The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00498

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Related Items:
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MIAMI, Sept. 7 -( ) -.The
Americas daily said in an edito-
rial that United States commer-
cial competition With.Panama in
the Canal Zone is doing "great
harm" to this country's relations
with Panama.
*ThaeUnited States bas certain
concessions in the Canal Zone
which do not benefit his gre a t
country but, on the contrary, have
definite disadvantages for .moral
and political reasons, the edito-
rial said.
The Spanish-language daily
called on the United States to
"give up such concessions as a
tmely and convenient measure"
by U. S. and Panamanian diplo-
iats ii Washington.
The editorial said there are also
"certain practices in the admin-
Istration of the Cani Zone that do
not conform to the agreements
of the existing treaty, thathaarm
Panama economically and that, in
a certain manner hurt the digni-
ty of her soVereignty."
"There is commercial competi-
tion Mh Papama in the Canal
YA_* &i < dsllareat harm t' the


Ch ang Claims


Bumper Bag


Of Red Junks
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TAIPEI Formosa. Sept. 7 -
(UP) A Natlpoast Chinese
announced today Mt a comMn-
ed mar-se attack blasted Red
artillery andl rop barracks
near AnW a. deMtroyed or
damaged ewo th-a Is Cam-
mi t. *. *amme
aro, am4.s hid-els 4**umoy
The.Nationalst defense mnis-.
try said Generalissimo C h I a ng
Kal-shek's air force and Navy
blasted red targets in a daylong
attack. .
The combined forces sank a Red
gunboat and five large motor
unks. They damaged or sank 100
other war Junks, the Nationalists
said.
Troop barracks near the Red
Chinese port of Amoy were dam-
aged as were troop emplace-
ments around the port and its sur-
rounding islands.
Hundreds of Natiounalist war
planes took par in the attacks
along with strong"'naval fore.
as the dfeas lnigry said.
. The war Tlew couaentrated on


tempt to take QUemoy island 15
miles off the mainland and about
seven miles from the p4rt of Am-
oy.
hie Navy po iaded Sed artil-
lery peos e- #labkd shelled
Qeemy. The 5iet-bdt coast-
al ~mlse pea up on Quemoy
last Friday aid shefl the Is.
anda soradlealy throun out the
weekend.
Ileavy explosions nM towering
flmes were reported fom hits


try said.
o naval opposition was report-
ed.
The Nationalists claimed that a
village north of Tatan went up in
flames after Nationalist p I a n e s
rakes Red positions there with
bombs and rockets and naval
guns blasted the area.
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NAVY PLANK DOWNED BY REDS- An American Navy bomber
was attacked and downed in the Sea of Japan by two Russlan-
type Jets. The Defense Department reports that a Navy Nep-
tune patrol bomber (top photo) was attacked by two MIg-15
(bottom photo) Jets while on a routine mission. Nine of the
Navy men were reOced. One man, identified as Ens. Roe:

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Storm 'Edna'

Hits 85 m.p.h.

Off Bahamas


Officials Admit


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na, the season's fifth tropical
storm, blew up to full hurricane Aut P lane
force today about 500 msles east-
southeast of Miami with winds
as high as 85 miles an hour.
A Navy hurricane hunter
plane now scouting the storm *-* 0 --
tensity w as increase ne' WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UP) American officials
Shipping and other interests admitted privately today tlRt there is very little this cow.
hamas were advised to use cau fry can do to bring Russia to task for shooting down a
Uon U.S. Navy plane Saturday.
The weather bureau had pre- Na-ur.
dicted the big whirler would Senate Republican leader William F. Knowland urg.
reach hurricane force of 75 miles ed the President to sever diplomatic relations. But the
In an early advisory the Mia- White House made it clear he is dead set against so dras-
ml Weather Bureau estimated tic a move.
the storm (at aed mies northwest of The State Department sent the Kremlin two anr
entered 100 miles northwest of
Turks Island in the Bahanmas notes Sunday shortly after the Defense Depoartment dii.
ward at eight to 10 miles per cosed that two Soviet jets had shot down the Navy plane,
hour.i a Neptune patrol bomber, in the Sea of Japan off Siberia.
dirf the storm continues in itst But officials frankly expect Moscow to ignore or re.
direction, it will threaten moat
of the Bahama Islands and the ject the demand for punishment of those responsible and
The Weather Bureau is watch- possible reparations for the incident. This has been the
ing the storm closely, with ire- pattern in the half dozen or so other plane incidents in-
quent reports from ships and evolving U.S. and Communist planes.
weather stations on the islands planes.
In the area, The State Department has It was the first time lea
taken grave view of the opt- United States has ee
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"479 V 111.. Iar inalnud-ttack wa M un*w anted and for'teiegTapn iS
-tons Aro tofftc agatheredhostie" since the plane was on the Presldenta enr
W i y honor at d awn lSon ued thou- t aeMt CarmenChurch in a routine n over "inter- lt to the pre before the
7 -o ,. the Mt. CarmanChur0h in
th States th editorial th day, the ministry reported Pasadena this morning at a re- national waters" more than 40 eecutve received his copy.
statd. t I I Itquiem mass for DofntMercedes miles from Soviet Siberia. It
"It is aso fair" the paer said i In' itaiCasanova de Elete, wife of Fer- also said the two Red Migs fired
"It is also fair" the paper said, laeBaflenando Eleta, dho died suddenly without warning. qulesaboutthenowlan
"that the chUnited States pa-y a i V la e- 0o yesterday of bulbar pollo. Inter-
reasonable annuity, much larger n A OROUGH, 111glan meant in the Panama National Russia said in a note that the summer White Hruse knew ex-
thn the 43 whh t oFARNBOROUGHd, "For th and other reasons, w C etery followed. American plane Invaded its ter- actly what was n it Haert
y for aoncessioof extraor- St 7 -(UP) -Britain has flown n Britain are concentrating rath Mrs eta whose ae was 27 rtory and had opened fire first said the Pres nts reply
aforlret and importanceUP-Binha
interest and importance l A the world's firit "flying saucer" er uon techniques designed to died in G a Hospt at 2:54 But in Its second note, the State not be made public at the va
to the economic, military ah d pol. A n u O I L prototype, government s o u r ces enabe aircraft to take off verti m. after h ng been Department charged that ths ln headquarters
ial greatness of the United aid today call freo normal horizontal posi- I ntron unsacebertrans- version was "completely without
t An Abrook officer's wife, Mrs. The startlinget-propelled "con- ion. n Fernnd lnic foundation in fac." There w no making the
Millie Adams, was asked to ex. traption" that flies straight up in T- necessary upward lift is fr from ernaSunday. ln a fe oundatern of hh mistrakingt
Slain this morning in the U. 8. the-air, hovers and then streaks pr6vded by downward-facing jet earlier, shehad n birth Th Incident p red rea- oc o new pane
SWstrict Court at Ancon why she ahead disclosed by Supply Minis- streams, whose direction can to baby daughter, a irorta, at dy ragged U.S.-oviet relations c-dent but the President mad t
has not returned a quantity of ter Duncan Sandys to aviation ex. varied to control the angle of ,n F d ando to a new low. But the general clear he has no intention of Iol
SI fChinese antiques and furniture erts from 93 countries attending climb attitude n official quarters lowing Knowlands advice
e B Lit valued at $3,900 which were al- the annual air show here can be He said that, In ollaboration deaher husbandAnd baby, here i that it does not war- severing relations with R
Inedly loaned; her by Horton developed into a weapon of the with 'Supple Ministry, Ros her husba nd burvby, here Is that t dtic retalis not war
The Pikf B- h ow*H Wheeler Roe, an American ac. flyingn saucer type," they said. -Royce ha built a test vehicle M i.r si e d las Mer- In a telegram to the Predent. The President and the
T countant, who had resided in Briti s h aircraft constructors on ths principle. older children, Maria dndo Knowlaer- In telegram to the Pr ead appea to
cndlh, thre app eaowladedge
Panama City up to the time of were whooping u the machine de- "I can hardly call It an air- lcdes, age three and rnano Knowland urged break in re a- t era
ROME, Italy, Sept. 7 (UP) LT. COL ALFRED MEDENDOF his death in January. vcloped and test fln b Rolls- craft, "Sa ndys said, "for it Is Elet, r,,a year and -a half old, ions because Just another note a s
Public information is on of.the of Grand Rapids, Mich., one of The probate matter in the es- Royce as another British 'first" really no more than an aero en. also by her parents, -Jaime de from our State Department to options on feret inst
ost power wea s in the the two American officers killed tate of the deceased was aeing which they maintain r-estiblish.- gine with a pilot mounted on top. Casanova,. and other relatives the Kremlin hierarchy will not
Department of l, Education m off the coast of te China Sept.23 as asked. States. and alftons, successfully lifted Continental, a anaames C. agerhy said yter-d a
and Welfare saltodsy.m, ld."Sandys reported on the plane In itself Into the air without the aid which ceased broadepting at 5 day, however, that the President United Sraes should pul out-of
an Wpelfare opyingse Chasles ionwz; attorney for a spch before the Society of of wings or rotors of any kind. .nm. lest night and Willremain is stickin to his position that a the United ,ations if Red
....ke at o.lsession ... the administrator of the estate, British Aircraft Constructors on It then proceeded to e i r c lent until 6 a.m. tomorrow. diplomaterica's best wuld not be were admit to eberhi,
of the third n'n0lational polio- iLeon Heim, asked that the .tea the opening day f the s dety'a around, under complete control In Oorofwa.nladisahas AmericansdestIotretsh
myebltis conlre ii Nine udred timony given In court this nnu sh a Frnborug A dlomas hae
tia ribed by the ste murk and rain, e test again without trouble." ford i -a committ to raise Amer adG tats have a-
court stenographer. He statd p s at the annual aviation ex At the show itself, authorities funds to flight polio h Panama. Ways argue that a break
countries were psel. that Roe, o ailing at th tion put ew planes through disclosed that the R o y a Air Donations may be sent to Mrs l eUnitedStates
Keeping the i informed on Herrick ; sent a Jter to their paces while thousands of Forees first long range jet atom Matilda dola Guardia, oNo. behind t he sIron urtan.
Ss r Adth h~ ~ personss from Britan 1 d abroad bomber udron and a i a nt 50th Street, or to rs.a Roa ehi F Ond Drin
ler said. That increases pub- turned to him. were about ready to go. ta. tens U. .mdor Henry a
lie contrbuib s1%r research and Mrs. Adams denied ever h y- Sandys, in effect, said the Brit- Cabot I odea sought today a
education and for airing r the received the letter. sh hadundertaento best he meeting .. Serity
stricken, If@ add.. .. meeting o the .tte r. lab had u.att y
stricken, e said. I Ulider an agreement entered merican vertical takeoff planesT. Council as son possible to
ol of the t N. Into by both he Albrook oman that it straight up and, take ff WO n80 ettlfI discuss th shooting down of A.mal boat belong
He told of the'work of the Na- and Roe in Oct. 1952, it was the same say. the U.. plane. Wiiam Smith of ColIn-p
tiona Foundation for Infantile brought out In court that Mrs. It developed that the British the U tl. which had been overdue at
use the furnitu for Infatge made which ha beenest
paralysis since 1*38 in collecting i. Adams was given permission to keep their plpne in the standard I Lodge made his request orally its destination at Orand Cay-
10fte sums. He keported wie-1o :_to
sige subms. He reported wde-. use the furniture, and an op- position and turn the engines onr UT Iit 1~3 ( to Dr. Francisco Urrutia of Co- mn Island, was reported safe
spread publ cooperation in mass .. tion to buy it in the event he end, while the. Amereicans Jtep 0 Ji ID w lombia president of the Security o- ya wth all h man aboard
tests such as theurrent inocula- should wish to sell the antiques, their engines in position and tCouncil. An American spokes- in good condition.
tion of 800,000 c*idreu with vc- worth about $3,900. the plane on e- o f ode d a formal let
cine against polls. 4 Mrs. Adams said today that "Both here and in the a tr wolde d foiowr l The Jap shn Aki Mu
S.she did not receive all the Iteps States a great deal of attend is Two young Panamanians who eviction revoked and must now"Observers a rruta roba- the s caf food
*u -J l ted by There were seven being pa to the development of ha been In and out of both serve one year in the pnt bly would call the Councl into and water. Busada 8.Leters-
SI artces cshe did not gt. techniques for the vertical .d Canal Zone and Panama jails mtry. .on either tomorrow or bur, ,
she state, because she had near-vertical takeoff or aircr ," were each found ty this P a 28-year-old resident o t paradropped tor ion
S L .J L. I room in her quarters at Abrk Sadys said. morning in the U. District of Arra, has served time in Tur y dm contains 120 o
IT. CO FiR Ke W. for them. She admitted she o10l "You will have seen ietures of Court at Ancon for returning to the o penitentiary on four r td the to the dte d sip
A ..i s .. aoLT. COLw FRAN W. LYNN, some of the Items, and claimed American aircraft which are cock. the Canal Zone after deporta- Prev OOnvietims. The latest 'Ihave st requested the
MAl AlV *J 11own | as.. anA. .7 captain s e returned a figurine to Roe ed up on their tails and are flown tlon. offense, for which he was re" o f ,he S1o^uncil The mission has ow been
De i If t 9asIdyC m ituiprinof the Security Council m. u h. f
DI e 1 of the two Amaen of- several months before he led. upinto the air like rockets. F om Both this time received su- brou before District Judge all an early mee the marked a "completed. ao ur-
Sl ub .sl bY Communist gunfire Mrs. Adams is begin repre- te standpoint of convenience and ended sentences, but one of the Guthrte P. Crowe, was for loiter- Councl to consider the their asebein g neee
S n iu a bombadmJent on Que- scented by attorney Wlla J. comfort this unusual posture has defendants, Camile Parson, haa ing. He was found asleep ii a nr.frmth r anpro at-
NEW YOSK, &p. N f i s.) mr IslandQ- Sheridan, Jr. obvious disadvantages. 'his probation on a previous con- deserted house in La Boca on s on a US. Navy Plane by
Harry Conwf Fa. ter)dy, iAug.. .ac. raft. of the Soviet Union over
creator of Mutt and Jeff, died i international aters on Spt. 4," T _
of cancer today. The sound defendant, Mantl Lodge's statement sald. I ree O
Fisher's "Mutt" said to be the U T U L I Chu Delgado, a abort, past5 In an Interview at Atsugi air ,
first comic s trt, d.in .P1 r u tII I I U I Si S I |faced youth has also served one base, Japan, yesterday, the pilot Ordered Contlrue
e San r ise I I year terms in both Gamboa and of the lost plane. Cmdr John B.
is ... T n s .O. -... .at Colba. He was found asleep Wayne. 34, of Alameda, said his Threcae wereordere '-
F..ishner incoo*s"e. i~n textleNS nd, t UP-..-us- ple from taking saples, as this The top was off, showing th e,-was that they wre pletiful and on a bench in the Balboa aircraft never was in sight of tlnedthis in-te-lre
tips on the race at 4 BayArm, atri e to "xtendthe cold war can-only be done when the fair rich, dark globules. That was "the workers can aacd them." Heights railroad station shortly Russian territory. DtrictaConcan
track. He hadwhat was der- to the diertabe todaynly to isopened totheublictomorrw. more t Britons could bear."I didn't see any caviar a r idnigh on Aug. 25. He A fr ch
ed, as am W s streak of e beaten back tpor by a It takes a l make Briton First one visitor erap up j workers' prices in Moscow last prei y been barred from Aviation machinist William A. amesd
s bank task force of ravenous rtonsold, and the Russians have en- few beads, then a ntr, and month- com plained an English- returning to the Canal Zone. Bedard, 31, Worcester, Mass..on $100 ball wi beherd to-
cirudaily, andro newspapers t. the t d from m ratio g. y the and boast elves to blame. hey soon there was a costly gully in man, Dore Sverman. Action n the District Attorney's whose yes were bued by ga- morrow morning.
rose with it. i- .ni e the riosity boastedtt he e an- the caviar. Tomorrow "Do Not Touch" signs recommndatlon, Delgado was Uine leaking frmn btit-punctur-
Jeful joined te t later, appetite o te last Brito ad nd, bottled fresh ood Meanwhile the candies and pas may go up, or British teeth will given a two-year sentence b ed ful tak, said he "hardly Two others wern set f
sultin nl nw4a lou sai d, there were atlarl only a small percentage of- tries were disappearing at an a- whittle the display down to the JudgeCrowe which was us- had time to alert the skipper day morning
teiBe, ynMu atthL -bholes nt the vut display varieties they d.i gpl- m t. d the visitors modest proportions of its West-pded for a period of three when I aw tracers coming up cases of France
tributes theainM a at T h ecake were massing threateningly ern riva years on the condition he does at us." ed with asol iith
psbeen gor istrei yato fA, candies such as walnut taffy balls Fortunately, no one had a cork- Victor Svirida, director of the Or the Catil Zone. Ruls holds a in the who will be'R
diet Ite. -1Wy atmillw do tomorrow" were temptingly out n the OpenL screw Soviet pavilion, ned it with a a xcue for being In Securfty t the Canal ZaM
Sk t his s terpeti. was a 110-pound barrel of caviar ficials to the stock question: Were en cultural ties with Britaina a iw o atl it e t ari
box aRsne as ine-foot -rge stokinearily ofaSovfit o-speech declarng it would str th- thet
* ai the that a clear's rasm at n i b the foods ordinarily avaable in "undoubtedly help ease terss r the
a" -Io ,w d. I l prices. Russia and were thV yoeTtygio nal tensIoM .n4" n"

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S THE PANAMA AMERICAN Tall in the Texas Saddle ..
7 1 ri *Ip e ev me m"a=Ad asmoN ea aL mto. l Labor News .
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*'-< a a...,bor which may result in a 1937 i R L.f^ :^K! '.^BB BK I' ON the old world. When one awakens
%f- -W vintage strike oin '55 which could COn l the norrin de es not Psuro
T. .. .. Ms le. k,,9,emodn e e srs o T m hd e des o Twhcu Wa'hlao gto t Medrr-G-e e l es s i
ase. L -et s r 'eo e l a ae ha e l< e wselldisturI mon ths. planners NEW YORK Durin theu t the o mo I .l. .
itiol me er. T h m orpoIteenew cars these daysw. The D the e Ttrot" A a swte rdhetv edraote"hs adi ot t. r
; -r seaJrcbte m d*f he Iass i* Itoe-pr t he background pe tory of a possible 1955 re T "eaguesm aia I Acropolis andthe Partte
bo wicayreul n I7


tt -. Lm l e o rdr e-d* v strikntage strkwhein '55 which could ONa 'f 7 and I md tON .nod ie ou truing, o the chair
,-e* ...... h. kee l ...o po-te-h..I. leptebatflcrboiso ,:F, Threep of the automobifulcre industry. on ona fiht te more pces sudd urhel toi a degay

idealuMy et letw writer n hel-d la stelatest sentidece. Labor Day may be the end of the .^ r \ iH ^ ^ ^ ^K p S. you go 2.the more atSdtas ot~ald ea 18urri
Thi nke-wsppe essm Mo repoiliy for ftateent -s splel1- holiday season to you, but to those a^^&^*l^ ^ ^ ^ ~ ^ A ^S re to come hom an w~av the h8"1? iho o t*'-
Th MaIn lies fanopn roesims TOPo so penio A inside labor it's the beginning of r American flag ... ,r ,, e.ar adoption. The
in.- ^ a new year and the time to Net nhl Now Mri/ ... and Mrs.. America lelo are lTi hundreds of lite re*.


.busy on plans for new drives whc\ go to race. taur ard caes each with e
KNIGHT ERRANT Th shake the country. te eT w Parisdespite the fact that it r eao h unlad, o-r
M i al rd .eI ItIt en'kOne of these has been shaped up o l .. iuhas been occupied r .oafaeois it one affter the other an"J far


8 r: inside Walter Reuther's auto work- ---- M^^ in 80 yearsJhas nothhe eyescan yeaas maSy as th
S-" .This losn reply .0 that gheaorder hcl ^.ola h-lsPtu r hi ae wim be tpe "Big lr eaguesfrohm CaAar10
t o yI kinlisnle ittrre aes ImH p wrp nen, od Three" of the automobile industry. OndImd o hens e...laU people a Iver ga
"" ide o o rit eM Labor Dmay be the end of. the ,thoe Aro De'thatmphe stillmo gand",EW Oe .EW .ON.I...




To rain on tlheap night of h Columbus Ballnamely Oct tsholday s eason oyousbut ever taken on-os tas Yo 9thee me e A p p on two ia Drew
S eore the JCnfihtso CoMIb eltedth both inside and outside labor. e n teg ol a ete Fe er Pearon vation clun i surely



annual Coltanbias Ball it consulted meteorologists In Pulerth~ There is, first of all, virtually all re are^^ W^ no w n~eLT arly as setyasnot te ie ^canas t pin
SCo. neworida, Mexico Coeran id the tcme"toC geri tbnololrnNowMdsty Rh.ey werNan Mr. Amerl r-wtlh rn'ta of this new dem racy.
three In Panama. All agreed that the entire Isthmus o P anama challenges the nation's industrial- wi"the excepto o nelrd retly: r ardles e wh your
ould be cool calm and clear under a o.eou harvest moon es by planning to sphe end the full Frenh moie havtesproved a relitou belie is you must pr-
on the night of October 8th. (That is why the event inside Waoteret (of whi er1s00000 work lee nischauitry pare yourself to be completely dis
ben celebrated on the 12th this year.) ePlu- and more are in liquid assets) of T rei. aet havimgthes tmeofhi8nfeasIatorlleod....|hnhe
I mirht add that all t cheer plans p or the ColumbuBall his auto union's funds if nesary author ad ctor And the tlyee f r
..hav e been worked out with the same paImaginew nfore a the to force General Motors, Ford ay ths will be the red I restaurantare eveo er t he e tures and
aforemens htioned weather onsideration. And even gtheh -tls ad Chryslerto grantaguaranteed l E | V ya nsl th aewld"ht eoe w.. m eanlooking lke oe M elangelo'
Casino Is not operating that night a man with Pluvious alegea lfor himself, but for CIO as As r the threat of communism Moses, then you ave another
rea luck ought to take home at least one of the many door prizes This me ver,oe you strip the n .'.I 6i." Iflwbeluev u Aeothistobeavery tinyds| .WeOPi,.ndW. hink
b eing offered. placeyou e ec e, sn .. gimmicks from his pDetroposals, that m thAreat i ny. TD e Frenchman who phh"til are lkw te h ol




SoEarnest Knight Reuther is asking leaders of our ona- rle .......arm and garden Pl whose eyes re the clouds
of Sakonth Avenue. ... ... automotive industry to set the n-. ..On holdahit to wcome tNlsauand and who re a forward to
SP. 8. Pluvin on thsnld boy. I hope you won't take of ense but i the pace for all of big business has ever taken on--- pocket, toave itbe the rop. sundown so that they ca caress




li; ttle lady really does shimmer irf the new dress, let her keep It, a contract which will guarantee a f | .,erty of the state, with him btg their praying haw ,* ypu ot0 an*
butl full year's pay for most employ- H n C SI H^ OAOn mee a jar. Tee ar.e o*e ld tengtfrIts
Befoe eest whether or not there Isa ndnU. 1 ? I believe abot per0centohe T o
i ...,slack season or ai falling off in people who are white-collar folk In group of hard-working, ambi-
hCANAL ZONE TEACHERS orders and Poution Pt andwho areoand have been terri, ols-.oviaea ouman. s
annulColmb ItconslteTSuch a contractcover of all, virtually ll By RUAK bly undeaid through the years, ei have gone through hell and
oo ,rFlo r id a M e x ic o .. ...a, C. .. ..or n iaaan drno f A m e ri c a n i d t heus trl i e y we r e n re arl y a sp i l o r-h n e d em r





Shree n i Panama. Allagreereou- stoncallenges thenaton' sin ausnew -ral exion of eon efo r mr ebar hre ga.ecaste o h, y
oparuld be cool, calm an clear under goge e n ism hy Walter Reuther and llhe double-skued gentlemen of since the war that some branch old-man face I like her smiling ea not codmuism r x st






treated on the Isthmus. There Is no other field where more rigid his colleagues want it. They need a recent astronautical congress of the airline business didn' pull across the waters in a lovely path The Frenehfee about Amer. Connecticut, with mu s&et fire
alon the night of Octoer 8th, tin th e medical and other pro- it. They have not really bargained which studies the navigation oa strike and gm up om a- at t and streaming the win an Shameran is csualy heard y from near-by borders,
a bel rqming.hcelebrated on the 12th thineyear.) ..as Ball I and more are ,in liquid a s ae f mendqealy Sachs ) on o ma s h having The ath i Ame b l otr ui s ac torgt of war in the in t






might add that all the other plans forld thae W o ehs auto uion s funds if rneeoarYntheimecoftpoe when d h aohts iThemeast rse ol eo

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unior orhop ls.^ M ilnonahe chinhaThe Interninteveith ag eeiken efore rll
c.Jtasi noisno toper t org ha n ig het a m asn o ithPae h na (Steelworkers) Union Shall furtherr can ica i. The an azing lot of trouble; s ken. I am quite sure epht th a nst eye.. s don ta pr
lukouhybe foudhom t bea torniefhed ar anyad et opes hiae eraf. rt thin-he ..tion nithetmrplasBrmplethodee t outside us, whor to cnm mi al lSo tar- l
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automoveinduise would pave tnrant, to Keep t from k- anmhe aam and H-ds ca disappointed if th a
tr e. .edefoyeIsth oTre on' S roaog t exit of 1,250,000 up with theRussians. smartlong behind the plan. to haatelyaaNoae about conw t hioe et -i eeh
ew teah i are she has a p ermanentjob,. Maybe clworkertfrom CIO splitting it p make a semi-total destruction of ferences at eneva and read the i ear
b theIul are better qualh fmed teachers on the substitute lst, but t hste I should be highly frightened to the world nssible. Once they get advertisements for falsies and stros about what we ,wa to do to readh dosesno seem ae ahn
Sthey weren't married while teaching here so they can't teach es, ether knows too that if this nip up to the moon for a long that roc et route firmly es thought of us in terms of subways, our e jnimr -."r renh os-ck th. head- out the,






a.w-ys"bIt there Is a rule, "no married teachers," It should be that t Wt doesn't occur, Dave McDon- week end. The interspace lots tablished, some bloody spy or oth- wrime waves and Senator McCar. man says.r "You people in Amelca OsILLIN far sTATE-M-N
sor nothing. They are this year paying the boat fare for a d, in sharp disagreement with association would undoubtedly er will sel the atom secrets to the thym. have not been hurt egh to un- n t
married woman who signed her contract as single, then got of Reuther's militant poli- strike for longer rockets and short outer-spacers and the shere anx- Hands off the moon, I say and dersgtand what "wa c0mpec sme A
Married. That Is surely ethical, but she Is retained, and others e, plans to come to the CIO er working hours and leave me iety will be magnicently in- leave well enough alone. o is had omea.hrik T er one e n o
iwho have been on their role or years can't teach In these convention in Los Angles in De- stuck up there, staring glumly creased lovely up there, just as she is, your belies and watch the Nazis r o, en
S schools. mber and propose that per into a crater. It seems to me that Ilikethemoonthewaysheis, and I do not wsh to book any osesteppingupBroadwayaswe marksman
Evet ifyou have Master's and a Phi Bet key you can't e dues paid by the unions I can scarcely remember a year up there in the sky, with a kindly, motl space on one of her craters, to tch them down the ry cn Theam a
paett t job In n our chosen field. a tr the CO's central treasury be ,- gnlm s ncthatoe bncho-anufae Champs Elyseest you might act a group oM ews anda ml one goal.
tete oen. the Gtmso.Teresr noo thiede oh sevmlorr gdheas Tcollme pd h aid uessemnai T e eedasaceotyosreoskuwioul h creatrr i e snsa of th-a
qulfct ion s.rreeequrnn e d.le xcetoI the Bae? medicalur nd oha er po-ma it keThe havent would lya rgaine d C i ch' s tuiste n vgtin o* tieadJu pcm uia-a iha dsremn h i. I e SSechfEL IngaotA Yo may m cn ,ah

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ala snbeenalart e avge oupte es hfor the ha v newer domnon hades hars- sinc agbets. At-m| most ....0on-hvamsbinedndsrmenihe h al-hax trip so the me ha otfaa The n rea y m oi ftakes lv e and aoneso it ,lor e ms ikerreo d nat toaath no moe









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woma wuing the quasiitwioth no t heardeo the wefaeob, she'"s mwriedncrr" hlodtown in thebmakan, T ey thin aio toedmc i wyorl









Thewe hoa anv inctheadepression, bt woe teen t orlpd that d e e peaet cofnact. laoun gti corner, a Sn is Mne kepg ay fro td itriooehe 1954re camai n. Thiwoly on theAm bit I*
hemp 'lo r.ied.ttern.e" ,no them ar fericha een gter theI sfir-stomeeswiere Ru Mcantry ( of s cugone. Inreyer os tat c hn Dgans 2 rade eo moonlgt an t e are t ds ol ae se L
e thosenfdoutpldse dnad rec thso ols opeolicy trs Is ther egao e emust prove nhis leadership an tr amON -t sars, mo up vie or te tiat el the sc ome s itmeal oinds ethe f desoers, fcoreotdel aatnde Done s,1 the smet as u freis,n ure the ,.drW .
them rhe who b ve been asso iate dithiethe s foryea r, more. b Taenhaaet wiuldn't stDae Moald. letraAhr V W ame naoreaulnt ie lism. bude rer heae. a girlh o wudet ldte pkrncke iso aut te "mos lsi All "hi of ios tcrse d
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u om alta. It eyn. t inrepast rwno thegs d omeeach fo heirs ."onandihe r est oo mef ro athoe they wh fr against t Seaeosf e bon ssen foand wepo e the 195 camn L. Thedi w onlo ore Italea oth. The thanthiwevwloutna berg s
make n, A nume rdi of temrarc e i n gwa t y ar Amrou n ctsid e nsofgtheir a rblo le by Dav um erMso nadmewere R unstirr ed( I shav) nev r eauof the w rdsiBudge r.I pacentha ti w ins12 r ise to1m n t erece n tT he po itical- sc enese st3eb smwl
chosenfiedsbcusfthi fools, n h pliy.hshintgo ouldhbeadiofbleheween stve lwork0 erts.an foundSeanyorsciatioIn shooting theyrmeiermdo thartastnearlytrdobe whe Knsa Cthemoo tn's ofulland ythe airMr.Eiasenhowmer is earsfine fytooe e orm
them or our crn entjo hildrenemeReur t hmo r. knotwouldnat s avrtl e any etr ound amon og ledh e nstawhoie h iterout e w i sth.thedmoonureMars li u l leadloers.a complr t m ett e tRed roly nem s bothe s m awemll tsatd r
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tayreally tnch better. McCarthy. When 2000 letters came of Congress. As soon thereafter as raised enough money for that, but prices for Americans are rust and democracy in the Mid&4 ast.
HAnswer to Prt Pule That would hardly be social pio- in one morning's mail, however, Ossible, it wiol put out the official they're using some of it for cur- about as high as in France, except Last observation. I am my hi
I ime n -ieIeo. hso M t.w.w e neering. There is margin for vite- the senator told his staff to give x score on the worksusi rent campaign expenses. The word that the porters and waiters seem py to be oack in the be -aed ..,
q 8--tS o. Learnin-g.n rI o o.sos, whsaSoae ti'oal telo a guran- up rytig to answer them all is that. "This early in the camsr to smile a little more gratefully- where eniaVe and will cohtnue












,* ^ 7! 5l Ist-rxf 5 ^ ^ tee annual wage, even if winning American farm bure au Big mone y for his y ea r's paign, money comes hard. Later ......to as wasqvritten in Milah: ..
;'' AC~fin aawf^ SM trti^KJIt exhausts the big strike fund- Federation tak es considerable election campaign isn't as plen- on, we hope to do better. But RAPPY ATHENS And each roan shall sit underhis
ACROa8 83 Weten Ifa sB agtBB which stood at $8,600,000 last June credit for having its program put tiful as the poli Ica managers had we've never matched the GOP." And now, to Greecs---where al- own fig tree and none shall make
1~~ University coleg (ab." ) Xg ttsn1? -and depletes the regular union over in the new farm bill. 'A bx hopefl it would be. The 33rd con ress set a most everything that we know be- him afraid.______
founded in Small tcnildren t *.iiitreasury. Such a victory would be score in the organization's News Republicans set a goal of $3.8 new record for wh more than L I--- l-------" -













Sa 1701 65Soureeo f worth it. Reuther would overshad- Letter, sent to all members, lists million for their campai last any other session in S. history.
Sr e S Collegbe cheer eMra .S | uow anything even John Lewisever 31 main provisions of the*new Februar This was for te Na- The Govt. Pra bllting Office, which SaIDE GLANCES Iy ColbrQ'th













K I *8 Rambling 66 Fur-bearing Mllt51S8~SSiSl won for the miners. Such a victory farm law. Eighteen of these pro- tonal Cmmittee activities, the puts out the daily Congressional
S': fv. wrelk from aquatic ? e S _would vinafoe a still gater intend visions were A. F. B. policies Senate and House campaign coat- Record of proceedings, says that













Georgia -I DOWt t i enationaldigure of the young De- adopted by the Congress mittees, which are run separately this year thee average issue re- h --
S12 God of love sh pa a tn e e troit dynamo. It would revitalize Onup with the provisions passed There was consbehiderd the plane citici porting speeches, debate, remarks con













13 Frozen water P o tm' CIO, even with McDonald outside by Congress, A. F. B. had taken of teat big campaign chest beru cand inserts was just under 131 y \{j
S h 14 Mountain 2 Itl ruivrf 23 Persian fairy 45 Againest e no position, one way or the other raised for midterm elections. The pares. The most talkave bunch L
(combe form) 3 Land Pcels 25 Knocks 47Iroquoian But 'no bubbling welcome awaits The Federation lost on only three official word s sible. Once they get advertisements for hisies a n d
S15 Socarl insets Hebrew 2teac Exude Indians so tt Reuther w hen he approachesat if the o its proposals-pasng of longtheateerely setting roqte sights rmly. been though stefond session of tesubwasrenemy rht wateIl '














'*:' 16 Through scetic 27 Climbing 49 Huge auto industry in'a few months. grazing landlbill, extension of the GOP headquarters won't bar 81st Congress in 1950. Their ha- ^^FH
17 B re oi Tear painthe 50 Operatic solo The union contracts with General marketing agreemeintersp act to pilroc- how much has been collected. The ranges iled and Sverage of 121 McCamanays "You peple in A
Sotwers 6 High card 28 Platter 51 Dispatch Motors, Ford and Chrysler ementwithll all essoed fruits awoud undou vegetablesdly explanation is that teis would bet pages a day.aveo en urt oug














V., P m edwon w s 7 E hret 30 Tissue 53 Contest of have expired by te e morning of granting of 90 per cent of parity giving the opents too much "4
Married a h lshter 31 Asseverate speed June 1, 195 Even now, ess than price support to basic crops the information. There is no crisis, it Though Congress ut on Aug.ersan what war ea. ,
aaColln set Isrelytnd 32 Conduct 54 Romean pot nine months before tothes e expira- frwot yeartking heyours are under quotas is explained, but there's g natural 21, GPO is stieave to ca t een com pele s














who h vJenV teuirrodle 35 Wings 35 Genuine tos, leaders of other American FIGURING Presideet Eisen midterm athy which makes col- up with the backlog ws passed
ol 11 Wred t ith 3o Gaelic 58 American induStrie are emphatically urglesing however's battered staring ge on te lections dloveultl by up there, just ass is final M wa'-
[; :, school. _.: ..... ember and propose that pir into a crater. It'seems to me that| I like'the moon the way she is,|and I do not wish to book any g~oosestepping up Broadwayawemrmnsipoeeemuno
| W~E en if you have A Master's anda ahi Bet key you can't capitala dues paid by the unions/ I 'con scarcely remember a year, up there in the sky, with a kindly, motel space on one of her craters, had to watch them, downte vr ccrt.ie. ue:a
i i |then returning people,to the States? Some courses have so many nickel. That would slash the I Ip .( JESSL]IN fAhL/Y ay c~;a ~..
i o rf oero dae a s et ecJon dt e i nnei la rr enins uptr mh e J o b t hI !eV I I IIfi n a n c ia l bsu rrde nw y s om efn r e ,s uephpo r t isrn g a n c n t n u
Some peope teach courses wihte hv ee ad and CIO directky on Reuther's auto alsoLd E U are the people notexi, ,... ....
,~~~~~~~ no ., ^ -. ... -.w ,t, o lt "V e --b. hich can't suite! m -- ni I.. .. 1 .Ilm I I about anything much, exceptt erl isg e s n e t ~ a
thicetfctsd oq an'fyt hve m eoor,8utItisallarih.Tewrker, t I isaPeter Edsonn I n W ing,
woman with the qualifications cntlaeth o, se'arie!carry theLl"a" "wn"edeomo.raticr world
These shown In the pictures I'll bet are temporary. In May .. opera Is technically .better ta t bto oj_= o uteno
thm ilducivetlttr -elig henher evieshvebenRethristhrfoe wrethtevr a. hemvislr
,'. ,extended until the day, before achbol opens In 1955. If they want he must prove his leadership .in! WASHINGTON ,- (N E A)-, Another list of the 20 most am. feel to independent voters, says more active, and Donney sstet... ....P
: them they will, be notified in August. If they don't they'll be this fight with the Dave. Mc~onald- Chairman Arthur V. W a tk in sportent measures before Congresst t set a $500,000 budget last Maylcafe next to the Hotel ExI slr -LUt.s zcuti I I ~
d r o p p e .dI o hnJ ow ih no mLn ew ins9c o.mb iR .eU ti n h a19 5 5n d.h ae i( Ru.s U t a hp a s e sas efo u n d, t hdaht c oheit d pr h a p a1 4i ra sr ep adst h e s h o w anifxtre jdec t e d ,a anaen du rh e, w
isiifnt. that a way to treat an employee? No other division does higher wagq3. At .most ne. could six times since he became head ofl The..only really co mplete ist ofI Democratic National Committee[ York where many fortun~eswee]a os eumgo e
) "-this, why are teachers subjected to this treatmr/.t? With the gel just aboobtwhat the steelwork-n the new Senate committee investi- 1 everything the President nas ask-I set ani original goal of $45,000 tfor made at the luncheon tanles-i .. tiege. ~s
; s ~Income tax. and increased rents, these women teach to help rs and the rest of American labor gating charges against Sen. Josephl ea Congress foi is one kept by Bu. the 1954 campaign T h I s wasl only on the tablecloth. I u oeeu e.re
i make up the difference. Anyway, they are American citizens, gSot early this summer--somewh~ere_ R.- McCarth.y. (R., Wis. ):. reau of the Budget._It contains 2U rl aised_ toeS m~io-n at the reent Tho politica.lsceneesreevma~ oeiykf eOT S Uume w.
: with the vote andthey nay, taxes, and they should be eligible Ibetween -five and 10 cents an hour Se nator Watkins got up a form ite~ms..That's. nearly .doubletheI Kansas City meeting of paryl the.same. as .n former yes ..._ ...b...a
Vth an iieo Gvrmn o.The SupremeCourt Imore. That wouldn't starteay- letter of acknowledgment which W.ie.Hose.l.st. BdgtBuea eaes .,as necessary to meet the Red prolmi.bottes
~ -- 14,o Afem. vi m, im&-- nn,, n +N o A,, e.. h ,,t. nnt. m rih. w it. e- 1one. .was sent to all, his new corre Ils now waitng f rthe Pre~sident .to Republican eampaign challenge., it is i. an e .-only perl. .. .- ,. ., ,,1


4 Co"rremative of agagilen tool 42 Goes by univer i the auto executives to take on !erentage of his proposals adop- ,t o weeks. GOP as to wait unl
neithr 19 Forefather 43 Mineral (ab.) Walter Reuther in a showdown m by Congress depends a good "We'd be happy oahave 10 iper tae Piesident s.gn an act of Con-
I5 V a 21 Pan spring 59 Large cask fight. They probably wi. bit on who makes up the list sad cent of what e Democrats gress before in t t as a VA
.... .. what proposals are -ncluded.The we're getting," ..ays one GOP public law. W Pr e .n.
amoun Rusopi General...White House list o' 65 main Items spokesman. ., ower left for Denver, the overn-
m o.n, rr USSi I a eill gave 54 as having been Passed for Ctizens for Eisenhower, whichmen t printers were still laws
U r.=AYSC UR S a1 aprcentage .930. runs a separate operation to ap- bhn hi m.

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I I B a BAD OYENHAUSEN. Germany'
41 Pam es pt. V ((UP) Col. Gen. Anton
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eduatinal slan forces In East Oermany. vfs-
l in'ton. i- lied Gen. Richard Gale. British
m the Uni ed commander in Germany, today.


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Sen. Wiley, Churchill Discuss



European Defense Problems


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LONDON, Sept. 7 (UP)-Sen.,possible. The first reports of op-
Alexander Wiley huddled over position threatened to delay It at
European defense problems wit least.
Sir Winston Churchill today while A Foreign Office spoke sm a n
Britain strove to. smooth out a said it would be feasible to carry
mlarled timetable hobbling the on a four-power conference on
British plan for a nine-power for- -German sovereignty along with
ti ministers conference. Ithe nine-power conference Includ-
Tomorrow Wiley, chairman of lang the United Itates, Britain and
ihe U.S. Senate foreign relations France.
committee, will lunca with for- A full conference of the North
sign secretary Anthony .Eden. Atlantic Treaty Organiz a t io n
The Wisconsin MepubUcan Is would follow the consultaIt ions
touring th apitals fEuarpe which Britain im trying to promote
as abusy tulhy eoneoflelal A. for London.
median tmbeesbooter scouting German officials in Bonn said
the crisis folewing the death of Chancellor Konrad Ade n a u e r
EDC. would agree to a nine-power con-
Wiley called on Churchill for ference, but only after a careful
unch at the prime minister's diplomatic preparation.
country home, Chartwell. Adenauer returned from h Is
Churchill has called his cabinet Black Forest vacation to find
to a meeting tomorrow to explore trouble in his own governm e nt
to European defense crisis in gen- coalition over his weekend criti-
tral and the progress toward a cismnof Prrmier Pierre Mendes-
mie-power conference in particul- Franc have to say that
sr.- I regret to have to say
Churchill called off a Riviera M. Mendes-Frace wanted to de-
racation to take charge of Brit- tory te European De f e nr a s
ath's effort to set up a new Eur-. Community ," Ade w a
spean defense system to replace quoted i as saying 111an et
the European Defense Comminity view.. "What i important t
Informed sources reported. note Is that M. Meades-France
The sources said Churc h i has no majority behind him."
considered the next few weeks 'The leader o the Free Demo-
Smeat critical for th West- eratic Party, Thomas Dehler, a
a llance since the second former minister of justice. criti.
orlid war cized Adenauer.
nder Churchil.l's orers, Brt- "We emphatically reject the at-'
Inb envoys aboard were urging a tempt to turn Mendes-France In-
nine-power conference as soon as to the black sheep who fouled
'' up everything," Deer said at a
dM press conference.
T i as M He denounced Adenauer's cur-
STH IA 1_ d rent policy of pressing for an e.-
eventual European army, saying
A l liS T German membership in NATO,
would be the best way to rearm.
1 0 Mendes-France was preparing,
Z tr6ouh and couab, strange, sp) in Paris for a speech to the Anglo-
ok o ba that yowes am bhr American Correspondents Assn.
sleep--don't suff er ,another
ae tom roneoitis Asthm ewitehou which might give a clue to his
bytnl Mendaoee. Thid reat toterna plans.
medicinel recently developed ab But the initiative wis In Brit-
fleatiflo Amirican laboratory, works
hrouh the blood, thus remain your ain, at lepst for the time being.
lung and bronchial tubes. That s why Churchill was awaiting a detail.
Mendo work so at to helpryOUwthre ed memorandum from Adenau-
w oya. l.:Help o nature dissolve Idre-Gdm e ran yu sr miews.
novo, thick tranlin mucus.' Pro. er on Germany's views.
otes free easy breathing and sound Consultations on the return of
sleep so you soon feel O.K. AS. Quickl sovereignty to West Ge r m a n y
oat M ir your druggist were in full swing through diplo-
X7y. See how much better you tmr matic channels among the United
sleep tonight and how much better States, tritain, France and West
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Sabre Pilot Sets New

'Thompson Trophy Mark
DAYTON, 0.,Sept. 7 (UP) t- The old record for the Thomp-
Capt. Eugene P. bonnenberg of son Trophy eurse was u6i.1.
Kgfln Air ForFc Base, Fla., set nm.p,h. se here bast year by Brig.
new Thompson Trophy record of Gen. J Stanley Holtoner of the
WIS1 m.p.h. over the 100 kilo- US. Air Fore.,
meter (62 miles) closed epurse Sonnenberg, 34, a graduate of
last Friday at the National Air the University of Illinois and a
Show near here, cox M.unicilal ative of Chicago, was a Navy
Airport officials announced today, fighter pilot during World War
Sonnenberg traveled th e urse ou se T received his Air Force com.
again in a simulated run yester- mislon li May 1948 He ha log.
day, using a North American Sa ed a tot4l f 4 25 combat urs
bre which was an earlier version an a reFei AA e the tFi"-
h t e J .andr h has brec ved the r D pisho
of the record breaking Sabre ed Flyi ngh rss, SHver taor and
he used Friday. Air Medal among his deoatlons.
The run to day wa not time d Meanwhile, the GeneralEketrl
and was not o11 mcial because the Trophy was ores rented to Mal,
Air Force had grounded all late- GenAlbert Byd, commander of
model Sabres asg to the the Wright Air Development Cen-
show pending outcome of an in-ter, Wright-Patterson Air Force
investigation of Sunday's explosion Ba 0., In behalf of Armstrong,
that killed Maj. Jni L. A r m .who had broken, the record prior
strong of Placentua, Calif. to his death less than 24 hours
The new Thompson mark was previously.
not close to the o100 kilometer rec- .."
ord is 728.11 m.p.h., set in the A crowd of 42,106 watched yes-
ord is 72.11 m.p.h., s8et in the terday's events, making a total of
fall of 1953 by a Douglas Skyray 200,844 for the three-day air show.
piloted by R. 0. Rahn. Douglas This topped last year's announe-
test pilot. ed attendance here by about 5,0_00.


MAKES SLEEPING EASIER-Mattress maker Nathan-Peri-
man, of Brooklyn, N. Y., seems happy as he holds $2260 that's
all his. He found the money in a bag at his shop and turned the
find over to the police. When no one claimed the loot, It became
his. Perman took the money to a Federal Reserve Bank, where
the cer M .*recalAed 20 years ago, were exchanged ftc new bills.


MONDAY
FLIGHT No.


Leave
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Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive


Tocumen ............ 8:00
David .............. 9:30
David ................10:00
Armuelles ..........10:20
Armuelles .........10:40
David ..............11:00
David ................11:30
Tocumen ......... 1:00


FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tocumen............. 8:00
Arrive Colon ................ 8:20
Leave Colon ............... 8:50
Arrive Boca* ................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

TUESDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David................ 9:30
Leave David ..........10:00
Arrive Armuelles .........10:20
Leave. Armuelles ............10:45,
Arrive "Changuinola ....11:30
Leave Changuinola ......12:15
Arrive Bocas ..................12:25
Leave Bocas ............. 1:00
Arrive Colon ............... 2:10
Leave Colon ............... 2:30
Arrive Tocumen .......... 2:50


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FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Changuinol ...... 9:30
Leave Changuinola ......10:00
Arrive David ............. 10:45
Leave David ..............11:15
Arrive Tocumen ..........12:45
WEDNESDAY
FLIGHT No. 1
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive David ................ 9:30
Leave David ..................10:00
Arrive Tocumen ............11:30
FLIGHT No. 2


Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive


Tocumen ............ 8:00
Colon .............. 8:20
Colon ................ 8:50
Bocas ..................10:00
Bocas ..............10:30
CJhanguinola ......10:40
Changuinola ...4.11:10
Armuelles ..........11:55
Armuelles ..........12:15
David ...............12:35
David ............. 1:15.
Changuinola ...... 2:00
Changuinola ..... 2:30
David ................ 3:15
David ............ 4:30
Tocumen ......... 6:00


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


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P.M.


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DENVER, Sept. 7 (UP) -Pres-
ident Elsenhower checked into
ltsaslmmons Army Hospital hereI
yesterday, shortly after making
his significant Labor Day speech,
but the White House said **there
Is nothing wrong. It's Just his
annual check-up.'
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the chief
executive would stay in the hos-
pital over night and start work
as usual again today at his Low-
ry Air Force-Base office.
"This is Just his usual physical
checkup," Hagerty said. "It hau-
pens every year. He is quite in-
sistent on it."
The President appeared cheer-
ful and a4 relaxed as a veteran
performer yesterday when he ar-
rived at the studios of radio sta-
tion KOA, an outlet of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Co. where
his radlo and TV speech origi-
nated.
He arrived at the station more
than an hour before broadcast
time and, after working a few
minutes with TV cameramen, re-
tired to an executive suite for
coffee and a last minute look at
his notes.
He returned to the studio some
20 minutes before he went on the
air to watch the televised care-
monies at Shippingport, Pa.,
where the first commercial atom-
ic power plant was dedicated.
The President read his atomle,
energy message from two sets of,


Patiiio Gets
Green Light On
Divorce Case


PARIS, Sept. 7 (UP) Jalme
Patiflo, Bolivian tin heir, got an
official go-ahead today on his
divorce case against the former
/ Joanne Connelley, New York
cover girl.
The Seine civil court granted
permission when Mrs. Patlfio
passed up the "reconciliation
session" required by French law.
She has instituted a counter-ac-
tion for divorce In Switzerland.
They were married here last
spring. On their honeymoon in
Italy Mrs. Patfifo ran out on her
husband charging that he beach
her. He counter-claimed that she
drugged herself day and night.


AL NOTICE'


FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Changuinola ...... 9:30
Leave Changuinola ......10:00
Arrive David ................10:45
Leave David ...1.............11:15
Arrive Tocumen ..........12:45


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


FRIDAY
FLIGHT No.


Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
. Arrive
Leave
Arrive


Tocumen ........... 8:00 A.M.
David ................ 9:30 A.M.
David .................10:00 A.M.
Armuelles .........10:20 A.M.
Armuelles ............10:40 A.M.
David ...............11:00 A.M.
David ..................11:30 A.M.
Tocumen ............ 1:00 P.M.


FLIGHT No. 2
Leave Tocumen ............ 8:00
Arrive Colon ............... 8:20
Leave Colon ............. 8:50
Arrive Boca$ ................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
Leaye 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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SATURDAY
and SUNDAY


Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive


Tocumn ............ 8:00
David ............. 9:30
David ................10:00
Tocumen ......... 11:30


A.M.
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Boquete is served by the airport at David You'll
enjoy the scenic 40 minute ride over a fine highway.


7 COMPAI1IA PANAMENA DE AVIACION


2-by-S-foot cue cards strategi-
caily placed about five feet in
front of his desk to allow him to
shift his gaze from time to time.
I Although smiling and appar-
entjy in good humor, he had lit-
tle to say before the telecast.
He did pick up the special
"fission" rod with which he later
set in motion a power shovel
some 2,000 miles away and re-
mark to a studio official nearby.
"It's a remarkable thing, lIsn't
It?"
The President went immedi-
ately to his Lowry offices after
the teelcast and met with two
Republicans from Oklahoma.
Rep. Page Belcher and Fred
Mock. Republican nominee forb
U.S. Senate.
Mock, who will oppose veteran
Democratic Sen. Robert 8. Kerr
in the general election, quoted
the President as saying, "Okla-
homa has had three Republican
senators since statehood. I see
no reason why they shouldn't
have a fourth."
After seeing the Oklahpmans,
the Presidhent drove to the hoxs-
pital.

PHI-Roffing Pan

Gets Safe Spot

At Smithsonlan


WASHINGTON (UP) The
copper pill-rolling pan used to
manufacture America's first mass.
produced sugar-coated pills is on
exhibit the Smithsonian Intsitute
here.
The French began sugar-coating
bitter pills in the 1830's, and Wil.
liam R. Warner, Philadelphia drug-
gist, introduced the process to this,
country in i*1B Thea ill. s- -.-w p a


immediate hit with patients.
Warner suspended a copper pan
from the ceiling of his shop. He
placed the pills and coating is-
gredients in the pan which hei
swung gently back and forth until
the pills rolling around in the su-i
gar solution became coated. A
thousand or more pills were coated
in one operation.
Today, pharmaceutical manufac-
turers employ g a n t rotating;
drums to achieve the same pur-
pose, coating several h u n d red
thousand at one time.


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MOTHERLY INSTINCT-Mama Bobble, a two-year-okld mn
dog, puts a protective paw on one of two rabbits shbe .dp
She became a foster parent for the two cottontails, naumedSh :
and Nippy, after they wandered into the dog's yard in Dallas,'j

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Beginning Sept. 17, Dumont's says that's the only thlng she can
"Chance of a Lifetime," starring think of to call herself-is a big-
Dennis James, will be sponsored time performer in spfte of lack of
ya big perfume company (Len. ambition. She sports a big dia.
heric). This is, as far as anybody mond ring ("I gave it to myself
Wows the first time a perfume on my 21st birthday) and a fancy
purveyor has ventured into major gold bracelet ("That's just a copy
television. And now the contest- -cost $2) and generally Is enjoy-
ants will be competing for dollars ing the fruits of her reluctant star-
and scents. dom.
Actually, it represents something "On an impulse she said, "I
of a major ris tfor a perfume just bought a mink coat."
company to turn TV producer. If Stardom Is nice-if you're the
the show turns out to be a flop, impulsive type.
there'll be the very obvious gag
-both the show and the spoi;sor's Frank Sinatra has scheduled a
product smells. trip to Korea after he finishes
Too bad Lentheric didn't decide shooting his next movie, "Not As
to sponsor some heavy dramatic a Stranger." He'll entertain the
show-then you could call it a GIs.
smelodrama. Frankle should be a natural in
"I just want to get married and iKorea--e's built a lot like the
have children." 38th parallel.
Thus spake Dotty Mack, a tall When Walter Cronkite left CBS.
and lovely brunette who is a star TV's "The Morning Show," on
(of medium magnitude) in spite which he was replaced by Jack,
of herself. This is a gal who nev. Paar, he got a mess of letters
er sought fame and fortune, but from his fans. One of them ex-
fame and fortune (of medium pressing regret that he was leav-
magnitude) sought her. ing, was from Mrs. Howard Paar -
She was a Cincinnati model of Indianapolis. She's J a c k's -
when she was spotted by a TV mother. |
executive. He was looking for tal-1 A- f
ent for a new Cincinnati TV sta- A GI from Tokyo reports on a
tion. tour he took through the city. One
"I told him I couldn't do any. of the points of interest, of course,
thing," she says, quite frankly, was the Imperial Palace. The
But they made her a gal Friday guide, in broken English, told how
for Paul Dixon, who was pioneer- the grounds of the Palace are only, j
ing the business of pantomiming opened to the general public twice
records. She started pantomiming a year.
herself and one pantomime led
to another, and now she has her "But big shots can come other
own show over ABC-TV, plus a! times," he said, with a grin. "Big
local Cincinnati show. She still op. shots like Eisenhower and McCar.
erates in. Cincinnati and is very thy."
happy there.
TV Toppers
DURWOOD KIRBY ("Garry AKC FRIFNOS
Moore Show" CBS-TV): Hmmm,
pretty girl,'pretty face, pretty -
gure, pretty soon my wife will
come along.


"My family is there and every.
thing," she says. "I never wanted
to be a star at all. I just want a
family. After all what good is
fame and money k you don't have I
happtbies?' I'm happy in Cincin.
Zati, so I've turned down all the
chances to go to Hollywood or
come hera to. New York."
While she speaks dispara ingly
of her own talent, it is onsders. The sooner you write a bread
ble. The ability to move your Upe and-butter letter to the hostess
exactly I ynchrontn ta who- has entertained you a
c s ou he ines. As uat, the better'
doing voice, hM tl m oe the
t try It somedt t fiemta t m our a
A tough. And, betweomimiest M -ful t-I h sound conyiW
network shows, she tackles up- g you put off writing as long
wards of 80 songs a week. as you can. .
"Obviously," Dotty says, "you A prompt letter carries enthu-
can't memorize that many songs. l*sm by its promptnesa.
We work with a dead mike, and
I have a man with a megaphone
who calls out the lines. As I'm lokhofm mscal t
Doing one line, he tells me the
, ext. I actually sing aloud, too. 1i
I've found that makes it much'
And so this pantomimist she


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drawers near the window?" purse. hav been children who I
r ij,. ,Individual Ideas just die still- Her dependence Is the key to fered consistent d
A.,P l. aaM9 born in Iren. Her long experience her dishonesty. Thieves are tblev- of their own su
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make he new skirt from he old call Irene dishonest and savay, .
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sgtUix^ blocks apartk But this m Ireon thought, too. hen whatthis?"o- t
S.invitations to a n u t u a I sh did was to wander into her
.O 7, 1 di s8.: OL.. n .I4end's party faced them with mother's bedroom. From thW purse I Such scenes are frequent be-
0 071Aw &Sd 0 -t the same problem. on the table, she renimbved a de-., tween Irene and her mother. For
SKEach, for the occasion, wanted apartment store charge plate. Irene, trained to look for all her I ne '~'u liUllc
a new skirt. Each knew that mon- Telling her mother she had I solutions in her mother, has now
S-en before they left for the ey, to buy it would be denied by books to return to the library, she learned to force them from her.
' States two years ago. her mother. took a bus downtown, chose a new VU W w
skirt and charged it to her moth- IF she overspends her weekly
M, Mf ell lMie s Has Visitors What Bess did first was to her's account. allowance, she expects the same Ol L Ur
At Sata a3ara. think. Then, humming a little tune contempt for her need of more
Visiting Miss Genell Bliss at to herself, she ran up to her WHY couldn't she, like Bess, money as for her opinion on the
her Santa Clara home over the room. 'There, from her closet she find a solution in herself? rearrangement of her room. So
week end were Col. and Mrs. Wil- took the last summer's pink pique Well, a couple of days ago, she she is unable to present her need cook s
Hliam Hornish, and her nelce and dress that had- grown too short- got a fruit stain on 4. blouse. She for it as respectable. Needing it,
nenhew, Mr. and Mrs. William H. wasted. was old, "Give it to me, You'll
Allen. Col. Hornish has been as- With scissors, she began to snip ruin it." If she ever tries to re-
signed as Adjutant General in the at Its belt stitches. She took care arrange her room, she'stold, "Put
United States Army, Caribbean. not to snip cloth because she your bureau back. Don't you i
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THE GOVERNOR AD HIS LADY took off yesterday on a
vacation trip to see. the sights and say hello to their many
friends In South American capitals. They're stopping at
Lima both ping down and coming back. In between, Gov.
and Mrs. Junos 8. Seybold will cross to Buenos Aires, and
swing as far north as Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. On
their Way home, they .wll visit in Santiago. Chile and Quito,
Ecuador. This will be the first extensive trip through Latin
America to have been made by a Governor of the Canal
Zone. while in office.
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INTEB-AMERICAN WOMANS CLUB COOKING GROUP
ENJOYS UNCHEON AT COUNTRY-HOME IN ARRAIJAN
A dbllclous luncheon was enjoyed recently at the country
home la Arraljan of Mrs. RogeHlo de Arosemena when she
was hostess to the cooking group of the Inter-American
Woman's Club and other distinguished guests.
Almost 50 ladles from the Canal Zone and the Republice
pq&took of a menu of typical Panamanian dishes. Luncheon
was served in the patio, where the tables were decorated
wlth echibds and other tropical flowers.
Me dames Uruda de Ventura Mary do Garcia dOJParedes, Re-
and Ledas' i M. ppol weW club sario de telton, a de Arau,
chairmen of Ularo.ni n Fey w As 41 N, a
., Nat, eRvers,
w '^ '.. U'aA l..w, bebr Si^m'-e parrtho, Ana de Lago,
sisternW.6 1F A o island, Idsa de A eid, Pan ta de Ponce
New Yort, at the ed mos G. Rejas and Meli da de Salvador.
lei e-Adler, Hebmar R. Bay Wl...
lam. O. Butter, Z. Biomberg, Wil. Allen Family Returns
Bam J. Bright, Jr., George Da. To Canal Zone
niels, I Daalels, Hugh R. Fenton, Mrs. William H. Allen of Po-
Charie LLeie, N.. Z. Stephens, mona, Calif, with her daughters,
WIlMfa W- Therrel, Thomas S. Betsy and Lurline, and mother-,
Mehbel*, Jnoh Townsend, B. in-law, Mrs. Lorena Allen, have I
Tauber, Weldon White and D. returned to the Canal Zone andI
Vamsvax. are living in Rodman. Mr. Allen,
a Navy coordinator on the 60-cycle
Also the Mesdames Rosita de1 conversion program, returned in,
Hernaudoe, Adela de Hernandez, May and expects to be assigned
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MORRISON u-u ca July Aves & SL o. Central o.- 141161 4 Ceavall Ive. 1.49 Cintral v lese.s
usto Aroseme Avo ard33 SL No. 3 Lotteur Plaza PMarqu Lefevre 7 Street 50 atret NR OL
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H street No. 67 Via aparta No. 34 4I0- .V'S Pentiottse PXrsty
4:30---9it's Your Favorite
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL & OWeS a. pone 4:00)
5:35-NWhat's Your Favorit
Sosehold -Automobles TRADE ONLY:--Beautiful complete. GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beoch Cot- PROFESSIONAL 5 :35-- ot
,I furnished country home in Santo taoges, modern conveniences, mod- (c-"t'd)
RSALE--4-burner gs se 30 FOR SALE:-Two 1948 Chevrolet se- lara: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths large erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. 6:00-U.S. Army Band (USA)
Studio couch $65. bab 's dresser dans, good condition. By competi- living-diningroom, kitchen, patio. Philips. Oceanside cottages, Santa / 6:15-BLU RIBBON SPORTS
"0 3- l or lamp $10. Call tive bids. Coll Quarry Hts. 4143. Vorety of fruit and saode trees, on Clara. Bo1 435, Bolboa. Phone Ask your Derlfggi RNVIEW
Panoma 3-5426. IFOR SALE: 1950 Codillc Model large plot of landscoped ground, Paroma 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673. e: i I :30-Lie With The, Lyons
62, excellent condition new cool and secluded. Tool shed in rear
Al NEXT WrEK MUST SELL een ct rs.5n can be converted into guest house. SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses on the N7 Weldwoo ,kine BC).
mal 2- white tires, new seat covers. Phone 7:00-NZCAFZORGAN U ni-
8Wes,8-nghouse Loundrom. Qs. 116-B., Gullck. Has connecting bathroom with beach at Santa Clara. Telephone OD, E
cycle, eaosly coneed hen CZ. -6,- -trs. .-- shower. Will trade for land to build THOMPSON, Bolboa 1772, eve- 7:1-HOW CHRISTIAN SCI-
S goes to 60-cycle. excellent condi-FOR SALE: -- Hillmon sedon $350, home within city limits. Call Pona- nings. NClV HEALS
oiia 33 *i %elhm wihnct li sCall Pana- nings. nl ot B
o o g .. ,- C B balance on terms. Fully insured. ma 2-2521. WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Cot- 7:3-Rport From The U.S.A. ACTLIKE E LOOK LIKE 'EM-e,
lo. 786 FOR SALE: 1953 Buick H/To FOR AL bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. Sets In Minutes 8:0-Musical Theater (VOA) "cue bal". Judge John T. McW am ent the bo to
Balboa 1ower any time Bonsd like1. --"cu e ban" haircuts. J h
SBabo n. Rivier: Radio, w/s/w tire, cusetm S Ct e 8:30--Amrican Rou table a barber aftergdlJudge M
-OR SALE Exro large 60-ccle trim, Dynflow, only 7000 miles. MilceMaDeOUs FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile post Packed in Handy Tubes (VOA) said "It rowdies can't h any better than bliad ball,
GE ref rgerator. Real mHost 1lebs Only $1 900, wil take trade-in. Sana Clara. Lw ra 2-1866 Ready to Use on 9:00-You Asked For It (Re- e to lk I
bi Fet room devder. Call 82-2285 Jack Weir, SMOOT & PARDES, FOR SALE:-Zenith table model com- Boboa 2-1866. Wood, Paper, Clth t-lease hone be- -
o Pnom 3-579 aer4 Buick Dealer. binotion radio and record player, C0R1'KIT % P -p O 3:) -----hone be---

vertible, S /s51w tires, radio, newr L-EAVIN NEXT WEEK, MUST SELL: E. e er m0- ,a Party
Gole scaleupgo 15 Roebuc erk b attn 0 e ord -one. L S Ga RefrgerEba Stor 0ps $;umn Central Ave. 27. 11U:00-Ms s From Hotel El CIlrSr0 l MInt s0"R.....U r
;c._ner table und 24 sidebar 827, after 3:30 pm. 2-hpO 25-cycle motor $15;25- FOR RENT:-Cholet, 5 bedrooms, ol- Tel. 0140 Panama
caabe :-1l: 5-roadwayinRev
Stable 24 lwn mor 8r cycle power transformer for trans- so smaller detached bartment 1115-roadwy In Review *
F er lorks and spcons 18 p.eces. FOR SALE:-1953 Studebaker Cham- mtter, con handle 2-807's; hun- both 150 month. Overlooking (K G (US sN) y e ll nte
S I 620-B Ancon Bko pion 2-door, perfect condition, only dreds of other radio. electrical on* Panma Golf Club. Panamusico, 11 *:30--One Night Stand
-- -* 12.000 miles. Phone 5-521 miscellaneous items. Will sell indi- Phone Pnomo 2 0083O 1f2:00-s1 f Off
odel EOR SALE:--On Rccount ofN ripT1950 viNeuelly. or everything for $150.
Strt three bedrooms hot W ater, teiroce Dpaerec aod I a.ON ACA AW.e Aayor.er orporaYN

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old S2. Balboa 2-630 18, rer "Vsco," Fabrego. FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet iat I and pn. Ock Club (Requests- ties In this year's erica ert M mCona r, a
FOR SALE:-1948 DodgeCusto -FORSALE:- New Hampshire" Biet.la. Visto. Phone 3-1713. tua I V n.Iw-bdro c:ha 18-ya r-old bleeeto dpa p trcume l anla er enccntnd til
S FOR SALE-Bend utooor sedan, Fluid drive, plastic set e da old 24c. eoch. FOR RENT blo 8:15-hurch In The Wildwoodblo as Mis Cnec a
Ing machine. good condition tO covers, good paint, one owner, lw LPhorie 2-5206 or 5739. FOR REN I ----OMusical Revll pa an M lS
cce. $60. 44th Stree No. mileage. $600. Bolboa 3755 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY :00-Bas l T contest officials charged Vo- meant the ',uchs brigade left he
S Aprment 4. FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Fordor OFFERS OFFICE FURNITURE __ TR ANSPORTES d 9:10-Newsetown, Con hot Mis F s had the
FOR SALE alumnus on "6" Hydrmatic, radio seat covers, FOR SALE ATTENTION Just built modern 9:5-acd Heart Program rase e e
Sbnds v good ondon reoon very good condition. Bernhardt, Al- eoled bids. fr opening in public, will furnished apartments. one, two eAX E S.A :-A I ee It r n t re.
ble. Call 2-1872 after p. brook 417 o 3185. be received until 10:30 o.m, Sep- bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel- Pace Sh :00-News Cnet e's as
I ....- --- ..._ _,_tember 15, 1954, in the office of Su- ephone Ponomo 3-4941. acke, npers, 10:05--Off The Record (Requests .nn r n lthe bisge a he sidt rI ttou ht
Position Offered FOR ALfor Storage andnt filing cabinets, desks FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish. Tels.: 2-2"2 & 2-2451 lease phone before 9:30) America of 1955" ttle. h u trusted y aco oI Connetict
G-ISH TEACHER. European school- Storehouse, telephone 3-I 256. Invi- Con ta c t Alhambra Apartments, 11'30-Me e cord cntede the Medical Corps in th lleb cout orderam Cone-
t wntN d by o Spanishs-peak- FI R SALE:-5 hectNres nice lty on taion No. 1 17 may be obtained fro 10th Street Phone 1386, Colon. 12:00-Ne Koren War, head of the special beauty squad
ng lades. Phone 3-3497 he .nterAmerican Highwy ust the above source, or from the office FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom lared all-ot wa on contest of- assigned to guard the would-be
otm 24815, at toeue-Lunchtime Melodies e rcl8 as she was escorted from
West of Rio Chiriqui in El Volon of Superintendet of Storehouses, tel- portment, i51st Street No. 42. Un- UII 4 IW id 12:05--Lunchttme Melodies ic-al as sh es coredd rs Mlsses America. told Miss Fuchs
S. / with title, good neighborhood $500 phone 2-18 5. furnished. For further details call 12:3-Populr Music eaquarers she could keep the badge but he
Hei Wonted cash. For details writ or ask for LEAVING NEXT WEEK, MUST SELL: Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337. O ni nl 1: --- :00-News "rhn. a th st, would be "ignored completely"
..- --- Johnston in Lo Concepcn. -Kodak Medalist II, like new, with FOR RENT 2-bedroom apartment 1: l-.Music Of Manhattan s is nt allowed h m ete by pageant officials. He said she
S REQUIRED'--Mo.d for nertl house- 1 tripod, flosh and exposure meter, wth maid30---ons Of The Pioneers with the 0 other beautie who. would et none of the privileges
rk. No co.ng Mus sleep n. |* $225; hearing aid. one of the best Via Porras No. 106, Apartment OO iAfl CAn 45-Radio University (VOA) bean registering this morning enjoyed by bone fide contest-
S. Phone 3-2547 kes, used I month, $100; tools; across from Hotel El Panoma. In ofcaial 2:00-Date In Hollywood atnstsfch ards
Books (electrical, radio, fiction and 2:15-81ging Americana MiConntit oPatricei said he had promot-
miscellaneous); other items. A. C. FOR RENT:-Semi-furnished -bed- The Canal Zone Interscholastic 2:30-Tex Beneke Show iss Connecticut Dorothy e ed the official Mss onnetiut
Bullock, 786-B Taverill Street oom apartment, gas stove, refri- football schedule has the Canal 2:4 Hank now And Hi Rain- Hopkins, of torrs nn, who contest for many years but that
ew l D OO s l Phone Balboa 1828 any time. gerator. Very cool. Overlooking Zone Junior College opening the bow Ranch Boys arrived inAtlantic City the Miss America of ftnlals re-
IIa fllF SALES.A.S. Commissary, Via Belisorio 1954 season In the famed am- 3:00-Festival Of Waltzes when Mis Fuchs put in her sur voked his franchise this year
S--- I FOR SALE Porras, Son Froncisco. Tel. 3-5024. boree at newly renovated Mt. 3:15--ammy Kaye Show prisiUtise a pearance. s ater he a l had taed
A hook delned to aid th be- -- FOR RENT:-Comfortable apartment. Ho stadium Sept. 24. 3:;0-Muatc For Wednesday had e hed a hhed in number of Prelnary local
:.. inin and the experienced tol e rto Mdtorcyclee Bindependent, unfurnished. Phone ue schedule arrived safely 4: -eature Review- Mual he a ol on t contest.
book designed to aid ____be-______ unfurnished. 0:9111--Feature R o ntelt h-ds contest
gni g o Oa r th e4 ,. xpt tbe. The ter (VOA) wt a o He sdthe fac wa git
triving, wht y'leje_ nd. .fil Zone Thursday on the Patii- motorcycle, good condition. 502f, or:--wpartment to rsponlthis time of the season cthe l-I
Sma liner Ancon, according to the Ancon. Phone 2-1857. son. Coc del Mar, 6th Ae lge team has one back, no ends, before 4:00) magat xor Lenodre 1l9n
Zone Library shelves during the I p tackle, 1 guard, and no cent- 5:30-News
ast week.-- thiweekThe Panama ler t Is sailing FOR RENT:--Lorge two-bedroom fur- ers; aside from that al is well 5:35-What's Your F a v o rite were routed from the premise. eril de uper oRyano
S. this week two days later than ts e Ie nshl apartment, hot water. Tivo. for the Green and White. How- (cont'd) Miss Fuchs, a 5 foot 6beaut iued ,nunoion reentin
"Driv, Tod. and. ..... normal schedule because of the A mrcn i Avenue. Phone Panama 2-0170. ever, that may not be quite e- 6:00-Here To Veterans (VOA) weight 15 pn unds, arrived t ie onm uting th vtitne
row" bY Margaret 0. Hyde, givesL r DaY h da FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment in nHgh b -ecause hordeso Balboa IBBON 8PORTS iat a Cn llc l Mi s t Connecticut or their con-
uB- d eo p asn h an rit will arrive Wednesday A nd Qouic, delicious little pizzas are house No 30 51st Street 5$80 School Players have tbeen REVIEWa n is. ot eeva d upr
ri s rb is ^ r the Isthms Eckburg flew a group of editors to 7 pInqu.m.e Gelberts Offic Grge Jeronmon high- a practice or quite :3-Report From the A marked for oute y Miss Ameri Miss America pageant ffcals
?OW a*u the Ancon alio wos 3a on Saturday ono the return guests over Lar Day at home de a Oss Street No. 10. (VA p. a spei to45udOLhLYWOOD NEWS|n, 11 the nh otn wa)
s well what t can and trip an-' to the States t te W arn .e ea them riecenl ynONT Ho n sande pet m esk selected to enter the contmu
S notda well ... .a ratIt .n f haer usual Friday departure. at a reunion party given by FOR RENT:-U.S. Air Force inspect- And this year there are two 7:00-NESCA ORGAN A L- At the contest re dept heo f- however, an Patricelli has filed
bokM the ac ew Most of the Canal Zone pas- Charles A. Eckburg, president of ed one-bedroom prtment, am- r ft b achk es ha 900ODIE s asS e .
Rltboo M n uhad thedvice ,.te wo be Canal g Ybager tall coaches s at Partytn
bo skeneers bd C em lo the Borden Cheese, Co. Pletl y furnished. Apply Peru e- the Balboa High School. There :1-Your Dan c n g ica Miss Cnetiut b
and comments of manyMr. and Mrs. In addit to ree years ago the genial Mr. nue No. 11, Apt 2, between 5 anfi rivat elevator Jersey superior Court against
I s the passengers for the Isthmus, Eckburg flew a group of editors to 7 p.m. (in front of Garage Remon). high school d el o 7:30-Report From th ma for use by Miss
S turea cthe Ancon also has 31 passen- n an t suay M e ceese n-s Rp teams, thus o presenting, four A
f -'- .. complete list of new books gers booked for Port-au-Prince. dustry firsthand. He gives a re- R RENT team league, but some one yelled 8:00-Music Roth
S h.t i authr rs- a e. e The -complete advance pasoen- union of that cheese safari every and "horse athrs all t o t eate -
b their autebray f olws n u ger list for the canal Zone fo- yewar at New tork's Stork Club.g Rooms traveled fast. To bring back the 9:00-You Askeud For It (Re-
Cby the Library follows, u I lw im m is eenhale on reiv he e uil t a nt a e tba h eckney to at t est -plearea phone bedy

andOTo ro- w D- H g Te dmay Mr. and Mrs. John T Barrett, Here are two ways to use Amer.: engaRENsT refigheero s, k3itl- S Mpool t ers foroe evell owo to 10:30- Eddy's Penthouse be-l
1 eus a D.o He H r. and Rsix children; William anheeses for pleasant enter- East No. 9 near La sc o. slam back the chlare hor-
n ur SteellBehrendt; Mrs. Querida M. Ber- aiang l. FOR RENT:-Furnished rooms in the tobal High School and the Jun-1ril l: 00Wayne Kind Serenade "
S ohelr; ei.mn nv ArchW-l geri and two children; Earl R. Miniature- Pizza city; 2 small rooms, $30, at Las or College. t h:30-One Night rtand as
S 'ecduread Aronn Aricca; the and.; Mr. and Mrs. JamesP (es d i pla_ za Sabonos. No. 98, Callo Estudianto.. ":4--Music To Dream By
inard Afrca the .. ru.ie __oukalls and 2 chindren: Mr. winh n okat dw. .... n hone From o, lasgt r,, .Inh1:00--S the off mo ta'"
iMRcisue Mas. a hilr.en: M r One (10-ounHe) can Bake' *n' E Gn from the Eadt H
children ; Mr. and Mrs. Ala pastel 2 tablespo ons dr Ver- Iasho ners Expnt i of Slastmb ear ae b n h r h e o
Benion, The Cte o Loe Brede and 2 children: Miss Clem mouth, If -desired 1 (3-ounce)Fr st h BF l o e Nfourteen ouf thhtod st
Bas r ont e Brown; Mr. ankd Mrs. Anna M. paca P1h pinR cheeseprs, dashie an Roay icks Bseatis-ing atDonr
tkW. Hobargeandr so c h ol ars s pl ads n-etse d by a dyna- In rE ans w e te ag ods
children; rn The T lee Fn U P aroun cheeseh fo rhUtahnSo tate.eW ailV- o f Am erica
bran: and Pi es fm son; Mrs Ann M ottre see; o no ave ges touching. TI. hno eorkslving ,-
un a r o an dMrs. E'aryl C.- Hummern tLse heesanBake according to package dire- (Cot ed From Paae ob Morrs to cheer them and did not hi frthcmin marriage to Carlotta Soona. Th giest wor















mm~,,htr mttw, Tt u~o,, ,..'.,,,nT ,_""_umm~r, tLe 'hee~amttnstoom em. ] | toc~her teunadtii nthe beginning omfri tto Crlota Slins abetehaorl


a AM Noman Hutch- perf sit u the KZ41
other kind. It Is more durable, Mr Ma Jan whee he wk idd aik o on h t,
SMrs. William M: Jen- Stir in % cup pecans and 4cp mll. When hi em p loyer did' usual interest whenDgs


f ar r f neatrn o li t r, and 3t i n h rs n:au n n td l.
11er' and? chi^ldr en: Mrs. Aen nc a pMarsley. Shape mixture into ball.'Crystal c r o r e na I l ew up, ho e d de dr h de Fianne g a n's and br er. 1 1 .
.... q oond ab ov III- H. Kr and 2 chodi n ihnditn dd h r John lac i goC ln w ewaxd clcoear... ...... h in r n 6a Ie da ereigh Damwe oou.
more comfortable f .ubu tton;M Helen M Corm n; paper. Chill overnight b red- a es a t aith rik ernd soe oney atohe A other Fta t Cl andl
p e.........mattran... yu areM. and Mrs, paper. Chll ov ernight. Pearl ases ls ....e ued would sleep over In La BOca and had been contracted to iht
SA. atr. Louis r MCO ff About r r before sein La Tausca shows one neck-con wait for daylight. Ta, 0'during a workout
investing your money In and 2 ; Mr. and Mrs. Ar- ball In mixture of remaining p eanIn the oth
tle wlpaydhLor- o haring necklace of 10 strands A i ct A tton Mortoni Monday.
n twh for of enjoyable rdst, M. .J_ and 2 chlldren;ceans andparsley. Place on platthertwisted into one. The necklace is not ath Cros- A rematch was 1iatly 6 -0 x1.. II
IDewey IL Haniand surround with crisp crackers combines oink, green, red and na Z pone poite rord he dou- a lejand as T on andls6.t-
from the very ft moment nd 2 children Mrs. e and fruits n season. serve as hor brown. f tor le s sh w n then e e lae tt ed T sO over eftoer hardners I
lie on It. Maurer; Mr. Arthur Meren; ron Vin-f'or.enant heown tenoenees complaned that referee eah r 6..1
Rrae are n w aatty MIr. 'gold, and gold alone i uefo theig at Gazboa. He apparently b. aout. Mhasa l e m

i",_ Rocr di. Cmto Iath- Crleo s Fr c onert:. Mr. and tassels at the end. guards although he ohad tant oherI o ,, decialoned Ja W Le
apect them at CanalAnn J.al PAM oeuley and 3 chii- poitunity of stealing it. Zrnm, 12%, of Pa maC n

Tel.eo 2-034 nnA Rih ond and daugh- s children; Mr. and Mrs. am P. capacity. use of the police report, the ven f v o No. 21 Atee e:
SN. Smiley; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice aTausa recommended they be' ad he felt he would like In the other"h, Lut"isLu AT ""-- "
Sterling and son; MIN Lorna worn hanging loone, soigivn ars"on an seriua Y a M rti2, 4lo a tros g re d-t
Stone; Mrs. Helen M. Thomas the breeze; as a belt; as a I& ."Tb crime couldt as serious a carlos Orti& 14L Strong armed
M d 2 c'anoren- Mr. and Mrs. looped through a jewelle.vtn as i u have b jdro won
Mto t Mr. abd M &An V. Turner and around your neck useveal suspended sentence onthethe first bout o night, li
son:- Ida 2. Wagner and and at varying lengths. crg of r urng Mteailir 1 e rd
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S a u J D ROLLY Dewey To Announce Tonight
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-- ---C 4B Whether Hell Run Or Not

Mid Prleto Leaves F Ce len Dubois, Susan and Janet Mid- b Eskin Jobm sr
Mit Franees Prieto P 1jot, te dieton, Snuffle Chase, LourdesFa- I 7 kM L u ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 7 (UP) President risenhower is known
daughter of Mr. Pablo Prieto, Jr., brega de Parada, Annette Walker, -Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. twice to want Dewey to run again but
of Panama City, left over the Debbie Schmahl Terry del Valle. the Republican Party's candidate feels that a man has a right to
weqked for the States where she Kathy Juils. Mike, Steve and for president and a public serv- withdraw from politics If he wants I .
wl enter Miami University. Miss Kevin Cur, Robbie Stevens and HOLLYWOOD (NEA) ol. to death as an actor. I'd never ant for nearly 25 years, will an- to after 25 years of service.
wa graduate of Balboa Elie Rohrmoser. lywood on TV: Dea Arna's idea aow another producer to do It." nounce tonight whether he will
holwith the class of 1954. of ood TV comedy or drama: LSSON IN OW to become a seek a fourth term in Albany or There have been reports Dewey
Nothing muat happen on the TV comedy writer. As a arcraf retire from politics would enter the Eisenhower a
Wa on CotllM Plans Dance Isereen which you would not want engineer, Harry Winkler wrote Dewey has kept both Republi- ministration If he quit state po-
Bat rd igh t to o happen in your own home." j s in his spar time and sold cans and Democrats In suspense lities. But there also have been
Son Cotillion Club them to eorge Gobel. Now he's for months while he made up hisI reports he plans to start a law
will htwd anin mal dance Satur- Okay for Lucy, maybe, bU it quit the blueprints to become mind whether to go through anoth-I firm in New York.
day, at Brazes Brook Golf Club doesn't fit for those corFse-lttered Gobel's full-time writer. er political campaign or become
from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. high-rated private -ee dramas. a GOP "eder statesman" at the Should Dewey decide to leave
he Royal Sultans will furnish Lat entry in his department, Maybe I better read those jokes age of only 52. the governor's office, but still re-
the mic. All Golf Club members by the way, is ne-tme movie our mikan leaves eween e His long-awaited announcement main jn politics, he would be
are cordally invited to attend. ueen, Marerite Chaman in a betMes a couple of times a weekwill be made on statewide televi- shorn of a large measure of pow-
Sewcotes Tl"u eom I-spy riller titl, "Affairs sion and radio programs from er he has wielded in GOP circles
Orchid Chapter To Bold Meets Thrsda of Ann cotland." Mary Ators ba ful daugh- New York City for the past 12 years.
Crd Party And Dance A talk and diplay on the sub- ter, Marilyn, is putt the gears The Republicans are due to
epteber25 ject of linen will highlight a pro- Picking up atmosphere for his in hihfor another sta at movie nominate their gubernatorial can- New York's governor, through
he annual dance and card par. gram planned by the Newcomers role of a detective in a new film, starom. The stork cut into her didate in Syracuse Sept. 21 and 22, patronage, controls delegates to
ty sponsored by Orchid Chapter, Club on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at Frank Lovejoy went on a couple first start. and only one person has been the national convention and New
N, 1, O.E.S., will be held Satur- the Cristobal Union Church. Mr. of raids with the L. A. police de- named prominently as a possible York's delegation is the largest
day evening, Sept. 2, from p. Para Chand Jeffany will be the apartment venile squad. At a choice f Dewey decides ot to bloc in the nation.
m. until 12 o'clock at the Hotel lecturer. roundup ofjuvenle suspects by Director Michael Curtiz was-ln- run.. He is Sen. Irving M. Ives.
Tivoll, Ancon, Dessert will be served after the plain clothesmen, one bright hood ing up a shot featuring umphrey A Republican leader in Ononda- His decision to quit also would
S ffir wiraise fund meeting to which newcomers on snapped at the star: ogart on the set of We'a o s, of wer nation
The enefit affair willraise uns the Atlantic Side are invited. Angels, and told one of his as- he believed if Ives were ging political circles, a power the gov-,
for charities. "You look more like i actor sistants: "I want Boogie here."A be candidate, he should haveernor haswielded formore than
The door prize will be a steri. than acop," few minutes t Cur sa bearlierear than
ing silver coffee and tea lervic Bogart standing in the spot he had Deweyshasodsathe O
Also, there wi. b n HELPFUL HINTS in the New York Thruway openings
table prices. By UNITED PRESS Most puJaing letter of te TV the leader said, and should have
Ticket t the "Dragnet" "N., no," Curtis o taken Ives along, if he really were
Tickets ar per person and offices addressed to Mr.Leihton a ss nt, I wantt Noie-a ...iate.2i,.
may be purchased from members To keep slices of apple from Prce and asig or a gd I wt horse atd bogiee" a cald D. Heck saker of the nmA /
of the chapter or at the Tivoli turning brown, put them in cold otograph. Dd ei tJ a ck a Assembly and probable candidate
Hotel the evening of the affair. slightly salted water until ready bb-fina su e out that the on Hals climbing back into f leuenant governor if Dewe
Tis cordially invited for use. .i ,, San ,, o tve
The public is cordially invited or use. letter-writer h ea r the ter his "Hurricane" loin cloth for a ns, said he believed Dewey had ,,r
to attend. --- an eLatent Prints" in the Dragne "South Sea Stories" telefilm series waited too lon to withdraw and
I Cotta e cheese is a n excellent Latent Prints" in the Dragnet opposite Linda ansen. The Ra-he thinks he will run again
S 'Gd 'N low costprotein fod.. prntroedu with an or. mar othe Jungle cameras are A source very close to Dewey
At the last seeing o oft ch eese vdes as m THIS HA s My Name?" TV on thershe ater 52 episodes said h that unless the gov- E on R
Guild, Ms.Betty Haberstick and Uortein mas a 4 -ounceyte s ervinga t m trying to guess the names ethe san t Ae
the cast of the next radio play of lean meat. of stars in old movies. 'There NOW THAT leoor Powell' is e, although some seg-
the Guld rehearsed "The nl next 24 hours, he will not run forments of the fod industry ave

Speevak). Diecon, their son (Leon animals unless they're heavily i owsh and lepr thiz tes. tale canm man l i play it straight hor a esrdee ct i on. an horse doeuvres, prepared aaea 'ndwich
Bettsack), Mother (Rosal I n d Use corn meal to clean plush toy mark who sit in on panel Bob Hope. never a straight: ..ather.efeateDweyt-for. t hoe ry bre.s oreicn be served ashedCAM @F
Odenz), Undine, the girl from the soiled.. ub them with meal damp. era catch every wrinkle. The same most of the footage of "The Eddie P r_ and refrigerated a until serving
sea (Linda Diam nd). Dorothea, ended with a few drops of cleaning belles would tear down-the walls Foy Stbry." It's the BIG experi- time. Drain, wash and clean a 7
Diccon's A e ( J a) fluid. Then brush the fabric thor- If studio cameramanha ed ment to give moviegoers a -new t snce can of shrimp, and eat it
la W1 l an 3p- ougly.- to catch the wrongsideo r Bob Hope2 ablespoons lemon juice 'A cup
lb members of the Junior1 Use a pastry brush to remove Daces. Deflation note from a Pasadena chopped ripe olives, 2 tablespoons
Guild would be very pleased if food particles from strainers. sanitarium: Mario Laiza is shed- finely chopped celery, and 3 table- CONDENSED FOR GREATER VALUE
any sub-teen or teedi-ager (to the You prevent waste of flour if you QUOTABLE QUOTES: ding more than a pound a day for spoons mayonnaise. Yield-approx-
age of 16) who Is interested in use a large salt shaker for dusting his fall TV debut. imately 11' cups of filling. ,
dramatics would come to the next it into meats, fish o poultry. IRNE DUNNE "When a per- O
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Sum-
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home in the Sabanas on the oe. sweet and fresh longer when wrap
casion of the seventh birthday at ped is a vinegar-dampened clot
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s that stardom makes a person an worth. Somerset Maugham by the Written for NEA Service -
oracle on. all manner of topics, way, wrote the introduction.
-f r o m international to'domestic NORTH 17
p affairs Groucho Marx's undisturbed re- A Tl0a
A- U _T E action to color TV: *Kl o
h AUDREY TOTTER, on why so "I can't look any worse than I 872
many actresses marry doctors: am." 865
O "Every littlee girl has two45
A dreams. One is to be a movie Laughing it up with Garry WEST EAST (D)
Actress. The other is to marry Moore's TV chimp, Jerry Lewis 6Q874 6 A 9 3
a doctor. Ask any psychiatrist. was bitten on the arm. No sym- VJ732 Q 65
He'll tell you that." pathy from Dean Martin, who Q 103 4
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North4-South vul.
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Pass 1 N. T. Pass 2 *
Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass
Opening lead-4 7

Swhen East opened the bidding
with one club, in today's hand,
South did not want to double for
a take-out. South had no support
at all for spades, and only medi-
ocre support for hearts. It doesn't
pay to use a take-out double when
you are so ill-prepared for both
major suits.
South contented himself with an
SJL Junderbid by making a simple over-
call of one diamond. North had
enough to show his spades, where-
The AU-oteel Bicycle upon South could hint at his true
strength by bidding one no-trump.
North would have passed this with
I-TVA F r dr"I m T'i C A |a really bad hand, but when North
tRADIOt .CENTER ijl,- A. Actually went forward by showing
7110 BOLIVAR AVE. COLON support fo- diamonds South could
7110 OLIVAR AVE. COLON 40 afford to jump to game.
West opened the seven of clubs,
and East played the encouraging
eight, forcing out declarer's i
Queen. After a brief inspection of
[ *l kl m 9 U m I his tricks, South properly cashed
Dn EC t J K. d li tl nthe ace and king of diamonds,
|r lM wL j J ll hoping to drop the queen.
PIMPLES and BAD SKIN I When the queen of diamonds!
Dmo't oa" -tm a. failed to drop, South did a little
i s* slM a M mia he s WHub careful thinking. If he gave West!
iu"Aema, P 'mp esLash. tatale5 f /- a diamond trick at once, West
a l ot Dot : '-\ would lead another club, and East!
tmo Is rw fMl ti* ta oi --a a W aA would manage to establish the rest
bads o- ea p otlae.iAe I t ..5so.f B of the suit. South would have only
i1.ia.od. ci -ror Sniml 91. ot a eight tricks (two hearts, four dia-
amiooth i li m snf r e I 9 s aJA s o monds and two clubs) and would
e A s acv, amt. 'u I. / have to go after spades In order
Ie. OE I -- | S- ".J to make his contract. East would
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IM or felt. Ut tos me* bu tes. aFrom Arat land the rest of the clubs.
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-a. ,aTh.- -- t- .is switch in Utme assured the
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aNEW YORK Sept. 7 (UP) -
-- o-- The Toronto Maple Leafs, who -
The Mido-Multifort tournament at the Brazos oatdn fini e h atighrth CLASSIC WINNER-Amorlo flashes across the finish line two-and-one-imf lengths ahead of
I. llt -JUlnotn ou aent., .a ,e fourth In the International King's Prize in the $1,500 one mile Labor Day Classic at Juan Franco. Bias Aguirre rode the
1Brook Country Club developed into a wide open af- League the last three years, re- Stud Santa Cecilia star while King Flores had the leg up on the runneamp.
fair over the week-end with the sensational defeat Kent Cooke, with his first'pen- *
of the highly rated team of Capt. Bill Lewis and nant today.
Donad r y Cooke, who has invested heavl-
Donald F rancey. "ly in the club since he bought It w aavi- rImei W i n
Many members had already tht Lewis and France had an orn1951 promised the citizens of
Sidered that the tournament cinch. he's been looking around or his
,* s "made" for Lewis and Fran- The other matches turned out he's been of layers proven In- his
cey, both o. whom hit that long as predicted in last Friday'sternatonaf League- performers In-
Sbell down the middle. However, Panama American. ternad not washed up maerfor mers I I t I l ll
andunot washed up major 1,500 Labor Day Classic
:,cffordMaduroandGil Mor- Here arethertesults: leaguers. II nthnt,y l L fnf
1"d, with the relaxed feeling of Maduro-Morland over Fran- His type of team clinched
i bsll ltheb utgtera tht er wm-aEdr 2 er Staa- the pennant yesterday by win- AMORIO IMpressive sports The form players doped the weighted with 128 pounds, had
usually do when playing their Morris, 2 and 1. hoida twin bill with the The Stud Santa Cecilia's for- race correctly and sent Amorlo tou.h lik In this race. The
r iard mone hame. Burns-Engelke over Barring- Rochester Red Ing, 3 2, he mer track champion Amorio yes- off a slight mutuels choice over Reinal4ouglas speedster lost
S n wthtwo holes to ton-Wrlght, 2-up. hind the effective pitching f terday ran like in his best days King's Prize. The latter was the bothst p, Irons right after the
y, they won the 17th and 18th Allan-Meisinger over Duncan- onie Johnson p to triumph in the $1,500 added runnerup. Dark Millionaire fin- start whn the straps holding
,teforce the match into an ad-Orvi, 1-up. The Leas dropped the secondone mile Labor ay Classic over and Mae oad the t slipped.
S tlonai nine holes finally ces- Toledano-Galindo over Hum- me 4-1, but the second-place the best horses in training atfourth Alormn Ws off more slowly

and receivedmor enway-Prier over Juth-Bar header with the lowly Ottawa i ll quickly sprinted
he wlne received more -rett, 5 and 4 ton Athletics, winning the nightcap tot
a te their u etSullivan, 6 andtn dtf Wth dwarter s the
KhW amount of con- H -overson-ConbptO- o over Day-ne
gratulat s, because er therer aein thel peneaue oert t h re eurst
victory gave hope to the other Mur-Raymondover y-p of the Bisons win- n "over their head" when he the
contestants who previously felt rie-N e,3 and 2. he Richmond Virginians The rrepressble Mlwae month and climbed to within rrups is a matter of specula-
The split letf the Royals seven K aLrtion., e chased Alormina
and one-half games back with King"s .Prlo-chse -ou- inar
Cam p Tortuguero Then the Turtles played keep- e opardized the Cuban Sugar Braves, who keep bouncing back 3 games of first place on Aug. mad e where
ade t two n a row r For away untl the clos seconds Kings hold on fourth-place by like a slap-happy boxer with an A ndrew angs ndto kcom-
Kobbe the Carbbean Co- when Robbns found Hope all downing Haana in a s leron jaw, le their best told n sos when they geredpassin the mile post. A-
andvictories, still one less tan what moro, which was hustled along
ue forward Herb Hope core paw shot for the deciding tally. eafs already have won hamp" Brooklynn foh. place for hal3. the
2nd Stra of the night In SeriesThe ennanth Isthe B isons rated a feared just about counted out. But here they are aa13 wthaurneyosnt second gained
their ninthsince comingntohree On Labor Day, 1954, time was n striking distance f the lead third w ofthe af r
the league in 1886, the leagues rus nine-game winninstreak thed past midway down the
third -ear of operation. O0homestretch and scored going
S74-7 win. thn the contest, nbattle-carred champ, tKobbe Q ui tet In New andhe games, the Syracusesluer Ed a w a y by two-and-one-half
Kobbe guard John lapperton instrumental n the victory. Lin- Yorkns split a By Norman Mille fed that the Braves were pl a ck- lengtSambo. Fortunate Hidalgo
hadpair of games, the Bisos wi- hance to tie the game ares and ohnon a trred g the pangs o old ae too much ver their heady, when Dar; was the runrecame up tor sadd
with two free throws after the with their hustle adning the opener, 3-2, and the NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP) -his 35they went onmer, a rampdoublage and honorab third money and Main
were wde theand the Richmond Virgnians The irrepressible Milwaukee month and climbed to within Theoad, badly outrun in the early









defending Caribbean champions McCallen anth Fuchs each cop- | ..... As a result of the heavy hol- eight-hitter In the opener anup s r' $13 t
were orious. ped 11 rebounds orplayed keep- eopardied te Cuban an ugar Braves, who keep bouncing back 3 games of first place an Aug. 12 hits in The ddend some ground to





aThe ttwoin teams will meet aan ers unl closing secon was 13 and the nightcap FIRST RACE
Wednesday iKinghold on ourth-place y likor the a slap-hapnts boxer wth an 15. Ank d there were many tree 1Batatao $12 4.40a stag-











contest of the title C series, start- Camp Tortugwero (74) any combination of Cleveland runs with a homer and two sin2-Hu re U o5.20J.Jfo
mand basketball playoffs at the lone under the hoop. The rse downing Havana In a single iron jaw, levelled their best told you so's" when they gered in fifth and Coyned Edgar,











g. s kpat 7:30 In the Lhoel.ner TRme. h STANDINGS victories and Yankee defeats gles pang the Giants to their s promnn f
Kobbe gYm last night as subSti-center cashed in with S nihtganie, 6-2. punches today at the title-hun- slump and dropped btek which was prominent for half
t on top to kp r chance, .......sh leds f th gry New York Giants as t.624 The same tuation prevaold games off the ace as late as th e tce, finished last.
tut e forward Herb Hope scored ........ 5 0 0 3 10 Montrealayoff spot by only a half champ" Brooklyn Dodgers ap ix-hitter n heAug. 31. ame Brka Brpaidge) $95, 3.0 and 2.20
his only basket of the night with Robinswasostan- ongame, with the Bisons rated a peered just about counted out. But here they are -again with- across the board. He was the
6 seconds remaining in theonson g ....... 8 3 4 4 19 Rochance, another t h r e e On Labor Day, 1954, time was In striking distance of the lead third winner of the afternoon for
ame Jose inares again s Lnar, ........ 8 6 7 3 22 Havana 73 75 .493 The Irunning out, too, on those other with-game drove the winning run the day's top rider Bas Agurre,
Kobb. guard John Clapperton instrumental in the victory. Lin- battle-scarred champs, the New and with slugger Ed Mathews on who also won with Portal and
pihd the scoring punch for the with their hustle an0 0 1 Saggre yracuivse 71 the pags of oldankees, appeared eight hits by Mondayte Irvnclud 2Nacho 3.80, .80
final whistle butlyn 22 both ateam- Aerson .........a of a handicap in ter pennan his 35th homer, a double a 3D honors with wins aboard Alonsi-
mate Wll Johnon hit or 19. Richmond 58 90 bout with the spirited Braleveland tBobree sin ner hit a grand sling to and Manolete.
ere wdbe of the startn Totaldis 31 12 16 19 74 Ottawa 58 90ans. game. Ernie Johnson pitched ai The day's best n odds were

cnWednesday not ht in the thirdtu ( for the Giants 16. That meant Hank Thompson drove In tree 1-Batatazo $12.80, 4.40
1e) oet7ofitht le fes,rt aug ( any combination of Cleveland runs with a homer and two sin- 2-Hurlecano $5.20.
A T o rt u g u er0 i ln ~ e n d th e P lnr a y e I f t p fS T A N D IN G S v ic to r ie s a n d Y a n k e e d e f e a ts g le s fl s P a c ing1th e G ia n ts to th e ir 1S E C O N D R A C E
but on, t tkp c DU50eg1n, f ........0.. 5 10 To9ntoP the ehnant' for the5Indlaga Roberts mode i20 victories f6r -E ,ro$8.6. '
but Sl. 5ha D f ......,. 5 0 0 3 10 Monte68 .624 The same situation prevailed the fifth Straight season with a Flrqt Double: (Batatazo-
aC 8 2C. 5 0 0 3 0 Montreal8 62 .575 around the .umber 18 In the six-hitter In the second game, Birikan Bridge) $95.40.
U Johnson, g .......8 3 4 4 19 Rochester 84 63 .571 National JLe tud. Granny Hamner's infield hit THIRD RACE
pLittle Jose Linares again sup- Licares, gt.......8 8 7 3 22 Havana 73 75 .493 The Indians, with a 41/-game drove in the winninZ run after 1-Alonsito $780 5.40, 2.80
i plied the scoring punch for the Hape............o1 0 0 1 2 Syracuse 71 75 .486 lead over the Yankees, appeared homers by Monte Irvin and Al 2-Nacho $3.80, 2.80
'misitors, tallyings22 points. Team- Aldrson........0 0 0 0 0 Buffalo 68 78 .4661to be in a safer position than Dark had tied the score. 3-Don Grau $2.60.
Smate Willis Johnson hit for 19. Richmond 58 90 .392 the Giants, who lead the Braves Bob Skinner hit a grand slam One-Two: (Alonsdto-Nacho)
ZEvery member of the starting lTotals 31 12 16 19 74 Ottawa 58 90 .392 nv four And t hp rlnd irg hv ra.nd hnslr mn tho l~p,,.d~.' #,.... 28.0


Tortuguero team scored in the F- ---o
double figures, with Howard .. Fort Kobbe (72)
Hass hitting for 11, and Ken YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Robbins and Kevin Duggan add- McCallen, f ....... 8 14 16 1 30
ing 10. apiece. Nickles, f ......... 5 3 6 2 13 (First Game, 10 Innings)
Kobbe's Howard McCallen led Fuchs, c ........ 5 0 2 0 10
all scorers with 30 points, but Piersma, g ....... 3 1 2 3 7 Ottawa 101 001 001 1-5 8 1
managed only two In the final Gates, ......... 4 0 1 3 8 Montreal 011 011 000 0-4 5 4
quarter of play. Ed Nickles ac-Clapperton ....... 1 2 4 0 41 Trice, Haag (9) and Watling-
counted for 13 Lifellner markers Coleman ........ 0 0 0 0 0 ton. Black and C. Thompson. WP
and Don Fuchs scored 10. Ford ........... 0 0 1 0 0 Haag. HR Young, Whit-
Kobbe grabbed a 20-12 lead at --- --- man.
the end of the first quarter, but Totals 26 20 32 9 72 _
the. scrapping Turtles fought
back for 23 points in .the secoa Score by quarters: (Second Game)
tazM while holdiag .obbe to_ a
mews aven and Tortuguero led Camp Tortuguero 12 35 54 74 Ottawa 000 000 0-0 3 0
at aislfme 35-27. Fort Kobbe 20 27 54 72 Montreal 020 000 x-2 4 1
fLielLners* rallied in the Camp Tortuguero zbN4. Gohl and Watlington. Mickens
th ?u qgrter and tied proceed- and Howell.
Urat 4-54 as the fourth pe- FeMld Goals attempted: Camp
ri began. Tortuguero 69, Fort Kobbe 56
The lead changed hands sev- Rebopnds: Camp Tortuguero (First Game)
eral times in the closing mo- 38, Fort Kobbe 35.
ments, and Fuchs hit a lay-up Rochester 002 000 000-2 8 0
wit# a minute remaining to tie Referee: Roger Williams and Toronto 000 012 00x-3 6 2
the. count at 72-72. Larry Chance.
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Rochester 000 310 0-4 6 0
Toronto 000 001 0-1 6 2
Faszholz and McArdle. Welsler;
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NATIONAL LEAGUE AM
Teams; L Pet. GB Teams
New ork a5 80 .630- Clevelai
Mllwuk e 81 54 .800 4 New Yo
Brooklyn 81 56 .591 5 Chicago
Philadelphia 65 70 .481 20 Boston
Cincinnati 65 72 .474 21 Detroit
St. Louis .62 74 .456 23 Washlni
Chicago g8 80 .420 28V Baltimo
Pittsburgh 48 89 .350 38 Philadel
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia (N) Philac
Only game scheduled. Only
S ESTERDAY'8 RESULTS YES
(First Game)' (First r
New York 202 200 011-8 13 3 Clevelar
Philadelphia 020 012 000-4 9 0 Baltimo
SLiddle (7-3), Grissom and Lemor
Katt. Dickson (9-47), Miller, letter(
Ridzik and Lopata. lett
(0conda Game) (Second
(ecoa Game) Clevelar
New York 000 100 210 00-4 6 2 BaltIno
Phila. 000 004 000 01-5 13 1 Garc:
McCall, Wilhelm, Liddle, Cor- and Ni
win, Grissom, Worthington (0,2) Chakale
and Katt. Roberts (20-13) and
Lopata. (First G
(First Game) Boston
Chicago 000 000 020. 2 8 2 Parne
Milwaukee 201 017 02x-13 18 0 nd h
Klippstein (3-11), Zick and stany,
Garagiola. Johnson (5-1) and Berran
Crandall. ea
(Second Game) (Second
Chicago 000 000 001-1 12 1 Boston
I Milwaukee 200 004 00x-6 12 1 New Yo:
SCole (3-5), Tremel and Mc- Kiely,
nCullough. Burdette (14-11) and and Wi
Crandall. (5-6) ai
(First Game) (First C
Pitts. 000 080 000 003-9 13 1 Detroit
Bklyn. 050 000 010 000-6 11 3 Chicago
Surkont, Purkey, Law (9-13) Garve
and Atwell. Meyer, Labine, Dar- gan (1,
nell, Hughes, Loes (11-4), Wojey
and Walker. (Second
(eo Detroit
(Second Game) Chicago
Pittsburgh 500 200 200-9 9 1 Zuver
Brooklyn 020 001 220-7 11 1 and V
Theis (3-6), Friendnd and Atwell. Johnson
Newcombe (7-8), Palica, LaSor-
da, Darnell, Hughes and Cam- (First (
panella. Philadel
Washing
St. Louis 111 011 120-8 14 0 Porto1
Cincinnati 000 100 000-1 8 2 Dixon a
Haddix (16-11) and Rice. Nux- 7) and]
hall (9-4), Drews, Baczewski,
Lane and Seminick. (Second
Philadel
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New York Ab R H O A e-Fl
Lockman lb ..... 3 1 10 1 ;
Dark ss .......... 5 1 3 0 41Giantls
Thompson 3b ..... 5 2 3 1 3Phil
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The Yankees have only 17 games triumph over Brooklyn and Billy FOURTH RACE Rhodes If .......4 0 1 4 0 Errors
left to catch Cleveland, while Loes walked two batters with the 1-Manolete $9.20, 3.60, 2.20 Mueller rf .......4 0 1 2 0 Mays. R
Milwaukee has 19 to catch the bases loaded in the 12th to force 2-Joe $2.40, 2.20 Williams 2b ...... 4 0 1 2 1 son 2, M
Giants. nome the deciding runs. Pitts- 3-Piropo $2.20. Katt c .........4 1 1 5 a Clark, J
While the Giants divided a burgh routed Don Newcombe Quinlela: (Manolete-J o ) Liddlep ........3 0 0 0 0 Dark, ,
double-header with the Phila- with a five-run outburst in me $5.40. Grissom p ........ 1 0 0 0 0 Mays.
delphia Phillies, the Braves first inning of the nightcap FIFTH RACE Doublep
vaulted into second place by Harvey Haddix finally won his 1-Portal $6.20, 2.80 Totals 37 8 13 27 11 Torgeson
sweeping the Chicago Cubs, 13-2 16th ame after being knocked 2-Petite $3.20. Torgeso
and 6-1, and the dispirited Dodg- out of the box seven straight SIXTH RACE Philadelphia on base
ers were bounced twice by the times, pitching the St. Touis 1-Black Sambo $4.20, 2.60, 2.20 Bases oP
Pittsburgh Pirates, 9-6 in 12 in- Cardinals to an 8-1 triumph 2-True Blue $3.60, 2.20 Ashburn cf ...... 4 0 0 5 0 dle 1, G
nings and 9-7. The Giants won over the Cincinnati Redlegs in 3-Ariaval $2.20. Schell If ......... 3 0 0 3 0 Miller 1
the opener from the Phils, 8-4 the only single-game program in SEVENTH RACE b-Wyrostek If ... 1 0 0 0 0 Hits off-
but lost the nightcap, 5-4 in 11 the majors. program m 1-Los Morros $6.20, 5.20 Lopata c ......... 4 1 1 2 0 ler 1 in
innings to Robin. Roberts' 20th The Detroit Tigers swept a 2-Stone Of Scone $3.40, 3 Hamner ss ....... 4 0 0 4 2 zik 4 in
victory of the season, double-header from the Chicapo 3-Amat $4.40. Ennis rf .......... 2 0 1 0 0 and ear
In the American League, both White Sox, winning the opener Second Double: (Black Sam- Clark rf ......... 2 1 1. 0 1 Ltddle 4
the Indians and Yankees split 9-1 on Ned Garver's four-hitter bo-Los Morros) $33.20. Morgan ss ....... 4 1 1 3 b -Rldzlk
twin bills. Bob Lemon beat the and the second game 3-2 on Har- EIGHTH RACE Jones 3b .........4 1 4 0 0 -Dicksc
Orioles, 6-1, with his 21st tri- vy Kuenn's 10th inning single. 1--Tilama $13, 5.40, 7.80 Torgeson lb ..... 3 0 0 9 3
umph In the opening game. but The Washington Senators won 2-The Bouche $4.20, 3.40 Dickson p ....... 1 0 1 0 0
Dick Kryhoski's 10th inning bas- the opening game from the Phil- 3-Merry Slipper $5.20. Miller p ......... 1 0 0 1 0 g ,
es-loaded single gave Baltimore adelphia Athletics, 8-1, on Quiniela: ( Tilam n a-The a-Baker .......... 0 0 0 0 H
a 3-2 nightcap win. Johnny Schmitz' three-hitter, Bouche) $60.20. Ridzik p .........0 0 0 0 1 it
Jimmy Piersall ruined the Yan- but lost the nightcap, 3-2, when NINTH RACE c-Burgess ........ 1 0 0 0 0 ou ad
kees' hopes of gaining ground reliever Ed Burtschy snuffed out 1-Amorio $5, 3.20, 2.20 eamt
when he walloped a two-run 8th an eighth inning, bases-loaded 2-King's Prize $3.80, 2.80 Totals 34 4 9 27 12 sree,
inning homer that enabled the rally. 3-Dark Millionaire $2.40. relef
Boston Red Sox to win the see- w One-T w o : (Amorio-King's a-Walked for Miller in seventh tom s
ond game, 8-7. New York won YESTERDAY'S STAR- Ed Prize) $20.20. 1 d-Struck out for Schell in 7th he n
the opener, 6-5, when Andy Ca- Mathews, who made eight hits, TENTH RACE
rey singled with the bases load- including a. home run, in lead- 1-Regal Bliss $11.80, 6.20
ed in the ninth. ing the Braves to a double 2-Chineri $6.20.
There were many who seat- header sweep against the Cuba. ELEVENTH RACE SHOWING AT YOUR SEJ
1--Explcito. $2.60. I THEATERS TOI
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Buffalo 102 000 00x-3 9 0
Sanford, Tulley (7) and Lon- DIVE-I TL
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Syracuse 400 100 0-5 10 0 P Z DD7E
Buffalo 100 001 0-2 100 001 0-2 GOLD PRIZE
Owens and Lonnett. Swartz,
Harrist (1), Hudson (5). John- SECOND PRIZE .
son (7) and Lakeman. LP -
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Mapor League ON THE SCR
THE STORY THAT TOOK 7
Leadfng ianers ITS STUNNING C
NEW YORK, Sept. 7. (UP)
(Based on 125 Official at Bats)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player & Club AB R H Pct.
Av*la, Cl. 5M 98 169 .337
Noren. N.Y. 387 63 129 .333 :
MI1ae, Chic. 511 111 165 .323
PF*. Chle. 573 1- 184 .321
Bera, N.T. 51. 76 159.301

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By DE WITT WEAVER
Head Coach, T"exas Tech
LUBBOCK, Tex.--(NEA)- If
the Border Conferene coaches
will be as generous during the fill
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Texas Tech will be most grateful.
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spurs at Army and is being viW- speedy, pushing the old ha ndA all*orM T
nallzed as one of the great pas- and what's ore, giving qAc heE E M e a T.M .RRA
sers in Stillwater history. Mitchell the depth In quality he End-E. Mendoza, N. N. A&M CARTO U
so sorely missed last year. Neal End-Bll Medart, Tex. est'n "CARTOO
iSEA's Probable S Bkes is a line end. I Tackle-. Walker, TeTe. ch
AH-Mo. Vl ey Tulsa will hive to go some to Tackle--Buddy Lewis, Art ena
match the t of us, but has aGuard-obby, La, Te. West. FESTIVAL
BEnd-*- mberg, Hasten boy to do it in whirlwind half. Guard-J. Wtrease( W. Tex.as
End-iNe es Wichita back Bobby Waughli, whose broth- uCenter.-J. Janians, Arizona St. -- --


Ciuters-AI Daugart, Detrijlt by a couple of Southwest Confer-
Q -reddle Myr Oa. A&M ence openers Texas and the *TOND
B-e Mril, Huta Texas Aggro es -a before ruago I Tech will wind up in the bigast
FB--Earl Lan srd, Ikla. AAM lahorae. the league has seen. Arizona DONKEY
State litly won't be conteders, z BENNY BI L
Am playsgad. .H te h f State it Teype and West Texas BENNY BEAR
o go with him there are Erl but shou pull one or two upsets I I
b nfack wa hld stepini full.hr areEarl_..... each. New Mexico A. M. needs
Lunsord, a i-st berg hile- We G a couple more years. U N e D
back who led the cird rtin ruh-h........hLT....e.... ..e- H U
tlog last year and path-swnep ing All this Is Indicative otf the way
mtion the blny products of a fresh- the conference has been'improv. A FAST- M VING ROMA?
man tm which walloped Oka QUESTIONto cod e in the sixth inning of ed at Yankee tadium0tinning ing, with betterhan aver
m shortstop Samof close gae, the home teamprepare to glove the relay from econd baseman age against good outside opposeague are Prices: 0.25 0.15 co
easkes the field The manager tellstion last year, including victores" Marpre
Le a oupleofees won tqustion-mark the chief umpire he is inseame by a score of 3 to 2.ting a in the Sun and 'Gator Bowls.n age WAHOO! WAHOO! "Bt
spots resolve themselves, how new right field er The fielder trots
ever, and my Houston Cougars out and takes his position w It's a star-studded field, too,,W
wont concede anything. T h e announced as benginame. with s uch Texas Techation rien as
tackles look vacantwih he gradtted he did not always run hinges his quarterback Jack urged to atricktend the
nation ofview ob Chuoke and Budd mind and sends an aepted By WRREN PAGE diana Coach Be e Cr mm A newcomer, boys who fall
Gilioprac, but Jim Blacking, and h been to that position, othe question arithe s hooting Editor udoem- Mt mnd dart his within the play er a nd lmt are
as competent group of guards. pre of the changer o Is the origiKentuky quarterback situation this yearal nvted to attend tis meeting ps iled brse
We're well set at the ends, with a sub avelling? FOR a goble for pinyars now I ch-hittingski will handle the name aqua s or try-
ossible great icon Emberg, a the bottom havofns o theinning?-e have formally celebrated the chores for the losers this year outn one of the teams l-wo steps d r e se
transfer from Lodscus siana State. Jim Curtin. Fourthbeen a s Based of 1 artn past experience the xt:
lege with a fine throwing arm to be racing Inpeople; it a a problem off of at east one string of fire- Little League should again have e reachedold le h m nome lke new"










cohand element thcan be runnat eingat partly juKen Shis fpied, and, on the oteld the ad bang of a man-sized exacy nobody to play the sot. y following their activity and
among others. game and If taken out cannot be
Detroit, last year's cochamp, and on the other, it can be ensuring large attendance at the
S looms s trong, but new exactly how a young colt or y broken s in the two se before
Waisy Fromart will have to dig Giantsrt race. The you ngstielder mayob Howard. I Fve i5
up a capable, quarterback. Joe A. Irvins is 35, dIdn't break into -Jo
Belluso is an outstanding guard, or aniedbase bl unti14.Lhta fS
with Lee Riley and Bob Burg W ji at has been Enos Salugh- b rLiboLeebne alrra,
meier a pair of halfbacks who can ter's highest batting average in ny es. Ii lli
scamperrung bany companycer with themaor yer. detaAnd But not coming the isdosebason is _I _A




















yet at the same time you are knowingly engaging In a conspiracy or federal lawmakers can pull IaI .
against the. laughter to was a 6 scheduled for p. tomorrow
There ceuld be a twister build- with the .1 Cardinals. BEGINNING OF THE (INDIAN) END.- New York Yankee first baseman Joe Collins slides safely Sept. 8, at the Ma.garta Club-o ENCANTO -- Tody. iDEA
ntoaren't second base In the sixth Inning of a game played at Yankee Stadium. Cleveland Indian' house
warned shortstop Sam Dente prepares to glove the relay from second baseman Bobby Avila (not shown). ThteaPrices:m oO.fa -
un of t d that you can't see where you have any repon The Yankees won the game by ad fire of 3 to 2. The teams of b rtheg le Iague W Wares











Sby maki a oemaker the thick layers of over-powder ning bnage WAHOO! WAHOO! "snnn a-
Sout of sho n by opening the wad part way down the barrelson s expected offcl get
crm p'J0 E :- Hi | UU5 o ai of Decemiber.H oyH ever j "TWO WEEKS OF LOV E" .











JO E n res ex ndvembe the boaycans wiebllrystaavina r W
Although Cholin latr ought to discredit theas e through their rugged, nte BARREve
'rum n '9 1 'h 'r lld oo I oo rl/ dii e ps e uwl1r, ali h i .training and education in the
The California racing board has suspended Andy t Crevolioni e t e S A, art of Wll handling.
the nation's leading money winner, as a consequence of an n- The LeagueNo i teed ofu wr te MOST MP
tervew In which he admitted he did neot always run hgt youth er teeth o et th RGHT POINT First you seect
into. per the racin fathers my be goded into realist en ttern F oolishnes Blmint this work s urged to attend the
prcicew In r hacing, andhas been foryears, t uestn arieste SBy WARREiN PAGE diana Coach Bernie Cri m m in i 8 All newcomers, boys who fall
practice Ion. U now the andhave done le more the question d eplore the iEditor doesn't mind talking about his within the player ae limit, re











as to whether the board suspended the 2yowner of the Kentucky g los''Mnd rlkigob ouet i i ti AA eTa lm are Feg
Derby winer for kis seing t or for t aino? rORheiougs ofenyer pe- m! Florian Helinski will handle the and submit their names for try-
start Jan. ,1. Even thoughere that. Crevoln y bmore heinous offense have formally ce lebrated t h e chores for the Hoosiers this year
was n discussing openly A practice which haslonbeen ardis- Fourth of July with the setting on a ull-time basis. Based on past experience, the a a e
turbing problem to responsible racing people; it Is a problem Off of at least one string of fire-,Based on pt ee nemthew ouldls ep ane h oew. .
to responsible racing people; it is a problem because, on the one crackers or the more satisfying But last year, Crimmins h a d Little League should again have gellab o k
handrter t can be at least partly usfadvan ed, and, on then on Jan e ban as loud all right Red Dother, Hero sizzle a or wha d bang of man-sizr foedmany ardent baseball fans close- sfleds. t e ightlue
1.exactly nobody to play the spotted of ly following their activity and
can -be at. least partly Justified, and, on the other, It can be salute. Injuries knocked out his regulars Insuring large attendance at the
added up to crookedness. But last yepr the continuity was no creature burning with a whooHesk hnsad run exactly six g amesn
An owner can seldom tell exactly how a young colt ormflly broken. Every state in the neck plays in the two seasons beftorep .
ave in its first race. The youngster may hive of these United States I lve inTheect
cost $50,000. or he may thvecome off one of theo or hn- the a NE service) te COLOR barrel u prefer You
ble farms, and hence been bred fa the or greatness.le chg build ofrIr nS- I
Put yourself In the shoes of such an owner. Would you in- youngsters or foolish a du han Local ars
stuct you ider to go a to wn,' even to a point of taking burned to many fingers or spat
despearttue r c ohae ll un cloe qa er, o unishing a i lreen high- tered too many eyes.'C n 0 0 U
strung baby racer with thewVTIp? Ofcoure,.you wouldn't. And But not all the sdom of state
yet at the same time you are knowingly engaging in Lconspiracy or federal lawmakers canbpuln In US Lea uesI
aainsEdt the bettors. They ha no way of knowing that Aou back every fooly from te brthorth
aren't demanding a top effort and when this is the case yl of self destruction. Idiocy dra-
havekd apetectright to prrotest that they have had their pockets too hard toward tbhe edge,mrs I IHector Lopez, Ottawa, Classh the BARE T
eraYou y you didn't ask them to bet on your horse? Of course, There's one shenanignoftenAA International ela
you didn't and, no doubt, if It were feeble, you would have associated with Fourth Julyup its pressures normally and mo gthe first sxhitters of the of a fountain pen ESTERBR K POINT
warned them not to. You say you are in racing merely for the celebrations--which is certainly burn the powder properly, t h e loop with a 321 average.P
fun of i t. at d that you can't see where you have any responai- as old as smokeless powder and first shell had gone off only weak- Lopez who has been dangerous
bilities to the public or bettors, are very real. many times assdangerous. That's ly, with just enough force to push In thrclutch, singled in the win.
the gag of making a noisemaker the thick layers of over-powder ning riui In therninth Inning a-
out of i shotgun by opening the wad part way down the barrel. against he Havana Sugar, Kings
crimp of a shell, pouring out the Then the next hull, fired and Aug. 27.
Polite Lareeny. shot, and then i the shellin ex laeno
the gun. The result is a most un -exploding normally, rammed its Pat Scantlebury, Havana, pen point in
Although Cheavolin later solhth to discredit the source and satisfactr sort of noise,.a squib. shot pellet t that solid o b- Clue AAA In ter nti l the BARREL fI
Circumstances ro the interview he actually did racing a Yotdby po ardlyro' dimnify u e struetion, created most unseemly Leaue, after h bA.
turn by focusing attention on the situation. Until the California But ther s proper gauge._, thessuresow and basted the Leb e for es. 4 dee 1_-,
car dealer se out, the practice of taking It enOy with 2-year-, ...conquences- gun. Ruined it but good. And bet For rth, te, Ai. NO matter how you writeXMS IP
olds. IqumaLfyin with them Is the trick terminology, w& more yond the fizzle, Only the otherg- i Ib oOST
or loe a trade secret. -day Iheadagaincn ay Ieh-rdpest-this will happen most every time. 2.you matthewRIoT write F OST eI
SinceethisI i ter a their ed tale. The bang wasn't loud In black powder days the gun you can get the RIGHT POINT-
enough for a proper celebration loaded without shot or ball made, ThefvictoryWasicantlebu-ty e
&alton. Up to now, they have 4 done little More than deplar so -the 'hardy experimenter took ProperIni salutingIwe nasbe ans g
Mastence o. the problem and the futility of trying to resolveit. out the discouragingly pente the black powder requires no 'such
emitted to start until May 1. As mate stand now they can char- e af shert wangoits full completely and with a fine full AA Texass League,, escaped with
start Jan. ,1. Even though they won't really be ycharg went woth the mus e a y needs to make a proper racket i blya $25 fine being tagged on
until Februarry, March, or- even April...Obvic ,a flrst-tliyeo t hed skywarde But today'st smokeless, be it Ret.ehim by League President John
starter Is going .o be further advgnced by ..M, 1, ten on 38Ja. The bang was loud aall right Red Dot, Herco, or what have you, revesAg2 for a ear-
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issued by he American Heart
Association, host organization
for the meeting, "nearly all phy-
sicians should find it easy to
read."
"It is hoped," the note said,
"that some of our foreign guests
who may not be especially fa-
miliar with English will thus
find a ready means of under-
standing the English abstracts
(of scientific papers)."
Interlingua Is not to be con-
fused with Esperanto, an arti-
ficial language invented in the
last century and promoted
since as a universal tongue.
Esperanto uses phonetic spell-
Ing and words common to the
main European languages. Inter-
lingua is based on the romance
languages (languages deriving
from Latin) and preserves their
roots.
For the layman, many of the
papers to be presented at the
congress are hard to understand
even in English.
They are not made easier for
him by translation into Inter-
lingua.
Here is a sample sentence
picked at random:

500 Die Violently

But US Labor Day

Traffic Deaths Fall
CHICAGO, Sept. 7 (UP) -
More than 500 persons died vio-
lently during the Labor Day
weekend but the traffic death
total was the lowest in six years,
a survey showed today.
Traffic deaths totaled 354 for
the period from 6 p.m. Friday to
midnight Monday, the lowest for
a three-day Labor Day holiday
since 302 were killed in 1948.
Drownings accounted for 85
deaths, plane crashes killed 13
and miscellaneous accidents 59.
for an overall total of 51L
Illinois led the states with 20
traffic fatalities while California
had 18. Michigan had 18. despite
an unusual preventive program


Up went the red-striped yel- |
19w a of Vietnam to mark the Youth WanII ed
end of ench administration In
en. Paul Ely, French commis- To Keep In Touch
loner general and supreme mill- i O
tay commander in Indochina. On Probation
turned over gleaming white N Wo- l O rIIo
rodom palace, for decades the
seat of French rule, to the gov-- A young Panamanian who for-
ernment of Premier Ngo Dinh tot to report to the probation of-
Diem. ficer of the U.S. District Court
was given another chance.
"Today the war is over and the Judge Outhrie F. Crowe oolnt-
ftench position Is unequivocal,'" ed out to the defendant. Ricar-
y saild ,do Antonio Cajar. that he had
"In four words, It Is total in- the power to have the 18-month
dbpudence and complete suu- probation revoked if the defend-
ant failed to report every month.
"Henceforward Frknce will Im- Cajar was convicted of "at-
zpo" neither the presence of the tempt to commit grand larceny"
PIrnch expeditionary' corps.o nr on Dec. 5, 1952, and has report-
S ire Vietnam's participation. ed faithfully every month since
ai te franc (monetary) area, or then, except in July.
a anything else." He told the judge today he
went to the interior during the
month of July believing he had
on Invited already reported. When he re-
turned to the probation officer
TMeng in August he was told he had
VW violated his probation the previ-
ous month.
I Kansas 0i Judge Crowe cautioned the de-
InK ana CRY fendant to be careful in the fu-
ture and carry out the terms of
Want Cmm.nd.. K J. E lin-_ his probation.


,. t l l a r z. g d. IIm-*
ton of the Canal Zone Depart-
ment. Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Is leaving tonight for Kansas
City to attend a meeting of the
18-man national council to
which he has just been elected.
Egllnton was informed recent-
ly f the confirmation of his
elaMon at the VFW national
convention last month, to the
oplonal council of administra-
tion for the Canal Zone. Alaska,
i. wl, Korea, Japan and the
SPai c Islands. This is the larg-
eat lrea in the VFW organiza-
tion."
At the forthcoming council
meeting. Eglinton said today, he
will present some suggestions for
legislation affecting the Canal
Zone. These will pertain to the
n s pay bill and to military
'This is only the second time
In the 25 year history of VFW on
the Canal Zone that a local man
has b e e n named to represent
this overseas area.
B Ugllnton expects to return to
the Zone about Sept. 26.

Stocks Continue
Upward Trend
P W YRK.Se. 7 (UP) -
S Stocks continued.the rise of the
. previous three sessions at mod-'
erately active opening today.
Initial gains generally held to I
fractions. Douglas Aircraft rose,
a point to 82. Other aircraft
rud firN. ,
Gains were noted in the'mo-
tor, copper, steel, rail equipment,
tire- and utility l aes


14ONOR ARTIST. COMIC STRIP--"Royalty" of the Seafasly
(summer carnival in Seattle, Wash.), gather to proclaim Lesliel
Turner, creator of Captain Easy, "Caliph of Cartoonists." He,
,was honored for a recent continuity which featured the Seafair.i
Looking at the citation, seated left to right: Chester Gibbon,;
feature editor; Seafair Queen Shirley Givlns, and H. H. Good,
who reigned as King Neptune IV. Standing are Prime Minister
Dick Keplinger, left, and R. C. Torrance, president, greater Seattle.


ASIA'S NEW POWDER KEG-Formosa, stronghold of Chiang's Chinese laUtonalists, is shown
on above Newsmap in relation to the Chinese mainland. Many top oftmlals' Washington believe
that if Red China makes an attack on Formosa, the U S. would go to war, but no formal pledge
has as yet been made to Chiang. The Reds would probably use the Pescadores (controlled by
the Nationalists) as a steppingstoqe. in thelr Invasion of Formosa. The U. S. Seventh Fleet is
under orders to defend these islands. The key islands are 100 miles from Communit China and
only 30 miles from Formosa. Inset shows area of large map in relation to the rest of Asia.


in whI
liama %
men or
New
deaths
Kentuc
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sail th
third
deaths
when i


ch Gov. 0. Mcnnan WIT-
put '~00 National Guards.
n duty on the roads.
York posted 15 traffic
and Missouri, Texas and
Cky 14 each.
National Safety Council
at normally about one-
of all holiday traffic
occur in the last hours
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_--------- .....- :- -: head home. .
S I I The council had predicted 390
deaths in advance of the holiday,

American iGirl Bullfighter Goreda onreets and highways would
Follow a downward trend for hol-
S" Idaya this year.
DL RIO. Tex., Sept. 7 (UP-, She was taken to Del Rio hos-, McCormkl laild Patricia was in stage of professionalism.
P y Patricia McCormick, one pita, bleeding badly from a deep no condition, to say whether she The crowd jeered when Miss But a late summer heat wave
K t* two girl ulfi ters.. ln wound. Dr. T. M. Johnson per- would give up butllfghting. Ford fought her first two bnlls over the lower two-thirds of the
...t America, lay critical formed an emergency operation' He was asked whether he and at Juarez last July IL She tried laon. t, which bent temperatures
0oadi lO f Del Rio Hospital to-land gave her blood transfusions. Mrs. McComick wanted her to'to bulldog one beast. i into the high 0 at many
,d&r from a deep wound jiade in Her condition remulned criti- ive it up. "As parents, you know Miss McCormick had dispatch-.I ota, apparently drove addl-
r pelvis by the horn or a bull. cal today and Dr. Jonnson said the answer, but it -isn't neces-'ed one bull Sunday before she al thousands onto the roads
I-- _it would be so for 48 hours. He sarlly our decision to make," he was wounded. She killed the flra search of relief.
_70W Mccormick. a 24-year-oI allowed only her parents in the said. bull so gracefully she was awara- .
MgaW from Big Springs, Tex, room. 'ed its ears. The council said deaths took
was so taken with bullfight- N McCormick had the lady But she turned her back oa n alarmingg" Increase Sunday
e quit college three years McCormick, her father, a builM to herself a- the second bull after evad the nation got off tn-s
oL of turning her ack are very OPtmi.ic." she asg t lIJuly, when rplause of the cro d. She Friday nlths-and Saturday.
dah4p5 ina the ring atI He said that he and Mrs Mc- pretty a gi p tew Yqrk ed the bull to pue a momn Th Sni y sport
AS S s i .l co )J a- C'rmAek had not seen the fight madel .p e took up btl- ; before aagala bfut b e slO Ib the i '
I. .t wich s,-waaored. fighting.. nimb ade u mof
bowing to the He aoM they aw her first MIS Menriick had fought a-. Al*ja Del Hot1 ea"
W_, th bull sud- fight, bot .j.ha t been able to bout I of and hlflating behr ro the s ot ih oe hih ir La-
a~MM, ged and look at & see, because she is experts auit rd had l al nd a male nouom IeUvi S eW9 el was 0l11da
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Faist Toward Final Agreement


IANA Sept. 7 (UP) -Dele- Jortory for the Adlan nations.
ates tothe southeast Asia cen- if St Tnited Statde agrees with
erence moved swiftlyt toward fi- the other seven nations on the ag.
nal agreement on a defense al- p sa. isM, t would be a vie-
ilance. today with all meniber na- =ory 4W Pakistan.
tions exet the United States re- 0 m I fore settle tlds
ported waning to drop the word Is vM Prvide lItre U-'
"Communist" from an article de- mlWd Sttes to along with
finta sion. th-mOsAI e IofO w l ."CmC .
An OUO 4 close to the secret inahism" sa a treaty aim-
talks asl ahe council of ministers ed at anl i .
may Coiplete their work tonight Then, s "l 'Brua;t said, the
and hold a formal closing, cere- United Stes would enter a re-
many to rrw. ervationt the time of the trea-
Tw us reported holding ty signing ying she considers
Sfnaal cement m. the EA' the SEATO :pact to be designed
Ps pact. was the defition to halt further "Communist ag-
of agm- n and the ueter was gression."
Swheelt Ildde Laoum, Cam-
/bodia a Vietam In the trea- _U. S. secretary of state John


The delgtes, meeting for the
second dsiy twre reported to
hav6 come out strongly against
colonies Ts would be a ma-


r ike'sO International Atomic Pool



Seen As Cold War Loss "For Russia

hu,ED- The hero of Dien Blen WASHINGTON. Sept. 7 (UP)- atoms-for-peace plan last Dec. 8, or this and other reasons, tons with other nations "will
Pchu French Brg. Gr an and American officials declared to- Mr. Elsenhower urged the Rus- they said, the pool Is a propa- swiftly follow" but the White
so uCastrIs appears ndochinan day that the allied agreement to slans to join for he good g and setback for Russia. House declined to identify them.
.leriousn release d by the Co create an international atomic mankind. Joining the United States in
nter being relasedbythe our pool marks the dawn of a new The Allied agreement to go a- $he initial agreement were d N eat
munsts a ifter almost ou atomic era for the free world and head without them only came o Britain, Cana a. Austr alLa. irln ii
a sharp diplomatic defeat for after they made it -lear in South Africa, France and Bel- W o l l
SRussia. which will better man's life. glum.
From the summer White House Mr. Eisenhower said negotia-
in Denver, President Elsenhowe But they said the agreement months of sporadic negotiations
Urio palae osUnited States and six other na- tion that the President's plan participate. n e i i
tons have agreed to form the a was no mere propaganda g Officials said the main purpose -T g
Flies No Longer agency to "foster the rowth.and ture and that the United States of the Allied move Is 16 asur the
a read of the new amic tech- is not. as the Communists claim, worldwide development o atoma- WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UP)
nology for peaceful use." Interested only in creating lec energy for power, medicine For the first time in history
Over Vietnam He said "atomic materials for atomic weapons. and countless other purposesi a "universal language" will be
projects sponsored by this agen- sedat an Internationall slcienti-
SAIGON.Indochina, Sept. 1 cy will be set aside for that pur- fic fathering when the second
Sl Fance hauled down the pose.' World Congress of Cardiology
ticolor from the flagstaff at And with a nod to Russia, he meets here Sept. 12-17.
Iforidom palace today and prom- expressed the hope that "no na- The langugael I"Interlingua."
lead free Vietnam "total inde- tlon will long stand aloof from On pap r it ooks like a mish-
gendence and complete support" the work of this agency." mas f rench, Spanish, and
its struggle to become a new When he first launched-his Italian.
nation. Accordin to x a irrnote


NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP) -
Four of 17 Puerto Rican NM-
tionalists p'l e a d e d guilty to
charges of seditious conspiracy
to overthrow the Amerlcan Gov-
ernment by violence. US. At-
torney J. Edward Lumbard an;
nounced today.
The Puerto Ricans were sched-
uled for trial today before Fed-
eral Judge Lawrence E. Walsh.
Those who pleaded guilty ar:
Carlos Aulet. 2, of Chicago, a
bodyguard for Nationalist Party
officials.
Angel Louis Medina, 26. Chi-
cago. former secretary general
of the Chicago branch.
Oonzalo Lebron Botomayor,
Chicago, a brother of Dolore
Lebron who as recently co-
victed of shooting five Congreas-
men in the House. '
Francisco nort ,3L of
Ponce. Puerto aleo, a WagMue i
member who was arsted nar
hIs home town.
, All lace maximum penalties o
si years i prloam and'2OO0
fines each. .
The remaIn Is ant st iBI
the "bull pen" On the ubass t
of the federal Wour wat-
Ing for a panel of v aII n
from which a ju7y of 12 s toe l
picked.
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DuUes and his adfse rswere
reported earnestly seeking to pew
suade President Raaon agsaey-
say of the Phil to opi hit
country's op iton.
Other sourees said se el
the delegate want most or all
ecemmile ai la the area to go
to BEATO natmna.
The United States was report-
ed opposed to tis, 1at
that it wants to five a to
Japan, India and ether nations
which will not be in the origlanal
membership.
The main points on which a-
greement still was to be reached
were: -


roster Dilles was reported insist- 1. The type of the deure
ing that the three lad o c h i n a treaty:-Whether It would .bel
states be included in the treaty the North Atlantic Treaty OrgMag.
area,. nation pact or mor e te ordne
But the Phillines, while ex- of the Australia-New S&uan-U.
pressing friendship and sympathy united States variety.
for Leeos, Cambodia and Vietnam 2. The treaty area:-The terrd-
said 4ey should not be included stories to be covered by the asll-
beeCue they can not become full ance.
members or make a full contribu- 3. The purpose of the treaty:-
tion. Whether it is for defense against
Dulles was said to have ar- aggression from any quarter o r
gued that to drop the three states only against Communist aggems-
now night serve to make the sion.
Communists think the areas had 4. A provision sponsored by the
been "abandoned"-somet h I n g Philippines expressing recognition
the United States is dead set a- of the right to freedom and self
gainst.. government for all Asian peoples.


Peewees Parade Cute Getups
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Cute kids Cavorted in their own special carnival to bring
the summer season to a climax at the Bath Club aI Colum-
bus, Ohio. Prizes'were given for best costumes and there
ere- everything from angels to spacemen in the competition.


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ENGLISH "Occasional cu-
es of chronic cardiac edema
failed to respond to mercurial
dluretlMs,4low sodium, diets, ion
exchange resins, or combina-
tlons 1 tnese"
INTIRLINGUA "De tem-
pore a tempore nos ha no ate
cases de chronic edemas cardiac
que non respondeva a diureticos
mercurial, a dietas a base con-
tento de natrium, a resinas a
excambto cationic, o a combina-
tiones de istos."


Seixas, Hart


Cop Singles


Net Crowns

FOREST HILLS, New York,
Sept. 7 (UP) Never-say-die
spirit paid off for Vic Selxas and
Doris Hart in the United States
Amateur Tennis Championships.
They were victorious in singles
at Forest Hills, New York, win-
ning two of the most coveted
hoors in tennis.
The 31-year-old Seixas was
playing in the nationals for
the 14th time and In the finals
for the second straight year.
Seizas from Philadelphia -
dropped the first aet to Rex
Hartwig of Australia. But he
took only 82 minutes to return
and conquer.
This Is the way It ended: Sei-
xas over Hartwig, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4
and 6-4.
Doris Hart of Coral Gables,
Florida, had made five previous
trips to the finals each one
a heart-breaker, Yesterday she
faced Louise Brough of Beverly
Hills, California. Doris won yes-
terday on the strength of a pair
of gangling legs that had, seem-
ed after two childhood ill-
nesses, unlikely ever to carry
her. Doris was all over the court
'- especially in a third set which
kept the crowd at Forest Hills
breathless.
She wrapped up her win after
fighting off three match points.
And at the end she had won over
Louise Brough, 6-8. 6-1, 8-6.

Puerto Ricans Plead

Guilty 01 Intent

To Overthrow US


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