The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00141

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H I MIL B O Xfinal one, from labor men whom
r wour nation's leaders should have
S' o heeded three years o.
The1 i en l1 6e h eoo feg" tm lformeadae of The Prn.m. Amer- e We ormed that the "step-
l ty. t eWe -ou l ed o et**l e nT d If e hse anl o modhad ft i ,nmlaunched by the loviets...
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L edIA ATT AT O dIa eie Lortin Ameri es, nd the conti-
.Flou e Io u ep e plw e i.b .t tnpagea le.th. gos lavia, the repeated wanton
metobi'l o he t lnt ha hele tI. cshleat mowenem. violation of Swedish and Danish
Ao r*Wr e oe wiu e s o onolll a fo imeitua ad uahvee soil I by Russian Ones and war


ebuIm s h lt mf o k oh ots wh ips, the vare euongre d hundr-.
--o takings In Swec'45 and lIrtualin,
S LOCAL ATACTION the develop wing PeroStain e .Axis.
condAns e wer cnd toA AelO wo In Latin America, and the contl -
Tr the bms wrho sign thei naes as Rl n (l nuous flow of armsof aggression-
Tmo thetot m o ndhe sho siedntheir names as Ralro sMal to Communsthin all att es .t"
Fto. bept. ilf add to their fellow-edtizen w as botheyes on to a course of "calculated politl-
Sjob (Mall Do, Sept.es 8) I like to saytit. d much. el provocation and reke war- o"


am iteros tndhone wonders fmor oPanamaad plet's tha ve moa otn a.d leein woar- -
daoubt about behat bleroht merAskthat' s thenwhol like advE6turo .IN"
ber o in oler oby Atmericansk this b you th e whole We are being warned that t


a n s o bchm Ainmer ipcapins. n the or oe th .ries of new wars Is inevitable
cNo o~ mare were, and to quote you, pns" who pt In rres oe ar istln iae
l yt then should yah be pusz ed f th e andit oe yovt. saw n until the men of tody'sere e-
to build them quarters? aan me tpuane toy e o cvin ed
My dear bun s the r"aliens" should lbe oying a much thee can never win.
thicker icae of the dake Ionstead lf thea Youl k what enb d ofe This means "an in wree in the
the sick. o the number of US. fighting force is






sback home'taintor asu ni&e. as itis lise. Fr onedthi you leaderso nor 5in5t. o aL
As for your being brought here, tha's Ir0% corny. A aum- Fr.'e Europe."
ber of gringos come here' by request bit ,h majority are here This warn l oepo frot theo


cause back home 'taint a bnnce as It isdere. or oname thn you leader of e ver9t^,1o, 1 I tw
couldn't afford maids and most of you du't sport '52 Olds workers, perhapSr 0,n if0 j
and Buicks. If theasethings were osthelIr e horne you'd .be an aetomrte s uat were Ipoen-
there and not In my country ripping ove my nquestionable ble-wmakhigiup the iglef le t
rights. "powerfulfeeatlifh @1
I lived in America for many years at d n it and believe working men tthe wool.
you me I know your type, you're anl strictly bof rgan basement This warning that we might
material or you would t haverthe crus to write and tll the not be e able to f"avoid a nw world
Board of Directors such bilge, yes God BIs America and you war, nor win it. comes td ay
'bums" too for you know ilot what you t~ from the AFL's eeoutive council,
u "u3rightwlt" in a dramaile report to the 776,
ema. aan rthodelegates to the Feder aiont 's 1st




le otoahav~em pos ebutItw eereconventi .on teo and It Proves nfrt m
-de o nILGT'S g]O that not "Wall street" nor soame
tSir: mythical eorporadion super g ov-j
o th co the s. obreltos. don't like their pay and working en nt hates the ov et .
conditions. Hanw 3me a rying towelome, smlay while I ask The nations working peovlt e ... "'.
thei, who bat themselves olmade thosern idn,. do. Let's hi,, Eo asth e
For 25 years their Etnire rivalled GO iboas. The)y wrote oriental world.
the strinNent rules governing hiring of pdot, broke every one This waflning comm from the C om bat Pay
f them to worm favored labor foremen. hlilts, radiEo oer- ame AF. oh',fs who on the at-
stors. sanO and sons-in-law of minor f ae ar d plota into terwoon of June 24,T31. dl-
their Umpire W while Jealously throws the bre un thu ndreof natitedp two telegralm to W -












b i dig t oat be ploong ierhbng e1t h osBonk lhrs eS t #*1 be ben li 11 I;
ap lriOmest ship cal tainas. Yet now they Arf for the nl- into. 0
St andard Ibad on those im te cap lais would .ale r8a One went to Semgt7 of i -- t -
a 'them to D an Acheson.t he- ot, ty 0e' t D NW TW-AUthe are up aliaover Thisah Is sl unf r tonsy al
Deael noIon Years frightened them. Ships were sc88ce, so fense Secrtflary LOUIS JtOt etra t f -loin
tressted every proposed change that would have r edeed It's time now ti w e i "eg "ts fn" a-.lW Ie'
tc rk t wrinthours alod woahen wshing t improved they v all imade public. e k the t
tX96M In their own web. teri:'os theeWWI AP t
Just when they were about to eat some tolgh crow texty o IMt
'IldUt Of that Ole the 40-hour week loomed, and time and "PM endwing vl an eatIu and for the11;- -momtt..,e.
.a Aatoo rich a dish to pass up. so long hours remained in fashe- ee 1twr1.,N o w Te law. DMtl etra ie
]But meanwhile they'droselyted for inclusion in Civilf S stroOl uAres t OWe t 08 to men *be A to W_ ; tfflo.
V 41.andaeddenly Of It. Ye un1dsl Thue they r nhd emmett Cec tsl snma w S nsi n d"A i OtN. V 4,.0Wr.i- OS ,_
own met again, Clongrea had handed Civil serviceua SN Creeps frau SC W 5 the Mt tg--
ae dat preduoed overtime scale. an fay..f
orT crw hasn't been tanderised so uitremnow at ZTalreaR n Metia Stpro- It ft Inv.

,the When tahy leave their houses until they return 'tner. can trdgmtbag fotnt
olr day mhav be long, operhiaps 16 hors. But only 7 horse rea ot be entte l bMin W
ar u don o th e actual. ranst. The other o arefo getin to "Tgto E "teri Bfl"hm a- n- -




StheS cipst ng antat anchoring' tun Lakenie atnby traio rta wilRh eo of A=aSnOA 5tot sM e S f-
nm the Isthmus. H nA st14AlI
It neod not be thatmy. Ships' movemeute are scheduled t i a
litIng ihn mn pe. A o onelahIon an bet sh a that wouldo.A...t _
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A down variations ddevelopents of this thenles t ohave Le"h0 t6 S. a
I be re wpreseta, adoh witmedt, only to meet the sam vetoedM- -p .,-11." "
ate tPands abiitbeondwhichcold -be streamlined that WS4ufl ne au tat he-otag-h0 MRfl
they of the work budt eight ho u eacb rday like other g tu.Aj1IurLI .. fama
lol an, ld. have pilots left a ei but It will never be daewhileI a..vo.l
they contrl the rles. for, like oanbes. t ]heir ft euitn .n VoIMtoe vunildsmb nMena h is111 S p .
ome fs and anytime an Impire's rules be nef it the Pshami inaof tiaf
SMn, SI's Purely coiniadental. inabelhowsterto In 11" ON th is
Another crying towel. plea wid ee@Tor dlenue fwtbbAs as f
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SPANISH ART SNOWI nv andi -1a01
On Avenida ,Euadbr near the Brtish Legatlon Re sidence W .,*. Te mt ot, r t 2f- A a t.uihe k
Is'" ora rothe fine new building of te th Newsppermen'si-On. Ine-th -a *thou a" -St-n WHO M.
..r appr,.imatel, two more weeks there Is housed -in this
budingtthe most inspring exhibition ever shown on the Iduh-mie.
Sinus of Panama. It sUeoa from Spain and In it ar e&wbent-
It is .du to he enpandeg ntytaive of Panama that we
'ae fortuatte enough to nave such an exhibition here, and It -I
Is one whih no t lover would wish to min
e.t -, of the World, and we who become Vfar the -m.
ditt of really fine art a- delighted beyond words.our MAN AS" mTOWN

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a a Route jM1iss Ruth Grimm: Misa Eleanor
number Healy; Henry K. Joh n sone,
-te Axel Carl, a WOJO and Mrs. Randall J. Joy-
oago sifp arrived yester- ner; Mr. and Mrs. Donald E.
iC rstob h ftom N.'w Or- Judson.
as. he Is trapsiting the Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Kline;
today en route to Darien Prc George A. Koury: Mr. and
re ftd will pick up a cargo of Mrs. John Kozar; Ward F. Laf-
bar.. lin: William J. McLaughlin, Ill.;
SMiss Alice Macher; Charles F.
*0 Danish ship inderdwent, Magee. Jr.; Cpl. and Mrs. Arthur
'reahiis yesterday at Cris- E Martin; Mr. and Mrs. James
l before mokin", the Cenal Matthews, Cpl. Robert A. Miller.
'UPt. .- will leave for Plo- Ira M. Pavn.?; Mrs. Kate Per-
et r y9ekine no her rqrcn. klns; Miss Hazel Perkins; Mr.
t'i Company are the lo- and Mrs. William R. Pfizer; Mr.
A. and Mrs. Monroe Pollack; Miss
-" -- Angela F. Reilly: Mr. and Mrs.
*notev hin hine Rohback; Mrs. Ivis M. J,. Rowe.
bfte. Weelrt Service Robert Saarinen; Miss Leonida
-4, ve oe C. Satriale; Gen. Julian L.
The word's twn largest super- Schley: Mrs. Sheila Shreck; Mrs.
Mners' OrQeen Eliza be th and Millicent Simhon; Mrs. Sommer-
toMPn Mary will continue toWfreund; Mrs. Erne Spliter; Mrs.
pwvide weekly express service Llla E. Strumpt.
1WiNew York to Eurone each[ Mrs. Effte Thompson: Mrs.
Wednesday throuehojit the latter Maria Torbert; Miss Flora Varon;
months of 1953. qrcordine to the Mr and Mrs. Juan Veve; Mr.
(SUnerd smiling schedule released and Mrs. John E Wainio and
tod(u by thp Company's offices daughter; Miss Ardis M. Wil-
In Now York loughby; Mrs. Rosella A. Wood.
b With five other shins in regru-!
lar transatlantic service. Cunard
provides n pve'qr.' of three sqil- First Sung In 1832
Ilnq weekly to Furone from New'
SYork. en,' an equal number of BOSTON, (UPi "America"
ret,.-n sqillnms was sung publicly for the first
Thp Mauretr 'Ila "'hen she re-, tr.- on July 4. 1832 in the Park
tur-f tn tranFntl-intir servir on Street Church Here.
comoletion of three Sinshln. *
SCruises to the West Indies and:
South American next winter will
resume Railln from New York, fA r-
for Southamoton via Cohh and '0
SHavre on Anril I and with the
Britannir. u ill make regular calls
at Ireland during the yv.ar ..I


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01 q S. Anpon
Whirh Sails Friday
Two members of the Panama!
Canal Company's Board of DI-
rectors who came to the Canal
Zone to attend last week's Board
meeting ar.- sailing Fridav for the ,
United States on the SS Ancon of 1',
the Panama LAne. The Directors
are William R. Pfi7er. who is al-
so a vice president of the com-
panv and Mai. Gen. Julian L.
Nchey., former Governor of the
Panama Canal.
Also saillne on the Ancon is
Vincent J. Clarke, purchasing a-
gent for the company's New York .
of fire Mrs Clarke and Mrs Pfi-
*er Pre accompanying their hus-
br r, '-
T"- / -noon, with only 86 pas- .
encrs r listed to sail. is carrvlnRg *.
the smallest load of any Panama fna Ce n.
Line ship In past weeks. The ad-
vance passenger list follows: It's ** bo
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Ad- ,411* "
cock; Mr. and Mrs. John Atkin- Pspiftb
son. Jr.: Mr. and Mrs. Woodford *W **
M Pabbitt: Mr. and Mrs. James, ful ou *
D.. Boulger: Mrs. Geore iana *** vtYN
Bovdston: Thomas J. Breheny: Poll, when
Cpl. Charles 0. Brown; Howard accmM
Bnehler: Mrs. Patricia MI. Bur- Remte ..m.
set and son rve n o
Jamr-s L. Cicero, Mr..and Mrs. EurmWO mnU mls
Vincent J CliSA1 ; Frank L. ur sl-vis -ailt
Cunningham: Mr.,and Mrs, Clif-
ford E. Currier: 1r2. Constance I
Degen: Mr. and Mins. J-. Rowardl A'
Demarest; Pfc J e .J. Doyle;
Mr and Mrs. Ja:lfte : Drpyer?
and daughter. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K,.Erbe;
Cant. John V. Euaner; Mary L No. 3 "L" St ark
SOiswite and son; Mr. and M's., Tel 2- f t rk
, Dennis A. Gilbert and three sons; .


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t S1 FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS' f .OM tAL &
O Houyebold Aut"omobile e. .y i 400 f PROFPO AL
." SjALE:-B ft. a il porcelain F- Service Peirsnnel and Civillen 201 Al- Mes, 0 2. F s ves C *a
ids 25 cycI. $100. R 13-B. Governen Empoys TH TRIP OFYYOR LIFE 6-441 o. 4-," Pmect y ha t
Suseau. Navy 3445 mbt THE TRIP OF YOUR LFE
R SALE-Blond mahogany bed Government Employes Finnce Co N ONLY 45! the danger of ttes
EOR SALE:-Blonde mahogany bed- When you finance your naw A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PAN- Nov U% weather 1ah '
Snom st e t n Saes. T.Ir- r und car. AMA CANAL, to COLON, S AN Campnee Water
phone Panama 3-4260. AINCY UHLINIWR BLAS, and PUERTO IELLOI P AMN. REMOVABLE ALUMIM
i SALE L.uxurious diningroom Ne. 4 Auli Bow Lost, two tours of the year -- Cainea. DcrR
set. Bookcase and bedroom set.r Phome 1-454 -4gg85 Sept. 19-20-21. Oct. 3-- Cafino Am No rervw SCREEN FRAMES
No. 3, 47th Street Apt. 6, Pan- FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger '"Pscadora leaves Pir 17o Pal r d Note the e
ama_ & mcomnneriel at Agencias Cosmos. Friday 6 o m. .saving Shtf wes-
FOR SALE -Frigidaire refrigerator 8 on Automobile 'Row No. 29, tele- Arrives Colon Strangers Club) 2:30 n. 435 S. 1. 30% to 40% jheapler than
cu. ft Excellentr condition. Trans- phone Panama 2-4721. p. m. 8.1877, Cristobl any other i eem
portes Baxter. next to El Roncho BARGAIN! Owner going to the Leaves ColQn 9:30 p m.- for San Fosater' ages, completely I. Carl be removed Or re- -
FOR SALE. Refrigerator Coldspor. States, Chrysler Newyorker 1949. Blos and 9(. Hft a mile beyond Sw 5 t placed in a few secondfl.
60 cacle. double bed complete A-1 condition, leather upholstery Puerto Bello. returning Colon Sun- ra, FOr Information vislt or 3. 3 or 4 pound rht makes
Dining table, chairs, mtor 2-HP. radio, low mileage. Any reason- day afternoon. Doinar. Tivoli Avenue No.' cleaninR it house-
bqby crib, youths bed, stroller able offer, Auto Omphroy. Leaves Strongers Club, Colon Man- 01 70, Panama. keepingR ob.
- .rhone 916 Colon FOR SALE:--1951. Ford Victoria, low Through Canal to Balboa. HussC WA* f at Saht 4. Frame nve rusts, rota or
OR SALE--Selling out furniture mileage, new condition Phone of- Balbdb to Sqn log, return to Colon IO t APNrL Balbo 2 needs pai&tt*n.
new and cheap 3 piece li.ingroomrn fice 83-6103. 5 $45 00. O 5. Screen easily re,1aee at
set. dining table. china closet. FOR SALE--C.dillc Fleetwood 1947, From Colon to Sao Bias and return FIR RENT fraction or .1afw Oit..
.1pedreom set Roy Nurse 7035 duty paid and in perfect mecha- $40,00. .A Admits moreWta nd U UHht.
'Apartment 17. Colon. nical condition. Call Panama 3- Thru Canal only (either wayl $10._, Ap itin t s
3341. from 8 00 to 12-00 and 00. Meals cared by Hotel El Pani.. atAIRA APARTMKMi k EO. F. NOVEY, INC.
H.elp Wanted 2.CO to 5 1/ p m. Bring sl ., shorts, bothn To five room furnished 2 A
WAIED: sCreon nd tidy motd e191 HILLMAN MINX 4 door ud- urned apartments; privatetn' TS ,
WANTED: Clean and tidy maid 19 HILLMAN MIN r water fishrng light jacket or sweet- C gardens. 8061. th StrtT. 8410
for general housework, good ula- sedan, 1phosed NEW late Ocr, r. and i1 RON RGET YOUR CA. CriRtabol. telephone Coken
ry, good room. 10lh Street No. 31. tober 1951 5.000 miles. lke MERA ANb "ROLLS OF COLOR I186.
San Francisco. new, excellent condition, saEriftce FILM.
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NftSork 43021 i 00-7.-1 2
petroit 400 000 000-0 3 1
Miller (44) and Slivers.
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Wash. 002 010 0000-3 10 C'
Cleveland 130 000 0001---4 10 1
Porterfleld (13-14) and raso.
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PAila 100 000 000-1 4 C
Chicago 002 002 21x-7 11 0
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S Valdds, 150.
LACONWCO Jame Correa, 145.
.jglfe "'eptleman jocks" have
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1 j". GermAn Susin of the Ar-
rentine Federal Police.
The riders are all members of
4flBet panama Riding Club."


-nmee d the Day)
0 6, Sept. 17.-Favor-
Song" had to battle all
onf winning the one
Purse at Belmont
our, year old chestnut
gtground at the start by
In. Jockey Willie Lester
IZe Slon along 'the
but she wa blocked enter-
Ihe backstreth. She had to
back before finding an
on the rail and driving
-for a one length vic-
to .-'
"enchanted Eve" ran second
"Goddess" was third.
Qll Bong paid five-40, two-90,
and two-40. The winning time
M one minute and 40 seconds
on% fast track.


Calumet Farm's "Mark- Ye -
Well" continues its campaign
for the three-year-old crown to-
day In the Jerome Handicap at
Belmont Park in New York.
Mark-Ye-Well is favored in the
20,000 one-mile stake.
Eddie Arcaro will ride Mark-
Ye-Well. If Arearo wins, it will
be his 35th stakes victory of the
ar. Leading challengers to
-rk-Ye- Well in the Jerome
Handicap will be the one-eyed
COt. "Armageddon," and Green-
tree Stable's "Tom Foe'.'

Three dally newspapers in
'NO* Orleans have resumed the
-printing of race results jollow-
4ng a six-month blackout.
-'The New Orleans States, the
Tianes-Picayune and The Item
lMY In editorials that withhold-
'racing results Is no way to
gambling. The three stop-
rAznting racing information
oLenths ago at the request
Superintendent Joseph
ug. Racing fans continu-
get the Information from
town papers.

Counter-punching
scored an up-
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TENNIS-The world's number
one amateur tennis player -
Prank Sedgminan of Apstralia-
denies that he's rebelVed any
offer to turn pro-let alone ac-
cepted such an offer. There
have been many published re-
ports in United States and
Australiant ppeh-thast lproesa-
sional tennis promoter Jack
Kramer has offered Sedgman
$75.000 to Join the KraOier
troupe. Sedgman says, "I have-
n't seen the offers."
SYRACUSE, N. Y.- Middle-
weight Joey DeJohn boosted his
stock Monday night by belting
Irish Bob Murphy into subsle-
sion in the third round of their
Scheduled 10-rounder at Syra-
cuse.
DeJohn. who weighed 167
compared to Murphy's 183 3,
was in command all the way
until referee Ruby Goldstein
stopped the bout in the third.
DeJohn knocked Murphy down
for a nine count in the first
round with a right to the jaw
followed by a flurry of punches
to the head.
The fight-stopper I1 the third
was a right which OSbt Mur-
phy over the left eyv sent
him reeling into the ropes. De-
John had Murphy helpleu on
the rdpes when Gok% bn halt-
ed the fight at two minutes and
one second of the round.
BASEBALL The Cincinnati
Reds have signed. a 17-yearlda
pitcher who was a member of
the Cincinnati arn WVRlh won
the American Le*a "Wo.ldte
ries" this year. Te R&eds hoe
assigned right-hander Howard
Whitson to their Columbia farm
team in the South Atlantic
League.


Fight Rfelsb

Monday Nigt
SYRACUSE." N.Y.--Tuey De-
John, 167. Syracuse. N..,
ed out Irish Bob MurpiN,,
San Diegb, Cal., (3).
BOSTON Johnny Qcmativ.
134, Oakland. Cal., outtew di
Georgia Araujo, 1833%, 9R
lence, R.I. (101.
BROOKLYN Joe
155. Philadelphia. ot
Georgie Small, 156%,
(10o. .
SAN FRANCISCO. -
Chavez. 129, Compton,
pointed Jimmy Savala,
Madera, Cal. (10 '.
CmICAGO-Waldo
Milan. Italy, outpohated
Shade, 139, Detroit (S),
NE* ORLEANS HaM,
lon, 167. New Orleans,
Rocky Gatlin. 1671,4.
La. 18).
HOLYOKE. Masr. 1weM4
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'made it plain to the Giants last night that the W NI Le 8ue
age of miracles is past when they scored a 4-2 TEAMI Won Lot Pet
Brooklynu.......91 53 .63
?."ctory over the Pirates to go four full games York .. ...87 57 .S66
,',ead of their rivals with only ten more for each st. Louis .. ....4 61 .571
Philadelphia......79 65 .5419
"<1 play in the National League stretch. Chieago .........7 74 .49
Cincinnati ...... 64 81 44
,-The Dodgers gained the tri- Giants who were blanked withBoston .........63 82 .434
,lAph on some more timely ijust three hits by Chicago knuc- Fittsburgh ...... 40 108 .270
Ztlome run hitting by Gil Hodges kle bailer Warren Hacker while .
.0od Duke Snider and some strong, the Cubs were pounding out ten, TODAY'S GAMES
nlief pitching by rookie Jim off New York pitchers, Including Chicago at New York.
Hughls. 'homers by Fondy, Harry 'Chiti Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N).
a Hodges put the Brooks ahead and Bill Serena. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
to. stay with a two-run homer in Leo Durocher gambled and lost only games scheduled
the second his 32nd of the with rookie, pitcher Jack Harsh-,
,"year and Snider embellished man who was kayoed as the Cubs VI:STRIV)'S ItESIULTS
,things when he came up with hie made six runs in the first three Pittsburgh 000 100 001-2 9 0
-Wth in the fourth. Th6 final innings. L ooldyn 020 110 OOx-4 8 1
"'Srooklyn tally was produced on Elsewhere in the National Ditekson (14-211 and Garagio-
a Angle by Rub? Walker. Hughes' League, Robin Roberts became Ia.
.,sacrifice and Carl Furillo's sin- the circuit's first 25-game win- Loes, Hughes '1-01, Black and
4le ner since 1939 when he pitched Walker.
It was a dismal day for the, the Phillles to a five-hit 3-2 hc
victory over Cincinnati,. strik- Chicago 114 000 102-9 10 0
., ing out seven and walking r New York 000 000 000-0 3 1
ni n D none. Hacker (14-8) and Chiti.
The Cardinals twice topped the Harshman (0-1). Corwin, Ken-
TBraves 8-6 and 5-1. In the open- nedy, Picone and Westrum.
nKap To Be Run er, two homers by Solly Hemus ---
W UW and on& each by Stan Muslal andI
A LLarry Miggins gave rookie Stu TWILIGHT GAME
A; n 8u nas Sunday Miller his sixth win in a relief: St. Louis 100 O0C2 410-8 11 3
role. Boston 000 301 101-6 8 1
NEkht gentlemen jockeys will In the American League, Cleve- Mizell, Miller 16-21. Chambers,
df1pte honors t n the featured land stayed alive behind tireless Yuhas. Brazle and Rice.
$500 "Gentlemen Riders Handl- Mike Garcia who rebounded Spahn (14-161. Jester, Chip-
cab" Sunday over a distance of from Sunday's trouncing by the man, Cole and Cooper
seven furlongs at the Juan Fran- Yankees for his 21st victory. Lar- NIGHT GAME
Co Race Track. ry Doby doubled home the win- St. Louis 001 100 120-5 7 0
The winning rider will be re.t ning run after Bobby Avila sin- Boston 010 000 P030-1 6 1
warded with a beautiful silver gled with two out in the extra Brecheen and D. Rice.
Gophy. The purse, however. will inning. Johnson, Chlpman and Burrls.
be distributed among the own- Rookie Bill Miller, who had a --
erg of the first four horses just no-hitter until Johnny Groth1
like in any other classic race and Fred Hatfleld singled in the NIGHT GAME
85 per cent for the winner, 20 for sixth, wound up with a three-hit Cincinnati 200 000 000-2 5 0
the place horse, ten for the third Yankee triumph and his second Phila 000 202 O-x-4 9 1
placer and five per cent for the over DetrOit 7-0. Jordan (0-1). Church, Nuxhall
fourth place nag. Miller also drove in two runs and Landrinth.
Mutuels betting will be accept- .as did Joe Collins and Hank Roberts (25-7, and Lopat.
'6 on this race which will bejBauer with homers.
fte weights and riders for the White Box 2-1 as HarryBd Amer L
lace: litRHd Chicago to seven hits to TEAM Won LoIt PId.
"LEVADURA Capt. Victor Mata, his 15th win then lost 7-1 as Joe .Ne .. .. 57 .64;
'..R. .Dobson pitched his 13th victory Ne d......... .604 .
"JEPPERIN Plo de Ids Casares, for Chicago and rookie Rocky Chicus........ 77 69 .537
* Krsnich contributed a homer. Phbilalpihta .. .. 76 71 .571
'"' RAS TIME Lt. Martinel }55. In the only other American Ba : ... ..... 74 7" .514
1% VAJO TRAIL Leopoldo Ara- League game. the Red Box out- Wasinton .... 74 i .507
Vn, 155 slugged the Browns 11-7. St, la ms .. .. .. 58 86 .408
iOYITO Luis Carlos Hernan- pol lDetli t ......... 49 95 .40
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Special Troops 1 0 Il.to
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Navml Station 84 VP-45
370th Easr 51 Maduro 4 .
Tonight's Games
1st Game
Girls Team vs. Old Timers
2nd Game
Special Troops vs. Naval Stasoa
The Naval Station qut!t
champions of the Atlantic BSU
ketball League, advanced to the,
semi-finals in the first annual
Invitational Tqurnament to be
held on the Gold Coast.
The way things shape up now,
the Navy boys seem almost cer-
tain to meet 370th in what
should be one of the most soe
national cage battles in manu'r
year Friday night when 1H
championship round coynmpe i
round. Monday night the MR
gtlns of the Navy, Normal DaLoa
and Bob Hellerud were in the
peak of form, scoring 31 and ,"
respectively as their team rushiq
all over the VP-45 quintet to
score an easy 84 to 50 victory
The Maduro five went down
310th in a bitterly fought ba0e.
51 to 49, 370th duplicating lat
week's feat against Gtbaltat.
Harry Smith carried the attack
for the 370th, scoring 23 points,
and Stone added punch to the
victory, with 11.
SFor the Maduro team,
accouWted for 22 of the ,
markeos. TU toss for
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Allen 0 2 6
Stefan 0 1 0 1
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Froat 0 0 0 0
Sparks 1 1 5 3
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Gibson, R. 5 4 3 14
McArthur 5 1
lolbrook 4 4
Ltwack $ 4 5 22
Presho 0 4 0
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ASHIxOTON. Sept. 17 UlP) .
e iford Taylor cared todayI Let th people know the truth Md he
-*1m plapts administrator that ..
"armed services hierarchy" rWENTYSEVENTH YEAR PANAMA, I. P., W IfDN AtSfW'B H
S refused to give small bus- TH E
I ts fair share of military -
Irtracts. Fl -
T aylor, ending 11 months of Ds in mE- E
CseSecretary Robert A. Lo- EBVmE FW lI
.i directly responsible for the
parentt hostility" of the De- .
Department to the SIPA

,e told President Truman I anned H-Bor u
Ahe report that Congress should.
ive the agency power to ear-
mark contracts for small bual-; CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Sept. 17 1
5ss if the situation does not i UP) The acting chairman of
rove by the end of the year.!the Joint Congressional Atomic ',
assistant Administrator John Energy Committee has disclosed O ats 1
Indicated he would make such a fic this fall probably will be "an o
recommendation. explosion greater than has ever V, '. *
At present. the agency only been set off before."
can advise the Pentagon's pro- i ed *'t A X 4U
curement officers on the award- But Rep. Carl T. Durham
ing of military contrails. (D-N.C.), acting chairman o- 0 --
Lovett's response to Taylor since the death of Sen. Brien
was that he has "little enthu- McMahon. said he is "not at NEW YORK, Sept. 17 iUP)- the trade union was formed In
slasm for having Mr. Taylor liberty to may" whether the The AFL's 71st convention was 1801.
tlek his arm through my United States is preparing to turned into a political forum He predicted earlier the can-
sleeve and sign the contracts." test the first hydrogen bomb. yesterday, with President Tru- vention would endorse a can-
Lovett added that he himself man and three top members o01 date, and hinted he belleved
"has great enthusiasm for pro- President Truman o r d e r e d his Democratic administration it would be Gov. Adlal E. Bte-
cgrement of the right articles at work on the terrifying "hell- lambasting Dwight D. Eisen- renson, the Democratic ,2O-
the right place and at the right 'bomb" on Jan. 31, 1950. hower and the Republican Par- ftinee.
time." Durham revealed that he plans ty. It was disclosed that the con"-
to attend the tests at lonely Eni- Mr. Truman sent a message to vention resolutions cominitteb
'Taylor said small business has:wetok Atoll but that super-se- the 800 delegates representing had received a resolution asking
been awarded less than 60 ppr crecy surrounds the project. more than 8,000,000 union mem- the convention to endorse Ste-
cent of the defense work it is Preparations for the tests have bears saving hat the Republioan venson and his running mate,
eoaable of handling. been underway for more than a presidential candidate -appar- Sen. John J. Sparkman.
If this trend continues he year. ently "has now made his peace The resolution, submitted by
said, the multi-billion-dollar re- The exact date will depend with the author of the Taft-, delegate C. J. Haggerty of the
armament program will have "a upon weather and certain tech- Hartley law," Sen. Robert A. California Federation of Labor.,
profoundly dislocating effect on nical conditions, Durharh said. Taft of Ohio. said the Republican Party "has
the national economy and a po- Averell "arriman, mutual se- made the survival of the labor
tentallv disastrous e f f e c t on they're successful," he curity administrator who un .movement a political issue in
the notional economy and a pc- said,o therei'l be an explosion curiy awel
teatly disastrous e f foom. e c t on a th successfully sought the Demo- the coming campaign."
e ly disastrous f on greater than has ever been set cratic presidential nomination, It accused the party of being
me aid the Defense Deart- off before It will open up the charged that Eisenhower had "intent on destroying the rights
S id the Defewn se Depart- gravest era in the history of been so confused by his party of the American worker."
sntas he m" for t o the worldprogram set tht he was getting "history all It also accused the OPF Plat-
lp'-by Congress to channel more Durham cOnfirmed. that the botched up." % form Committee of receiving
contracts to small manufactur- magnitude of the explosion Is He agreed with Elsenhower AFL representatives in an "in-
M one reason for he site be lig that there was a "mess in Wash- suiting manner," of nefuing
Sone areas from the vaddesert b ington," but said it was in "the them an adequate heating and
iIfu' scene of most recent a to az ic Republican Party." rejecting their platform pro-
tests. Secretary of Labor Maurice J. posals.
Moving the site to the tiny Tobin told the delegates lsen*. The convention will Wets on
Sf atoll, touchedd Offsmlo0ns hower would have to make up the resolution next Tuesday.
b W L that scientists have reached the his mind "whom he wants to This was Delhocratic pe at
testing stage for the hydrogen listen to," Taft or men within the edWMntion yesterdly but
21- 1in 6 As bomb. c the labor movement. the Rhepsbflcans wIhif l Sex
Me si Eisenhower hid say later today, teMB lse.'
W *Owfwbb in J Previous a t o m I c explosions wn remarkable wisdom" Irn bower and other Reyfblicant
ialboa's new sewer hit the big have utilized uranium = o aloms n1 ark M a an r Reptib
*CM this month when the story In the nuclear fision reaction. deciding to reject Imp nt .apk.
its m oned in ostthu nuclcfl arto react OP platform planks and a t- eveme a scheduled to ad-
Srecent Issue of the Military Sputting of hyarogn atoms, ct Democratic Onw. dress the convention nhX MOmn-
Ift jneur. official publication of with an uanilue bA nb as federal Security Adminstr Trt n
Nos Society of Military Engi- the trigger, Is neeiee to re- tar Oscar St. t m recsDed the .Tromna, In utesge
ln1. Copies of the September- lease several hubdred times "dark days Od the Ipresion," read to the emveifw, aMd
0ober issue, in which the ar- the amount of energy, when war vete s= wo march- that "sate of thespia In-
alle appears, have just been Durham disclosed that the ex- ed on Washin0toa wore turned tersts we already pt- ding
M0S ed on the Isthmus. plosion will be of the "station-.. back"w.it bayonets and tear their an for a tfeMh ttack on
4tae author is Charles McG. ary" type, rather than being a bombs under the able direction labor In the event oft a epub-
Mtramdl. an dngtneer with the "drop." of a genes namds D.ou.gI re. p Votory."
Mtlntenance DiVision. The arti- It is believed that the test le- MacArthur, gaiay sMd W y asa he had seet Indita-
cMe Is randl's third to appear vice is too big and possibly too an assistant named 2wighnt D. ta rentty in the Wll Street
iA tie S lntary Engineer. His heavy for present craft. Bgnhower." Jomnal that "plans aeafsoot in
lrst article reported the mov- Durham added that no mill- 'reM pa l the w In him Wall -teet to make the Taft-
J fa larg I e water tank from tary equipment such as ob- opeting addr.s. Monday for an litey tlaw even mow opprea-
0:j baDm; his second der solete ships will be blown up AFL convention to talpolitical ,it, atid unfair than It is at
vMlmd the building of an air- in the test. action for the first tteM since preeut.'" v.
itn1 Beirut. jot U Republicans are pos-
ims article on the sewer. sesaed ib. a hostility to labor,
oftes the reason for its 9 but it appears that the Repub-
-the beginning of M miners John L. Lewis G1 ds Slicant isdate has now made
M rall plan to improve dis- his with the author of
Stbmof sewage. describes the the Tatl rtley law," Mr. Tru-
tion of the cast con- man"Oak.
SiI and the method of For Lon And Bitter Strike r- presentIng Harri-
Wntallation along the route manl hbe was "going to tI-
linaton storm and sa- r o-- troduce aA the next secre-
I bO sewer, l e w
'"I artie s l slustreted with WASHINGTON, Jept. V (VP) either the union nor e t f e-he would, as
t drawing and thre photo- John L. Lewis made a final etors ga any I an matter of act. make a great
ph, one showing sections of "progress" report to .the United $y4M1 3 their secret .w % tate."
ipe at the eating yard Mine Workers Wage- Comy Z==- t S affected- te Ha said Eisenhower
dthersan inside section of the mittee today, thenr for a strike weld be s. '. e bold
and the third and view long and bitter to back ')kers n 'NWthe"Irnb bo t't m qs and other
{g a curved section of the up his new eontram demands mines ..whdopeA- tiact i Jades beenjo far-flt-
trech in which the pipe was on soft eoi l eratC. ,Bundy. : ed thay f had any tdls eds
laid. The last shows the steel A walkout at Sunday mid about 88tut. aggression.
sbeet piling shoring, steel wales night appeared inevitable as the Utider the u ion's "no con- It Is t Shms score, he said,
md struts and the excavation 100-man c nttimlee .adjourned tract, .Ae W-.i pot t will that t s getting "hi
i'uropress ahead of the pipe indefinitely after meeting with be Jamed iy 100,01 0 Soahern tory all t.qSed up."
BIstallation., i ewis for 0 minutes. soft coal mter o ID days later. He sa 3 In 1945, Elsenhower
if no agrenaait is reaseh.L testified tOre a congressional
Lewis and Uher union offl- committee that "Russia has not
-llaft e me tga c ed t B with the slightest thing to gai by a
at nsbreate an ef- struggle apMh the United States.
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__L- _. iist i.MS VStff |aW more today *nn to keep friend*
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a ploed oTobnn his attack on the
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from bases in Scotland to the trying to iftence your sW ers
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