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.

Record Information

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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i .,belng diverted to laltlmfter.
,use of the longshorabten
strike in New York, wa eh-
led to arrive in-aItore S
look this moeft to is-
,'erge passengeO, perishable
partg. employee' automobiles
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8eienty Zone residents who
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here tOmorrow night

ta. according to United Press
Officials of the non-striking,
lonshoremen's unioA announe-
o.tey were discussing with,
AfL teamuters an alliance that
COuM-bolor their fight azinst
the two.stae4 waterfront com
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1am W.'. Bkley, president of
their Inte.strnaltonal
Zjqhfhf nemn's Ahocatian told
a unikn'rally., "I2 can y no
more at this time."
A Supreme Court Justice heard
rmnt on applications for an
MInunion to forbid the work
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tb be Sprepred at of whichndre aodaiooty ca. :i
ma3ser to overt It to another.COWthe e
port for fueis.,r cases pending ganst the'
... ",nal C. s, eek to recover a t
"We hope itoes to a port of $1426,Q00 in damages.
w*ere there is Anmerican con- one of the eight cases.
sul,".on.officl attold reporter. 151.000 suit filed by t
Once the a oreg ry pa- Canal pglts who are asking J
pers.aewithd i-, the Kateri- Cc pay. overtime; holday-
na will not be to leave cey- oer ay they claim u' s
Ion unless t&a r tries to te 't S
make flly. of- Another is the suit of .n A-
fki .h f hi p edum;l,. merican tourist who w njur-.
w. .he i whl.e a passenger a Ca.
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reF y Gora opi orta et. n "l"" I o esl-r ome.n wc j-u
.ie neinfcni a.ho et wdaie g o"rP was mi f by s Tent- said wrre- I ured. .1 .... ,,
aup this nwn panrd Zone 5Caoo pto register their off- Motor tesn
wer.. e ab santbe x e d their r m tud e at being Lantic r ofl ll i

jo>b. dthe ;the gWonomc malaty of the Teesawi Mora le.- oa few IArse T hect cio P- A 1e nha t Jl
tbl whi ha alst a City, was admi to the hos re d oM al that th crib

Srpidly. Both cs have
Ea ag P a a Polio Victimshe n otr on. Represte o the (
Se e sbed the anal one neitheorgs. bt case t Cman B peace

Scommunity as staticc ad pre- hr to the announced b ts drive Richard Dyer, Director of co *
e. bu would decrease ton "C e ru ProspNew. yr o t ad r rtado

a, Paa alty, e ti r fo 8:" ,alo wt_. Gucaw on. decade r re ri v the tei grat
Tu -, Panamanian Cmmee. 'and in- authorlUe to be out- of danger a ft re SnSe this p-te
non -p.. lr the.rd____ll.
A ustries.nand respimding well 0 1g mto Areao c9 V...e.-in o
Inclu.eds h@ hundredsaratei temals.Wswblanes. ,. uORe to Polait sTwrawe
aHe a -gotrMa-t e ta y ar sari"m o
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: lhasa al. ost a City, was admitedtol the ho- n ae sand hu tn l Ml, sthattu
: 1 4ll1on, *hab1 *mtt and Is still Pitsl three days before Fowler. laneOUX.Items XV ICtml.Ire for the support of Gh e ela-
I nosedmanpnLfytk.polio, but is SdaseofUtheawlrntO e prest Catpaive of te- A31 sp eace
he He described the Cman Zone neither. Is Waccord- blo Road in it been a s icardIDytheeraneiinrector ofFrmt annI.inBoo-i e air- e _o
Community asstatic and pro- Ing to th hoIAnnounce!by C.-ud iresie "toRichard Dyer,lDtloas to o Cen tra l icasut.o tham t o i.
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waIn local Bato; Balboa M- Moriog WhIle..W~llpe and abot and k"lleo and 4 s 1 Civic Councils, loc morrow before lonvifg for Gus- threw a bomb at their
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as ittorio Vidall, veteran e .
YeaLrs ah s=. L k d yearn of t he Soviet's toughest-. udu* S -.i J, ,

ye cntibute e lter eon't be Impenent iI a dmn op er b o Wherev-er Vittorla Vidl h
aION cEAstro p TIe ad be en-e other as Command u er r-
,beHl l U ii. Ieterde fAIire woe, Ca rios Coatre rE, l a O
eIly Loete wuIefn emo in sctoinet b mnt or a the rr. ein per iant oufe balding

, bOTIC v A ioent death.

s of Cm iwl, Fort Clay torn and Albrook F ieldto., tlefect none .leA1 .*s .
some tyroon will soon be f ranted a monopoly on A thd l the i I 0re
dal Concession at all Army posts I am moved to assert Vidall wans ch sea ca e lthe r .
Sbeore. th# fire appears. Soviet industry e spl na and -
.On, there a re the follo wing.c0nae sloa sbep: a bo chief toda ust I n l et .
r, Barber, Hair Dressing ma Beauty Parlor Shoemaking, make d nastakes t. .gc
aklng,'Watch Repair. Radio Repair, etc., all operated and be trial 'to bim leste.t'o v
d by ndivlduals skilled in their particular trade who work President Elsenhower'ns ch a r I
by i -with their helpers. That these independent techfl- thit the Russians hpve .n-t e db .
w-soon be swallowed up by some financial monster with th y subversIon despite the "ip r- 1twaftld: (1) nar dAdyHr fs ttu a
g.g the Army authorities i concelvabl diturl, espe- it of Geneva. between s- s-you are not he
0ibehen it is considered that most of the conoinaires Vidall is baelclly In rested i
held their concession fUr many years. our shibpnlg,-electroanes, metal ,r te tp gMi
the rumo swell fouled, one might wel.ask what has mlln gate~ rant 5s d. ,9 t e to l at, Ctooi.c a -
S authority here in charge of granting in- ca nroyo lutr, whben, hS ha et- kr
ual concepons to a suddenly deviate from the good old Amr- rally nrs o r agent has been so u ul that other ns that the t
n custom and to cede all unrelated types of concession to one m eiread mn n -Ce i ii. con htoo eera fe ie od sl e bel the
B ion 'e-eee, tephnie. py a a- e a" w ge abo ut ever deuea s .o the e-----B
.e.... eersnties use hs kle as standard of a e ier. owevera after r
Long Time Concessionaie But he has been assigned to n-
smoke/of rum or iblow ng arA filtrate the new atom ic era i due- r s n st. e ov .
tries to which nionirm is still to dn't let it worry. y ,
come-omd which require terrific MUST LIKE JOB iGe rge. That guy is their lost
retrae. of American workers.. hll be a coltoel pn six inths
I o Ther e more about tr es. warring absolute dunces, evy tim
ar* mo re authi soo- re a Note-Maybe this is the nt .
INati l Beau DistlloerSho, Tg "JaguAr" wA ill ere n t
Ht s Ih a-ere riai e te likes b Petrie, ay- ghost" Ma yern eh
fjia "i ii /Vi,.d 4*L_-ladalinldwhoe matter -n is track down.. '
twei asti West EUW'3" mucrh, on.uu. "f be osn't. -
NOTICE will woor throuh the irvet' e g
Wor Re'ar._ ld Fwo earec, po rated,i, _.edethiomfrdUn'Ion
(wRftU, wpalatially lesated In S O U WK b*t. *a* h Steve Ter e
by I iBy order of the Board Dircar the Viea Ason r alp Soiet by- ld dus k h a ow teo m on m i,!y md as t yh
iftiarteeirohulpersoIONAThIatIt- Iese,-n-epnd,,,di-ath t t t of Austriae the eVi e -
Stookholders of NATIONAL DISTIL nose government Is e etad to The sielat art of bela a copy really learn while sufriu. Yea deeed d b named Joe Fits. t a poa er h oa
-awnra-oust tle Wut Udespte ls requant boy has nearly passed am ehad a daily chance to ok t herald taht me th me Bo Io ru tatd omse e a mssas u
th IS A. A. reA.hereby notified that a for oraseon to stao per mane tl. naewspper scene, ,lace the string.a when oRw I was nd and a visn e-a Renewe. 'or. 'o.a the .a. -'
SAustria does drive out the t reues and regulations of the The Waihn Daly News was p-mixer on the lobster to .er instruct the ur '.
special scqckholders' meeting will be WFTU, which set u shop there newspaper Guild have mobre orl thne Lstdoundr) hf reportrial A kt d gal named Kat i lyer, i nankidop erybody .
some years ago literi hder pro- less conMifl.d specific duties to Oliver Telating I eve ran o ater who was drama'e itioe. gave- ine elassqi Iesatfau. .
ru mries. at wel main offcoesm of the cor- iIteos oef So in th o e specific classes o workers, ndWe didn't fret an t.os. days aut the second-string plays-we ad e s1 sore because _wife burned.
._-s--r- d Il hotels, an I h lngma t eof an apprentce a $5-a-woee copy o cn two workg p playhouse then a he to. e hao walk the tlo l
pan located in Avenitda Bolivar, Pa- e witl out Rome o, the worke of a easier is is himself complex tl to fetching a Whshlgetiand more r less the all g ht with the baby.t m
.. land Parts or some other I a rg allowed. earryaing pet to n from Ulck t movies fiddle with O r let's se has a hanovt er.,
nama City, oh the 22nd day of Septpm- western city. IT the new era ha Before I define the definite art composmg room, or running out ly e l hel the un nin
Bu he ha5mt o tenet g.d these e teb of In co boring, id ike to say to col lt Iitfe and' akes, andv .ae all stu his hm for oenha p ar. We
ber, 15, at 4:00 p.m. for the frat folow W wil n up Iats h aer- a that at comem to mind because ndwiches and occ asionay apint. cotMn handle. Dick Ho nhe to
iItrs in Tries. I was oe myself, .e, but morel of inspiration for the deep thnk- lanet o e city Ieditor. and Effingsey a* hour p e n.
In purposes: However, Vid would prr to recently was talk to a rela- he t shoo m out As thins ahoe, so are
,I- "u iThaeve it elsewhere histe with lt tive y tongster named rt, In the there was muder n the aftrno l apt to go fe. w
~~~t.. ioWld be mer nsy letn who was e y her l He.ate as slhorta- e of repo-ter copy boys Phillips and Heal elandi ot Petrie hssin about ev esnt i

NOTICEwillone fine day, whr Audghe A, o
World.Fe n ,fnaglnlafance of a dUoifsoat romi was iCAn't
tw ltaylaa week aia a full staffer, they yotng punkswith= eogeiIe.
BoeotBn b; sew what the bell they were rgely through Clarence -
onre out of Alh eand some others I leaned how TUMUI o WAISTLINE
.THE SERETARY- AustersineM Cmmhnsrt y I was a copy boy on two apers to rea ks, whed n the stuff
have been working direct with also mang ,three for about seven months, told was ready stamped in lead from When USD.pdtmd Rep. Joseph Tq-
,fie nthe WFTU fes and a great man and I had the worst colle do- the Uiotypes. mutt sa ?New Jersey received
Out of these dsepssites came a friends. Bill started out e among my several fp a low.. I expect the News graduated "cA 'towel frim a c stthe, ,
aot ambitetious reorganatioi paste and hustih cokes tlea n was only an A. from the more people from copy-boyhood showing maa how to redu e, Tu.W
lan inc the setting up of reporters. I claim ,e coula a d University of North Carolina, but into high places then an other multy tew up his hands and e
SundercoSa e n 5- maie himself into a your we had gsys from thje Sorbonne, spce paper in the war d. You tlgbmedu "The only thing thtt will
wift real de rie on without the dct e anand Harvard and Yale, all hnust- were fired mercilessly if you help me I vanishing cream."..
.On July Vidall hspaeln the fg like crazywhen Polly Palmer couldn't d o three or four jobs well. Rep. A.e B. "Gus" Ke.lls |b
re of conferences in home h d i eored. One copy boy was so I was the o 1st candidate for a low the cha@ dad o Congress, with
city. This time there were experts The l-Copy Boys of th ay se h lived at the Wardnan- rung sports job, because Rocks nine ,ir but ip. Charles
on Western Hem lsfphre labor. ihav a certain pride of a evhe. r iesotel and dr ove to work in hated she salesmen, wahc. he Boyle Ot bOi runs a close bse-
Comies s Pero n, as wiell about. To be a copy boy t he hi when Rocky Riley But these who stuck learned and man Rp. Torbert MacDonal of
locate Nw or In Aveid BoaPsa Francisco. as low aos you ctan start b yel fm other end of the e they're mostly all the way url top Massachusetts, former Harvard.
Names of some presenthare Isa the journalistic totem polw 'dto rit On. today This iAs running too long; football eaptasn who gave up a
kro D ech, Rivadeo and Dibillo- double decade ago, yo ould perpetually dIsgruntled, now- I'd ike to take it up aga soon. promising as a baseball

men g named F .- k e wit thae Newo rk a Bn-
wster.i p x e eras hl Beor -I"" itchr wteth oeie ofw or Yr anw-

i ily~i.. m, j Wateri W nc hell In New Y orkl "
aaos-ii whoe, beten li vn gi d. a -u stS u i. Confess. Srein.
tena for some ie and ae-n thAmeri- mcinder casn.andwoinccio iP ew teo e woeo s aer fotbal

sThey dic ousse t IN .o l t Ra Leo Aklen of-Ilnois starred
tlons In the WestnI rWes. oof ebutmoeof N rt intfr the deep -fire gtthebe.cityGo dior.Brode, a lan-the=gidiwo n at cplian U
honavetelsewthe esohist itCeyns.tepredeBil rs theboal- -- e varsity .sitifhrewsoam. ree n eorerPeearg
TuyibefedVirciw awho w rs Ma i About p w A newly.w a eded hit songwriter over dPilia .d .H.. When GiolumA$t ri e 4' s" .et e i
can'let conof-idce hisuother-in-worPettheaa, .. Il i 'e er. o of Oi ser yu h i g .. ..
noC m lat toen hof Nt de o e.mNlte. ad c han kr. d soap --d f ir b..Ltt amGe meo For Brke, a rland, whmo go ei wieh a ,, .

Irsad W i K. Las t ssteandasw are wr Cth hot "molm pl e d t o p u re sntifl, an anof v e lectin hm

nor m ml t ar* e pro basbaln-o-- Rev"Brc "t oW, ....... .. Ther ne_ __o e_ _d al ta
.ntewh et gt e prueesdt othe ut o the abrlu angout uhed frcvee u leste ameint aor a a e or
lmciwllie inth t ss Tlee.adty TC e M i. wc e map laneTorh e. rt .. e;_l _-' I

Sv ietaadwekde u lyu ilstahi _h oy ad-ag ncy name. r i es.-. chapla-- wryly( ofes ht his ...
Theine oed sth ea derbt esecase Evwhry chit-ehatter .yum h pre: "w hite Lps Tremblng" mos dstiv en
ie liked nearly every famed dofn thee urrenttfavorte.(Submiteyour.esd-h-w... .. .

mlitaee d Is siJ- from Dietoi's ne Truman with his plesase)a.... oocaus are abuzl -
THE S.ETAAu ooilAster Roy M,'Cohn reconwere baes .y But no onle Ts oreaks, wao tose a talenltheds
the l mt od fines owlanddaegreatce and P.nd Ihad theiwostthalenteetered dancing t he nmt
outoftheme.sesiout samea an beanut. y C Bo Mee. sgan W yh sealho. wpsewtorm a ,show llmi-..
mIs t "mio" arto IaI DEt ndulgPsinesswa ...yan A. B.--ro...he as topledfro pthoo he wasN w eu,.
nof ,debun icg a eport tho m wivhrsihwfeNoathenCt Mol e aia. Res hna -,h_ h,,
mdon.of tr. WrsI a.C hief bainth aer no bems Watosher." ai Hture hshreowncilaed can theaonyihing Gthat -
'II lthe- fa t. t ated aaY her neow beaumane.., motheete is with theme .... Arllen l
wasneJ t eah Jm D4M 'o's new doll t Gcopy ins or was ikey Mly n by almct. at d ,I.owe.
-eo RMns. obpwsovreO c -lt a t aerowi11tirtcm I!l, W I

cTiste Coemnst wrelab Rome. hell be Italy'sided to return t Aeadar.... un A gPw.serbeath cnp -." ,
wher trksla Li lnHolmes (hel ire to the Flech- excIting Tin Paa Ale csaortiee, nowh denat arepoter. ae iad.'
..s :M n i l Dip .MCeSs .a ( .P) eIso bar ie w furious scene. ,Janet eigh -l navr

oanelg Monrie. Ea her long layoff, is, ,sa L footballa blew
II of 1. som aer blarpabtse ehige ca; ,he Pubcists .uild ,,i

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tBare tor. o tre Gsein navy doubga door can. bote #romtA e I

butlust helars ad% shourEof (stonkdalry here abandied-it
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of history 6 the Ger man aavy kag-ak bottle from theto
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PPre at WW wett of
the= resolved

a d a. a =I of several
There 611, I hbo"from
d' di countries ho at-
George Nadi.
At asW conference Aug.
21, for s d and settling
problems of ratimonal status
affecting sewral unite -of the
scout movement, Georue (who
compiled a eomprehenalve docu-
ment .overint the activities of
the Local Counacl from its iuau-
Ruration In 1947), presented the
local conll'o case for interna-
tional status, which has been
SsnVJ pending for ouite a long time.
.i.... He- hba the support( of such
distinguished men a Maj. Gen.
D. C. 81iry. director Bov Scnits
. ,, Internitlnnal Bureau, London:
42A Col. 0. K. 81mmons. xecietive
commissioner for administration,
Boy Scouts AswvJation, Canada:
W. Arthur McKennv. assistant
w S'S to the Chief Scout executive,
I Boy Scouts of America. and oth-
f l era in his presentation to the
O council's case.
George aid he had every rea-
an son to bplleve that i settlement
R "of the 'fnturnationpIta1 tiq of
WtNhe Lical CoUncil f. the Inter-
national By weo"'E 'of the Ca-
AL.I. V nal. Zone would be sautsrltory
L v't tho l 9 loascoakorganimlaton.

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"A public s*imihg pool can be
spoiled for everyone if just a
few swimmers start acting row-
fly, divin' without waiting for
other swimmers to get out of
their way, monopolizing the div-
ing board, yelling and splashing
everyone neor them.
Good manners in a swimming
Pool, IUk9 good manners any-
where else, are based on ese-
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Wr ymou viewing attention on Sun-
s ght. For years Ed SalIvau
a Coalgate Comedy Heaour
ve .competed for the 8-9 p. m.
audience. Now, however, ABC-TV
I getting Into the act, and with
pretty potent plan, too.
ei=i Sep.L l. they'll pre-

t f Airhnur lank movies.
r 7:30 on. The diabolical plot
course, is to get you watching
S7:30 and hope you'll be so en-
edby you'll stay tuned. Aft-"-. W
With ood films, this could b.ap- ju, mim ei
The first three movies schd- *
are ames aue in "Odd
SOut," Sewrt Granger and spelty et.s and maheo even a
Sia 8blmu in "Adam and di girage.
velyn" and Rex Harrison and
Palmer in "Notorious Gentle- EVE A DEN ("Our Miss
." Brooks," CBS-RadJo): What's
S wrung with these eggs?
A W FAST FACTS: evlon, Mrs. Davis: Nothin. They're
:oor of "The $f,000 Question," powdered eggs and the grocer
shly attempting to tamper said we'd never be able to tell
the format of that biggest hit them from the genuine article,
Si .,. TV star Jack Sterlin Eve Ardea. He's right They
v' eIting la his own radio and taste just like real. powder.
station In the mid-west .
ud Fl couldn't find a girl "We'll have a complete show,"
Splay a Koren heroine opposite he says.
aymond Massey in his "I Spy" He's dong it for two very good
Ses. They caued the UN and reasons. First, he things young,
ast a secretary to the Korean performers too often have no-
legation Lisa Kirk's supper where to get experience. New
lub act has so impressed booKer singers, for instance, must either
lliam Morris that he s assigned ng with a group or work' for
w, writers to prepare a TV show years trying to get a hit record.
r hers. Julle Wilson, now And if they do have a hit record
leading the show at the Copa is and suddenly get big night-club
king her debut there-as a iea- offers they haven't the experience
S red act But she started her to headline a show.
career there as a chorus girl. With Williams' group, "a young
---- singer will do the two numbers he
S Exit BUy Williams' Quartet. can do best, san then get off stage
nter Biy Williams and His quick." He won't have to carry a
e' tet. A is only a wB show, but he'll be getting valuable
S atton. Before he's through, shw experience and buidinhis name.
lliams will be heading up a show 't get the Mea, t gh, that
t iness battalion. Billy Is strictly a philanthropist.
The high-pitched tenor who has He is lna that.he, himself
o be of the biggest at- will "ore and more do less ad
ati h naght clubs has aom, e Me as elagr. nrdually, hell
i ntrentig Ideaa n his slf ease out of the act until, when
Mostly, hg begun to putthem hes 45 or so, he'll be ust the
A e, hd is why he'.ad d nme at the top aud the manger
mo toahla BcLac NW:. of S" p .shows "- "I don't want to be a has-been,"

Swshil m a night-club owner Meanwhile, the Williams voice-
l y ,ONo act" &ue S BUilly one of the moft distinctive in show
m andgml "Bls Octet-and gets business-continues to pack them
i e',te-haow. These nine guys in. Listen to his new record,
sh wee y Itm nt "Learning to Love," on Coral. He
ate package, says his falsetto styling stems
) -_w_ I. add girls, from his background.
- in "I'm a Texas boy," Billy says.



from me regularly, dent worry-I
but if yeou don't, do something
Lewis reports a strange event. A
Bowery derelict, whom everyone
thought was paenUis Was found
dead in his squalid furnished.
,oom. Inside the mattress, the po-
lice didn't find a dime..

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20 Boy
21 Observe
22 Greek letter
28 Charger
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6 Garden tool
7 Compass point
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10 Carnivorous 27 Distinct part stature
mammal 28 Tardy 44 Cry of
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parts 31 Persian fairy 45 Ireland
19 Conducted 37 Delicate 47 Mr. Lugos
20 Tree fluid 38 Bitter vetch 48 Shakespearean
23 Story 39 Sped king
28 Petty quarrel 40 Biblical 49 Essential being
24 Weary mountain 81 PWched
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PPMlos tothe new easet*were2
Initiated several mont 'tti
the. Fort Clayton Youth coun-
cll, which sought a wayto untl-
lv and strengthen youth activi-1
ties at Fort Clayton.
It warn decided that one build-
Ing should be made available to
all the vaous Indepenident
groups, in whict each organiza-
tlon would have Its permanent
headuarters room. Included are
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and relax r. : a dre' world tohe| I ltlon to the dances Lu.
ande relax*;wrdhtr.or
Nixon spoke to the C P ai same d of world I was living cho axa will entertain at
men behind closed doofs and theIlin when the four playings h ap- the orgn a4 Eric the Balloon
gave reporters a fill .m on thepeaed. They were a wonderful Man will show his tricks. The
session family. I made uf my m ind I brunch dance at El Panama
He said he told the Reublican would never say another word. I beglh at 11:30 am. and usually
leaders they had an "unbeatabadecided I would play I cound notlasts until 3:30 p.rm.
case to seUll" in the 1956 election- jhea.. e (Mercurio)
tthe im sense ppplirt0" of the
Prde'and te' enomic con- -- -. f
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mwere n er before. He 'said for
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PROFESS NAL FOR SALE:- 1953 tudebeker
.two-door hardtept R i ed, red
S CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC leather uphobtery. whiie idql.
S .... ri/ wlls, 19.000 mies $1500. Tol.
DENTAL- MEDICAL 22583. Telleaxter.
'D. C. F bres Dr.. Avile Jr. FOR SALI:-1950 Chevrelet 4-
SD.D t. (Geortown Universty) M.D. door Deluxe. 5 new tires and
vU (4th of Jul) Ave. 31A24 tubes. excellent shape. Zone 2-
l (sppos l rl -ound) 4475.
eO. -MIF SALE: 1952 HilIlman

FOR SAL-LI-E-W den helt
drawers (clhsd o chst); two
Q.M. metall arrl hin. 3-
213, Curundv Htr.
FOR SALE: Two Innesprinl
mattresses shI $7 .; two
single Lbd, 0x 75. trundle
styl, w/o mstres, ideel for
Imall room $20 pair. Hous
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chled. 119,126 Cellslotwdlem-
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Bi wik he ame-epted up to aON
September 16 for pinatil, he
exterior of the Ameriae L4s
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r Cnvertibl. Ras.moebl filome. FOR SALE: Whlirlpl utW- .(Mlrkso). AwlfFOR N v" itfl s o DA;two- r'A. ZJ. 6l d u i
515 down. 0254 C amboe, matic washing mehlin, 0O-cy.- LE at te Am4-17," te
RET IR EM ENT, LIFE "44" ""',"i. ..- 1l
RE E C BTBEMENT LIFE Phone 6-22.c.. almot 5 W12-42sd ek.. Pena a. r .y. L RR 22
In Slates. y* d ets. Tl- Opn to 7 p.m.
I DUCATION INSURANCE FR L:- Oldsmoble- phone 87-3105, F SALE-Gre M m' T -
DUCATION IH 91 Holiday. hydremtle, rda FOR SALE.---et D@ FOR. Itl, .' "-' N
SJIM RIDGE dty p. -413. $- niture: 2 dnin te C ; Ias i l
,rdy. metal sideboard $9; metal dek. W RESORTS .. ,e.
Iphe panama P 2-_ _5;- 3 ;bembo blndsL, ai for.$4; FOR SALls-B leCe" Lpan- fist MON., N m. $ WOi RloU MtlLE desire e- API
1 FOR ALE:-195I0 Frd Sedn petted plant. House 176.- P. fti pl. llted. O ad' Shrels fm Ished ea qW ot (evemb.
4-der, excellent nditin. gd dre Miguel. Mal- n le ft. R. P. at o t al ch atSo Clowe.. TlpA L ._l m"al 2-446. p
| ;-d"etires, rede $540. Phone /Ha 1 B, n seb lt 1-A Lee Rie, ael I'I Pa-'ue Lij I- Thompo. alba 1772. Wai .-amone drrldn
welld m happyo" o'autful Hollywood twin beds, FOSTER' COTAG. One mile pre.ih.m.tOwe--l
UAp we ad ha FORSALE--e..d 1949 Cadil.- cmplte; Itn aoasp; FOSAI"t .. ,, I FOR SALto T:-Ull~l a A onme slr 2370. House 5
S r ORACTO I '- ble radio. white- 6' rose rug; dropleaf table $15; lroge metl( diMa libL bedtM d*l t. A .______ A ..
CHI (|R well tires, electric ventilotion. 4 cairs; small writing desk with 11 v 10; CashrI go as.le conMaSnVPL Oc CoH^ peri
Mes .L oi etBACh e windowlifs. ther oextrns. char nd other household item. te0. 'I?' gl u C ear er. 43PO s .de UCAoaTCes
J r.,T-3UI. $1175. Ph e 831.6230. All in good condition. House meoe 24 -.. b di- i l FOR RT* 0 O PNa ue1 1m 37 riCa..- WTD .
IT Phone i $'1"- I-0. IhSe; WANTED .
e k boh a510-A Curando Heights. Phone e 25-534. m Apar1t8ne.
7 8m.fFOR SALE: P Cean4 pane. Phone .Ddur-iApartmeipts
S.SArm nny Admn is Error t e 3c-2. ... aop eo-s -- office CrFOR RENT WANTEDO RNT:-.
TRAFSBAXTER. A. FOR SALE:-- Household furma le. Cel Panqem 2.1130. 5r13fbm pr nt r hm .A
Maven t, lf urf. refrigerator and lots cheep.t r
S2.4I2 2Branding Of Apply 17h tret Ne. 3, Rio FOR SAL:-W lf Houd pup- FOR RENT ud m l= busim. die
IFOR SALI:-Llving room set, star. at- thee lapse @nomse two uv timp.
1 N Bit.. L Mkhiga Prof b a b.thr om wih, hotaneco -ld- 2 3we-- -- -
aid ng & I DMIN c lasseslpieces; -b ad..... -.. ..nable.... s, ,,.. ....' .. .-
i Ju1mplasses del pieceAHd.o eps. )- yth bd. Reesabl F'" OR RENT:-Fumishei m to ter. rge patimad's quarters o Buy
_NOP PANAMA CANAL COMPAY couple or responsible single prm- with both. Reant$150. Address: onted to Buy
W bB ,y *m-. The Armde admitted toodayit FOR SALE:- Weatimnhous r, WILL HOL AUCTIM so. 45th DaeM H.. 2-7 ,le. 52d Street, No. iS key avai l-
amade "*latake" in accusing a fr -rea 25-c le $50. Phse The Paime Cnil topY --- -- .;ble at Zn StrNt Nse IT. WANTEs TO PBatY--O- e1* aFOl
S" .Michigan profeom r of suppr ort.- Clr on 4.110 ding du l $. will effer o els pubuI uc- PERSONAqLS .n n3, C.o .l 2-o .t-
o. i lig a CotmuntI -front orgiil- C nd". 511 t*n 2 142 lets of hsehmeld fur- n-- .o. lg, r ;00.
nation which he actually helped r iu ur is. office uppi, 1941' FOR RENT.- Unfurnish.ed ct- 00. .3
rtin off th6 campus. NW You can chnev your Plymoutlh Cope. Kodak seen MISS HARNETT'S CHA RtM tgo: 3 bedrooms maid's rooam.
eld*raturue for broad newt Camerasand ather missaeavs SCHOOL is new fofnl Noew res dqne, $70. Blb r 1666.FONT
Army lSeiietary Wilberr it. MIDown_ wn -- N Co-signer items ta rtin 9 ... Setu- losses for hsewives.-ICBnes e dI
Sorucker epre odr hi r. Irm ediete Ory. On ly da SeptSe 0 1 e elp Wanted Maeneu Us.
to the profesor, Dr. Alfred H. Building No. 42 of Seely ""I imitd to6:rdn, o nlyI, This. -'-
CASA.DELTORN1LLO Kelly, who teaches history at HOUS EH6LP BCHANGE cn f the DivSi.3les. of S, ehuses course WANTEha
S ... tWayne Universityonatl eoffryoe- Io O amazing fural--eto.1pd. ...... f r plFo fortheh-WAr N ED i peo fh l de"f:w .6 !_O i
a.Brucker also disclosedtur trde d oDetill ed formr atn al mlabl d 2-4139or" m'wrk, laundry. e -alet Te.
-1 P -"taking steps to Improve c; A E. N4Sano. I.4 10.n Ieabnive P uet PPN m dron., Liv In. 545-A Diabll ,
Army procedures" dealing witfh -- n pOm O.ten lm.a.f, .I .
-for a co pipto Uneacry a n a FOR SALE:A-Seri alL

So county ar nv h se .g an l re ree tl d ecre. Calle
inC porws and Communist charged againstnAr- C o hpnw7l s$0;i nI5 ae" s sx bolt
e Army personnel. e gavert r $702 Gembe.
tans corbr nd s6-22u.r r Scrneto Arrests *l
oA -0th4 display fdr the @@notilopilboe
was accused An onof ooo ta e t h BitVndors

o F ewill bFu a A n abpn. l od rhr I orf selrt eaen o. the Indusrtral a b rea ad tlef on 1the Slel nu .
e norml still o affect the Wamr e. hAl o. WrailFl nORSALEolve nhe, er,.

und erwsA t vmTtenst .er- On Aug. 29 elly denied be-demBo onand O. emoval of nDeaCt0 al, o,,.-s arr,;t. R en P-e..t
Icn n ClubV. I S~o A d l fou a s te bo m i a re the Coro ar bLr ood, talneo.s d e Call

ddit ht M l ~ e a l a c s m lio. o sa .t s were noe3t d3742.e ,
Pr~ Army ied aed

ai f y S ts a p contributor and supp oraterl d s f- s hesoit h Sec reta cArres ts wr
iivral amersuA doo secl nYout ve s ir dp 'e .oThe names of the six beolite-
Awdilal bedance inthretatlon amertinatdr iuthe foro u isf bythe PiMroauCan callC% for the o-

S.eGaye apl nd allegations a ahS anf o rdtransfer of the Maintenance 6 Bolita Vendors
er a will be ot e of the Waxwer of dH rt. Wer was Divisio n operations and offices

fe'of the floor show toabe dnied an honorab"- discharge from thea. present location on Melo ers of e the secret Police

tomo rrow night during from the Army earlier ti h year Cro the removetan Ancon to 0new last night -P.nst- six "bolita"
n add~lof Fun sponsored by for securiteo my minds. never in t he Industrial Area t vendors n a rai d -on one o if the "

Un a st No. 1, American Legion Au- in. Balboa. head ters of the aily nur. e
maThe Army refused to heh nof of llwbersN aket operating in Pana-

o ot a the "mistake" about KlF o Dk would Tn M/t Jose M C Btry 504th FI Arlrye move, announced recently ma City. .

Sminformal it l will get affect the Wa o rhr ca. by th THE E RoeL. will I olve the otK
underwa a In the Am- On Aug. 29 Kelly denied be- o a an-nd removal of nine One re so xe Cowas re as, .n, ".
SLego Club Fat AmAdor. ae ent wal of thmmittee n- buildings wor. n the C o Yard actuallr ny veerated.c etresil -

I th usiablo Heria'ss thealudg theo w. sels on ethe proee w e odemonslitionrated ofser i eeon IxIllsnubri
u tha1 Sees Lcnad supported the or- blh l t
he Anson Yard. uud on higon fflS ia were "Or e o-.ation. nas"te.he said, hREo a The names of the ix "bolite-
whadInvestigated tblloeohe R triv-
adrl bI ivetiaed tohe druprtt ,Theproject also calls for the ros" were not releasedbutPo
wFi l tedin e e '- athe direction of Wayne eWv alterations and repair of build- lice said one Is believed to be
un a p iadr aneducation ad off the in g at and 10 whch are to be cket. The
io A_ u .Kelly also told the Senate e- sion In the Industrial areapandtive1 TI9onWest1thSteeenyei
ni~aever nsCommunist e 'an dthe removal o fs al imoi tL D. D. DICKSON, executive ote 334 Infantry Regiment. Fort Kioble. prasests, eertiflatea
In a 19, am ter-
atiMinneerbee aU CoUmymiu nist ran Ti oawihe lhou sere fheachiveMetfor meritorious svinormed duA reparation for "JunJ
4.21 will MantnaceDivwm sho n WMv olt s 14recent training exercise conducted at U.S. Army Car al Jungle Wfare O
to r sa II n formalth-iocaort Sherman. Receiving certlficatta, from left to right, are: Pfc. Howal 07h
statement t h ataS e wluof t h fel dR a d a pd it I
oii"lead to.A tk, K0tdIasAa storethata reviewaof*the fleodur co sitited it hon. Kote: Dikson; 1/Sgt. Jose M. Rosado, C. Btry, 504th Fild Artillery, Fort Kobbe; 1 1 .
tifloufor show IWO O(i0 t "Bf aeaaCnovtacd Me that amis- over for the Maintenance Dii.. that were wate ed with S*#ith J. Miller1 7437 AUFort Sherman and Capt. Thomas A. Murphy, I Co., Pbrt Kobbi.
,smes Cottto, auitb nr y take has belenmade." Hen ad 6 sion packing and crating shop, wording to DoFowler (Of the ()
utist Lilly St.'Peel. diats withdrawal of the offend- public works. who -actually vene d- t t. '
ad ikth -tq festival include ip B Rids on the project will be oa onsred th affecto
m tiket t Cost ica. Expoermt h a a rat 0 Sept.20 In the Aee teetot tSortViolent fr lakres
ewer Items'WorthdF9 Administratin pilly broughtoefiti I* jars of
enI L 4.u the f estival is5 Sees License Curb 11

Mae reddo RELEASE *AU Orer Frann ce
alfe hatched, r.0 licenses Ison theW way. P E NTHER PEAT strife flared across France today
asilag to a prediction by with numerous walkouts and
i oarles B. Green, instruction of PERFORMANCE. TODAY AT THE "CENTAL lockouts called at key factories
driver education and training at and shipyards.
d UCLA. i "Ti IL PT UilPT. i' PTMN me flare uphas been devei- Iii



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The number of vehicles on Amer.
lean highways, he pointed out, has
more than doubled since 1939,
from 2,000,000 to 56,00 0 and
he finds it difficult to believe
tbUt the most ambitious road-
buidl program can keep up
with tt rate of growth.
Greeo also believes that a seri-
vua ap In driver eduestion is a
ek qf stadardisatimn.
"Yo. can't teach everybody a
diffeeoet set of rules," he said,
"and then expect them not to rn
into etch other."

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role of a native |
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opl !i ince viblent strikes at St.
Narare and "Albi last monrn
and Communists, led by their o
dally L'Humanite. have beeb I
satok g the fires of social unrest |
for many weeks. I.
Principal flash point today
was at Nantes where the local
Manufacturers syndicate decid-
ed to stage a turn-about action
'this morning by locking out
workers from factories.
Ma ilin shops and naval
equipment factoriesare the
chief industries at N ntes.
?NnW was the majl r lockout
oi, but reports of sIke acr
ted for this morning
cam In from Brest. Auxerreg, t
L w. LUle, E tienne. Dun.
hI Havre, Montelimar and
u es hit were
ibl3g, i ,od metal works. .

... ...tions, Catbben AreaAm
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-ersity Daily Hei. H. P. Ddrive chai
daily college news.1 of.* a e d condu
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bk Setr (w ianit desirds
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aed j guodet e epdilMd'
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related field, UMed Statem
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ANTIC:-,y ewelry *re..
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. No. 26-5 Cntrl Avenue
ilMleo). Phone 2-2502.


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Sfire, $260.Call Critobel

151 Ownamo 0
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Full Prioo tW,050.00
Down S '386.0AD

Full Price $425.00
Down $142.00

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4eit lagtwi ys shortly
I fUNnest m m t.i m.. when .".. warn A"e*"- 4 Mr B w. near
Sd "Bob Sh w g, he id on a wer The
S- ." "No kiddi e friend rwy it .be out lawed
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BMWi*. e -tt ute' asa "Bob Me. WAS ,s. hea a r lda tgv .. Mien ..r ise l
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SOKais er6 c"The Dyon tory,"
k.h ing "whea t.i Lm2order ctargs
U case w at aosiya te e a e i hF 11 out i n a C ir y restaurant stw

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- t- h owan a t.t carol s as te x ah e e thentied. to Duin t lI Vari-ne
wLo, k .ekere ,a.thne 't ineDavies a scene in which t y o U ns N u, '

Mea a r aY It S* Spencer vhurclll, arrt-nepb-
h yog cscsh e wa Goodman, at the age of 10. first .

diorcee the lost o n his chenLd
But e wasall ile as he l begis studying the clarinet
e a r ,In that. sequenceDirectoroW
heco- .rtro o. n ,afid e .m.. t Davies told him. rI want you to
ie you won," said the. HOLLYWOO, r. wiiy W hauled Into Wt
t,~, ba e -Thu.b.. d V tcer Joelik :The Cheber-butleade dedi- a DOn M trate' Co it with

Lo ta. .. .6"e was avery cUtie-g ,song to Davy Crockett strike brunette wiet thn,
usef a oif the obeiner is Benny G an.pther hapar ltment tn Keigton.
Sign chalked on a wall of a local Hollywood husband omplla g ew o the. l O .pritent ers-
., A l ,, ,r Hoaen about his wife and his year t, J cout but Chu l said rue
high school used or l old daughter, who t a Davy Chue n fasNionj yesterday
sees ndcer t hi nescreeew versonoof the outside ta t thee had been -
B a Fe studio a Day he tarted work bt of a bother o tde our
p._h. r.aa .,-,ke tePrimoe "M.uh r Atol oy Er ln'se
aS to o S t I.OLL.WOOt, Mrs. We, wa'ulh dInt oWertae-
a q -* ",h-sband, VR- Jones:,The Cheerleaders are deal- don Mo4isttrate's Coat with his
V 'as a. w". ashe av eating sWong to Dai Crockett's st ,g brunette wit ath
~otanal fellow. He would agent: t1e, "Your ess is Your following,.an ineldent o. de
m kn his arms hold-me -m Fotue."t .. .t.apr tt i een tW i
,J, ,, --H Jay Barney tells about the pro- given courtW -but ChUrchil said|
ducer "Whoput his nephew on theloutside that "there had been ZO
ba nstudiSpayroll Day he started work bit of a bother outlde our
&' the -arelatv asked the"Producer, houm The Police word-called

... ". a. w c on the back i Well,U h 'i red .un.e, .",Teite t enaet o Hligh street Sts
,wha t'se-. d just don't ma t public that Wei c w ,as zth i
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onstrate4 dfor the At time as Eugenia French tIks tq-.and
watches-Field Engineer Tom French. Tho devief, which could
make telephone answering' an embarrassing experience, gives
both caller and receiver a 10-in6h screen view of the person on
the other end of the line. The TV camera is in the upper left-
hand corner of the unit, which was shown at a western electronics
show and convention in San Franclsco by Bell Telephone and*
Kay Laboratogies of San Diego.- Kay ofcialte predict the video-
phone will'be used first In Industry, then in homes. .


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Farm storage facility and farm
toree equipment lOa j.rogramis
have been extended bW the api-
culttua- department for another
year, through June 30, 1..

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starts tomorrow and ending Monday, the I th anaiver-
of the Psnamanisn Province of Cocle will be observed In
vteula capital of Penenome,.
ident Reado Arias will be the chief guest of honor at
e fetivitia3 to be presided over by beautiful Mary 3-
It i ; I QuroL h wSill Be crowned by Mis'Eilb0 M1el a llok.
wh as Miss Panama of 1952Z tbok part in the Mis Universe
eotesin Caldifornia.
Amon1 the princesses attending the queer will be Miss
Lea Fogarty of Agudnlce.
Formed in 5I3, the Province of kill in both designing and render-
Code took its name from that of ing object of gold..
the pre-Colombian tribes of Co- Display of the Conte family cal.
lei lndiAns. Many of the most in. election of gol ad artifact pot -
t ereting archaeological artnifactstery will be among the highlight
found in Panama were fashioned of the three-day public fair and
by these tribes. Their Codcle cul- exhibitions.
thre is particularly notable l o r Agricultural and livestock exhi-



will resume classes October 3 at Balboa Y.M.C.P

legisatr Saturday, Sept. 10 from 9:00 to 11:00 a :n.
at uldeneenee 714-A, Las Cruces Street, Balboa
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This dance will hbe
Ago. 134, A ram unds.
ox nm national movies and calered ,

i tow b r id ah M t lm2
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bits.wat include a 4-8 C b e g0s "1W

he pri U l JTr., newly d e atd ma
Yon t? : i mla to aq. Vatian, who ir vool
Mes r iat a F reaidet Arias will ee thae or odge.;
t.a to h upme is an', .a c The Abassaor o Sphin and
of Industryen aI Jrrce g a, Conewa ded Raua& I.trtan-
respo V. tonight t with
y gn se r. K a dinner a.aa rs
Tomlorow's audturalP e O'a. Adolfo Arias, i.
tes.W 'be ol4owaby the 'e sd -- ,
of the a a, ative d-q o. Ar Suday t aa
the..jpance.e,'Somr 100 Za ^rs."N i .bWsa .- AtJWB3f"g .
part &pang. wl'. .ear paivtea .v e1_e The mmn f Orchestra Dance,
costUmes fashlonedof, three-bark h orlAdo. A~ras Xslp.0 t Pa- usually het' t* last Sunday of
and topped by animal head. na.a Clty bisfessll K_ ha. the month, has beeN scheduled for
A gasl will follow t'eA served Vious tpo ai pt Sunday, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00
crowning of the Queen. has been amead AmaaBdoa to p.m. at the USO-JWB A r e d
On Sunday- special passes will the Holy Sose, aeo r*ga ofi- Forces Service Center,
be said hi the various province cal anoaycem.stiy nn s 'Af
churches,, icldhitg a high m ab The oe o DrAolfo a and l Featured will be tt music and
and teiouat thehistoric church Mrs, a ela t i i entertainment of "Blue Grass Er-
on the owCalf 7ftat, just off '* a i ed antr wi Met ,Vne
Pan Ameprlian-hlghwav. ofIwelom er an octpr.rbt'and ro. r
of Americans, lnclndlang pe p .hiivbae- been favorably re- Dqcoratlous, capdleUght itto-
statoned a Panama d .tii eer f. bo.ute oaata anf d etsphe re and refreshmltents al add
World 'Wf.r .'.Mi, .nfll.wte e se Ckb me. ,i '... to the please, e of tr: e eya00ng. In.
restoration o tf s .ediice'. w*ich aIsr.-M.n n'takes active Inter- citations have been sa.g to the
was.cumbui-ng'to ruin a i the e r- eslt h loe dHeam t and h play- young ladies of the UW.O JWB
ly 1940s. It isn said to be the o.'a ed JeadIni part* a .many showss Club.
eat Christian church In the Amer- putop by the Theater build, the Sponsors 'for the dance ar-:
icas. late Circle Theater and o t h e r Capt. e i andH Mrs. bam We1 i.
A special program of welcome groups. baum of Fort obbe, and Mrs.
had been planned in PenonoVe for A graduate of Stanford Univerali- Zeiaig Blumberg of Cuutdu and
the Papal Nuncio to Panama Mon. ty in California with a degree of Mr. and Mrs. William .Homs of
isenor Paul Berner. Bachelor -di Arts, he took. bis pre- Gambo.
On Sunday also there will be paratory work at the La Saell e --- .i -
agricultural contests, sports eI- School in Panama and th erGorge-1 (Cai.nued oMr Fa.r ))

dreamed I went dancing

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o w anug ae- hugI See how
"..t lifts me, how4ts.aamzing-ontour band
curves up, up... giving me perfect separation,
a young and naturally beautiful silhouette! It's the
bra for glomorous,' bare-shouldered
fashions...ond I feel like a dream when I wear,
it I In white.4mbroidered br oadioth.

Moldenform bras In all fine shop. There is o Moidenform.
for every type of figure. Genuine Moadenform
brassieres ore mode only in the United States of Ameria.

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nBti would
ity ll~craW te.
Mra. Silver's qctusl aret If her
at promlcb to nPie 'er
aS for a hei mon -
lD h said hd acted boo
laciN of cooperatiloI" froin s
ftIvsr family.
'"I had to protect the puhb
Intera and porrv this cat
DAh said.
Mrs. Silver was with her IM-
year-old daughter, Mr. Dort
Jtes SBlver Ostrelcher on Ate.
4 when she died In the Noth
Plladelphla apartment of Mr.
and Mrs. Illtoa Schwartm.
But police have been unable
to question br because her
plhyiclan saidd .he ha been. ot
a' tate of "beaekvement shock"
itne the grl's death, two
mt.-rs after Ud elopement with
a Mlami Beach m torcycle po-
Dash said he' ated after an
Impasse with Morris Woi?, SIl-
ver family attorph, over an of-
fer for Dash and his assistant to
visit Mrs. Silver and determine
whether she Is In condition to
be questioned.
Dash said he Informed Wolf
he would accept the offer only
If he were prmittedtobring a-
lone' a staff pehlatri because
"I cannot judge medically." Wolf
refused the request.
Dr. Abraham N. O r ustee,


If your thi s t im rar and Msu
ftom Coughing ,"t ago .. .et
ukluey'*s Canaaot Mztur i bt
away. Pour yourself a spoaNfu of
ths special medication ... hObd t
In your mouth a linate ... the
lowly swallow It. red it spead
down your throat.. bma)ki up
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in ... mootA .lta proiteU
bams... 0 1
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m"**? "te~eovr 0So' You 4p1 th low
?'-Hrbert M, beia,

But s ets "tlt

t ,, B ut ingl Orss t lk
Sone o a the moment your t e ts"
youh Schwartz unless he wax bor. e they will ztl0 md
Sand glad to be where Jhey, aTe.
STh, vouth had been lsqIjng You halB the .en. WOn ieat.v
fronm his s er job bro"a drug together and leave the woman
Stote qad detective said they themselves.
were atkonus to questioK hiA. YoU home your wome4
lst they emphanted ne wasnot will remember tat .1i p iI
a slUspect. "-present and talk. aboulomt'o
S "* __._ I besides,a their a renm e, __-
d what they are ding to their
lora ro Tl I Ihouses, and their iswppini esli-
A| n a You think ao6ut things Ike tlhe
oa ut Mr O lti ra when YOU are the hostess. BUt do
!a'W m ur cn* II l yOU'remember them when you are
the guest? .
1n OWhn (tI ( llln If you do, you are certain to be
u VW~ .I V a welcome guest. Tor, the gusa
who behaves the way she wishes
Rocue Corfero. executive dl- er guests would behave has
Tector of the etional Institute Ileamed the Vecrt. of how to bU
of Music of PFalma. will be charming on either side of the
guest conductor with the Na- fence.
tional Orchestra next Wednes-
day ar the National Theatror. A v
Cordern wilt present a pro- ..4'm w r
gram entirely devoted to hiq
oWn compositions., nclu", a -
piano concerto whictf wlp he ORANGE. RANAI'A. Wf lJ &
performed by Professor Han G EST RNADiEL W= t A
Cordero Is the only PnsBma-I By GAYNOR MADDOX
nlan comDoser whose works have .NEA Food and Markets Editor
been performed by *mpidr or-,
chestras of the U.S. and Europe, Our Los Angeles friend, Gv.
amonc them the -NBC vpho- t' rude AusliL, says *e should tr
ny Orwhetra of Mew YTlr.. the her new. hot-weather treat. S
Bovd Neel Orchestra of London ,lets do it. .
and the Minneaoolts Orehestra. Here's the ect: It's really a
Cordero wha graduated. m.a- combination of hole Califorial
na cum laude from Hamiae oranges with banana and ml*.
University In St. Pil Minn. J.To make it, .oo Wdice2 .or.-
and is the .nl y enlnela2 Ar .r lop i'In b4%
Fellow in Paam. G and turn on low for I uiteth .
S n P to high for ,,...
Addla banana, barteredd; 4~tfp
JUGn MUnSi sugar, 1 cup 1 and about 2,ps:
... crushed i.. Tr imider bn ,Iw
ST. .O 0a 1 h0.. hd r(UPI for 60s. eond,. Itat's ,il ther 5is
to e itJ4 pia in% ehihll lralsef
Everett Glazier, chief of police, .am s i;.W. i. S '
haq &fi l-proof vstem .foi keep.Like vanTlla _s?' e
In b Irs ronm raiding hisn eherry twWih nut. ..-
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AUNTIE MAME Patrick Dennis.
LM-I- mSloa Wln.
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Morrow LindberO.
',HINKING Norman Vincent
PNale,. -
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past presidents with a luncheo at |H1a A'lMte n
me Asmticau Legion Club Fpot and st l th To 8e B
Amador. fer prtO -O n Atl
The Crce was organized 'i anete live In A2o ust
1916 and along the fourteen pat tbean1 of 1BM he oei e. b n
prtaident; who who we.hO .tseBat hib o houSS ,r h thre ^oet
ent was the founer and f 1ut wmeek D e. .nou InUrtee- mreU
President, Mrs. Anna Calvit. ItaslrSae would Itt c I
present wds oe of the charter tngr and Ae Of i. obto ar A .of
members, Mrs. Mary Engelke: 1 periods d tmle or Aubrey B
Mrs. Lena Haas, present pres "lis Hte th upon he foremost
dent of the Circle, httroaucd t
thpase at presidents who attend- --- rPrint WI
E were: In Washlngtoq, p. C. Mrs. 'rner recorded
Mrs. Lea D gan 1130; Ms. has ) ste s ,o ,uArer,.
Ella Lombroia, l34; Mrs. A 11 e prep se.t* i.. .ma an-Can-r Thi
Lngelke, 1941; Mrs. Columbia Rel. ,OA;thea ( ib, these seti
mann, 196B; Mrs. Ella Brewn, I s MunuAs.
19S1; Ms. LilUian Ryan, 134?; O showing,
Mrs; Ruth Straus, 130; Mr aB ..C.CarP .. vited to
Made Cinchard, 1941; Mrs. E. A d b with the
dith Eppley, 1937; Mrs. Blanche e tal l .., oE.S-of Gat- The mo
Wright, 194; Mrs. Corina Mor- un will be held Friay Sept. will be hi
ingweut, 146:; Mrs. Mar guerit at T30 p... in Gata Maionic
Bouche, 14. Mrs. Anna. Calvit Temple. atcy
Mebe present t were Moa. I i*a ts l1 prites a Sd
dams Lea, B aas,-.M PAape, est pri e r
Edith Vesa.Mof yJow eBaa te prtKade .cwnl lS ubse or k.o
Coleman, Clemantina Can Miny charitoy dnati ot .
Engeke, Irene Aierson, 01 ga All person ate welcoae. A
Guet wo were reent were AMENi'hP iun ai
Mrs. Balance Shiling, Mr s. Co Cheb
jQutra, Mrs. Rut*l Baltozer, BILOIT Wis. -(UP)-. On, a Divine
Mrs, Irene Ha sem em nn Mrs. 8 et, ir-k-ay ad -"pl of the 11 a.m.,s
'LQule Morehant, Mrs. c Gse, % o, lt, Jk thut it wa. and. Ga
LMh. Maude Charles Mws. oSW tma set is vW e. Earl Cla
Cay, Mrs. Pe, Fler Mrs. Jc t-eoptaiad M is Tmoraing. for Yput
s.q Lea.'J DDr ,*so.Was vut and Pact
M ts.k Q* -JIk.' W bRak1 y' wiueguwe* sreacier.

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at Columbia
mpilaton of a
which sh e and

Mr. J. E. Healy Jr. of Panama,
knd their son a d daughtM -
law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hea-
uramer Tamily Plu
states Vacatler
- Mr. and Mrs. Howard E, Tur-
ner and daughter, Mary. of Di-
blo Heights are booked to sailing
on theS Aen..peraps Tues -
day lor a two-nutth USAUOI a
Omaha, Denver. and IMAAe
Mr. and Mrs. Tuwer -wffl
attend the fifty-tbird aaufal mtS
nag of the Amerie. Atmoble As-
scim be held Sept a -se22


fts a myfry why someorn
doesn't et rome of the popular
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beoeen. assbeia, held.

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Son Monday, by. eila

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mthly Print Com etitho

eld, ubj ea.

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waseatp wrl .be he atU
Sod f A a can.

roke, P~Aector of Cithe
commentary by rAtlantic
Hon. FPSA.
the first tiea one ofO
ti has beenhe on thet
As there wi onl be on
anyone intevrend i min-
share pu i fine program
nthly Print Comf petition

lat.o aubjof At-generica
er Diralo r Co
t each LeSuday

servirs will wbe held
y it the -*0 axtifed
vi w be held at
lundy a chool f 8 p.a,.
pel S et 7:30
rke, direc oft' 0 t
h elloIah p. Atlanic
Ic, win be e sweat

g the. e en.n* mea.
0, pubit Is cordially in-

PORT,. U. (UP) -
City "lent" of the Circus
aelat of America was
us, showa n was ba
county near LeClaire and
s first wild weat show

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GtflITlN6.A ff6 WOS.B d PMdrh dhstau up bs wald's
ouwt ire, being tested In, Chlco I, In the world'si qietest
ramn The 10-horsepowr sirn, which stands 80 iinches ih, is
*o powerful that It .hrtl your ear tfyu to d too close So this
bm-IlaM-iMddroom, almost 100 per ent oundpreof, wiu built
to reduee th sound for testing purpoes The siren will be ued
as a- air raid wiring

1. KLMispu em .ma
2. KLIM Wat* refri wgere e

3KOMIM aIftj $ oitweS unbrm
In each ad eyery tdof Aurin a KL ,
you get bene ts only in the f
fresh cow's w 0k. Exactly the same amount
of imapo o.., f c l a ,. .youm in
eviy l a. KLJM's W1 your aissu-
macs of Kuffkl fil au ,-LeB

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Sedges that will not
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Damascus cover of superior
quality and durability.
Four reinforced holders
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.ay other maftress; therefore, it comes out cheaMp.i

Ave. 7th Central 21-02 Tels. 2-1830 2-1833

let it rain--
day or night, the weather
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Special ittaction this Sunday

the "SlewfoOt," a-vil troduoed by FrezAd0qire and
Leshe Caron in "i..dy Longlegs," '
and the "ChaChv a"

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Febrero. leek

Classy Chilean Horse

Tangles With Amorio

In $650 Class C Dash

V IHard-running Febrero II, an unheralded Chi.
S lean-bred horse recently imported from Peru, to-
mnorrow will be seeking his third consecutive victory
and fifth since he started racing locally in the fea-
dtured $650 Class Cjeven-furlong sprint at the Juan

S Franco race track.
The five-year-old grey son of from former track champion Am
bakland-Blunderer has been in the rio. The latter closed with a rm
pioney in all of his seven local Sunday to finish second beht
Shirts. Despite reports that he the starring. Barlyon. It was Am
bas a bad knee. Febrero II goes rio's first good performance
*bout his business of turning in months.
good races in a consistent man- Lion's Claw, which returns fro
ier. a lengthy layoff during which
l Main opposition for Juan Ma- was under treatment, and speed
out's racer is expected to come Sugarplum round out the fon
S rc Isx t horse field. Sugarplum was an a
I so-ran in the higher bracket li
.. ockell Shows weekend has been dropped
gglli kg 5 alU IVWiI class.
Sl .. L JoHustg little Manuel Y c a z
Sn-- i I Al m will guide Febrero II, Bias l Agi
Peed in W ork Vl l rre-now in the throes of one
S the worst slumps of his career
has the leg up on Amorlo, Imprm
Lackin In Defense d Fortunto idlgo Jr. wi b
S -- lLion's Claw and weak-armed Re
Y EASTBOURNE. England. Sept. naldo Gomez will be Sugarplum
4 (UP) British heavyweight saddle. .. ..... o
S hamplon Don Cockell, who 1i Sugarplum .i topwlghted f(o
scheduled to meet Cuban heavy- the event with 118 pounds. Febt
ight Nito Valdes In a ten-ro U will tote 112 while Amo
und bout at the Whlite City and Lion's Claw will carry 1
ezmionstrotio, workout to news- o s ec.
oen here today. should leave track fans ..In Ps
S. permoo d for S unday's c ar d whi
s Although still carrying s.llu. lwill feature one of the year's to
welht around his mid-rift, events the $5j00 added Gamin
*ockeUll boxed asix fast rounds, ling Control Board Classic for ti
,concentrating on short, sharp best horses in training
lody punches. He was, however.
lacking tIn defense from long Ci
range punches from his spar- U, S Ryder Cup
mates and took quite a few .
blows en the head. N m
Cockell expects to enterthe aNam
*lte City ring at 212 pounds.
which will be five pounds heav- CICAGO, Sept. i-(0U5-
er than in his bout with world Thle U.S. Ryder Cup team an
capinl Rocky Marciano. nounced by the Profeslonai
cre& J -lamlmpon,, the Bttaish Golfers Aoeildatlon i made up
*ipla's manager, aid he. ef five veterans and five new-
ras satlafeld with Cockell's con- comersn.
!8tion nd hooed they would be The veterans who wmV play
S ble to use the Valdes bout as a agaiaist the pr ih teaa at
stepping stone for another tilt Palm 5pr Califet iWm
t the heavyweigh title. NI en__a__er th s lth areo
Samy I ."ad, Jakle itrke
l k N ABON 111ay MI- 4e.

S" id Te "- ol Gra dlTe Sr,
do being toge.te

SUP becae coal dealers, all bve e

[1 K w p -Iyaar o" wt f. business to become school teach
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it 0 i ^sSSS^l_ *nBdA Lee, r at (outhP)

I If.i F l. In.donivngf ty, toew they a
S- l the sasemne narses inm Sy
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.w. auam** sc.o I urlc ano A Te l 11U -Wa dam m' el 4-
Andrew at .Bad-ters a- S eInmud 34
brook AIS a 7:00 p.m. Wednos- -'sa M.S 5 ?i aa
o day, Sept. "14. Tdiu li s U a "
S-Y. Prince -t. _.*. ER_3
nd Charter membership is. pen -ce o. Sae 165 -ToU r emlp or 1
i to-f ,, .. ,.,"--Ch.Priee &Awhes 118 -.LI two pWlN -O
Svillan 1 years old or over who .
m are interested. Primary toilo5 d Re Naiv w -- Fs I.Pu $275. feel 5 'Iums5.i
e to be dicusued are the costltu- ONI-TWO
he tion and by-laws, iand target
y and fihd range locations. 1-Dr. Bi, R. CrIstxin 113 -Clold wi a 3-_
ir *r .-Radlcal iR. Viaques 115 -Quite badly lnst m w
al) A hunt Is scheduled for to- 3-Maril M. Hurley 113 -Rates chance here 84
Rt morrow. Members arnAo maeef at 4-M. Shiner A. Valdivia 118 -Depends on pteatit trn a-24
In the Diabloe lubhouse at 6:00ff -Oolden Pan R. Tessa 115x -Poor recent races- .
a.m. for the tentative deer and -Takeaway M. Teaza 120 -Ran well In last 41
a, pig hunt All persons interested .__,_ ,"
n cJoint 'the ,hunt Saturd ay
contact Mal AndreWs at ext. 81-. 40 t i-, "F" Native Ip.u.: $2TS.00 -- Peel CUIV IOlA

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- 2227 during duty hours or at s8- QUINl LApU
S3283 after 3:30. r 'n 115 --Usu M | 0 WII A
S- 21-fuieo r. Cafll115-Ulu8Xn_ ..JumDS2A 10 pap 2.1 TA
R' d a "n 'Rx-inger' ,-rea A. Gs. I Ox-Ha .trages 4-1 .
KOUinM rngvu M4-Panchita llores 11 -Rates beton fft -1
Drl 5-Don Jalme L .llado 11M --DIVrouu co...d. -
Slit-- &-Bagdad a.1 to:a, day, I-
la ITomorrow -ut iP..- layoff Lead u f.
10 ta vtew, It besaet a. dmtenlye mf alia n. a
A three quarter handicaDp ., r .... o-- d- e. '8
m ringer tournament will g. n-lS th Race "C" M .tie e P. Purse $25.00 PoMI Clos 2:__5.. E, -a rodu'th tte
dner way Saturday at he aoo 14 --Should be even ,d t- 't as heAds a fl
h ma cour Ve.elwloluevs nB P (Seyen-m me l ) anous to s. Me h ,as en imore..thaa,
Chman .course. Play will be by 18- Sevens 1' .. !... n, .
ip hole rounds on ly. Before --Vl-aur F. _PhllEO 1p- .- .-u ,- ._sItI4evsta.m tre'git ,. .suddenlyd .develop a mu

theirah ound l ores w" l be ed 1-D. Maiden ru F. ida 113-Good ch10ance ud 41 NEW YORK, Sept. -(P)- be duis bo ast. ...;'. .
e sda rosignupd with the-4-Metto M. yc 120-Dangerous tuteoder -1 a uc .. ... .ra .

sothei t- rutemb erw h SeyLee r. e 3 so re w 1 The Rochester........... a2 0 ..Archrite.rlotiegrer- M t.,eS,
lowest Ro. score upwith b e known .-elector A i a 11. -Excluded ftio t tin 2-1 iloe "darI hr............ Inter- 2 m t oe ieA d or-badee aI aotiml.' i a
Con- BWAm play asmany.__a.U.i t<. ..aohe-dawIz
and other members as they wi know .trh B. A e Rates .W hance -m i anal Leagu,'s ernora a aito .xbaridlv ,atwe tel
how they ritand. Current hand- 5-edur Or moth 1 up ers bu they had the bt e..... wlet a. f .
Scaps are pted the cluon -Tr Lo Ru -W pay niceodds in their teeth with a com a Oe o the eas h-ring
each found eap a player ue for 7-My Dear Carvaal 107x-Poor recent d ead today a-D Mden me igh -Gooda camaye In mud 41 Nb YORK, Sept. -UP)-- bo
so that rbe member wis athel- en Fulmar HnyRe sh 113 -olMd bs 1 Little Worleri look in champion Uic. S-im.on (adlioe-_r sbu id f
lowed handore will bknthroughowut t-flMator A. Yesa 115 -Ualy disappoin -1 the ar oesl. n eIWe ngerneves.r hag.4orlad f deh lns

8The frst general meetMin. of 11da ( 4:05 horstes while'n b elater- I.WIS OIAB do -**M
and other members will know 4.- "H-" h B. Aguirre S. -Rats go cancel national L eague's -o vemorls d O msa to therit naelve f leve
how they stand. Current ha-dl- 5.-Sedur K. Ortega 110 -Nothin m ,g al ohs3.Cup Series but they had the bitltbe efemoft wWi get apsmtwag .ra nfrah .,_'
Scalm are posted in the cl us- f ryo A MILRu 108 -ould pay nice Podds 0 n their teeth with a comilad- One of the .ieaT. aLiof s al ring* I .ti
The handicap a player ues for Dar Cal 110 x-Prreent fnig two me d tody and e a m be the
"hs first round will b his a]l- -BNlmatr RJ. KReyes 11 -s hou ld b ,eose up 4-1 tlmaitUte -arl aerles look Int-chapIn ina.maont (sadt _wersmdboth elm t
lowed handicap throughout Ithe S-- Maid A. 7tma 115 sully dlM. pomK 4i her eyes. lengeriA-ver h4eul go.lokingfdr-ams: 'T Infla Mdiellvl-
tournamen t. eObeet det ated M OAtrI advnJ a nelaq.l,,tbwen ta t ill. -lz ..,
fer .. .. f wes la gm
The first general meetnete of ,er Di Walter
's the members is now def tely 7th lose ""H- Imp"rte l % *s,.Puue $540.00 Pel CleIse 5:15 n3la t. 7-I te .i t
set for rld N TW n r iht pypt. k0EfOIe MD LoACI OF THEDOUBLEu rv l I. He a dbee-,l -seven sei e awOffholrecorot i t.*uci li
The bar Will remain o_ fnr i i-o.' poot- ronto ca s 1 -Not om bem "ind I D..Oi*n0ttaB .
mhIeventin Bagdo th an, 1130 -t ol n 1 wi ey In the A jab rater a ts

mbe MetL6 -R 1 In tolt -1 Bab bt tan -1r1me the munsoe. R.tand tad p
S.115 -
-Awill be Ion hand tow hmi .eol- -"-eto13 t sh m mup" 0- ml teayup th- al wa ,.r _a .
-ctiron of Alf. films .a' I m r inlt 24 l -d5M...iB, pa. -a.r
lTher *111 be a opLn _..di ,r e nC 7 r ab e Aa Vadm 11 0orel again -IIofft todecaede ,- club -i
meoerl AOda ,. arcan henonil t.t aa',a kttoa e g o ,. !

mtaenmbership.h oA lmrtctot O Wo hld Sebie s, la Itpto ztir

pr *ies e d-Febrero y 1. Tae 113 -Get test -1 In the b.'laroh 1 -h n. 12 menges ui/, tiee l U- yaep taa.^emte U ls,
p ersi" A lsoh e Amorlo p. Atilrre 110 -T"provin stea79ily slt w4 nt to b at for froxto aod hs 'i. i
Make oint to atend 3-Ton's ir idaSo 110 --esortaly ready 2h-1 sen hit safely. ked b there-t fact thak. l wnt. tand
important an nterestig meet. 14-Teuarplim R. mes 118 -Rider handicap 3-1 attackE ris._ ht- ea i w t.Blak.e -Mari ano met r,-. on hl.e.,.

l-of e Leb -ao 10 hit t of his co t ha t.
in 2 & 1Lth .,se "rImped-D -ist7 anc. m es .10`-1 E111C(Cu.t.....) s- hthelwin-
T-C. P ce P. HdalIo 1M -Ranmblld -a last 3-l 018-7 S 0 plan wanthdeIt 4a0$
d lmell & every WergdayL o ardlrnI,_ .....Bue F. rldalp 108 -R suanly OIn lyucea uh t .he needed relief Lowls Jabbt _-.. th

r. l e te. Da luna t al O i 't ed on ky 10-1 help f TonyJacobs th it, so toMarcIth itso e to
all course. 5- n Maker B. norta 1(15 -hCould wgmp here nteigClyde belted doubt t weln i fr -the.-
p as I-Don Gpte V. AsUrro 113 -Should cwi at will evn athree-runb har.
I Da ( Dar ling M. Hurt ley 110 -Hasl raw finisht out 5-i .oea

s R-(NMewmhidsterR 10K eI -Must go lower 4 pa1 T l. t oI. ofm. m o' t h el
--True Blue. A 108 -Usually close tUP 5- tr .f. en ext threeirlta t
rmJeuan Franco Tips 'n___1
re Dy Lu s aROO M --LO w .. .l o l ,,Dix"e Walk er" .

Ps a i *h R@ 'I I 9% $Sid. too ft
vim jaksawa, 2 3.. 1f,-- 1-- 108 -8- t_.e good. -,, t cams roam behind,. ..W, .6MOO .E
"In "o ugh- Msot1 4 11 ni, -- ilU fil po t& 2.1F wI U 'li t-uo a. hmte -A ab: istrst.01a. w
MOM n 5-.0 u ft W 0i ntt methemuscle. Rolnand A ad
5 ,,l) -m .K n. 'T he-t.w o t e am, tan o 1, ,,-w ith, 1,,-b u t ..a,.
"-Aftet 1G 3"..thoso110 -Could- seI':erthe o e agis the. a ,-, # .,.. ,
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pl--l-u/- .7-.Alba#e111 ,, ,._1b spaor tttth2-1nin- l1m in. L 5Sn o,

LOW ,l o l a s e roo lA.R.ce"-v ed -7 P..$950;'- Poel Cle.., .40 If $dd. the- a.dollected

i 11,* '1-tFebrerol M deaza I etsI test 2-I n.4thebi0'l'l--T an01 inrldJiiii t iii ito u .ut.r bek,
2-Amorio B. Aui rre 110 --o mpr* teay. awe -'nt to b Itf b tand his av. K. _. / .,: s 1183-RIder handicaps 1 3 ttl ig b th t ,t. e f .-. e_, ... "
ofthe Leafs c1 t o."-. ... h" Its ,in of h la conie .i t-hasit
Iltb its 7eF"1iimped -if,. .Pue1$500... ..... ......... ...7m.t..,w .y--helm.

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Hard hitting lightweight Bar- -
ado Ottia esyteday drew sheer SAN jUAN, Puerto Rico. Sept. t thot
from the alley A he batter d con ghbae'w tale noted we- tt t
T147-o ern W lflp uro fen in 1 were wearing the Carib- t
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rn atif workout at th Ar med Fores Coa nd' her
&. Paeam i residn etball grows today after foA
IttalsIL 21-year.old resident thlteiblagter1g gard, Joe Clar- ei- I,
Mht of the Chenriio ame, I SOW sle .d u tb e package lat a tiad of
r F through final tMrinng stages for night in drafnati fashion. nju yU
his 10-round 135-pound feature T l Panama Area cham r,_mal.ntoe the
bout with .featherweight king Pul nt t toe extra p yofft
Pedro Teas at the Colon Arepa s. Ltovt home, Cap- hiulug a 11 tree UWOWU
S C' .G .UIl i .7M(unday night. t e u c r at the Na- atteti
-ioracto, i"f d"" .Smatch io t ri 8atlon here on Clarirlo's 30-.
Soracl ch to the satis foot set, shot in the final second cener, d
faction of his trainer Tonmas Of Cldria 10.
.-o y .TI NOOn ealyy h t lively 48y1r. "By a oy Z, has shoeng t T was all she wrote in a Bill CKS Xe ?dr
Onelnto. a mal Improtement In s rl arpea of history from Willie hatchet,
aated h -t her Irise top Ver the past week, and. to Tue.da 's r ontst whih r ward, both wets th
lthA." %. NlW vorw at womh mt .ur ae nt use Aa words of his tra in *. Can 'a Antillen s ictorh uater on totals s
ianTei th Innin g i the na rl f t a r ter 'the timae in y the same tally after sim- etea he fourth
a, the Ath atlc, other to ern cluste l S a every toa oter area a nd run tournaments Yesterday Ott went first, two liar antics he flatl pleri d bu. t
n of *em f aor u ther Tfih inningwiths thuboe heWib hae-p- wnowonw lse for won onye ienation.t rounds with dMelvin Bourne and prd the ] lahi.gedo
ict for the rest of his Jarie obe rs idtwo-roea he a h one wdrl week alm a.0W "After thi." Mrs 1 Holl0d said, then finished up with two say- The victory gave Kobbe the t out. .
e tr da Itial eer arlSpoonerr Sta w un't be Iafra at he. age heatiagainst Brown.,r playre three amos to uaes The c.ln ore:

w therIt'stkegwit=,OoUad Teitls.1Jedro has0 tw e wih1mwnsad aer .uch a ~. ....
Up ,tr o e t the bters And hed the heard one word from pharfd rae their ee Fert Koebe ft 0 .t
whether it'i Ame Yankee. or the 2/3 Inningsn Inaching the "BOf cure I want toe esB W n a la lobe And H saeus to rathT encounter for the Panama iteS gKasesb. The Enitle ended Hatchelt, .. .. .. 2 .
ndla but we'l like it to be Dodgers to their ninth pena t baseball next year la some ca-itDO .ayellw oe bI y_ e wihTand TeAs..edro has twleewit h1wine and f _r ...... ,
wither one of 'em because ther The Do eirs thus broke their p ty.. Y e thr l b a t, lmned the verdict but may find Kobbe, the bridesmaid in the McK.., .. .. p.T-
hmeans Ore UM0on1" t- ional League ftMinchineg havingsi N* o r. ld'se I Ostelpletely different opponent 1954 series with Camp Tortue Cla- lo. a...... 2
mes more nt _a a g eicn .8 Whitey ord -inalsts~s ~m~~m~e in Qt tle Bndam Inaleers say ro, had something extra on Its Pa er. ca .. .. .5 .
set the previous ma rkwhen they he's only a second place pl other W "Would ynu believe t?" she that. Hoo has never been a side last night. The Lifelnr ersK f ....... 4
Faybe, i the sipht of talk wrapped up the m wh on teye the he'toaed place p idc* bte kgood tes Wa eht o n i now. had o the do nt way before Pleramr a .... a 1
,'%- 1.ou a .j t .-,, the r t M -, ,, even th ough b e. to es d his see. M la.__s,, bo.u WS e _o t"te om i e o l g o as is nit w I I nn h d l d m o t or t e ,e o r.r .. .. I i
ts t, othet AmotI.a- _ept.rb the rc e ond straight one-bitter Wednes Women slimly e1 put r sed 2,00 stakes to The enlfial o1 the card the Engles burst ahead ne s .. .. ..
-t t mer contended. s esteraeay, the Brs tok day.. T New York yae estar tournaments. it seam, or 't the c for spectators .,U i hd scored b ter Tan do final st eo .
-p o osto, be- 17-game, elthe btgest misar- mayFt out to be this merl. until Mr, Holland suggested e to design them and have thm mSanchez Plnto brings together Losed had a five-oint tdvan- Totals 2 t
b1te4-1 leads wresicaay i te1WSned rs byean CLeague's @0 20-gam win- Idea to her champion golfer sa, made, ourselves. The same way Alberto "Toto" Ibarra and Clau. tage at 64-61 and Kobbe had to C Ise,
t a X Pidb weotoW v stned hesb ner but Ford glints "m t lst i winter. witrh the ad tha din Martlnes. master all poteiitial to recov- Gerald. f.. .. .. .. a a
1 slt th of fer TVstaSr lt to It mt orelte ths ds tha I S eoS Jy s re p -e o
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the. *y tflm 00 ln*stnto betI the pts*after rcking noa I mlprgesive connection with 1:68 left. Basti, a .. .. a 7
80% who was ted writh tin sed- ,te th ead tei SI theem. record In the amateur rank. The oatle tried to stall it out 4
Do'y1sI= by handed o Cincinnati batt Forde ints to the Ise&a.ll lives is Roekvll Bornl Chiiqul. .he started and get in the last shot. but Clemon ........
n t ve t season he ater, ef ng island, bit for the i boxing actvtiies in that Hle tMCaleln managd to de- d I ....

,ilSoinsht-hasersMthah- nt. tmt moe then 5hntsm e-r nomatterwhat sWheywe myn the ::ent. aWoth tl y e rth To has do st two end a u-AAl ird let tly wth Cod-4,8atorl. ",.
Si's first h to an 3n wee w i a se has run her Ow province but h be Pana. fleet the ball off a Lose ply Rcron, ...
imteAy for tis dthi ne season whe h dd ont h re to eauatin "se ewiess from it for the t ree years and It bounded out of bounds.
a. year and thinren heis 3thr with thhe b37has ihe p a,"Arrealldoest aets hs.under the guidance of the can.- MCallen whipped ithe bal Ttal

up. n m. o a dden- the t hitrd ah il l wandt Noe" York at Chao; i","J. ..,{" .Som5e hometown one. y iM the p ee uam put on u! t h T M t
in t sametran In- the save th. wealss gps In his r d. I'm a M f I was laterve*ed inadvance of the able Cuban trainer Alfredo 'Per. nto Don Plesrae with eight
i, ..are ro o illyn t e rseh. mlnba. who has nursed and nriYtur. seco le lft m d fast relay to Pn e thd m d '
Sithr t T- n Harveyadu t ihlightedA e C a- rly ptoCp CA0 1 0 1-(UP)-Toys n edscattered her ed him through some 30-odd Clar enlaeed the gattetb McCalle Itchett
Id th t vito B manage Le has d- desk along with gol p a i f the title-lwnning plv as the Bker 3. Pierama 2, a
without at-udefeat. fibve-run rally I a the ith In- considers Ford his top pitcher cided the stli of Poff ge Bshe nterrupted her tournament former Bloomfleld allwe pre -Ringo C1rk 3,
iesright-hi er Bob Thr-i itR orver the ants a 8 2 no matte, r what Whley may say Ion the ?event of a two, three ortalks, o iy to exclaim' with plta. Tm hasdro, st and a-PAAF rd let i Py with Clmieant.
Coasted ctor victor over the Cardials The-southpaw has w five four-way fo theChampiton- sue o ver a white teddy bear w deons one It Martnc hi two-handed secl alty.
ed Kna Cty to five Soutpaw i straight And his 17 victories t ie p a removable musie bo. 'The t and the other to Enrine P r- After a deadlock at 9-all. the
h eno augvp e port by horser by MAer Grammas, In im with Frank Sulllta of DOS- Here are the linsUps In of pf its kind," she crowed. Pa.orfi ,M oA is from Co- Lifeilner boomed their lead to Today Ehcenfe .35
insixruns with a pa ntchi his sixth atriumph.s the league's top winner, a two wayr tie: ClTIn Mr.: 25,i netheea al bet ?on, beat him at the Arena Co- as much As 16 points. at 27-17.n
of three-r homers Art Cecea- TheCubseand .Pirates. were Nec Nw2York atB Clevedofna thevaleade of g erlton *f thSn-derre vgerln't .t, Dur iand 4-24. Little on ikn n o
gavep five of the Yan-idle. at Chicago; New YorkatClove-ad",wihhopestpro Mho fIlt the verdict was a Durso fired the Eules to eroe- Trone Power. I
i e o t i- .9 4tillland: Neo York 54 Chc9 gl a specator .. a am e hometown one. ry as the home team put on NTA M D
S. .78 D S .2' Yog Cago....C.I.8cago. at Bosto n Cle- Rd px the ress. Kobbo' had a 391 \s 9l \
aerwis Aetyhat andoted Cleusadsopeednqulfy Peree iuoonfidennt that Tate lead a thep ternion md
1 oe 7 f as da de 5 veD T n'eewill wilin so convincingly this held .oft the ag ls until 'iek
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DiDlomatic Links With Russia

p INsCOW, "S".t. (UP %--Ch g
Ithreatnng his guards with a MOSCOW, Sept. 9 (UP) -Chan- Germany set fortL his position be- exchanges of West German and
pistol, carved,from soap. Cof- cellor Konrad Adenauer told Bo- fore Bulgani,n. Commpunist Party Soviet delegations in the fields
in, scheduled to be executed biet Premier Nokolai Bulganin at chief Nikta Khrushchev and fore- of Industry, aW culture, trade,
Sept. 23 for murdering one of the start of a historic conference eign minister Vyacheslav M. Mo- the cultures Aad sciences .as
three Americans whose bodies today that West Germany w a s lotov at the opening g session of the well as sports a ad ordinary
were fourid in the Quebec ready to establish diplomatic re. five-day Soviet West G erm an a tourists.
buah, returned to prison after nations with Russia without wait- talks. The Soviet premier told Ad ea-
taiking with his lawyer. ing for German reunification. Adenauer said the questions of nauer that the Soviet people bore
The flinty old chancellor of West German reunification and the no ill will towards the ermans
release of the several hundred over World War II.
thousand German prisoners still The Initial two hour meeting
Army Announces Four Job Vacancies held prisoner by the Soviets* [was the first tihe non-CommunistI
uj Mn n m ep, r r a lI were Of major Importaence. German statesmen have made
But he said We establishment an official visit to Moscow since1
o. of diplomatic relations w o u ld German foreign minister Joachim
,. The Civilian Personnel Office, courses: mathematics, chemistry, not pend on them. Von Ribbenuop called on'the late
U.S. Army Caribbean, this week physics, geology, geodesy, photo- The Adenauer speech, eight pag- premier Josef Stalin in A u g u a t,
S annou d f vacancies In four grammetry, cartography,. go- es of mimeographed text as hand- 1939.
U.S. PAp positions. graphy, astronomy, and en- ed out later to foreign correspond-
A A on rIorbleo aid (computer). gineering may be substituted. eats, was in reply to an' opening Bulganin called for "fruitful re-
male only. th' five years ex- A cartographic draftsman with statement by Bulganin. suits" of the current negotiations
S perliesc. In mathematics, phy- four years experience as a Bulgatia welcomed the geTr-and the "normalization of regula-
s ales. eOtay'or .any speelllzed dramftaman in an office that spe- manr to the conference table end tions."
A field f eartography Is needed, ctalzes in the construction of called for. the rapid establishment Adenauer said the will of th e
S Expefenc-te -field surveying seuraite, original maps or charts of West German and Soviet em. German people is for peactful
and comutling lala so desirable. is required. basses in the capitals of Bonn solution of international prob-
A photogaMper wth three and Moscow. lems.
SAlso open is a Job for a carte- years progesalve, responsible ex- He also proposed large scale He stressed tha' the .Paris a-
graplhfrald (.o mputerl with fonr perlence In photographic work of
years expe lepee in mathematics, a nature and quality demon- --
phystes, geodesy or Iny special. stratin ability to perform dif-
tzed'fletd of cartographic with flcult photographic duties with- c n i rahl .k nt m
S experle n feld survey. and out. d supervlst IsaI also T Urges Considerable Skeptiism
!A Compp i rat4lso desira i. Btest- need o
dent studsccf oMet- one; should be submit-
d nL a Ob*.rv Civflln siiPers teltOf-
i b fSv -.a i,- -at Corozal,-a- Towards Russia's W world Peace Talk
..bov~li l S a- flee B B Crozal, Ca- nPtton m of c w al _A
'.aon'.~rta S" sJ I

. IFFICU.T ITI TO PERFORM A young father breaks
. down as he tries to tell hi five small children that their
JMother was killed In an autminpbile accident Gathered around
. iMrfatr, Rlhf Rn, in Detoit are frontn left):
. .trk,. ; Anth-y, ; 0 hel, 8; Kevin, 5; and Colleen, 2.

P Iara gls Thrbgh Fight To ow Y

CHICAGO, Sept. 9 (UP) For-
mer President Harry S. Truman
warned today the nation mu st
"keep up our guard" and Main-
tain "eo sldorabie skepticism" tp-
ward R ossla's pew talk a bo ut
world peace.
Mrs. Truman said he didn't want
to "throw a damper" on hopes of
peace, but the United States
must abold becoming o m p 1 a-
cent" and taking "an easy road'
that leads to disaster."
"Th Ihternational picture is not
going to change from black k to
white over night," he declared.
"Anyone who tries to tell you that
it can or will is either badly mis-
informed or guilty of a fraud."
The ex-P2rsident said the So-
viet in recent months have seem-
ed, "on the surface at least, to
desire a lessening of world ten-

But he recalled that the Commu-
nists have "talked sweetly, and
then sabotaged" other hopes of
world peace ani said "we cannot
tell what the rdl Intentipns of t*e
new soviet leaders are. ".
"We must and should i'o'n'f er
.with Russians," he said.
"We must and should look for
peaceful solutions but never at
th3 price of Justice and freedom.
"And above all," he said, "we'
must keep up our guard. It is ve-
ry easy, when the air is filled
with sweet reasonableness, to be-
gin to relax a little. It is exceed-
ngly easy, but it can also be aw-
fully fatal.
"We must be sure that while
we talk of peace, the balance of
power does not shift against the
free world."

agreements prove fSoi, 't -
Vamin of a -
compltely d
s iWest- Go
frro.,SAT' r,, w E

Adena;er. r gg estions
both by Molotiv by British
prime minister Aitaony Eden
that the West European Union
cotid be broadened Into a greater
security system to preserve the
He explesed hope that. the cur-
rent talks would lead to a wider
contact between .tie Federal Pe-
public and M e .t Uniion.
As fir Ges""o reunfleatls,
Adeaauer NM wet the task
of the Big Flt pewwr--be U-
nitedR State itsiF, Fraice
andm m-as o eate the cown
of Ger*Ma a.#lb eastent and
western sMales.
"The Federal (West) German
government and .myself are fully
conscious of the significance of
this visit," the chancellor said. "It
is the first official meeting be-
tween representatives of the So-
viet Union and the German peo-
qle-a first contact.
"I am also conselous of how dif-
ficult thi begiping of the talks
must be for all of us.
"But that does not alter the fact
that these talks are necessary.
We are neighbors, if not in .a
strong geography ense..
"Therb are -aiIy things bS
are ofU vital Cce
for the fatal Of W peple
for the wor situation and tor
which the Soviet regime and aIe
are responsible."
Adenauer said the present situa-
tion demands "complete freedom"
of discussion in the momentous
"I ask you, Mr. Premier and
gentlemen, to believe that I have
come here- with the honest inten-
tion of peaking openly," Ad e-
nauer 0aid.
"If these conferences are only a
beginning, It is to be hoped that
they can lead to a fruitful and
lasting contact. So let me attempt
to get to the point immediately.'

WASHINTON, Sept. 9 (UP) sert "brainwashing" school is no "completely satisfied" that "we onst
The Air Force said today the worse thai a game of "cops and are running a good school out frn
training given airmen at its de- robbers" there." Ie conceded it probably mie
Col. Burn ; Mcenzie, head was thetoughest course in the ca
of the school, told a news confer- armed ser s, however, and said gati
W -. ence thee i' s oti I the course, "I don't believe an infantryman M
patterned water. Communist prison can go through our school, trail
camp techniques, which would Newwek said the course con- est
"degrade or break down" the stu- slated among other thing, of 36- a l
dents. hour errogstion sessions, forc- e
ing men to stand in holes shoul- tala
He said It is a valuable training der-deep in water, and subject- live
ground for. airmen who may being tranees to a steel sweatl "A
shot down behind enemy lines. box." ea
Another spokesman said combat McEensle said students are not ea J
crews who have taken the train- required to. under all of t he A
lag regarded It as a knad of "va- "tortuias." He said they are deb- sti
cationa or "cope and robbers" onstrated by instructors to shdwbas
g Hme. He said they suffered. no"some of the things that could Jut
ll effects happen f a crew member be-
r comes captured by the enemy." atr
McKendie was called here for He also said fewer than 5 *er wfl
l ue oing after aeqwsweek ma- cent of the students actually sa the
gaie pblishd a hair-rasing ac- pie Communist u inUti atI n uiA
b count m the realistic measures methods and those who do are voi- he
taken to prepare airmen for. rigors uteers..
S of ptoible prison camp life. M-Kenzie. a prisoner of war in off
He said after a conference with Germany during World War I, he
Lt. GaL E mm,,tt O'Dlnnell Jr,, said most of the instructors are by
mAmp Foees personal chief, that no former POWs who have first-hand
i hang.are pla .e.d in the school knowledge of Communist meth-
S operate at Stead Air Force Base ods. tr
S near 3 Nov. "We do not degrade the astu- a.
euIe said O'Donnell was dent," he said. "We teach by domel-e

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Episcopalian Bishop Criticiz& ,

rfhnk;f rftir'lk In I t.;f A*-mu

IOLULU, Sept 9 (UP)-T
pal -bishop of the church
nary district of southwe

the "great majoi
mericas and losing
hers" of the edu
The Rt. Rev.
Krischke was mi
fore the 5bth gea

ary efforts
tholic Latin

Bishop Krischke said "Latian
people have been nurtured In an
extremely debased form of Chris-
Lianity. They are religiously un-
"All Latin American nat-i ons
have the great majority of their
peop4 s.eatt ere over Immense ru-
ral area wre the o m a n
Church exploits their illiteracy
ad creduaty. In. a most, sordid
. "Thn., In a ll ou t

is actually only a med al ver
slen o( It.
"Large numbers of them have
resorted to communism, to spiri-
tualism "and, strange as It may
seem, to some modern forms of
Indian and African magic rituals
mingled with superstitious of the
Roman Church."
The bishop termed the resulting
situation today in Latin America
a religiousd mess" which offers
the Episcopal Church an opportu-
nity to exert tht Christian leader-
ship through its missions in Ltin
America to bring greater strength

%no mmm nI it La, II! ,pII
he to th*" church in.tbat area. enter M 'r c'.h.h in-
h's BishG Krischke said the Episego ca find all they
at- pal cxrch would prove attractive spiritun health w
to* 1 2a America because' "within face odradtfle a
'S one sC in.. bpdly she -combines traditiqnal env'r
A- b6th 4ttsouc and reformed erit- .
m- *sgesap such a way as to make Earlier, the penmfse
i*. her welcome throughout La ti n Iudiaet womf Ri.
Am" over,'America
united thinks I I
of t traditions as re 1 t
h .as .te4rembndous need of a
ir iew-AgioBBilnaight. all woIM t
:a, ml is s constant such 42i mih tini
184 those who -tal. Md.,

rstion. We have Imported'
m Korea some of the gii m
ka, some of the systems the
aninists used in their interro-
aj. John H. Oliphant, caoil
ning director, said the toug
part of the nure comes whes
the students are t e out tn
High Sierra Nevada Moun-
s for days to find out "how to
off the land."
Anyone who balls out behind
my lines will tell you he wish-
he had training," he said.
e said that ne of the 3000
ients has bee' hospitalized or
required "psychological read-
lnie shid the purpose of th
is to ve a aan as n '"the
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