The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Program Is

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-President Eisenhower for the
first time since his inauguration
will receive a chief of state as
his official guest when president
Jose Antonio Remon of Panama
arrives here late today.
A number of distinguished
personages of other nations have
come to Washington to see Eis-
enhower since he entered the
white House last Jan 20 among
them Crown Prince Aklto of
Japan and the prime ministers
of several European countries.
But Remon will be the first
aetual chief of state to Visit
the new United States Prei-
dent, and as mueh bthe program
tat e w follow whie here
win agt the protocol pwter
for imflar vt10e1,18 the fu-
tu*iqeh as that of King Paul
and.lueen Frederica of Greece
nesa month.
c; only is Remon the first
cf of state to visit Elsenhow-
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vautlva of .a tip America
li to e~ whiashngton
June, 1951.
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MIAMI, Sept. 28 (UP) President Jose Antonio
Rem6n of Panamd, stopping here lost night en rouNlte
Washington to vift President Eisenhower, said f OiWJ
of the main problems he wants to discuss during biti4 i
is thqt of racial discrimination in the Canal Zone. -
The Panamanian President stopped in Miami
dedicate the building of The Americas Daily, new
lingual newspaper devoted to Latin America. efhs
which has been pubhshed here since July 4. .
hitw liftyls w with the United Press, the i
nion President indicated that he would seek a new dan%
with the United States in the operation of the Panami'

ve been rmenti

sident Rem6n said, he wishoufliu
Eisenhower "proms s
ration of the Poa mm6d
al to the progress of Panama."
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to the WMaIe
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St Washing-
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I|'lgYa Istate dinner this
ote Remons in the
u Huse. with the guests in-
pg members of the Pana-
ap part ard high officials
w UnItO Slates govern-
Mgow ingoorI the visit-
reident and Sora Remon
krarter their residence to
opuse, aero! Pennsylvania
0. from the White House.
ai be.thr 'home during
pf their stay In
S r. moving In-
dent Remon
lltblle to Mount
l A rthe home of
j *. and place a
IM5 e tomb of the
ft the United
Vernon, the
Ial cemetery,
B ek to Washng-
ai n ether wreath
Ief the unknown
War I.
S offeringg. the cus-
of distinguished
war dead of the
will be placed with
ceremony der-
onsflag of both
S displayed and their
them played by the
s Army band.
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ns Return

'W a=G, Germany, Sept.
).-*Almost 500 German
II prisoners, includ-
a women and eight chUl-
returned to freedom in
Dermany today after more
ht yearsIn Soviet "war
h", camps.
of 468 m women, women
drn h rand sunk-
iked, d out of the
k oe at iBar usen to-
ad.wee taken in luxury
*bo &&a triation
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to Readn" the New YOrk Mat a polc
s ys .today in one ef It le dIl 'or equal w
articles lowed.
"Panama is celebrating 14ts fif-
tieth anniversary thi ye and The Pan
It is more than fitting at the said he all
United States government should "competition
be the host to the friendly and chants have
nonular President of PanamA, United Stat
Jose Antonio Rem6n. ed commissa
"President Remon r e a c h e s in the Canal
Washington today, where he will
spend three days. Be i n g an Indicating
ardent baseball, fan. New York ment wants
will see him on Oct. 1 for the the income
world series knd for more formal of the Panai
ceremonies before he goes home Remon point
on Oct. 7. treaty for t
"The visit coincides with the canal gives
first stages of another series of mon interest
talks on the treaty relationship Canal to the
between our two countries. Panama."
"When PanamA was famoed In
193 a basic treat was made "Panama i
nrovlding for an tvlt pav- proportion
ment of $25.090 in la D .r the President VA
use of the Canal e and for Presldadt
mutual defense Sand tr guar- the United
antees. hae always
'In 1938 this was. re The lions aAnd th
United States Chag e an- he and Pr
nudity to 1430,000 M t i a can reach a
bookkeeping change, since the wi bring h
value of gold had dim ed -but Petwy" to
we also gave up ri ratrntee Harm
of Panamantel ndence kar H
ant the right 'W, aft ne to on thae' tra
maintain that ine. a e
Now the Pana ns want to Maml yes
another evasion. PldeUmt Re- ence ast nlg
m6n fn a speech tWMI his coun- gotators are
try: 'Neither millions nor alms;
we want justice.
"The 'justice' consists in a
larger annuity osvnent. econ-
omic aid and d on d to dieCrl-r U I
industry and labor in the Canal
Zone. f
"The negoMaUing gong on
now are exploratory. an effort
to solve the ir bl~m %s v relntPr-
nretatiop te treaty and b .
aemintIstaU .Mmures. A at for
The re ason wtrtrin It this Ga I n tote
way can be uderstood by re- Owners of th
'mbei tat O n amendment was served I
to a tret the sama the UaN wh
formally Ae Senate ra. MhboEtRb
tiftoauonl a treaty. -1bwt
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; PA AMA AMER.CAN A tionable Recommendation
Al 4J 4ar 6uetet ev W PANAWA 1 aimaic
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S 7 H *rat1T 0 4X 1 114 1 6ANAMA. R. Go P .
!Oft N "OICEN 5t 173 CEPNTIA AgVINug eaTWORN ITH AND tIs Se 07oto
POnmeN RopROeWranaryv. leOsH11 a Pa- Res. INC -AWeAnt 4 !r8ArI0.) A LW
S Mt MAnoIN Y N AaWve N0W YeNI 68T.
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PO IX, MONT-S IN ADVAN A SO 1 3 00 7-1:1T

Y-the AFL convention here laugh- MOMm
ed loudly when- Vice-President fge
Nixon defended 'resident Ilsei- /
Sower as a mnan who never lT
HM I L breaks his word. ., ... n
S h Mail box as an open te oa s .dus t The Pana mer The delegates to this conven- JM
aSn t terms are received gitafully and are handled is wholly eonfi- sucheered wild ly faced the .
dent meaner.Cray- suited and gaay faced. D12 6SMt *, o"M
et eyan ucaribete a letter dea't be impatieat 0 -t 0 sst appear h hybung Vice-President stuck outWlson A M I
his ehin and .said. "This Adflhln- -
seal way. Lter aem published in theo ader .gsived.h"ci d "is '
Please. yto keep I. Iitealr 'limited to slipag teonelll. Istration will lose. the next- elec-
Identity of letter writer is held is trictest confidence. the conclusion of this Adminfs- tr *H s "
'.,,the "conclusion of thisAdmiis
This newspaper aMum esn mresponsibility tor tematts as opinlios 2 tlOfs Kr wod an, 1 O|i s
pressedsd in letters 1mm ueMarson tration's first four years In of- iA.-
prs in leter mm me fice, the American people 1A con- .'-'." .... !nf
Sclude it has served the greedy .
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE few, as theterm has been sed, get an over e
Si': tor~ ~u t the detriment of the many..." 'Q. MS Oe AMfL// oritr n t i
Big doings down in the valley Oct. 1' to 20 -and I can't go. In the noise ofthe whiitlltng .. d.protec WD ad, t el a iui .i
King's Ranch the largest in the world celebrates their delegates whoopingtt up for a 2)49 so
centenary in improving the cattle, industry and producing the Republicaa defelSat, they lost )l fg IWD l "s ;oW=67con
celebrated San Gertrudus breed to cross with the Brahma and the impladtls e of the fellow- D) 7oe ti "e Y b5entd wa. *ft
Herberd. Visitors are already booked from as far away as Aus- Ing 'word Therein Diek Nixes1 8g. pt paa? .' Wil he aprfl tohe)ak
trtlia and Turkey. and also covering the whole American con- went right over the heads of W ,r-lCa r .40t d ll he ". b t r.ftI
titent. the AFL leaders and spoke to.
L governor of Teias Shivers has arranged to take care of their la', members '
PrisAdent Fisenhower at his ranch near Mercedes on Sunday, Oct. to the "8,06,1SM people who
18 water while he will meet President Cortines of Mexico for the work for a living in this coun- n
ni e nof the F'alcon dam. try n t n th
we.te water Iwas 94 feet deep and overflowing at Spillway last d there, ianludin h a t
corn which was as high as "tho
cerely, a OOP elephant's eye, Nixon de-
W. J. (Pop) Wright slivered a speech which will rank
S t ACTION WANThgD w hie6) .- teoa wen rha 4pL- ,Kol f
Bit: c c t eetion days. )... a i
I Mt:a housewife andv a member of the USCA, eI .tthe,4a Dramatically enough, -this be .
th open-meeting at Cristobal to see wht was being done 'by th speech came on th exact anil- UM a
organizalon. I was surprised to hear one delegate comment to versary of the famous tel visitpon .-

This made- a bad impression on me at the beginning, and the. airwavesto anser char it n ,L. s._s ,
mS the griping about th6e same old things th l ept. coming on bi political fd f and ', .ta ovdr ) a bomb,.l
f wdloor dldWA especially impress e ,, considered the AFL speech s
I delighted "vhen a resolution wa .r yopoped and tough a one to geto o g tM T At tha4 t i'me a g01 4and
t, 'he told woar, U&V+
u Idflly accepted to start a letter writ 1 u to Con- talk, be told iIwu at a. l- ...."
men and action f Washington to- badk the firsttwo GAO g the A vto all. .- .
Theargumentspresented sounded logical. Especially the one poiJ1tl1 enemies who were giv-C)
that ih order for us to stop this nonsese. we must have a civilian g him. the ooldestc treatment 't report i great
boird who live here and have business experience, ad their d- they've hndd any e re renaket 7in n
rettor should have a business reputation to protect. the past 20 years, unleaded a Anthere
SI am writing this letter to encourage the offiere.'o get be- long talk which .sent the A AL' .....u a A
hin-that resolute --- -- leaders into the ooloraafter- a In
-An AgerBoaswifge wards ay, he wasaa"clev- li. .',
" eplain -thoim ageIof his w.4NteNot eIta .. 6W-

wif w t ith the plotureof.his e I a o o

tie (s, he 1 bertel htat c a t e A e o t h S aAt Neyr Id.w t ,
o d.. ..... .....l

Wlk t hae t th c y a d d e t6 henaow ter mtlO tsh
I Yt'*w1athr Aeca people? Some Of sthem Wt. Aisli theWo maottr the tel, eahl endt tW?7s. a StA

so1 frhf .3ovl t0. r

Sn ay about eral, Cramer i t be- lso t that the on t

1 ergamet0 n and h es in apbtlhe. oard work orn kora Mesure, authorityt at the It s. e' tl g-
l a v e latle whU are ritproe a- In asvi I oramenta e r t r "OT
*.+ ws r +ws __.e.. t he reetherin f a' e""' 5' "* 'e'ea .....910M:4-s t

1 ntuet be the wife with him on Euthit trip-gg youio itAin a lhbS eW slbl ed o 1 t ntofee Emu isi>enato W.'10n
a..B r ':e i suf t for tn ae*e -dnt tl" eat, be fe ofo- 'iwar br ".... m

hinfather whem he dooamoeleqnacy to cagof has beeX au-I eeseef tril"abill, whatc'r- om...

peter, an ld worker and

Savot hNsAtm TAL O T 9W4 t a ssskag rM wo.ft&.
*i~all grocEr.o
anda on tleel-v,: '

.-IoVAtrol Irmer 0" h4Is temper as a

,-the ,adimen0 fsee him, hmWC r a No.. ma- m,
,whent h l sreprinted ant Se" w .e .

in com m. seecae. e. aser .mL- g -'.. ,, 'a
W CENTRAL -L.b Pr*nt 9 .00 .. -a...Alth.iro,, new W...w....

SPANISH ORCHESTRA politeness of the labor leAdros rst hteltm t .. .eWw1
UtCAPR ICO ESPAFOL" hbiuwl t r h's ha y e. .. e.-
_The Preleat, the Vi- weed l...Lame hat m swwaW

4m tmem
Aew l -nthi wil villa ...
tight ery that the record
tih ea-m&--A rawe on the
s for anl wI *Ihe 5)sIy
Salt bek at the s..ggn-,

wowower -. es.
whc el btth ~ of giat masalge vs ggbier's el

a u-re u ly., .,
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S .. tdral of StLke not PANAMA CITY, F. motorshp which limped into BY OSWALD iCOB
.Weeto 4p3-- h r umne." Port Isabel,. i n fr ANNOUNCES '"
n ds up uetoe t re10 i r --
..S.Bh "a a "s.. .qualls ever South Coed Guard utile QJ'873
meh COmi Rub eualls orgia leaioed ronoa distress" I the closing of their Tivoli Avenue Branch
S"ebls rru-*aiw, allst- we -1 on September 30th. All pending busi'n
Sn T f brSat a M d ton teh" 94 with (hat Are will be attended at our Mai
Ztone alm ast qWwent down Into the 4 P'4w t
t L ro' th e 2aon e -a nu W- E T
n -W S I -e'o f P a n a m a sr b I n it ,e u pth i ta e a slt o i n s p e c t j 1 0 w i a t
Jt e ene p tTM Rih R'o nbe rig-t 9 7^43 4 Branch on No. 98 Central Avenue.
a. ler. Gooden left Bun day mom- ed power it m SOUTH
^"B g dS ^ t ain g by T-p M e. fo r P uerto.. L 1 ,s.o
*=en, 060 t ar 'RB.-Be planu Li Executive the 'orgh wi e 1 9 ..
-ra ",me' to Panama October 1. The Boar. of the A o tgh win g' o' o 7tr 2
e.wars oB to Pianwa .rOctober 1 Balbot Woman's Club will oeet 4UIw aid hour still T Coral Gbe Super
Ata. 3w Htaor e W.e B a Pf DtBa lost all its punch. so F ie Asx other crew Essi vul.
S r. Mrrow, whoClb e were ssued by The hurricane apparently From ur Sperb See 2 4
gusry h anTel y :re t'B6 from the drlean W rather 3urW .p aed.. the
ema e v toeS ." .u e an a. m. NOT today weirf r Wlt s Double Puss Pass Pans of Matching Weddlu Rlmp
s.toae .,Com'Vpany ,wvi tha.* guest of Al ha Chrpter Notrr frew nsnaa"l. nsulito y*.i- Crestvle .tea. The See efty of Opening leid-- J
*tonl Mi.SJMI hon tff' dlt he Alp Chp rrd In puthpast Aplac AiSA F ASTLI C'
IA Mi ug1e ben fr1|Pg''the Canal Pii wi metwbure four to _Bd t'hfelurtouh urrCane, maiain- ASA AST L H.
Cat b on, Jon- ubl f itina P at the ling contract, with the mainland
ns. Panamat "I ton Cl lub qn Cher s. amb ae. ttan after Mt. We only by Highway Patrol radio, When the opponents an- wedding rings for bride and groom are of excellent
t i Friday evening... .ble a at" as but miter the worst 1. over, pno-,ce tIi ti, y ,,,weriu vi
SAuttfwas prs-ai t e.e t c hees tall hin ae s n al ao are quality, in good fashion and taste, and reasonably :
SS.l tea the hnree om the said two ca ere cheery "all s well." oodish to ,el, nem have a bar-, priced. In 14 karat gold
S r J 'byt aas- 'i ge over gain. Sinc. tey are hnaingm '
..o. N.0 10 P 7 At ..wen uooda r you a blan't check, It is up to: s 5 4 7;
New CrOs .f will honor toe, '0 dto 1t11 m ide nargt a- bou J7.J
8 barlag tn, M rs O~hlow A B Mr s Joh Lr ew''fel te che rC oa r' thaneS in today's hand the first
ea rty r OI S t -the Ca new "fel em Calpabibl, S. C. b ound of uoading was very in
|.w dran, Jomh 1i, and_ Sebree members*.. the1 in tli past a24 houts. 1 atie scoulo tell that
oyer, Mr Iowar. Ann, are a thelr homechurchF earl e hurdiane, whi had e na rt paer ha ther l support pandt "
ebo Vrgn Willett, at 2621 Diablo terrace, CorosaL at a ibor' vessels actrying for Osome sicd strength sor the aree
Iu. k Mrs h&lng pay s A : at w"-le much of the Gulf ,, rashe. L % wa. quwe possible per-,
Mrs. Mrb l h .elSng, sad I t And 7 batt ened down trlTON, S 28 (U aps even l.robsole, that Wesi
Uk, rns Mrs. SiLor- beI&iA, rM Padn lors. on a tbattir t have been order- had a singleton spade since
e aifn Mrs LOU- p d Panama2 a lad leaders to avoid tht opponents had bid tha mI
San r Heurtematto : A d, pol. tiea with Adlat suit so vigorously.
lop -Ba an ys e u he a r o tq Pres-I It- was toso probable that -- '
-'-ale tHei cll earen Sl powper$ir ae week on West had Wh, aw of clubs and
.- ant son o t'r i new post Jno ran ce, "hi r. some way of taking care of'
ces ....of.r- .bla w. r holmte n Parsy Ahe t .t-ni tr le.aptoklIE a s ioah diamonds.,
nhiaDt o, T mas oea t hoer ahrt ho mak A ng th ILAA the wOft that Stm Mn Is As It happened, however. East, d
hr l Thomas Coleaan Ambassador IeratMette was .,.. (.wn In a pot-cin'ont wory nimseli about THl '
.n e tfrienpds who te I te2 M a anta the he can toward solvihg kiew thad I e wou-dn'at have to DUTY -
st ,Ad rt aSlT. LOUIS Sept. 2 P Md d w dd t(om and that it is noI lPay the hanc at bix hearts. ,
e- 5ao ALug president reorge any to- dropped ts wage demand fro time had already announced REE I C T
al iO30 pme, .. day warned New York shipon 50 to 10 cents n hp ina move The: ope, however to get bi" intenuon of sacrificing in T 1
are : tr 3 6 C No. r era not to gt, a new wageet- to get i t hM t Thpresidential non wsaes aa.t any d heart 161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANA
tedn cl dr'.j ealesnta.l serjHa r o tato a ew W t. hue m otbptJer- -law -l si :n- e ONw agreement with the "gangaer- present cl't nr e-. to the capital in a b.d The vulnerability being
d ontrlled" remedy. Mt e monih or .,e for a Democratic what It was. It was prcatlcally It is a pleasure to park In front of Csa Fastlich new.
Sajd Mr. ert r-the Chagres er Ost No. 16, unionr it will bring "more He noted tt thos .o ally and. dinner where he could impoble "or North to changeill pay your parking epenses.
-e .Oamboa Iald F WIaI evening trouble" to the waterfront. ers signed yairem peak out a a, partisan nd t as promptly
: W4 e e.oya. the followg new offlsers Meany said there was "evr"there's nothingjj. would do Before tuvenson left En hwe smallElam. t to.e ...I u ,e s
t re .wereO eloqIpA. for the evidence" that the Neo Yor bout it." But, he said, the A world tour, Mr. isenhower ask- Eart itheilore jumped to SI
was hig and stands rei call for a ed.him for.aperacp report.on hearts with treat assurance and
g parents, r. Cawfr First Vi. om d- Inatnns rnalo t ra a l ~ndaead hifr" a findLg whep ite 'Ndsp..ed. South pa'1d miserably. .
Q l Meman, In V"- er, S. H. .MUtrpeseteen; ta- m enes U Dion were "king AtO election when the time is The WHo g last wee suspecting tt he might have W
Seblio o.nd Vice-.ommander, Jt e take, Uon wre *aeno b elts c In d hsn the p sl .ated tevenson to lunch two spade tricks, but not dar-
adc audM. a oCand of oe of a strike, Ml- no4te with the. rewodent Thursday. ing to tak. any action. North '.K .
'Those attending nc dd : adj t, and not- t wor "" 'of a ":t*.s
Thse attending netuded Mr. c Ocer, Hans P. Pedeor He charge o that a heWorkeut u- The lur edict wau e. had no deDense agalmst vuIner- 'i
and Mrs. Robert r e s,,o ue m e the walkout -een If U ebe baT alta E -t twmefore car
-r M ee rei he Yorlae aha signal ITo 6 wf A." C* n1' Ied on by wlinkg tlir sacrif ice
anew :, g-ri ewt otrole o wU be TAFo via 16,oraode h di-e'ad already, promised ta
er will be Th L dropped itb ta iii e effet around na2tonal par make.
Mrs.* 'sla5dat an opep, meeting w a = at, C t 1 itiftoi 2311:0 tAe ew pa r,, tI headq ^. ty lay to Egs t was Sthlte happy to dou-
tithet na to o held Friday, et and that th Melvi D. Hildreth, Demoe- ble six spades. He hadn't been
ther son, .aNovember 6. by tha lDeart- meetgliheon Iehors bif tt any tic nationLa.committeeman for sure of six hearts anyway land .
a l gpnuh-Bu attr-OW mheA .eeting ;.-hat The coci a thettr beanceuofrI ---- .. Es w rlft a tolou
Mraw .;] .andom emender b and t hl The counral q-mel .n .t .hIweioshat thq D.atrlot et Cel*mbla. pas- wouldn't have maide It, of
Mrs.. -ea. g ar -ad his The sa ti con I a before:' am asd the w",. along the line to courseJ1, but he could be sure of
W, the'h ndi tlofl;I co.-, .
Mrs. ,r,. sz,,.,-taa ~ -" tnb* W l ,, ., T t-e aitl it AleS a A coringA a nice .- proft against "
Ms w. wBG a .fl .. a .. A:
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Mr.w~r U. etrect. Eat *on the
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and- M.ik Ech; Mr. and the Uni where is ready-to taie over nNew hihrts cshd the king of heart of
Mrst aennevlle: Mrs. Ol- plans to vacation Detp Rv- York dookers who wanted to stay and then switched to the king o h
19.iMre a dnJ and Mrs, r, Coinetut for weral in te A. He a) ei, New nTHE NEW ao. He n too the i
te H N. weeksl Ffof ueav.011. He next took ehe
e e forE re to Y T ork localM hP" Indica h ktin of clubs followed with the
wee-ks. anted to lepfeha q olin *P of dtaS 2 e di and then c-piare- 'FHv ONGwo
Sifteo e t-a b '"Al uni"o.n ty them. r -on. -paaS'tth 'ft@orcing dum- CONG
-t uieo'n' t aals, hbutl lNtw- the lloyers. fmyto vell ff nd. West Bh had
wei ye t laton N. C. O.'coulctrefuse to I-ain with the to lose second club trick. for he
the Wied Stat held a luheonestablts uonon the porthe a penay f 1100 points.
I s*at tlbe pn- reent Atlas Oiceden. repliel: "cat their business. POice of -4
,oi a -lended Th ,MenA notC thte eo f n y

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new -hateled e Ia r Telephoto s g9t'out of the car and'signed an
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a r the fin vo p!--by Mrs. you. enjoy every minute of your stay
docks. te. h., l t rh ,. .. and will be."most pleased to assist
o o.anldasto .. nW 'eqmt 4 .t thee m Panama.
He aol reporterN s most of the -or: les -s-
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 "UPJ 1. Some" weaktkesses have ap
-Ooxernment economists pre- pared in auch Industries as au
Icted today the American peo- tomob les. steel, larmming. far
le will continue to enjoy good machinery and certain house,
-lmes next year although some hold appliances. However, tl
-weak spots" appear to be shap- build-up in inventories In son
-.ig up in the nation's economy. I parts of these jnrdustries Is star
They said there already have ing to taper ofi!
Been some breaks in the 1950-1 2. While business is Investir
1953 *'boom" and that more a record amount of money
"readjfstments" are expected. new plants and equipment. th
But they added that even it a investment probably will declir
.'recession" should come. most in the next few months.
*wage-earners, and business in' 3. Trouble may flare-up in thl
general, probably would not feel housing industry, due primarll
t. to the difficulty of would-l
In a series of separate inter- home owners in finding morn
.ylews, these men listed a num- gage loans Housing Adminlstrr
]er of factors pointing toward a tor Albert M. Cole warned t1h
Continued healthy eco no0 my. American Assn las
They also cited several trouble week that if private institution
tpots and drew the general con- do not make morc money avail
that the good outweigh- able for home loans, the govern
qtnwwrbad. ment willW qtqpin.
The economists interviewed 4. Talk of possible "bad times
presented a crOEa-sectien oiland gloomy prophesies coul
the government, including the: lead to a dangerous depressiono
Commerce, Treasury and Agri-,state of mind Leon Keyserlini
culture departments. a member of president Tru
Opiniotis aps were sought man's Council of E-onomic Ad
from'bankers attending the ivlsers. said today the nation
American Bankers Assn. meet- could get Into a "substartipl
IM here last week. recession if Americans vleld t
We'are the kood things they a "psychology of defeatism o
saw: fear."
1. Income, spending, produc- .ear."
tion. sales and emplyment are Keyserline also said. however.
either at or near; the highest that the nation could avoid a re
levels ever reached. While con- cession by working toward a one
uvoer at a record' eak third increase In nptlonpl nro
the .economists feel Americans ductlOn and the standard of liv
Share earning enough to justify it. In' by 1980.
2._ .h. Sev lt.v: Treasuory Secretary Oeorgee
ready among the moat -healthy. T s S ta epre
further. They include ol tex that "there is no rqson to have
tiles, paper and power. Defense any great fear If. here s sn
spending cuts now pann d will there ,r some soft spots."
not have a serious effect on; i
Otrmm-or, indeed, on most indus-
tiles. Aparty-pretty
,A, X ere are several "built in" luncheon plate,
"wt in the economy which 1
ahtuld insure relative prosperity. ,
MAmog them t are a growintf pop-
ilatioat intensive research and
development on new and cheap-
.ptoduets and unemployment / r- -
and old-age insurance. -
4. The Eisenhower administra-
i on, with its political life staked
Sn. continued prosperity, will use
Small possible government resourc-
*s to stave off any serious reces-
A number of programs al- Here's a salad pretty as a picture,
ready have been prepared for yet hearty enugw to be a main I
emergency use, including pub- lun"cheaMi dl mb juicy shrimp
lie works projects. n topped with
SFactors which might work a-
*inst good times; I
S ino l poikfia sty"0
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MAKE FRIENDS I aitomato on crisp le*ntuce, spread
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h1w ceftir with cooked shrimp
a dtiopped celery Garnish with
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ives him a chance to respond- I
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The birth ci a 24-Caoq7 M.
months a rmatureanwi tBy Y I NfE JOHNSON.
ftot smaller than dia r,- -
wasre announced todI.aya
tort said they bellMy she ROtLLWOOb (N1) Ex- Phyllis arri-ed In London for
would .survive. '.. clsively Yours: Xbq buzz was "River lieat." her first press con-
-ti The child a Negro.. wa born loud pnd Insistent at a splashy ference was devoted to convinc-
Sto a telephone operator ad her party oe by Hollywood hair Ing the English journalists she
of machanle husband UINP at styllat Sa1d makW-up experts. wasn't the sexy type. Writes
,l o wr Pfli. a Soon as Jane Powell sieds Oeary Phyllis:
hls but nniar- Steffan, he will wed Bonnie told them the truth. I was
.rivel wa wit f u had Buehler, the airline hostess who chosen to play the role merely
S" ----passed the crisis. lost an arm and a leg in a mo- because I was under contract to
K ral D s test B IWi A hospital official u a- torboat tragedy at Lae Atrow- the studio and In spite of the
line -s, len .. to .A. bette Hop3 Calvert- i the head. Gary didn't lqave the fact that I resemble Jane m ussel
tii tt1 'Is l tiniest .e y o ever boal there. brave girrls.aidae ld Vt the eve- about as much as Robert Mitch-
an J. W. The Amerma Medical a- Then i a fetoe.thein-,
it- a- tlon n hicao ,e e the in-,
S' to that the smallest er troduetIe of UIlywM's new TATS PRTTY SURE
S*1 th teee recorded was euelil Jean deb stars IS th Wampas trdi- I
MBoths of fe lear- Bemnn, who wl heiln2 ounces tion-KsthleMa HHsm Marlyn Here's how sure they are in
g thi rtr" rning when she was born JSlf4, 1936 Novak, Pat Crley, an- Reno that "Shane" will win the
S" olvian t ife.. In Chicao els, Joa Weldoa, Kuaru MlUlar, Silver Spurs award as the best
St* Doe Avedon, Sara Shas, Elaine western of 1953. The Reno
'-~-' "Babette had. t one Stewart, Babara arw and, Chamber of Commerce has al-
tc chance oUl of 100 lg" a from TV, Jan O'rka and Do.ready put in a request to Alan
-tor sa "It re ha ColI. iLadd to clear dates for an ap- -
"t i.~~Uaa Btatartty0 Lft a Mary McCarty wasl e hit ofaccept the award next year-just
nht born al the eveneg with a satire on n cs
aand her.t nd I Hedy Lainarr. who poured her,
-k work" J A custody battle sl rippling the own moolah into a screenplay of
ol wrvaton ck 2 1calm waters betwe Eleanor, the Biblical story of Esther and
rO..abatteo c uced12- Parker and Prhdaetr Bert Fried-1who Is slated to star In the proj-
"Babette, utM 12- A was
So. r .o f Oullan at, theJW- | |lob. Perhaps It id cdralnes foreeat Iond last in Londonsu tois

oto ,eo at r ndre-nches long at a wnll re t 111 inthrle monhsy Wters bt l hopping mad at Swiss producer
Se. reon mAtlv'. at ttwebeevrn n an incubo:t; il she weighsor isn't feeVng tt nerous l Arthur Cohan. He's announced
IIfmt, eal t. laO.a' b h13 tdsIMeaI .and oneto pounds. about shAih nflher blleyaO a hi own film vetion of the Abbos-

SAItM Ir r C. N I be heldly om I t on her stoirywith ein pLobr
ligr : i haPteaal t n.,t art te thW i asub t bl.-. erap it isn't cura]n or lda and Hedy Il ready to sue toa
ws elda Ma tb S A.t B.L tri ccp'rc I te i ,pprtiot t S INI Ie Shelley Winters Vttormporestabntsh prla prity.
on "4.piteMber 25 at the, nW, ** Gna man marriage. Vlttorio tel- I

a J 31 Berts .WMl an_ Bue.t Cmmte.'s he.ring, of WILMINGTON. N.C., Sept. 28 ARTIIE WRITES BOOE Medallion Theater stages "The
mterl tr 4 whren the fund ta (Phelley d) Ofcals ve nnoun- slow Boy with Brian Aherne
'. R. ort l O- tt n .will be "announSid that e ps Wlinto Titly to Rome with te b theom on their thirt 3fth Dolores Dorn the
-- s. t t public .d Morehead oy tl h ume.of short stories by Arte new arner beautheyv would lust
t" Te~es agenda wIll IAcud It T South Atlantic haw will be "Boys and Girls To- as soon that her real name was
Au u wlth presentationa h po ltan s. ol gethat." ounda rlke his auto- not told. It was Dolores Heft be-
-,*W f, i: Budgeta Caommi teoe haring of WrUa NTON C bo Sept. 28 AlTIop By. Wore she played the role of Ran-

Ife; obnjuctIn Si the Junor rl r --- dolpe Scott's leadnc lady In
s n I amhe at s and Alboa Sfgh cool tA nseapprths th O e Tnttle--and who could Blouwty Hunters."ia
ritV Oo f Der w a fooWlae tBaouBte du that the poa a int Title of t he fort?--s eloe to nabbin Oct. 3.... Dolores Dornthe'
np aa f ,ert.1qOct l.BMorre lt'adt- oheadr Cityaroln will the ume of shrt stori the tele- Ingre d Beautan and Roberto
Thaagenda il tiicallytl outhAtlantichbo Shaw will beBoys and Girls TO- as soon that her real name was

SDaa fcths Club by Th really satam tihe contest. o t r ound p eeMother." RSlands Winters seeautm anet home in En land Hft er-
hower of-th W s Tha evenings meeting the k ere to e fini r the tin film deals involving the pair
,- T-omthn lbClub. l. ast reulalrt scheduled month- meht reaehed',tt -e t. Clarenee Day role. He's the s- work out. ;I
wn if- LJWIhn W. Peabody, Mrs. Iv rJssion of theBoard before apartment of Agriculture, H. tod who ph Scotl Wmel g ly
a L me' f -C.tu'lVe teta n tLag-ewav on OoCOt. oO, com al the "tCharlte Char" movie se-
ttarn-Baturda. oe ria hebbetter-slose to

Sig f sted Ltw. Colonel anf is, W "aotA1- aeitfr s i yalb tfBT Michum, 12-year-old U
vs ca gl trs, Cu t t s he w mO enrH o government ow ed by tpdere of Bobth aRond inter soen England If
aOt'eofibw Ilst de S op M el m te a ClreneDa role. He's the work out.M
S Lld Mrsv uon of the- Boardbmnto rlt l t who rplaf Wner fland! -
W e apd e fo r e Larcomb, Om Oalent ete in the Charlie Chan" movie se-

Swo r that ro tin ofother processed Jimmygured two Mthuannor
r Lttw t ColonelanMr s e ea-e one film wpl risky business. aalld feu, ichy oes. i

d nthe r meidgon110%A dsr the choice of Warner ---- ent in Eng- se sooo s
deoup has roductonM dad, e wthin inches of get
teR otel W TEL ow Admin triton will depe n e pt rt

YMARttm 1trateor Howard d when Gordon
Saounce next week to depst o, ma sufigured two Mitchums i inih purchases ...

rMolder mO B- BS ratofor h total .)-.ount o d. yendor' lnt or facll t sD this
lea-l M beret p aoerty a be ipbaseted by iovesrment trporal e-
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and dining set, furniture good De Luxe 4-door sedan. new Oclob-
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Bhone 3-4408. condition, point retouched, excel- Central Avenue "K" street, corner toages. Large. comfortable odern.
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:OR..SALE:-- Kenmore washing mo- owner, no accidents, 1,000 weekends
cbie 25 cycle New Cristobal 22! oner no accid 0 Pn'es To MIAMI & NEW YORK Ovia AEREA c S "
bp-23c wC31. $1100. Telephone Panama 2- 4-engine planes. One-wo Grinlich Sante Cie* vllmih-sl-
pon 7________ o M,ami:S $70.00 Round Trip tags. Electric c ici a Itxtif
OR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigerator, FOR SALE:--Fontiac 1952 Hdrama. $126 00. One-way to New York. moderate ra Telphenle441 .44
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stresss S0. Mahogan sing LOST i~ "PANAMA-MEXICO one way $105 .Houss on beachSo
bed;-mctress, $50. Mchgny LOST & FOUND 25 roundtrip$17925Hd a
sr .ing. table, mahogany buffet, .limit ,$165, good one year: to Phgag.
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StWANtED, M aion.l t C Area, Blb. Ivito chalet. dini.gro aro- .r
'.TLYr, LE lndeeprn snr i.s. i S Serice tond bods. lb may be obtape ined publ Offce and garage. $1rt. C0.olon
,Z1'c t ,2i a S r s Ithe b e sources or fron the office 3-1713. from 8 a. mO 4P.

W 31-3.TOUY2CASH ASmTr lsand ed o en P. 3 J .
FOR''ALE:- Refrigerator free,just. FORFER -BeautifulperfectIF"RRENT

Only flymouth, Dodge, Chivroset. 49 Ale ind early yea SectionI. Balboa Storehoue.FOR RENT.- rti, brand ne
to 1953. lNot duty paid. 4s d ior D a n.talmond s o 6. may br obtained building, cons.stn o 2 bdo n,
Lubot Will sea tyem from 4 to rnp a.g., ".aucky") Bn tuchamp fror the above 1 source, or h rom of- 2 baths. garge. mid's room i El
m. Hotel Color 1421 PonC al. Telephonstandard tye J r- n ec of pewriterdet of Stor715- Conre Call 2-346, Jo-
29 70. r. FonsecI ,e .,n, ea ini p set via h ouse. Baeleph ona. C. Z 5. come officande houroa, rn
.ey a ornt eu ao idbau t senary pane..R SALE -Mahogot y China closer FOR RENT-Phnt si, e, beroN |n .
W AITED- Gner,-do -.c 21 K -- -sor d 2Loo Ifurni o Caat A

A d." pItierth. orbioth arms .Sealed bids.f r openinecut g nR SALE -o Ic F2o nsi 801, lt- Stree Coon.
.,Apt.b2 nn a autot Albrokt 5 CI Suwnrgeant Syket 2144 ro m o.p-rtmet in bl~ l* ,
ow. York Funeral ued 3 odr an n 1a0 haM C COiPAN ohurab SuPernieident of Seorehouse.s e n Bt,,.bmt ..
r No i. o ". n nurinaion ,enr OFFERS TRANSMISSION LIN ing Apt. 3.,
F rM s rsel v ^ aturav ah TOeW]S Pa SAa I FOR RENT:h--t-te e aa i boioafy at... 'A.rtMnt 1
-I 1 Ip ni lan 1ook Ooil o Hte Selled b di for, *pqn'pg ",pubic, for the let. lith dairP. .gs L
died early y rday iorn- a. m., l c On the Isa or Ocundber 19.Noer 1953ous Scrap Mffce of fre u Frace. -

As. Melbye was born in New5 came a'aio the nelTy plane. at.d alond he mafn railroad lne of FORe RENP 3 21 .
SpCity and had lived on the in49 .re *he miniseries tP4an o dna Ra3Iroae Inslattion No. 7 en a -4--I
a rienentistnd early"yesterr Section I.- Balboa Storehouse.; FOR .RENT:--i-ApartrimeltIle hl

Nus for aut seven years. v ne aall patient m b obnd fray b obtainced ra w of Su-
Lu__ Will see them from 4 to 7 p b ng on s t n
v'gil M!laucky") Beiuchamp from l the abae source, or from 7ft- baths. arage wa ter -ro.m .l

ws a well knoan resident a hs iiiRoche eve rintendent of orehousesnt of Streph- Congr Call 2-34. Mrs.
e m0,Voa and took an active An atL;ulance a et Albrook telephone 2-1815.t to. rettha.TI t1. k
ein civic affe there. She wilete uiey lu ed at 11 h a m R SALE, -Mah y China closet FOR om RENT-Peth lnue,. bed 0
.he3 la-manca le iarnbutler ,ceIa ue. : .

w.the Leader 4Girl Scout ru-he, lt faiy to Gorgas teCilStS r bFthwt E -LewcIlic with F2 ons
,Act. w2'1. 7-1 14th S..oii...cio tr laci case cresories. perfect corldi- I FOR Roa t-,

Trn No 12 in ambo. iili l Sergeant Sykes 2144 room apartment in ,ed.b"l CTgje I
She Is survd b her hus- ae his t set and iAs ext I A rnn trs C ofice ho urwaer2-461 I '
bNew York Funeralbye who ected s 1i ci it. in a fey day ANAMACOMPANY -5630. ooAns .gCar Id
ml dMrs, ieltro Plan n Oc tobe r FOR RENT:-Artr ctive 4rih

FYo Wednesdav MIfor funeral ..i i mlpart chcism clase s widslOw r begin public the r ,
eces and interda ment. orn rst week October for r Octcber 19. 1953, the office o fore Juan Franca
in7 at H r, a o Catholic adults. The first cla coul" ly to la .f n
29,'-et.rthold. "tI. e .,d Beaucnamp lam-le tboa. for Transmission I in t9werslIt-

M lbe was born in N H wiheanel belong thed oan October ailroadn the e ad nerom pri oft Y t
i nd hd lived on the irp, re Maryknoie ins Convent frome and hi Pana RiroaIitation No. 7:00 b rerig r,- tt wr MteU n
teS I 0for ar t9 eeneosuraSatilbdilepatient may be obi Ned from office e of Su- P VN 65. LW *

a w1el no t e si alt at th i laerintenient of St.orehouses. ; 'lephne .

b hr mother o fI Ith. e se FOR :i n

Of Jmer1. servicess wil be an- cent psvchology and catechetical TI. 1o6. Coln. ;e 1
*o andtoo A nactive An a r lance at Aobrook e5 If you want to. rpI pa-nm Ws

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in ii-a--thr. h e at 11 45.a P i .roomr-with line, ..
Tr03 Na 12 In C .amboa. d oisllet weoe "Chucky" %ill in new residence IEl carngrojo)m
She is as-in-vcd bi her hiPs- haCe his d rn h AmetandprexT r and iexTStarts CrAl office haurs2-4611, eve
Is emyi]Ed as Filtration Plant DnIn4on Octobhe r FRo R Ahee

a Catholic adults. The first classvcoubnlesknicelyto dlv two ltahrge,
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Sra ReAon .lli be te gaueot of
= *ab'ntber luncheon to be
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merfean Remittances to Every-
me, Ineorporatd (CARgD
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earM In sendlat relief package
f- in medicine and
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gream of tfe MIniun1n hotel 7"1" me t
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tewmrmser Wins Juan Franco R8eties Bid. BHS Walls A.C.

Featu-re W th yrloint Rus hfr Browns'w ma320 For Niie t
land In the bi furioulStraighth Val

furlong a tet. Louis Two feet
Newmnt r. wmisteryest By CAL U. QIST Balboa t ih rn its
hs ait e roae:, lived a ma$- streak 'to e-
20 terpeo wiide trem s-e Oom clb gom-ams od

occasions ltt y ear. co, rman ty,ine new major pand tsIn the s13
When ature ho pradaed t.l4 P )t M tro Neard the end of the l
t-rlon th e starting post Elec wa tuethe franchise h Sl Two fleet.
hoe the race, of the re ed meetingg
Sltrtfor the stout-hearted son meleto to doidede whefate ot defirst quarter at
of ShamsuddinTh emma in Class the anciay dipstbed club, utesa old. May wept arOaht
.Me o 3ne "B" although he finish ohed in the heard delegations from Balti- on right e for 2 at
4 1 money 'in Class "A" on several more, Los Angelei, San Franc- insT. Curtis J eh le
n (t occasion ekslast ea nCity nneapols and kig end, added the
"C-l ^ I^^ IIWhen the horses paraded to 8t, P Trtnto, Mon- Near the-end of the inlttal0w
Sthe starting post Klosco was the treal l s itself. riod Bruce Orvti broke a
Ssmutuels chote with Coynes ad- A meri ean. e bu wh st own left tackle, and
L 2 lBgar al heavily ed i e second Win Har ridge a nhe thought a chs way through the we
Seadig lathmlan featherwei6t 1 n e- Third choice Homeland umped the adornment of te seetin for t touchdown. Jeffrtlos e hR.
Pedro to contract to mee to the lead at the break and but that he ad no idea what it ide o.the upright. t
= rors eduen ye120-pound a the oneaned ne disposed of the eak ouldbe. nd uanrt e anoths ter .
t s 1y in a l n challenges aof Kvost e eo eande the clubgoI. .gt into the scokind
SAmotr que t usually slow starting Pirpo The first de deont wato be B withll Kraus took a r
nl Joseph o Col B Commson a l re, Newminster and Colnes dgar heard m was Louli which shot in de h
a 4" Juan Cnoplaner trailed during there tcat half. wants to lkeepn t Browns there back to his right and
ts Neadas the mile ole Coyne ando fereds a guarantee of 500,- unmolested taor 3 yards ad
d Edgar ioved up fast and swept o00 admissions per season for the touchdown. Jeffries added h
S' around the field on the outrsde. next three years. They were bit- second convention hs time
'e19 the 13uod Pa)t thrs. 6 Mgzuera made his mov te almost ter against owner Bill Vk.the
a pet. .. T at uinsi eously. but sard drive ry "We want to keep the club-in Orvs scored y a second toech
.! $1 t 7 a inch.of ground while skimming at. Lous but don't wanchise down with less than tor aml-
S T Ot. ar. Internal t'l 19, Colby 14 the nsie rail. Veeck," eradon irk- utes left in the sehalf when ad -,

-er 0, t 1,oiHo3mera oncd, le mort t he a t I. upo the field for 6 l t..
a 0 o Tea 0 dtern 3, Rennselaer Homeland ti led at the land, the puean for th e gain showed his hedo to thie
r27 Upsala 13 head of the stretch but cones group. "He i a ton the fenders with a very neat n ya

odddwsf.20) alongdeon a H d you e 1 t theh
S.nd UN ac ite alyobat alongside on city and to bseb r has de- acorin gallop. This ended th
mo, .t e the 0 eerou, were e$d Newmi ter was liberate y hurt y p gate by wriv gsecoindg or the ht as lefin-.
ST Id. Pa) Tchrs. 6 gaininguwith every stride on the g us a bush league team that missed the for .
3, Tut 1 insguals. In the hard drive e wouldn't ee a in the club Mind n red on thep tt
dY WCar. M. Wleyn 7 wire, Newminster proved best nors and he did it so that he quarter Jimmy May added t'
e 7 andi mhed away steadily to could try to witch te an e crushn blow to the au
V06 sbal'7in coacth ehe Raoesiemsl
0 a t 3~r1,e hl t ne elsewhere and be aebg. off asl e dashed 6 yards
"0 15tr 1, -.f liash 31, NorwUab 13 Ma er wasm once more the about it. up the field for 6 pOintsi,-
!2. the. d stog therkfender wthe t a veryf th e t 5 Mu y lt
( o II Is aaso -piloted opn T edt
iN 2n l -l A ,t combinations aoin the ftha0 terb, bJuack oabt m

(Po 1." :l ST,_ ar, n1e4. weein the ha trdrate. d evenrfollow th secondary men out, and then
:po Ir., S4. MPIf Shke. m 0an Twhe, .vid race we'd have to keep the club and oured on the speed to out run
,:/ wa.: .' &2?^^!.. ~wcktt e d ewh~tVeeck too, th we p atfe hb pursuers adsly.
,' f Sat(? ^^S1 Se '^'^ is by ou.p ot ey. bepcaue t poinmt the 08 ,fbt

OlN- ? ^, .ftUD RACE out any o locate of the ta of 1 first downs to oa
*uA'n A e .-' IMeteulasa, lB lStrona p0l0 0.2i0,3.0 lettaue .for the Ram. ,.
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NEW TOt (U1) Wla- Wy amad n i
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1ompe to Purdue L4
uhPh UM wi t nning e touclhd
bunt uInnt
tafnrff t -~few hy ihad

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fl-F scoriA five
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: -4 *qmsaienr wag seratehed
._0 1-agual $W6.60. 3.40
S2-DonOrau r-.20, 3.40
mt i, s--vilawro $3.40.
2, _Togt0. 0 Oe-wo.: ( a g u a -Deo
p a"o n aGras) O 1=
SWalem 12- 1 'AAC
4, IAmbe 1 -Okinm .40. 3., .20
MIDWEST 2-_-.oklto $3.20. 2.20
e 28; Oklahoma 21 3-Amoa ..
SPurdue 7 : (Okinagua-Tost-
Natf 21, Iowaws 7 ]kto)
20.Penn. State o0 Iwm RAC
3,dlIana 12 -Meran Matru (Excluded from

rn 35, Iowa State 0 3-Mufeco 3.20.
47, Bowling Oreen 0 SIVTH MAC
Albn -Rathlin LiTht $6.60, 4.20. 2 60
18, Northland 0 --Mr.- Foot 7.40, 3,20
Ohio Northern 0 3Bed I 3.
LkForesmt o0 SNVBNTR ACE
2v2 1, ledo20 1.Malln $6.20. 2.L. 2.20
yawuve 20. 2 -Ckmbaist 2., 2.30
E EC Mo. Mines'7 I S Le$32
4L CarKleton I / Doeftr: ( a t hbi i n
IL James Millkin 13 ightjMmush .
Grin ll 1-Coria s W MO.
Jelt. 14 2-Pintsa 13.40, 10.40
Augus's (SD) 9 $Le.0 (Cerleta-P I n ta)
Ornlngaide 19 $130.
West MIcb. Q NI W BACK
I? .rbWrt 12" -Pined #03k 6.20, 4.80
S-a. 2-Rilnty $.t.LO
Wedgay" 13 -Tila a $M.
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18, Franklin 0 CiAC
Manchester 19 1-Arkan s -J0, 3 2.60
I Poly 0 2-Great Game $3.40. 2.20
central I 3-Srte M.60.
Su-. I. 6 J U.m Wlf is 0RACE
ft 3, lou1 sab 6 I-N.wmnMter $18.20, 5
W, Whlter sL 0 ceaM .40.
WRUffton 0
011, Heldelberg 123 DOM 8QUAD
rtburg 10 ARKAj AR CITY, Kan. (UP)
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Pn" tave0 e swe wing out a
Penn h 0 hoot be would not keep
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Secretary Benson
Beef Proliteers
- Secretary at A'-iliL.IiLii,? .I'7a
r. Benson jod.y orueed an in-
.cstigatioun lo the miauieman's
miolit in high meat unlcisi to de-
.ermine whether they are exces-
m e.

He said the naLltion's cattlemen
ne caught in a "real price-cost ItWI NTY-EIGH'I i YEAR
ilueez and are suilering "a
aiamful price adjustment He
idded that the objective of the
investigation to be carried out
)y Department of Agriculture
economistss is to discover what
.he middleman's margins "ac-
.uallv are and to learn their re-
,atllon to recent" cattle price
%kids. I
The tourmg House Agriculture
Committee last week heard bit- i S
:er complaints from southern.
farmers about the iarm-retail PO O R ep. 2
.rice spread as well as criticism PORT DOVER. Sept. 28 iUP
3f Benson for "not doing any- Sunken treasure. including
thing" about farmers' troubles. Ithousands- of dollars in goli
o armspurred preparations today for
The American Meat Institute perilous hunt on the floor
counteredwithLa!:e Erie where the steamer At
countered ith. I lantic went down 101 years ag
"Contrary to some erroneosIn one of the Great Lakes' worse
charges which have been maue catastrophes.
recently,. consumers are benefit- Two Americans and two Cans
ting fully from the lower cattle dians hope to raise a reported
prices prevailing now. 1338,000 in gold coin and dus
The National Association of.Before cold weather sets in b
F ood Chains a o into the fray emloying modern salvage tech
ood Chains got into the fra nques on the wreck 200 feet be
with a report thai chain stores low the surface.
sold 40 percent more beef during Tlohe vessel collided with ar
the last two weeks than they did other shp a few miles off Lton
a year earlier. Point near here and sank wit
Choice beef prices at the farm a loss of 300 lives on Aug. 21
drogped 11 percent the first six1852.
months of this year. about 36 Two professional divers. Jac
peru t below what they were a C. Ho .* d Roland B
yeal In the same period re- Smlt b i N.Y., an
tall'~- rles on choice beef fell Jack f, erine engi
nineg percent to about 26 percent neer. ar rry Gamble, a ship
below retail prices a year earlier. yard operator, both of Por
Dover, will divide the expected

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GHOST TOWN Air warden Milton Luhs blows his whistle for
pedestrians to clear the street at New York's usually busy 5th
.AV. and 42nd St. During the practice air raId aler an estimat-
:ed eight and one-half million New Yorkers sought shelter.

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blushing as it's never bi

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,000 Treasure Hunt

On Bed Of Lake Erie

e' tau r t aei LrcI LICanaiauln govuv- ILt took tiree passeaa uiore i T e major prob iu ou inuin
ig ernment takes its cut. landed on the deck. It's Icy cold where the treasure is located a-
d. Holzer is the only diver -to and pitch black at _hat depth joard the 267-foot vessel was
a stand on the decks of the old but the deck felt solid and she solved by construction of a four.
of ship since It went down. was standing upright" ton diving bell by Gamble and
t- He made the descent a fewi Difficulties of thg operation Maythem.
go weeks ago and is believed to hold were described as nearly "Insur-
st an unofficial depth record for mountable" by Smith, a World "We'll be able to stay dowi
Lake Erie. War II Navy diver. looking all day,"- Holzer said
"I went alone. It was rather "You can t see. the decks are "Once we pinpoint thq captain'
D- foolish because if anything had littered with cable$ and debris cabin-'where we hope the trea
*d happened there was no one to and you're restricted in how long sure is-we can die directly tc
st come to my aid." he said. yo'i can stay down, Smith said. It in regular equipment."
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e- Civil Service Commission. Chairman

SAttacks 'Dilution' Of Career Benefits
. Attacking the "dilution" of numbers 134. 0-ll-time pool- administratorrs imut makq ever
d benefits and privileges afforded tons, of wh 8,000 are over- effortt to comply not only w3th
- to genuine career employes of eas. / he letter but with the spirit f
)- US federal agencies, Chairman (A local observer I that .he Commlssion's instructiohL
rt Philip Young of the Civil Serv- perhaps 90 per cent ea deral 'for example, an agency must
d ice Commission touched on many employes in graded wltions make every effort to place It#
aspects of federal employment with the Army apd Air Force own people...
in a recent talk In Washingtpn op the Canal S!om- e are la "II M aM p to the
before the Society foa Personnel Schedule A). to ohai de t
Administration. Young stressed the carefral eaet s
Noting that he tfoun4: "be- 91 nuemar to oM t
wildering array" of execute t- many -a o tQA.
ders, rules, regulations, procO- ~ y-m g Jos t-h- U I a
dures and Acts of Congress career service, on the ofl Ih V te"
earning the Civil Service s nsm a return to the spoils op.- Itih er In
when he returned to federal tem, on the other. Civil Service, Youn' d:
service last March. Young noted Nothing that there are many "Iargely due toa o0 lead,
the sharp fluctuations in federal able administrator in federal ershion th ep 6ft M t,
employment during the last 15 service. Youn W efvor0_ $ v ranc fa --'
He drew attention to the Pres- O, la1tM oain ", obil'sthea st f
dent's assurance of hid sincere experience" as a part of the initi tfg sd t'B in y
belief in the merit, system, add- governmental development pro- needed %m~r ovementfi the per-
ing: gram, sonnel program. I applaud the
"Thia poses in mv mind two Commenting on tihe current IOnte and obJ6ctiveiof the Post
m p sOienand civil Service C f m
major problems. First, a deft- reductlon-in force program, he mitt6es of both Houses.
nliion of what Is the mit said: o-
system be established that will "A" ..0 thl pract aspec of "The passage of laws by
still leave room for. m r l es be problem. I. beUle we have gre, gening the
pension and contradiction. t under control. aspects of 'persnel adm litrt-
"To develop and build up the "Tl Government rolls have rgid hwevery and has increased the
career service, the privileges and been reduced by m out 88,000r now ono o ndourfle tty a ltt
benefits accorded to career em- since this adminlituon came "For example. both theT'hue
ployes should not be and can- into office. Onlyha of this re ave rider and the hon
priot be diluted with every sud- ducton reflects the dismil iof Amendment.r and the Wacertain
den Increase in rmplo vment to emIoye by redu n-in-force provAisons of the Vetera ainre
meet some crisis or temporary actions; the other half has been fince Act, enacted ainto law
emergency." accomplished by not filling job methne and procedures .ito lawhh
Tounrwent on to say that vace d r s methods and procedures-whigh
Yobne went on to say that vacaniuA created by resigna- it would have been wiser to leawe
be felt many positions now In tons, retirements, and t it ould have bee wler to le
the in r' e f I n it e category- kinds of separation that occur on a more flexible bais."
Schbedule A of CSC provisions right along.f
-should p" obably be consider Iredu ion of approx- ha
ed career jobs and the Com- mately 19,00 that is antci- IaufferBou
misitnn in making an attempt pated beaten now and next
toedfline a fair line of demar- For US Tdal
ke to ov-sp For US TM1al
The commission, he said. is even eWa tls compared
making a careful and thorough with disssals compared l
review of Schedule A which now ung went on to discuss the P s
Solicles outlined by the commit*. The Costa Rican chauffeur of
slon on the.teemplovment of se- the Cristobal Port Captain's car
parated career employes,. reiter- was charged with grand larceny
eating earlier announcements Friday afternoon, and the case
lushed before! that- wa. bound over to the U.S. Dist
"We will suspnd agenev au- trict Court for trial.
thority to Womote. demote or The defendant, Dennis Lloyd
R OS r*reassian Indefinite emploves Wilson, sla charged with stealing
S.\ whenever necewairv to provide leather pelts valued at $45
s R osemloyment opportunities for e In the d the
senarated career employes. erminals Division. and
"In addition to taking positive. for reshipment to I Salvador,
aweresaive measure, to replace according to thepolie.
laid-off career emuloyes, aseney rWilson was atelied to have
administrators and personnel sold some of the pelts to srioia
Colon merchants. He wasoe
S "" 'n over to the Canal Zee noe y
Robert ,Harvey the Panama Secret Polce.-
.I Of Army Engineers Body Of
Dies Su denly,
Die su ly Believed Found'
An Amerfltn employee of the A body Mch 4ks wsMbed .p
Armny EngiheeTs at Ft. Oulick on Venado bMach, 8Watudayv ft-
died early tools morning at Gor- ernoon has been tentatively
gas Hospital, apparently from a identified as that of CO .t.
heart attack old PhMIer, the 33rd- fanty
He was &ribert W. Harvey, 50, Rexlmmes Company c
who was admitted to the hoa- who d peare last Wedn
vital yesterday afternoon. hlle t g to retrime a
Mr. Harve., who lived at Ft. in net I the water.
GOulick, =rl%,. the Isthmus T he. y waF v mid fon s' the
in 1940. l fe 41he had beei 0'-bfd a 4:130 by OCat.
an employ 4 af Army E4* Robert 9. lUe1ie t of M at.
gineers." It a born tina y li1 ir p e-B used
Binghamton Maw York' Uw wide i the
Word as to funeral arrange- officer. '
ments is being awaited from uaneral pleas w m be
his mother Cele J. JoneA ed later.
of Vestah, Ww "Yortk i" to GoPSrg ia t .-.
Take US Food Civil DeOu :
Get Fired Chief D"t-A
BERLIN, Sept, N (UP) All AF
East Germb n g% ernment wo0rk
era among the ilmst 6000,000A0
persons who l ave gaked up free
American food packages In West
Berlin are to be fired. thIsm

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