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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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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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Plane 'Never in


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ATSUGI AIR BASE, J apa n,.
Sept. 6 (UP)-The pilot of a U.S.
Navy lane ot down by Ru~
Won jet f bter"ssaid
today he was never i sight of
Soviet territory.
"Not even witbinoculars'
Cmdr. John B. Wayne, of A-
hmeda, Calif. said.
* Nine of the 10 men aboard sur-
vived the attack. Ensign Roger
emry leld of Alameda was lost
n the sea.
TM Rsiaft etm attac.ebed.
Amream plame Satoay i r
L so -,waem uldb is radios
-w.o t...a to alo s latuet s
,at te te i the attack abetul
4 Sans eff the Sberlan east
',be reeied ne* warming.
"The on y warning they gave us
was coming.is over our tailand
dmotig at us," aircraft ordnance-
am Ernest L. Pinkevieb 28, also
of Alameda, said. 7
l t larentlly wa tra p d
IWIe to. push out a ie
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A short time later, Moscow
freely admitted her planes
downed the Americaa aircraft.
Air Force headquarters in To-
kyo said the air-sea search for
the missing ensign was called off
Sunday morning after the area
had been completely covered
Word of the shooting was sent
Immediately to President Elsen.-
bower at the "Little White House"
in Denver and to the State De-
partment, here.
jidpleatle e-servers salA the
neweat te eat, which Saots
madled le about 1 miles
e s t Svet Far Eastern
base f IdlveI M k and 44 riles
ifem R assia' terlan maina-
au, Is sure to ghten session
in the treeMed Far East.
However it is not regarded as
likely to lead to open hostilities.
Experts pointed out it was an
isolated shooting, hundreds of
miles from the South China Sea
whe Red Ch se rtlleryat-
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DEATH ON THEROAD7-eix persons were killed at Pontiac n11., and three others Injured when
the car at left, Carrying four persons, hit the car at right broIdMde, almost cutting It In two.



Non-Fatal Shooting Accident


Only Holiday Mishap On CZ
Except for one shooting acel- today at an "alarming" rate, aft- our estimates" Dearborn said.
dent in Ft. Kobbe, all was ulet er a saWe and sane start, and safe- The rate adusaiywas below the
the Canal Zone front ov ieas sed fear it would 3v .-hour a Bu De
No traffic accidm bhade lted ss ctedS beno warescued9brnwrnd tha% afflhacidenta
reported up to press s, "d tem k.illedn tr increase a a holiday draws to -a
both sides of tl IstUhmus ab t-- -o b__oun' oto, l t.
ently observed the thrbsee yv-d li l .&" n 0,j a e 0 ..A_ 1.1' t,
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But Issues

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Peace Atoms
DENVER, Sept. -(KP) -
President Elseh-ower dramti-
cally rebuffed Russia aI the
field of atomic energy today.
In a Labor Day speech break-
Ing ground for the first commer.
cial atomic power plant at Ship-
pingport, Pa., the chief executive
announced tatn the United States
Was ready to go ahead-without
Soviet Russia-in the organizsaon
of a seven-nation pool of atomic
Information and' material.
The President first proposed an
international atomic pool last
Dec. 8 before the United Nations
General Assembly.
He proposed the inclusion of
Russia in his plan, but the So-
viets have since bowed out of the
Idea obviously fearful of letting
the Western world in on the ex-
tent of their atomic and thermo-
nuclear progress.
"We shall proceed now-under
safeguards set forth in our law-
to share atomic technology with
others of goodwill, "said the Pres-
ident.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UP)-President Eisenhower
stood firm today against strong demands that he brake
off diplomatic relations with Russia in protest against tW
"wanton" shooting down of an American patrol bomber,:
The plane was blasted into the Sea of Japan off Sibe-
ria by two Soviet jets Saturday. One American Ensign
Roger Henry Reid, 24, of Alamedia, Cal. was missing
and presumed dead, but the other nine crew members
were rescued.
Senate Republican leader William F. Knowland in
mediately demanded in a telegram to the President tm
he cut off relations witi Russia. tiS Colifornji uh
said that "just another ote from our State
to the Kremlin hierarchy will not intpreuMhesivwM l

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._ialated eve rritory and
W* first
the Defense Department
here put the scene of th incident
in International waters about 44
*amfrom the Siberian coast.
'm ia, in a note handed toda
A.bL assador Charles .
i n Moeow, asserted that
s .. plane loviolated" the
li fighters approached to war
ithte U.S. aircraft, it opened
fired the Russian lanes "were
10eed to open fire in return."
A Navy spioma denied the
A-rjican plane began shooting,
en that it returned the fire
attackers.
z, =eDe apartment is consid-.
-m ee tn e reject Moscow's
that the ILL. plane violat-
Soviet terit.
Te Dese Department, which
aneoeed the shooting down
bie Neptune, said the attaek-
l od 1t been ostively
but asprent. e were






IN B"I
A lieiot Argen tinian who
Swet Canal Zone
orse waspieed upYes-
In iOS inte so&eMa r It
that the Balboa
UaIslmad station had b een
Oflier property was
eman who1
na te of Ar-
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cin ad ca rying a


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W .kra -th re a th
e6, Jua Fide Oary,
2, bad been notified he would
be transferred back to Puerto
RiCo next month. This apparent-
ly motivated himand hs Pana-
manian girl friend, Delia Monto-
ya 18, to attempt a double-sui-
cide In a room of Hotel Bolivar
where they registered Saturday.
,The girl died at noon at Santo
Tomas and Garay died eight
hours later at Gorgas Hospital
where he had been transferred
from Santo Tomas.
The couple drank muriatic
acid.
Army authorities said no fu-
neral arrangements had been
|completed as yet.


tog.eth rwth NelsIn and ee ad
other members of the Shore Pa- New Yor Texas each had
trol Hunt Club shot at and killed 14 traffic deaths, Kentucky 13,
a deer with a 12-gauge shotgun. Californa 12, Missouri 12,. and 0-
One of the pellets of the single ho and Pennsylvania 10 each.
"o" buckshot he was using acci- Deslto warnings and le.S d-
dentally struck Nelson, who was ngs, traffl accidents too almost
in the line of fire in the back three lives an hour.
of the right thiI. Iie pellet pene- The National Safety Council hd
treated a bout three inches. predicted 390 persons would ce
Police said both Nelson and traffic ccideDnts
Manos have the necessary hunt- Council President Nd H. Dear-
ing permit to hunt in the Canal born said the current rate is run-
Zone, and have permission from ning chose to the. prediction.He
I Army authorities to hunt in Ft.pointed out that the rate nearl
I Kobbe. They were in the vicinity matched that of the July Fou
of the Kobbe rock quarry when hold when 4 were killed.
the accident occurred. N e lsomn "With good weather prevailing
lives with relatives at Ft. Ama- generally over the country, we
*dor. appeal to motorists to iperease
o Meanwhile the United Stiles' their caution in the remaining
holiday traffic death total shot up hours so the toll may stay below


British Air Show Reveals


Long-Range Jet A-Bombers


FARNBOROUGH, Eng., Sept. 6 Almost simultaneously, a.four-
(UP) British aircraft con- let "strategic military transport"
structors, their production bot- olane designed to plug the gap
tenecks uncorked at last, dis- torn in Middle East defenses by
closed today the first squadron evacuation of the Suez Canai
of long-range jet atom bombers Zone, will roll out of the factory
which "will be operational In a ready for flight trials.
matter of/weeks." Reliable Informants madeI


these disclosures as the annual
Farnsborough air dbiplay.-"the
greatest aviation show on e '
-.opened at the secret t Roy-
al Aircraft EstablishmIet here.
Russian air attaches and re-
porters failed a t reetve
gored bytto a'
Unta.


trade with gfUrna.


But several impressive British
developments were unveiled be-
Sfore some 5a0 ez from 93
nations gathed 'a In-
I e I I vitation aonie bf t the
sII f aweek-long ay. ey ude:
1. A baby een ment
fIghter" it' design tu tals
Icanmeet the growing Soviet
bomber threat and, because con-
struction coasts are one third

money.
2. The late model Comet air-
liners designed to blase the jet
trail across the North Atlantic.
3. A little jet motor installed

engine called the "Soar"
18A0 pounds thrust 71g I

r4. The new Bristol 'mshperdla*r-
ed turbopro"that may-be tn-
Britishairways are UJonsid-

OM AT SE Navy Communcaon Technician James W. ; an's P-ifighet@ first
Henry bas his twin daughters, Cynthia rue and Valerie Lou,,in this country to ran ltough
pittdm out to him his wife after her arrival In New York the sound barrier tn lewMl f 'gh.
i i be as service a tart. ame tinte oa world the government on srity
.........l. e a g mianbum rounds." ..


W*er be careful thls we ck
and,", he **aid. "Let's stay alert.
l t' blu> th* im1 lerues


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"ia We how


JAsn remem- e --r emWU.pU. -W a 11 .e T-
of the road. Let's fool the experts. Eo owill long stand alE-imto
Let's all be alive next Tuesday." work of this ageny." '
I .* s l The scene of the President's a-
paroiw l Ii atomic pool speech today was a
Relatively small studio of station
S IKOA-TV, the Denver outlet of the
Dropn n In National Broadcasting Compf .
Mr. EIsenhower waved a radio-
active wand through an electI
al field that started construction of
V no-- e m i this country's first atomic power
A member of the notorious plant at hippnport Pa.
completed serving two year o s non-Russian version of the
an eight-year penitentiary term, atomic poll was "an historic
dropped dead yesterday while step frrd" toward "new ave
eating up per in the means hall of as to constructive employ.
the Oamboa pen, meat, to prosperity, to respite
The body of the convict, LIn- from burensome toel."
coin Bynoe, 26, was sent to Gor-
gas where it was expected that The Chief Executive, in h s
an autopsy would be performed brief remarks that were part of
tomorrow to determine cause of a nationwide radio and television
death program, said he felt the ground-
Bynoe is one of a trio who breaking at Shippingport-his ra-
were convicted of robbery on Oct. dioactive wand here started a big
13, 1952. The three, stamped a earth mover into action in Penn-
members of the Sparrow Gang, sylvania-brought mankind "Clos-
held up a Jewelry salesman in a er to a fulfillment of the ancient
Red Tank air raid shelter, and dream of a new and better earth.
stripped him of his clothes be-
fore making off with the loot. Cha e E. Daniel
Bynoe was sentenced to serve l n e Es,,
eight years in the oen. -
Accordn to a policereport W Fill Term
the convi been seated in
the rest shed most of the after- Of Sen. Maybank
noon yesterday, listening to a
ball game over the radio. COLUMBIA, S.C., Sept. 6 (UP)
At 5 p.m. he entered the meus -Om. James F. Byrnes today
hall to eat his supper and while i ted Charles E. Daniel, a
seated at the table, he suddenly GCfnvlle construction Comnpa-
fell forward in an uanco lou owner, to fill the unexpired
condition. Di. J. R. Hunt nro, of the late U.S. Sen. Bur-
,ouned him dead minute liter net R. Maybank.

American Seeks Proof That Wreckage

On El Volcan Is Of Brother's Plane
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An American's long search for
proo that his brother's plane
crashed in El Volcan area years
ago, continued today after the
compapes of a wrecked p)ans
found in that section last week
was brought to Panam for fur-
ther identification.
Alen Houx, who now runs a
chicken farm in Las Cumbree,
was still not wrtin off the pos-
iilty the wreckage found Aug
2u In E Volcan was hia brother
Edward's plane.
Edward HoKa set out in a
pqer Cruiser, bound for Davm
on the morning of M a r c h ,
190 from PalIla airport and
wsp never heard from again. His
only passenger was o r A-
merican, Roy L ebta
The Army at the tUe con-
ducted an 1l-day air search,
and private planes continued
looking for the two men for
three additional weeks.
Houx was declared offdlal
deadtwo yera later M
is. 1MO in ane U. &* a -rtU


court. Besides his brother, be
was wrvived by a sister, ad his
wife Georoia and two cMilUren
Finances and Edward.
When the brother read about
wreckage of a plane found last
week. he contacted the Ameri-
can mbassy and requested help
in making some positive Iden-
tIfIcation of the wreck. The
plan es o turned over
to ChItDol lemont, Paania Di-
rePtr of Civil Aviation, and was
al Cheed by d a private pilot,
Robert ller. who was known
to have word on Woux' plane
wsver the surviving Hous
dro er dM not Intend to give
up -r searc for same
silamsemat zdward perished
his Ow Bsill-houuI lane.


taJd the problem of
.-oviet relations, Instead of
hootingfrom the hip, would
nave to agree with his stand.
The state Department fired
two angry notes to the Krem-
lin yesterday shortly after-the
hDefense Department disclosed
that the Neptune patrol bom-
bher had been downed. The
notes demanded punishment of
those responsible for the the
incident as well as possible re-
paritlons.
The first American note label-
ed the attack "unwarranted and
hostile" and "wanton and un-
provoked." It placed the attack
over international waters about
100 miles east of Vladivostok and
44 miles from the Siberian coast.
The note said that the Mig's
approached the patrol plane,
"without warning" fired on the
U.S. craft and then disappeared
toward the Siberian coast.
Russia, in a note handed to
U.8. ambassador Charles E.
Bohlen in Moscow, claimed
that the U.. plane had in-


Knowland's tele .
ed to the Preidesi t a
mar headquaers atLowry Air
Force Base, Colo., aid:
"Just another note from our
State Department to the KrmI-
lin hierarchy will not Impl-
these uncivilizedrulers, nor
Russian people who wer
first victims of Communit t-
ranny, that this new atak
upon an American plane con-
firms Communist arrogance
and aggressiveness to a point
where the breaking of diploma-.
tic relations Is justified.
"I strongly urge that the So-
viet ambassador and his staff be
sent home, which wilat ta*t
eliminate one center of Com-
munist espionage in the United
States.
"Our own ambassador should
be recalled from Moscow as a
notice to the Russia people t
so long as the present CommuAI
lst dictatorship rules them. their
country can no longer be treated
as a member of the family of
peace loving natins." .


17 Puerto Rican Nationalist

Go On Trial In NY Tomorrow
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NEW YORK. Sept. 6 (UP) It will be the same courtrosa
Seventeen Puerto Rican nation- in which the nation's 1 to
lists gon trial tomorrow char- Communist leaders were contle
ed with plotting to win their ed of conspiring to teach ad
homeland's in depend ence advocate the overthrow of .
through a series of blood baths government. Thirteen second.
climaxed by the attempted as- string Reds later were convicted
ssassintion of former president in the same historic courtroom.
Truman and an attack on Con- Mindful of the WatUIeaWt
gress. Party's pledge of violence, b~h
The courthouse In Foley Squar- ney sa city police will fM_*-
will be guarded like a fortress to cordon around the 31-tory buM,'
prevent any violence by the de- ng on the alert for any sow ol
fendant1 supporters among New force, plainclothes detectlvi wit
Yogk's heavy Puerto Rican pop- min le with spectators.
Ulplton. ;Police will take no hi
Among the defendants are the Spectators wfll be aHM N[l
three men and one woman re- carry no packages into
gently convicted of shooting courtroom on te off -hani
five members on the floor of they might contain bomb
Congress last spring. To their other weapons. ven wom=
lon prison sentences will be be searched.
added the possible maximum .. I
penalty of six years in prison
and 85.000 fines each If they areS I r*
found guilty of the seditious con-
cear Collaso, whose huIband is ,, --
servinga fte sentence for sday- ATAT L J= Ni
Ing a White House guard during fUP) be
the attempted assaalnation of from allpar the
former President Harry Truman rived hmt fo a
at Blair House-In 195. j g0
Eleven of the defendants wer* b ng @
rounded up brMB agentstCNAIL" -. -, ,_-
cago and New Zoki not. a-. To eIIs *M
an aftermath of ftig In fame a"d, .
Congress.e a dt thomweres In The gwirlsl .
jail oa other chmarms w&i the
new sedition carge" wene fied th, clUeM
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Labor News

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Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL


w-mnip* w is"f. -----Like many another wise old ty
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN aookathi.s Lirhs twas anks
... and his $200,000,000 n cash ass t
TH E M A IL O and, nearing hasoffered a un
lor partnership-toa yqoqperma
'T HM A who could take over tAe entire
business some day.
S-- *-- The younger ma s t silver
The e s e etors eeO of T *m haired, ,Hoywoo David
w Tta sens te fU * *. f* S5 P m h McDonald, ea of the Uni ted
b .-m de v nac whan dai oN lbmSteelworkers of Ai wdca.
'OmO As John L. sees Itgthe time has
Mis d on't bee" t me Iim tt 0 0 Jd em' -t come for the ailing United Mine
a-m J % mwhe uwbishIl in e ,- wer d ner@&Workers and the U4lted Steelwork.
pl &V 'to.ke ,o ld le em PP mP 1460L ers to nerge into one giant steel
go"."" W5P #am P But John L., WVoknows his way
S-through the 'ae of i intricate h-
i O nance capitalism, hats worked out
SCOLOB OME a system which.,would give Dave
Sr.McDonald the prestige and power
in a merged organization due him
Sir .as head of the nation's steelwork.
S Red ag I war out rubbin down Lady Agewood, our prl e
: ilker yesterday afternoon an we got In a argu.nt. Red to le Lewis would create a board of
-ne that my nmes want ooes at al the true ee -othe directors with himself as sort of
.ord. They war jist rimes an doggerel but not real poie : chairman of the board and Me.-
mnhe Shakesbeer understanding of a pome. Donald a# president of the "firm."
a I tole him I didn't claim to be Shakesbeer or smd is removed .by al even
m an that I was having trouble enough Jlist beno csdey An more powerful hand bythan ev-Me.
t nmy pomes were real poroes because they came with 1mpi- Donald would automatically suc-
on. deed to the big chair in the Execu-
Red said that sounded like I was getting involved with the ive Suite. highly
SElement but It aint so. If tfen a pome homes outena man inr mThere are somevadery highly believen-
the proper atmoefere an under the proper conditions of inspire- forthat tmed labor leaders will occur bewiftlyeve
tion, why that a pome In the real undertandin of the m ienough-but there is no evidence
of the word pome. to indicate that Dave McDonald
Then Red and I milked Lady Agewood. We don't let nobody has now decided the time has
else do this on account we saves her milk fer special bottlin. Wenal break wto splith Walter Reuter.f by a
got a .'estrlcted delivery on her product an a waltin list. The final break with Walter Reutaer.
onlev folks get any of Lady Agewoods milk is the high officials True, McDonald has joined in
of the Suly Brewert y olike Bob JohnsonPaul Freedman,- Bart public and some very private con-
Eich, WallyBain, R. L. Sullivan, George Engelke ind Tommy versationi with John Lewis and th
BSgan. Ien there Is any left. Red and I get It but mainly Rea. Teamsters Union chief, D a v I d
1o9 n.aysItInot good fer t a l o t he months tu suspicions that these
that Is tobe drinking Lady Agewoods product on account o there e ment who lead the nation's
is something about that milk which 13 inspirin an has a glowin most powerful and strategically
: affeM t on a man. placed unions would launch a
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Red says that ever sice Laoy gew ae o ..- -'I ..' M-
en a lot more present working In the Supply Brewery. All the







iom vtst a lt better s an aetver, two.
,It lan goo dwill an the entire force is Jist like one big hap

toleRed that maybe ome pay raises an regrad had
Abn to do with it but he says no, It is lst that bottle of
y AgewoodS milk that has made all the change. I don't be-
06ti ts a 10ot better i sweeter, two.


ut later on Igot to thinking about Reds criticisinmy pomesI
rfgelthP ~ hb better .1 t w knows about which
.th yO wae. Wrltin poes take
,O y ne ie lersa. Ma
&10 a&__Slift, an,


SBte 1 ret timeoe tame an o c atmE raa

faly inspired from inside an e6meibn l
0utaidelr ed out good pomes by an large an wort
putide sao yo W hat kind of a high qualit

f an reaW iwants to gte a-bit of his lta
ih each metric rime, I spent practically the whole night I
e tables an come up with this pome.
Its a real good pome an Iffen you are a student of poetry
want to analyse the meter and beat an off-beat an scan'
such atuff, you will find It a real bangup job of work. Re
Saseen it yet but I bet he will be surprised when he does reai
at-the real depth of feeling an high emotions he will find 1
Is pome.
Hotel Washington


Lets paint the Hotel Washington anew.
pastel shade this time, a tint of gold,
A lovely verdant green, an aqua blue.
Not dull and sombre like a dungeon cold.
A brighter color that perhaps once more
S. Will make it what It never was before
Will make It change to what It wants to be. -
A place to brighten up a dull damp day.
A place to go to for a drink or laugh.
A place to go to just to get away
From'dagy tolls and tasks and boring chaff.
Lets paint the place a clear bright brilliant red
S A vibrant color that alive, not dead.
A blazing beacon shining out to sea.
SL'invoy
Leta paint the Hotel Washington, my friends.
It may pay off by paying dividends.
evatip, aint It. Sadeye Sam


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27 Cottage cheese hills
28 Pain 41 Vagrant
29 Scottish ones 43 British river.
31 Shade of red 44 Distribute
33 Mistake 46 Become lively
38 The United 47 Russian
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40 The London- 48 Bristle
Air 50 Exclamation


But McDonald and John L. now
know that Dave Beck has not the
slightest intention of bolting the
AL--and that he may 'not even
be sitting with- Lewisand McDon-
ald again for' a very Iong time.
So any decision by Dave Mc-
Donald to quit tte'CIlO would leave
him wits just John L., a great
and dramauc labor leader, but on
now leading a desperately nard-hit
union. bome miners' union olt-
cials nave, told me recently tnat
Sestimate that almost lall
iher are not digging
lg just a sew aas a
uwuwud mean at least
rs are anicted.,
i--- Lnn 1 llnhwistmrt-.


also knows that even
on's power and size
twice Aat of tne Unit-
e Joun Lewis
to make pouCy-
after consuhiihg o U
L Lewis.
nat appears not to
is decision. True, he
at new contracts witn
tastry drop tae initials
has pubucly reouxed
r's urotner Victor to
S"tu10" was making a
guaranteed annual wage
industry.
Shas not only refused
to go along with Walter Reutlher's
plans for a no-raiding agreement
inside CIO but has aiso badgered
Reutier by quietly criticizing the
appointment of Prof. Nate fein-
singer,of the University of Wis-
consin, as the umpire of the CIO's
no-raining pact. McDonald said
that since n einsinger also was the
umpire li quarrels between Wal-
ter Reuther a auo workers union
and the General Motors Corp., he
might always be over-frienoly to
Reuther and the auto workers in
their disputes with other CIO un-
ions.
80 recently Feinsinger wrote
Reuther a letter asking to be let
out of his job as the umpire in
Internal CI0 feuds. Thus another
of Reuther's efforts to solidify CIO
has been stalled
, To top it all McDonald has asked
some labor reporters not to keep
reminding the public that his steel-
workers are in the CIO. So there
are some not overly subtle clues
to McDonald's attitude towards
CIO.
Despite this taunting of Reuther,
Lave McD., however, has not or-
d his men in the field to pre-
pare for any bolt from CIO. If he
does decide to take John Lewis'
bid and move the steelworkers
from CIO, thus practically ending
its career before Reuther could
really get slardit will come a
a co le surprise to the dele-
gates to the steelworkers conven-
tion at the end of the month.
But where Lewis Is in the pic-
ture, no surprise is a surprise.


The bus was full of teen-aes.
I ttwi a ft er carryma a.
ha ber Mot tue ur
.1t wIs aothw woman who uare
Mr a seat. The teen-agen kept
.hirm. /t


Labor Day

By Bruce

Labor unions generally would not like to use
as a model what happened a few weeks ago at
the Studebaker plant -in Bouth Bend, Id, But
the fact Is that the decplon of- the tudebaker
workers to take a 15 per cent wage cut has-slg-
nificance beyond thi-Immedia. scete and tme.
- 1The, tudeba local of the ,Au bile
rk n 1tothis g great

etdh a ccc Cutin .
after -aA earlief vrse ne te,
The compulsions. on them were terrific, no
doubt. StudeblAer, like-many-anothe. indepn-
dent aut make, Is severely hurt by dwindling
business The engine threat was Lh jthe pay
cut did ot go through the company mlght either
shut down altogether or move its operations to
Detroit, to dovetail more closely with its new
merger partner. Packard.
That could have meant a loss of 12,000 jobs in
South Bend, no drop In the bucket to a city of
that size. The repercussions in other fields would
have been substantial. The impact on the work-
ing men and their Immediate families could be
foreseen.
Yet there was something more to the decision
than that. This company had had a history of
good labor relations. Its existing pay )evels ac-


Reflections

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tually were somewhat above those prevailing in
the Inldustry as a whole. Union leaders, under-
standing the company's dire peril, actually rec-
ommended that rank and file workers take the
cut. 1
In other words, in this drama at South Bend
there a large element of trust between work-
gan rj agement. The men had reason to be- 1
ifte~ja^~beii~l^ ^ alanrt


;-n Dhsson trom this, should not be that hence-
Sorth union labor ought to be mor wilftng to
ept wage reductions. The lesson isa that work-
m1 men. like any other men, will listen to reason
when over the years they have been listened to
and appealed to as reasonable human beings.
This company had established the two-way
communication between worker and manager
that any sound economic enterprise must have.
When the crisis came, the men listened to man-
agement because management had listened to
them.
The events at South Bend in mid-August are
well worth copying for that reason.


Clem's Jaunt

By BOB RUARK
-
It is difficult to say where poll- was strongly indicated: namely, You cannot call Attlee and corn-
tics stop and treason starts, but stay home. Clem, you're causing ipany traitors, because treason is
I am inclined to believe t h a t my slip to sag. harshly defined a the dictionary
somebody ought to have a harsh This was all spelled out in load but by the Lord Harry you can call
word with Nye Bevan and Clem language, but you still have e them as naive as Wallace, and as
Attlee and the other junketers who picture of Attlee and group being dangerous, in their feather-brained
just played perfect patsy for the on the catching end of the Red meddling. It is all right to meddle;
Communists. suggestion that we shift the fleet, it is all right to be bubleeaded
Judging from the uproar in the don't arm Japan, don't arm Ger- but when you are a bumbiea
British press, the harsh words many, and use the out-of-office meddler without portfolio Asome
will be said, because it is not Socialist party to "arrange a more body ought to take away your
really very cricket to h.ve g de- reasonable British foreign policy." ducks.
posed Prime Minister, as Mr. At- Now, and only now, do the British Gdd knows what would have hap-
tiee represents the Socialists, run- papers scream. opened to the United States if Wel-
ning around treating with the en- Attlee's got no more business be- lace, in his dough-brained love for
emy or his own time, but more or Ing received formally by in alien the world, had succeeded Roose-
less in the name of Great Britain. government than hao Harry Tru- velt, because. at one time Henry
The Chinese made monkeys out of man, or me, for that matter. He wanted to give everything' the
the touring group, when they laid does not, at this moment, exist Jussians, including the atom.
in that business about removing politically. We have in our consti- _ome tougher po Ie, including
the United States 7th Fleet from titutional bylaws certain restrict. Truman, were a little le easily
the Formosa area, and, judging ions about private citiza med- come by, even if awkward at the
from the English news a p er as, ding In foreign affairs. Evidently task of sayig no'.
Britain now knows what a ridicu- the British do not. But g body But now the British have a et-
lons position poor old Attlee's lat ought to lift Attlee's passpt for a good idea. a fair and fine aue-
the beleaguered island in for, a spell Just to keep his cat0 paws pint, of what'll happen if they
us as wel. off the global chestnuts-. the Socialist* .In again.
When Attlee and his free-eye- Apart from the unpardonable e'l become a milNr Coly for
glass-buyers went to court the stupidity of allowing a deposed ussia, because Attla group
lReds, t was as if Henry Wallace minister to meuck up the world a have so declared tUr aimjaybe
had pushed off to do some sepa- little extra, the Attlee-Bevan sa- It's wonderful tat Clem went to
rate business with Russia, but iq fari has been highly successful. Peiping, without authorization. A
the name of the United States o1 It has certainly showed, in stark- man Is known by his off-hours
which D.D. Elsenhower is Presi. eat colors, just what the Socialists frieNds, and he British people
dent. This fact was pointed out are after, which seems to be com- really wouldn't like to know
editorially to the British govern- munism. They will do business Clem's back-aley buddies on a so.
ment many months past, when with anybody and I think Attlee's cial basis-not if Attlee again be-
the intent of the tour was announ- wrecked his chances for a return comes P.M. Because tOre would-
ced. A quiet word from the Queen engagement with this last bit. n't be any Britain any more.









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*While I sr go IWa PI V" "$.

brief vacatho, the Woihingtan W Nh
Merry-Go-Round is being written lady grant the Interview. Owly
by several guest columnist, to- old that ht ought Iwo
days being Police LL L o u I a be a g brafomeW 4
Shoulders.) ohehadgrante.d-ted thS psr i
LOIS SHOULDERS Mr. Pe arrived at th Mg.
ON nict IN Kansas City lt
ON Sunday night. Owdey and t
L Smalley, publisher of
The Washlngton Merry-.GoRend sam City News--r O f 4 .
tomeet Jil. At t s at
(Note-Lt. Louisa boulders, now the air rp~ S atweeh seti'sga
committed to there. years in *Prsn and Pearson f. tal s a saug
for allegedly lyag to a federal ments wereomlete the Ain.
grand JUry in the Bobby reen- terview whie was o It ace.
mleaseinap cead served in the c hrujOSale ad
the at. Lo I Police Depauhment morning. tBe H
for more than 27 years with a At nine O'colck Monday monin
spotless record. Several months Mr. Pearso, Mr. Smalley and a
ago I had requested that Lt. Shoul- member ofs Mr. Pearson'Ita
ders be allowed to appear on. my wereintheceIt
television program, but hisertheis that Sheriff Owle
mission was denied. Still believing M r.Pearso rthat tOshe
that Lt. Shoulders should be given had een called off. v ia
a chance to tell his story, I asked State Marshal Wilieam
him to do a guest column while I was there to express sa
was on vacation and following is opposition to the plat. A fewin.
his reply to that invitation.-Drew utes earlier one of Ttma's dep.
-earson) uties taed to me and asked e
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. I am not desire teo talk to him i
sincerely grateful to y o u, Mr. I flatlre sie to do' bet use I.
Pearson, for permitting me to I want to etalkto d e'a re a.
tell the nation my full story about MPearsont then t eser pe
the Carl AustinHall-Bobby Green.- mission from thenma"alto
lease ransom-money affair. As the merely introduce h to me, shalto
public knows, I have been sen. Tatman alsorefused to do .Jdo
tenced to prison for a period of not know why Tatman was tere.
three years on the charge of lying Hg visits tothe ountyewr
before a federal grand jury. I am very selom. a we
now confined in the federal prison s the most atW ius
and hospital at Springfleld, Mis- e ever. comittei iuri
sour. I was sent here because Of I believe o that I am entled to
a heart condition. Patrolman Elm c ratio by allwho had
Dolan, who assisted me, is like. m oit ion by ilwbe had
wise serving time for the same r n taking y y w
charge. Just as sure sthereisaod
In, the first place, up until the above,! one of them days tb ro.
time this case broke, Ihad been aoining ransom money willow
an honorable member of the St. mp somewhere and thn guiltype
Louis Police Department for more sons wi be brought to justice-
than 27 years. As a police officer But in .the meantime a man who
over this span of years, my record has enjoyed a splendid 27-ear
was spotless. I was quite often record as a police officer, whose
oralsed for my faithful and fear- honesty and integrity had never
less work as a policeman and dur- tbeae boq tlon had eis-rfoe
inadedl either for failurenetotdormy -ispend a part of his life In prison
handed either for failure to do ray for.8pI II dnot Commit
duty as, an officer or for any Ialsorelize that the federal.
other causewhatever. Had not my grand jury in Kansas City. was
police record been above reproach, n orto juyi Kn eI n City w
Feel sure that I would have been atte" t no desk to locate the
discharged many years ago. mis o ransom l money. Having
However, on October 6, 1953, I sI g am mo11 n ty.Hsteaing
personally arrested Carl Austin failed completely in this, the mem-
Hall and Bonnie Brown Heady who bmers of that body had to have
were later charged with the most some person or persons for its
brutal crime ever conceived in this "goats" and Elmer Dosan and I
state, if not the entire nations, were seemingly those Individuals.
When I broke into Hall's room, I So when our cases came up fo
realized I was after a notorious trial in federal court, the same
killer, one who would naturally be circumstances prevallef. The ury
armed and ready to again shoot to membersr, knowing that some er-,
kill if necessary. To be smre, I son or porsons did gfqj-he ran='s
took. a great chance of losing my blood money, placed full
o li&_. ,SIX was,,MY i/a.


of many dais and nan ranea, I
quite- natural believed that when
I arrested the pair and obtained
their first signed confession, I was
doing outstanding work as a police
officer. Instead of praise, I have
been held in scorn and ridicule by
a federal grand jury in Kansas
City that accused me of lying.
I was later tried in federal
court and the jury upheld the
grand jury indictment and that is
why I am serving this unjust pri-
son sentence today. My attorney,
Henry Morris of St, Louis, made
application for appeal bond. This
was denied. A request for a new
trial was made at the same time
and this motion has not, as yet,
been acted upon and is still pend-
ing.
I was accused of being away
from the St. Louis police station
for a period of approximately an
hour after bringing Hall in, when
in fact I was in the cell-block all
the time talking to Hall, obtaining
his confession to this most vicious
of all crimes.
At the time of my trial, T had
only one witness to testify in my
behalf that I actually was in the
police station during the time it
was claimed I was elsewhere. Un-
doubtedly members of the grand
jury or trial jury did not 'belive
him. Since my trial I have lo-
cated other witnesses who wilr
further substantiate my state-
ment to the effect that I actually
was wih Hall during that hour in
question.
Before being sent to Spring-
field I was a federal prisoner in
the Jackson County, Miouri jail.
About tfe middle of July I was
advised by Arvid Owsley, Jackson
County sheriff that Drew Pearson
believed in my innocence and that
he was making a trip to Kansas
City espeelaly to interview me.


aay a ano aay ou, wi h *M
did details of the gruesome
of Little Bobby Greenlease? '
These jury member's also knew
that someone got this missing ra '
som money and as Dolan and VE
were the two officers who had t0
suitcases in our possession at the-
time of the Hall arrest, we we
the logical ones to put the guilt
tag on.
The jurors failed to take.ta
consideration the fact that. Ra5
had a 48-hour rendezvous w tJ.
several St. Louis hoodlums
unsavory characters as well a
some prostitutes and that he ha
been dead drunk for two days and.1
that the ransom money was beng
passed out freely during thts
Soinstadof being held in WAgh,
esteem and being credited wlkh,
solving the most fiendish and 32&
torious murder of all times, w
are now social outcasts and have
had our citizenship taken away
from us.
As a youngster, I had always'
been taught that here in Amr 4
Amerieane were always ivn .
square deal In court,
right of appalbeing paramous .
if the American believed that I,
bad been done an injusteie.
I certain believe that my i
= al shmogd he been granted
I warigced to spend ev
day in pron.
I sio believe that an AI mim
can's gi.of free speech has
violated by our government o
cials when they refused to permit
Mr. Pearsom to interview me, a
the more so because they a "
that It was with my approval a
urgent request.
Couldsuch a thing as this hap-
en in America? It has happened


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HANNON, Ireland, Sept.' 6
(UP) A LM Royal Dutch Su-
per-Cva ton carrying 56
o*rr ":"O on
Person crashed into a S non
River mad bank yesterday less
than five minutes after taking
off for New York. TwentyLeight
person 11 of them Americans,
Were ke
Atince-owng tde trapped
pad drowned 27 persons In the
ota e'iI uaelge. The Wth vic-
died later of Ipjuries sol-
ferei when the Ir-englood
craft fell to earth a*tertakteg.
off from Shannon A
She was Identified as Miss Car-
lina Plats of the Bronx, New
York.
KLM abandoned hope for more
urvivors last night after 25 bod-
iet were taken from the mud-
bound fuselage. of the Super-
Constellation. Two others were
missing among the 468 passengers
and 10 crewmen.
The death list included a 26th
U45. resident-iMrs. A. Schapp, a
Dutch citizen who has been liv-
ing in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Missing and believed dead were
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Habig, listed
by ELM as from Oelde, Westfa-
l*n Germany. A business associ-
ate-in New York said they were
German citizens but residents ui
Xnglewood, NJ..
This was the second death-
dealing plunge by a KLM trans-
atlantic liner in 13 days.
- A KLM DCOB went down off
HolWlnd Aug. 23, killing all 21
passengers aboard:.
Less than five minutes after
rising from the Shannon run-
way for the flight to New York,
the airliner pitched suddenly in-
to waist deep water a mile and
a half from the airport.
The pilot said he thought he
was sti climbing. The stricken
liner sent no 808, as was the
case in the Aug. 23 accident.
A crewman swam to shore and
staggered into the airport lounge
to sound the first alarm. That
took an hour. Meantime the tide
surged over the plane, trapping
those who could not flee at once.
Twenty-nine persons batter-
ed out windows and shoved
open water-logged hatches to
escape. Some came ashore on
rubber lifeboats and some
swam.
KLM announced the following
Americana were on its death


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Americana came from Amster-
dam, the origin of the flight.
I. A.,Aler, president of KIM
and former Dutch air staff chief,
flew here and said after ques-
tioning survivors: "Icannot find
any reason for the crash. Defi-
nitel there was nothing tech-
ncally wrong,"
He quIt the plot, Com-
modore Adrian Viruly, as say-
ing "we had no reason to be-
Heve we were doing other than
cimbing for altitude."
Aler said he was amazed the
liner's navigator had to bring
the first alarm on foot. Another
KLM pilot said crewmen report-
ed they fired distress rockets,
"but apparently nobody saw
them."'
A Shannon airport custom of-
ficial said he saw the crash and
reported it immediately. He said
airport controllers reported there
was nothing wrong.
Only one of the survivors suf-
fered serious injuries Mr.
Platz, who was reported in criti-
cal condition.
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12-YearOld Boy's Story


Of Escape From Aircraft
;# 0- 4 j


Carl FVRtolon, 13, was
lucky. His father, a St. Petes-
burg, Fla., orthopedic surgeon.
ulldt himn out of the super-
Constellation rash that kie
28 persons at Shannon. Hsee Il
Carl' story.)
BY CAUI, AERMINGTtO
SHANNON, Ireland, 8Spt. 6
(UP) It was just one gigantic
nightmare. I wouldn't lik togo
through it .agaln for A million,
even if the Loro promised nme
that everything would be8 all
right,
I was the third one into the
plane when we took off at about
3:30 in the morning. My daddy
says It was a very soft one but
he has been in one before. I
I felt the crash and I thought
we were in water. I thought we
hit the end of the runway. I
guess I thought some gasoline
was water.
Then I blacked out. My father
kicked me out of the plane Into
the water to wake me up. It sure
did.

Spanish Toreador

To Hunt Bufalos

With Hemingway
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 8 (UP)-I
Luis Miguel Dominguin, one of
Spain's top bullfighters, said to-
day he is going to hunt buffalose
in Africa witn novelist Ernest
Hemingway because "for a long
time I wanted to shoot a bull
dead."
*"Many times In the ring 1
wanted to dispose of the bull
with a bullet," the matador add-
ed.
Here on a vacation as Heming-
way's guest, Dominguin said he
has definitely retired from the
bullring "and now I face the
harder task of killing time, in-
stead of bulls, the best way I


Then I clambered ofto a raft.
We waited about 10 minutes aft-
er I got Into the first raft and
was shifted into the second one.
The dingle were tied together
then. Them were some screams,
but they weren't the high shrieks
like in the movies.
After that we cast off and for
another 20-minute period we
went on. Then we put up the
sail. The weather was okay-I
mean it wasn't like a paty but
it was pretty good.
For another 40 minutes we
went for the airfield light. We
tried to paddle but it didn't do
nuch good, but the tide took us
n towards the airport.
There weren't any more
screams, because the people left
on the plane were overcome by
gas.&
We got to the mudflats, wh'ch
we thought would be narrow. A-
bout 100 yards.
About 12 or 15 of us,41 don't
know how' many, got out and
walked in the mud flats for a-
bout an hour. We got closer to
the airport lights when some
people met us and took us Into
the airport hospital.
School starts tomorrow, and
even if we left today I'd miss
the first day.
I will be starting Alken Junior
high school.
Carl's sister, Charlotte Far-
rington, 16, wearing borrowed
brown slacks rolled up to the
knees and a white linen shirt sat
with her brother at breakfast.
She glanced at the Irish morn-
ing papers with scenes of the
wreck.
"They are treating us wonder-
fully," she said. "The only thing
wrong is that I'm stiff and my
blisters are bursting."


Mendes-France Expected To Uncork

Plans For Substitute EDC Shortly


----
PARIS, Sept. 6 (UP) Pre-
mier Pierre Mendes-France may
Indicate his plans for a substi-
tute for the dead European De-
fense community treaty if as ex-
pected he presides this week at
a regular meeting of the North
Atlantic council, Informed sourc-
es said today.
He has agreed tentatively to
attend Thursday's session unless
his schedule crowds it out, in
which case he might attend a
later meeting.


Mendes-France, by virtue of
being France's foreign minister
as well as premier, now is pres-
ident of the 14-nation alliance's
top council.,
The premier spent the week-
end in his borrowed Marly hunt-
ing lodge. His steady stream of
consultants and aides slowed on-
ly slightly to (rve him some
hours of relaxation Sunday.
Later this week he will preside
at a cabinet meeting which will
get down to brass tacks on
France's position regarding a
new German rearmament
scheme.
Meanwhile West German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was
reported to have blue-printed a
plan for German rearmament
within a new European army ket
up as part of the Nbrth Atlantic
Treaty Organisation.
Informants said his proposal
would be conveyed to Prime
Minister Winston Churchill to-
morrow. They added that copies
or summaries of 'Adenauer's
memorandum might go to the
United States.
Informants said Adenauer's
plan was envisaged a foundation
from which might come a sort of
watered down European Defense
Community, but with a German
national army.
The report of Adensuer's de-
termination to press for another
form of the European Defense
Community followed his first ra-
dio address on the crisis.
Some diplomatic quarters read
into his words Saturday night
the possibility of an attempt to
revive the EDC. He said the Ital-
ian parliament "would ratify"
the pact and the French Assem-
bly had "not yet" approved it.
But signs were stronger that


he would seek a new form of the
EDC.
Informants said his new con-
cept included an army under a
Joint, command as part of NATO.


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They described it as a sort of within NATO, and at thr^'is
"Little NATO" within the parent time keep the European armf
setup. idea alive, they noted.
That would meet Britlsh plans U.S. High Commlssioner James
for limited German Tearmament B. Conant was expected to SIk.
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KIM listed the Americans who serves as general investment add th So erca ou
surivtdas:viser, while a firm of nuclear en- u~~enai
HartChicago; Albert ee consultant rovdesand asked the bullfighter wh
1. "Re eld, SouthO-range, N.- J.; technical guidance. Total net as- he "let the pigeon to fly the cot,"
Iinbaeth Snyder, New York Ci- sets on August 12 of this year a- and Dominguin replied "I am
ty; fMi. and Mrs. George W. mounted to $4.3 million. Net as- not a dovecot."
wallon, Des Moines, la. set value per share, which was
Also John A. Kerr, Deerfield, $9.97 at the.end of 1953, is cur-
Conn.; Ernest Bettmann, White rently about $11.30. stocks, most notably uranium
Plains, N.Y., Dr. J. Farrington,There can be little doubt that shares. The Atomic Development
his wife, Florence, their daugh- we are In the initial stages of an Mutual Fund appears to offer
ter Charlotte, and a son Carl, of "atomic revolution" that will, financial participation in a wide
St. Ptsburg, Fla.. Elizabeth perhaps sooner than we realize, range of atomic activities with
Carlin, an Franclsco ank transform large segments of our the benefit of technical and pro-
Jae L my and his wife, Ea- economic, social and political ex- fessional investment supervision.
na Berkee Mih istence. A rowing awareness of
Th last three boarded the this transition has generated
plane at Shannon; all the other considerable interesting "atomic"


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RADIO CENTER, S. A.
No. 7110 BeUvar Ave.
Ceoln TeL 40


Due to the 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 of faster and more coriMplete. service. This schedule is effective Wednesday, I


September 8,1954.


MONDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David ................ 9:30
Leave David ..................10:00
Arrive Armuelles ...........10:20
Leave Armuelles '..........10:40
Arrive David ................11:00
Lekve David .............11:30
Arrive Tocumen ........... 1:00

FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Colon ................ 8:20
Leave Colon ............ 8:50
Arrive Bocas ................10:00
Leave Bocas ...............10:30
Arrive Changuinola ......10:40
Leave Changuinola ......11:10
Arrive Armuelle ..........11:55
Leave Armuell .............12:15
Arrive David .............12:35
Leave David .................. 1:15
Arrive Changuinola ...... 2:00
Leave Changuinola ...... 2:30
Arriv David ................ 3:15
Leave David ............. 4:30
Arrive Tocumen ........... 6:00


TUESDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David ............. 9:30
Leave David .................10:00
Arrive Armuelles ..........10:20
Leave Armuelle .............10:45
Arrive Changuinola ......11:30
Leave Changuinola .....-12:15
Arrive Bocae ...................12:25
Leave Boca ..................... 1:00
Arrive Colon ............. 2:10
Leave Colon ................. 2:30
Arrive Tocumen ....... 2:50

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Leave Tocumen ......... 8:00
Arrive Changuinola ...... 9:30
Leave Changuinola ......10:00
Arrive David ................10:45
Leave David ..............11:15
Arrive Tocumen ............12:45
WEDNESDAY
FLIGHT No. I
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David ................ 9:30
Leave David .................10:00
Arrive Tocumen ..........11:30
FLIGHT No. 2
Letve Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Colon ............. 8:20
Leave Colon ............. 8:50
Arrive Boeas ..............10:00
Leave Bocas ..............10:30
.Arrive Changuinola ......10:40
Leave Changuinola ......11:10
Arrive Armuelles .........11:55
Leave Armuelles ..........12:15
Arrive David ..............12:35
Leave David ............. 1:15
Arrive Changuinola ...... 2:00
Leave Changuinola ...... 2:30
Arrive David ............. 3:15
Leave David ............. 4:30
Arrive Tocumen ........... 6:00


THURSDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Toumen ......... 8:00
Arrive David ................ 9:30
Leave David ................10:00
Arrive Armuelles ..........10:20
Leave Armuelles ..........10:45
Arrive Changuinola ......11:30
Leave Changuinola ........12:15S
Arrive .ocas .............12:25
Leave Bocas .......... 1:00
Arrive Colon ............. 2:10
Leave Colon ............. 2:30
Arrive Tocumen ......... 2:50


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


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Tocumen ......... 8:00
David ............... 9:30
David .............10:00
Armuelles ..........10:20
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David ..............11:00
David .........11:30
Tocumen .......... 1:00


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Leave Tocumen ......... 8:00
Arrive Colon ............. 8:20
Leave Colon ............. 8:50
Arrive 8ocas ..........10:00
Leave Bocas ..............10:30
Arrive Changuinola ......10:40
Leave Changuinola ......11:10
Arrive Armuelles ..........11:55
Leave Armuelles ..........12:15
Arrive David .................12i35
Leave David ................ 1:15
Arrive Changuinola ...... 2:00
Leave Changuinola ..... 2:30
Arrive David ............. 3:15
Leave David ................. 4:30
Arrive Tocumen ......... 6:00


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Tocumen ......... 8:00 A.M.
David ............. 9:30 A.M.
David ................10:00 .A.M.
Tocumen ..........11:30 A.M.


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L SB | CORD SHOP: N. .t "King"
the Capitol big gun, has
off-beat songs pay off for
Hell record numbers other
wouldn't touch with a ten-
Sierophone, and make hits
of them.
-,."The public," Nat says, "have
me tolook for me to do off-beat,
IHy songs like 'Nature Boy' and
young' Not all the time, but
very so y n. Artle Shaw and I
Vre talking about that a while
go-4i said I Was lucky and
0d could sing whatever I pleased
,d the public would still like it."
-Ever alert to pass on helpful
tps, I now present you with a!
larlef course entitled, 'How to Get
alo with Eileen Barton." Miss
Baton, you know, is the cute
chlek who rode to fame on a rec-
d lld "If.I Knew You Were
eoimng I'd'Have Baked a Cake." I
Since that item appeared and[
made her a fortune, she can't go
iywhere without somebody -giv-
her a cake. Sponge, devil'sI
od or angel. AD kinds. And1
din's the big secret-the doesn't
UM cake. So, if you know Eileen1
art's coming, don't bake her
r cae-bake her a potato.
"Fi' a meat and potatoes gal,"
s Eileen. "Actually, I rarely
it anything sweet.
S'Eileen believes that her dislike
Cake has saved her from a fate
rse than death-becoming fat.
Is had so many cakes preseq-
to her that a sweet tooth
d have led to a sour figure.
her figure Is worth preserv-
.ne has an 18-inch waistline.
S"I goes to 21 inches when I go
8 a binge," she says. "A potato
binge, or a Hungarian spaghetti
(Ades to b(Slewives: Hungar-
Swg t! as something ner
i dio~ther makes. It's spagbhttl
ream cheese sand butter and
IM ewnLona. If you want t he
set recipe, don't ask me. Ask
When she's not eating Hungar-
Spaghetti or potatoes, Eueen
makes line records for Coral.
currently she's trying to get away
mewhat from the novelties that,
I. ~alde her famous. Her pre-
.forr Col, "Sway," sand
one, "And Then," are
I db She likes to sing
Rs to be a buy year for
de do g gift cpakes,
gin to do a *bow at the
pa and shes booked to


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"Gonna Do It Tonight" Doreea
Davis, MGM); "Your Heart -My
Heart" (Frankle Lane., Colum-
bia); "The World Is Waiting for
the Sunrise" (The Larks, Lloyd);
"Wooden Shoes and Happy
Hearts" (Mitch Miller, Colum-
bia).

TV Toppers
WALLY BOLE ("Saturday
Night Revue" NBC-TV): I cut
off his tail. Then 1 sold him
wholesale-I couldn't retail him.

The idea of putting mood music
on long playing albums is fie.
buy they're fast running out o
moods. Witness RCA's latest -
three lovely albums featuring the
M e I a c h r i no Orchestra sealed
"Music for Two People Alone."
(Maybe next week we'll have
"Music to Wash Dishes By.") Ac-
cordian lovers will appreciate a
new MGM album "Accordion
Magic," with Tito and his
Swingtet.
Classically, Epic has two inter.
testing issues. "A Berlioz Pro-
gram" has some of that com.
poser's best, well p played by
Willem Vah Otterloo and the Or.
chestre des Concerts Lamoureux.
Guitarist Laise Walker is featured
on another Epic album, "Guitar
Recital," which is different and
delightful.

BFA Degree For

Student Printers
ROCHESTER, N. Y. -(UP)-A
new agreement in the graphic arts
field between Columbia University
and the Rochester Institute
of Technology is being hailed as a
step toward meeting the growing
demand within the printing indus-
try for college graduates with a
liberal arts background as well as
technical competence.
Beginning with the 1954-55 aca-
demic year, students from RIT'a
department of printing will get
degree of bachelor of fine arts
after completion of additional re-
quirements inliberal arts courses.
The arrangement will run for three
years.
Under t he program, IT stu.
dents will be allowed to transfer
credits in technical printing cours-
ev towar the gr l rtA
quireme .gr th A. dege
RIT, considered to have one of
Ith gontiftirwle o..-AJine anhim


I A saw tua euJip r c me country outstanding shUoolw
iag like a contract to make or printing in facilities, equipment
Mave. and program, now awards the as
social n applied science degree
o Tanes, on Jubilee to graduates of its two-year pro-
orbded "That Old Feeling." gram I printing. The school also
bigest hit was "I Under- confers the bachelor of silence
Just How You Feel.' Now degreefor satisfactory completion
have one out called "The of the four-year program.
ust Feeling In the Worl."
ev sem to have a feel for A printing industry leader.
rd business. Thomas R. Jones president of
-- Daystr6m, -Inc., who is chairman
K'P PICKS: Joni J a m e s of the Gra,hic Arts Center pro-
) has a lovely record of a gram at Columbia, cplls the pro;
Wus song, "Mama, Don't gram an encouragement to "youn
t My Wedding." She makes men to recognize the potential of
ane lyrics sound good. Oth' the graphic arts as a career possi-
th listening to: "Neardr billty," and predicts that it "rehoul
M to Me" (Jo, Stafford, Co- improve he quilfileations of per-
); "The Story of Tlna!" sonnel which will be available to
t Applebilte, D.e ca); the industry in years ahead."


STORY OF MARTRA WAYNR

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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
S Cristobat
S.S. "AVENIR" ......... ........................ Sept. 6
*S.S. VERAGUA ....................... .......Sept. 11
*S.S. TALAMANCA ....................*.........-Sept. 1i
*8.8. QUIRIGUA ..............................Sept. 5
S.S.."AGGERSBORG" ...........................Sept. 27
S.S. "BYFJORD" ..... ...... .................. ept. 30
*Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo


New York Service Arrives
Cristobal
S.S. HEREDIA ................. ...............Sept. 6
S.S. ALCYON .................................... Sept. 12
*S.S. JUNIOR ................ ...................Sept 1is
S.S. SAN JOSE .............. ... ............ Sept. 2
S.S. "MABELLA" ...............................Sept. 24

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
ToQ Now York .- ... ............ .240.00,
To Los Angels and Sand Francisco ...$27000
To Seattle .................... ...$365.00


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A^Lsc.<4v g.4.4iy rat Pu r1 29740 w 2.0071/ Lime. M30 Oa 10 *J*.v a
Wankb the last two Years.
.has been shown on television, and
I. movie houses from coat to


i.aper, ,rrt~is slz meath.
and broke a
d ecrd June when he
lued arotad the wold in w


Mr. and M-r Helmer E. Sim-
pon entertained 60 guests Sat&r-
day evening t a housewarmmg at
ir, mesidbfte o Bellsa Vista. A
fivepiece orchestra furnished mu-
sic tor dancing.


Grandmother Shower
Mif ht. Connie" B. Tarrell,
*tj CZ-er, and. recently -
Svisor of the cost and rport
on at the Naval 8tation,
an, was the surprised h
at a "Grandmother, BabyI
r" given by her many
and co-workers at Rodmat
Thursday.
'Mrs. Farreh is expect
graddsomi (she hopes!) for he
-nd daughter.in-law, Mr. and
Arthur W. Farrell, residing I
Angeles, California.
Honoring Mrs, Farrell a
shower were: Jack Coppen
S. ... At Ettiner, Gertrude Joustr
.....T.. ..wI. flia Shoekey, Dorothy Moore
Srlge~A day eveng amllitary chapel on the Canal Zone Robinson Elvisd
Share Mr. and M's. 'Agfiit JAck Ber hhagen who will make br, Loi Geddes Ines Lowe,
their home 14i B la Vista when they return from their Cadegai, Intl *afis Naty
wedding -trip. Mrs.. Beoshagen is. the .,former Miss Maria land,. Pelly Belden etty t
Cristina Obediente daughter of.the assistant-director of the6 Lavini KaeyB
National City BhIlnk Mr C:.rd.erdke Obedlente and Miss Ob feld li Harngto,
diente of, Panama City, Her husband his the son is Mt. and Ehl irs, Claire Douglas, Eda
Mrs. Paul Benahigen of Ellendile, North Dakota. Maid of honiQ gel, Billie Rowe, Camille
at tbPe wedding was the brides dousiang, Miss Erne Belle NX- gel, Bille Itowe, Cmlle
MrtyY: Mr. Rl.card Taylor served as best man. helen Lucey, Marion D AeV
Ruth Munyon and Clole Atk
M.'AND IMU- aORILLAC Marlela tfeaza, Miss Elena Stag, (Continued on Page 7
LEAVE FOR MEXICO Miss Adelita Calderon, Miss Ida
ON WEDDING :TRIP Vaarino, MIss Margarita Valla- In
Mr. and Mrs. Reane OrWlac, Jr., rnoa, and Miss Lapita Arias. J W cas, .


left for a wedding trip hr Mexico
following their wedding at the
SaZuarIa a'son'i al de Corason
de Maria on Saturday evening.
For her wedding, Mrs. Oriliac,
the former i ,ss Ester Humbert,
daughter of F!?. and Mrs. Federico
Humbert, wrB_ a Saks Fifth
Avenue model.e silk taffeta and
an~Is lace cpt ad ng princess
.itSS-'S DM'ikld~aNi anffl, d in


Mr. RIeirdo Orlilac was best
man for the bridegroom. Ushers
were Mr. Ednardo Stagg, Mr. Car-
los Alfredo St. Malo, Mr. Roge-
Uln Alvarez, Mr. Osvaldo Cardoze,
Mr. Ramon Arias, Mr. Francisco
Azearraga, and Mr. Federico Hum.
bert, Jr.
Tralnbearers were Ball Stlie-
Slaird 'MapIj..li0m :fk-rIdIIjd_


cap eucr th- seqius and the week-end. He left last nig
seed carried a bouquet for Lima, Buenos Alres, Santlai
* white, roses. and Montevideo.
S I Bonn, who two years ago filt
iev. Father Manuel Prada per- ed a travel short here called "Hi
formed the ceremony. Iay in Panama," is now scout
The .attendants wore -ballerina big the territory for sites whi
length gowns in colorsifthe rain- may be used by a Hollyeo
bow with matching pe'al and se- studio, Howard D. Brown Produ
quin caps. They-carried bouquets tions, to film the "Love Life
of carnations-dyed to match their the Indian." Apparently the mov
dresses., concern became intrigued wi
Miss Mary Lea Azearraga wag Boren's shots of the San Bias I
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were: dians and wrote him for me
Miss Carlotita Boyd, Miss Cecilia details. He estimates that abo
Azcar gai ,iss Damaris St. Male, 10 million people have seen tj
Miss (Wga Ramona Clare, Miss Panama short in the United Stat


Dance for poise, pleasure
and grace.
Learn to dance with

Oorotyh Chas e
Special Classes for pre-school
tots, women and children
of all ages.
REGISTER NOW
CQasse re4opeil Sept. 13
For all information Balboa 1&51.


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ON6REGATION KOL SHEARITH ISRAEL

Members are requested to attend a general meet-
irig which will be held at'the Community Hall (Cuba
Avenue & 36th. St.) On Tuesday, September 7th., at
8 p.m., to elect a new board. All members are urged
to attend.


The Secretary.


NTERTAINENT TODAY!

To help you celebrate Labor Iay, we'll have the

FICAROS QUARTET
From 5 to 10 p.m.


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NEA Food and Markets EditoF
Peaches are ripening on the
trees faster than usual because of
drought conditions. For that rea-
son growers are now shipping th
to market on a dmy-to-day b
Therefnmre exerts advise


P "fhre are ewer and smaller
peaches' this year but the quality
ht and sweetness are excellent," Ar-
ge thur J. Farley, pomologist of- Ht-
. gers University told us as we!
n [drove through his 80s acres of
&l* drought-affected peach orchards
ir. near Middletown, N. J., on State
ch Highway .No. 35.
ic* We sat under the welcome shade
of of a large tree to enjoy a freshly
'ie baked peach pie baked by Mrs.
th Farley. She is a former home eco-
n. nomics teacher and was head of.
re the New Jersey OH clubs.
ut -
he We- asked her for her two fa-
es vorite peach recipes. "I -like them-
just plain blanketed with cream,"
she said. "But of course fresh
I peach pie is a treat for everyone."
Luscious Peach Pie
Four cups sliced fresh peaches,
9-inch unbaked pie, 3 tablespoons
flour, % cup sugar, VA teaspoon
salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
Topping: % cup brown sugar,
1A cup .flour, % teaspoon elnna.
mon, 2z~ tablespoons margarine.
Combine f I o u r, sugar salt,
peaches and lemon juice. Pour in-
to pie shell and sprinkle with top-
ping as follows:
Combine brown sugar with four
and-cinnasmon. Cut in butter or
margarine until mixture is quiteI
fine, Sprlpkle on top of peaches.
Bake" pie in a 425 degree F.
oven- about 10 mlntites-if pie be-
comes too dark in baking reduce
beat to 350 -degrees
Baked Peaches
(serves 6)
Six medium yellow peaches, 4
tablespoons white sugar. 2 table-
spoons butter, 2 teaspoons lemon
juice, teaspoon nutmeg, but-
tered toast.
Peal and cut peaches in half.
Remove stones. Place in shallow
baking pan--cut side up ut po
of sugar, % teaspoon of utter o
margarine, a drop of lemon juce
u-and a pinch of nutmeg to each
I half. Bake in 350 degrees oven
until light brown er ae on hot


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of Picture FRAMES.
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)8 116. MNUB= L LAWRENCE M together children. She gan to
AT the ae of two Tim' bid a >'t ng othebfldren walk
certain opinlon about puddles, lie er you! Don't yo- BMow how to
thought it ,was good to sphlas in fight for your 1t!
them. So one morning aff rain How eohd tn.iosbly know
had made ne i4 the bole Daddy how to .fight for hm ? Hasn't
had dug' for new berry bushes, he for years beet raied to re-
Tim splashed in it. spect all opposing opinion? How
He was banging it i todfountains could he possibly t oppoers of
wbeh his mother opened the kitch- his wish to pilot Ml cr t.
en do She ran to him and IT is.a great mistake to ask
snatched im from the puddle, children to agree with every ac.
SBt* she war not stisfied with tion we have to take toward them
coutraling his actions toward pud. They do not have, the experience
dles. As she unbuckled his over- to understand why we remove
ails, she demanded- he share her them ftom puddles atddeny candy
opinion that flashing in puddles between meals.
is a bad thing, indeed.
It went on e that. Tim's m6i.- Our ptemature demands f or
er utcou t nt herel their agremet wthour point of
^wctth n roINlsetib. SeHad view -lmply "nake tnr frightened
.to 11 herself. ID ntrol fl his submisson aneon oth-
min. i er eo s onos.
THM onp do wheno ho wa 1 em n their agreement be-
four, two ne bon hldre cause we ourslve re dendent.
camee to pelay Je.llQt in the ebig We. wat i ha slSssen that we
woodenn cra m et out in m' are right! We aie working out an
l is guests 'shoved him away. To be able to take action to-
paid, "AWe, g In to your ward children without for e i n g
.you doni know how to them to agree that it is right re-
f u ehnire," p T presents our indepeence. It
-And Ir another push, Tim o means that, we trust ourselves
beyed them. He went into the enough to be capable of settling
house where his mother found him the goodness of what we do with-
at a window, watching others en. in ourselves.
joy themselves at his expense. Thus, our mental integrity pre-
That night the co loanedd to his serves the mental integrity of
father aout is asubmissivenes" 'children.


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,n on Bst Furnituret t at eBest:Pi


CLUB ............. s.7
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CLUB .......... .. 3.0 CLUB ............. 3.75
MONTHLY .........12.50 MONTHLY .......... 9.00


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In the bidding of today's hatnd,
North was afraid that his opp.
nents /could make a game at'
hearts. He Jumped to four spades
to shut them out, and suceded.
As. the cards happened to le, at
contract of four hearts could not
have been made. South 'as s ot,
however, disappointed with his
contract since ne had an excellent
chance to mak e the game at
spades.
West opened the king of hearts
and contmnuedathe suit, South ruff.
gave him an additional chance.
was safe if the king .oLdiamonds
happened to be or side. To guard
against a loss of the disamond fin.
esse, South' cooked up a plan that
gave him an additional chance.
After ruffing the heart, 'South
led a trump to dummy and re-
turned a club toward his hand. If
East played low as is "normal"'
In such a situation, south could
play the queen'to force out West's
ace. West would another heart!
and South would ruff again.
South would then. lead the jack
of clubs, to force the king.
East could then lead a diamond,
but South could put up the sce of
diamonds and cash the ten of club
d' discard du m my's remaining
amond.
This Ilan would have worked,
except that East was.a little too
clever for South. When the low
club was led from dummy, East
made he very fine play if putting
up his king at once. This held the
trick, of course, and East speedily
shifted to a diamond, thus assur-
ing West a trick with the king of
diamonds.
When clubs were led again, West
took the ace of clubs and cashed
the king of diamonds to defeat the
contract.
East's .unusual play of, "'secOnd
hand )highl'. was not isidangerous
as t looked. If South happened tq
be leading the. club from dummy
fo a finesse, the o'king clubs was
'wthlbs aywy. South had
anything else In mind, it could
cost Bast nothing to play his king
at once.


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Lenwral Am. 149
FARMACIA .EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery Planz
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
'ouiitn of .uly Ave.


THi PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street No. i


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
FORe SALE -7-cubie ft. GE. rfri.FOR SALE -Two 1948 Chevrolet e-
geroli. 60-cycle, excellent co'nd'- danr, good condition. By compatt-
r.on. 5150. Call Pon. 3-5426 __tse bids. Coil Quarry Hts. 4143.
FCP SALE -4.burner gos sto0e 530. FOR SALE -1947 Chearolet S400.
,ruo couch 16, babs d'e se'r r'w e.*gs, rods. olves and Guides
$ 0. 3c.t floor lamp S10. Cal ranms sion. gears wheel bearngs,
$, 3-." fora Ca Kingpins pOinled Leoaving Isthmui.,
.. -.. ... 3 6 I -D Rousseau. C. Z.
LEAVlNG NEXT W ,rEK d-oST SLL FO SALE -Na h. good molar $125,
West.rnghouse Ln" ,.
S-Ic. easolv Con,.ertid ,hen C.Z now ct 43rd tircer No 41.
g-:.e to L-o-c.,cle. euiellcrrt condi- FOR SALE. 1950 CodIlaoc Model
ti:r: cr.ginol co0t '.343. will s l, 62. excellent condition. 5 new
.' or $2 0: other etems. A. C Bul- vwh,te t.res. new seot covers. Phone
lock. 786-B. TavernIlo St. Phone! 88-836. Ors. 116-B. Gulick.
Boit'oo 1828 any time. -
828n te.------- FOR SALE. Hillman sedon $350.
/ANl "'-l balc.nce cn terms Fully insured.
WAN I c Phone Ponoma 3-2333
'';*.Pqi:gnptngi IOR SALE: 1953 Buick H/Top
- "- Riviera: Radio. w/s/w tires, custom
WAtT D:-Wotor generator set. n- trim. Dym.ilow. only 7000 miles.
p..t 2.-cvcle 110-v.-urtput 60- Only O1900, will to!.* trade-in. See
C,:@ 1lu-v. 300.500 watts or Jack Weir. SMOOT & PAREDIS,.
wore. Tel. 1-1317. Rowe. Box Buick Dealer. __
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pr a opre. Go 'P the Vlaono.o
id'---_i | Central Avenue.

Te~nrw'ers' tl.Hiude


FOR SALE
Real F iatie
FO'r SALE.-5 hectore -'ce lov on
t.ie Inter Anreii, l-,gh oav lust
t.' t of Rii Ch.Iriui 'ri Ei VolcOA
i.ri, tile. goo-j neigibo. hood 55CC
(n-h. For deral 5Cwrite nr ask for
Jnhnston in La Ccnrcep.:,r'o


Agenda Internal de ubHleadclnes
4 Cenwaml Ave
FARMACIA LUX
Parque Laeevie 7 Street
LaEWS SERVICE
10 Cenraul Ave.


FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Cintrid Ave.
FAIMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
s Street ea o
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. Fco. de la nLsa Ave. No. 41


NOTVDADES THIS
Via bpanf No. S4


FOR SALE RESORTS
Miseellaneous FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile post
.. Sant o Clara. Low rates. Phone
FOR SAL:-Agewol d Bourbonm. Spa- Balboa 2-1B"4.
cial Club aRsrve Scotch, Royal AM iCS n to Clara Beach Cot-
Mountfed Col dian Whiskey. RonAn LICHS nt Clr Bach C-
Cote nand Castle Club Gin. At y tages, modern conveniences, mod-
bar or bodege. Your Destiledera erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
Nocioenl. P1iillips. Oceanside cottages, Sante
LEA. ING NEXT WEEK. MUST SELL; Clara. Box 435. Bolboa. Phone
Peingerotor compressor $15, Panama 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
S ho. 25-cycle motor 1; 25- FOR RENT
cc e power transformer for trans- FO R RENl
mrale,. con handle 2-907's; hun-
dred. ..f other radio, electrical an* HOUsa
.m.cellaneous items Will sell. Indi-
vidualls. or everything for $150. FOR RENT:-Very attractive chlet
Worlh much more. A. C. lock, an Las Cumbres for 2 months, corn-
Carcge 761-X-l Barneby Street pletely urnished telephone and
9 pm. Phone Balboa 1828 hot water. Very reasonable. Pay ex-
ar. time. senses only. Phone 2-1881, 8:00
.5 _,_.,-,. __ -to 5 00.
BIDS. COCOLI CLUBHOUSE FOR RENT Beautiful residence of
B-ds will be received by the Cocol, three bedrooms, hot water, terrace.
C',.c Council until 7 00 p.m, 16 Phone 2-3035, Panama
;eptenber 1954 for Concessonoaire to'FOR RENT'-Two-bedroom chalet in
opealte the Fcod and Related Servicesi. E2lia Vita. Phone 3-1713
n the Cuccl. Clubhouse. Cocoli, Ca-1 .
al 'Z e FOR RENT
SPc',Ct ,.:..:r. cOvering Concession- F
ire op rmion of the Cocolh Clubhduse A
are oblu..obie from the Cocoli Civic Apartm nts
Councr Post Office Box 414, Rod- ATTENTION B. I. Just built modem
non. Canal Zone or contaoc Mr R. L. furnished apartments, ore, two
Seele, oa phone 25-3852. Naval Sta- bedroom, hot. cold water. --Tal-
,on. We',, Bank, during regular work- phone Panama 3.4941.
ng hCur4. -I
.ig h.. ....- FOR RENT.-Furnished & unfurnish.
.EA ING NEXT WEEK. MUST SELL ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
.E N. NEXT WEEII.k. MUST SEL Contact Alhombro Aoartments.


-- ....JU eda Ist1. ke new. with
( -*I f.ll a In I- Ua r pad tlo'.h and exposure meter.
Sj I a .-U1' WVIrU aua Alein c $221.. hearing old, one of the best
f.TTT LAKE CITY-(UP)-The Iede Ai MIIIIIeJ make. used I month. $100; tools;
ae'ge teen-ager is more mixed books ec ro n
so .tian the adults a Utah ertic.- I IUS cellaneousi: other items. A. C.
t >. den,,led after a poll of VB < V W|v vd p S o oc 786"' Tavero"' Stree'
1 ,hih sc-hcul eni er. Phone Balboa 1828 any time
.',aive. a tao-.cr in the ".ali FiS Un0n FOR SALE -Just three blonde Cock-
0, i *' -t il 'hr s.tai. .said a er SPonrel pp ?es left., AKC regis-
tu-L"'ef tr'e t{llrqcpn'-fc. (rs %%tor- Ire.J d$40 Albrook 3199.
S I -. cn ncerl him lth WA.~11'NGTON. Fppt 6 IUP) -... -- --------.-
yjun-er generation is 'rnio'1" Po..m Ge'-rrl Aithtlr F FOR SALE I s airpl i
"'l :t. "I.n considered the Sumn.erfield announced today 10 com 8-hp excellent ondion
hba at time of life actuallyy I1 feeder audlines will start carry- oInd performance e3. Hen ont e
W sJith far ard frustration.ln" R three-cent mall bY air to Pai ila R-3D Rosseau or Call
, T ey said that only 53 of the more than 100 communities In 23 C A A. Operations CZZ.
1.7 students surveyed In nine states on Wednesday. F l 'sr. i
Ut high schools and one school FOR SALE.-25-cvcle ir-cond n-
n bo reported no particular The -test operation, an exten- ing unit, specially built to work in
o sion of one previously begun be- the Zone. Pedro Miguel 4-674,
other, he said, had 800 dif. tween some of the nation's larger 8-12 and 2-5 p.m. Price $245.
IrA tytes of.problems-.raning cites, will be eond.ute on a FOR SALE:-Tope recorder in good
o e unc.- nt .y *out the uutse lpAceb-avyale tnete%-. condition. Bargain. Tropical Elec-
ttlB a date t for the *nlr cdil selvi a m es. troniCs 45th Street No. 3. Phone
p l, / 3-1285.
ost of the worries were big Bumnmerfield said the action l
on- "'directly" In line with President FOR SALE:-Zenith table model com-
"i faet,"-said Harvey, "teen. Elaenhowert objectives to tj- bination radio ond record player,
ag seem to have more problems prove the postal service and ef- 25-cycle. Call 25-2367.
tha adults." fect economies He said it will FOR SALE: "N ew Hompshre"
O teen-ager said. "'vorld peace both speed mall deliveries and chicks one day old. 24c. each
I e bggest problem of young save money. Phone 2-5206 or 5739.
peosl today." .
SA other said her biggest worry He said "the extended service
-as .. "I am unprepared to face will enable post office patrons ins S S 0
any problem more than 100 communities, from N
most serious problem is the Great Lakes to the Rlu UNIVERSITY O, PANAMA
tea another said. Fear of life, Orande. and from the Atlant to UNIVERSITY OF PurANAMA
peo conditions, fear of oral the Pacific, to. receive mail con- Intensive Spnik crs for English
wor linsachool. fear of people's iderably sooner than at pres- speak. ?tdenis.froseE..bE:"r1
or Is of me. l"ent."an 11udntsfrm September 14
opi ns of-me. .'_ *to Octeber 28. Clnes onm Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday. Beginners
h h h C RI from five to six. lnbom lediste from
r Show Champs Reach I ght. Registreioen elreMdy opened.


10,000 Ft. In 2.07 Mins. FOR SALE
Motors les
FOR SALEt-1 94 A ..


I 10th Street. Phone 136. Colon L
SFOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment. 5 1st Street No. 42. Un-
furnished. For further details call
Zubieta. 3-1802. 3-3337.
FOR RENT -" 2-bedroom oportment.
spacious. best location, $150. Boal-
boa 1866
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apartment
with maid's quarters and garage.


Via Porras No. 106. Aportment
across from Hotel El Panama.
FOR RENT.-Apartment: Two bed-
rooms, two bolhs, two services, hot
water, furnished or unfurnished.
Ave. Cuba No. 58, corner. Phone
3-3329 or 2-1227. '
FOR RENT:-Semi-furnished 1-bed-
room apartment, gas stove. refri-
gerator. Very cool. Overlooking
S.A.S. Commissry, Via Belisorlo
Porras. Son Francisco. Tel. 3-5024.


FOR RENT: One-bedroom oport-
ment completely furnished. Apply
Peru Avenue No. II. Apt. 2. after
5 00 p.m. (in front of Garage Re-
monI.


FOR RENT.-Comfortable apartment.
independent, unfurniihad. Phone
Boalboo 1464.


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UK RKNT I
Miscellaneonus
FOR RENT: Site for clinic. Phone
2-1657.

FOR RENT.
Room@
FOR RENT.-Furnished room. kitch-
en gas, refrigerator. 31st Street
East No. 9, near La Piscina.
FOR RENT.-Furnished room, kitch-
en. diningroom. refrigerator privil-
eges. Phone 2-1989 or 2-3953.


5 e . .Fo ,.evodson FOR RENT--ROOm to married couple
I -.TON, 0., Sept. 6 (UPi secretary of the National Aero- motorcycle, good condton. 502 or bachelors Peru Ave. No. 24.
Lt. William J. Knight of nautic.,Assn. Ancon. Phone 2-1857 Phone 3-5613.
leld, 0., flew hi Scorpilon Armstrong was to have receiv- --------
so i 10.000-foot altitude in 2 ed the General Electric trophy S t a. t o
ain es and 7 seconds here yea-after another running of the G. I | M
ter to take the Allson T-I. trophy race for the crowd of USJ M Idps strategy To Prevent
phy, vent In the National Air-1 101.,238 show spectators. 1 iI I
ermf Show. I He was killed when his Sabre
was the first time the Al- jet disintegrated. Witneaseasid
it ever been run off a a Armstrong's plane flew into
11 sb eating Of Red China In UN.
ad -een simply a speed event ground, about three miles north-
over astraight-away course. eastof Dayton, as he was. flying o
Tragedy marred the airahow around a turn. --A GTON, pt.
at the James M. Cox MunicipalI WSHGTON, SepNt.a 6 mUP' A bl fight is in the ofaing.
Air-t at nearby Vandalla, 0., Cpl. W. D Brancher of the 0- urg e the ted States plans to United states diplomats here
beothe-AUlon event wa run.lhloHlghway Patrol said ArmsU .te lNaton Generai at U.N. headquarters i New
y w n a, N membership for Red China engaged talks aimed at lining
rlo eet tord, wa aeti n.le fe t fro al dring the rest of thls year up support for the Us position.
Sof 64 .302 miles an hour l ane first started to i U. n. strategy at the coming Secretary Dulles, Ambassador
nho Ul649.3d2neilesr N. Assembly meeting Is aimedpHenry Cabot Loduem J.chief
rvaou 1 record tate Hig hway patrolmen W. atlining up thenbiggest possilel. dothe t o t e
S. Mrsh, the first officer on thee o s eU eae e and
E cre a t ner westr-csh scene ad he saw the tlvoe for not even consmIering another hh administraton of, fi-
S ast May pipe of Armstrong's plan e fall UN. seat for the Pelpn y governda s wer reported confident the






ma y Ef A rm t g.2 2 o f a reatG o Britain, h In ormed Of Re ds will fall by a wide margin
S nwew record, which stands off as the pilot flew at treetop the 6.S trategir, said to be r l .
Wal for the General Elfe-Ilevel. a nb ap tier oa d tote Bthel Chlrsss in r i
ophy event today, was set The pot was native of p pared to support a postpone-
Sby Armstrong, aord Placenta Calif., livingat Fair- meant re uion er n support of the post-













Sege n... ..to tthe m I s tp e uOI
r Lodon executiveborn The 32-year-old Calor Secretary of tae Jo ost are the new Red that's
M D sn In i s survived by his wldow p he expected to go before a against Foormosa a .nd theat-
and two sonsd. b i d plenary session of the U N. As-' taGd tQn o-


GR A o. Al iu a t sonas.l -semblyto present the postpone-
i The iony la e ea thact mental e and personally lead Dulles will store w that his pro-






*aircraft show which ends toda R.mer than eer, iui view of the church aR well aChinas members whoip
I- SAU onv event wine L :new .tod n t .h Or Nations In favor10 thave best odelf this year debut nho
Knight "homean the U 8 position Is ex-
KJniht.:adeh indrt.dWiia obf-ragainstr and two abstentions pected to change there attend.
20 sfev2nlt.Wll a IDlswller Dli ill base his angu The United States n believes the
.ofThelsa. onia _lateamInte,'. mentagainst the Reds on thesAssemblysodel, ht
i6 au. The seondof plae team I nthe ,l fact that they have prevented Assmb ss de th th
O f s e Alison event consisted of Capt. c d ee n t I ihonelyear at a timeof-
Thomas H. Forythe of Chariot- Krateag thressioneInI
li"sted t oe, N. C. and Prank L. oahofromdoteda resdAmeicaand in _________ood_____
'Levfr.Wop.i N. Le' t .i Their time forAl'li edp prisoners during the :Bethel Church
of climb w.,,214. Keu ea o W ar, stil lhold Amer-
%N O W.re a IP.'P, r am co m m a nder of aanse to rel r ison .e s And o ll s ap e c i ol
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Exper Aizoua Cbob

Never s Tired

Of Preparing Food
(Editor note ls another
of a weekly series en American
cooking home-style, featuring in-
terviews with good cooks from
Maine to California.)
By sHERB SUBET T


PHOENIX (UP) Mrs. Doris
Burgos, a descendant of a pioneer
Arizona family.-coimes from a long
line of goo d cooks, and is contnu
ing the culinary tradition.
Mrs. Burgos s constantly in de-
mand in the Salt River Valley to
cook for resort parties and private
Gatherings. But she still finds the
time to prepare lavish meals for
her Mexican-born husband. Carlos,
and their three children, aged 19,
UL and 4.
"I sometimes cook all day and
art of the ht, and I never get
tired of it," s e said.
Mrs. Burgos attributes part of
her interest in cooking tohe fae
ha she is always trying new reci-
pes, or variations on dishes she
alreatbal knows how to prepare.
Whenever he takes a trip, or via-
4ts friends, she watches for some
thing new.
If a new dish doesn't turn out
quite right when se tries it she
simply changes it around, adding
or subtracting, until. it suits her
fancy. The result is a collection dof
recipes, gathered from all over the
Southwest and Mexico.
Many of her beat di.she come
from the tat t of d maJove MeK c
where her husband wa rn.
She says pm of her family and
party faVolt es .&echtlaas do
polio con crema (cM em emmhill
das with cream saue). WhA yMo
bite into it, you firt get a & ting
taste of the avocado cream sauce
on top. Then you tase, in suces-
sion. the heavy subtlety of eolive
a tang of cheese, eanehin suash,
onion, the suecuiet r tortilla,
and finally, throu t aIl th. m
midly- hot flavor W 0 ml dW
sauce. .I
Here is her repe. wich make
24 enchiladas, malgh for a small
party gatberhlee or ao" a fmily
with big. appetites:
Put a UitUe ell or shortenlg Ia
a pan, hoseat and add I or'l ea.
spoons of four and s- t ul
ly. Add 2 eo e a psao red eas
sauce and seam wtKh salt to tist
after it OleWNo a It"e.
In another f Pan C=40
and heat. D0 p.M2eet orU
(avalaWe rea.-msad at IOgeo
hotft4 B=

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MORRISON 4U- 01. July Ave J S
FOTO DOMY
julo Aroaeasia Ave and 33 St.
LOURDE8 PHIARMACI
112 La Cail.t.QUilia


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employee of the Panama sCanal
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Utljm ad.4f Quemoy hve
ca=ame. i o. the U. 8. 7rh
Fleet to pt out to sea to watch
the situation.
Neveihessa, the incident caus-
ed grave concern in the Pentagon.
Admn. Robert B. Carney, chief
of naval operations, put ini an un-
usual Sunday appearance, in his
Pentagon office to get latest re-
ports.
A Navy spokesman said. the
Neptune bomber, a two-engined
plane used chiefly for long-rang
reconnalaance, was on a routine
patrol when It was attacked and
forced dos by the Jet planes.
lHe said'ohe attacking planes ap-
parently were of the Soviet MIG
15 type.
Navy ofecials said the Neptune
hit the sea at 6:18 p.m. Satur-
day night and the survivors were
picked up at dawn by four Grum-
man Albatross amphibian sea res-
cue planes from units based In
Japan.
The nine men, all apparently un-
harmed were taken to Ja p a n
where they gave their story to Na-
vy officials.
As told by the survivors, their
plane was flying a "milk run"
routine flight at about 8.500 feet?
n a course roughly parallel to the
Siberian mainland some 44 miles
off-shore when tracer b u I. eet s
came toward them "out of the
They aw the tracers before
i they saw the first Jet attacker
n. cha made ue pass at thea
,d,. caused no damage. The see-
nd Jet cam from "6 o'clock
below astern and from beneath"
and the Neptune dived toward
toe water, skimminsig the waves
at about 40 feet in an effort to
avoid being hit.
But according to the Navy, the
*.at m jeit hit the patrol bomber
In the wings. Both jets left after
rieaKin one pass each.
bhortly after tney ieu fire broke
out m tae rxseptune and it had to
be ditched.
ime musing ensign was believ-
ed trapped in the navigation com-
partment when the plane sank.
The rest all got safely aboard life
rafts.
The crew of the Neptune, which
Is from Patrol Squadron 19 based
at Atsugi, Japan, radioed back toI
their base wnen they first came
under attack &nd then were si.
lent. Nevertheless air-sea rescue u-
nits were alerted at once. a
The survivors said the attack-
ing jets appeared to be Mig-ISs;
but they spotted no makings and
were unable to establish positive
Identify. They said after making
the passes, tne two planes disap-
peared in the direction of the Si-
berian mainland.
The latest incident bears a mark-
ed resemblance to a 1951 incident
involving this country and Russia.
At that time a Neptune patrol
bomber, also with 10 men aboard,
was shot down by Soviety fight
era over the same Sea of Japan.


then operating under the united
Nations Commaned in Korea, was
no closer than 40 miles to Russia.
This government filed a protest
with the U.N. secretary-general
but did not protest to Russia.
Other U. S. planes were shot
down or attacked over Europe
and the Pacific during nearly four
years of cold war.
The latest incident makes a
total of at least six U. S. planes
shot down by Russian and So.
viet satellite notion planes, with
oss of about 45 armea,
American planes have shot down
three Russian planes believed tol
have been carrying 23 persons.
The Navy listed the survivors
as: Cmdr. John Booth Wayne, pi-
lot- wife, Catherine, Alamdeda,
Calif.
Ensign John Charles Fisher,
whose father, Lloyd F. Fisher,
lives at Alcatra.l Calif.
Aviation Machinist Mate UWil-
liam Albert Bedard, whose moth-
er, Mrs. Orize Amanda Bedard,
lives at Worchester Mass.
Aviation Electroncls Machinist
Mate 3cC. Frank Edgar Petty,'
whose mother, Mrs. O. Gi. Herferd,
lives at Austin, Te,.
Aviation Electronics Technician I
Anthony Peter Granera, whoseJ
mother, Mrs. Mary Grpaera, livesi
at San Francisco.
Aviation glectroniks Technlciknbi
3.C. Texas Red Stone, whose fath-I
er Albert Deradge Stone,. lives at[
shief Aviation Machinist Mate
Paul Rodge Mulholem, whose
wie Mr. Marietta Mulbollem.
lives at Alameda, Calif.
Aviation Ordnance Man I als
Pinkevich, whose wife, Mary Hts-
ter Pinkevich, lives at San Lean-
dro Calif.
Aviation Eleetronlics ".echniclanf
I.C David Allen Atwell. whoset
wle C Margaret Atwell, lives atl

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"Um.Mrs. WGe %Winde, Mr. and
Mr.. ars M.1:0 PER1 ml1 II Ii
qat Do*" ol .birth ofa Zlt Blumber R and 3r 1.Gat=r Civc Theater has Cho
their chd- teratGeorge A. S Mr. -W o.a. "Yo Can'u t Take It With
9 .- . ucomb, t Mr. ews Mr. ow, '' Upl~ v e s; tJy.., UYri'O tM (EA) .- kThe know whether the thin star ang
0. named Dbora- Jobn Nitteluso, Mr. .arla. 0ema, fl rt. rd Gio 8 AU1.: L Parad: A recnt',thriller, br- r hteno.
S mother is the former an, Miss Elida urllo and Miss man, for their- next rodUctlu "M, at Large," took Anne "MT me," the Pope mad to
ispenr.o Paker. lUey. to be staged in the rund. The eroft and oI tnd ml s b ~I u -
gr renta of a y was awarded the Pulit dresse dr ed as a gorl a Loan natra i pe to
e M r and Mr ... for 1o ., *36.. EAe VaOCA., a~ameuant park. have answered cas "things
araof i.lboa* peter Ju as the director instructed Olea Rlvetr,''C! san
ial arep ar. and Tryots wi ll be hld on tetur- bar Ike. tt tol l' t Ant dob 'oTa Birth of the luAes.
bMrs. O Seott of Gamboa. daey, -setember:. 11 14 at 7:30 s tf w e Fole oet sailors uail
p~m.on the second loor of the &l =rbohout int ACTo R ON WARNBRS ,,The
i ~ na.-D.e Backn_ a fl S teres oa a an o ea~ rmag ad tit at the vr aeolv tcc" st were gien a
rP, oderami oDihector of S e emnda, pta mber 12, 19M at It bto ather during the revision of p
Point 4 activtie in Paasma, is :00 pm. at the rangers Cl ub -a lnk, don't look now," scOdpq involving ancient Christians
oback tomorrow after an in Colon, Republc of Panama. excaimed one of the gobs, "but Ian ebre. When the nM di.
TCnded vacation.. Anyonit~.t.,e an amateur here ome s the adeir l with a log was ready,.the actors plawas
_" servedr.ed '-New-- me r /,aM e ettie icl, pys. si vie ton at a rd* \ IlB tericf bhpette." members o.f both faitbss eswere m I t
AtThe Lals GrpTher Ifcult of..went op facing each other and w h a di w ,
/ .r.. p caste o I w a d odOf t nty characters From Euro.Ri comes a Frank arectL X t rig Eanor re er, Rise Stevene C Blanche
ftaft W406-recontideath (Junta FeienadedBe4efiyn- Includes Martin Vanderhof head Sinatr yam k Suddenly -Jose o N wc
@f ei Of 11 t i 0%t) whll wholdU meeting of amo st unique vin.H at Yorkstale- acr 0hw o sPi a st i VOCAL EXPORTS: Left to right, Enor n trss Hle Ptevreo. Yos as, e ait h lw
usual reception held at tht razl. O at 7:30 pm t Pa i n elel gentleman who ba Plus. a venera e Hebr e, pipd p:
Ian mbasy on Septa. 7 t omor. Clubb= o Ate members are re- his own definte lsde of how to When His Holines received No fa i, you're t r l the NEW YORK vOpera singers was born in South America butlU.S. government re uest to ow .
SL observatL a i ft ounois- quw to attnd. live and n ave fun In the process. natra at the Vatican, he deid LMNS to the r tariMas!' used to be something Americap trained in the U.8., opened both set Communist cultural prol
row, a dbsrrvatimon the coun*" G randpa vanderho made his that it would be interesting to Imported from Europe. Now we the Bayreuth and Holland festi-ganda.
t. C-layte N-O Wives fortune twenty years sago ad Dan Duryea was handed a script are exporting them, and Amerl- vals this summer for the second And in England, the e
b eMl. .. .Meet Tomorrow hasn't worked a day since. 8I by his agent with the news that can prima onnas and operatic time. In Europe, the role of Mararet Harshaw had revv
' te Moa bridge g aubm The Ft Clayton NCO Wives -I B se wa a great sympathet icheroes are creating a big de-"Othello" has bome almost hisfore e e
wi played this evening at the Club will have their regular meet- His household includes Mr. De NrvaBDase part for Dan. mand for their ta ents on thebex lusive domain.Oe hab ce ai Butt t ie entire
a Servi Center t 7:30 ig tomorrow 7:30 .m on theinna,an ice man tued fire "You mean I'm not a killer, and other side of the ocean. Another tenor, Ameran-born once, ut twice. Until
an t the Tivioli Guest House at second floor of he Clayton works manufacture; Penny y- Iive through the film?" said Dan. This reversal stems fromEugene Conley, was one of the years ago Miss Ha w
RJ'*.. .--+ NCO Club. Refreshmentswile camorea wter of melodrama- a "Well, ot exactly," was theWord War I, when American- original vocal exports five years ben sinin secondary a J
"t .. MS -- -- served. New mhnembers-are invited, p la st ie..wife of 4,_ a ral J agent's. reply. "You are a h er born and trained sin ers got ago. Another pioneer was sopr soprano roles here until
Forse Fh octeW i v es ,b other dif icult student of b ballet, ad you de. their big chance with opera no Lly Windsor, one of the firstdecded for herself she was rea
e' ters ad Docto, ee e WveesClO who. makes candy on the d4e; 'Then how can it be sympa- managers because imported tal- Americans in years to receive a ly a drama soprano..
ax- Mrs. Irrn Aenter. musician and prl ter e! A S Wdrd Wimaa .ent was out off. After the war,- season's contract from the Rome Said one anonymous star, bac
Sa MCeln r t hi l. eenc the Albrookodds and ends, who does not nec- I That beauty it," aid Europe began to cock an ear at Opera House. from the export ct:
There wlbe meet of the ly understand verythi t. ou die from ver America's operatic vocal cods. Long-tresed Blanche Thebom This has finally gven us
n w Doctors' Wives Club on Wednes he ns; Rhebs the maid; eating. This ear, operatically speaking, who won great success t the opportunity to y the kin
wee s u w day at 12:30 p.m. at Albrook AFB. Paul, nny's usbad andan1 By NORMAN 0 TL t MILLE tellsny Amerca was in full voice abroad Vienna Music Festival this year.o t ones we woun otherWla hate,
enrote to San Francisco fo an Thomas Barrett of the Panama inventor of fireworks; and .Alice, one on himself. Q The Metro politans blonde stopped off first in Iceland ae no char e to do here.
extend va on. Canal staff'ill shoi a fil of ~Peany'' daughter, who strange Unid1 a, ...s tParamount mae-. glamor girl, Eleanor Steber,
.. i r E. rtertoa. a mode as idt may .em rthis house, MAR Iw al op lhanhad shown him aesbrought a western touch to It.. .. ... al
Mf- ... S a te r 't e e l d t th narSsf a H fo(P)-o ed made or Cth leton He b ton we he n the t oebc
Asked to cal Mrs. F. G. Council people who might just as well at the reactionn D .na b tiandments." And ive times. n a nPuccinis Girl of the of. M-
a.t : li tapubtu afn atBo the f0irs e s c M whoe "meticulousnessh Ia Oolden West" at the Florence
S Kolenkhov, adynwaic Rus. at what inowt shop aer if okienete ex ns rejeted tsem .usicFestival.
Csttan ballet mas.r. t hand Donald. nste then Pape ifi Codts aer Thnicolor tester very suc. ee
r ani'aio o Rhhbtand b oliena whoualtr rd ins oft haucioprdr a ,h was rerived becauseeY+
S amosMxeddWeekd c w i reas h yad "Try again," said DeMille, "and ear o the
r mher lnsethe9bRheba'sgfiedwhmh beY deots eandild ing.tow Mare ingIt to me anytime you thinkreiv eba ue
qmer The Caal Zone College Club has been on relief for years. Isa.nd's v tat p t, i S o a festival msnago r were convinced
pnwlhold tit' first meeting for te n r y e i hes bWl r h oempi ed me- oMisteria wae rttehe be-
W=a M ad paho t lf =a=H st~m A coupleofinays latherthesesi.mak e! colderInced
a:o a d o n wh wh e 4.othi v pup rman reded officer loper cls w -bas th g.e s e ves
t .. tr r ~. h enhungup dismayed. A new j or he med L.or and i /:
i- W .. em, anad A@I .' oftnghaveshoedInto 'beard was ready but DeMiUe w ss Ce,"e Zn'kiss
usTh tehe um viOROsit? it s r a noobscuriyeoledu ut of town. Turnn t o ah feow t oema n the hs fto be s rsm an ry
MaSI ta, the untimely vrs t % tle Van der- the blacksmith's hammer and an worker in the make-up depart- of Italian. opera.'
S ee d hof me and Kirby, vi Bn srruts ed Ylin the "master" of this meat, tae exasperated artist' i. Europe was not surprised, since
S a Mring wh will follow. A cordial who raise 10000 orchid bulbs shop there is personfled the b plaomined: a year ago Miss Steber became
SJaMnS IsOlin ivitation attend this meeting and believe in spiritualim re- Ing of the gap bietween.horIs-a the first American-born opera
i.s extended to all members and spectively. It al start with a buggy days and the 60Wl ge. "DeMille's gone for the weekend star In 50years to open the
hers amd their ladles pes- prospective members. fight between Boris KolenkhoY Irving, H. Whitthome, rudey- to Paradise which, unfortunately, Wagner festival in Bayreuth, Fnd
Wi a nth fe arsanda it the Is only.the name of his ranch." was compared by Vienna critics
o, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ho-A t 11 the whole dinner piity being mas;terv ru e & and. c c primitha EVOR SHEE Com~pldted her to Maria Jerltza and Lotte Leh-
-,a Mr.bynd h M Meets l"olmt Whthrownijlel m mt no hopes, we
ad Mr. Mrs. Jhn eMoyers, M Color-ide rl m will be the Nof ware d His ry is that staying rcle in "Therea No Busi. man.
a dMrs..PHendoMr de cr ci w Uof the "master" tradition keptessLk Show Busineds," Ethel One of this year's top vocal ex.
r anenkins, Mr.and order the evening when the Several other characters lieat 25 naval shipyards in Merman decided to send her ports was the Met's Rise Stcvens,
-W, Wiahm Harde, Mr. and Atlantic Camera Club meets at age to squeeze through the door Invaluable knowhow ainedbY youngsters to New York for a va- who became the toast of Milan,
,i's. Hrank Cortelloni, Mr. and Mt. Hope at 7:30. Julia McKenzie o1 this not quite normal house years f service, by, pri einwor cation with their father. Italy, when she sang, acted and
.W6dro* Dilan, Mr. and will demonstrate how to doctor to round outthe .comedy, do- andIbyi alleianceto a At t/hle airport nine-year-old danced her way through the ti-
r. William Bright, Mr. and slides with water colors, filters, signed for a laugh miiu ad slonT serve fleett" thl, who doesn't fare well in te role of The Devils Daugh-
Syetcetera.rIateveryaother t itorne started work in Shop planes, began to turn shades of ter" at the famed La Scala. it
I the56 just 47 years ago. He followed green dt the sight of the big air was the first time an Americat-
aReliefFt.AmradorOfficersWClub, Colon-, Republte his father, who passed an theis- taking off. While' -yearold born star had ever created the
Meet OnWednesday of Panama, the last week of Oc- learning gained in 55 years of s -Rort smirked at his sister'sis-World-pemere of an Italian
FsTwK wlhe n. Amave aOfficers Wires tober. emienthemployment.'Between cfortEthelattempted to cheer oper n orV y
Clubwilhae a bingo lungheo Wthem, their services is just two up the girl Met tenor Ramon Vinay, who
.'at the Army & Navy Club on years more thn te t. 100 years of ,_______,,______orsn_
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. the life of Mare Island naval base -"r
MeetsslnhrsdytThedWarnnbgtwhich is being celebrsld Sept.
'h WMeetsm y"hen I came into Sh op 56, we
S -moshakm The calrd group of the Balboa were stillshoeing horses he said.
on zooams. Women's Club will meet Thurs- "Now we are deep in e electronics,
a lros me rdlatlai'- day at the Wir Memorail at 12 in rubber ,manufadcturing, in teh.
lef fr i of'bet rash noon.r logical changes. We chang with"
5. WiM' ut md Hostesses for the day are thecthenies.Ever shang y
Pmhh now IsMesdames Columbia Relmanp, ote am, toi ebettvreerim s toe rhaonb Fodn
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S NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UP) Only two of the ( Outfielder J au b
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Treatest collapses in'baseball history can keep the in the Clan c Lonhora e Tr
:hLeague establisheda ,. n KobewTries
S leveland Indians and New York Giants out of the Leu established noa new
W.Vorld Series-because today they reach the Labor yesterday when he bit his 79th. .
Day milestone with first-place leads which have t an broke te reo Series W i
failed to stand up just once in the last 15 years. season in the first of a double-
header against Artesia.
The Indians opened up a 4 fusing to believe the mathemati- The earlier mark of S9, was '
ame margin In the American clans have the ri ht dope on the held jointly by Joe Hauser of n I A
eue yesterday when thy races, stretch their w ngMinneapolis in the Class AAA
* beat the Chicago White Sox, 8-2, streak to seven games and'MsovedI American Associaton and Bob ,
S while the New York Yankees within five games of the Glants Crues of Amarillo in the Clas
bowed to the Washington ena- with an 11-8 and 9-7 sweep of C West Texas-New Mexico Fort Kobbe will be out to even
tors, 5-4, and the Giants retain- the Cincinnati Reolegs. Jack League. up the Caribbean Armed Forces
ed- a four-game grip on firstDttmer broke a 6-6 ti with a The 34-year-old Baoman Basketball Tournament tonight
place i the National League de-two-run seventh-inning homer says he's not interested In with Camp Tortuguero, after he
pite a 7-4 loss to the Brooklyn in the opener and also hit a two- playing in the majors and will Tortuguero Turtles nipped the
Ipdgers. The Indians have 18 run round-tripper during a continue to play In Texas for Lfeliners in the opener Satur-
games left to play and the 01- seven-run Milwaukee rally in a year or two more. day by a 76-17 count before a
ants have 91. the seventh inning of the night- -capacity crowd In the Kobbe
The 1951 Dodgers were the on- cap. gym.
ly team in the last 15 years IrdY oth Game time for the second of
homered In each game and n ternatio althree-out-of-flve- series
Which held a similar margin on Ted Kluszewski of the Rtdle.Igs n riilUa the best three-out-otiv- series
Labor Da y but lost the pennant. homered in each game and now is 7:30 in the Fort Kobbe gym.
They led he Giants by six games leads the majors with 44 homers the oninbattleSaturday
1 6.951 only to lose the f.ag In and 119 runs batted in. Ed Mat- | I. 2n l night, diminutive those, nares,
i storic three-game playoff. hews also hit two homers and Ii tu ll s night, e of Puerto Rico's p basket
of the 29 other Labor Day Wally Post, Gus Bell, Joe Adcock T |ball stars, paued the Cam Tor-
S ars of the last 15 years algo and Del Crandall weighed in -- tbauero Turtles to an u 78-
pennants but none held as with one each during the dou- t. 73 victory over Fort obbe
S a lead as the current Indians! bleheader. Warren Spahn, ka- Teams W L .'Lnareshitor 31 points as the
an Giants. yoed by the Redlegs in the open- Toronto 92 55 ,8 6 Linareshmpiops roared from
s Al ... er, came back In relief to win Montreal 83 61 .57 Antl in the fonl quarter of
Bobby Avila smashed four hts his 10th straight game and 18th Rochester 83 62 .572 Trbehin in th. 55 il th eiht
and Vi Wertz blasted a two-run of the ear in the second game. Havana 73 75 .493 play.usrailing.61- th defend
hoer and a tple to lead the. Six homers, including one by Syracuse 70 74 .486 minuCte rbbeantleheldefr ought
Indians to the, 97th victory of Ted Williams and two by Jackle Buffalo 67 77 .485 Ing Ca hard-ib antle-older f hty.
the season. Ray Narleski picked Jensen, sparked the Boston Red Richmond 58 90 .392 ba"k for a ar-e'wa superb vict
,his third win behind Cleve- Sox to 12-5 and 7-3 victories Ottawa 57 89 .390 Litle itt"ing for su1 his
's 10-hit attack out needed over the Phildelphia A's and --- poity in thesecnd hlf of the
a Newhouser's help In the last Dick Kryhoski's ninth Inning contest, 15 eomin l in Ortugue-
o innings. Avila's four hits single gave the Baltimore Orioles YESTERDAY'S RESULTS contest. coming ino r Linares
aoed his batting average to a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tlgerb ros ourm.-,,,_rll.__-.--e
34 compared to New York ot- in the other A.L. games. (Frst Game) aI *
t .Irv Noren's league-leac- Ottawa 013 000 000-4 8 1| C
32 mark. BillyPierce 3ul- Rookie Brooks Lawrence won Buffalo 000 103 o x-5 8 1 a 3
his 10th loss for the White his 12th game as the at. Louis Ditmar and Watllngton. Lary M
Cardinalsbeat the Chicago Cubs, I and Ryan, Lakeman (3). HR -
S Manager Bucky Harris return- 6-2, and the Philadelphia Phil-; Geer.t.
d the axe the Yankees buried in lies downed the Pittsburgh P- i- -l
back in 1948 when his grnb- rates, 12-5, in other NL gmes. (Second Game, 7 Inninn) l O L e k O U
b Senators ambushed the, Ottawa 300 000 0 -3 2
*-,rdh champions for the second Buffalo 001 102 x-4 5 0---
*-ie In less than 24 hours. Har- YESTERDAY'S STAR-Jack Van Brabant, Haag (4) and ... ANN
t", fired when the- Yalees ;ost Dittmer, whose clutch homers Plumbo. K. Johnson. Harrist (2), FINAL STANDINGS
the 1948 flag, employed Bob For- In each game, led the Milwau- M. Johnson (7), Erickson (7)
terfield in relief for the firit kee Braves to 11-8 and 9-17 tri- and Lakeran. WP Harrist. LP Teams W L Pet.
time tisseason and it paid off eumphs over the Chl nni I- Haag. HR Hitchcock, Lo- Nor e 12 .57
when Ed Yost's ninth-innin Redlel. pez.C Ca vieja 11 4 .733
single delivered Eddie Fitzgerald Rees. p e Special Troops 9 5 .643
r second base with the win- Toronto 120 030 000-6 9 0 Navy Com ta 6 8 .429
1run *- r' rlrie Rnrhester 400 001 000-5 9 1 Oflcina Modern 3 10 .284
heo Yankees, tied the score A* '-' Blake and Griffin. Stathos, Albrook Flyer 114 .007
.in the .top of the ninth on a By UNITED PRESS Blaylock (2), Markell (5). Lud- -
SIrmqer. by G McDobnad but -- wig (6), Jacobs (8) and Bur-
igeld Opened Washing-. birinn. LP Blaylock. HR PRESENTATION GAME
Sh of ae frame itha The .atewarkds at .Del Mar, Burgess, Jethroe.
S eds 1 latoe rig Califorma have sspeded jockey Tomorrow. Noere v, Ottna
t aso ny'Y tbMw Foerrolt Zuelt for'so-ealled "Im- Ravana 000 002 010-3 9 2 Modera
out ROe. ever. Tbsa, Y0t proir .conduct." The stewards Richmtond 000 00000-0 11 0 .... o
came through to give Porter- --who do not expalln what they Raffenstrbter andNoble. Nar- The 19Meaon ofMe _'h I -
fied his 13th win of the cam- mean by "Improper conduct" della, Helntselman (8) and ca enior Softball League comes
ta wana is a choice tid- also have recommended the Johnson. LP -,- Nardella. to an end tomorrow at 5 p.
i for bls memory book. California racing board revoke when Norge, chamPl ns,an "0-
-- Pdres and Carl Er- Zufelt's license. IFtrst Game) ficina.Moderna tangle in a spe-
*kne helA the Giants to seven Syracuse 010 100 000-2 10 0 clal tilt.
hit, enablintr the Dodgers to Tennis promoter O e o r g e Montreal 010 200 00x-3 6 3 Norge showed around power
salvage the third game of their Rogers has lined up professionals Williams. Loventuth (4), Zink- in copping the pennant. In sec-
important series and hand 20- Pancho Gonzales and Pancho er (6) and Lonnett. Lehmpn and ond place is Larry Chance's Car-
ga winner Johnny Antonelli Segura for a match today in Los owell. LP Williams. HR ta Vieja.
South loss. The Dodgers went Angeles. The prize will be five- Nelson. Awards will be presented at 5
ahiad, S-1, in the fifth inning thousand dollars winner take p.m.. tomorrow to te following:
on- Don Hoak's triple, Podres all. Second Game, 8 Innins) Norge--champion.
Wsacrfie fly and Junior Ollaniam' The Chicago White Sox have Syracuse 000 non 30-3 A 2 Carta Vieja-runner-up.
homer and were never headed acquired infielder Jack Phillips Montreal 100 002 01-4 5 3 C. Jansen (CV)-b a t t I I n g
although the Glant4 rallied for from Hollywood the of the Pa- Meyer, Tully (5), Lovenauth champion..
thrte runs in the eighth. Inning. cific Coast League. The 31-year- (7) and Lonnett. Harris, Hood R. Lynch (Norge-pitc h I n g
Bank Thompson homered for the old Phillips -- who'll report next 1 (7), Roebuck (8) and Howell.WP champion. .
Giants. spring is hitting .307 and has pobuck. LP Lovenguth. Felipe Malcolm-h om e r u n
Tbe Milwaukee Braves, still re- 88 runs batted in. HR Nelson, Clements. king.
----" ---- '- "- II


OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1852, Sunday, September 5, 1954
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" &S "B" of 22 pieces each.


Firsf Prize 6037

Second Prize 8949

Third Prize 3772


$ 44,000.00

$ 13,200.00

$ 6,600.00


so. P rim No prI s N Prim s Pm No. Pr No. PriM MiP. s No. PI Pa .
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0137 132.N US? 133.00 2i27 132.6 323T 132. 4137 132.W a7 132. I27 1. 723712 11I.M 8121 132.0 lT3 7 132.0
6I= 1321. 123371 13 2231 132.W 3a2? 1t32. 423? 13s2.0 5 1 2 3 7 S. 03 1322.. 7337 132.W 53? 132.6 3237 132.*
37 132.A 1537 132M. 2537 132.$* 333 13S.S0 4137 132,W S13T 132.0 132.0 737 132.0 S 537 132.6 7 132."
OW7 132. 1437 1.127 243? 132.2 ST3437 7 1 4437 1232222.60 6437 132.60 7437 122.0 03 132.0 37 132n.
6M 13? -.44 1737 132.60 2737 132.6 737 InI." 4737 132.06 717 132.6 0131 132.60 7737 132.6V 3737 132.60 737 132.
I M 7 I 1837 132. 2137 132.0 3637 132.6 41837 s132. 5837 132.011 I 132. 7137 132.- 8637 13". 3S6. 132. I
6 3 1- 7 12,. 27 132.- S-3 132.6 437? 132.0 137 132. 1 0 M7 132.60 73 122.0 37 13.1 T 132.0.

Approximations Derived From First Prize

ms 4" .40."6an3 44I" 0nu s44&n06M6"M1 W" M oa &seeWUsU.4 "4. 40.6
A M. | 440. 662 446.- | 634 44.60 I 6M0 446. | 1 3 44o0.66 I 6041 66. 4 3 44.0 N648 446.

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

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1M .- StW 804 116 234 4O 11T 0 .0 H M M II16 M 0 110.66 Ill." 116 I.6 M 1106
Approximtions Derived From Third Priz

MM I 5I I I an I" I M 1367I1 IS- 7 M7 I3MM 12 .0I2


Pisem-wlnning NMbms. t yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: First, Second and Third in Panama.
SThe Ntie W meA wl tie-to eadag Ia 7 a= *et included to the above 0 win Fty-for Dellars (44A.*) eaeh.
S*b wfole ticket s m 44 2eces which comprises the two serim -A" and "B"

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Cod. 47-12155
The Repreaentative Of The Treasury RICARDO A. MLENDB
Francisco L6pe. O. M& 47-110i8 ALBITO J. BARBALWL PABO A. PIN. M,
Manuel 8. Ganeri~a M I L W -.14010 Notary Puble. Panama secretary


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do Gallops To Easy


uan Franco Feature __


To Even Up


Tortuguero


liner CGym

tie4 the score at 73-73 with 1:19
remaining by sinking a free
throw, and added two more
charity tosses with 58 seconds
to play to sew up the win.
W lis Jhnsom added the final
point of the ngt as hb.and LU-
Sares effectively 'in the
41 How McCilauen sparked
the 14fliners, who led most of
the way. The Kobbe captain
tamled 25 points, but failed to
score in the fatal fourth quarter.
Ld Nickles followed I# the scor-
ing column .with 22 points for1
the losers, 12 of them coming in
the final: period of play.
High-scoring Ken Rbbins, aceI
Tortuguero center and team
captain, .was .hampered by four
SPersonal fouls early in the game,
ut ended. up with 13 points for
the winners. Johnson accounted
for 15, and big Kevin Duggan
hadl 11.
Kobbe's height adva n t a g e
helped them out in the rebound
department, ,with McCallen. and
Don Fuc6s, 6 6" Lifeliher center,
I rabbing 12 and 10 stray shots
ff the boards respectively. Dug-
Ian and Johnson each snared
eight rounds to lead the vic-2
tors in that department.
After tonight's second game of
the tournament, both teams rest
tomorrow to prepare for the
third' battle coming up on
Wednesday. Should the fourth
and fifth games be necessary,
they will be played Friday and
Saturday. All games will be play-
ed in the Fort Kobbe gym start-
ing 'at 1:30. CFN will beginI
broadcasts. of all games at 7:15.
CAMP TORTUGUERO (76)'


Player -
Haas, f
Duggan, f
Robbins,


Dawson
Hope,
Totals


Player
McCall
Fuchs.
Plersm
Gates,
Nickle4
Colemm
Mitche
Tots
Scon
C. Tor
Fort K


FOG FTA-it PF TP
3 0- 0 0 6
3 5- 0 11
-. 3- 3- 4 13


0 0- 0 0 0
0 0- 1 0 0
28 '- 3 13' 76


FORT KOBBE (73)
FG FT-FTA PF TP
len, f 9 7- 9 1 25
f 3 2- 4 1 8
c 5 0- 1 1 10
2a, g 2 0- 0 2 4
g 1 2- 2 3 4
S4- 7 4 22
in 0 0- 0 3 0
ell 0 0- 0 0 0
l 29 15- S22 15 73
e by quarters:
rtuuiero 21 37 52 76


;obbe 19


59 73[


Field goals attempted: Camp
Tortuguero 78, Fort Kobbe 67.
Rebounds: Camp Tortuguero
30, Fort Kobbe 37.
Referees: Roger Willams and
Larry Chance.

Toronto Can Clinch

I. L. Pennant Today

With 2 Vicltories
NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UP) -
The Toronto Maple Leafs may
clinch their first International
League pennant in 11 years by
sweeping today's doubleheader
against the Rochester Red
Wings.
Any combination of Toronto
victories and Montreal Royali
defeats today adding up to
'two" wW clinched the flag for
the Leafs. the Royals, who
took over second plae by
sweeping a twin bil yesterday
from Syracume, today 'fae Ot-
tawa in anotor doubleheader.
The Leafs moved closer to the
pennant by winning a single
game from Rochester yesterday,
6-5, behind the steady nine-hit
pitching of Eddie Blake. The loss
dropped the Red Wings into
third place. Sam Jethroe of the
Leafs and Tom Burgess of the
Wings hit homers.
Montreal, meanwhile, whipped
Syracuse, 3-2, in their nine-in-
ning as lefty Ken Lehman scat-
tered 10 hits for his 17th victory.
Then Bob Clemente's extra-in-
ning homer gave the Royals the
nightcap In eight innings, 4-3.
SThe Buffalo Bisons swept a
double-header from Ottawa,
5-4 mad 4-3, while Havana shut
eat Richmond, 3 in a single
contest.
Frank Lary itchedan t-
hit ball for Buffaloin the n -
Inning opener as Dick Gernert
led hs support with a homer.
Billy Htchcock's.two-run homer
ln the sixth inning gave the.B-
so the se cond game, sevenn-
ning win.
Veteran lefty Ken Raffenaber-
er .pitched the shutout .for Ha-
vana, although be allowed 11U

I


Mrs. Arardln Jimenes' Vul-
canlzado yesterday afternoon
raced to easy 8th leMth victory
at the Juan Franco race track
in the featured $650 Class "C"
seven furlong dash,.
Jockey Aurello Mena got the
usually slow-starting four-year-
old chesnut son'of Quearrop-
Bahama off to a good start and
hushed him along within striking
distance of pacesetting Vedette
and Red Ebor.
Three furlongs out Vulcanize-
do moved to the leader and shot
past Vedette at the mile post.
He increased his margin steadily
down the homestretch and
flashed under 'the wire fully
eight lengths on top.
J'aqulas came up In the
stretch to grab second place
from the faltering Vedette. Thel
other starters mutuels choice
Goyonder, and heavily backed
Noveno, were never prominent.
Blas Aguirre was, the day's
saddle star with three victories.
He scored with La Enea, Royal
Signal And Charlier.
The day's only big upset came
in the seventh race when Turf
Lodge came through with one of
his now frequent form reversals
at win odds of $43 per ducat.
Turf Lodge coupled with sixth
race winner 'Royal Signal for 4
doubles combination that re-
turned $183.60 per ticket.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1-Prestigio $10.20, 4.20, 2.80
2-Pincel $2.80, 2.20
3-Wild Justice $2.60.
SECOND RACE
1-Yiito $6.40, 2.60, 2.20
2-Golden Fan $2.40, 2.20
3-Don Jaime $4.
First Double: (Prestigio-Yo-
sikito) :$31.609.
THIRD RACE
1-Don Goyo $4.80, 2.40, 2.20
2-Chepanita $2.20, 2.20
3-Golden Bound $2.20.
One-Two: (Don Goyo-Che-
panita) $8.80. .
I FOURTH RACE
1-Proton $5. 2:80, 2.40
2-Golden Glass $5.20, 2.80
3-Marfll $7.60.
Quiniela: (Proton Golden
Glass) $980.
FIFTH RACE
1-La Enea $3.40, 2.60
2-Merza Matru $9.20.
SIXTH RACK .


a-- MORE= n-
SuE.. NTHi RACE
1-Turf Lddge $43, 21.80, 6
2-BSnn Felner $9, 5.20
3-Don Cut $4.
Second Duoble: (Royal Sign-
al-Turf Lodge) $183.66.
EIGHTH RACE
1-Flambaro $9.60, 4.40, 3.40
2-Sweet Windsor $5.60, 2.80
3-Lot O"Trouble $2.40.
Quiniela: (Flambaro-Sweet
Windsor) $43.20.
NINTH RACE
1-Vulcanizado $8.60, 4.80, 2.80
2--Jaqulmazo $12.80, 5.80
3-Vedette $2.60.
One-Two: (Vuleaniado-Ja-
quimaso) $105.00.
TENTH RACE
1-Charlier $8.20, 3.60, 2.60
2-Remero $3.40, 2.40
3-Dixlprincess 43.40.
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Liberia $10.20 8.40
2-Tomasito $2.26.

Major League

Leading letters
By UNITED PRESS
(Based on 3S5 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club AB H Pet.
Snider, Brooklyn 511 17 .348
Mays, New York 42 1M 41
Musial, St. Louis 5l 115 33X
Mueller, New York 539 179 .33i
Klussewski, CineL 513 189 .39

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Nore, N.Y. 33 18s .334
Avila, Cleveland 494 115 34
Fox, Chicago s585 n .3
Mieo, Chlego 504 13 .323
Sme, Nw Yok 3r 5 10U .3I I





Baseball Franchise
BALTIMOR. Sept. 8 (UP)
A report fro Baltimore asy -
internal stru Is deto
the Oriole bmexW raf
and president Clarence
may be asked to resign.
Sports editor Rogr Pppme
the Baltimore Sunday Aimmria
says several topotoekholdersf g
trying to get enough toiel toast
Miles to reign at next TiuindS
directors' meeting.
if the stockholders fai to
Miles out, they will demand t
be given a voice in an future de-
csions conem g the te
Aording to the writer,.
sto d elate has
kben nmmninxmt tam tun as-
cohdanc weth his ow vl-
without conshu l lla O
Pipp-n adds i-- : rtu me
also- Miles Us e- e lk u
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
ms' W L. Pet. 0-
W ew 1o6rk 84 49 .032-
t$yn 81 54 .600 4
Milwaukee 79 54 .5%
lad elphia 64 89 .481 20
icinnati 64 69 .481 20%
St. Louis 61 .74 .4024
Chicago 5 78 .426 37
Pittabrgh 48 89 .341 39
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Milwaukee '(2)
Pittaburgh at Brooklyn (2)
New York at Philadelphia (2)
St. Louis at Cincinnati
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 000 120 310-7 9 1
New York 100 000 030-4 7 2
Podres (9-), Erskine and
Campanella. Antonelli (20-4),
Hearn, WilhIm, Corwin and Katt.
(First Game)
Milwaukee 200 120 321-11 16 2
Cincinnati 000 106 002- 8 11 2
Spahn, Jolly (8-5), Buhl and
Crandall, Calderon. Fowler, "-
vransky, Perkowski, Smith 14-4),
CoUum, Drews, and Seminick.
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 001 000 701-0 15 0
Cincinnati 801 003 000-7 15 0
Wilson, Jay, Spahn (18-10),
Buhl, Koslo and Crandall. Pod-
bielan, Valentine (11-11), Jud-
son, Perkowski and Bailey.
Philadelphia 400 310 040-12 15 0
Pittsburgh 100 200 020- 5 92
Wehmeier (8-10) and Burgess.
Pepper (1-3), LaPalme, Purkey,
Hetki and Atwell.
Chicago 000 100 100-2 6 2
St. Louis 021 002 Olx-6 12 1
'Pollet (8-8), Hacker, Tremel
and Garagiola. Lawrence (12-6)
and Rice.


O- : *
AMERICAN L U
2Iams w L'PTat ON
Cleveland 97 39 .716--
New York 92 43 .6Z 41
Chicago 87 50 .086 10
Boston 60 74 .741 86
Detroit 506 R AW 7%
Washngton 57 .425
Phlladephi 46 90 .332 51%
Baltimore 44 92 .334 53
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Nbw York (2) 1
Cleveland at Baltimore (2)
Detroit at Chicago (2)
Philadjlephia at Wash. (2)
TEITKEDAY' RsEmULTS
Cleveland 031 308 001-8 10 0
Chicao 001 010 000-2 0 2
Houtteman, Narlekl (-2),
Newhouser "and Hogan. Pleef
(7-10), Dorish, Marin, Strabs
and Batts.
New York 000 401 201-4 4 1
Washington 300 000 0Ql-5 9 0
Branca, Kontanty, Lopat,
Slain (5-5) and Bwem. ,cDer*
mott, Porterfidi (13-12) and
Fits Gerald.
Baltimore 101 000 101-4 8 1
Detroit 030 000 000-3 71
Kretlow (4-10) and Moss. Mil-
ler, Gray, Hoeft (7-15) and
House.
(First Game)
Boston 430 000 500-12 13 0
Philadelphia 003 000 002- 8
Brewer (9-8) and Owen. Bisah
op (3-6), 81ma, Oster, Burts-
chy and Astroth.
(Second Game)
Boston' 001 20d 400-7 140
Philadelphia 100 000 110-3 7 1
Kemmerer (4-3), Kinder and
White. Dixon (5-8), 'ricane,
Burtschy and Robertson.


Gun Club Notes

DILLMAN, JAFFRAY IN FOURTH
SUCCESSIVE RIFLE STAND-OFF
The Diliman-Jaffray Shooting Circus played its fourth
repeat performance at Fartan Sunday, as Dick Dillidan andBill
Jaffray fired duplicate rifle scores for the fourth straight time
Ih this season's competition. Dick's sister Norine Dillman has
also tied Jaffray and her brother In two of these matches.
Dillman and Jaffray both fired. 398-23x scores (poes!M6 4W0)
and the scorers had to go al nhe way down b,


f I, .h '. . .
Due to the toam It filing a haOliday w
ten die-hard shoo showed, up. However, of t'W t
fired, there was no bad score, and the average was al A
scores fired here in similar matches four or five years aMo.
Lt Col George M. Manning of the Air Force served note[
that he is going to thrust his way right in among the' best of
them by beating out Norine Dillman for third high score and
the High Master-Expert medaL His score was 395-21x. A fine
pistol shot, the red headed colonel's. performance with .the'rifle
is surpassing his hand gun ability thIs year.
Mel Millard beat out Jeanette Orr for the High Shaprshoot-
er-MarksmaAr award with a score of 384-17. Jeanetter took thu
silver medal for second in the class with 382-15x.
This will be the last appearance here for some time t come
for Dick Dillman, who enters the United States Army this a ing
month. After he completes his basic training, we should be read
ing about him on one of the fine Army Rifle teams before too
much time has passed. Dick is quiet, well liked, and a fine
marksman, able to shoot in any company.
This reporter approached Bill Jaffray, Diek's greatest rival
in the shooting game and asked "With Dick gone you sh-uld
be able to add much more rapidly to that collection of m*dl
you keep buried under the baanan tree behind your house -
aren't you glad to see him go?" Bill replied, "No-0-0,1 Can't
say I am. The greatest pleasure I've benep getting out, of life
was when I beat D evenIt It as't quite as often as It
might have been. And besides, it'll ruin my health I'll hav$ to
smoke more cigars now to get boxes to keep the medals In.
anyway., it's a guipeo tree, not a banana tree."
This reporter squelched the egotist by reminding him that
Dick's sister, Norine, would probably keep his medal colleton
from getting too swollen, and it looks like George Manning and
01' Man of the Mts. Todd might be of some help In acc plish-
ing this worthy object also. Incidentally, Todd had both sights
on his rifle, lenses In both sides of his glasses, arrived on time,
didn't lose any more bullets and ended up doing pretty w
a shooter who can't seel
Compleet scores:
COMPETITOR 1st Stage 2nd Stage TOTAt.
Bill Jaffray 199-lOx 199-13r 396-23x
Dick DUlman 199-14x 190-- 9x 3t98-
Geo Manning $99-13x 196- 8x 3I -3
Norine Dillman 196- 8X 199--10x M395-l
Sturdy Todd 198-10x 196- x I92-18
Ed Coe 198-12x 191- x 389-17X
Iry Krapfl 19&- 2x 195- 7x 388- te
Bill Bingham 195- 8x f 192- Xt 387-I
Mel Millard 189- 5x .195--12K .34
Jeanette Orr 188-- 8x 194- 7x 383-lkz

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Milsouri Okeh, But There's Oklahoa


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nin Utah Passes In Favor Of. Wyoming



heoa With Utah State Up nClose Race
mtB" t Wrlttn er NBA Servolce Written tor NEA Service *
Tb atlt ua the grat- By DON FAUROT By JACK CUBTICE
amount et evidence in tfvor Head Coachissoarl Head Coach, Utah --- ....
i 4 tNpeAe)--COLUMBIA Mo. -NBA) A LAE CY (LONG RUN
m We could feel quite optimst a For the put two seasons I've
bout our Big Seven nerence picked my Utah team to win the
chances this f a I at Missouri Skyline ChampIo h ip.
were it not for the fact that we We had the material .
must play Oklahoma at Norman,s This season things ae differ-
Nov. 12. ent. Utah just doesn't have the
You need a superhuman try to horses and will be lucky to finish
beat those Sooners, especially on second or third.
their home field. I'11 go along with experts in
They'll miss the right- s ide picking Wyom ig to win.
blocking of J. D. Roberts and Rog- Phil Dickens has a good nucleus
er Nelson and the clutch halfback- back, outstanding freshmen and Y---
Ing of Larry Grigg, but they're 10 or 12 transfers who are now O4OW
stil strong as blazes-- a great eligible-a that plus Joe Mastro- "'a.6
quarterback in Gene Calame, po- govanni ("Joe Alphabet," we call U AINS
tent ends in Max Boydaton and him) to run and pass, and full-
Carl Allison, an All-America can- back George Galuska to hit the
didate in center Kurt Burriand lin e.
fine talent to fill in around them. Utah State i4hould give Wyo-
F rm.1 ing a hard time, with Kent I r-
NEA'S PROBABLE ris showing signs of becoming a
ALL-BIG TEAM great quarrbaeck and two o the
Rockies' best linemen in Carn E-
End--Pete Corpheny, Mihsso bert and Dave Kragthorpe.
Ead-Max Boydstn Ola.
eTace--Das rOkwah Oklahoma NEAS PROBABLE *
Tau -Dkk Knowles, Kansas A SKYLINE 8
Guard-Terry Roberts Mo. .e Cr t e y
G uard- Ron Mar Min ,osank. S. End-Buls Carter Wyoml n
-Center--Kurt Burl~ ga. End-X. Probert, rig. Yeung
.. o af the p-Gen e Claer b kak omea Taekle-Dona enderson, Uta h
S eo ers m e US-Corky Taylor,d a State Guard-MarlIn Pok, PNr. M. '




r ado Takds aDres K a th Cplor a a a U t.
S.a. a a renjo ysr FB-- B Smuthad Nebraska Guard-Joe D eLea, Montan b
St nedlan. d short Center-Larry W hite. N.. o
.. .io t nlid food s inCe le lo n nv
t n d(NEA) The Sooners don't look vulner- Q o.-Je Mastr.glevann, Wyc.
at a he a able anywhere t an inlr n to U-Ki ck Bdraun, Coleo. cM
hek ae f non thes aore kl sm -a loange wiwou l HB-Deik lner, Montana
And the ..ou eron pitchers he wre e eddlFB-oGeege mGaluske, Wyo.s



first to tellyyous thasto Bok tJim tear e in o A t ai-
Sthe over- ema t ble earn Look for Nw Mexico to be a
er averages, cereal champlonshi theatld by
a eries n center Larry Whtedn e d ent be


al You have the answer to I oand will knock down some favor-nl -0 J OI.EN
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dowen of their pitchers ,v out o 0 pse a f ulloe and appdeas to s tofti
a kower than 3.0so. Bob Fellere r Me "nyh 33-3e .in our. Is .

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a that yoS e, t crose him," says-Carrowa Stard, FrandBer ne Cardi, $. 0 to wicn rud nie w he Ptrack
V5 ......3.na. T Our spllhe r T quaroerWilo a eioin i Jin e Nroll lestein a d a g r e a t
Niwh ser.. 6 2 2.65 E aton, TonyeScardino dandJe allok toa. .... ba d.to l.g. e tvengi Inim" r e
SGarcia...... 16 g 2.66 Brase. At left half, Ray Detrin The Skyline race should b e theIe D wa
Lemon ...... 20 5 M .--6-, 25 pounds and fast-coul closest in many seasons. eI don't
Feller......11 3 3.11 give us our best breakaway threat see any tam going thretoug the w, ,o u, Stakes Racesv
o "-h will be Terry Ro-berts, a rangy a s ate r Form players took a beating Inlea.
"Hegan rarely falls to call the l guard, f a knee which he busted i(el Pday b a lo t e eea a so th lto h wo teees.progaian. Tetr f
o h n lle sou Orivllseryie lom hel Leeulan rdb d palso urday a rs bl rnowoneebi
tch t pheik ther wants tohup against Oklahoma holds up (T... W h eno....chideofoarti th ms.. tr St V en -
etofobeantoes, GuWynno Kanast atehs go odveteranwe IBorderCodfrece by D witt events at New Yorkl, Chicagoand
is e imnm.ate call the burly stuff with one of the iel Seven'sT wver.) Atlantic City.
rilght-hander. "Frequently you top breakaway backs in Corky T bget s ..ri CatS
suspect that Jim is read n your Taylor and a good line bulwark- h e big Dtn s surprise came ahe fe
min He doesn't call a haf dos- ed by guard Ron Marcinilak. If di aaaiTl odn nP0ark, .Chicag.ooereld o Vir
.en pItchesa gamethat thepitch-.the quarterbacking comes ac 3o is iConn McCready boo ted "eor-
c srjlln't figure he would call be- through, the Wildcats could be .11 5kUe lY E l an" home rt In thme $144,-
to getting the sign."lwilt. W& ,J 00 Futurity. The Hal Price
;r that yoCu can't cros h," ..y. -Carroll Hardy, Frank Bernardi, $57.80 to win and tied the track -i t ,to g
Art HOuttemanl. "Throw Emerson Wilson and Homer Jen- record of one minute, 10 and
curve when he is looking for the/kins. But the Buffs do not return QUESTION: There is a runnerlone fifth seconds for the six fur-
ast ball and he catches bjaust a single starting lineman. They'll on first. The batter doubles tolong event. "Simnyy" ran second,
the same, with nothing more run somee T-formation along with right the runner going to third.followed by "Dogoon." Have you
than, 'You crossed me up, the single wing. The wielding team's manager Calls
mate."'' Last year's sophomore backs at time after the hit and changes his At Atlantic City, veteran Jim- LUCKY STRI]
Kansas should be ready for big- pitchers. During the time out, the my Stout rode "Hartsville" to a
No pitcher ever caught wider ger things, and th. line is braced ed to baseman says the batter faillsurprise win In the $15,000.Long- milder, and z
vqaiety of deliveries. by tackle Dick Knowles, end Don o touch first. When the umpire port Handicap. Hartsville re-
SHgaus f0r merely used twolBracel _and center Bud Blx.er. calls "Play Ball," the pitcher turned $19 40 at the winner's There's a reason foi
o.'j..sstiffer one for the fire- Brawny Bud McLaughlin comes throws to first, before sppng, window water beating "Craig-
Of Mke xGdai and Feller,/out of the service to help at full- rubber, and appeals to tlia umplre wood." "Mary's Bubble"ran tgether of t
andmoreliable one the bet- back. KU could be a real dark to call the man at sedopd out Is third."ratoeh of .
ter to=ick0o4hiedart l pitch-/horse under Its new coach, Chuck this legal?-Rober_ Ward. Itobaccs of the
140 Lynn, mma-Mnkse/teNebraska is In the speculative The rl you nsee, call: for te OYesblendingsthe
-tn uses the a a tthe$5,000Vagr& lHandicap s
9n1" 1pooso and, class. The huskers haven't had momewt thte.tw .a.eshai at Aq ct. I"Cans,- aromatic Turkish wit]
a, rIn onto foe much.succestsinrecent ye.arsiplacemo nthe ulithe nall id yharlle 0'-
wot h3pdtate to fr Wynn's and look like they have some line Inhi .Ws got hmne first to beat
Us 'roae knuckle ball, problems. Top-notch backs such Q. My srie:hd cWaims Bob shin.- Cn Dawn" 1Usd "Dispute." two ge flavor "
L66o aI throw a straight as Bob Smith, Rex Fischer and ner of the Pirates never_ played|P paid1$24.60 to win. -golden, mild Virginia
ball, I/ won 20 gan o e sfo ,,' Jon McWilliams keep them dan-lminor league bal. 1 I y he dind...
oSe, curve and sint Iowa State,.undernew Coach Mints .b fn Downs when
IWsinker ,Vince BdiFrancesca, has to be giv- A. amits h m we in
9msn don'tt know en a couple of years to bui. _li--te .thehe uven make LUCKIiI
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In -
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THURSDAY,
WEEK-END RmLA8lr
Three outstanding stars-lo-
getber for the firat tlUiln
the year's most exclinCillot
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TORONTO-A famous name U.
united States football import flop-
P4ed n hig bid to catch n with a
hie 2?l team hbre taua
he lacked tAe.. ba wa
So punchy h oe od te
Ithe offensIvet ignas,
adiaun can't afford the lu euy of
a st r unable to go both wa.....
Almost every C aiva VtI -
coed lr cofide Nof tk4 he'd Ilmk to get Metbbie
tion for his safety man on ts..e
to prevent those g clobber.
ings. .that's wh m~ayd s
star bal carriers ike col Crrsip 3
or Avatu Stone tO .to i08n07 e
The man who does the n e llent
commentary of the Nrit onala
Broadcasting Company on their
televised hookup to the States Is
Lindsey Nelson ... who attended
the University of Tenressee four
years on a football scholarship, '/
yet never donned a varsity uni.
form for the Vols. . because he
I(and they) realized early In his
freshman year he'd never make
it . the free board, etc., re.
maied In force anyhow. . "A
TV announcer," says Linds e y,
"should be like a referee-do his clou.,
job so quietly and well you don't Smith
know he's there." and I
A player banged out o bounds up fro
in Canada Isn't ever the ideltnes The
. e's merely "out of touch." trolt I
The howls of the grandstand tralnl
wolves here are just as lusty as .
those of their nelghbort to the ome
south. vance
Minnie Minoso of the White Proi
Sox, who shouldn't miss the Most fear o
Valuable Playe- award In the county
American League, once played in cludes
the same outfield with Max West Browi
at San Diego. . In those days cal. r
the Cuban Comet's English was tervie
as skimpy as a bikini... On a Clevei
fly ball he yelled to West, "You the q
got It." You got it." .. B e f u d- the ai
died, West stopped, and the ball ington
dropped between them .. "Wot- al bej
sa matter" glared Minnie "You mentc
no spik Engleese?" . ing a
It really doesn't matter to Dus. s-istan
ty Rhodes who's pitching . Aft. finishli
er the lefty slugger bit a homer Bevi
with Nashvmlle, a teammate in bMeid
the dugout chortled, "Who said hits f
you couldn't hit those so n t h. arm s
Saws?" ... '"Was that a left. pinch.
ander out there?" eye.popped Vern
Dusty. .,, grappi
The two International Leaguers a moi
best bets to make the majLors are down
Montreal shortstop Chico Fernan 1he'0
des and Toronto's Elaston Howard. "ess
Beats me why the Yanks con. mer h
verted Howard to catching with Gophe
Yogl Berra under 30, Charley S t- erythi
vera a great sub, Gus Triandos away


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.Ig at. Kansas City, Hal
at cleanup for Columbus
Lou Berberet ready to jump
)m Birmingham...
meat bill alone for the De.
Lions during their pre-season
mg grind ran to seven grand.
Sted somewhat by aphen.
11l 27, 0 season ticket ad.
S'sale. . .
mothers in San Francisco
inly the ro grid '49ers as a
er-attrac ion, and that in-
I the college games. . Paul
n takes no chances-on a lo-
idio show in which he it in-
wed after each game, the
and maestro writes out all
questions to be asked him on
ir....When the recent Wash-
a Redskin coaching upheav.
!an early one a.m. in Sacra.
o, Joe Kuharich was munch.
hamburgers as a meek as.
t coach and by the time he
id it was head coach. .
erly Baker Flelts, the am.
rous tennis pretty not only
handd drives with either
ut edn also serve lefty in a
* .
n Gagne, the glove-trotting
ler who travels 10,00o miles
ninth, will help others settle
in his native Minneapolis,.
opened a teal etate busi.
ViaW Ken Belers a for-
alfback teammate of the ex-
r end. . "Money ain't e0-
ng," said A Weill, and right
the boys were pointing out


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de know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


PANAMA, P.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1954


IVm CENTS


1,e Castries
AN IND

Hushed By Pan


Censors
-- "Let the peop
SHANOI. Indochina, Sept. 6 -_ --
(UP) Brig. Gen. Christian de TWINTY-NINTH TEAR
Castries. hero of Dien Blen Phu,.
left for Saigntoday visbly re-
strd after 48 hours of fr A
ays "I will have recovered my

T he awk-noesd general, at
--inm, white after four mont
"Is.a Communist prison camp.I
_lew south to confer with Gen.1
pauS ElE sureme commander
ipfull rench forces in Indo-
aIWI n .MANILA, P. I., Sept. (UP)-
SDe Castries will stay several Eight nations opened the. South
j;It in SaIgon and then return east Asia Treaty Organis a t i o u
[anoi officials said. The date (SEATO) conference today on the
fhtis departure for France has tirhee that arms alone will n o
noC yet been set. stop Communist aggression.
BO' Each of the lchi delegates said
3e was expected to give Ely in his opening statement that his
he. first authoritative account nation was ready to join the oth-
the bloody epic of Dien Bien ers in meeting the Red threat
- Wi., where 1,000 French Union but emphasized the importance of
troo a fought off overwhelm- economic and social aspects of the
in Communiut hordes for- three SEATO pact in fighting subver-
months. sion from within.
After the fall of the bastion, U.S. secretary of state John
W Vietmlnh at first refused to Foster Dues called for di o.
believe they had really captur- celtion of "celenialism" with
4,,tbe legendary general. the West as one of the fI r s t
C.. tries himself was kept weenl East and West. b
t.for most of his cap- "The United States has itself no
l theo rest of his of_ direct territorial interest in South.
l lvend on 1,600 rams east Asia," Dulles said. "Never.
.,.;jeada. theless, we feel a sense of com-
Mf ,rCe a day. mon destiny with'those who have
ch Army censors posed in this area their life and being."
h, a blackout on any, de.- Dulles warned, however, that
ta l o eranl's personal the Communists consider the pro.
tions. athe ou I h e has press they have made as "bridge-
n to correspondents on heads for future gains."
occasions since he ar- Only one delegate raised a ques-
at Hanoi Friday night tion as to whether his country
H would support the proposed SEA-
Castries evidently meant TOpact.
u i rmyduties al T- o ei*n minister Mobamm d
I eduately. m"I had too Zafrullal KhaE of Pakistan was
time or rest in the Viet- understood to say his nation
Mth camp, 'he said. weaould not in the treaty unless
c, p P It was aimed at all types of ag.
.- th French authorities an.- gression instead of Just the Com.-
.ed .Dc .tries would not musist variety.
any press conference at Khanspoke in an accent diffi
C '. p cult to understand but it was

China and were sparkedCrshes
S n weein Chesa ke ay

S disagreed with the con- In Chesapea
ea5fthat the Indochina Reds
m e. ls of the Peiping regime, OCEAN VIEW, Va., Sept. 6 -
1% mineot that De Castries (UP) -Navy divers searched Ches-
"fds ma1de on French official- speake Bay waters today for bo-
5 was reflected in the fact dies of six reservists believed kil-
press cables from Hanoi led when a four-engined naval
We being censored heavily. transport plane crashed after nar-
De Castrles spoke to reporters rowly missing a residential sec-
S leaving lanessan Hospital tion here.
oi Saturday. He had un- The body of one of the seven
d Pgone a thorough physical crewmen was recovered by the
;ifctupo. C oast Guard but remained uni-
dentifled.
"The massive aid given the The R5D transport plunged into
Viae lnh by the Chinese Corn- about 30 feet of water 300 yards
units was motivated by the off the beach shortly after It had
atural8 fraternization of two taken off from the Norolk Naval
i r systems," h said. "but it Air Station Saturday night.
seemed to me that the Vietminh A special board of inquiry con-
ptlined their independence. vened to investigate the cause of
-'"I am convinced that the the crash, a spokesman said. Wit.
Ifetmlnh are animated by na- nesses said the plane's engines
m. As far as I am con- still were turning when it hit the
fined. there Is only one leader water.
on the other aide, and he la Ho The plane was based. at South
oCi ohien." Weymouth Naval Air Station,
Mass., and the men were taking
Bo is the topmost Communist part in a two-week active train-
leader in Indochina. ing program, the spokesman said.


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ARRIVES FOR CONFERENCE;.- Philippine President Ramon
Magaaysay (center) welcomes U. 8. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles (right) and U. S. Counselor William Lacy to Ma-
lacanang Palace in Manila. Dulles is in the Philippines to
attend the SEATO conference.
presumed he was referring to pos. Guy la Chambre, the French
sible clashes with India, which delegate, accented the importance
was not represented at the meet- of economic cooperation in
ing. strengthening free Asian coun-
Aiter the session adj ourne d, tries who want to survive in the
Khan told the United Press he battle against Communism.
had not imposed any conditions Philippine Sen. Francisco A.
for Pakistan's acceptance of the Dlgarod repeated his country's
pact but merely was stressing the stand that tre SEATO pact should
point that It would be unwise to include an-article endorsing free-
narrow aggression to one label. dom and self-rule for all Asian
President 'Ramon Magsaysay nations.
of the Philippines opened the
historic meeting with a call for His government, Delgarod said,
the free nations "to stand up wanted "unequivocal recognition
and be counted in the struggle of the principle of self-determina-
against aggression and tyran- tion for Asian peoples and their
ny." right to self-government or indep.


"The task is formidable," Mag-
saysay said. "The time is run-
ning out."
Magsaysay pleaded for the na-
tions tq find a means for military,
political and economic coopera-
tion before the conference closes
Wednesday.
Britain's Lord Reading, repres-
enting Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden, talked abopt the cost in
men and material in the Indochi.
na war.
"It is for us to insure at this
conference that such sacrifices
are not enacted for a second
time,"'! Lord Reading said.


endence.
"It should be incorporated as
an outstanding article in-the con-
venant," Dalgarod said.
Officials from Australia, France,
New Zealand. Pakistan, the Phi-
Uppines, Thailand, the U united d
States are at the conference.
Thailand and the Philippines
hope to establish an organization
as strong as the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization.
Australia wants a pact that
will pave the way for other A.
sian nations to participate.
At the top* of the list of prob-
lems involved were questions of


what to do about Indoehina and
Formosa.
Informants. said that at thi
moment, Indochina was consider
ed bo be within SEATO's protect
tive sphere, while Formosa was
not. The Philippines want inclu
sion of Formosa, Its neighbor to
the north.

Statelelss Voyager

Gels Dominican Visa

After 13 Months
MARSEILLE, Sept. 6 -(UP)-
A man without a country, ended a
13-month voyage to nowhere to-
day.
Nicholas Levitsky, 25-year-o I d
White Russian, topped ashore
from the French liner Bretagne
to -claim an entrance visa grant-
ed him by the Dominican Repub.
lic at the urgings of the .United
Nations.
He had travelled nearly 100,000
miles in eight round trips across
the Atlantic because no country
In the world wanted him.
Levitsky, a mechanic, boarded
the Bretagne at Genoa in July,
1953, bound for Argentina. He had
an Argentine-entrance visa and
his papers were in order. But half-
way across the South Atlantic, Ar-
gentina decided she didn't want
lim after all.
Then Levitsky, a historic victim
of red tape began his voyage to
nowhere. No country would take
him and for 13 months he lived
aboard the Bretagne at company
expense.
Finally, Dr. G. J. Van Heuven
Goedhart, the UN High Commis.
sioner for Refugees In Geneva,
requested that Domnican visa
be issued to Levitsky by the Domi-
nican consul in Mrseille. The Do-
nican consul in Marsellle. The Do.
vitsky was able to walk off the
boat today.
The steamship company esti.
mates he cost them $5,600.
As for Levitsky:
"I don't know what I'll do in the
Dominican republic. I have no
plans."

Coeck Crockery
VALPARAISO, Chile, Sept. 6 -
(UP) A packing box stenciled
"China" Handle With Care"
- and sent here from Czechos-
lovakia, fell and was smashed
open while being unloaded today
from the Norwegian freighter
Mart! Bakke.
But instead of crockery frag-
ments, the box strewed hundreds
of Communist propaganda books
and tracts on the dock.


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Conferees Emphasize


Cuba Plans
1t RUTH C. McCARTHT
VA.NA, Cuba. A cros-
IS canal that would be of
'* commercial and military
apetance to Cuba Is underI
deration.
,'*f Cuban and foreign investors
eee to tackle the M400.000.000
I juest. larger in size and scope
& the Panama Canal, it will
Int -ily offer an enormous In-
WeMw? in income to the island,
t vanatge point for polic-1
Jl':the Americas,. It is under-
4t1 the United SIates looks
(avor on the project.
E" f&u eress-eountry esaal, as
conceived, would eat the
U *with a north-sath wa-
twa leading frhm Cardenass
I stO nos bay, at the plbat'
i er ds a nearest to Cuba. I
PIroject geese thue gh,It
* BMJM Cnl-
J910 1r few years.
itions.
w be mile lons,
mtJM width ef 132
A of go feet.it
a sae-level watsrwaw.I
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Canal Bigger Than Panama


sea.
Furthermore, the military as-
S pect is of prime importance to
the United States, much more so
even than $or Cuba itself. The
strategic importance of the ca-
nal would increase with the
construction of a highway and
a railroad parallel to the water-
way.
All employes of the canal
would,be included in the naval
reserve which clearly indicates
the military importance of the
project. This also eliminates the
possibility of strike.
A private company would be
In charge of the canrl's execu-
tion. The projects would be auc-
-* tioned by a court made up of
". members of the navy and the
commission for national develop-
ment.
The highe*tbidder at the sue-
tion would be exempted-from
all kinds of governmental, pro-
vinp al and municipal taxes and e
would be authorized to collect
toils.
Building materials would be
imported duty-free: the same
would apply to machinery and
equipment necessary for the
Project and maintenance.
One of the concessions en-
visaged would be a permanent
and autonomous national bank
in order to expedite the ex-
change of currencies n all pur-
'OUTK 'OF PROPOMD CS -CUBA CANAL chasing transactions.
iOther ncesiofs would In-
a i e t y tr h Caribbe clude tourist and rrs ten
avai.fble. form.. centers whlch euid cotruct
a the,' 1T* fr 1Port now o wGld then become.

i hsg , ad' isaws, the. nvies and I A major Item of-The WvO3,t
Menchan e, marines -O Amer- would be the oe r bo. ,
p ,_...tuaume o les sU0laa wonl be ablen t shorten p n "er M." caso .Te, ,I 'e
t W byhOyhu m'e operating between Cubs s t
m.,- c..- o oe"o-ve of. 1 wuh Gu, Central A ,-- -- -
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THREB AGAINST THE SEA.- Claire Boudreau (left), Robert Bgo_ udreau (right) -* .
mother, Mrs. William J. Boudreau, of Fall River, Mass.. cling desperately to the roof t dot..
Stage as It floats in the storm-tossed waters of Narragansett Bay, I The oettup .torn:.
from its foundation at Common Fence Point, R. I. by Hurricane Carol. This l-ctre g ai
by an officer aboard the U. S. Navy destroyer-escort Blair whose men reau theftra






Brings Repairman
SOUTHAMPTON. N.Y. Sept. 6
(UP) A sit-down strike atop
a pole brought fast action to this
hurricane swept community
Saturday.
Edmund Witkowski became in-
furiated because his home had
Seen without electricity since the
hurricane knocked down wires
and poles on Long Island last
Tuesday.
Witkowski has four children.
one of them sick and decided to
take drastic measures.
He climbed a pole and declared
he was going to stay thete until
the wires were repaired. His
wife, afraid he might be electro-
cuted by a broken wire, called
lice, who tried to persuade
itkowski to leave -his lofty
perch.
Police called the Long Island ICKr ET LIN 1-A woman striker outsf ew while -fhl
Lighting Co., which routed a re-Ilow pickets leer and ".. w as ,9IR- Z-a"i-"* big *t.are
pnirman out of bed. The lights tpC o t d I the pen' aes "'t t i
went on. in the Witkowski home in t roit. l Police hel bIeks thl is 4ro4*, ot
a short time later and Witkowsaki -n t Po.....hel b i s ..
slid down the pole to Isafety "

Barbershoppers
SMeet Tomorrow Dhdn nvenater Pir
The Society for the Preserva-,
tion and Encouragement of Bar- 0O"
bershop Quartet Singing In TURIN, Sept. 4'.(UP) --Per- OnemornnIlt th
gular mericaeting tomorrow Its re- haps Popov wa'too busy invent- ussiana stepped iAIo the .eta-
p.m. Men who are interestedInhatIng the shore strings and didn't dium wearing unac 4stoed
close harmony, both vocal and asitive timeh tothink ofit, butwt'shbroad miles. They purlledie
social, are cordially* invited to invent e war pisol was not w~er ptstols from under tsir
attend. Meetings are held in the eted in Russia. sweat suits and start .aD
Abou Saad workrooms on Cu- Russian swimmers at the Eu- radesr on their lon m te -
rundu Road, 200 yards from ropean Swimming, Champion- I eterckin hel meammth
Gaillard Highway. ships here- have "discovered" herun u e means quickly c i
them, and bought them by the on and .net qy --t
The program for the evening dozen, bewildered store owners the swimming C d ould a
will consist of rehearsal of cho- reported toWay and in dolngo 0 In addition to c d ,
ru, members for Ladies Night on they once diore stole a marc on events, itched wa-e r b tiha
Sept. 21 and a special guest, their Iron CurtAin colleagues. tween, t e Russan and te
Tomas Parades of Panama City. A toy shop keeper in town was garin teams ant L.
Paredes will sing Spanish songs frankly .puzled..If these cham- The .rice of water
and accompany himself on the pionships don't end soon," he risen frome1of water pta to1 a
guitar. Any men Interested in said, 'it Is-going to be tough for ,ents) io.m two. td ys,.ha s*
attending may come on their our kids on Christmas. There is keepers reported.
own or may make arrangements hardly a water pistol left in _r r -o__
by callin Dan Slater, secretary, townr"
at Balboa 2602. The pistol rush started four
days ago when a group of hard-
faced Russians stepped Into his
shop -and an interpreter asked
what the plastic ltola in the
window were used or, he said.
"I demonstrated and they
seemed thrilled. They bought one
apiece. I don't know what hap-
pened then but the- next three
days I sold nothing else but wa-
ter pistols.
Hungarians Czechs, Rums-
nlans, Poles, tiy all came want-
ing watbr pistols.

Dewey To Reveal


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Tomorrow Night

If Hell Ru Again
ALBANY, N.Y, 8e S (UP)
- ov. Thoma. Dewey Will
announce tomorrow night
whether he will seek reelection,
it was announced today.
Dewey, who has served three
terms as governor of New York
and twice ran unsacen elfy lor
the Presidency. will aumar on
a statewide tel a e-
work omn 8 1o 8:16. Hi re-
maNks will be, btsaduast ove a
UM attewl& -radio network
plre 1 to 10:15,
The 532-year-oMld Rpalmcan
ovenor announced Mrl0e this
rarthat he panned to-itlre,
under trg pressure to run for I
i fourth term. -
If Dewey bedd remain nnm
and refue x=u, the m-ost
frequently t umttu.i nabam for
aop iae Is that c cea.
Thi Demftuate an eoxted
,to cluft theor ea0"d Men


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