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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: 1925-
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]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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De Castries Of Dien Bien Phu


Weeps On Return To Freedom
GHANOIM Sept. 4 -(UP) -Brig. fliers," de Castries said. "Three Castries had talked was on the
C.e Christian de Castries, hero days ago I was permitted to speak radio an hour before masses of
of Djea Bien Phu, rode down the to two of them. ou see my health Communist troops swarmed into
Red River to freedom today and is not too bad, : takes a lot to his headquarters and told him he
wept openly on his deliverance hurt me physical and spiritual- was their prisoner.
from four months in Communist ly." In discussing the last stand, de
cativity. De Castries smiled as he talk- Castries said the white flag of
le Communists released de ed to newsmen. He grinned at surrender never was hoisted.
Castries, 52, at the prisoner ex- Cogny who was trying to regain De Castries had leaned on a
chance point at Viet,rl 34 miles his bearing. cane at Vietri and appeared tired,
northwest of Hanoi, with a brass The last time Cogny and debut refused to lie down and rest.
band fanfare and weird chanting
of Indochinese women *
.onerLtfela. F:.re Suspected Hurricane Stirs
uniform, ae Castries went aboard
In Windward, Leeward Is.
wander of the n -- o -
campaign, anM ...chment of-
F reio L gwmc in- MIAMI, Sept. 4 (tP)-Hur- strike already heavily-damaged
eluded some DinBien hu sur- ricane hunter planes scouted eastern MAssachuatta, southern
vivors, were waiting to render de another weather distUrbance In Ule and New Hampshire and
Castries full honors. Whe Leeward and Windward Is- northern Rhode Island.
De Caste had cntroled his Lands today to determine wh The thunder tor s will be
emoudns at Vietri, aBt when he their it was developing into the "severe' with "hail and gusty
ae at the laying season's fifth- hurricane, winds 50 to 75 mph.," the wea-
a& embraced Ca=y he burst their bureau said.
Into tears. .. .. Forecasters said the wave was
De Castries later said that the accompanied by n u m er ous MaMt of the storm region re-
Communists b held him in se- showers and winds up to 30 malned crippled by a power
clusion since s capture almost mph.blackout from Tuesday's hur-
four months ago. .the rea ricane which wept across Long
"Iiad few ontaects with my ef- A plane that scouted the area Island and up the New EnLg
r- om ..an Juan, uerto Rico, land seaboard before dying oit
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Wash. Hotel

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The swimming pool and the
bar of Hotel Washington remain
temporarily closed to the public
It was learned today.
It has not been decided by the
Panama Canal Co. as yet when
these two facilities of the hotel
will be reopened.
Many inquiries have been re-
ceived there from Colon resi-
dents who in the paut have been
frequent users of the pool.
The hotel, which had been
leased for the past eight months
to Inversiones Motta, BA., was
again taken over by the Canal
Co. as of Sept. 1.
Although some of the old em-
ployes have been retained, a de-
cision Is pending with regard to
the number of employes who will
be needed to run the hotel now.


435 Visas Issued

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'Peculiar Problem"

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UP) A Budget Bureau
spokesman declared here today:
"The Bureau of the Budget is working with represent.
atives of the Panama Canal Company and other govern.
ment agencies prior to drafting regulations for imple-
menting bill H. 179 which provides round-trip transporta-.
tion for the employee and his family for the purpose of tak-
ing leave at home.
"Every effort will be made to meet the peculiar probo
lem of the Panam6 Canal Company in the preparation of
the regulations."
The spokesman gave no indication as to when draft-
ing of the regulations is expected to be completed.
The Army, Navy and Air Force on the Canal Zone
still have no word from Washington authorizing them to
grant free travel facilities to their civilian employes.
The Panam6 Canal Company took immediate action
on receipt of word thet.President Eisenhowerhad signed-
the free vacation p tro-ti 94. .-.I


I e is opened < S.Miterk FArn- I
co.fTusa cafse today a*i-I
ed at taS ig the new
government ot Prmier Am-
mar complete control'of all Tuni
sian affairs except defense and
foreign relations. -
Despite a recent outburst of ac-
tivity by fanatical Fellagha out-
law, Tunisian officials on both
sides were clearly optimistic a-
bout the negotiations.,I
French minister for, Tunisian
and Moroccan affairs Christiuan
Fouchet was peeted at the air-
port last night on his arrival from
Paris by Ben Ammar, and sai
"I want to declare right now
the spirit of confidence in which
I come to open-with Premier Ben
Ammar' and under the aegis of his
highness the Bey.-the Frenco-Tu-
nisian negotiationsAjust approved
by the Freneh lparnyament.
French atu~ttoe were quick
to respond Sb-i. appeal by the
10 Tunisian ministers yesterday
for an amnesty for persons jail-
ed for political reasons. French
authorities canceluel all sentne-
a tof exile-imposea by adminis-
rative decree-
Last night a spokesman for the
military cabinet of resident gen-
eral Pierre. Boyer de.,la Tour told
newsmen 12 Failuagha outlaws
were killed in the course of the
battle Sept. 1. -at Diebel Orbat.
Pachuco Arrested

InO Nw Orbans.
Cops Suspect Iang
NEW ORLANS, Sept. 4 (UP)-
Police disclosed the arrest today
of a tattooed teenager and hint-
ed they may have uncovered u
nest of the terrorist Pachuco
gang in New Orleans.
The 17-year-old youth, police
aid, bears the brand of the na-
tlonwide hoodlum ring.
The gang's tattoo was between
the boy's thumb and forefinger
and concealed under another
tattoo-that of a rose.
Police declined to disclose full
details, but one officer said it
was believed the youth may be
able to lead officers to a New
Orleans Pachuco band.
The youth was arrested Tues-
day and booked for "Juvenile
about his possible connection
Swiththe teorrang after as-
therities s ethe rand.
Pachucos take pride in their
drug addiction and arecommit-
tea to a code of violence in
which rape and robbery play a
major part.
Police said it was not known
whether there Is any connection
between the youth end two sp-
&rate teenage agwan which
erupted here turday night.
The battles amt two boys to the
hospital, -aw with a broken
I W, the other with a fractured
Jaw.
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dB .4" WBi, up -t ,glum,
per hour w orec hur-
ricaoe-asnashd sections of New
England.
The Weather Bureau said
isolated thunderstorms would

Arur GodfreyWs
rounng Expres

Shorly, Says CAA
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 CP)
Radio and TV star Arthur
Godfrey,w wh ings were clip-
ped by the government last
March, will be permitted to fly,
again in 12 days it he meets two'
requirements, a Civil Aeronau-
tics Administration spokesman
said today.
Godfrey had hhis pilot' license
suspended for six motbs last
March 16 for "deliberately" bus-
sing the Teterboro, NJ., airport
control tower while taking off in
his private DC-3 transport.
The suspension expires Sept.
16. After that, the entertainer
may apply to the CAA for the
physical examinations and mul-
ti-engine flight test which he
must pass before he can pilot
the DC-3 again.
Godfrey told a Virginia Beach,
Va., gathering this week that he
already had passed a physical
examination.
The CAA here said it knew
nothing about this, but a
spokesman explained that nod-
frey could have been examined
by a private physidan.
Benefit Casino
Continues Open.
The benefit ambg catno
which opened last night at K3
Raee Garden wilt be. in fall
swing ab tonight beginning
Dice games, roulette wheels,
blakjaL e1., wll, be the 8-e at-
traetena and will continue
over the weekend.
The easo's pupoe is tos
aid ina mi eg f for the t es-
t Mnt of hdeMen's play-
gI das ti Pannami City.
Panama Youth
Fi"ed $600 For
Speed, Auto Theft
CWmA Chandler was a sur-
prised yth yesT rday when he
wa stopped by a Panamak po-
Wleoman for speeding
'NO Onlv was the 18-year-old
his car. an m the owner bad not
iWU l1nM- 1iu_ -to take it.
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we nre area
were withoutI..drr and faced
the prospects o 0 a long Lab1 V
Day weekend without ied
drinks or cooked meals.
Power company oficlals were
fearful more high wind from
new storms would cause ad-
ded delay in the .tedious Job
of restoring snarled electrical
facilities,.
Local officials were complain-
ing as the region wound up its
fifth day with scores of com-
munities still blacked out and
without telephone service.
Food spoilage because of the
lack of refrigeration was still
the major problem, forcing
homeowners to lug. tee and buy
food in daily small purchases.

Red Spy Ring

Smashed In Athens
ATHENS, Sept. 4 (UP) The
government announced today
88 persons have been arrested
and a nation-wide Communist
spy ring has been smashed.
Gen. Vassos Vrachnos, min-
ister of security, said those ar-
rested included 14 women.
Police seized the full records
of the organization along with
codes, radios, large sums of
money in dollars and pounds
and an underground printing
shop, he said in disclosing de-
tails of the crackdown.
Premier Alexander Papagos
announced yesterday the spy
network ithcluded both Greek
and international Communists
working against the Balkan al-
liance of Greece, Turkey and
Yugoslavia and NATO ,
Head man of those arrested
was Charilaoe Florakis, onetime
major-general of the Com-
munist guerrila army that
fought the Oreek government
and entered the country Illegal-
ly from Iron Curtaih neighbors.
Papagos said the ring used
huge sums of money and men
specially trained in spying at
schools in Russia and her satel-
lites.
Nothing Clear
TURIN, Italy, Sept. 4 (UP)
A ban on seml-trasparent
women's swim sits at the u-
roeean swimninfg ebamp n-
ships today bright sharp
comment from ceantetant
and a big drop In male at-
Stendanee.
The orgamag committee of
the U-annaal water earTnl
anm unee ud ra day tht
some of the a mere *aely em-
testaat wiere s s
which turned W-rapar-
eat when wet.
"Ridleano" mid bo I a 4
Gulvelh .01o8Swedem. Otn-
The box Aoe anmiJd male at-
tesdanee Ba rb-pped by hmlf
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Storm-Dampened
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Zonians were getting set for a Let's stay alert. Let's remember t
lag Labor Day week-end, the simple rules of the road.
lMany taking advantage of the Let' fool experts. Let's all be
trzee-day. holiday, set out yes- alive next Tuesday." ve
terday to Interior vacation spots. Labor Day auto travel normal-
Others who decided to stay ly is heavy because it brings the
home, are enjoying the free added volume of vacationing
time families heading home to get the
Schoolkids have another few children back in school.
days before they must troop The Safety Council, however, b
back to schools which begin said it Is expecting somewhat ,
registration on Wednesday. less travel, based on the ex-
No traffic accidents or nci- perienee of the Fourth of July
dents had been reported by press holiday when both travel volume
stime and even policemen were and deaths fell below estimates.
Enjoying a tranquil dayv We dare hope that all our
In the U.S. thouands of New warnings are having some ef-
Englanders-today-faced a Labor fect," the council spokesman
Day weekend blackout as dam- said.

further i instructions onted proper adily
Sthe wake of Hurrican ear Last year the council predict- d
which claimed 66 lives Tuesd mared by traff tradiathional ver th
President Eisenhower allocat- Labor Day weekends and gatherings of lac-
ed $1,500,000 n federal disaster t hoorga number kationsPrlled was 3den. The
funds for Massachusett but all-tie high for the holiday
distribution was held up pending came in 1951 when 453 were
further Instructions on, proper killed.o i

to enjoy theirlast summer h- organizations. President Een- 8
aoerythe Laboray week- powerr will Interrupt his Denver :
ed, an President senowner vacation to dedicate an atomic -
yesterda issued a special appeal power Installation at Shipping-
to motorists to "fool the experts" port, Pa.
and reduce traffic accidents.
SThe experts were betting that j|| l ll,,
the President's appeal will betAcI Uipe D WW I
heeded.
The National Safety Council I luA.Tm
estimated that 390 persons wihll III Lo -Tr/liy dII J
die on the nation's streets and in r S e n
highways from 6 pnm. last night Isip IA NA 1
until midnight Monday, Labor rWi IV IIVOllS A
Day.
But this figure represented a A Puerto Rican soldier and his
reduction from the estimates of girl friend who tried to commit
recent years. suicide by drinking muriatic a-
A Safety Council spokesman cid in what was believed to be
said the traffic death rate has a love tryst, were both in serious
been declining in 1954, compared condition today at Santo Tomas
with last year, and holiday traf- Hospital.
tic has shown a tendency to Panama police were investigat-
slack off. ing the attempted double sui-
Nevertheless, millions of per- cide of Juan Fidel Garay, 28, and
sons were expected to be on the his 18-year-old girl friend, Delia
move, both in the family auto Montoys.
and on public transportation. The couple, according to a
for the traditional last fling of police report, rented a room at
summer. the Hotel Bolivar, aad after
Airlines, railroads and bus dfnking the acid, waited to-
lines reported a heavy volume of gather for it to take effect.
business and scheduled extra Fortunately, someone on the
accommodations for the crowds. hotel staff entered the room a
United Airines said it expect- short time later, found them un-
ed to haul O000persons. 21 per conscious, and rushed the couple
cent more than last year, for an to Santo Tomas immediately. It
all-time Labor Day record. UAL was understood that the soldier
put on 18 extra lights may be transferred to Gorgas
Mr. isenhower e his per- Hospital later today.
onal appalin this tenr: He is attached to "D" Battery,
Let's carel i weekend. 764th AAA Da. at Clayton


errtsmans says tne
. ed o 845 personal o
them .to come to this
try.
Thogqands of. other persons
ho iave applied for visas un-'
er the emergency Immigration
rogram are being investigated
nritheir cases processed, the
department said.
Hal E. Short, department con-
ultant, predicted the goal of ad-
Ittlnr 209,000 refugees by Dec.
1, 1956, will be met. The pro-
ram has run into stiff criticism
rom some congressmen who
Iave complained It is moving
oo slowly;
He said 1,018 persons were in-
etlgated and turned down. Th6
principal cause was bad health
>ut some applicants were re-
ected on security grounds.
Another 37,146 applicants are
belng investigated or their cases
irocessed.


Rainbow City
Boy Dies In Home
A seven-year-old Rainbow Cl-
Y boy died at his home yester-
lav morning.
The Ohld was Antonio A. Reidl.
'he body has been forwarded to
Forgas Hospital for an autopsy.

Balboa Tides
Sunday, Sept 5
High Low
: 16 a.m. ............. 2:26 a.n.
8:48 p.m. ............. 3:02 p.m.


ymtrdayr, and will be reiiftred ater for He ih
fares they had paid for themselves and dependents rve
ing with them.


These were the first batch of
government employes to be of-I V Ua- L...
feared the opportunity of travel-J Oy
ling free of charge to their Id==
hometowns for vacation, under
the new signed vacation travelc j~o r l
bill wh=ch became law Thursday. I -e -ra .. '
Those employes who chose tolba"Or lnaindls
pay their own way yesterday are U
still entitled to take advantage
ofa free tra ortati. on bac T ALLAHAS a.. Sept. 4
home at a later date. (U) HarryAshmore, editor,
of the Arkansas Gazette in UXttlo"
The 17 Canal workers on theRock predicted toay that .
Crtistobal yesterday signed em- attern toward rato
ployment agreements which sti- he races wilbt hesr tIn ot"
elated they would rthern state lt o ithn he S*.
service of the Panama Canal Co. th-e syearts w.the
oreanother cwof yes "hoe y o
for another two years. Ashmore, one of the countrh..
h. -y Am leading authorities on school sef.
Hey FattyV regation, said however, it will
Hey7 Faty ,"many years and maybe nwv E
SW ..ibefore segregation is eratir -
Don r worry done away with in aoutinSother
a es n t, a. schools. n
About Smoking St h s oi o
A He pointed out. that In aon
OXFORD, En Sept 4 (UP) areas of the border states, tf
- Overweight is' more danger- trend non-segregation h.
ous to the middle-aed than ex- already started.,
cess smoking, a British profes- H.e said Vrg n_,. Tneme x
Kentucky, Arkansas and' Nrw .
sor said today. Carolina probably would beg
Dr. H. M. Sinclair of Oxford the trend next year but "it wl
told the British Association for probably take longer in la-
the Advancement of Sciente ma, Mississippi, OGeorgiai
that middleaged people more Louisiana."
than 10 pounds overweight stand He said every Southern state
a greater chance of dying from should follow Florida's examDle
the excess weight than they do and take advantage of the TA
of getting lung cancer from Supreme Court invitation to file
heavy smoking. briefs this fall outlining their
'views as to how integration
Sinclair also said that fat should be accomplished
children are likely to die at ear- "They have everything to anin
lier ages than their slimmer con- and nothing to lose. be0 aed.
temporaries. He pointed out that segrega-
-- _------------ tion is legally dead and tie a-
pearance before the court Is 'til
last shot the South is going to
have."
Ashmore stopped here today to
consult with Atty. Gen. Richard
Ervin about the Florida brief
asking an indefinite delay In
acomplishing Meregaton.
Ervin and A 0$wi sill ad-
dress the regional conference of
state boards of education and
chief state school officers in
Atlanta Sept. 6-7.
Anything


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at Boton's Police Headquartesraafter g avin himself up for
mdtlng In connection with tm eamap r Trigger
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MINEOLA N. Y Sept. 4 (UP)
--Pothilip Fatece felt so bad a-
bout beating his wife he hit hr
again to get hmsela" d t
day, police reported.
Officers said Pore
48, complained topQ t
husband was
when officers arui tern
them she didn't wnt V,
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14 Persian water
wheel
15 Beverage
86 Social insect
17 Pitfalls
18 Conclusion
119 Sewing
implement
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2 Viands
4 Iroquoian
Indian
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6 Shig's
company
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29 German river
30 Recent
32 Sea eagle
34 Individual
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movie -
36 Blemish
38 Masculine
nickname
40 Wheys of mill
43 Drunkard
44 Arabian gulf
146 Reverends
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,48 Symbol for
Siridium
149 Scottish girls
S1 Fondle
2 Mongoloid
Uncle Tom's
friend
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Dear Sad Ey


I sure was glad to hear your salty comments on the BSE
again. But don't confine yourself strictly to Pan-Cana! Com-
pany all the time.
Take a look-see at our new little Texas giant "Tecon." Gee
wliz. Sad-Eye, believe they could stir up a rumpus here too and
gite Newdian a little competition. Although they done been out-
classed by Pan-Canal (superior weight and all) yet they're in
there, groggy and punching.
P. C. has made suckers out of Tecon if our little Texas giant
don't have enuf housing (pretty bad housin at that), PC ought
be blamed. There's lots of old empty barns up at Peter Mike -
'course ain't got no refrigerators (only iceboxes) no stoves, no
plumbing either (downwrlte disgracetful) PC ain't got no money
to fix and gee, you couldn't expect them to offer their nice
new units in Diablo to a constructions company, or even their
old units. Nope, they gave the little giant what nobody else
wanted (anybody know where to get a 25-cycle refrigerator).
As far as wages go, remember the Lord's prayer "wGive us
this'day our daily bread" well T. is here to make money, not to
spend it, and the folks make enuf for bread, who eats cake any-
more ennyway?
And you gotta cut corners to make money, why Sad-Eye if


buck Pan Canal now after they note the shenanigans? PC waited
till they got here to throw the book at e am.
As for union helping, what a laff PC tells the union where
to Jump and how high to go, shouldn't call themselves nothingg
but "affiliate of P. C. Co." sure ain't no union. Well Sad-Eye
I'll sign oft now, ain't no sweat off my brow. I got me one oi
thqm Government jobs eight hours on paper but it's really six
(coffee in a.m. cokes in p.m.) so I gotta leave those warriors
of "the hill" to their muddy misery I just can't stand it no
more jest thinking on it.
Your old pa.,
Brown Eyes.

Dear Morale-Conscious:
It is naive to believe that a little publicity is going to help.
I have been a contractor's wife for a long time and this organi-
zation Is young and money-hungry. They are not interested in
their employes' problems.
What they have failed to realize is that their employes are
the only ones who can make the money for them; and that an
employee who has various persOnal problems is handicapped.
They could probably get better work done and more per person
if they had someone in charge who saw people as human beings,
not work units,
One factor you neglected to mention is schooling for em-
vloye's children. Only it the Tecon employee is housed in CZ
quarter can the children attend CZ school.
When a U., citizen canbnotsend his children to school be-
cause hedoes not res not reside In the OZ. something Is wrong Surely
there are some houses available either in Balboa or Ancon or
Diablo where these employes can be housed, renting directly
trom Pan-Canal inasmuch as Tecon has aI contract to work for
Pan-Canal Company only.
Down here nothing is done unless you ask for it the old
sayirt "the squeakiest wheel gets the most grease" should be
the motto printed on Canal stationery.
Do not despair; individual conscience may be dormant for
a while but God in his infinite wisdom (and with a little earthly
help) will surely straighten things out.
Your friend whenever you need me.


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8 Anoint 29 Penetrate 44 Masculine
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10 Three times plants 45 At no time
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By VICTCL JESEL

To prevent hunger in the midst
of plenty, tne government is open-
ing buiging surpius food ware-
houses anu is quietly distributing
millions ot aohars worth of utee
provisions to unemployed and part-
ly employed workers in enai tae
states 01 our land..
Tais "Operation Bread-Basket"
is designed tb tide thousands of
Families over a recession in tne
coal fields, remodeling layoff in
the auto iidusLtr anu mne bummer
slum in steel.
'ile ustrioution of part of the
457,uo0,0ul pounds of government
surius butter and millions o f ns
of beef and gravy, cneese, pota-
ioes, on-iai; ury milk, snortening
anu assorted 'types of beans is
aimea at picking up the lag in
hard bit areas wunic the govern-
meht expects to revive economi-
cally wiLai multi-billion dollar mili-
tary and roaa construction expend-
itures.
based on Agricultural Dept. *re-
ports, Pittsburgn is tne nation's
e/orsb hit city .nd the recipient
of tne largest amount of surius
lood.
Because of the coal field slum
-soon to be artla ury eased by
federal spending of over $200,-
uuvu onz tne purchase and dis-
tribution of tne lack luel-Penn-
sylvania leads all states in dis-
tribution of free surplus food.
i'ennsyivania labor and state
sources report that some 60s,OU
persons have been aided by the
iree food program. And rignt be-
hind tne coal and steel state, ac-
cording to tne Agricultural Dept.,
which upervises the surplus iooo
warehouses, are West Virginia,
Kentucky, Tennessee and Okla-
noma.
This breakdown is determined
by tne department on the basis of
blood shipped-and doesn't neces-
sarily reiiect joblessness in these
states. Pennsylvania, however,
does have more more distressed labor
market areas than most other
states.
Tne shipment'and distribution of
food is aimed at more than just
passing a handout to workers
caught for the moment in the na-
tion s shifting of economic gears.
This free food is distributed to
help only the jobless but also the
artially employed and those
large families nit by the high cost
of living. The food is no doJe.
It is tnere for the asking-in the
area where state and county offi-
cials are convinced by union and
civic organizations to request it
from the Dept. of Agriculuure. It
has been available for years-but
the current distribution began aft-
er labor learned of the availability
of the food when tons of it were
mostriouted during last year's
droughts.
In some parts of Pennsylvania,
for example, asutoritief distribute
the food to singe men and wom-
en with. incomes up to $32.50 a
week. The eligibility limit tor fam-
ilies runs to a weekly income of
$112.50 if there are nine are nine de-
pendents.
The food is shipped into central
depots in carload lots-prepaid-
by the government, which scodps
tne surplus out. of its nearest
warehouse. The provisions are
then reshipped to the proper dis-
tribution agencies. Many times,
regular grocery stores offer their
facilities to make the free food
more easily available in their
neighborhoods. '
It's all done on a basis of cou-
pons-with the slips having a
trade-in value based on the num-
ber of people involved. The cou-
pons usually call for two cans of
beef and gravy and a pound each
of every other commodity per
person. The amounts are not uni-
form throughout the nation, but
the coupon principle is. Then, aft-
er the first allotment is exhausted
and replenished, new coupons are
recognized or issued.
The ClO's National Community
Services Committee, directed by
Leo Perils, has develoed a tech-
nique for request and wide dis-
tribution of the free surplus foods.
It is urging its state and regional
councils to create agencies to
hnndl* th.h .ovwrnment !uurulus


it iu w tuv | *ve---.---, -a s---- iu aisocoUmimssio11 we c e 6M c .U p'_ -
foods. Knapp genius to assemble the The Town There's No Town
It seeks the launching I citi- UN East River site some years Like: Tnat 200 pound Great Dane
zens' committees, to set up policy ago. Hughes' intimates say he's that eats double steaks and cor-
on certification and eligibility and "considering.") sages ot garoemas yetin the local
especially distribution. There al- caies is owned by a guy named
ready are such groups in some Today's Barbara Warner Item Copeland. Said to speua $1,500 a
areas made up of merchants, (Or did I print it, and if not, why week in the deadfalis. Some tun,
truckers, wholesalers and labor wh not); He's Ralph Meeker, the hey kid ... For babes who sun-
people to arrange for the unload- lucky so-and-so. aealy want tneir hair dyed at 3
ing of freight cars, providing of a.m. (to please a flincky boy
srage space, food trucking and A Gruesome Business: You will friend mayoe) nere's a round-the-
the refrigeration of perishables-- learr here that the mob is (and clocK salo n n e Gt. 1ortnern
as well as the final distribution for some time has been) attempt- Hotel. 'ne nation's only 24 hour
from privately owned stores. ing to take over the undertakers. beauty parlor, tney tei me. itun
Out of all this is evolving a In some towns and communities by Larry Maihews wno's tossing
spirit of community wide coopera- the gangsters have had consider- a $7Lou cochtal party here on
tion-and a series of "Operation able success especially in those Lounge ought to look aistnnguisn
Bootstrap" in many cities on with large foreign born popular. land.g Saidpta spein te opa
which I will soon report-which tions. Many top Mafistas give eland Said to spend $,500 v
will help carry many working their legal occupations as "mor- 1 eu. iie's ^ri ,nur Goeuman woo has
families and their communities as tician," which is a word they can't been playing distinguL.ned char-
well over the bump. With 62,000,- spell let love pronounce. Oflacer pars on radio and TV zor
000 persi working, the 3,500,000 course, the vast majority of mor- 2 years-currenuy doubling from
to 4000000 jobless will get a elp- ticians are not gangster. tre saloon to miraxt lneater.
hand and food, too, while they ---
t for a break. How It Works: Coffins provide
an excellent hiding place for hot No gag: Women are as trans-
, 11 money. It can be buried, or hid- paren, as cellophane and as hard
den in crypts. One wartime black- ,o remove once you get wrapped
eter, president of a huge and re- up min them-r-'rom the sayings of
S t corporation, salted $10,- .auey Socrates Adams..
000,00W I& the family vault, is now -
--"afraid to use it. Narcotics and Thanks for The Memory: I had
other contraband such as stolen forgotten it u n t il Mrs. E. W.
jewels are easily transported from Drake, a reader of the Houston
city to city and even into the cou- rress, reminded tat paper and
try, in caskets carrying legitimate me that Jack Lait and yours truly
bodies. Meanwhile, but merely astrst exposed tae Ied ultration
a minor inducement, it gives the into the Central Inse lce Agen-
boys on easy out for disposing of cy M. (Beore M artay) in
I embarrassing stiffs which are aot- Washington onfiTti wah
en buried in the same eofp with we wrote i q N T. he n we S
the reSpetablet dead anstheir 'Me CIA is loaded wits Commies
death ert ates in nto the ow with te s.
S le DirtyI pi i Jerey Style: that Jack Lait, woeW to do with
Unles It is d .bl. The fed between Fr (I am the writing ati 0ta-
DONt call a man ak bhs home the law) ague and John (Thie rnDd for the ( _Uce
on a matter thst ieild be tak- kiler)KeBay who rag Green and R -t LM
an up with M at his o ffice eat of Jersey ity is gtl1 ,of "fle Yen
Sew tl a bet .ene a 's eneme which they .sine u
.- efali Slew thi 8 abt Wh iteha. en e r C qie be dynamite. (was ch'
ait i saw a ns y ohe" s
:rk Mtws ie And that was \


had to kill a few hours in, Geneva
between sessions of the old League
of Nations and' wandered into a
theatre which advertised "La Mai-
son Grande." It turned out to be
his "Bib House" with French U-
ties.
The Little Pink Posies: How
come the papers that print all the
news' that's fit to print (against
McCarthy) such as the Red-spon-
sored Wisconsin recall movement,
haven't mentioned a really serious
recall movement in Vermont call-
ed "Flanders Must Fly"?..Nackey
Scripps Loeb, old E. W.'s fighting
granddaughter, blasted the
cripps-Howard board again this
week in a wire to her brother
Charles E. Scripps. She said an
"attack on the Department of Jus-
tice coming on top of Fred Wolt-
man's smear of McCarthy, which
also followed the Communist line,
makes the whole assistance to the
Communists rendered by Scripps-
Howard newspapers look some-
what more than an accident."

Pardon My Perfume: hay Aus-
train, the men's wear Dior, pre-
dicts a masculine reaction to the
f em m e's flat, boyish, w it a
male "Continental Look," of lav-
isa embroidery and feminine touch
es on our clothes. (Molly, where's
my bustle?)

West of the Hqdson (what's
there?): It was virus and not ap-
proaching pappy-hood that can-
called Milton erle out of the Las
Vegas Sands three days ahead of
schedule. He broke every record
which is much breakage.. .I don't
believe this story either, but they
tell me that Walter Pidgepn's rum-
ba teacher at Arthur Murrafys
turneddown the title.role in the
Dixie Dugan TV series because
they wanted her to dye her carrot
top black. Her name is Kay Ab-
btt and she and producer Bryie
Foy are (att his wrinti) a Undo
item. Jimmy Rhardson, the
story-book City Editor of the LA.
xaminemr, has Putnam's hrlng
ot his ownE tWy, "For the
of Me," On tie st. It's a b


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While Drew Pearson is on a
brief .vacation, the Washing ton
Merry-Goj-R is being written
by several ut columnists, to.
day's being etrudeBerg, better
kn'wn as Molly G6ldberg.)
GERTRUDE BERG.
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hbq Washington Merry-GovRound
NEW YORK-Next to getting a
diploma from night school, to get
asked to write a column for Drew
Pearson is to me-how shall I say
it-an honor. But ,hat to write
about?.My neighbors? My family?
My butcher? Listen, when you live
in a house with 40 families there
should be plenty to write about,
and there is. At the moment that
I take pen in hand I have a few
personal problems with my hus-
band, Jake.
After all the years we are mar-
ried he still can't understand why
I dix, why I'm interested in what
goes on behind the 40 doors of
each apartment at 1038 East Tre-
mont Avenue, the Bronx. Well, I
ask you, is man an island? Can
you llvd only surrounded by your
own- four walls? Not me.
And the second complaint is if I
must make marriages, I shall put
a shingle in my window or put a
stop to matchmaking. I ask you,
whep you see wonderful girls that
are looking and mothers that are
anxious, shouldn't you give fate a
little push? Well, that's what I did.
I already made 40 marriages and
there are already 62 children from
their marriages.
Jake and I have a marriage
problem in our family. Maybe you
can help me. We've been discuss.
ing our Sammy who will marry
Dora Barnett. Dora's family also
lives in our building in East Tre-
mont Avenue.-'We feel Sammy's
sufficiently mature to get married
and is in love with a very nice
girl. And vice versa. It's the first
marriage of our children.
"Let's have a nice, big wed-
ding," I suggested. I want to in-
vite the relatives, all the neigh.
bors and friends, the Ladies Aux-
iliary, and Jake's circle in thel
garment center. Jake says the.
auxiliary will only eat and drink, I
and the dress salesmen and buy-
ers will do business with him,
wedding or no wedding.
Another question came up:
should Dora be a housewife or go
to work after the honeymoon?,
Jake and I had quite a lengthy
discussion on the subject, pro and
con. Howl t'll come out I don't
know yet. If you ask me, let It be
the way the children want it.
There are other problems. For


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Allies And Formosa

By Peter Edson
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WASHINGTON-(NEA) The Eisenhower pointed out,. any at- ing to help, but would need all
shadow of a new Communist ag- tack by Red China against For- her resources to defend her own
gression in the Far East hangs mosa would first have to run over borders against Red China.
over the eight anti-Communist na- the U. S. Seventh Fleet. Australia and New Zealand are
tions' Southeast Asia conference At first glance, it might seem tied to the United States in the
convening in Manila, Sept. 6. It is that if the Communists wanted to ANZtJS pact. But an attack on
the Red Chinese threat to "liber- start World War III, this would Formosa by Red China would not
ate" Formosa from the Nationalist be an easy place to do it. But on technically be an attack against
Chinese. This government of Chi- second thought, there are good rea- the United States.
ang Kai-shek, incidentally, is not sons to believe hat this action Japan is still unarmed.
one of the eight whose foreign min- might be limited even more than Great Britain does not even rec.
sisters are meeting in the Philip. the Korean action. ognize Formosa and the- British
pines. What allies could the United oo recognize Red China, so no help
Most American military and dip. States count on in case this coun- could be counted on.
lematic authorities and the Chi- try became involved in a war with The French have just suffered
nese Nationalist leaders have ana- Red China? a severe setback from the Red
lyzed Red China's psychological The Nationalist Chinese forces Chinese in Viet-Nam and have no
warfare attacks on Formosa as would be available, of course. They stomach for more': action in this
m e r e Communist propag4ana. have been variously estimated at area. To join in a new war against
Nevertheless, the prospect of re fra 3,000 efiecttves. ipa total Red China g.; y reopen ^he
action in this theater tha n oth fore pf'0000. But tte0 wold old0 'on "* ,l*
present hit-and-run raids byAhe have' W be d't.indo.te.n U.PS. P't i tti.
two opposing Chinese forces raises naval craft and supported by U. S. the iIted d nations could hardly be
some serious questions for 'the airpower. For in any realistic corn- expected to act as resolutely on
United States. And these questions parison, Chiang, Kai-shek's forces an aggression against Formosa as
cannot be ignored, no matter how good, are not equal they did when the. Communists
While Red China's naval forces in numbers to the new Red armies first launched their attack on
and landing craft are unknown of China.. South Korea.
quantities, the Communists dn' The Philippines could be-counted Ethiopia, Greece and Turkey
have the jet aircraft and the land on for manpower aid. For every and even Colombia might offer tok-
forces to launch an invasion of Filipino must recognize that If en forces, as they did in Korea,
Formosa. The cease-fire in Korea Formosa falls, it would be only a but that's abou all.
and the new truce in Indochina matter of time before the Philip-
have eased the pressure on Red pines would be under attack. But The way a Formosan action
China's military resources. From Philippine aid would likewise need would line up now, the United
the Communist point of view, an U. S. support. States would pretty much have to
attack on Formosa would be a log- South morea would be willing to go it alone. For those who have
ical next move in its ambitious help, but her forces might be more long advocated that the United
conquest of all Southeast Asia. usefully employed on a second States should have liberated the
Any new action in this theater front. Even for this they would China mainland from the Commu-
would almost automatically involve still require American air support nists at the end of World War
the United States in a direct war and all their military supplies. II, here is a other chance to enlist
with Red China. For as President Thailand likewise might be will- and fight it out.



NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER
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Inside Wall St.: The most closely- Mayor Kenny's doorstoop (and
guarded business secret of the were prepared to imply ne was
year is Bill Zeckendorf's bid of its tatner) but the lousy plot mis.
$450,000,000 to Howard Hughes for carried when the stooges dropped
all his properties, including TWA the baby next door by mistgae.
airlines, Hughes' Tool Co. and 'ne coppers know who did It and
RKO pictures. (Deal is on behalf when tne story breaks there'll be
of John D. Rockefeller, Ji., who plenty of fireworks, I promise.
lej rnmmi Rin tf +hnad WPMbb I


pay for the whole wedding? Her
Lather makes a nice living in the
she business. Don't know what
th etiquette book says. I ask my-
self every day, "Maybe Jake andM
should share the wedding ex.
pense?" Either way, I know that I
will bake the strudil and make the
chicken noodle soup.
Where are the chfldre going to
live? That's al0r a pNoble thia
day and age. I wouldn't waSam-
my to live with ib othe -law
and I'm sure Dor* wl dn'tant
to live with i-er notii4aw-
that's me. I', seare they' find
something, maybe a qu it hut
on the college campus L at's what
Mrs. 2e, and Mrs. 3, and Mrs.
Sc's children did. Then, with col.
lege, and work and new en-
vironment, I'll hardly ever see
Sammy. A mother's problems mul-
tiply and never subtract.
There's an argument about Sam.
my's future. Sometimes Jake
wants him to go into the dress
business. Sometimes he says, "No
son of mine will ever be a dress
manufacturer." Dora's fatt-lier
thinks Sammy's personality will
bring great success in the shoe
business. But nobody asks Sam-
my what he wants to do. Perhaps
they think he studied engineering
in college to be a cutter or shoe
fitter!
And the honeymoon question.
One time in their lives, shouldn't
they leave the Bronx and journey
to Florida or California? I think
so. But not my Jake. "Sammy
saw enough of the north, east,
south and west when he was in the
army," .Jake reminds me,.- "He
should honeymoon in this area."
But when Jf.,Jake that Dgra
hasn't bW, l& Floida or Califor-
nia, he- Wroiwa up his hands nd
nia, he throws up his hands and
deal out a little pihochle."
Mr. Pearson, Molly Goldberg
thanks you for letting me take the
time so I could tell you about my
Bronx Merry-Go-Round.


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S ENJOYING THE CONVENTION-Ronald Cushing of Boston,
who is in Washington attending the American Legion Conven-
tion. gives Mary Ann Brickert something to shout about as he
dangles a rubber lizard in front of her.
.eds Slipping Bright Boys
Reds Slipping Bright Boys


Into Auto Assembly Work
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UP)- the party decided to move il
The Housse Cdmmittee on Un-A- young intellectuals from white c
merican Activities warned the au- lar positions elsewhere into mmin
otomobi l industry today the Comn- jobs in the basic industries.
munist Party is moving its young It said, these people, most
Intellectuals from white collar them with college educations ai
jobs to their assembly lines in some with advanced graduate d
Michigan grees, had taken jobs on the a
Tile Committee said in a report I to asscnbly lines and gradual
that these individuals are known had worked their way to influer
'to fhe party as colonizers "It tial positions in the unions and
estimated that close to 100 have; the industry itself.
:been sent into Michigan t> infil ; "Only in a few instances w
trate auto unions and production the committee able to documel
plants. the fact that these individual
The committee said it uncovered were sent into the basic indu
07 colonizers in Flint during a re- tries by the Communist Party
cent investigation, and added that the report said.
the individuals are known to the! "However, during the commi
party as "colonizers." It estimat- tee's investigation,. and hearing
ed that close to 100 have been : in Michigan, we were able to pr
sent into Michigan to infiltrate I duce documentation as to tl
auto unions and production plants. fraud and deceit with which thes
The committee said it uncover- people operate."
27 colonizers in Flint during a
recent investigation, and added The report said it has been
hat the individuals positively i- long-standing policy of the Cot
lentified by the committee "were munist Party to iniltrate basic in
S found to be holding positions ofl dustries such as steel, power ar
Influence." the big consumer products 111
The 18-page report on "Coloniza- automobiles.
tion of America's Basic Indis- 'The report drew no conclusion
tries" backgrounded Red infiltra- and made no recommendations.
tion of labor unions and described But the committee said the n
the "postwar strategy of the par- cessity of exposing the under
S ty." ground party apparatus, includih
Because recruitment of rank and the colonizers, "is as much
S -file mnlon members of the party responsibility of labor and indu
had become more difficult than try as it is of the committee c
in O rlier years, the report said, Un-American activities."


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Sallings: Every Fifteen Days for:
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i J ru -~r 14 t A4 w w s 27 ParnW 2-0740 27-0741 aass : 30 .J 10 r


GOLD COASTUERB FRBNDS DANCE TONIGHT
AT GUABDIA'S BIG BNEFIT BALL IN COLON
Scotes -f Pclfic riders are expected to cross the Isth-
mus thb' eenihg to take part in the Guardia 4olonal's big.
Sbeefit ball planned or an 8:30 p.m. start at Monaco Oar-
S.' a1 In Colon. With two big bands the Puerto Rican Or-
t..estra from Ft. Oulck' and the Imperial Orchestra from
Uolpn -playing aternate numbers, the dancing ought to
be tops. Night clubs are sending their best entertainers;
amd thee lucky door-prize-numbers will win holder a week-
endcat -btel I Panama,.one at Taboga, and a COPA, round-
trip flight td David.
What's, more its all for a constructive, much-needed
community institution: a farm on the Gold Coast for youth-
tul deli ouents, where such miscreants can be taught use-
ful trades. .
>- ,- -- **
rWiNS BORN FOrt Kobbe held their regular cof-
T6CALHONS fee and business meeting on Thurs-
ront Cleveand. Ohio, comes day at the Kobbe Officers' Club.
word that twin boys were b6rn Hostesses at tile meeting were
on Thursday to Crede C. (Chon- Mrs. D, Martin Ad Mrs. a.T.-
go) CalhouA. and his rtty wife. Gaier. Mrs. C Badgett and Mrs
Jean. formerly Miss swittndIck M.. Walker acted. as greeters.
of Batarvia. ew York. These are
first children for the young Ca'- Mrs. W. Yost was oited
houns who are so enthusiastic teleone chairman replaeng Mrs
about the Isthmus that they D. L. Meyers. Mrs. E. L. Donhue
spend their vacations here with was appointed hospital chairman
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oreae replacing Mrs C. Suin.e
H. Calhoun. The Isthmus is B w M
really home for Chongo. who Bonn Shage wavs v hed Mrs
was born on theCanal Zone andSure. She lives very shortly
Is graduated from Balboa Highfor the States.
School. Later he sered as an oi-
Sicer in the Air Force.and was Guests of the club were Mrs.
Srpaduiated' fr averfrd A Cortez and Mrs. J. L. Sear-
graduated from Haverford Co G Owens was the
1wo and -th TTn ...|-l^7 nf .... mgt Mrs. E G Owens was the1


4


syi antia iftw School before en-- .
ylvan Law School before eni guest of Mrs J. E aStacy
tering the practice of law in M Ee u
n MsJE.of law In Ms J E. Evans, Mrs. W. F. The brnette who, at 40, is just
Clveland. chless, Mrs W. B Boyles, Mr The brunette who, at 40, s ust
E G. Owens, Mrs C A Cortez starting to turn gray manages to
A POPIILAl NAVY COtPLE to and Mrs J. L. Searing were wel look e moreattractive with a
whom Isthilian friends were comedy ~s new members. fe' silver streaks in her hair.
sorry to say goodbye were Capt But, if your hair is an inbe.
and Mis. Douglas V. Gladding tween shade of. brown, g ray
who sailed eaterday en route to streaks only seen to add dull-
Boston. r. Cuneoarrison Visitin Here ness, *Ad it is better to have your
n lr. Cuneo-errison isittng Here W m s
B Dr. Luis Cuneo-Harrison, form- hair either brown or gray, but not
B Plaer Ambassador of Peru to Pana- streaked with dull, uneven color.
Tea, how ma, is stopping Hotel El P. This doesn't shean you must go
O WeBalbos omns Cub wil nama during a brief visit on t o the expense an ouble of a
The Balboa Isthus. professional dye job. A n other
hold a tea in the JWB-USO Audi- drawback of dyein hair is
torium La Boca Road, on Wednes. dyed, the color is permanent for
day, from 3 to 5 p.m. for mem- Mis u nis a time, even if you aren't ais-
hers and their guests. Feted By Rudlsheims tied with the results.
There will be a exhibit by the. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rudisheim Some women.solvet his problem
arts and crafts class: Included in were hosts Thursday at a "stable by giving themselves a temporary
the display will be: cooper Tool- warming" at the Old Phnama Rid. rnse a er each shampoo. They
ing, stencil Work, sea shell craft, ing Club's new location. Honor may choose a shade slightly light.
tembleques, decorated b a t e a s, guest for the informal affair was er or darker than their own hair
aand Painted articles and dried Miss Lucille Cummings, o:ne color. Or, they may use their own
arrangement pictures, the club's enthusiastic young,, shade to conceal yellowish gray
At tet e i *~ ests who was to leave tay f o streaks.
After the tea the exhibit ill Mexico en route to the State They can try different shades
ie open to the pulti between 4 of rinsejrwith coWndence when a
and .9 p.m. Members bringing -The daughter of Mr. and manufacturer clfinis it is a safe,
guests please cAl rs, Parker, Larry Cummings of l C mto vegetable coloring thai
telephonee 2-1412 a than Mon- wi enter Steens washed t, uiekl and waes out
Eobbe'. flces Wir sa"t science course a Franeq hir. n Wr l in
oMee Offers Wie may become a riding str rinse your hair wl y its.
Enjoy Cotee color and sheen, and h6ldit.uatil
The Officers' Wives Club of (Continued nPag 7) your next shampo. ,


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Ike Signs Anti-Spy,-


Anti Communist Bills K.


I


Min.


the president signed Into law Tl nterior
broadens and strengthens the Ka"F i n5 tu.1
definitions of sabotage and ea- Kay and A
ilonag to meet the threat of El T.
bilologcal warfare. It permits the Pr l s e It
the death penalty or lmprlson- fldeac 1 whrib as 'ea
ment for any number of years to tour."


China


to Cherish !


DANVER, Sept. 4 (UP) --A bill
dprovigdi the death penlat lo t
peacetime spying was signed to
w yesterday by President Eis-
enhower, all but completing the
government's po we rful, new
ommunist-control program.
The chief executive later sign-
ed the two remaining bills i the
"ant-subveralse" package left on
his desk by the 83rd Congress-
the foreign aid appropriations
measure and the bill wtrippng
Convicted Communists of their
The foreign' aid apetropriatfIo
carries ,181,499,16 In new
funds to ive military and eco-
nomic help to friendly nations.
It also authorizes the eXpendi-
ture of $2,462,075,979 in unspent
money for aid to these countries.
The measure thus makes avail-
able $5,243,575,795 for spehding
In friendly nations during the
current- fiscal year.
a The Presdent, obviously work-
InR rapidly toncomplete o o joeit
IWt for him by Co gres, was at
his summer White Haouse offls

-turned from short local weddtTg trip to mak thqr home one ef bilns the Pmeasure aat
In AnCenA. Before her marriage -at Ft. Clayton Chapel on ed on before noon.
Aug. 26, Mrs. Griffiths was-. t Mary Jo MacSparran. Her One of the measures he signed
parents, Mr at dMs. .e parran, are former jans was the bill authorizing 179 nay-
-ow living In Tacoma Park, ?d; Her husband Is the'soU of igation, erosion, flood control
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas A. Giffitlhs of Cleveland, Ohio. A and rivers nd harbors projects.
.graduate of Wilmington General Hospital Nursng ,hool The bill authorized the erxpe-
the rank of Srgeantjin d- as Ittached to the Ci. P. Service set the next ontros b the
om y at Ft. chief executive
The last of the anti-subversive
measures to be signed would re-
voke the nationality or d1tzen-
L aVaeli~ WAY! ship of anyone convicted, under
tARTN E DAY Tn t WAY e Smith Act of conspiring to
teach and advocate the over-
throw of the U.S. by force and'
JUST LIKE YOU-yout violence. t
Aldrei hot a do"dt. The measure drew the most
ld.re.w.an.... .. aditapplause In. President Eisenhow-
mo_ nlen .tr th oe oa0 uer's State of the Union message
uId nIealAery J a erv. early this year.
gVs NeSN's Everteady Under the bill when It Is sign-
i Itse Isi iWAje 3 ed Into law, a person convicted
ERhvtR ADY' &s W of violating the Smith Act would
&Ts P a have the permanent status of an
IINS44 hot water! t'sdeli alien. Such a person, If tubse-
oCo i_ -haa kh quently convicted ofa deporta-
o hble offense such as carrying a
' Ind .I 11 11FI i oi|w gun, could be deported to any
AiI AMk gDd Tcountry.
V014" AMK AN DU AM AIMDY N IN fThe Communist control bill



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Due to e ever-increasing requests for passenger and cargo space, COPA has
rearranged and added to its flight schedules to exceed all demands and assure our
clients 9f faster and more complete service. This schedule is effective Wednesday,
September 28, 1954.


MONDAY
FLIGHT No. 1


I


Leave Tocumen ............ 8,00 A.M.
' Arrive David ................ 9:30 A.M.
Leave David .................10:00 A.M.
Arrive,.Armuelles ..........10:20 A.M.
Leave Armuelles ..........10:40 A.M.
Arrive David ..............11:00 A.M.
Leave David ..................11:30 A.M.
/ Arrive Tocumen ............ 1:00 P.M.


FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tooumen ............ 8:00 A.M.
Arrive Colon ................ 8:20 A.M,
Leave Colon ................ 8:50 A.M.
Arrive oesas ................10:00 A.M.
Leave. Bca ................10:30 A.M.
Arriv C-hangulnola ......10:40 A.M.
Leave Changuinola ......11:10 A.M.
Arrive Armuelies ..........11:55 A.M.
Leave Anm el Arrive David ..............12:36 P.M.
Leave David .......... 1:15 P.M.
Arrive Chapuinola ...... 2:00 P.M.
Leave Chtaguinola .......2:30 P.M.
Arrive David ................ 3:15 P.M.
Leave David ............. 4:30 P.M.
A- Arrive Toeumen ........... 6:00 P.M.


TUESDAY
FLIGHT No.


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Leave
Awive
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Arrive
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Arrive
Laave
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Leave,
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Teoumen ............ 8:00
David .......... ...... 9:3Q
David ..................10:00
Armuelles ..........10:20
Arpuelles ..........10:45
Changuinola ......11:30.
Changuinola ......12:15
opas ...u...............12:26.
Boca ................. 1:00
C4lon .............. 2:10
Colen ............2...
Tooumn .......... 2:50


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FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Toeumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Ohanginola ...... 9:30
Leave Changuinola ......10:00
Arrive David ................10:45
Leave David ................11:15
Arrive Tocumen ............12:45


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WEDNESDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00 A.M.
Arrive David ............... 9:30 A.M.
Leave David ..................10:00 A.M.
Arrive Teoumen ............:1130 A.M.


FLIGI
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Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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HT No. 2
Tocumen ............ 8:00
Colon .......... 8:20
Colon ........... .... 8:60
Bocas ..................10:00
Boas ..............10:30
ChanAinola ......10:40
ChaguInola ......11:10
A uU .........11:55
Ar *u..........12:16
.David ....... 12:35
David ....:........... 1:15
Changuinola ...... 2:00
Chan uinola ...... 2130
DavM ................ 3 s15
David ................. 4:30
Tecumen ............ :00


THURSDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ......... 8:00
Arrive David ................ 9:30
Leave avid ................10:00
Arrive Armuelles ........10:20
Leave Armuellee ..........10:45
Arrive Changuinola ......11:30
Leave Changoline ........12:151
Arrive oca ..............12:25
Leave Bicas................ 1:00,
Arrive Colon ............. 2:10
Leave Cln ............. 2:30
Arrive Temn ............ 2:50


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FLIGHT No. 2


Leave
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Leave
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Leave
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Tocumen ............ 8:00
Changuinola ...... 9:30
Changuinola ......10:00
David ..............10:45
David .............. 11:15
Tocumen ............12:45


FRIDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leve Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David .............. 9:30
SLeave DaVid ..............AO:00
Arrive Armuelles ..........10:20
Leave. AnmueUes ............10:40
Arrive David ..............11:00
Leave David ................11:30
Arrive" Tocum*n ......... 1:00
FLIGHT No. 2


Leave
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Leave
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Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
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Leave
Arrive
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Tocumen ............ 8:00 A.M.
Colon ............. 8:20 A.M.
Colon ................ 8:50 A.M.
Bocas ..............10:00 A.M.
Bocas ..............10:30 A.M.
Changuinola ......10;40 A.M.
Changuinola ......11:10 A.M.
Armuil e..........11:55 A.M.
Armuelles ..........12:15 P.M.
David ............1265 P.M,
David ............... 1:15 P.M.
Changuinola ...... 2:00 P.M.
Changuimola ...... 2:30 PM.
DavMid ........... 3:15 P.M.
David ................. 4:30 P.M.
Toeumnp ......... 6:00 P.M.


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Leave Davld ................10:00 A.M.
Arrive Tocumen ............11:30 A;M.


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No. a Lottery Plaza
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth oft u.y Ave.


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. 1


FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household A tom bol TRAVEL! Enjoy aTwonderful week-
___.,h..._ .... --. ---*--in San Juan, Puerto RIco, September
FOR SALE Venetinaluminu'FOR SALE: V---Used cars, very heep. 18-2. Call COPA Panama 3-3171.
blinds, plastic cape. excellent cn- PANAMA AUTO,. S.A., Jose Frean-
ditin, practicall new complete set dce e Osse Ave. No. 45. FOR SALE
for Breezeaway type house. Also FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Customline,
steel blinds used as breezeaway po- 6-cyl., 4-door. Fordomotic, 7,000 MNl neelollllls
tio enclosure. Phone 5-364. miles. For appointment phone oal- -A.
.................. .--F--- R S ALE--Agewe o iod tllovr i, Sn-
FOR SALE:-Two electric fans $9 ea., ba 35. ----------- F Clg Reserve Sertch, Roy
S :--" ea". ........... .cial Club Reserve Seetch;Roa el
one Q.M. table with 4 choirs $18.1 FOR SALE:-1949 4-door Ford and Mounted Cemedian Whiskey, Reo
settee with 2 chairs, foot stool ind two international trucks, cheop. Cortes and Castle Club OGi. At eny
coffee table $85, one Q.M. desk Duy paid. Child's trainer. 764-, hebar or bedege. Your Destiledera
$15, small mahogany toble 3, Borneby Street. Balboa. Necional.
buffet $2. Phone 2-3550. -9
0 d. F-OR-SA -Two -4Chevrofet so- FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth conver-
FOR' SALE:-Eleven-piece Ill 1 din.- dans, good condition. By competi- tible, radio, 4 new tires, good con-
ingroornmset, one Ill rodio-phonfo tive bids. Call Quarry Hts. 4143. edition, Crosley refrigerator 5-ft.
graph combination. Leaving for SALE 19 ChleWido 23-cycle, good condition, $55. Pe-
tates. Will sell reascnab. C FOR AL:- Chrysler Wo Mguel Brber Shopnditio, 8 .m$55. Pe-
Curndu 83-4297 between 9 a.m. deluxe 4-door. Excellent condition I dro Miguel Barber Shop, 8 a.m, tO
aduruou ,5 p. Qtre. 3T6-A, Albrook. Phone 86- 6 p.m.____ _____.
.d 5 p.m.. .. ...... ... f ... k 7102. ,_ I FOR SALE: "Chicago" Restaurant
FCR SALE:--Spoter tooprce for qu bed FOR SALE-1953 Lincoln convert and Bar, excellent business. Inquire
wih special Be utyrest maottess & 6e Low mileage. Will consider same place. Colon. -
sring; walirrrn frame; tO' trade. Ccf 86-2107. 'iFOR SALE'-:- Underwood typewriter.
Chippendole chars sll mhog- SALE:-9 Chevrolet conver- Phone Pedro Miguel 4-513.
any tab e, gate leg mahogany t3- tible, w/s/w tires, block, perfect DEMAND CLAYCO BLOCKS!- Ty
bi., mahogany book shelves (glass condition. Call 86-3112. serve their purm e and are cone-
to. ; lorge mchogany, easy cha.rto FOR SALE:- 46 Studebker Cham- mical to use. Iloks 4"a12"a12"*
io a posic cushons orchchair w;th pn 4-door, cod paint and tires, $113.05 per thousand; .6"z12"
S cas; kitch".- seveS to e 225 cash. Phone Balboa 2-3064. 12", $161-.50u per thousand. CIA.
,p; crope.ns floor lon-,p; electric Houe 0588-D. Old CorralArea. D PROU OS DI ARCILLA,
no" t. U r u- S.A., -. $7-47 Via .sp l. Phone
-bu;iner tcb'e stove; odds & ends. I FOR SALE:- 1950 Riyiera' Buick-8 ,I 3-0160
LFV G ISTHMUS-SUirg huse- brake linings perfect. For quick FOR SALE:-Piano, good condition;
L zVd goas includingSI)-ft. Kelv- Lale $1 20 or make an offer. Em- 4-burner'gos stove. House 7040,
o'r, Phico tcble model radio 31- mo M. Greene, Phone 3-5485. 46th 4th Street. Colon.
e Precord player all 6(-cycle. Street No. 44, Apt. 9. BIDS, COCOLI CLUBHOUSE
C:hrr itcms. Phcne 3-5655. FOR SALE:----Codilloc convertible Qqw Bids will be received by the Cocoli
F.C7 SALE:-7-c bicft. G.E. refnr- top, new white sidewall tires. ~.heCivic Council until 7:00 p.m., 16
SAL:--" ""'-cyc ex ucll 7ent 76 21 .72 J September 1954 for Concessionaire to
orolcr, 60-cycle. excellent condi- ..... operate the Fcod,ond Related Services
t'di. $150. Call Pon. 3-5426, FCR SALE:--1941 Nosh for $125, at in the Cocoll Clubhouse, Cocoli, Ca-
.F.' .E "-,6-cycle washing mo-- 43rd Street .No. 41, ofter'4 p.m. not Zone.

PLEn Dn man, Canal Zone or contact Mr. R. L.
res, exclent corner table $60 FOR SALE:-1954 Chevroleton deluxe pecift covering Concession-
O eres 603-C Fort Cloyton. 4-.door sedan, radio, only 1000 Oire operation of the Cocoli Clubhouse
^-.... -+........................ ... if, i' I n -6G on Swaf lore obtainable from the Cocoli Civic
FOR SALE -Six-piece livinProom setI 8ao 20 Council, Post Office Box 414, Rod-
uphol.tered, modernistic: DvanC ford, Phone Balbo, Canal Zone or contact Mr R R L
bed, two easy chairs two end to-, Seeley t phone 25-3852, Navo- S.a-
b, es, one corner table. Used two W anted rosItion, tion. West Bank, during rolular work-
monh'os, $145. Ph-ne.Bat.-2-3173. mg ho rs ,
mn.is$145..Ph.n."Bol... 2-37.I EXCFLLENT CQOK, capable of taking hurs.
FCL SAL.E:- Leaving country. 1i full charge of ordering, planning FOR SALE:-Hillmon sedan, very low
PACKARD low mile utom and cooking me, wishes situa- price Also beautiful bar with four
transmission, radio, tfan, w/s/w tin Cristobal 3-2747. stools.Phone 3.2333.
G ODRICH Tubeless Tires. F. ICA- t C Se. ris 3-2. sI .-Phoe...233
Z & CO., Justo Arosemeno Ave.! Heip W n ,e FOR SALE :-rModel NC-7 'and HMl-
N o 1 :Help Wanted'i lcrfter S-38 communications re-
;__ .+I ----- I . -NTE: -r-- fceivers, $60 and, $30; '1/4 -hp. 25-
FOR ,ALE Baroo set: Settee, 3 WANTED:--American family requires 'cycle motor $10. Panama 3-5213.
Irc it. 2- allc t .a bles -o competent housekeeper-cook; good .-.
Ochills. 2 small tables $60;, ver- I solary. Tetehe for appointment, FOR SAIE:-Just three blonde Cock-
Sst d livingroom set: Couch, 2 Panama 3- 132 er Spaniel puppies left, AKC regis-
c is, spring cushions, cocoobrown' +.... ... tared, $40. Albrook3198. '
m pple g r o or $9; rge FOQR SALE FOR SALE:- Baldwin Spinet iono.
gny wardrob with 5 drawers SALEr u C .
$ Srv l refrigerator, needs recent model, excellent condition.
pointJb $45; kitchen"table $3; Real Estate Call Goanmboo 6-423.
p $ i a Posaaton Offered
i e Balboj bedrooms groom din 3346. groom Offered
c one Balbo3346. D" Street No. 7, Prqu Leevre.WANTED:-English & Spanish sten-
FCR ALE:-Beautiful quartor-sowed P hopne 3-3612. ographer-typist. ApplyCordoze &
modernized dining Lset. ~~"ographer-typist. Apply Cardoze &
lb r olok modernized dining set Lindo. S.A., Avenido Ancon No. 88.
ner used: Eight chairs, drop-leaf WA TE LE S
tot a, buffet. Call Balboa 2870 or, W ANTED
Pome 3-3580. L E S S 0 N
MISOenn-eous
FOR ALE:-Complete beautiful home ... ENR 0 LL NOW for your Ballroom
fu iture, latest style, made by WANTED: Thoroughbred female done lessons by leaving your name,
Co es. Call Ponoma 3-0020., German Shepherd. Coll 2-0860 phone ot Hotel El Panamo's desk or
from 7:30 to 12 noon and 1:30 write Box 106 Balboa. Classes will
SA Natural to 5:00. be held for Teen-agers, Married
WANTID-M- tr generators, n couples and Idrdiiduals. We will
AL ERT LEA, Minn.--(UP)-- put 25cycle 10-v.--tput 60- contact you upon ourreturn.
Jo Ih Spark is second vice piesti. cycle 110-v., 300-500 watt or HARNETT & DUNN"
de't of the Minnesota Fire De-. more. Tel. 3-1317, Rowe, Box FOR SALE
part ents Association. m1041. Cristobal. FO R AL-

Fi Tsm atoeC FOR SALE:-Boat and 2/1-hp.mo-
n ks, s, om a tor $125. Lo.Boco Ferry.
FO Deot Pkt L' OST 6 FOUND
nLetro e ines LQST- A yellow- Boxer dog named
"Gringo," between the Abattoir and
: -- 0 -- the electric plant on Poitilla Road.
D BROIT, Sept. 4 -(UP) by the UE, which was ousted from o m in 3 ton call Alendr Re-4
Th' policemen were m a ledithe CIO in 149 on grounds of m, n. ".....
S aterday while holding back a Communist domination. j
th of angry pickets, who forc- Mercer said he was convinced A LL -
id turnng Square D Co. work- the strike wa a "Comnunist ac- jW IICR III
r n c erun a gauntlet of fists, tivity" because of ."the appear-
rockd, eggs and tomatoes. ance in our plant of a notorious ll-- Cpt AI DheMt
It was the second day of vio-. Communist." kKlll r 111
lenc4 since the company, which He was referring to Philip Saba-,
severed relations with the lode- a' UE brganizer recently called a Tl Ack B juL
, pendent United Electrical Work- "Communist Party functionary" IhIn rill I UaCK
era Union, appealed to "loyal" by Rep. Charles J. Keisten (R-
workers to end their 81-day-old Wia.). N ETWAV M ? tim'
Vj .. NEW RK-N V- I UfP1A A if


strike. Kersten also said in Congress
ti last month the strike here was
The troubled scene at the plant called "in what may be a dry run
vIte was one of at least 300 jeer- of the UE's ability to close down
pickets, 100 workers waiting plants vital to American defense
l enter the factory, an, equal efforts."
-mlmer of new job applicants andI .
"I *aMred policemen standing. fy.. Te company and U Local 957
Workers, who walked, to t e Lbroke off contractt negotat n o n s
plant In groups after being 4ler- Ist week when the union refused
d b', the employment tlce, to approve an m- clad no-
wer^ pelted as they made eair stre lause. -
gh police lines. Several The union had lower its 15-cent
shouting "scab," ,manag- hourly pay increase demand to
S ch over the shoulders of ive cents. The company offered
-up policemen and pinch a three-cent boost, which it said
S*orkers. would go to all returning workers
SAt one point, the surlgin pick. immediately.
Sth rough the sagging p Mereer said the firm was rea-
.A Ies when a group of em- dying a petition asking for a court
Spased by. Two patrolmen injunction to prevent "additional
WN knockedd to the ground and violence, fItimidation of lo yalI
I *as kicked in the ribs. e workers and t threats a g a inst
NMsated police bolstered the them."

Yu. uThink
Mletlreatened to storm Into the O I ,,,K
ogtattheretmrnngwork Panama's Hot?
mid-morning, the company
that has CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Domini-
a limited bais." ean Republic, 8ept. 4 (UP) A
the first trUme the eam i latre of I1.4 degrees was
lant hed n ira r n Valverde, a town a-
nothe UE oderl s b )t milet northwest from
-t strike last Juna 5. here. It was the highest tempers-
ch tepr tu ever recorded in the repit .-
l fw~^a w- l s.
aIa_~.itWt -aq .g -
WCoWI.--
&sdI. j~i~Candace Crm-


l: a, IN. w.i-f-)--- sW t
lick In the pant. wquld work far
more wonderxs-with adme employes
.than a pot oB the back, according
to a personnel expert, George Ken-
ning.
Kenning, eeftutive vice presi
dent of Kelley-Read. & Co., Roch-
ester N. Y., tol personnel men
meeting here recently that em-
ployes m5ut be trmeted individoal-
ly not -by formula.
He said an employee's physical
needs are met 'by his paycheck,
but he *ill not do his best until
his .aentalit ndaare filled.
I's frequently a rig mistake, he
saM, for the b to make the
"howdy rounds" to his employs
each day. It would hape a bene-
fideal ofet on the worker who has
need of attention, but the man wh
has frequent contacts with other
persons needs an occasional repri-
mand.
Some le need to be patted
on the back_, eisnlgs aid, "but
others need Just as adly to be
kicked in the paat."
Vital Weruatioe
PROVIDENCE, R.L. -(UP)-
Rhode Island 8 itol officials say
enough briets am bei used in
the boetas buidi to
form a curbstoe -a both sides of a
read from P iem to Bosten.


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Agenia nlaternaL de PubilIesles
4. Cmmrl Ave.
FARMCIA LUXE
Parque Lelfee I Street
L WS SRVI1CB
/ 10 Central Ave.


NOVEDADES AT=IS
Via sa o. ma 34


RESORTS


GRAMLICK'S Santo Clara Beach Cot-
tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
'Pfips. Ocenoride cotton Snf
Clara. Box 435. Balboo. Phone
Panama 31r877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FOSTERtS COTTAGES. on mile past
Santa Clar. Low rates. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT:,- Beautiful residence of
three bedrooms, hot water, terrace.
Phone 2-3035, Panama.
FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 miles from
town, with gas stove and refrigero-
tor. Properly screened and ventilat-
ed. Two bedrooms, livingroorm, din-
ingroom, kitchen, garage ond yard,
$85 monthly. Call 6109 Curundo,
Canal Zone.


FOR RENT:--Cholet, four bedrooms,
Golf Club area. Apply Poramusica,
Coll e Monteerin. TelOah.; 20083.

FOR RENT
Apatmareta I
ATTENTION G Just built modern
furnished oportments. one, two
bedroom, hot, cold waer, -.vTel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
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FOR RENT:-furnish6d & unfurrish-I
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
C o n t a c t Alhambra Aportmnents, I
S10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
* apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un,
furnished. For further details coll
Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337. -
FOR RENT:-2-bedroomr apartment,
spacious, best location. $150. Boa-
boo 1866. -
FOR RENT: 2-bedroorm apartment
with maid's quarters and .garage.
Via Porras No. 106, Aportment
across from Hotel El Panama.
FOR RENT -Apartment: Two bed-
rooms, two baths, two services, hot
water, furnished or unfurnished.
Ave. Cuba Noi 58, comer. Phone
3-3329 or 2-1227.


FOR RENT:--Cool 2-bedroom
ment, very cofortoble, good
,on, only S 'a a omth. Rusl
'Panoma 3-4825.


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FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
4S Camirl Ave.
FARMACIA VAN-DEB-WUS
bAeb ho 53
'HOUSEMOLD IXCHANGE
J. teo. de la U10 Ave. No. 41


COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL


Ask your Dealer *f:
the New Weldwood 'tue



for Mbme or Industry
Sets in *Minutea
Bond& like M gilc
Packed In Handy Tubes
Ready to Use on
Wood, Paper, Cloth

Geo. NoYve, Inc.
Central Ave; 2
TeL 3-0X0


Learn Balroom Dsamcig
`t ElI Panama Hotel
Studio. We will be
edlosed from Aug. $,
to OcL. IL
UtARNETT & DUNN

In Pao .oble Mambp, G .a-
Sachsa and that ne* dance
Cha Cha Cha.


HITRANSROPORACTORS
(Palmer Gradhitues ,
8-1tand 1 pm.
S1 block train Lm x Thatre)

TRANSPORTED
BAXTER, S.A.
teker, Smhippers,

Tels.. 2-2M52 f 2-2A51


LICORES/'21
Aerm- ftom PPoama Hot= l
Vbmat Wb anid LAn

Sunday from i<00 to .5 w
Rapid "ome DmlvAry at ANl Tie
TeL S47SS


The Blg Change


apart-
loco- am*immi


F0R RENT: Very pretty furnished
apartment. All utilities. Via Espa-
oa, house before Juan Fronco.
FOR RENT:-One and two-bedroom
apartments, unfurnmished. Sea view.
Uruguay Street No. 2. '
FOR RENT: One-bedroom apart-
ment, suitable for couple. Quiet and
healthful surroundings. 4th Avenue
No. 13, San Francisco.
FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment, one bedroom, near American
Embassy. Price $85. Phone Pano-
ma 3-3467.
FOR RENT: Corpyrletely furnished
apartment In two-apartment house.
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms,
maid's room with bathroom, laun-
dry area, etc. Colle Colombia No.
6. Call 3-4602 or 3-0972.
FOR RENT: 2-room furnished or
unfurnished apartment. H o u se
7040, 4th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Modern furnished apart-
ments, moderate prices, suitable for
American families. IIth Street,
Parque Lefevre. Phone 2 1282.,


FOR RENT:-Sea view two-bedroom
apartment with balconies. Moderate J
price, Bella Vista. CAt 3-0934.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, living-din-.(
* ingroom, bedroom, kitchen, service
$40. First street in front San Fer-
nando Clinic ICorrasquUlo). Fourth
house left hand side, 390-A.

WANTED
Apartments
WANTED:-One-bedroom apartment,
fully furnished, in Bella Vista or
Exposition. Phone 3-1890.


FOR RENT
Miscellaneou
FOR .RENT: Site for clinic. Phone
2.1657.

FOR RENT
-Rooms
FOR RENT:....-Cool furnished room for
bachelor Private entrance. No. 71
Estudiahte Street, Apt. 5.
FPR RENT: Nicely furnished big,
cool room, Compo Alegre, private
both. Meas available. Also mealts
delivered at home. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:-Furnished bedroom for
couple. 1st Street, Perejil No. 10,
Apartment 6.

Freights Only
NEW" oRT, R. 1. -4UP)- Deir-
aBf P. O'Bri1n, New Haven Rail-
road tiet agent for haMl a cen'
tury, ha't seen a pas"eger tralaS
in 1 years. 'e last sae
train to pull ,out 0'this ed M
sort leM July 14, IMn.


No Reversals


MEMPHIS. TnBa. (UP)
There was no do.Jt abemRt "a
Seiencf the umpire, Jimmy W



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To soften a th1lckened skin
causedd by weeks Ip the bsur, thie
girl (bve) uses a lanelfh-rick I
bodY Miafter her bath. j

TOWARDS the end of summer,
y skin may hAve become
somewhat leathery in texture as
Well as deeply tanned. A rough-
looking skin is most unattractive
and maybe vea lead to permanent
skin damage.
' Even the best tan is insufficient
reward if you mst sacrifice
smooth, petal-soft skin. And those
extra daily baths you've been
king mean your .skin has 'had
more doses of, soap than it re-
quires during any other time. -
With soap, salt wate'-, sun and
I sa breezes taking its toll of your
arms, legs, fee, neck and shout.
ders, 'yu'lI need to take" special
care to restore your skin to its
healthy, pampered condition. .
One of the best. ways -'to give
your body (not just your face
and hands) the special condition-
ing 'it n sedisis to'nourish it Vith
a lantli4-ricrP ,body- 'lotion. To
eutralie he dr yin g, effects
smimer weather has had on your
skin, choose one that's made with
a Oap-tree base.
Smooth the lotion on your'skin
just after your bath and when-
everyou can. This lotion is not
sticky or greasy. And its makers
elalim it leaves no- artificial film
on the skin aq it penetrates
quickly.


You can use this same lotion
for such special grooming jobs as
smoothing ragged cuticle skin,
hangnals, hard skin of callusqs
and rough elbows, hbeds ad
sm~


Cold Standard
Still Holds
For Eyeglasses


OC1IESTER, N. Y. (UP)-I
The ePnted States has never gone,
off the gold standard so far as eye-'
glasses are concerned.
This nation -probably is the
world's greatest user of gold in,
eyewear manufacturing.
Gold 'is considered essential -by
,gyewear makers because of its
icon-tarnishing qualities, dgrasbity
and cosmetic value, aMccordn, to
stylists of a local optical (Shur6n)
company. Alloyed with other/met.
Sas, it can be colored in several
flattering shades and it is virtual-
ly indestructible.
SMost types of American eyewe
use some gold. Today, gold 41ll
frames- are staging a comeback 'In,
s tylish glasses for both men and
women, the experts report,


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Popular film star Clark ,0-.
ble "is fading away," accord-
ing to a Loadon, ,nla
newspaper. Thaes patwfs
kisses e s teid g
heavy; his eyes dull, and l- h
manner weary.,,

Mrs. Julia Loyd
Is Buried 4
At Pueblo Nuevo -
COLON, Sept. 4 Tihe death
of Mrs. Julia Lloyd. a
of 8th St., and MetledeU AW-
me, was recorded at the Santo
90mu n hospital a TUay, an.
er month of Uillnae
Mrs. Lloyd, a ative of Ktx*-
lsto, Jamaica, arrived on t
lsthmus In 10L. 81e was I
years-old at te. at bet
death. "muraL ese cn-
dueated at the Cs Church
Il Ptledo Nueaw :
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. WA8HCTON,Sept.-4 (UPI-
orei chieet. Harold .9
Stase announced today he will
award .M.irms about hals the
cotraqMrt A bil railroad
eguipmnMt order for India even
thouh they outbid by for-
4T& deeisioal made under
heavy prqsun from American
ildutry, wl h the cost of
the cotraats to- bout 27 mil-
lion dollars, some 7 million more
than the original estimate.
The contract Involve ',100
s'eam locomotives and some 5.-
000 freight cars to be supplied to
I4da under the foreign aid pro-
gram. Normally, the Foreign On-
Dratlons Administration opens
such work to Morldwide blditng
and tAkes the lowest offer.
In this ease, US. railroad
einpment m a n u I a turers,
w ose business has been In a
slump, protested the prospect
of the contracts going over-
Stassen told a newsconferenee
his decision was based'mainly on
the distress conditions In the.
U.S. industry. He added that the
contracts will not nceasarily net
t pattern for' future FOA opera-


tnI& if the U.. eeomQ y J
yp he said, hisagency. wTiNE
Sa trict orld-tde.
curement als."
Bt~~oid he blleve the
e. contracts wi be dl-
S twen the low bidder, a
j._are fmln'and the "mly Vt. '
the dn* .
Limaorp.. Pllade
He aldaBbesuth'oi tLWMsl
road cars might be awarded to
Japanese and Europeanolow bid-
ders and Uhe other half to thre
U. firms. They are the MtWr
Crtp.. Clifton, NJ.; Warrem
Car Co, Warren, Pa.,,-and Real.
wayr Export Corporation of
Low bid for the locomotives
was 81,471 each by the Japan-
ese Stck Sc ort C
Toky. e Phiadelphia firsur \
bid &178,200. ,
Low bid for the freight ecm;
was $1.700 per car from a Be -*i
glan firm. American bids rang- I
ed up to $3,515. Stassen said the- I
highest U.S. bidders will iave to.-
match the bid of the low Ameri-
can competitors to win some of
the work.


Senate Inquiry Chairman


Denies Anti-McCatthy Bias
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UP)- sure committee. Flanders said
Chairman Arthur V. watklis the positton taken by Watldna.
(R-Utah) said yesterday he has was "perfectly logical." .
found no bias against Sen. Jo- Watklns referred reporters to:
seph R. McCarthy in the special a motion q the statement wttL ,-
Senate, Committee considering which he opened the hearings,./
censure charges against the Wis- Tuesday. '
cOnsin Republican. He said the# committee meh- ,
Watkins also told reporters he bera regarded their appointment.
has neer met a "fairer group of as a trust but realized they are
men" than the committee me!n human beings and were awarq,
bers. of the controversy ovr
He Insisted they can "set aside thy.
any impressions we have had in e went on to say that they
the past and consider this mat- may have expressed Impresaion
ter fairly and equitably," abb$t the conrovers, but. t
Watkiins wat questioned about their experience should enabler
a remark,he made for newsreel them to disregard "any Impres-
cameraman .Wednesday a sion or preconceived notions
statement later denounced by thev may have bad in the PAL."
McCarthy as 'fantastic." The, censure hearings wl re-
Watkins said then he did not sume Tuesday morning. Mcar- at
consider impartiality a require- thy has indicated he may offer
ment for membership on con- his defense then.
gressional committees because
of senatorial commitments to
political parties and platforms. KeV., Mrs. Oonnon
Watkins sad he thought t. i .
question to which he replied had Tl e retedAt
referred to 'the Senate In gen-
era." ra ehe question Reception Tonight
%W~arth rsed ,the .question. .
of. impartllty Iz+ demandlngu0 '_1 --. ..-,4&
that Sen. Edwin C; Johnson (D- The Rev. T.- stle_ i
Col6.) a committee member, state and Mrs. Cannon of Jma_ as

"loathe" McCarthy. Johnson has parishioners at a reception .iMu A
said merely he never said hhe te balmlr oom of tle Iltarata-Vs-
personally loathes McCarthy. al Hotel, tonight at 7.
Sens. Ralph E. Flanders (R- Rev. cannon was Superinten-
Vt.) and Wayne Morse (Ind-Ore.) dent of Methodist Churches tIn'
two of the senators who filed Panama and Costa Rica from
censure charges against McCar- 1935 to 1945.
thy, said they have full confl- The Canbns return to aalt-
dence in the fairness of the cen- ca ,next week.
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-Co.. iei Naviaton Dtion, and Ferrt
SD H. udge, thi
So week gave an instructive dm
Caribbea coalla (ub I Arrangements for study groups onstraw n ofr f latest metoad-
Now s havebeen apeen with four now used for artificial respira.
For Gteas, Pro srgan M rs.. A ofn. HU ca coas tn oflam

leage Club,.called by Mrs. Caorlee.tieman garden study g p as Ruage stressed the importance
in Geetpresident, at her horeng eae-an Mrs ,. uuer. ofartificial respirafion a
inbers tenjoyecoffee, ilrsda e dis g ,m Lon range plans were dised means of reanimating the lungs
sing plans fothe r's active. sd for the Penny Social a year-of a victim who has apparently
ties. ly activity toin'yanco the scholar. stopped b r e thing. It was
Sship offered by the club each ear brought out that n times of
The club is beginning its third A report was given by Mrs. John eace the greatest cause of death
year 6n the Atlantic side of the Brown on preparations for the e UfN. NvY Is due to
Isthmus, nd plas are being scholarship meeting in October, drinown ngand many lives are ac.
made to er a scholarship this ad other business matters were ea o savedrdae prom tiex.
Yr i in the past.,It Is hoped that, concluded.respirat n
e.e te past.h interest-Io at Co Rudge, known as "Danny," has
oed in furthering higher education been schooling many different
will takf art.rinpla fibhrthe coaon- outfits In life saving. He urges
g year in pla the Margarita Bridge.Winhers ll his students to pass on to
Sr The winners of the duplicate others the knowledge.
The first General Assembly will bridge games played Monday at --
be held Tuesday, Sept. 21, at the the Margarita Service Center when / .1
Elki Club in Margarita, at -:30 the Howell Movement was used, lae
p.m. This will- be a membership were: J
reception, and all who are In ac-. ,
corSW l th talnis'ofthe Club are I First, Major and Mrs. B. G. i .
invited. Th7 gest speaker will be Sims: second, Capt. and Mrs. Ar. V~s'cher & f d de
Mr; P. Dur United States Consul, !thur Buseby and third, Miss Jean
'whose subject for the evening Dobie and iMr. Harry Friedland.
will be "American Influence in Duplicate bridge will be played O
European Recovery." Monday, as usual.


Chairman Vogel Says TVA

Geffing Along OK With AEC

WASHINGTON, ept. 4 (UP)- It set off a 13-day'Senate de'-
The chairman of the Tennessee bate against the administration's
Valley Authority. and the Atom- recently-enacted atomic energy
le Energy Commission annoinc- bill. Democratic national chair-
ed yesterday a "meeting of the man Stephen A. Mitchell de-
minds has been achieved on all nounced It as, a "scandal."
fundamental issues" in granting Two TVA directors complained
the controversial Dixon-Yates to the AEC in an Aug. 26 letter,
atomic mwer contract. made public Thursday, that the
TVA Chairian Brig. Oen.He.t- AEC had withheld facts TVA
bert D. Vogel and K. D. Nichols, needs to reach an agreement
ABC general manager, after with the AEC. The protest was
meetnW t6'rkout'contrasttde- made by TVA Director Harry A.
SLfuler Curtis in a letter to the Budget
eip8muvnspirttotofwgpodwill as
is the, Curtis then was serving as act-
The;contract, now being nego- ing TV4 chairman. On Wednes-
tiated' between AXC and Dixon- day Vogel was sworn in and took
Yates, talls for the channeling of over the reins. He was appointed
600 000 kilowatt of private pow- by the President to succeed Gor-
er into the 'NVA system to re- don Clapp.
place a similar amount supplied Nichols and Vogel said that
under contract by the public 'many technical details" still
power agency to atomic plants, must be worked out.
That means there must be a "But," they said, "a meeting
readjustment of the present a- of the minds has been achieved
agreement between TVA and the on all fundamental Issues and
AECObefore-theDixon-Yates con- TVA will proceed in good faith
track can be signed. and as expeditiously as possible
The contract, which provides to prepare the'necessary data,
for construction of a private and it is expected that the tech.
power plant at West Memphis, nical staffs of both organizations
Ark., to serve TVA, was ordered will get together for discussion
by President Eisenhower. within the next 10 days."


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(Editor's note-Thiss is another
of a weekly series on American
cooking, home-style, featuring in-
terviews with good cooks from
Maine to California.)
By BOB TALIFERRO
United Press Staff Correspondent
BIRMINGHAM (UP) Mrs.
David Roberts, III, one of Bir-
mingham's best-known coo k s,
says it pays to make friends with
your butcher.
"He car save you time and mon-
ey by knowing what and how
much meat you want," she said.
"If you make friends with him he
will take pride in cutting and
trimming your meat sand teing
Iy about th secia."
nrs. gRoberts'8, lish by birth,
Yankee by adoption, and South-
erner by marriage, said that cook-
ing for family and friends is a
pleasure, not a chore, "If you go
about it correctly."
Cecil, as she is known to her
friends, feeds her healthy family
on $20 a week, but "I stay away
from those high priced butchers."
Mrs. Roberts, a brunette of 368,
formerly was a fashion consultant
in New York. She and her hus-
band, a coal company executive,
have two sons-Robin 16, a n d
David, 10.
Mrs. Roberts recommended keep-
ing small amounts of what she
calls "stretchable staples" in the
refrigerator.
She usually has on hand yeast,
cold dough, pie pastry, pound
cake, various cheeses, garlic but-
ter, hard-boiled eggs, french dress-
ing. cold boiled chicken and fresh
fruit.
"From these, it is quick and
easy to serve an elegant and un-
usual lunch or dinner," Mrs. Rob-
erts explained. "I can serve home-
made rolls, chef salad, strips of
chicken and cheese, hard-boiled
eggs and all the vegetable tidbits
In the ice box."


For a quick and unusual des-
sert. Mrs. Roberts suggests chilled
fruit with cointreau.
The Roberts specialty is beel
-nobs-a variation of the Turkish
dish, shish kabob. She says she
c.-i serve 8 person" for about $4.
r-"ine: sirloin steak (about
SIbs.); 1 medium-sized egg plant:
b iarge tomatoes; 1 lb. ran small
boiled potatoes; 2 large Bermuda
onions; 2 large green peppers; .1
can lIrge whole mushrooms;:
small jar, large stuffed oli v e a
(optional).
Cut steak in cubes of about 1%
inches after first removing excess
fat. Peel eggplant and cut in
slices inch thick, then cut slices
in four quarters. Cut tomatoes into
quarters. Cut Bermuda onions into
quarters, separating large flakes.
Cut green pepper into squares
-about 1 Inches. Thread long
skewer? aluminumn, clothes wire
may be substituted for expensive
skewers) with alternate pieces of
the above, first placing a potato.
then slices of green pepper and
then onions next to the meat.
When skewers are treated with
tho ineredientx. place on barbecue
grill, brush with sauce and cook
for about eight minutes, turning
skewers and brushing with sauce
frequently. May be served with
tos.-d green salad, baked grits or
'-garlic bread.


" Barbecued Beef On Buns

Labor Day Cook-Out Treat


ICRUOAN T -N.AM au e re* a cae cok-ew*at with barbe-
eai deed em baun th" mainstay eo fhe eanL
ByGAYNOI MADDOX
NEA Foo' and Markets Editor
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How about a canyon cook-out
over Labor Day?
We- talked with some Michigan
teen-agers yesterday who gave us
their see*ets of a successful Cook-
out for the gang.
First plan to eat in the cool of
a canyon, they advised. Make bar-
becued beef in bakery buns the
mainstay of the. meal Take along
potato salad topped with stuffed
eggs, whole tomatoes, relishes
such as olives, pickles and carrot
sticks. Buy a gh and handsome
chocolate cake and lots of fresh
fruit to eat as is. That's for teen-
K lemgan's, eue"gs eat
goolt
Barbecued Beef
(Makes enough filling for
24 sandwiches)"


Brown meat well in 1 tablespoon
fat in heavy Saucepan. Add 1%
cups water,. cover and simmer un-
til tender-1W to 2 hours. Put me
through coarse grinder. Fry onio
in 2 tablespoons hot shortening un-
til tender and transparent.
Combine with meat. Add tomato
soup, e a su p, Worcestershire
sauce, salt, pepper and celery
salt. Add about 2 cups meat broth
to make -the mixture moist. Hea
o bubbling and serve between
buns.


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VACATION WILL BE A SUCCESS
IF YOU RELAX AND ENJOY IT
It will be a wonderful vacation
if-
You see new places you find
beautiful or interesting or return
to a spot you already know and
love,
Most of your dealings with
strangers along the way are pleas-
ant and you don't let the occasion-
al sourpuss you may run into up-
set you.
You get to do at least one thing
you can't do at home or rarely
find time to do.
Your vacation brings back some
happy childhood memory of a
long-gone summertime.
You don't cornm are everything
with home to the disadvantage of
everything new you see or experi-
ence.
You take small inconveniences
in your stride, instead of com-
plaining about them.
You manage to forget the work
and the responsibilities that. are
waiting for you when the vacation
is over and enjoy each day as it
comes along.
You meet people that you find
interesting and that you enjoy
even though your paths may never
cross again.
You pick up a few new ideas
that you can carry back with you
in place of the colored rocks and
other "precious" souvenirs you al-
ways carted home from a vacation
I when you were a child.
You take the time to really see
the world about you, so th-t years
later you will be able to recall
just how trees grew along a lake
or the beauty of a sunset.
When you unlock your own front
door, home looks better to you
than when you left it and the
problems waiting for you seem
smaller than they did.
Then your vacation will have
been a real success.


Who Wants Money?


* Tip.Top Potato Salad HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) -
(I servings) State Treasurer Joseph Adorno
Swishes persons with state checks
Six potatoes, cooked in jackets, would cash them. He said 20,000
(4 cups, cubed), 1 onion, chopped, are out, some of them for as long
3 hard-cooked eggs, sliced, 1 cup as 14 years.
chopped celery, 1 cucumber, diced,
1% teaspoons salt, Y4 teaspoon


Two pounds boneless meat, cut paprika, V% cup French dressing,!
in 4-inch pieces, 1 tablespoon mayonnaise.
shortening, 4 cups chopped onion,
2 tablesioons shortenig, % 'i4p Combine all ingredients except
undiluted tomato soup, cup eat. mayonnaise. Chill 4 to 6 hours.
sup, 2 tablespoons Worcestershire Just before serving, add mayon-
sauce, 1 teaspoons salt, dash of naise and mix carefully. Serve in
pepper, celery salt. lettuce, cups.





-- 0 -
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE What would we think of the
I*-t idea of asking parents who want
WHEN Peg was 5 per parents divorces to undertake special child
were divorced. Soon after, her guidance study before the divorc-
father remarried. From then on, es are granted?
Peg spent all her summers with
him and his growing family. It might help. Angry women
Now she is having'a hard time might stop producing sons who re-
making a go of her own marriage. express the instability they a s-
F, Peg'is driven by s'me need sociate with mahood, or little
to depreciate her husband. If he daughters who grow up to drive
has an argument with the boss their own husband away from
she mus, suggest that it may them by distrust and fear of more
mean dismissal. Often' bee f o r hurt.
their friends,- she will plaintively
discuss his salary limitations.
She talks endlessly of the econo-
mies that as-Bill's wife s hes Makes
make. If you admire a dress his
money bought, she is compelled Award In Tampa
to tell you that it's "just an old A d I T
thing made over." ,


If Peg knew -the source of her
depre native attitude, she might
be able to do something about it.
She doesn't.
e a t


WASHINOTON, Sept. 4 (UP)
-The Federal Communications
Commission today granted the,
Tampa Television Co., a per-


The two immature young people mit for a new television sta-
who broke hai home after bring- tion on Channel 13, at Tampa.
ing her here knew-nothing about Fla.
the possible effects t their action
upon her .. The FCC denied competing
STHEY could not help her with applications-for the sani chan-
Sher di ippofltment in her father. nel by the Tampa Times Co..
He never r.latered the loneliness and the Orange Television
of the daughter who used to stand Broadcasting Co.
aside when he gave her stepsister
swimming lessons long ago. The FCC's decision reversed
So Peg goes on depreciating Bill a hearing examiner's recom.
without any idea that her poor mendation last December to
expectations of him are her dis- award the TV permit to the'
appointed expectations of her fath- Times.
er. Without aware ess of her fear
that Bill will let her down be- The FCC based its decision
cause Daddy did. she cannot con- on programming proposals and
trol its destructive effects on her its policy of promoting diversi-
marriage. ficatlon of control of the m-
I country, t is estimated of mass communications
a aoo cnren a The FCC noted that the FCC noted that the Times
r of fathers by death d company ow one of Tampa's
Viore. i day newspapers and ra-
thb i a tatistIc t e ii station WDAEpand WDAE-
pause. For a father's service is! s n n
not primarily to give children
fnahi support. It is to define W Walter Tison. vice presi.
manhood to them.
IF our young people continue t dent and largest stockholder in
try to build marriage o roman Tampa Television, ownsTamp
love. what's going to bimaen rado station WALT. The FCC
the American idea of m an- said he had promised to sell
blood? One wonders. For of course the station In the event that
tashiou in romantic love chance Tampa Televison won the TV
Switch the movie tars contest.
9rdP or standards of romae ntic
appeal. The FCC gave Tampa Televi-
Thoere's little hope that we plan sion preference over the other
to do anything about our cult of t'o applicants 'n the matter
romantic love. Not for dome time, of programming because It pro-
W we ei a new dvwe tItersburg. Fa., through an aux
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NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UP)-The Giants were By United Press
red hot and ready for the stretch battle today after he Jacksonville Braves have Results O f 2nd 1I
a 7-4 key victory over the Dodgers because knuckle set their sights on the South At-
ball relief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm is at his baffling with their 19 lo e -to s
--best aain The Braves who last season r|n
again. won the pennant but lost to o- M arlin, Sa sh T
"Manager Leo Durocher sald out and put on two big rallies, lumbia in the playoffs-got off
'~w1helm Is every bit as good as scoring five runs in the fifth and in the right direction b beating --
ewas for us In his rookie year three in the ninth in a 9-2 win Columbia Thursday night in the ... anaaPal
of 1952." That year he won 15 at Washington. Jim Konstanty playoff opener, 3 to 1. n Officiaresults of Panama's Pm
and lost 3. won his first American League Young Humberto Robinson d International Mrlin and fish r
Wilhelm said "This was the game In a flve-inning scoreess grabbed the victor by neatlySailfish T tournament which took W
biggest game I ever won. And relief chore and Hank Bauer col-placing seven Columbia hits. place nu u r te auspices
how about that single? That gave elected three hits. I However, Jacksonville had to of the Panama Rod & Reel Club ident
me the biggest thrill I ever had Jack Dittmer's homer in the come from behind to win. Law- .have jst been re sed by the Lne
a ame since I got a ho r th gave Mlwaukee a 3-2 wild rence Hoover blanked the Braves Tourna ntCommittee. In
off Dick Hoover of the Boston victory at Cincinnati after Del for seven innings and carr at i
Eraves In my first time at bai Crandall's homer in the ninth 1-0 lead Into the el-h t. Ye peted n the tournament, raisg
in 1952." i sent the game into extra Innings. Jaxons exploded for three runs a total of505 sailfish, and at- bi
S Dodger fans said dolefully nl Ted Kluszewski hit a two-run In the eighth. Ing 2W. 57 Marin were raised line u
ther best Brooklynese "Hoyt homer, his 42nd, for Cincy's runs The Savannah Athletics-who with 21 boa te. ..gh..
holt us" l in a game that also featured a finished in the runner-u spot Biggest news of the.tourna-T ig."
Wil helm was the big man fist-swnging session in the 8th to Jacksonville-topped third-ment wshe new worldsreord Tour
Around In the triumph that when Jim Greengrasg slid into!place Macon by the same 3-to-i set by J: Frank Baxter of Miami, John
boosted the Giants lead to tour Milwaukee shortstop Johnny Lo- count Jim Miller did the work when witha3 thread, lb. in s
full games and reduced the!r gan to break up a double play.for the As with a neat six-hit-.ine e boateda 145b. slfsh
Pennant combination to llt They exchanged punches and ter. Ini fias Bay while a bard thPe He
ames. Any combo of 19 Brook- players on both teams joinedd the "Bert. Baxer wireceive the &
yn defeats and Giant victories melee. Later Logan and Johnnyhit the 362nd home run of his luranfRosesr illr r aTna t e
means the pennant. Wilhelm Temple of Cincinnati started alcareer to take ovp ..- .RanorD1i Ctlcer TheT rt
cme In to relieve Sal Magles ana new fight. Logan and Greengrass the all-time ranks in an 11-1 namentdinnCdadit oha Torr ceiv
pitched three scoreless inngs, were thrown out of the game. Red Sox triumph over te A com n 1st in the 3 treadama
ing up only a single to Pewee Milwaukee moved to within letlcsat Philadelnhia c .om ..i. ...e 3 thre ....i.
.e.se Oin the ninth and retire ng U 2 ames of second-place class wil receive a Womack husn
Sthe side with the bases loaded In Brooklyn and stayed within YESTERDAY'S S R American k Company
the eighth after he lapsed and 6 games of the top dog Gi- ry Doy, whose 30th home rn nd i th thred class R
yielded three walks. ants, ave the Indian 's.3-2victorywSerntha 3theamwee
Wilhelm also drove home the The Phils made it five victon- over the WhteS' n e asBert Harbon, awother.imTere
winning rn with his first hit ri es In a row by defeating Pitts- them 3 games In front of thepounder wl receive a Panam Oo
of the son-he oe t b 7 as the Pi Yankees. od l e Clu Pana r be wir
:caused the 'big thrill." It came rates ran their losing streak tood & Reel Club trophy. Be
4n the seventh after Don Muel- nine. Curt Simmons pitched a Harbon alsowins first pri I mis
jer walked and Davey Williams five-hitter to win the opener and | the 6 thread class or his 10 v. silver
..sinled. Wilhelm, "o for 15," Gran Hamner set the pace in t fl fish. He will receive atrophy cMlas
slashed a single off Hughes for the second game by getting three donated by Womack American caught
the tie-breaking tally. The doubles and a single. Whiskey Company. Bradford For
Giants picked up two more At St. Louis, Gene Baker dou-M | C & J* Muse of Corozal came in second& Rel
runs later but they were anti- bled home the tying and win- LOOU J Iln inIIs in the 6 thread class for a 119 as foll
climactic. ning runs In a three-run rally in r lb. sailfish and will receive a 3.thi
S'Cleveland stayed 31/2 games in the ninth to give the Cuba a 4-3 Panama Rod & Reel Club Tro- 11 lb.
Front in the American League by win over the Cardinals. Alex Teams W L Pct. Pv- ..
"featilf the White Sox at Chi- Grammas hit his first big league Toronto 90 55 21 the 9thread class uck Forges
Son the margin of Lar Rochester 83 60 .580
emagin of Lar- homer for St. Louis. Ronto 90 55o...2 Baugher of West Palm Beach 9 thr
by's 36th homer as Bobby Bill Tuttle hit a th-lnnng Montreal 80 61 came in first with his 15 lb. sal drdge
Xtier won his 12th game against single to score the winning run Syracuse 70 71' 496 and will receive a oack 15 t
S ,t e defeats. The Yankees scor- for the Tigers in a 4-3 decision Havana 71 75 486 American Whiskey Comany Clark.
0g i -their runs after two were at Baltimore, while Ted Williams Buffalo 65 76 481 trophy. John Mahoney of Miami L li
i c 5ihmn, 4 came in second with his 141 lb. will re
O ttaw.. 56 8 sall and will receive a Panama Panan
I .. ..............Ottawa 50 5. 87 .39.. Rod & Reel Club trophy, largest
SHOW AT YOVR SERVICES YESTERDA-y'S RESULTS In the 15 thread class J. D. Conw
CSHON EIN AT YOUR SERVTICEYistGaeR sMcLamb of Miami for his 129 thL
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S I S hirley BOOTH I AIa LADD Heintzelman and Johnson.n second with his 127 pounder a nibbl
*I B^. N "PARATROOPER" Cueche and Noble. will ge t a Panama Rod Ree
S ABOUT MBR. LESLIE" Tenhnlcoorl /S n ..'-- JClub Trophy. 5m
SSunday TROOP I(S codnGmey 40T '" Richmond 000010 000-1 7 John yvtch Jr. of Westtat teh
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Medlinger, Zeiser (5) and Ta-
bacheck. Rogovin and Noble,
Guerra (8). LP Medlinger.
(Ten Innings)
Syracuse 000 002 002 1-5 9 2
Montreal 000 301 000 0-4 9 0
Peters, Springer (4), Meyer
(6), Zinke (10) and Lonnett. Cox,
Mickens (9) and Howell. C.
Thompson (10). WP Meyer.
LP Mickens.
Buffalo 000 120 101-5 11 1
Ottawa 100 100 000-2 6 2
Froats, Swarts (6) and Lake-
man. Wheat and Plumbo. WP -
Froats. HR Northey.
Toronto 011 020 010-5 10 1
Rochester 100 025 00x-8 14 1
Lombardi, Crimian (6), Shre
(6), Landeck (8) and Howard.
Jackson, Luna (5), Blaylock (8)
and Burbrlnk. WP Blaylock.
LP Crimlan. HR Morton.

Fifth Place Havana

Gains On Syracuse

In RI e For 4th
NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UP) -
The Cuban Sugar Kings, who
wilted in the summer heat,
moved within one and one-half
games of the last playoff spot in
the International League today,
thanks to a pair of fine pitching
by ex-majpr leaguer Saul Rogo-
vin and Venesuelan Emillo Cue-
che.
Havana, which made a strong
bid for the pennant during the
early part of the season, slipped
down to fifth place during Au-
gust, but tight pitching and
strong hitting earned the club
4-2 and 13-1 victories over the
Richmond Virginians last night.
The victories gave Havana a
four-game winning streak.
Cueche gained his 13th victory
of the year against 12 losses by
allowing the Virginians four hits
in the opener and Rogovin
notched his eighth triumph a-
gainst the same number of los-
ses in the nightcap. *
The second-place Rochester
.Red Wings moved to within six
games of the league lead by
downing the pace-setting Toron-
to Maple Leafs, 8-5; the fourth-
place Syracuse Chiefs edged
third-place Montreal, 5-4; and
Buffalo defeated Ottawa, 5-2, in
other games.


international


tournament


Beach for "the most sail-
eleased in one day"-seven
Hceive the Julian T. Cran-
rOphy donated by the Pres-
ot the Ashway Line &
' Company.
the nzgniy prized black
i class John McConaghy of
s, Canal Zone boated the
t In the pnlimted test
lass within lam41 pounder
t from his boat "The VI-
He will receive a Panama
it Comnm$ison trophy.
a, also of Balboa, came
ond lthis class with his
. black.
will receive a Panama Rod
1 Club Trophy. Mrs. Virgi-
pencer leads in the 24 lb.
ne dlass for black marlin
her 331 pounder and will
e a trophy from the Pan-
Tourist Commission. Her
nd Donald Spencer came
ond with a 290 lb. black
ill receive a Panama Rod
e1 Club trophy. Their fish
landed from their boat
Fin Goose."
rge B. Nickel of Fort Kob-
is a Panama Tourist Com-
n trophy for his 344 pound
marlin in the unlimited
Sthe only silver marlin
dolphin, the Panama Rod
el Club will give trophies
ows:
read Class Frank Baxter
aread Class Barney W.
on 31 lb.
read Class William El-
Jr. 44 lb. .
readd Class Howard L.
Jr. 35 lb.
le Beauchamp of Balboa
iceive a trophy from the
nia Rod & Re1el Club for the
tuna caught 18 1-2 lbs.
iolatin prize, awarded by
imama Rod. &A ReOl Club
o Edwin Drescher, Division
er of Latin American Di-
pf PAA who pt not' even
Despite the .fact tht his
. companion same
day


* .'IV. 1


Gibraltar Edges Cl yton

68-66 To Cop Lsthmian

Invitational Tournament'


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The final game of the Isth-
mian Invitational Basketball
Tournament was played Wednes-
day night at the Margarita Gym.
The two finalists, Ft. Claytop
and Gibraltar Life presented the
fans with a top notch game,
which was studded with stellar
playing and outstanding plays
throughout all four quarters. 01-
braltar won 68-66 in a spine-
tingling thriller.,
Clayton was ahead at the close
of the first quarter by the score
of 19 to 16. At half time, Clayton
left the floor leading 40 to 29,
and many poeple conceded vic-
tory to Clayton at this point
especially when the third quar-
ter started and Clayton kept
rolling on. At the end of the
third quarter, the score was 55
to 42 'in favor of Clayton.
At this point the heavy artil-
lary of Gibraltar opened up.
Nando Tom intercepted several
passes and drove in for layups
to score six points in the big
quarter. Capablo, held scoreless
all game broke loose fir two
quick baskets. Jim Brady con-
nected on two field goals, while
Wally Trout threw in 3 out of
4 from the foul line.
The last quarter drives of 01-
braltar had the fans hanging
from the rafters in their freant
and excitment. With about 33
seconds remaining to play, and
with the score knotted at 66-66,
Trout stepped' to the foul line
and dropped two successful foul
shots through the nets to put
Gibraltar ahead.
A last minute desperation toss
by Lypke of Clayton fell short of
the mark, and Gibraltar had
overcome a defecit of 16 points
at one stage of the game to win
the championship game of the
tournament.
Trophies, donated by the Uni-
versal Sports Corporation, -were
presented at the end of the
game by Bill Maynard, coach at
Mar ra Gym.


The box score
GIBRALT


N. Gibson
B. Oibson
Trout
Brady
Tom
Peltynovich
Capablo
Simons
Taylor


I:
Al LIFE
PG S PP TP
1 3 2
4 3 32 9
1 3 3 5
7 0 2 14
5 0 2 10
8 3322
2 2 0 6
0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
27 14 15 48


FT. CLAYTON
Simona 4 2 1 10
vlin 2 4 4 8
Maas 8 2 1 18
Mosley 1 4 3 6
Wilens 5 1 4 11
Lypke 1 0 0 2
Callsh 1 0 0 2
Chatwin 2 1 0 5
Scully 1 2 4 4
X5 16 17 6


Order Imo Equipment
For
PONY & LITTLE LEAGIIU
CIA. IRVING ZAPP, S. A.
TeL -35 flBox 13n
Panama, I. P.


Championship basketball Is on
the week's schedule at Fort Kob-
be, where the host Robbe.Life-
liners, Panama Area champions,
begin play tonight at 7:30 a-
galnt the Camp Tortuguero
Turtle, Antflles title-winners, in
the opener of the Caribbean
Command playoffs.
The championship series will
be a bes three-out-of-five af-
lair, and play Will continue
Monday and Wednesday, and, if
necessary, Friday and Saturday
of next week.
Both teams possess strong
records going into the playoffs,
but the 1ifeliners will have
whatever advantage a home
court has to offer. Tortuguero is
the defending Caribbean cham-
pion.
T'he Fort Kobbe record during
the regular" season was 17 wins
and four losses: I
Th r game-by-game record:
64 Special Troops 48
63 Albrook. AFB 36
82 Navy Pacific 53
69 Fort Clayton 66
94 Army Atlantic 74,
68 Coco Solo 75
74 Special Troops 67
64 Albrook AFB 75
79 Fort Clayton 76
83 Army Atlantic 48
78 Coco Solo 84
81 Special Troops 77x
72 Albrook AFB 54,
77 Fort Clayton 73
84 Army Atlatnic 77
74 Coco Solo 54
65 Special Troops 60
77 Albrook AFB 75xx
60 Fort Clayton 67
84 Army AtUatilc 47
84 Coco Solo 77,
(x-ovetime, xx-double overtime)
Camp Tortuguero possesses a
mark of 15 victories and only
one loss. Their game-by-record:
CT Opi.
86 Naval Station 50
65 Henry Barracks 36
73 Ramey AFB 51
99 Camp Losey 60
71 Fort Buchanan 51
63 Fort Brooke 50
89 Naval Station 32
97 Henry Barracks 37
60 Fort Buchanan 50
67 Ramey AFB 53
83 Camp Losey 66
76 Fort Brooke 668
PLAYOFFS
83 Fort Buchanan 64
83 Fort B, ehana6
105 Fort Buchanan 81
Fort Kobbe averaged 75.0
points per game, holding the op-
position to 64.9. The Camp Tor-
tugero Turtles' 'average was
79.0, while defensively held their
opponents to 543.8.
The visiting Turtles are ex-
pected to open play against Kob-
be with their regular season
starting line-up. Willis Johnson
and Howard Hass at forward,
Ken Robbins at center, and Jose
Linares and Jim Alderon at
guard.
Kobbe Is expected to counter
with Ford and McCallen at for-
ward, Don Fuchs at center, and
Don Piersma and Ed Nickles at
guard.

Royal Note Choke

To Win h$1,00o

Futurity Today
CHICAGO, Sept. 4 (UP) -
A two-year-old named 'Royal
Note" is favored to make it
seven out of eight today in
the $145,000 Washington Park
Futurity. If all 11 start, the
winner's share will be $89,000.
Royal Note earned most of
his $152,000 bankroll in the Ar-
llngton Futurity. The Wilston
Stables colt won sia straight
before losing to "Royal Coin-
age" last time out. Eddie Ar-
caro will ride Royal Note. Ar-
caro won with "Mr. Paradise"
in 1952 and last year with
"Hasty Road."
The winner of the Arlngton
Lassie and Washington Prin
ceAs Pat a filly named "Del-
ta" InJured a leg and will
pass up the Futurity.
Stewards at Wa ton Park
have checked a sttement by
owner Andy Crevolin whose
horse "Determine" won the
Kentucky Derby. And they say
movie pictures of a race prove
Crevolin doesn't know what's
happening to his own horse.
They referred to a recent
race in which "Imbros" was
entered. Crevolin is reported to
have told the Jockey to run
last with Imbros. And the
horse did.
However, movies show Jockey
Ray York whipping the horse
at least 40 times during the
race. And the horse's tongue
was hanging oat in the strst&.


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NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teamu. w-, PoL GBTeams W L PLet.
New York 83 44 ,3 Cleveland U 6, UM
Brooklyun o0 53 .'12 4 New York 41 G O l.
Mawaukee 78 54 .58 6% Chicago -8 4 10 7
Cincnnti 658 08 .4019 Boston 58 73 .4 3
P3 e4 .4a 7721 Detroit :8pAg3761
St. Los 60, .73 l Wshlpgton 5 4..41 '
C icago 7 .42 2~i7 Ph 1 0
Pittsburgh4 4656 38ai3 321
058 M Q Baltimore 43 91 .321 US


TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn rat New York
Milwaukee at Cincinnati
Chica at 8LouisM (N)
No other game scheduled.
YESTU mArs LREULTS
Brooklyn 201 001 000-4 7 0
New York 200 002 12x-7 15 0
.o40s, Huhes (8-3), Lablne and
walker. M le, Wilhelm (10-4)
and Katt, Westrum.
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 000 001 001 001-3 8 3
Cincl. 000 000 020 000-2 1
Burdette Johnson, Jolly (7-5)
a3 CrandalL Valentine, Smith
(4-5) and Seminick, Landrith.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 000 013-4 11 0
St.L Louis 000 000300-3 5 3
Minner (11-9), Tremel, Davis
and Garaglola. Jones (2-3), Bra-
ale, Wade and Sarnt.
(Twilight)
Philadelphia 100 202 002-7 12 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 001-1 5 4
Simmons (12-13) and Buress.
Friend (5-11), Theis, LaPasie,
Hetkl and Shepard.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 020 011 312-10 16 2
Pittsburgh 010 100 000- 2 5 1
Greenwood, Mrozinski, Ridzik
(4-5) and Lopata Littlefield (9-
9), Law. and Atwell.


Major League

Leading Batters
By UNITED PRESS


(Based on 325 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club AB H Pet.
Snider, Brooklyn 502 174 .347
Mayas, New York 484 166. .343
Musical, St, Louis 513 174 .339
Mueller, New York 531 177 .333
Kluszewski, Clni, 499 188 .327
AM33ICAN LEAGV
Noren, New York 382 1M8 .35
Avila, Cleveland 485 160 .330
Mifioso, Chicago 497 161 .324
Fox, Chicago 558 180 .323
Bauer, New York 327 103 .315


TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Philadelphia
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
New York at WMhnlgion (N)


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BPler 8(-3), (8-0)M Garcia
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Washington 100 100 000-2 9 0
uByrd, Konstanty (3-3) andt
erra. Strobb (8-10), Phasual
and Fits Gerald.
S(Night Game)
IBostonre 003 500 012-11 14 X
Philadelphia 100 000 000- 1 4 5
Sullivan (12-11) and White.
Portocarrero (7-16), Sim&, Oster
and Astroth.
(NIghe Game)
Baltimore 000 000 030 0-3 13 1
Detroit 300 ObO 000 1-4 10 1
Turley, Fou (1-2) and Court-
ney. Gromek (16-14) and House.

Mardano Down


To Fighting Weight

For Tle Defense


3I


GROSSINGER, R.Y., Sept. 4
(UP) Heavyweight champion
Rocky Marclano was Just about
at fighting weight today when
he resumed sparring sessions in
preparation for his title defense
against Ezzard Charles on Sept.
15-


Marciano, who took a, holiday
yesterday at nearby West Point,
weighed in at 189 pounds--only
two over the poundagehe ex-
peats to carry Into YTanke 8tM
A-am Wrin
Marelano, who was 30 on Sept.
1, received birthday greetings
from Charles'- co-managers,-
promptin Al Weil, Rocky's pi-
lot, to :uip:


"They want my boy to stay
Chairman Paul Serdar of the well. He's money in the bank to
Illinois Racing Commission has them."
suspended Crevolin in Illinois. Charles, meanwhile, sparred
He already is under a Callfor- two rounds each against Al
nia suspension. Smith and Gene Joes and one
with Coley Wallace at Montioel,
Racing resumes today at Lin- lo, N.Y., bringing his total spar
coln Downs in Rhode Island ring In preparation for the bout
after a four-day stoppage. to 58 rounds. Charles planned to
Tuesday's hurricane "Carol" continue his heavy schedule to-
disrupte4 the power system.' day, tomorrow and Monday.



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SRotes Org Second xliig Card

...-i.,-r Sol For Forh Kobbe
AsSeeper ArenaaTuesday ght TODAY
O n W Coast Lifeliner Arena at Fort Kobbe 1 :
n _' will be the site of the second box-
----- .' Ing card of the Fort Kobbe fight
Written for N Seice A s ( tournament Tuesday night at 7:30, iN I
WiLYNN 0. WAD Sevwhen a full schedule of 10 bouta
By LYNN 0. WALDORF will be fought. M*G-Mmp a
Head Coack ali laforni aTwo Panama Area Armed Foree
\,Cli. Septe 4H P--es champions from last year will
BERKE LEY, Calif., Sept. 4 be out to defend their titles Tues
(NA)---mt's been whispered a. day-featherweight Esteban Me-
A round that my California team lender and heavyweight William
A year is supposed to be stack. Byrd. -
Swith its strongest- squad since the A full house witnessed the fast
Rose Bowl eraf 149-51. At ther moving action of the first boxin
gloom, I must insist the t Monday evening, which was ill-
kSr of the Pacific Coast Conference maxed by seven cons ecutive
appears to be still in the South- knockouts. DABAM rMA
land In the form of UCLA and The first two bouts ended in de.
nr Crr. Southern California. cislons with Pfc. ose Rosas tak- FeE Iw
ing a flyweight win from Pvt. Jo.
The Uclans lost Paul Cameron ise Rojas, and Pvt. Juan Alvarez
e ded by Jack Ellena over Pfa. Robert Woster.
tackle, Hardan Cureton a n d From this point on. se v en
Jim Slbury at ard and Rom- v Lei rn rcksr up a ja l Of 46 wh r straight KO's were registered, as
e Loudd at end .In the backd- y 1p Pttthn n Olm eire um ao two.z aeBule ainst Blimt es power-punching parade un-K "'
field, I look for John Decker, areu go e ause.. .. Mea en Sept. u m ( a u) folded. Light welterw eight Parade c._ '
transferfromSantaClara, ot or am __ _Henry Akins started the explosion
I Brown to beat out Primo Vila sy wihne counter-pounching and
nueva at tailback. Fullback Bob c ,For uick combinations to score a
S a le h caven lrte a so more last yr O v ch Sfirhate i t n e sst-round knockout over Pfc.
isa ven p ieopyemr. N oaty ari'S t Grs rie Billy Lawson.
SC has dep except at end. Pfc. Roland Poindexter also re-
Among excellent backs are vet- quired less than a round t9 down
eran Aramis Dandoy, with sopho. aL T- AAST LANSING, Mich.. Sept. 4 Cpl. Windred Hamilton for the
more competition from Jon Ar- e(UP) The Michigan State count in another light welt e Dr-AY
nett, a broad jumper who's re- football team has 6 op sopho- weight bout. -. M-
garded as the best prospect a more prospect who was missing Bull-like rushes by Pfc. Robert
years. o on the third day of practice. Sykes, welterweight, proved too
NO CHANCE SPORTS ROY and the well-seasoned nternmuch for Sgt Charles R a k e

*b* 4ZMeNEW YORai Sept, 4 (NEA)sve beat him in obb semi-final with Gilbert Is a 185-pounder from saved by the bell, but hts inabili-
End..John Stewar, Stanford Jones as saying that there are and 37th, the latter a short one.as a four letter mania, where he ty to answer the g Cang for the ecar
Tackle-Mario DaRe, SC not so many good amateur olfSweeny shot the morning round s r
Guard-Jack Patera, Or ers today men like Francis of the final over the Country Club hool. rujo TKO.
Guard-Jim 8 lsburl, U A met Chick Evans and George n of Detroit course, a real test, in i e ht midl
bCentr-Matt gazeit aly C lmaLe even par. BALTIMORE The Baltimorea slon, Ps.Jerry .Ewan scored a
-George S ew, on "Unless a golfer Is financially Stranahan and Meister perhaps Bullets of the National Basket- second-round knockout over Pfc.
SB-Mike Monroe Wash. his remaining an amateur," the it is to capture the Amateur t manager today. He's Rudle followed with a TKO in the third
E L AM S FB-Bb Davenport, UCLA old Grand Sammer is supposed day. Stranaha, t h T o I d Schaffer, long-timebusiness as. over Cpl. Jack ONeal, and left
1.0 Eto have said. "Frank Stranahan Strong Boy w h o has bagged soclate of Bill Veeck. hook and right cross game Pfc. "
California should finish third, and Billy Joe Patton can play everything else a time or t w o, Clair Bee, the Baltimore pres- over Pvt. Glenn B firs-roun d K
it was not elear to this bystander w so many of the fistifourth or fifth in the Conference. amateur golf because they have hasn't been able to cop the Ama- ident, says Schaffer already is The concluding bout saw heavy-
t was not lear to this bystander wh so many of the Our centers are strong, headed the necessary means.tour in 12 outings. He took Sam busy forming a farm system weight Pfc. Ramon Bird gain the
devout scrupulously it candies to the mortAity of Stanley by All-America Mat Hazel t i n e. Those closest to Jones doubt Urzetta to the 39th hole in 1950. which includes Wilkes-Barre. unanimous decision over Sgt. Don-
Ketehel, a middleweight champion who flourished n the early Our guards and tackles are big- very much that he meant it that As a boy of 18 in 1935, Meister, Pennsylvania and the Washing- aid Rennhack.
Rickard era. ger than in the past several years, way. the magazine publisher, w ans ton, D.C., Generals.
What -had made Stanilaus Klecalhis family name) sobut inexperienced. Jin Hanifan beaten in the fifth round in Cleve-
extraordinary that it was still considered a blasphemy to men- and Jim Carmichael, r e g u I a r land. Seventeen years later in The International Boxing Club
tion the name of any other middleweight in the same room, town ends, are back but there's not Seattle, Meister went out in the has arranged a middleweight
or sthenat eowith yothmuchbehind them. same round, after repellItng, mah for Sept. 13 In New York.
or state with his? In the backfield we have Paul among others, such afine sho It pairs two Californians, ninth- eont t Srme
corntrnh o Wmaker as Johnny Dawson. That's r anked Bobby Jones of Oakland, aI, F ,t I .
Snever saw him eight. Going over his record prior to the Larson. who led the country last. m erM arers nohny Dw ie Tt s r Bobby Jonesr tala PEo a. a
eCe s whiteln g al for the middleweight champon- yearn yardage gained passi progress Martin from Glen-t--





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rierpn epr pas fight Ia wcou rsewnlld cm from rr bd *o pud over run e ah anases d Caps r dd he
ta. rsipnfse eet hoe cai.no aecnh sd rhert of r n, hRsat out 1958Ph. because of in e
.rVIIod -WOi i s- etift e ieu y 1Sz31, swand-se'sPlNow thh e Ancient Is molding more and -so-
m h e adevelopt i we'll 0 uhave 4 bpreseta.tuc drivers can't wait to Set to perior player d a ,de at. "pETERPAN"l
"Would you not say, that Philadelphia Jack O'Brien was ve team-after meeting Oklaho- sttee.They developrapidly n ma
fighter of great ability?" asks H. F. McKinley, 177 B.66th l at., N. m in-the opener and Ohio Staten, rpb it thedR andge winningtheameur oedife atr
y. C; "The way Ketchel gradually solved O'Brien defense uand Oct. 2.a an public links, the Royal and cult with each succeeding year. 1anfel m
knocked him dead with a punch will ever remain a 'classic of
thoe rin. It was his first fight in New York. And Broadway Oregon has lost very few men
took him to its heart. It wan not so much whom etchel fought, and is the big darkhorse contend-
isbut how he fought., lass was written all over him." er in our section. Nine bof the 1953
starters are back. George Shaw,
COMMIN: A number of other Ketchel loyalistsastress the a quarterback who can pass, kick

but too late to get credit for a knockout. However, O'Brien was standing. So is Jack Patera, a
a Taking f'Zht figure at the time and never a ball of fire, any- 230-pound guard.
way, and in a return meeting, a couple of'months later, etchel Bracket Stanford and Washing-
s!dpped him in three heats, nton with Oregon and California. t
From M. N, 30 W. 70th St., N. Y. C.: "For a proud fighter bination of Bob Garret throwing
to react to a knockdown, or bad cut, with fear, fury and intensity to ends Sam Morley and J oh n
is standard psychological and physiological behavior. It happens Steinberg, but the boys on the
--constntly. Classic examples are: Terrs-oldstein, Mitchell-Farm will have a stronger line.
Leonard (Benny recovered consciousness and won, Robinsbon- John Stewart is a fine receiver at
Turpin, 'to name a few. oend, and Don Kafkh and others
s h o u I d show improvement at
quarterback.
THE DOUBLE CROSS Washington may have problem ms
"Johnson's reaction differed from the others mainly in the up front because the Huski.es hadb AuPalmed
degree of Its success. Fighters, of course, dont always act like a senior link last yeao. Mike Mon
this. At time .... .. .. nd e ti e heas aknockown or bad cut will Induce caution roe heads a group of trily great The Immortal Atlantan, per-
Johnson was lucky that Ketchel could hit and that he (Ketchel) backs. Sandy Ledrermanis an Ie haps better than anyone else, and amn convinced that
landed first. Had the blow landed squarely Johnson would prob- tablished quarterb to ack, and Ir of realizes that with so many t o
ably have been counted ot.'s heard di sturbing (to the rest o p e share the glory it is extremely dif- ero
COMMENT: You willneed afll-in-on this one. us) stories about a soph passer ficult for an amateur to stand out VICEROY
Jack Johnson got up from a knockdown to stop Ketchel cold named Bob Cox. If the line Jtells t a. is rete og
with one punch In the 12th round of a fight In which no load- they'll cause late seasontroubled Ynth
ed gloves were tohve been thrown. The money was to come Washington State, testedinthef et aneslemic n on atop go geater tesm
erom the movies, which were to be nationally distributed. The line, must come up with an ade- from a field of close to 1300, an pleasure I
speed withe which Jobnso l re gains his feet (the fight is often.H quate triple trea tailback. all at match play, has to be a
s iwnd TV film) h and thenst. r nc hwhichbe .e .odemolisheso Oregon State will be -a little bet-a o sckout.d
otmancy" wth w e'm .eter this year, but probably not eIs'- And a year ago, when e ededsn ve found
ethelcase A me to doubt that ts nocdown w the nough to figure much Is th e Con- Dale Morey, 1 up,' at the Okla-
script, and further, to suspect that Kehel tried, to doule cross ferenoe r a. homa City Golf aod Country Club, that VIChROYS suit me best, Their
t teg w was he avywei champi o at time.hTheoBeavers are r ebui w it was freely predicted that Gene exclusive filter tip really increases the

Sh a a espa. t Diego lad won the first money filtered smoke is exactly to my liking,
I remembered that Abe Attell, ote ditsuti shed West Sdrol et .o lee a to re, menf nwhihe he o- and the paper doesn't stick to
r ,esonseo to a hone call, he said: the Ui States O my lips.., nor does the tobacco get in


"You know, we've never had any really great middleweig- ball loose from thete-hird -base- r- E 10-
I mean. fighters that have everything. Papke would have been Iman's hands and the runner Mak they test
the all-time beat If he had been more spirited. You could make scores. Is this legal?-Dave Ro- [
him Oull aek, but etched. never. sensweet.
""ruole with Ketchel, he was too easy to hit. Papke had Answer: The reser is entitled \ With Ve1
b t on the floor four or fve times-in the first round of their to the ban he w'headng Jer- L
z' asetand fight. aId I don't know how many times he let Ketchel third, nL thIi ease-beane It Is 7 1
get away from bhim before he got his knockout an ebstructea n y. Tbe third .S I t vR and ou, to, will convte
"Uftn did he get it? Twelfth, you sa. Well, if he had besemas seuaM net have been yri tr lats ertoo.T
I had mote spirit he would have got it in the second. Ketchel standing in his way unless he nn.f
Swas at111l out on his feet, but PaRke (maybe he was still remem- had the ball. Even though he W
berinxtai th at-round punch in MUwaukee) was too cautious was iting for a to, hbe was Ts,
A $Me moments later, AtteU called pak pat.Te
"Io t to Mtit dle htw would have abasd 5The th tw el-
Osobothrm celar.. a" Upke, o CO WL. Sateb, wsi
V a L"Kf W-7 am h b ai t f Me -There, my Wend, 3LaWbeen, is "S eCV aMitebfite wu-icro\ r nt akg
Ltz~Zg AO Mtfiher" yI st ul" g throw wA" seesi 1
OMMI -: On April 27, 191, Ketchel and Langford did Mnet n *
Smee. The record teln u=s went si x r to no oHeslon ow has r Cro- -T.AM .M-.....Mt-e a .
Phla p They do hosfr, e s the make or t the Yankee coachbeen Maoo A m ~ sistof-dim ... s -'
Smode of hdcuf Langford wore for the occasion. And this with the Yankees?--bb Moore a m 6 MsbAW"M wow .
S*91 dieVMwuhttbaSeI st d Ww grw to seso A.MaW a layer fr n 17ye's W s N e he a r yes *./ /
a = a"d heas 'been a eek for 86.









































Push


For


LONDON, Sept. 4 -(UP) Rome said Italy fav o red the
Prime Minister Winston Church- prompt admission of West Germas.
ill was reported today to have urg. ny to NATO, and might be per-
ed President Eisenhower to join suaded to help mediate between
him in an all-out push for a new France and West Germany.
European security setup as quick- The diplomatic report of
ly as possible. Churchill's private note to Mr.
Diplomatic sources said Eisenhower lacked official confir-
Churchill made the appeal in a mation.
secret report "to the President on The report said Churchill called
the crisis boiling up since France for every possible action to bol-
killed the European Defense Com- ster the position of Chancellor
munity treaty. Konrad Adenauer and his pro-
Churchill was understood to Western policy.
have recommended bringing' At the same time he was said
West Germany directly Into the to have warned against putting
North Atlantic Treaty Organl- too much pressure on F r a n c e,
zation, with safeguards for con- where Mendes France f a c e d
trol of rearmament, mounting hesitancy in the Nation.
The Anglo-American contact at al Assembly to approve any Ger-
the top level was reported among man rearmament at all.
a series of far-flung developments, Adenauer will give an integrat.
including: ed European defense force priori-
1. Sen. Alexander Wiley (R. ty over direct German member.
Wis.) said in Bonn that the de. ship in NATO as a means of re-



pledged member of an European Community can yet be establish-
Army setup with provisions super- ed to avoid a more national type
seding national sovereignty. German Army as under NATO,
3. Three members of Premier these sources said.
Pierre Mendes-Frances cabinet Adenauer declared In an in.
resigned as expected after the as- terview that France "Isolated
sembly defeat of the Army plan herself from Europe and from
Monday. the United States," by rejecting
A I. S. Ambassador C. Dough- EDCu and he pinned the blame
las Dillon in Paris heard from on the French premier.
Mendes-France that the P re- Adenauer, interviewed by the
er planned to go to the Unit- Times of London at Bu e h l e r
ed States about Sept. 25 to Hoehe, Germany, outspo k e nly
head the French delegation to criticized Mendes-Fr a n c e for
the United'Nations General Asb EDC's death and warned b oth I
semnly about the time the France and Germany "will fall in-
United States has proposed a to the hands of Russia" unless
NATO eeaSilb meeting n New they work together 'for defense.
York to take up the defense "I regret to have to say that
crisis. ]M. Mendes-France wanted to de-
5. Authoritative s o u r c es in stroy EDC" Adenauer said.
Canal Treasurer's Sub-Office

In Cristobal Closing Soon


The Cristobal branch office of
the Treasurer of the Panama
Canal Company will discontinue
operations at the close of busi-
ness next Wednesday, it was an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
Financial transaction which
are now being handled through
that office and which must con-
tinue to be made on the Atlantic
Side will generally be transacted
directly through the bureaus or
divisions concerned. Other trans-
actions which have been handled
there as a matter of convenience
will be handled In the future
through the office of the Treas-
urer at Balboa Heights.
Steamship agents on the At-
lantic side are being requested to
make their payments by mail to
the Treasurer at Diablo Heights.
Transactions not handled
through shipping agents which
require the immediate deposit of
funds for Canal transits or relat-
ed shipping charge may be
made with the cashier at the
Cristobal Port Captain's Office.
Only special rush transac-
tions regarding customer de-
posits will be handled through
toe Port Captain's Office.
However, fees covering motor
boat inspections, licenses and
registration may be paid there.
The losing of the Cristobal ot-

UNltE Director

Recommends Aid

For Panama


flee will not affect the check
cashing service rendered by the
Treasurer at Gatun Railroad
Station for local-rate personnel
every other Wednesday. A change
In the hour of payment will be
necessary, however, and the time
will be announced prior to the
next payday on Sept. 15.


Arrangements have been
made for final and other pay
for which checks have been
delivered ;In the future
through the Cristobal Labor
Of flce in Building 1029.
Steamshln ticket refunds for
unobligated balances on Pansma
Line southbound steamship tick-
ets may be presented for pay-
ment to the cashier's office in
the Local Freight house on Piei
9, Cristobal.
Additional information requir-
ed by business firms or individ-
uals as a result of the closing ol
the office may be obtained by
calling the Treasurer's Office .-t
Diablo Heights, Phone 2-2525.


European Security


"Only if we 'Europeans stand Ing fanned among young Ger.
together can we hold out against mans "who has never known or
Communist Russia-and that, un. had anything to do with Hitter-
fortunately, M. Mendes Ffrance Ism, by the present wave of an-
does not understand. ." Imesity towards Germany in
The chancellor warned France various countries..."
to think of the "younger genera- "This new nationalism will not
tion of Germans" and the threat come at once," Adenauer said.
of "some form of nationalism."
"If Germany is rebuffed by the "But you remember how long
West and wooed by the East, do it took for Nazism to develop.
you not think that the new hation- de not let us underrate its begin-
alism will look to the Soviet U- nings. It is quite clear to me that
union he asked. 'This is a great the Russians will be only too hap-
danger." p. to encourage a German nation-
le said this nationalism is be. alism looking to the East.."


Anual Legislative

Meetings Increase
CHICAGO (UP) A study
of legislation at the state level
shows a trend toward annual legis-
lative sessions.


The study, made by Commerce
Clearing House, a private organic.
nation which reports on tax and
business law, showed that more
bills than ever before are being
introduced in the so-called off-
year sessions.
The flow of legislation indicates
that the law-making needs of the
states cannot be transacted in one
session every two years. accord-


th Mystery Of

Alallroad Man

Goes Unsolved
NORTH PRAIRIE, Wis. (UP)
"., -He was a conductor for the
Id' Milwaukee & Mississippi Rail-
S road. He died 95 years ago. He's
buried under a fancy monument
Mlong the Chicago, Milwaukee, St.
Paul & Pacific tracks near here.
And that is about all that is known
about George E. Price. Much
more is known about another old
Sallroadbr named Casey Jones.
A member of the state historical
society is one of many who have
tried to find out more about Price
and the story of how be came to
S be buried aong the Milwaukee's
aR r of way. But Price remains
a mystery. '
Ills weather dimmed 10- foot
B Inument bean rs bs-relief of a
raillad car a td incription:
George X. Price
.Died at Milton
March 21, A. D. 1850
Aged 31 yrs. & 3 mos.
Late Conductor on M.
F & *M. R. R
An investigation by the Wauke.
sha County Historical Society has
also failed to shed light on this
allaoader who is laid to rest
within the confines of a picket-
fenced private cemetery.
A Station agent, Truman Wilson,
has heard .several versions of the
Sdath of Price. One is that he was
fatally injured in a train wreck
1en the spot where, he is buried.
Frank Kipp, an oldtiner, said.
l he remembers hearing his parents
say that Price was killed in an
accident near Whitewater, Wis.
Another story is that just before
She made his last run, Price signed
'i' his train sheet and asked to be
S buried along the right of way.
,* Only one thing is sure Price
a' i a railroader until the end.

1wCard 6ame

| che Musk,

|| hirgn Tongus
D TROIT (UP) An edu-
eattn-miuded Austrian-born sur.
Sgeoa hopes to teach children the
fun kdamentals of French Greek;
K Latin,. chemistry a&d music by the
simple process of.having them
Splay. rummy with marked cards.
Dr. Henry Turkel's proposed
Venture into the field of arts-a
feature he hopes to eater-within
Ab next 12 months-is based on
,;' large success of his word-ram-
y game which teaches children
K p as well as the Morse code.
l a T SI-card deck contains four
ee07tlets alphabets and the object
1 ~ e9 game is to meld out
'Words as in rummy. Dr. Turkel
wp: oclted the game for his daugb-
Sw hom e describes as bei
versed in card games than
Apollins*


T .... Action toward holdir
The Cristobal Office Is in sessions has been tak
charge of Daniel C. Zltzmann s t a t e s. Proposed con
and he will be transferred to an- amendments providing
other unit on the Atlantic side. sessions will be submit
He is the only employee in the voters next November i
office. New Mexico and West


(NA T
CHR8' AT WORK-Former President Herbert Hoover
leads a hand as President Elenhower brols snme St
outdoor grill. at Fraser, COlo.


Jewels Spruce Up

Last Year's Diress
CHICAGO-(UP)-You can give
a this year's newness to items
from last year's wardrobe by sew-
ing on readings, pearls or rhine-
stones.
One Chicago company sells ,the
decorative materials plus patterns
for adding them ,to blouse, sweat-
er or dress.
SDoll up last year's dress with a
beaded collar. Or, bead a pair of
gloves, belt, hat o- handbag to
match the pattern sewn on.the
dress.


-. The company also markets'a
"do-it-yourself" jewelry kit and
ng annual parts, providing the materials to
en in six make earrings, pins, bracelets and
stitutional necklaces out of cork, beads,
for annual pearls, sequins, rick raek,.jewels
ted to the and spangles.
n Kansas, Sayyou want a set o0 summer
Virginia earrings. Use one seal composi-
tion %-Inch rolad cork ball, an-
tique gold sequins, natural colored
oat pearls, seed seu pis,
two earring backs and Jewelry ce-
ment.
Cut the cork in half with a saw-
edge knife. Then place the corks
fl at side on a table to trim them.
Pin on a double row ao oat pearls
around tbe outer edges. Next fill
the center with sens pied on
with a sequin pin-t are -
inch straight -thr=
a seed bead ue the ted
corks to the earrnb ... and
the earrings are ii
(Crafthouse Products, Chicago.)

SVermont Promotes
I nustrial Ideas
SMONTPELIER. Vt. (UP) -
Vermonter are trying a nw
angle aimed at selingthe state's
industrial oporu es to tourists
and ftoatioc
Directed b the Veranot Devel-

.- t. or. .-

I t mc a:s Le Us a ,
-- -on I.t -
a 6RA S nI


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Seventeen new teachers tromn
the United States are Joining the
Canal Zone schools this year.
Some of them have already ar-
rived the remainder will arrive
Monday on the Panama Liner
Panama, this year's "School-
teacher Special."
In addition to the 17 teachers,
four new instructors for the
Physical Education and Recrea-
tion Branch have been employed
in the United States.
The new teachers and their
assignments follow:
Cocoll: Miss Helen Hillabold, a
graduate of the University of
Oregon and Miss Mary J. ans-
1er, a graduate of the University
of California. Miss Hillabold
comes from Oregon and Miss
Fansler's home is California.
Both will teach first grade.
Diablo Heihgts Miss Erin
Branhamn, a graduate of tne
Jacksonville State Teachers Col-
lege. She comes from Alabama
and will teach third grade.
Fort Kobbe: Miss Viola Reth,
of Iowa a graduate of Green-
ville colege, in Illinois, will
teach first grade; Miss Eleanor
Cothran, of North Carolina, a
graduate of Meredith College In
Raleigh, wil also teach Srats
grade; and Miss Rosempary Hen-
derson, who comes from Illinois
and who is a graduate of Aber-
deen State Teachers College In
South Dakota, will teach third
grade.
North Margarita: Miss Lucille
Barnett, of Illinois, graduate of
Chicago Teachers' College, win"
teach grade four.
Balboa Junior High School:
Miss Lois Wagner, a graduate of
Juniata College comes from
Hanover, Pennsylvania, will re-
place Stephen Peck; who Is on a
0ar's leave of absence; Edward
O'Connell, of Attleboro, Massa-
chusetts, who holds his M. A.
from Boston University, re-
lcos8 Miss SAnchez, teacher of
Cristobal Junior High School:
Fred DeOeer, a graduate of the
Colorado State College of Educa-
tion, comes from Harlingen, Tex-
as, to replace Carl Serger who is
transferring to Balboa Junior
High School; Mrs. Grace Pfau, a
graduate of North Dakota State
Teachers College, comes from
Grand Forke, N. Dakota and re-
places Miss Miller; Ernest
Wright, who holds his MS. from
the University of Oklahoma,
comes from Oklahoma City re-
places Galeon Jarvis; Lester


Polio Closes
Navy School
In Trinidad
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad,
Sept. 4 (UP)-The United States
Naval station here announced
today that its school, with 190
pupils, will be closed Indefinitely
bec aue of the current polio epi-
deim Lin Trinidad.
A total of 111 cases of the di-
sease have been reported here
since March. Six of these wire
reported from the American Na-
val base, three adults and three
children.


Hutchnson, a radate of theto the staff of the Balboa Juor
UniversAty of Iho, comes from g ScBoo


Ru rZtiw, Iuau; wil replace Mae
Wold as teacher of mathema-
tics.


Bauboe High School: Donald
Musselman, of Brookfleld, Ili-
nois,, who holds his MA. from
the University of Chicago; he
will replace .Walter Oliver who
has been transferred to the of-
flee of the Superintendent of
Schools.
Cristobal High School: Joseph
Moudy, from Conway, Arkansas;
he has an M.S. from the Univer-



transfer of Frank Hukll from
Balboa to Cristobal High School;
and the return to the Balboa
High School faculty of DeWitt
Myers and Clarence Vosburgh.
Miss Natalie Johnson, of the
Balboa High-School faculty, re-
turns after a year's leave of ab-
sence teaching in an Army de-
pendont school in Japan; and
Miss Morgan, who has stud-
led for the past year on a Ford
Foundation Fellowship, returns
i ,j-nj
Th


IJudge's Bench

For stealing a bagful of groc-
eries, Socrates Vasquez, 19, was
fined $30 yesterday In the Bal-
boa Magistrate's Court, and sen-
tenced to spend 30 days in jail.
The "loot" which the young
Panamanian defendant stole,
belonged to Mirega Gould.
Two Panamanian loiterers,
male and female, were each giv-
en ten-day. jail terms. They
were Margarita Rodriguez 19,
found under quarters 834 o
Amador Road, and Clarence
Drake, 28, who was loitering in
the doorway of the Tivoli Com-
missary. .
A battery charge against Vir-
gillo J. Vuelvas,. resulted in a
$15 fine for the 24-year-old Pan-
amanian defendant. His victim
was Zehad Boksh.
Four trespassers were each
fined $10. They were Nicomedes
Batista, 24, Carlos A. Valderra-
na, 20, Dorys Bethancourt, 20
and her sister Iralda Bethan-
court, 18.
For failing to keen to the
right when passing, Christopher
Barley, a 66-year-old West In-
dian bus driver was fined $15.
Stanley A. Jamieson, 32, was
fined $10 for driving his truck
on Gallard Highway with defec-
tive brakes. For failing to ap-
pear in court by June 7 to an-
swer the charge/ an additional
$10 fine was imposed.
Antonio Cedeflo, a 34-year-old
Panamanian was fined $5 for
carrying a 20-gauge shotgun in
Oamboa.
SA $5 fine was Imposed on Car-
los McLaren Cleghorn, 32, Pan-
amanian who was driving his
car without proper back light-
Ing at night.


The new physical instructors,
all of whom will be asgned to
Balboa are; MWa Dona )Steube,
graduate of the Indiana State
Teachers College who has been
teaching1.n Danville; Miss Nan-
ette Taylor, of Los Angeles, who
hold her MA. from UOLA and
who has been teaching In Leam-
Ington, Utah; Mrs. iuean lnu-
pe4tin, who was graduated from
Brockport State Teachers o
lege and has been teaching;n
Ontario N.. and George case
of CoquIle, Oregon. Mr. Case :tWd
be both teacher and coach. Oe
Is a graduate of the University
of Idaho and holds his-masters
degree in Education from the
University of Oregon.


Business Planes

Now Ounumbering


WASHINGTON (UP) Am-.
erican business has taken to the
skies in such numbers that today'
fleet of aidpes planes-s l
17 times larderthan that
b the nation's fleet of,domestic


In fact according to Planes
official publication o the Aircrad
Industries Association U. S. busl.
nesses own almost twice as many
lar SI, multilengined transport
pleanias do the scheduled domes.

Latest figures show tiat busi-
ness planes now number 2100-o
which 2,437 are multieng and
1o,063 are single-engined. Aircraft
on -scheduled airlines- total 1,a,
The industry publication says
the sharp rise in use of aircraft
by corporations and professional
men, as well as by small business.
es, has made this type of flying
oneo f the, major factors in the
U. S. civil aviation picture.
Last year, these business planes
spent an estimated 6,450,000 hours
in the air, covering approximately
903,006,000 miles on business trips.
This compare with a total of
about 525,000,000 plane miles flown
by the scheduled airlines, althoughS
the commercial airlines carry tr.-
mendously larger numbers of pas.
sengers.


EXTRA

FIRST
@CKETINIP


@UTW SPACE


Actor Who Believed World

Would Blow Up, Dies At 65
-0-
HOLLYWOOD, Sept 4 (UP) that Pallette bought-the 2,-
-Burly Eugene Pallette, who 5-S acre Oregon ranch. and
once 4ult Hollywood because stocked it with hundreds of
he thought it would be a prime pounds of rare fooeeds and
atom bomb target, died M staples.
after a lengthy Illnees. He was He was reticent to discuss
66. his belief in the world's blow. II
Pallete, member of a social- up but after a few years he be-.III
ly prominent fjaly, returned came lonely for Hollywood andi
here in from h is L returned here.,
de, Ore., ranch after a two- Pallette was a native of WH.
.retirement Iecas the field, Kan. As a youth e at-
word blow-up he expected tended Culver Military ad-
not appear ready to mateuial- a y in Indiana. He toured the s
Ise. country with stock companies I
Until poor health kept him as a youth, branching into UI
almet completely confined to movies during silent screen din__ ttmied I-
his home. Palete was a faml- days.
lar flr ia the morie iy He appeared in more than NOW PLAYIN'
S cro, of ia I% st&t. 100 fil a. His credits Included AT M ,
had appeared O f noy o teh noted ptre air T T
S in pletmre. Mnd Wannter, "A the Wa 's LUX THEAT
i ette wasm knm for h/ s ore" Ihe I i"... .-gn"
rly andj olly ch *er rei d ore f o m t ., L
In rel Bf tiad ae I u d
mid he played the asas ga IMrs.l.
n was ~ W-WmI '


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Al
4.,-. :3


Humberto


Robinson


Hurls


24th


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PINTI-81E PICKET Rich-
ard Walh, 10 months, was one
of the small fry on the picket
line at a Cleveland, Ohio, fac-
tory strike. They marched with
their mothers and dads. Richard
is probably the youngest picket
I, In Cleveland history.


ing to the organization


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. Sept.
The Toledo, 0., board of educa- 4 (USIS) -Maurice Pate, Execu-
ctu- aid that the game gave ch- tive director for the UN Children's
"re 'excellent practice in e- Fund, has announced he will rec-
ing aid .oeabulary building. mmend to the fund's executive
Sbb b b board allocations of more than $1,-
Dfl I-urkel, who is noted for hi4 W for children's aid pro-
InVeUtlon of medical instrumeits. grams In Latin America next year.
S iiesl musical deck is designed f te board approves Pate's re-
to toek children note reognition omendatios, te first UNICEF
enable them toea sight- assltanee to improve water sup-
-dadi. For the dhemaitry stu and sewage disposal facii-
Itettt& y'Ii meld chemical f*Mru- tiein the Western Hemisphere
S the symbols on each card. will go to Nicaraga, Panama, and
PerL.
Ssea o $3%0000 will be ask-
SEnlarged ,t for tedrl .-wels
Enlare U ed afr Panama to provide equip-
S_ ment fo tWe drB1ng of wells in
ARSAW, N. Y.-(UP>-Lete. h- 5 am ties.
Irte State Park was ie[reasd By ar the largest total alloca-
acire whens th* tltiss wai be moae to help Latin
a % k commission u ds A-er Pi countries Improve the
Vmanal acres t _- national standards of their chil-
Gas and Electrie *m. M to Pate's request.
price of one deBhr as h UNiC F first extended aid
IIt new land tract, me oste T Aele to IS., it has
I s of the G.ese r ofMae an $1200W,000


"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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