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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00499
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New Zealand Sayi


US Dumping Butter


On Panama Market

WASHINGTON, Sept. I -(UP) United States contention if was
-New Zealand ambassador Les- selling this surplus butter abroad
lie Kno Munro delivered a stiff at world prices.
note to.te State Department to- They understood the note ex-
da the United States planned that the United State a
wi j surplus butter at price was based on prices obtain-
prices on some world ed for selling very large quantities
according to diplomatic of butter by a traditional export-
offcis. country to Great Britain over
eya e note td out a fixed period of time, whereas
U United the general world practice is for
C_ U New small amouni of butter, such as
ilat f^ MUalexpert of now being odd by the United
battrU P aa States to be sold at higher prices
San d his note to assist- than tios for large amounts In
ant seeretary l state for econo- longterm agreements.
mle affairs must Waugh. They also .nderstoed the note
The oecials said the note point- to say that while the United States
ed out that the UnitlStates but- claims thp sales of small quanti-
ter export price policy eowituted ties of better abroad do not upset
dump rtl under ms I the world market this is not true
General Agreement of Tariffs and because these sales are already
Trade (GATT). seriously upsetting these markets
The note contended that as the Panamanian example
through this polley New Zoa- clearly shows..
la, which exported for many
&=,anAVG s goeol.8tosf lo SSMI,
Of Mmuoally to e anama hadj
thinal mo cutdow me Pht N5 S _
tha en M tons, as united aes emn.
buff was h t sam there at )w Day

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I1 Albrook Plane


Drops Raft

To Tunaboat


TWELVE OF THE 17 NEW CANAL ZONE SCHOOL TEACHkRS employed in the United States
for the coming school term assembled/at the Adminl$tration Building to complete employ-
ment papers and receive instructlOAs on their new aSsignments. The teaches shown above
and their assignments are: front rq-: Miss MTay J. Pasler, f--st grade, Co l; Miss Lucille
arnett. fourth erade. North Marrta; Miss rin Branham. totri gwade.nltabit Heights:


An Air Force rescue plane
dropped a life raft just before
midday today to the five-man
crew of the tunaboat Imps
which was reported to be inat-
ing in the Pacific offshore from
Cabo Corrientes, some 215 miles
south of Panama City.
The call for rescue service re-
ceived by the Air Force Includ-
ed a report that the Panama
flag tuna fidfier carried neither
life boat nor a life raft.
News that the Imps was in
distress was picked up In "an
808 heard at 7:05 this morning
by the veasel American Boy and
relayed to Radio Farfan which
passed It along to the 15th Naval
District which in turn notified
the Rescue Coordination Center.
An Albatross amphibian of the
26th Air Rescue Squadron took
,off for the acene, with pilot
Capt. Thedford Kidd at the con-
trols.
At 11:15, Kidd radioed that he
had located the Imps and was
dropping a six-man life raft.

Top Polish Athletes

Flee To West; Seek

US Pokam AsylaIm.
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Junks, Artillery


Upposite Quemoy


TAIPEI, Formosa, Sept. 8- (UP) Generalissime
Chiang Kai-shek hurled hlis American-made jet warplane.
into the battffle of Quemoy Island today for the first time.
The jets blasted Communist junks encircling Queo.
moy and bombarded troop installations and artillery eni.
placements which are within shell range on the Commu.
nist-held China mainland.
Defense ministry officials announced that several
waves of the newly-supplied jets swept over five points
around the Red port of Amoy as a joint naval-air attack
entered its third day.
The ar-sea attack took place mendous damage" was done' to
as reports from Quemoy indicat- the Communist vessels coastal
ed the Communists would try to batteries and troop o6ncentra
invade the tiny island which lies tiona.
within the range of shore bat- He called It the "first omalef
terles. retaliation" for the Red shel
Shortly after the Nationalist of Quemoy, which ba ltea
waplanes took off on their Friday and went on unlu.It was
misnon, unidentified alreraft assumed to be a pre*lnvaal
approached Quemeoy ap an air bowmardlient.
aet was oered feW 30 mIp- Th malnten


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fneel.mw for Tem
cles oDi, !year-old s
Panams'a of Ag
ture and erce, who.
killed yetei'to anaut
bile .10amre held
morning at at the C
eC r whkih inc]
Inany prono t persons
Aifador
the wE 1 a.m.
etecy. Eu DtoiWM barn
theto rehis grandfa
former Phwret Domingo
Armaemana. is inerred.
soe u, who was to
returned to the Stat
continue hi studies at I
Dame University, was fatally
jured when his ear crashed
an oncoming truck after Iti
front tire exploded on the
tional Highway near the
rior toan ofCapira.
Tiee other youth, whc
eoan o 0 tim, wen
Jured 1t tuw= recent, but
codlton ils ot rious.G
meO. Ati nd ABerto,
ourdS, tnjared yout.
Th % A sMns of Gu
de alT la, Consul Gae
of Pansa In New York
Hundrlt of friends of
iaz falnltrmged the fa
residence tlouWhout last r
to express e olences.
The yoth is survived b
pa-rents.JlntbrtteEard Mrs.

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S B 24adtng a141W gtode Margarita: a
S"the the &e IIstrlct;' Coourt
LAncon.
Each ,of the 76 plaluttf a
I the cae which was filed uly
1, ot this year is claiming a
proximately 7,2O, subject
exact computation, for ov t was both winnerstand l
I ht yesterday at two Pa
tme pay, "stnd.by," holiday a .s .
Day. Bliht different pay al*nd s, ovltheaters. t
.Py, igh er ay robbery on the screen of t
travel tme pay sinceJ uly Ba ista Theater turned nr
,. 1951. "" I a pair of Ecuadorean mo
15to0 The suit which Is entity a who were robbed
On of "Robert F. Boyd, on behalf I in travellers' checks a
rcul- himself and all other Pa in the theater, while a Ba
Mo Canal pilots similarly stua youth walked out of t
this ed," was filed by attornq ve-In Theater $700richer
ItCharlesR Ramirez f the law wl chhe acquired eIly.
firm of Ramlrez Van Bclen anama Secret PFnce tod
lauded and De Castro. and William a re d to reveal th name
left Tyson of Washington. unfortn ate Ecuadorea
r the Ramire stated t court to-w are tr nts heress
Cem- day that Tyson will arrive on ed that the case s
Ad in the Isthmus in time or the
other. hearing.
SThe plaintiffs in the s Office
present fivesixths of t s Pan.K wt e
have ama Canal force of 91 lotu pe d
M'-
Notre Ui -e e .a -- .
yiUn- a s Trade W
into ad a e Comn.
Na- A Balboa Heights office hel
Inta er ~ho was charged with for
ares wouDld Aefseli l era e this morning was given
Sin-l Red Oni V I tw yar penitentiary senten
tht a sounded for a period of fi

e Union Congress ea vly e t
I .nlc. attempts today to push e trade "l*iree conditions were Impos
ermo union cooperation with Internition ei the defendant, James E
neral al Communism and gave every in. w-d Best, a Panamanian.
dication it would refuse to geojun. was required: To ma

ns Annual congress beat down a res. u nt he obtained oil four for
olution calling for joint discus- ed quests for expendable prop
y bls sons between the International ert: not to violate any laws
T -am Confederation of Free Trade V- Panama or the Canal zne. a!
sirt- lnoas (ICFTU) and the Comrn_ to.make a, -Dtbly pot to ti
men, 1st-dominated World Con edenra- 0tkof the au.t-
and to of Trade Unions (WFTU). t was tov ilWty of torn
The overwhelmis vote was ;S oJtthe name "N. B. Stephel
S, otes so o1 1 IM,00 a7 .obn on four orders for expend
r a thing attt a* On Commu- aWe property. e was employee
Wd nists by Britain's biggest ulen by uhe Office Ingineers at Ba
boss, Arthu m alklL. ba Heights". ,_ ,
The vote a!ns at the modern. I, passing sentence, the judi
ate TUC leader almost e- a. l" on the recommendation
tainly will turn down vitations e by Asst. District Attorni
to send official dtobaoth pi Thompson. Public De
Russia and East Gmany. The william J. Sheridan, J
carefully-timed Soviet i itt ked that he felt the goi
) arrived to coincide with today's em went's recommendation wi
stormy debate. "te fair."
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was a .
and OXFOED, Eag. eUt. t -<41- A eNesreh ygehbi-
Y. tri t am ed y fat be ter to tea. arl nd gr
r Dr. these eMt o- special feh aels s tse eon
the thme.uap d
eri- at S W bb iti -
I the l use M d e a"d. e
/m r 8aod ofmoi seee, SOis se h..
ct, M rep" was I am a 7 I-sWg study eo f he ,,
eon- havier *aLt Ub s so t .
had Mis M. A. vas"m a ipsydiblegist, Wd she
p_.1l hadiage.*-e w-eh severe 1 childre a showed
lM/h Mi MleMed 0 sh |.ee t k t. at A -
bI to Wi ueIas ieee t i ksner


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RS AND LOSERS
s "under Investigation." No details th travellers' checks had al-
n- other than the fact that the rel been signed or not.
couple carried 1000 .la checks -ne name of the movie they
he and $300 in cash was revealed. ws to see last night at the
al The pair have been left pen- Be Vista Theater was "The
ie niless because they carried all Ote Diamond Robbery."
of their money with them. TheyCc o lucky Balboa youth won
td reported the theft to the bank. his $700 at the Drive-In The-
il- However it could not be ascer- at where the jackpot of-"Luc-
he tainted today whether or not ky Wtght" had been building up
- eagi week, from the original
.a. *$51Z The second prize last night,
ay COCO Sol nwont by a Panamanian woman
of owa m6 0.The third prize went
s Child Newunclaimed.
iey Cild Is tow Prizes are based on admission
til ticket numbers.
Polio Cast P*tt Larceny
The second polio Uctim In less A .s
Than a week wa 7e Case Against
M terday to Gorgas Hoptial. P rris Continued
The case was Identified as be-
Ing a young child from Coco Soli- Ahe case of Walter LeRoy Par-
to who has an involvement in ris, arged with petit larceny.
p- both legs, but is not considered was cntinued in Balboa Magis-
g- to be in a serious condition. trate'a Court until tomorrow be-
a cause the 36-year-old defendant
ce Monday, a young Panama City Is under mental observation at
ve matron, Mrs. Mercedes Eleta Gorgas.
we died of bulbar poeb at G*gas Ppwris allegedly stole a table
n- four days after having given model radio worth $29.95 from
birth to a baby daughter at the the TParalso Commissary. Ball
-. San Fernando Clinic, was set at $50.


Western offlu bounced to-
day,
They were identified as Henry
Tycaynaski, 28. Poland's second
best amateur featherweight box-
er, and Jan Mievsnlkovski, a
runner.
Tyezynski entered West Ber-
lin from the Soviet sector of
the city early this month while
he was on tour with a Polish
boxing team.
Mlecznikovski was a member
of a 32-man Polish team that
participated in the European
gaiama in Bern. Switzerland, Aug.
25-29. Before the games ended
he asked Swiss authorities to
turn him over to allied authori-
ties in Germany where he was
granted political asylum a n d
asked permission to go to the
United States.

Registrations
For Night Classes
Close Today
Final registration for night
classes at the Rainbow City
and La Boca High Schools will
be held tonight between 8 and
8 in tho office of the school's
principals.
Registration is limited to Latin
American residents of the Canal
Zone.


first an on W r so-
tivity oe the Jmoy ruis
started last ay with the
shelling of the island by Red
shore-based batteries, in which
two American officers were kill-
ed.
Reports from the Nationalist
Chinese official military infor-
mation service said the Commu-
nist artillery attack against
Quemoy had dwindled to only
one barrage today.
American officers were re-
ported to have been flown to
Quemoy to advise the Nation-
alists.
The official military informa-
tion service said late night re-
ports from the Nationalst bas-
tion seven miles off the main-
land indicated the Reds would
try to storm it.
Nationalist planes and power-
ful naval task forces rained de-
structive blows on the Red fleet
of transport junks and coastal
strong points all day yesterday.
They destroyed or damaged
more than oI Junks, sank a
gunboat and five large motor
vessels, and strewed haves
through umpoff points on the
mainland and seven nearby Is-
lands. '
The Peiping radio said anti-
aircraft fire downed one Na-
tionalist plane and damaged 19
in a raid on Amoy. It said the
Nationalists sent 42 planes a-
Iainst artillery batteries shelling
Quemoy. The Nationalists said
all their planes returned safely.
Gen. Chang Yl Ping. official
military spokesman, said "tre-


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For 12
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points a
the dar
mendou
One iv
reported
flames I
ment.
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coastal
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Miami Writer Sees US Standing Firm Take


'On Panama Canal Management Rights, a
One o
(JOHN .- McDEMOTT, M- devote himself full itime to tal ks otlatious have been carried en at He als noted that w aid j Mo
ansi HeNtd staff-writerx au- with Panamanian negotiators a Wahigton level. native workers here 1t dertow
thored f his paper the fol- bk from Washington after a Most of the concessions being than those paid for crreod where
lowing report on the local sit- year oft conferences. asked for are considered minor tg work In Panama se wthtr
nation.) These-negotiators, Dr. Octavio in nature. However fear is that A possible compromise on this wth
Sab-- ega, Dr. Carlos Sucre and they might be steps toward fu- issue might be worked out by He ita
BALBOA, Canal Zone The Ambassador Roberto Heurte- ture moves which, bit by bit, removing all Panamanians not Hospital
United States is expected to matte, are expected to resume could impair US. sovereignty actually ivng Inthe Canal Zone bn re
stand again the R public talks in Washington shortly. here. from thecommissary lists for- The s
of efforts tb slice into The original treaty called for One such Panamanian request ins them to do theIr shopping a
Its sovereignty in the running of pa-mnt of $250,000 annually. Is that shi passing through wth Panama merchants. A woas Mar
affairs in the Canal Zone, re- was hiked in 1936 to $430,- the canal Iy the Panamanian praxa M 8,000 workers wo~dt the
ports circulating here Indicate. 008 when the dollar was deval- flag. It Is customary for vessels be aetd
Undoubtedly, howmve, uow of ue. in f foreign lands to fly the flag ........ .
the concessio. which Panama The Panama Government, It of that country In addition to The Canal Zone's net Income. viC
is seeking will be granted is understood, is asking payment their own. They now fly the Stars wbhh includes eaal tolls, the
The most ithpornt probably now of from $2,000,000 to $5,000,- and Stripe while passing raro toColon cmmissaries
will be an to ta te an 000, according to conflicting re- through the anal and other as provided for
ments by United ort Other changes asked for by residents, totals bout0,000000
he o, territory e Best estimate here is that te the Panama. geenment Include annually. The net profit t Mee
which the 52-mile aterway increase. which must be defsg- equal pay for eqal work whe- allotio amor-
tends. This re a, five nated by Washington, will bring er done by Panama cittmns or tsatioln, mlto cuation The IA
strip on each I te oh te e thu, lee payments close to $1,000,000. Americans in the Canal Zone hese, tiabout M_,00000.n hold a .
is called the Canal ne and is However, this Is alt speculation and curtailment of commissay What the future o eM for at the La
totally id dondn here and top Amern officials privilege to gPan ama resdett he .. school
Lion, n i and I. adIt they are in te dark on who work for theCanal Zone ad- S s that rom a pre- p.m.
The lo *~ f evetual decisions. intration or company. commercial aspet, the canal
In the ea Ge John S. Seybeld, who beldl peate eat that the wa 't rle for about The mi
the United ttes lrma wm e Canal Zone and the ourreWt w ales, tnmet eaejl yea. Its locks dedicatd
is the top news stMy heIre w. Par ma Canal Ce., pelted eut are Ip e w u .. the .,oJ..are to nmarron ir ,Alerlna ,
It is of msch gmt hpsetans th Panama. by-Mpassed him and A gen am ua nd rtuapi Iafteat ra adth e )t rge t is attM
that eidet d ase S t s& l le- te American Embassy beon mlan etd peMi.N em. t adof b It t ". ts I
men te f ta alm 1ms 1 S I ts propeons dlres t to l b* l snI-l~i -l- eu r caMrgo vs-4 a
ss l lU dayu e0. iy tttaetoWa5ia.teJ. As a reelt, an leg- ew s muu ,--ta. 1 -XM ,
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ned ftval6n.
g said hundredsa" e
and fishing Junks making
fleet masaang for the, n-
Invasion had come un-
SNationalst gunfire and.
bombardment.
we can sink these lauks,
d, "net iany I thaem
wim for It. It dLelIt
r hew many troops they
f we can knock out their
ortatiea."
he later report byth.e of
military Informaton
listed that the Natohap.
ault had fallen abort f
, and the Reds were
ead with preMaration0
empt to grab theMe. 1.
.llst outpost In mailm

2 hours Nationslst
Ilow to tdrike in W=
Red vessels and 8tr1oa
ashore. A apokesme aMn
mage ranged from
s" to fi M .*
village on the coat
I to have leM
under a naval

counter-shelling of the
batteries had cut don
Bursts, and hope armO
Red assault on QuWs




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Sthe aeSldenteourred
day when Ruperto B-
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is employed by GOno#
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.overed.
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If he nas his way. He's willing to pay the city transit system a
huge sum if they'll let him place his beautiful customer come-ons
n ahe subways. In a test run, Anne Malloy, left, and Jan Marilyn
provide the ad space. The ad man says he has 400 girls ready to
promote the wares of same 40 clients.


*j ur iss ge& their impresal
of a town by the way they are
treated in rtaorats., by filling A L
sttUom attenAMan by the cour- M N
tear y r lak of t f traffic of- s .
flew, and t In store. ----
7T.01 0 Ia dtlUs who rep-
neat Me1 tsim to travelers. 'AA
.a1. A i y Nsil,"CbPAIoN TRAILA NewsapIeme how eV
N ,il es& Ie C'r-- .*. n ~xmd cte r tn I the November i3d aMMlilli s i
NO --e iWnlde h be d" COSnrm Oext yew. Mr. Mj ,*WSdip D S5g
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TMISIS YOUR PORUM Til READERS OWN COLUMN WASHINGTON (NEA)t beThe X e a w
new investigation of Sen. Joseph and ia vort tue French and. ought o de DC, te
R. McCarthy begins as an inves.a Chambl.of Dputies. UM ntO a. Ar ...
!!p H< M A IionL ofi n the W'sco nsin C o '^ W&' "ba'b''at De
chaser's much discussed "meth, e F when- you' re watching w o e a
H PA A ILads." It will apparently have iUtle. to es; or abn a newm t b a o vtrn c n ue ksnwe a AT8
or nothing to do with his "objee-tre; or bring a new born ealtin vte owe Paris a t
-- tiesves" on which few people have 4frit ture on the back of a tzme, w'L wans .
The M ltb Seoan t oeor fotum for readers of The Panoma A G quarreled anyway. .,. truns
Th Ie aMt ni anoed tolell and anre hasdled i p a wholly ccll- This distinction showed up re- " "t"r 'ca sha od pset a
SIen lters are re4rved u.d o re hd state in the n a's Will follow Worll things in at
em e s lersesesonl n de rmhth era tree nabs a breaim l ainthe. at e l Pno
Ih yem tob Il t be rdeot be Imptl ents Pt it retd easn toa e endings. s on. tur t Ofthe w teorld r prmm ve
S--ea e cre psen oehairman of the nestaw, a- t he e e a
le o c ot s letter o Usaited ito one pae mtb. bipartisan ubo committee and for.t we, i'e a hebtr gn a1l e



8mr o tet he cate rtredt e her alop da For was wes nrsdt br. 1 a ATe8
Ie- ---t--- yg of Wetter wLter Snheld M t strictest cou l ,f" mer Utah district jd ge--eonsst- ;oe of th world
I groS DeOs s~lx met na a eomtehl bllu too!hs et a W, lasl e s ently made rulings to effe ct. e e ain Pr




n i a He ind aucated he was n mteresed oid oa
tA"l u only in determt whether Sena- i an to r ua 1 a
tar McCarthy had shown con car e cod tempt as,4 rea
FSFOTALof the Senate in his methods of
Th ea chi rt ay ao ed wares tak n be in a s tra a uOesn .ap e w si
There seems to be a lot of disappointed boys at the Balboa Senator McCarthy was permit th nh t t e p re










todayo MheyhWan totoela yd dt ure the slowd-hiea ded canea
ACROS DOh ard B& Wllam hi sevle carefr- ee Amity piled peio d comie wo SauSh .acbd or
I e-el today. They want to play football and can't. Usual- to read a 10minuteopeningstadte- i io ha t the in s n a
Sut for football at Balboa Hgh. year the ment in which he outlined his obh- .;he BChlambdr o e pn tiesrofrth to wa. Waay5M rl
so.M boy s go outfor fo tball a BtheI btta '.1 .nfnssv n
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2w e team s with a four team league represented.w n hi lent a. toois e *tstir
S-- c ports is to be part of the overallpro-years. He ha given his stat app sin December 141 re.
e ntram n ot th e ro gra an d to let m any p articip ate.m o t ittee an d to th e or d SnTee loan tr do a lente1 .hel
The rnial of Balboa High School has developed a you- press before the hearing opened. or even nsice iAe oI C a 6n e, t


muste -wi complex and hasfostered a monster. The facultyof This enabled him to score the tMWere t anhety t o .
iBalboa H School want s footll in its place. To be part of the first news break of the hearings.e hri soew n t m n o ri
school activity program and to let as many as possible participaterclrt harmotof Wathe McCart ayI s felons o am,





clear a m s theT*3 M Mes e 4LW a rtc Prhy. Theirhllngiode-.Ed ohoo i chamremind me Of th e two wee ta that unless ae could put the
n varsity athletics. statement was not material and rnr hag i yonm Ded ov mthe two ee] Ukngtitedoe
i It aeLt All Students Play not relevant to the hearings. een the p e n a i
In two other instances Chair- again. 4 An left withean U. pth det it would never be put ar oss
Se r s fman Watkins indicated that his s tre record as a ga
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15 The same fragments 26 Feigned 45 Not to my Then, to end the first session e, ti ear ladaudrin IT Rnod to. irnst e e E
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;Mra Chadwair ad B.s w itand th Serie Yo t he WGiaontsl drteP aln toed check.GeWhardn(ih thee Sheit:AlaJerr o is nln p o
W ar -Then s 28-0 a ures 4 sharply to cut off Senator McCar.- n r sns so t on y he d we n t t b i ... L ea s
general Wthe- 3Adjective 4 i Scent thy's challenge of Sen. E John- -0 o -- wcanhat e enntt .manya ..o AC thor An church cide thePa l
10lm son st right to sit on the committee o n n iat te enti ned as ro
is The Hawaiian0su Lixes 50 Fgyptlan of six, because of previously ex- MAN -ABOUT TO.WN bullish upswing.,. Because many truth to the-talk Aou may not run as a newspaperman, covered A great. Hiyor t aRtu
411 Bargaine- 1dormeNteortime o Red l e ther) peagndivhe events which could have built f as
do nola h.al.e amaris-
I and pans33 Fodder pits goddess pressed prejudice. The Eddie Fisher-Debbie Reyn- deep south, Seaboard RR as a den is a man-kie ng job" htPan .e, but whisa were allowed esed o e
re2rfargain ioents alnn in tco mitedc m s a ritCan ani wre ao e ers reto wa c ased to erl inE a en t or r n' b ar
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2 E d 22 Mislays to 55 Like even if he wanted to quit, Senatorira el'sncane named Carol Legh ofsicknessFirSt there was Henry L. Sti
27 Arrange 24 Small masses 43 Jack, the from a siIng Watkins asked, "Why clutter up the chorus .. Martha Ray and Chaiplln'sson BidIs Shelley Win (whlh ored h a exit rome t ary of state under ver, whom tae d and Amran diplomats
25 Region killer ship her new spouse have the sulix ... te test conquest er e rLs Vegas Sands) was genuine. I watched grapple with the Japa hesitated By this time it was















aod9 ItaliIan town t 25R go ilrsiahearecord?"a wys weeal hy o Vine Whe n tin. w ha Only. 22e9nd co al and 44 b x. I a.l V
SSuch rulings th chairman eome-Run star Willie ay' night dates abroad. On the transAtlant Followed a loss of 0,000 trying nese invasion of Manchuria in 93 getting late, probably too late
3.. i4 Withoutn 2 131i5 aBlw will unquestionably cause Senator mares are models Elaine McNeil phones regularlyr... Jakie ole to outwit the dice ... Harvey Stimson saw the invasion for whateit te a
wl unquestionnablydcase Seno satoerowhoM.N ea hneregaularyiJanAckoCole
rhyme or McCarthy's followers to believe the and Jessica Tobias, feuding ver (of the Copacutie Dept.) weds Jo Grants father (S. Gold) died sud it waisthe eiin of Japanese division until te votogainst
36 Death 14-- ,,1S investigation is unfair. But the set his kinsey-report ... Eva Gabor MaYo (of the touring "Mr Rob den-cancerA wger.Awek)diereoufsthe bin ningfo fDCI of Deputies
D eb mhn d T e is n d i str a cting o h t u- F or i eHalDe1 5itawa SI D e 11113 1 0 9Bo fC o lbet
uthe hearings is such that Sen. is now distracting o -dt-writer ers" show) Oct, 23d ... Tin Ear made the B'way rounds squaring World War Valiantly he strove became inevitable.
of Tarsusr McCarthy will have ample Bob Merrill Her Nibs, Georgia Alley hears IBC's JimNorris of. h debts. "Ne-er feit better In rally the pee machinery of Those are the thgs I thought
Sotru opportunity to carry hiscase to Gibbs, has finally been trad ered Suar Ray ,000 to return my life," he said. Stricken next the world, to persuade isolationist about as I looked up from an
....th o p covrse tthe ai llas e nc ToOt o.tal n . ABricomneneatorhert churth phrseadehat pla r
42 letikwo e I&thoughlie p d o ves o thea r He is Chu. A Huddnestone h rO f lemring dvgar y P eThe N. Y. Times day Robin (Curly) Harris Of forces inside the Repubican part
although he does nothaveQuflree .o- land. They met on a foreign train had another bomb scare Friday the N. Y Enquirer may lose an togoalongwithim..hefaled, swimming trunk on the line
h heaahimh0.:long WotTChc ryeg.n.rbndonCnad
dom in the committee. Kaye ("Golden Apple") Bal .. ABC (radio is suffering from eye over a freak accident .It was division among our aes,
Television cameras,inewsree, slard wleryW-rosperity. All radio time booked P6Ndar Arthur Brown is back at division inside the Hoover Cabinet
and photographers are arr m yer e soon .. Marlyn Max- solid.. The s te continue to T s1ork Club for the o th time division inside the Reubcanmll boy whofshed or mnow
o t-well (who used to 'Lthe,BlozdA flourish. "PaJama Game," "Tean. ., Paul Small, 'the agent
ri nny a, .named Maril ) hou C e, 45) h -M twho reC-nth.onhatthatcaused t4 t olea tonare .. d br ht.- ti le ow a 0
54 M- ere h 4 al judicial, n- Jerry Davis shortly .,. Son scar Can-Can" lead the field. BrOkers earlier: "Tooi off o pounds. might, have tabeen spared from jar uminful e the rani his
86- Made l .owdedi +a -different from Eileen Barton And groom are ex.eport, that "Fanny" and Silk only ie to go"f...Oyoanne Ada, maichng off to war.e f i
Sirs am hearoos.Stocking look like the horizonlast seen in the BWa:, showcls Aer this, the dictattors ot r.
57 ere cmrs atmosphere of theierimenting in separteoroor.
orArmyMcCarthy hearings as Aify. obo Rockefeller must surrender winners ... Pamela Hutton (Babe' "Gents Prefer Blondes," landed in l s teronge Jhisnmarhed iamolswa
pular song thing could be. the 15-room+ apt. on Park Avenue cousin) weds musician John Bartis Cole Porter's "Silk Stockings". stronger. Japan marched almoswa
-a-ling-a- But just outside the door, the at 'the end of the month. Part of On the 13th'. .. Mig Trumnn has The police cleanup' h as m wat hered into helpless Ethiopian
ling4Jbroadcasters and picture men are the deal Mae-Ree Autrey on offer at" l Gs for a Vegas prowl-carp getting rusty. Th geredhisntohsseatheLeag
Wlnken, and"set up with full equipment. Any (Autrey, N. C., is named for her week .. Torontoks wealthy Tim rate escaped "Killer Burke Nations efforts t stop him ...e League
Bllnken and time he wants to, Senator MeCar- family) is the newest chapter in Cahill crosses the border solely for the most desperate fugitive sin again the world's peace machine
SWaste thcan step outside and voice his the Gregory Peck story. Ethel Smith, whom he's fighting. Dillinger. weakenedd Roosevelt and Sum-
4, allowance en|om .Pmesresumablyltheainvedtigatinsen-WIAThe Int'l Scandal: A nth o0ry string it when they called the
Mtio and their counsel won't try Tomhny Manvtlle's latest uh. The Washington Line: A Cong. Eden's boy Nick is Princess Alh Brussels conference in 1936 to ar -
aul,-.is Boston showgil Jean Dowd holiday week end In F. Y.pdigging film actress Ann Todd and dir, .. they also failed .. this timer_
--- ________________________________- Ex-Congressman W a 11 a c e J. Their hide-a-woo is the Champagne data on 20 "name" photographers, tor-husband David Lean have d was division among the Demo-
Chadwick of Pennsylvania, the Gallery in G'wich Village ... artists and illustrators allegedly gaged divorce barristers .. Kat w crafts and among our allies tha
committee counsel, is entirely dif- Startler: One of- the girls in the doing the party's "dirty" work in arine Hephurn and artist Fran caused the allmnre Cordell Hull di
ferent from the more colorful but Jelke Case is back working the mags, etc .... The N. Y. corres. Custer (of Manhattan) are m cs not like Sumner Welles. England
more bombastic Ray Jenkins of Lexington Ave. bar beat with her pondent for a leading German Ing their last stand in Italy.. was suspicious nf the U.S. ... so
Mundt committee TV fame. mother .... The Cleveland Indi. newspaper will be picked up by Producer Otto Preminger's for sr the world drifted
It was evident at the start that ans are 6-7 over the Giants to cop Immigration in a few hours. A wife Marion and a Frenth medw d
Mir. Chadwick and his assistant, the Series. You like the Giants? direct link to Red Chief Gerhardt (with the Schweitzer Foundati F
Guy de Furla, had done their You get 6 to 5 ... Cleveland? You Eisler ... Immigration & Natu- in Africa) are a Septeirber So g FRANCE ACCIATEN
homework. They moved right into gotta lay 7 ... No action on the ralization execs are preparing a ...ytLLook mag bossiMike Cow
their case as though they knew Marciano-Charles return fight. The case against author Lion Feucht- tried to annex the Paris cdi n BY the time Hitler ordered bi
where they were going and han- only bets are on Rocky knocking wanger ... An important tax case of the N. Y. Her. Trib8 cop into the Ruhr and
died their material well. They him out ... Eddie Foy, Jr. (of in Brooklyn will affect the entire turned voyagers report Jose Rhineldnd, the Democraciesnery
had copies of all statements and "Pajama Game") prefers bipnde tobacco industry... Bella V. Dodd Baker now plays the lowest r welldweakened e mahimei
exhibits prepared in advance for eyeful Marge Wilson, widow of asc- (one-time top Red leader here) peon dives well weakened Each time it wcs
distribution as introduced into the tor Don Richard killed in a crash told probers that several news. weakened war became more ee-
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By ROSITTIB W AX ROVE bout it-until the other day.
Practical Joker Joseph did
AURADI, F r I O- (NZA) send him a couple of camels.
When Joseph FtSlAF MarS left And for 0 wh4le Davesac would
Aurade la ear to open a bk- have clobbered anybody who
ery in Casablanca, he told his dared quote the Arab proverb
Sbrother-in-law: "I'll send you which says "a camel Is a heaven-
couple of camels." sent gift."
farmer Henri Davesae laughed
poltet)y and thought no more a.- All this came about when San-
".tamaria busially baking in Casa-
Sblanca, heard that a score of
Radio Programs c amels h left over from a big show
in Paris were to be auctioned off.
This was his undreamed of
Chance tomakegood his boast,
H1so he ea1Wed a bid an found
himself te buyer of two 15-
Your Community Station year-old romedaries for e.
(Telephone: -3m) Davezsac's surprises came by
.m camel hoof from the nearest
Where 10a ege People Meet railroad- station, and were fol-
lowed every step of the 20-mile
Presents hike by a crowd of excited little
boys and chattering adults.
Today, Wednesday, Sept. 8 But that was nothing eom-
.. .. "5Mpared to the reception wa en Da-
.9'- _- 3:15-Sammy Kaye Show vezac parked his single-humped
3:30:-Music For Wedoe sdaY hips of the desert in ph barn-
4:00-Feature Review: Musical yard.
Theater (VOA)
S4:30-What's Your Favorite The cows took one look, mooed
(Requests-please phone uncontentedly, and clhar ed
Before 4:00) headon nto the camels. The
5 e ,:30--News camels kicked back with their
5:35-What's Your F a v o r I t e enormous legs.
To protest t and soften her hands, this young housewife applies a eendition of her complexion, she lase the elesiasn g eream In. (cont'd) aea b e h
eh hand cream (left). UsIng a Imall amount, she strokes it on, stead ofextra soap and we leasing anti her sk retains 6:00-Here's To Veterans (VA) Daveac ked the camels a-
=at her Angers, knuckles and wrists, so that the creamItssoftne Justbefore toeepshe applies a nongr- :--BLUE RIMBON ORT4 Way In an old barn, and next
te hee to do a thorough Job. Next, she starts to remove sweet-scented face cra (rigt) wh ch, .when left on overnight, REVIEW morning found they had de-
her make-up (center) with leansing crem. Because of the dry has a mosturngeffect her skn, to counteract dryness. :30-Melachrno Musicale poured the entire stock of feed
6:45--HOLLYWOOD NEWS stored there for the winter.
(Paramount)
BY ALICIA ART drawn? Has your complexion from your face and neck, use a In. For a through cleansing, 7:00-NESCAFE ORGAN MEL- Furious, Davezac harnessed
several flaky a r e a a you're just face cream that's known for its choose a cream that will remove ODIES one of the camels to a threshing
JUST about this tme, m a uiy beginning to notice? moisturizing effects. And if it's all grime and dirt from the pores, 7:15-Your Dancing Pry machine and worked him for six
young h housewives are maki out If you've spent a great deal nongreasy and sweet. scented, and provide stimulation for your (VOA) hours straight.
their fall housecleasing plans. of time driving and gardening, too. you'll enjoy using it daily. complexion as well. 7:30-Report From The USA -
Perhaps you are, too. And withyour hands may have become dry When y ou apply the face To acquire petal-smooth hands (VOA)
so many household tasks to be and rough-looking, cream be extra generous with it you'll be proud of when you shop, 8:00-Music By Roth Things are more serene now,
done, you may forget your own Start now to coax your skin around your eyes, across, your use a hand cream that's formulat- 8:30-Family Theater however, Davezac has named
beauty check, back to Its normally soft, flaw. forehead and at the corners of ed with a minimum of water. A 9:00-You Asked For It (Re- the dromendaries "Treto" and
Your mirror will certainly tell less condition. A few daily ap- your mouth for t: ese areas form rich hand cream of this type will quests-please phone be. Hogar," and even Mme. Dave-
you what your beauty program plieations of rich creams, applied "dry" wrinkles faster. protect your hands com lyas fore 8:30 zac, at first as hostile as the
will be. And after months of sun between household chores, will During this time wash your well as softening them. sion 10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse coWS, is reconciled to the pres-
baths and outdoor sports, your improve your skin condition al face only once a day with soap ly a small amount, stroke it on arty ence of such exotic barnyard res-
skin may be in desperate need most immediately. and water, and substitute cream your hands as if you were trying 11:00-Wayne King Serenade dents.
of repairs. Does It feel tight and To remove that dry, flaky look cleansings for any extra wash- on gloves 11:30--One Night Stand They peep through the door at
.. .. .... .. 11:45-Music To Dream By her when she's at work in the
S12:00-_sign Off kitchen, and all the neighbors
Britain -Blt1ived Sure To Postpone Slayer W ith -Si SOfe o want to have their pictures tak-
r ev ure To s one Ser Wnne ose Tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 9 en with the camels.

9-Nation German Rearmament Meet Sought By Scotland Yarpleased heir diet-freshwater everyUn e
phone before 7:00) five days i n the summer, once a
0/ 7:30--Morning Salon Concert month n the winter; 10 pounds
-- o -- -- o8:15-Church In The Wildwood of barley apiece morning and
LONDON, Sept. 8 (UP)-Brit- High sources in Bonn report- LONDON, Sept. 8 (UP) have been the killer, British 8:30-Musical Reveille night, plus all the hay, straw,
ain will most certainly put off ed that Chancellor Konrad Ad- Scotland Yard today sought a detectives emphasized that she 9:00-News thistles and alfalfa they can eat.
the proposed urgent nine-nation enauer wanted a later date than man with a skinned nose, pos- had many boy friends of many 9:15-Sacred Heart But th
conference here next week on Sept. 14, tentatively suggested sibly an American, in a sex nationalities. 9:30-As I See It But there's always next year to
German rearmament, Informed by Britain for the meeting here. murder of an attractive Pica- "She knew Austrians, Czechs, 10:00--News .be uneasy about. Santamaria's
sources said today. Only a few h o u r s earlier a dilly laygirl. Poles, Lithuanians and French- 10:05-Off The Record (Requests last letter said he Is going to
At the same time, British di- foreign Office spokesman said Red-aired Helen Carline O- men," a Scotland Yard spokes. -please phone before 9:0 end a giraffe.
plomats turned an anxious eye the government still hoped to Kelly, clad only in a brassiere, man said. 11:00-News
on the. fighting between the open the conference before Sept. was found Monday. She had Miss O'Kelly's body was found 11:05-Off The Record (cont')
Chinese Communists and Na- 21, the day the Udte Nations been strangled by one of her by two ne bors who called :30-Meet The Band
o eof. A m (me ts ,, 7 own nylon stockings hat to s oher go shopping. A
e world,." .t Informe sourekes seedy furnished bedroom, blood-red towel was draped
Postponement of the nine-na- that t was extremely e An autopsy indicated the 28 over the nylon stocking knot12:05-Lunchtie Melodies
tion, conlereWe and the trouble the Sept. 14 dat. could be kept, Alaa-opsyoindic ated t e28o rot heny necklndknt12:30-Popular Music
year-old woman, o wnedeg aoh ann ar 12:30c-P r Music F H
off Formosa were the twin sub- since Adenauer made it known go lwo ne a 1:00-News
ects of a cabinet meeting call- he wants to appear before the to Hollywood and b ecome dress wa folded nearly over 1:15-Music Of Manhattan
ed at No. 10 Downing Street by West German parliament that an actress, had been raped. her head. 1:30-Sons Of The Pioneers
Prime Minister Sir Winston day. Scotland Yard scientists re- Police found four unopened 1:34p--Srit Of The P Viking3
Churchill, Informed sources saio dIn addition, Secretary of Statermoved from under the red- packages of American cigaret- (RNS)
Before the meeting Ben, Alex- John Foster Dulles, in Manila painted fingernails of the vic- tes and an empty whisky bottle 2:00-Instrumental Capers
ander Wiley, chairman of the for the Southeast Asia confer tin bits of skin, indicating that in the room. The botle, they 2:15--Singing Americans
Senate Foreign Relations Co- ence, was reported unable to be she had fought fiercely for her said, was liberally sprinkled 2:30-Tex Beneke Show
mittee, lunched with Foreign in London next week. life. Microscopic examination with fingerprints. 2:45-Hank Snow and His Rain-
Seeretary Anthony Eden. The Informants said Britain still established that the skin came Police said Miss O'Kelly had bow Ranch Boys
Wiso Republican conferred hoped the meeting could ope from the nose of a man. a record and was known var- 3:00-Organairs
es on European unity "a few days later." But the -The U. S. Air Force opened iously as Helen Carline O'Kelly, 3:15-Freddy Martin Show
and German rearmament with conceded it would be hard to its bomber bases in Britain to Ellen Carline, Helen Carline, 3:30-Music For Thursday
Churchill. hold the conference before th detectives seeking the mail Rita or Rosa Kelly or O'Kelly, 4:00--Feature Review: Family
Wiley wp believed urging U.N. meeting. with a skinned nose. Irish Rit s and Red Helen. Theater
ChUrehill azd Eden to have a Thet said she frequented the 4:30-What's Your Fa voriteP
"slew look" at Britain's previous British diplomats working on In particular, they wanted to Piccadilly bars and cafes wear- (Requests-please phone
refusals to cooperate more close- preparations for the conference find an American staff ser- ing a bright green coat and before 4:00)
91r in European unity schemes. were reported considering the geant known as "Chuck." He corduroy trousers. 8he spoke 5:30-News
e did o publicly last night in possibility of putting a safe-i was seen with Miss O'Kelly in with an Irish brogue. 5:35-What's Your Favorite
a British Uro dcesting Corpora- guarding curb on German re- a West End -pub the day she Some of the Yard's prettiest (cont'd).
tion (S C)' interview./ armament by labeling the coun-1 died, 'women operatives, dressed as 6:00-French In The Air (RDP)
American, German and French try a "strategically exposed While the American provost ladies of the evening and plain 6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
hesitations will almost certainly area." Imarshal at Ruislip Air Force clotheamen went through the REVIEW
force the cabinet to call of its Informants said that as .such Base near London joined Scot- bars, cafes and backrooms of 6:30-To be announced
efforts f or the nine-power con- an area, West Germany would land Yard in working on the Picadilly in the hunt for the7:00-NESCAFE ORGAN MEL-
ferencs here next Tuesday, in- be prohibited from turning out theory that an American may slayer. ODIES
formed sources said..- such *materials as guided mis- 7:15-ADVENTURES IN HI FI
It had to choose whether to siles, jet plane and bacteriolo- (Tropelco)
the conference early next gical weapons lest they fall too E F e n r s 7:30-Report From The USA
monthor write It off altogether, easily into Russian hands. Pres. I csennower Puresents evo F T
:00-Paris Star Tme r CANAL ZO

o -- luests-ples phone be-
,DENVER, Sept. 8 (UP) "conspicuous gallantry and in- fore 8:30)
President Eisenhower, feeling, domitable courage above .and 10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse
_ _"fine" after an overnight phy- beyond the call of duty" dur- Party
sical checkup, worked energet- ing action in Korea. 11:00--Muslc From Hotel El Pan-
-____- ____ _____ __ ~ically at his summer office for Wilson is now an assistant ama --E
. three hours yesterday, then inspector general at the guid- 11:15-Serenade In Blue (USAF)
1 D AM? drove to a Denver country club ed missile center at Huntsville, 11:30-One Night Stand
5.5 Pfor an afternoon round of golf. Ala. His citation said that on. 11:45-Music To Dream By
e The President's working a- June 5, 1951 Wilson, then a 12:00-Sign Off
lHonor to two young heroes of Mize, now stationed at the BBC-British Broadcasting Cor-
the Korean War. station hospital at Ft. McClel- portion
He arrived at his Lowry Air Ian, Ala., won his award thru RDF-Radiodiffusion Francaise
force Base office at 10 anm. valorous action near surang- RNS-Royal Norwegian Service
shortly after checking out of Ni, Korea, on June 10-11, 1953. USAF-United States Air Force!
TE ithe Fitzsimons Army Hospital He was cited for killing 11 VA-Veterans' Administration
R E N T. WANT.AD where he underwent his annual Reds during a heavy enemy at- VOA-Voice of America.r
I i i.' health examination Monday tack. During his actions, the
ii- f night. citation said, he was blown
Press secretary James C. down three times by artillery
I iJP r A ./1 I[ iagerty said that preliminary i and grenade blasts. f


S1 results of the checkup were Wilson and Mize were both ***************oeeoeoee
Happy landlords and very favorable." visibly shaken as the presi-
Hagerty said complete labo- dent read their citations but U .AW iW S 0
tee e t ieer l sratory reports would be avail- they stood rigidly at attention. as the land
S able "In several days" and that Comparing notes after the
ilfrugh our w4-utads *I asll or. Howard M. Synder, White ceremony, Wilson told the ser- they bathed
---u-a- -- w i house physician, would issue a geant, "I almost shook to in bimdle
ei-.H TMn to.- Ifdetailed report on the Presl- death."
Very issue. Two to 4ent's health at that time. 1 955
Me wast-ad--. h As he stepped out of his car n
-icterday morning he was ask- TXUI O
~ -id, "How are you feeling, Mr.
MilteB noW I Rresident?" lk,., olr S
aisi the point of it." He ob- mil PATE
ously referred to his cheek- Club Al nira Da e Ei $
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Some 100 soldiers were an- maestro an accompUshed
_ported from Ft. Carson. Cole. Bil contribute towards STARTS FRIDAY
to serve as the honor guard thesuesse of this Zala event.
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There is no escape for a TV per- out and make a picture andt hen
formT r. Everywhere, fans. Judson come back to New York. They're
La:re, "*Mama's" Papa, went to all doing that-Montgomery Clift,
Europe on his vacation. Toe CBS- David Wayne, John Forsyth-all of
TV network doesn't extend to Eu- them."
zope, so '.alre figured he could go
SIthout worrying too much about He's doing the same. He says he
wearing out his arm giving auto- wouldn't particularly care to go
graphs. Little did he know. through that year of filming "Duel
In the San" again although he
One night he was in Rome, at- wouldn't mind getting the salary
ndn theo pera. He was recog- all over. But meanwhile e's as
ed and, pool, there goes ano- excited as a dog with a rhinoceros
imlty. It seems theo pera was bone over his two assignments t
attended by hundreds of faIt.
ericans. All through Europe,
Ire found himself surrounded by TV Toppers
mVactIoning Americans. He came
home, his autograph arm weary. SATURDAY NIGHT RE V U E
m Next summer. If he cart get res- (NBC-TV): The Duke: Nothing will
trvations. he's going o try a nice satisfy me but a duel.
title mountain resort in one of the' Ben Blue: I bid you all a duel.
raters oft he Moon.
iOne great advance In civilization "Fisb -the role I play in 'Tea
t iseeaming nsoon Is ketchup in house,' he says, is a wonderful
6@0zask-s'tyledsp'nsaers. part. I'm doing it at least 10
Wateh for the commercial -weeks, while". Forsyth is making a
brdush your amburgerst twice a pi cture. It's the kindo f part that
y, see your butcher twice a the longer you play it, the more
day, see your butcher twice you geto ut of it. Burgess Meredith
SIear. e k replacing David Wayne as Sa.
S"" kini at the met line I replace
It never rains but t pours. Even Forsyth and both of us are tre-
for actors. Or maybe especially for. mendouslyt grilled by the play."
aeters. Anyhow, consider f you
Will, Scott McKay. Very shortly he And, on TV, McKay will play a
wil ,step into John Forsyth's role^ cu reporter in the Celeste noun
0I "The Teahouse of the August series, wth Miss Holm another
n,," which Is pretty god cub reporter. That starts over
X. And shorti after hat he'll CBS-TV in October and all the
n career as Celeste Holm'S cubs are looking forward to it.
Uding man on her new CBS-TV
"Honestly Celeste."
ese two big breaks couldn't Julle DeJohn, one of the two
n to a nicer McKay. Scott is DeJohn Sisters they sing and
good-looking, sandy-haired make records like their latest,
who admits that his first "Crazy Song Of India" hasa a
and always will be "the reputation as a bit of as crewball.
water By that, of course, he She does absolutely nothing to war
the legitimate. or walk-out- rant that reputation. Nothing. We
e-stage-and-act kind of thea. she does have one little habMi.T-
That's as opposed to the mo- she goes into an Indian hand
picture.o r walk-out-on-the-se wrestle whenever she shakes ban
-sit-around kind of theater. with anybody.
4 McKay knows his Holly-
Be was a heavy n "Duel A few days back, t-i DeJobn
ES.," the big W t whic Sistera were in Niles, 0., and met
bUIng revived. He describes the mayor. HMs honor held out his
aracter he played n that hand, Julle went into her hand
webt ook bhi a solid year wrestling act and the mayor, a
ake fas "a villain so mean he small fellow, wound up on the
t t for anything but fodde floor. Julie was honestly embar.
eKay says that nowadays the raised and begged forgiveness
of Hollywood in an actor's which ws forthcoming. "But
is changing. said the mayor, "let's not shake
~ today treat Hollywood on It." .
vies as a stopover. They go Very uwserewballMh gal, Julie.



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Sailings: Every Ten Days for:
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S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ...........................Sept. 27
S.S. "BYFJORD" ..... ..........................Sept. 30
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B.S. ALCYON ................................Sept. 13
*S.S. JUNIOR................................Sept. 13
S.S. SAN JOSE .................................Sept. 20
S.S. "MABELLA" ................................Sept. 24

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PABREM ANNOUNCE MISS LADD'S
BETROTHAL TO VERNON BRYANT, JR.
Mr. and Mba Dwight H. Ladd of Dallas, Texas, formerly of
Balboas anaope the engagement of their daughter, ncy
Elder, to Vemne Bryant, Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. eian
of Cristobal.
Miss Ladd, who is now residing with Iir family in Dallas,
was graduated from Balboa High School with the Class of
1953, i. Byant graduated with the Class of 1953 from Cris-
tobal High School.
Nti date-has been set for the wedding.

Mesd*a. Baker, Ross E. Boon, with Mr. T. Wilbe
GivinS Tea "Fourth and fifth places were tied
For Ir. Pemarept by Mr. A. Plambeck with Miss P,
Mrs. Ernest Bier and Mrs. Sbiece, and Mr P1. Malcolm with
Howard Ross will entertain at a Mr. A. G. Stiff.
tea tomorrow afternoon honoring (Continued on Pap
Mrs. Howprd Dinarest, who is (Continued on Pe) ,
leavig soon with her husband A
for their new station in South Car-


hostoited. adi ot
ave^ bMated ivftih Mrs,
eniarej wltork during her
six years ,e
The tea will be given at the
Balboa home of Mrs. Ross at 4
p.m.
Miss Gardner
Bark From Canada
Miss Beatrice Sturtevant Gard-
ner retu'led on -the SS Panama
from her spmaor home in Wood-
stock, N. PXrt of August was
spent in Canad where Miss Gard-
ner painted a three panel wall
decoration in the Hotel Bout de
L'lle on the Island of Montreal.
The mural depicted summer acti-
vities in the area.
Tom Catamtaro Will Enter
University of Florida
Mr. 'Thomas Catanzaro, son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catanzaro of
Gamboa. left Sunday by air for
Galnsville, wheqro e will enter his
fresh year. at the University
of Flo da. Thomas was a grad-
uate f Crltobal High School with ICHAPEAU? Shapely Sandy
tthe class of 1954. Pendihey shows her latest hat
fashion while soaking up the
Priorto his departure a small sun at Miami Beach, Fla.. A
farewell and birthday party was 'few deft strokes of a razor
ehid for h at the home of his ,blade turns the hat into one
parents: = attending were Mr. that can be talked through.
asd lie. John S. Catanzaro, Mr. \
and VM' RicUehard S Brogie and
Mr and Mrs. Russell E Oberholt- ,,,_

Dog9elu Bridge Winners .
LatestWinners of top scores Ia ---
In the- fs payed every 'o n -I
day at seven o%4oek at .
ihe *- o1 Guest House, were:i- aIkl* sml m...
irst -ld .ietd; tied. by Col. C. _Imofait rf.t..a" shle4 war
W. t1, rsi; Getman, nafswmba tmbrs e.
a ,d s with Mr F. EX ANA m .
Sulley.In place were Mrs.'


If Baby is kept happily busy,
otwe' ss sschance that he'll gt
i1to trouble. It's important to
to. it that he has a variety -of
g to do sinat he'll tire quick-
ly any one activity. And active
pla would be varied by quiet
playff Baby In not to get tired
out. Generally, it's best to give
him two or three toys at one time
rather than many. Then when
he's tired of the toys he has, take
them away asd give him another
one or two.


Generally, it's unwise to make
a habit of waking Baby in the
evening to show him off to friends
or relatives. It breaks the long,
refreshing sleep that he needs
and 'it's quite likely he won't go
back to sleep again when finally
you put him down and turn out
the light. When this happens, you
have the beginning of a problem.
It's important that he form the
habit now of sleeping well. He'll
do it if you cooperate.


The things that Baby does when
he is less than a year old cannot
be termed "bad." They're natural
to him. Hl doesn't, understand
that a cup will- break if he push.
es It off the table. When he
cream or kicks because be can't
have something he wants, it's the
only way he knows to express'his
frustration. Calling him "bad"' or
"naughty" will only hurt himA In.
stead, learn to divert his attention
by picking him up and talking to
him or giving him a toy to play
with.




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yOUr cOnary


Back to qme oelA areo this fall in plaid or plain, each a blend ol
avisc6 rayon and acetate. The plaid dress is worked with dimen-
sional over-plaid effect, has crisp white collar and cuffs, white at
thqibelt. Princess style (right) buttons from neck to hem, has
spaghletU tie at neckline.-By GaUe Dugas, NEA Women's Editoe


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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
About six miles from the Wil-
sons' house as a certain road-
house.
It is a favorite rendezvous for
teen-age roisterers nd has sev-
eral times figured in local news-
pape headlines.
One evening after their 15-year-
C ld Linda had gone off with
'ends to. a drive-in movie, the
Wilsons were startled to learn that
she was at the roadhouse, instead.
Over their telephone the moth-
or of one of Linda's Vriend$ said
worriedly, "F wish I'd forbidden
Alice to go there when she men-
tioned the plan. I wish I knew
what to do...."
Mr. Wilson knew exactly what
to do. He got bhi car -nd drove
to the roadhouse. Then.Ae asked
a waiter to deliver a note to his
child Wforming her hat bhe was
waiting to drive her home.
On the way home, he did .not
Interrupt her outraged silence.
But a* they turned into th.pir
drive, he said cheerfulHy
,,"I*J not rtieizing you for be.
w UB. Yw en!. to4the Pine


think it's a bLd place for you to be.
All that's happened is that two.
people have done what they had to
do, honey."
Later that evening Linda was
ready to listen to her parents'
reasons for making the Pine Cone
Inn "out of bounds."
Sometimes during adolescence,
children get the idea that they're
the only people entitled to act tip-
on heir convictions. This idea
places a heavy andoremature re-
sponsibility upon them.. For their
convictions are apt to be as un-
ripe as their experience of the
world.
When we see these youthful con-
victions leading them into haz-
ardous action, it is only kind for
us to reclaim temporary control
of their action. We reclaim it, nei-
ther with apology nor anger. We


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Make your 2 A
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Mrs. Bates Wieman, Mgr.
Open 9:00 a.m. to 6:000 p.m.
"For U. 8. Government
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Learn to dace with

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measure, r.=g.rlm that ar
young pers no quite ready
for total catro ,. hi l e.,
However, I must warn pamts
not to attempt to emd he be-
havTor fa Lda's ather le I
they can offer their youNster
similar onsideration.
He did not ritlls his child's
desire to visit a nmtorious road
house. He geentd 'her lit to a
conviction that differed from his
own..
Without showing her thi consid-
eration for her point of vew, he
would not have led her to under-
stand his own. Nor could he have
won her acceptance O the action
produced by his point of view.



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Manager)


Come to



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(Opposite the Anoon P. 0.)

And get yourself a nice new

GERMAN-MADE ALARM CLOCK

They've been just received

We have them in various sizes and
colors,.Luminous and with plain biaL h
They would sell in N. York for $4.50
we offer them to you for $1.98
But remember, ONE WEEK ONLY!


THESt KSFUr OWE


The Arrow and are


Among This WEEK'S LUCKY WINNERS
.1 II II II


* Lt. J. LA BARRIE
* R. A. GALLONGO
. VERONICA McKENNA
o EMILIA DE MIMBIOLE
4 ARNULFA DE GUERRERC
* C. D. LA VALLE
s MATILDE AYALA D.


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o Capt. JOHN L OLOW
* ARTHUR C. KIRMER
* BERTA G. DE AMAYA
* JOSE GARCIA OCASIO


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an employee of Taller Transportes Baxter,'..
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:- 11 aluminum venetic
blinds, very good condition, reason
oble, Calt 21872 after 6 p.m._
FOR SALE: -Reflrgerator and stove
Call 3-3393.
FOR SAlE:-Noroe gas stove, 2 yr
old; BenOix washer, 2 yrs. old; mc
pe dinette set, sofa-bid, tor(
ch t Ave. Cuba 52, Apt. 1.
FOR SALE:-Bomboo diningroom tc
ble and'six chairs to match, 4 od
;porch choirs, glider. Phone 2-3361
Housi 0840-L.
FOR SALE:--Wicker furniture, 25
cycle reafjrlrotor $25; wardrobe
trunks $3, choice lounge $12.5(
746-B, Bolboo.
FOR SALEi- 9/2-cu ft. Westin
house rtfrigrotor, 25-cyld $7.
Phone 878162.
FOR SALE--Couch, chair, end an
coffee tables $35; ten-piece solic
heavy mahogany diningroom set:
chairs, table, china closet $150
mahogor, desk .$15; venetia
blinds. fi of 36"x60", one c
36"x40" ,5524-8, Diablo. Phon
2-1310k.
WANT _
Miscellaneous
-AMERICAN FAMILY desires unfur
nished four-bedroom house. Hote
Tivoli, Room 368.


Panama Line


Sailings


The vacation travel season
north for Canal employes in rap-
idly declining and the Panama
liner panama will sail from
Cripba IFriday with the light-
est passenger load in several
mcatho.
N1iety passengers are booked
to illo the 8,8. Panama for
T. Oork. according to the ad-
.uun pasenger list announced.
nu ray. o, Amng the passan-
ier will be several college stu-
aents from the Isttamus return-
agf tor the fall term. No paasen-
Igers, are booked for Port-au-
Prince.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Mlviln Bierman; James r.
Brady; Miss Moira E. Brady; Mr.
and:.Mrs. Jonathan B. Broad-
Benjamin It. Brundage; Rafael
Carflo; Miss Pamela carpenter;
;MWa Dorothy Chan: Ronald C.
Chi4holm: Paul Crecellus; Mrs.
NIla Crowell: Miss Margaret L. I
,Caighy; David E Dickson; Mrs.'
'eilda de Diego: Mr. and Mrs. I
Richard 0. Dinkgreve and Missa
Lucy A. Driscoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. EgR-
gleston and daughter. Mr. and'i
Mrs Eduardo Faorega and son;
an% DI- Jo V rHetiLes. nL isb
Nancy Gill; Maurice R. Green-
-A.ur-.; u&,ou. uua.,dia; bid-
ney Hayes: Mr. and Mrs. Jack H.
Hearne, Willtard W. Huffman;
Patrick B. Hutchngs,; Douglas
Jordan; Thomas H. Kelley Jr.;
Misa Verna E. Kelly; Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Krug and son: Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie H. Lockaby
and Gary P. Lowande.
Mrs. Alice McCord; Miss Ena
Mclntosh; John A. McNatt: Miss
Blanca McNatt: Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
drigo Maarigal: Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony C. Maggirorl; Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Maloney; James J.
Maloney; Mrs. Christine Mell-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Edward W.
Milllapaugh: Arthur Morgan; Mr
and Mrs. Pautil W. Morgan and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
aepb A. Paquette: Russell E.
Pierton; Mr. and Mrs. Ramun
Rarvlrez and daughter; and Mrs.
Sarah Rowley and son.
M s. Edna Savorl and three
children: Mis- Virginia Schmidt.'
Mr&. Dorothea Schoenleber; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sheldon: Mrs
Mark K. Sullivan; Mrs. Marie E.
MUIvehlll Mr and Mrs. Richard
J. Tomford and two children-
Frederick J Wainlo: Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Waxman: "Frnpq r .
Wilson Sr.; and Rev. Ernest Wl-
-o41, Jr.


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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Louttry Plaza
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of July Ava.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
3n FOR SALE:-Two 1948 Chevrolet se-
1- dans, good condition. By Competi-
tive bids. gall Quarry Hts. 4143.
e. FOR SALE: 1950 Codiloc Model
62, excellent condition. 5 new
- white tires, new seat covers. Phone
. 88-836, Qtrs. 116-B. Gulick.
FOR SALE:-1951 blue Mrcury con-
,vertible, v/s/w tires, radio, new
- battery, good 'conditiqy. Coco Solo
S 8527, qfter 3:30 p.m.
I. FOWSALE:-1953 Studebaker Cham-
pion 2-door, perfect condition, only
1. 12,000 miles..Phone 5-521.
m FOR SALE:-On account of trip, 1950
). Chevrolet sedan in perfect. condi-
tion, $650; 1946 Ford V-8 Panel,
- one ton, $225. East 29th*Street No.
18. rear "Vasco," Fobrela.
SFOR SALE:-1948 Dodge Custom 4-
S door sedan, Fluid drive, plastic seat
covers, good paint, one owner, low
mileage, $600. Balboa 3755.
,; FOR SALE:-1953 Super Buick Rtv-
n iero, V-8 engine, yellow w/black
if top,; Call 2-1503. A good buy.,
e FOR SALE:-Very cheap, 1950 FWd
4-door, duty paid, good condition.
IInfbrmattion 2-2994.


FOR SALE:-Used cars at low prices.
PANAMA AUTO. S.A., Jose Fram-
cisco de oI OC NM. 45.
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2-door
sedan, perfect condition, new tiras
and battery. Guaranteed. Garage
Hyoms, rear Motores Nacionales,
S.A., Automobile Row No. 21.
FOR SALE:- 1949Cadillac converti-
ble, new top, 5 new whitewall tires,
Albrook 86-7228.,


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FARMACIA LUX
Pam ue Latevre 7 Stree
LEWIS SlAVIC.
160 Cestral Ave.


MISCELLANEOUS


TRADE ONLY:---Beautiful complete.
IV furnished country home in Santo
Clara. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large
l.ving-diningroom, kitchen, patio.
Vor.etv of fruit and sRode trees, on
large plot of landscaped ground.
cool and secluded. Tool "hed in rear
con be converted into guest house.
Has connecting bathroom with
shower. Will trade for land to build
home within city limits. Call Panae
ma 2-2521.

FOR SALE

Misceflanouse

FOR SALE:-New Hampshire chicks.
one day old, 25c. each. Phone 2-
5206 or 3-5739.
FOR SALE:-34i-ton aoir-conditioning
unit. 25-cycle, specially for the
Zone. Placed in Gamboo. Call Pe-
dro Miguel 4-674.-

Position Offered

WANTED: Secretory for dentist.
Must know English and Spanish
perfectly. Experience not necessary.
Tivoli Avenue No. 16, from 5 to 7
p.m. only.

LOST & FOUND


LOST:-Eyeglosses, block and silver
rims. in Balboa. Reword. Call Fort
Clayton 4116.


FAWN LAKE Bill. tf-? lt-ree-mon*i-old fiwn beats young
Douglan Starr to the waler A r-t of the tr Starr children, Dill
isn't caged in. but allowed to roam about the south woods area of
Monticello, N. Y. However, Bill has yet to m!ss a meal at home.


CLOSING THE RING-These kittens seem a trifle apprehensive
as they elose in on this tiny skunk, as It was fully equippedL
However, moments later, the kittens proved hospitable and wel-
coaed their new friend to the Fletelwr Tigner Ranch, northwest
of Deming, N. M.


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FARMACIA YAN- ,Ilgs

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NOVEDADBS ATMI
Via Mfma t no. 4


RESORTS


ills. Oceulde cottages, Santa
Clsre. Box 435, Balbpo. Phonew
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.


SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON. Balboa 1772, eve-
nfng.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages--rockgos, refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, onm mile post
Santa Clara. Low rotes. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.
GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot-
'tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.

FOR RENT
lHonMue.
FOR RENT:-Cholet on !5th Street
No. 1 17, Poitillo. For information
phone 3-1886.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION I. Just built modern
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT--Furnished & unfurnish-
ed 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.
C n t a c t Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386, Colon.


FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroU
apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un
furnished. For further details co
Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom aportmern
with maid's quarters and garage
Via 'Porras No. 106, Apartmen
across from Hotel El Panama.
FOR RENT:-Semi-furnished I-bed-
room apartment, gas stove, refri
gerotor. Very cool. OverlookinS
S.A.S. Commissary, Via Belisori
Porras, Son Francisco. Tel. 3-5024
FOR RENT --Comfortable apartment
independent, unfurnished. Phone
Balboa 1464.
FOR RENT -Apartment to response
ble person. Coco del Mar, 6th Ave
No. 15. Phones 3-2752-2-4940
FOR RENT.-Large two-bedroom fur


COMMERCIAL &
PR FESSIONAL
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Ask your Deiler fol
the Nw Weldwood SOl

"PRESTO-SET" '
for Hoi0e or Industry
Sets In Minutes
Bonds like Magic A
Packed in Handy Tubes J
Ready to Use on
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6"1 F. Nov. ime2 rej 4a 1 s rCfa
Central Ave. 9 .... . "
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Learn Ballroom Dancing
at El Panama Hotel
Studio. We will be
I lwd from Au,. 20,

HARNETT & DUNN
wll bring back the
latit steps
n 'Paso-Doble, Mambo, GUA.
racha and that new dance
Cha hl


CHIROPRACTORS
D,. A. aL OBILLAC -
(Palmer Gra1 ate
OlICE HOURS:
8 -12 and 2 -6 p m.M
Saturday: 8 12 noon.
s Fet Tvenue Tel. 3-12M
(1 block from Lux Theatre)


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J BAXTER, S.A.
Packers, Shippers.
. Movers.
e. Tels.: 2-2562 & 2-3451
. Panama.
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nished opoartment, hot water. Tivo- J GABE. IUJIA8 ',.
II Avenue. Phone Panama 2-0170. (MIMEOGRAPH) NIA Weill 's .Eftor
FOR RENT:-U S. Air Force inspect- R 0 Y C A NEW YORK-(NEA)-Back in
ed one-bedroom apartment, corm-
plettly furnished. Apply Peru Ave- (SCREEN PROCESS) the fashion big time for fali is the
rue No. 1i 1 Apt. 2. between 5 and' We pria- Ua kinds of Sport t ib daytime dress, in crepe or wool
pamd nd ,dge. SSIg. Jersey or broadcloth.
7 p.m. in front of Garage Remon. colors r.L These dresses will get around
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart- Excellent Mimeograph Work! for luncheons, afternoon ,and even
mer-r, livngroom. porch, dining- i 81 East, No. 5 Tel. 2-4763 late-day wear. They're ieal for
room. garage 'H.spania," Calle small dinners, for anything, in
Colombia, 3 Screened a ia s fact, that does not demand a reaL
.- r lydreasy look
I FOR RENT -Large furnished apart- Army Buckles and buttons hve ew
i mer. t. screened and tled floors with im"rtance as trim. Sometimes
bathroom and kitchen between two tihey re fuastion utmoremoft-
twr, couples. Also has extranbed.W nc they are merely decorative.
go coupes, Al.so haks extra bed- Fur appears as trim too, for but-
room with loaatory and private en. -Fo aappas A s,, t too for but-
rnce. 5. App Hopk 63.or suggestions tns, collars and cuffs and tor
trane, $85. A6Ily HoAkin.. 63.,uBb .pocket accents.
Furrh of July Ave. Phone Balboo We show here two daytime de.
2 In a ceremony held at Head- signs that are ideal lunch-and-
FOR RENT -Very cool modern two- auartets, USARCARIB, yester- dive dresses. Simple dress with
bedroom oparrment. hot water, ga- day, Major General Lionel C. slim top (left) has fullness drawn
r.ge, etc Phone 3-2232 McOarr. Commanding General, to the sides. Narrow velvet rib-
FOS. Army Caribbean, present- bon is used for boy's collar. This
FOR RENT---- To-bedroom apart- ed checks and certificates to 30
renat, l3-3.rg.d ningrm, garage. civilian employes for submitting
wh --____ ____time and money saving sugges-Mammoth BuiiJng
FOR RENT Two-bedroom apart- tons.
ne-t, with balcony, in Ilella Vista. Introductory remarks were
Coal Panama 2.2601. made by Colonel J. H. Wlech-U Iuh Mt
mann. Comptroller. USARCA-MaP ueilace I NY's
FOR RENT RIB. In reviewing the Sugges-
tion Award Program. General irand (.awml'
Rooms McGarr said that the money UV lll 1 I
saving Ideas submitted by civil-
FOR RENT -Furnished room. kitch- lan employes go far In stretch- W YORK Sept. 8 (UP) -
en. gas, refrigerator. 31st Street lng the defense dollar. The total The New York Central Railroad
East No 9. near Li Piscina. savings obtained frqm the sug- announced tentative plans today
FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms in the gestions submitted b this group to replace famed Grand Central
c.rv 2 small rooms. $30. at Las of employes amounted to over Terntnal with a skyscraper that
Sabonas No. 98, Colle Estudiants. S16-000.00 for the year. General would he the world' largest
S. ......-- ---McGarr also expressed his satls- "primi--ownd ofle building.
.. \ factionn in being able to reward i'efhitep lans for t.e str0.-
St. Vincent's these outstanding employes for tudt, c42nod reetin. rd-O
suggesting methods of improving uMa, httn4n have nott n adt
USARCARIB operations. .. ... . .. .. .
Announces USARCAR but Robert R. Young, tho te-
S- uggestion award winners in- gently won control of the rall-
rassion tPlav cluded Anthony Amato, Kyle 0. road, aid "certain archlteet
P s .in .. Bishop. John F Cain, Clarence and developers" had be asked
In honor of the Feasts of the V. Denton. Euphemia English, to submit their suggestions on
,Exaltation of the Holy Cross and Alfred E. Genther. Josephine 0. new building.,
the Seven Sorrows of Our Bless- Harrison. Marie E. Heres. Horace
ed Mother. on Sept. 14 and 15, Plres. Ramlro Sanchez. Elton C. Young said the new building
the St. Vincent De Paul Churcn. Smith, Basil Theokiisto and would contain 5 million square
'Panama City announces the I.onel'C Williams. Quartermas- feet of floor space, I million
;presentation of "The Upper ter: Casimir J. Borowlec. Harry more than Chicago's Merchan-
Room." a three-act passion play Chavek. George M. Escalante,'dise Mart. now the world's larg-
by Monagr. R. H. Benson. Frederick W Evers, Sr. George est private office building. The
This plav will take place on.F HeUlwle, John A Toothman,.Pengon in Washington still
Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 18 Nelson ft Weller' and John J.iwould be the world's larin
nd 19 in the parish auditorium, Wien. Engineers: Simon C. building. with about- 6% mlllo
at 8:00 p.m. St. Vincent's is lo- Burke. Jose A. Rodriguez? Edwin square feet.
cated on "K' Street. Panama L Soils. and Ernest C. Veno,1
City, across from the Pan Amer-. Ordnance George A. Koutezkv, The present terminal, built to
Ian Airways.. 'Jr. and Conrad Maner. Sirtnal; 1913. has been regarded as an R
All parishoners. parents of our Harold V Lowe and Robert L. of the showplaces of the ralll
school children and friends are Washington. Transport a t i o n road world. It covers some of the
cordially invited. The price for Corps, and Frances P. Russell, richest real estate In the world.
admission will be 30 cents for a- IAOS. Its vist concourse is five stories
adults and 15 cents for children. high.

Mrs. E. Lawrence Texas Governor ptiethst t htimin Scha
Dies Funeralthe entralthe second
Dies, Funeral .railroad in the country.
ants To Oust criticled what he called the
S service Friday i_ ure of the old management
COLON. Sept. 8 M mo-.ocuse CiIts real stat e to its f
na Drayton Lawrence, wieof mo s Cha n capacities
C. Lawrence, -printer. ded ye- NEW YORK. Sept. 8 (UPi sible with a good, rt iSddI
at.r seives


Puneral services
at the Church of God
Melendez "^
pt. 10 at 2 pi


will be held v A. MannShivers of Texas, wwh o f-th-romu DJLuiMI., n -
1. on Kth St won renomination desofte Dem- .ald. ;
*1. on Fr'- ocratlc Party opposition, has a"m said be hopd tbt
CRlled for the replacement of net ca e swOin
S "Democratic National Chairm vetl w eon--
Stephen A. Mitchell, Newsweek atoto m I a um of ta
^ S magaNzine said today .
--- i *| The magazinee said suil ve s
nM I charged in an Intervle wuSt He sa ha- b. t = Ta
MI eM I 'has assumed a pocy bsocreatlnbaenu01
of dictatlon." lf-the D -o-u- PPrty,
"I think that the national so"w S -
-, -. plrty can be best srved by re-,'fa siL
placing Mitchell as early as pos- ipl ,n


n.. a'"aic. oby Cavalcade thatbreoy,'.is 4. h f.
a ... C _o o ,of rayoiu- d three' y dt
ri t ;'rh ed pocets, on Is k-itA.
Straiot dn*k, (right) has dol- This is in 54a69 Wq kle-rPi*tmat
man sIeves aMd again, the high fabric..


GETS VETERANS' BENEFITS-Mrs. Anita Bloom Muller, a
paraplegic, of Nyack N. Y., is the first member ofat the Wnmen's
Auxiliary Army Corps to file for veterans' disability benflts.
The bill says members of the WAAC who were unable to become
members of tb- Women's Army Corps because of sNerce-me- .
disability should benefltiunder veterans' laws. She was taking aS
Army administrative course as a WAAC when she wa siekeft
by -paralysis. Mrs. Muller Is the first of our wo m tt U *
binl will benefit.


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The Necomer Club of the At-
iantle id as aMked that any-
one knowing of a Canal ZSae wom.
a: n ho Is really a good neighbor,
got o her immediate eIdgh,
bors bit te mny ot further
afield, sed bher name and her
-ualtifications to Box 214, Cristo-

* Of the 'women nominated, one
Will be awarded the title of "The




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" As the inal touch to her make-
this gil shave) apples a
l MvtM PRe -Mfc uuit Z bar-
m b i M 'wel w her p trty
blonde hlr a~d 'fair colerins.
This lpUtick I said to have a
moltening effect on the Ulips to
keep the soft and smooth.

TRE 'color closest to your lace,
1iamely, the shade of your lo-
tick, either enhanees or detracts
from your complexion. Lipstick is
one make-up item that can be
used lavishly and generously. Un,
like powder, rouse, and eyeshad-
ow, it doesn't have to be careful-
ly blended.
Her lipstick is often a part' of
a woman's personality as well as
a part of her day make-op.
Beauty-wise, the correct use of
lipstick can make "problem" lips
look larger or' smaller. The cor-
reet shade also serves as a back-
ground to give the illusion of
whiter b righter teeth.- .
Fashion-wise. wheq the shade
of your lipstick coiplemen't s
those id ypdr wardrobe, you can
create- omplete color harmony
In your eoatua ea.
Frequetly;.: a womn w11
choose one w iptck shade and ex-
pect it to aeysr tbing to her.
Sometimes'itsa dark shade of
red that ges th llusiop of a
hard line and a tired facial
expression.
A clear, true red is an essen-
tial lipstick shade. Th is shade
goes with every complexion, be
It fair, medim, or alive. This
true red wfl look Well with your
basic wpr6dbe colors beige,
gray, bladkr an0 navy.
Bright, vivid lipstick shades
are offered by one firm that
claims their lipstick provides
rich, fade-proof color, at the same
time kesplng-thO-lip soft and
mrist.
"nr greater color, allow the
lir-tick to set ,on our lips a few
si-utes. Then. ot your lips
wIti tisue several .times.
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Ca.l Zone Good Neighbor of the
Year," at the Newcomers Club
"BDakfast In Hollywood," ached-
uled for Oct. 2. To that meeting,
each member will bring as her
guest th e good neighbor who was
mot hel pful whet he member
arrived on the Zone.
Entries must be in thO mail no
later than Sept. 24 an4t e send-
ing names are reminded to, give
the full dame and address of
their Good Neighbor entry, so that
judges may contact the winner.
Bride And Grem
Arrive from WIsconilin
After a wedding trip, Mr. and
Irs. Emerson CottreU, Jr., are
making their home in Gatun.
Their marriage took place iClin-
tonville, Wiconsin, lat month.
Mrs. Cottrell, i the former "ls
Joyce Geiger. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wliam Geiger of Wis-
consin.


Is Made Knew In New Jersey
Mir. and Mrs. M, o
Jersey City, N. J., have a Cloune
ed the en agement of their daugh-
ter, Lucy, to Mr Joel I. LBaker
of the same community. A De-
cember wedding Is planned.
Miss Sog was graduated from
New York University in June and
previously attended New Jersey
College for Women. Her flance
served in the Navy during WorlS
War U and is an alumnus of the
Dwight Sch l, I N e-, York, and


STechncol r Musical
HIt!...
"THREE SAILORS
AND A GIRL"
with JANE POWELL
GORDON MaeRAE
GENE NELSON


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MIVE POLA DA

THE TOP SUSPENSE DRAMA
-OF THE YEAR!


"WITNESS TO MURDER"
BARBARA STANWYCK
GEORGE SANDERS


IliETUCSI ROLL


Beta chapter 01 SuSigma P
Meef Toight
Beta Csptor Beta Sigma
Phi will hold I ft regular
meeting of this qar this evening
n. the clpbropm at Fort Gullck.
Members unable to attend are
asked to call 88-479.
Sanitarians Meet
On Atlantic Side '
Tomorrow Night
The Psnama Canal Zone Ab-
sociation of Sanitarians will
hold its monyly meeting a the
Coton-lrstol Health Oflice to-
morrow at 7: pm.
Speaker for the evening will
lD.Mcready. ;ter
ed sanitarlian employed by the
United Wtult O6mpany, who will
eport On the event which took
place at the Eighteenth Annual
EducaoUenal Confrence held at
New Orleans st month.
Balboa *'' Starts
Ches, TernameEt
rhe Balboa Y.M.C.A.-UV4..
Chess Club will start Its second
tournament at 7: 0 p.m. at the
'Y.'
This tournament Is open to aUI
UVs. citizens on the Pairlc Side.
both military and cdvlli:n
There are still opein the
tournament for thoao' w- ish
to ehter. There is no charge for
competing In the tournament.


Te family are former Kart Crti h
Aal Zone rtsidnts -the-bride to To o aunest Speaker ,
Iei is a granddaughtet of the late. At the first meeting of the
Max Hen, a Canal Zone pioneer "Know Panama" group of the
and past president of the Inca Caribbean College Club, Mr. Karl
Society. CUrtis will give a talk on the ar-
cheology o Panama Illustrated
Returns From Vacatli slide in bklck and white and
Mr. Kurt Menzel, fr;, hae re- color, will ustrate the lecture.
turned from a vaatn In t he Under the chairmanship of
States and will attend-Canal Zone Mrs. EJ ,. Tattleman, the "Know
Junior College this year. 'Panama" group will meet tomor-
.- row at 7:30 pn,.at the Red Cross
!ui lding In O rtobAik.Qteat Are
*ordially inVited.
Tower Club Plans
First Autumn Meeting
On Sept. 1 .
SThe first regularly, scheduled
autumn meeting of the Tower
Club of the Cathedral of St.
Luke, Ancon, will be held Mon-
day, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. In
Bishop Morris Hall. Dr. and Mrs.
Irving J. Strumpf, newly elected
presidents for the church year
1064-55, will conduct the meet-
Ing and outline the purpose, or-
ganization and objectives for the
club for the year.
It Is proposed for this first
meeting to serve a buffet dinner
and it Is anticipated that all
members will wish to make res-
ervations as early as possible.
In the absence of the secre-
a4ries, Captain and Mrs. M. C..
Hill., reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. Zleanore P.
Brockman, Balboa 1638, or Mrs.
Lila E. Strumpf, Balboa`6589 aft.-
Jer 4:30 p.m.


LIKE A BIRD-J"tet eilcke
of Cincinnati, has found the
ultimate of thrills, he thinks.
'The I0-year-ow stuomraphe
Shas taken up ptarachute Jump-
ing as a hobby. Previously
swimming, riding and flying
lemons were her big moments.
She's the only girl member o
a parachute cb


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STRAUSS STAMP The1
Berlin Post QOfce will issue this
commemorative stamp honor-
ins the late Richard Strauss.
He became world famous for,
his "Der Rosenklvalier." Strauss
Is picured cosducting.


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STARTS FRIDAY
LUX THEATRE


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HOLLYWOOD (NA) -- The "If ye cu afford lt,.you should
"Gone With the Wind" revival s get sitk."y
bringing back bitter memories to
Pauletta Goddard. Maybe you've THE NAME OF "Biff Towne"
sever heard the story. po 0fp st a prize fighter, i Jack
Ready to sipga for the role of bb feature length "Dra t.
Scarlett O'Har after a sensation. Any connection with gir friend I
al film test, a was within the Dorothy Towne?, .. Jean Coeteau,
burning of Atlanta-the first se whose surrealist movies have coin.
quencefilmed-when she noticed d a mint -in the art houses, Is
anther beautiful doll standing on seriously ill in Paris. ... Now
the sidelines. there's a sister, Angle, in the Lib-
erace-George act. She's taken o.
"Who is that?" asked Paulette. ver as their secretary....Movambo
An assistant director winced an gingsiders fiddled with their swis-
said: zlesticks and tried not tolook em-
barrassed when Vera-Ellen' and
"Some British actress named Carlos Thompson picked the night
Vivien Leigh. She's. testing for spot for a fast and furious quarrel.
Scarlett tomorrow. Don't worry, ---
a" b D Johnnie Ray sliced off some of
....- the luscious green he collected for
Nowi t can bet old that ato ne his stint in "There's No Business
time Jess Barker was considered Like Show Business" to pay for
for a role in a current film hit. I ,Ullpqe scholarships for deaf su.-
wonder what would have happened dents.
if BKO hadn't decided he wasant'
the type. The film was: "Susan. Debra Paget and her mother,
Slept Here." Maggie Griffen, have asked gov-.
.-."- ernmental permission to bring
Bud Boetticher and CarrolU Case Anna Maria Paredes, a 14-year-old
cabled IngridBerman anoffer to Mexican orphan; i to the U. 8. for
star in their film, The Number adoption when Debra winds up3
One." She abled back that she "White Feather" in tamaleland.
would be delIghted If the screen- The child was working as a cham-
pla. met withher appeal, then bermaid in a Mexican hotel when
added: "Of course, my husband, Debra took her under her wing.
Roberto ossellin would have to--
direct the picture.' Joetteher will BRYAN FOY, the producer, is
direct so Ingrid won't be reading dating Arthur Murrav teacher Kay-
te script, Abbott, who is Walter Pidgeon's
favorite rumba tutor. .... Confes-
JUDY ERWIN, 19 year old sion from Errol Flynn, no longer
daughter of June Colyer and Stu No. 1 on the headline parade:
Ern, isin town for a bigger rea "Don't say I've reformed say
son than to watch mom ddad I've learned discretion."
emote in "The Stu Erwin Show." -
Judy's out for a career as an Marilyn Monroe is popping her
actress and has the blessings of orbs over one scene in the movie
her parents version of "The Seven-Year Itch."
It' calls for her to get stuck in a
iowthe tuiipets -- the Gabor .'at.tb. ... .Ian Dniley is consult-
sisters are in the center ring ig lawyers again about the failure
again. Zsa Zsa plays, a trapeze O. his ex-wife, Liz, now Mrs. Hud-
star with Martin and Lewis in! ,n McGuire of Leavenworth.
"Three-ering Circus" and pow Eva Kans., to show up in Hollywood
Gabor will be a lion tamter in a for a showdown on the custody of
new Broadway play. Dan, Jr. The lad is with his
--. mother.
Barney Dean, the ag writer, re-
turd to the ey Story" Visitor to the "Carmen Jones"
Saftertwo.weeks in thehospita set watched Dorothy Dandridge's
Raving about the beautfl nurses, hi movements,, then turned to his
food and se ie., he Bob friend to say:
Hope. 'That reminds me. I must stop
SA the Mookstee sud nick us a


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BY KAY SHERWOOD
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SOON' the school bell will ring
for the first time for thousands
of apple-cheeked five and six-
year olds-- including our daugh-
ter. That's why I'm slightly fldt-
tery these days. How will Mary
get long with 35 other children?
Will the teacher appreciate her
naturally shy temperament? What
can we do to help launch her
school career in a happy, self-
confident manner?
If you're at sea with the same
questions weigh the wise advice
of Mrs. Emma Sheehy, of Coa-
lumbia University's teachers col-
lege. I have profited from read-
ing her book, "The Fives and
Sixes Go to School" and from
tIPking to her, too. Mrs. Sheehy's
wisdom steps from years o f
teaching experience and working
with student teachers.
Preparation for school, says
Mrs. Sheehy, is not a cut-and-
dried exercise to start a few
days before school opeps. It's a
part of a family's whole way if
living. We must establish good
feelings about school naturally
and whole-heartedly. ,
Specific suggestions made by
Mrs. Sheehy serve me as a sort
of checklist.
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says. Don't conjure up an awe-
some image of what the teacher
WON'T let the child do.
Even remarks made in fun are
apt to be taken seriously. On
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Pennant Bound NY Giants Finane Sta
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ept. 17 Series With Humkbero Robinson TorfugueroQunfet TO Try
Hurls Jacksonvile
Braves Looms As 'Key To Lead In Playoffs For Cage Series Sweep Tonitee _,_
o J- By united Prs. -- NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
By JOHN GRIFFIN The Jacksonville Braves have Cam ortu will att t Ta W L Pet B Tea L Pet.
trained their ights on th U S Davis Cup Pcture F .tuguro Willt N e W L P. ... .
NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP) The cocky New south tl League honor U.S. Davisk blrouea eCth or o8b0 Miw ue C5 .
York Giants rode home today on the wings of their her t rip. ba nament t rt Ko6 8 ?1 A8 1 oo
TeM be ton ht at 7:30. The Turtles n65i71n-78.21 B t17 4
"d8he seaon to nn hher The Br,-w ..e Ro-ser Than A t Any Tirne tcbr.ho -oouis ,027-et b n i .m 4 h, M 2 4
S13th .'last gasp" victory of the season to open their The Braves who tr Rese T n Ay Tim I 1cop pithe rt utwof tebest st nnati 72 .4 474 21^ Ditroi .t
final home stand a 12-game span during which Sallyp elnthir straight T at .... h e eu l i s iss1
Stho hope to clinch the National League pennant. toppled savannah 5, ow m over the .ers, Psitt .rgh 481 A 50 38 Phladelph 5 5
SO alutc beden stortakoe the series for the playoff sLosing It950 Fort Aplbbe will have tmps, who are TODAI GAM TODAY
t comb hondhn offc.ticouthblle Since Losing It in _-1950 4vitor o.e. hecr. ow.n.
Sb Monte Irvin and clutch re. Philadelphia Athletics. Last year the Braves took thedrib eondthturl
li ching by Hot Wilh elm pennant with a record-break- Caribbean crown, o th tourne)nat at Philadelphia (N) Philadelphi at CleVela (N
I ,ceCw ill c o men YtoHaWq u i ck't e r m in a tio n . i na t P t s r gW h n g o a t C iam(
the lnts scored a -, 11-I- ESEBDAT'S STAR In clip but lost t Columbi B TV SNIDER Billy Talbert, "But what hap- Kobbe hopes will be pinnedPttrgh Waington
Sning victory over the Phillies t in hte playoffs. UHited Press Sports Writer pened.thete is a good lesson for on the scoring of Howard Me- .MULTT-'--UD ... -.T--- -
Siadeia last night to ex Monte Irvin of the Giants Humberto Robinson-the Ne- all of Richardson won a big Calln and Nickles and re- I 'T T
1o the whose second In rsei ace who won 24 for the s of Richardson won a big Calish aAnd EdNickles- and re- ( TERDATIS RESULTS
r league lead over the whose second to ce whowo or the FOREST HILI, N.Y., Sept. 8 one from Hoad and Trabert lost bounder on Fuch. both pre- New ame) h e)
Sod-pace Mwa.kde up oe n r i In t W lorldans through the flag -The U.S. Davis Cu cture is his title. That means we have vious contests, it has been the Phila. 010 000 000 02-3 0 12 hiW 00 010,0-4 6 1
a t.. grames't double drove in th two win- chase--ot the Braves off on rosier today than it been at three men fighting for two sin- Turtle yards, Jose Linares' and Gia .000 000 010 ) 0l1 12 Wahington 000 O' dx-5
Now, SSari withSa day fame ing ruas agaist the hillies. the right foot monday night anytime since Frank Sedgman gles jobs an Trabertr will have Willis O-hnsoiC who have been Katt Smos (2-14) and u S- ma r, Sar (2-) and
today agnst he Chicago Cube, by* checking the. athletics, on and Ken McGregor lugged the to go to work to win one of the the thorzt In Kobbe's side. 8 Se (1214) and Bur t <2-) nd
S the GanstwUl be. at home ftor H rd eheout hattec hlet*it ,n big trophy "Down UXier" to assnments." Lina,- eanected for 31 comunt-M'L F. l Q-,d..
almost two weeks while the ar Australia in 1950. The rap against Richardson Is era In the opener and hit 22 In Only game scheduled.
Braves "hit the road" for the Ha-ana The lad who makes it rosier Is that he is a diabetic. He tires in the second Turtle win Monday | gm cMuled.Only game scheduled,
same length of time. avana angs On rosy-cheeked Hamilton Richard- the third set upon occasion and evening. Pla -maker Jolhnson .
It's true that the Braves have ATHLETICS son of Baton Rouge, La., Tu- yet he can raise his game to has acocunted for a total of 34
the best road record of any team ab. r h ae A H A maMf I I lane's national collegiate cham- tremendous heights even in a points In the two games thus
in the league 42 wins and 28 Jacobs 2b 3 r 1 5 41V I60 lUlv7 IL. plon, who has developed this five-set math. Selxis beat him zar. And Ken Robbina displayed
defeat And t's true that Limmerlb 2 0 0 7 2e -hs t. season into a big-timer with the In the US. championship in four outstanding rebounding ability
Braves' manager Charley Grimm,Finin, 3b 4 0 0 1 1-- stuff to make both Vie Seieas sets-and never looked better. Monday ,niht, snaring 19 loose V k n
Whose club has won its last nine Valo 2 1 1 0 o lr and Tony Trabert hustle or ra or r b off the board, Robbins w 81as ^| II -- -- siftl
gan in a row, is talking about owe rf 2 0 0 0 1 their Jobs. pion, Richardson at 21, almost an All-Southeastern Conference
SwIn g "10 out of 12 on the Wilan, cf 2 1 1 2 0 NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP) For two straight years, the certainly is a future cham- choice at the University of Mis-
h roGu I Taylor, If 4 0 0 0 0 With the 1954 Intrenational Davis Cup assignments have pion, and the 31-year-old Set- lasppl. *
SFt the Glnts figure tbe rl as 4 2 2 2 6 League pennant already clinch- fallen to Trabert and Sef as xas obviously can't be oer- 1i. -Scoring McCallen has S-
S': The "magle number" of stroth, 3 0 1 6 1 ea by the Toronto Maple Leafs by default because we had no- looked as the present chm cashed in on markers, but CLAS IC WL A -- '
lt victories nlus Brave de" i, 2 0 0 1 1 attention today was focused on body else to threaten their pion. even more b rale I BOWNG A men d Regge's 19 wa top
fet needed toclinch th&ymeau 1 0 0 0 0 the three-team battle for theb d
TIna e Gir N tw York s down 29" 4 il nkayo spot wlth only one Seixas, at, at 31 finally has won the thing to put Vic over the allen and Fuchs have grab- DiThe Classic Bowlings O a t e Wood
is The Giants can reach 4 6 16 week ft to play. the U.S. singles champi lonship hump as a eat player. He has bed 44 shots together. t o stEdar ith 1954-55 ofson chucks took a 3e smet rom
ifil hre by winning nine of $ EA TR 0122but Richardson was te gent been a finaut three times ce Tuesday's batew reett Friday the loth of S efne the Te e. d r's
fI re bym wining the v SENATORS 1 2 2 The Cuban Sugar Kings, cur- who knocked off the world's 1950, won at Wimbledon and tion of Saturday' threr.in at.0 p.m. ate Diblo and M 4 We
aes should onlybreak even Busby, cf 4 5 0 rently Infourthlace e a a d aye-Lew H oad finally Forest Hills after 14 trieso cases a fourth-uarter rally A o o7 a le
N i le shu o nreonthisb t r 1 d gen ich n f inurthnpaen e 2.an'd f us rala. bere Ho ic always h e. haU dt he b hust. ote lal oint of interest to a1llI o d .Id th Lc
t a -6rerd on th trip. Vernon, lb 3 1 1 5 0 one-half games in front of the A la e as a hae ng i ng Turtles was the spectator will be the rand en- i w e
t's tarthln to oo more an nels 4 0 1 3 1 Syracuse Chiefs and three In "ihrdson Is your moest 1i e- buterM y"monlfe i, n. D e
t s f the three g a ls aula 3 0 4 1 front of the Buffalo Bisons were proved player," said Aussie Cup winning the o73rd en come b ahckirw ilerre M arte w' d'sespon thme .w.fo -


u $1?osm of the Phle Errs hep J o S S e on efs droppe a 5-2y er, ac n bu o e ho tw oh for a o \ia "- rav Ae wahi ye hmpthfroem-Mi aHuddlesons 5 7 nd 3. "m res p
o W t o-raen sae e n Lemon rf 0 r1 2 0ex 15 n lasns o C captain Harry Hopman, who ship has given -fVice iin oho n ayei the m.. e a role Infer spM r b the M 'a Ga, g of cellnt-. 2r03h wotor wallees -
b intB es Simmofenir oaanVer had much regard- for powerful that he-lacked. o d' rally. w be knocke maples a o
N -Iork Sep t. 17 could be the Fitz Geraldhco4 1 2 5 1 before they race. finally defeated the rally.m "a .w, ..r . t er. he a w. Al
tlie ut an. u le nn. dt o bae a 0 1h l Richmond Virgims ian, 7-2. a -'s tennis future before this matter what, theto py e"th e rotihnd," hurow s e upIndlia, a ne o'team m pnd he Lca-s
'etre shaleny o er, pa 0 1 i. "He alway a -ys had a great fine players fr wile toi to th e eae s year, hP promisell e ng uc ondh. iuc




...The5alahs b ad- 5 10 y ooapMa r.rer p 000o 0 T NEW YORK upne 8 ( dUP) wheboteotan Dave Otrtten. sip gla cob aoerr. letes, i t 7 Ip 4-2/3, Butrachy 2 in ndsome Frank tranahan the et-hustled Rex Hartwigready to d Dick Colston. ****** n o. ( med)








4l be a totuc under 8-1/8, MaSrero 4 tn o ahedpln hertospark-pluemilonsntys ow r h e Port flagtan Colston w ereabo are new addi. 6 ... No. (Hoats>
bofrd In rit-ent6 o n Runs ad earned runs Bisa n s turning gotf professional. forehandshotandthatmIf ays dup a et p ely- tions toCle team but are former **....... No. 8 sBuckeaes)
I ntre both Williams and Mays. s -, Burt.chy 1-1. Marreuo 3-3p Stranahancmade thi announce- him L Schirmer, a Promising members of the Classie League. e ..e.Cuc eg. No. 2 (Termites
the field d at bathe. 1-0. Hit by ptich Shea ethesinle Afinalatort t rookie with swimming exper. The .,dark horse of the league is 8 e.e.1.. No. 3 (Bearcates
wflthesd through ighina t don -Ptleladelphia p0300100 .0w-0Ntao n 1* l ms ilSr oalsoen Krro" togaen, hnighf t onin sh.d









Ph's badeling kn eekleballs *^ macv sheev ent Hailla"ins c C a n he a nd 'Dors dea Toe s Taidgh .e goCu p apert ae p
l ion f illn ieIs' ra W atranahan, who wonm the eBrit- afl sihso--oe as Boe- on. Boasting three of the leagues hope so t
.. play'. o 1k' Issued .. ..asb.n.tfr ed the last-place Ottawa Athle- Spinny. from the Heicata. BOb and
Curt simons of the Phillies to Errors Shea, Jacobs. RI Aateur championship twice-4,n 11 innings and theol lae a nthe-





nwu. tentwhenawthofGlant bS|V neve captured tcshe U. ec -pon and star middle diay definitely stands out as the team ueo nd 3l r t
avy Willamsto opnn t 1 s pro "because of better competoW- n previous matHg ches the Bl- Each team nLt hs year's Cmpo as- -
nni*nggave th a chance to co SheaVernonRnnl 2 defeated the third lace Roch- ateam downed the Claytontss 8.00c League appears to have the Start Tuesd evening, epo
Sgrk that leaded lne M Beat,,er Red Wings, 8- 1 two 'ts t no one. The atcht ame necesDay eancan, Jim Jance tobe 14, the f rorm or












rand then nailed Stan (Based on 325 Official a t explained he did not like -wa taken by Clayton. however needed to make ta tight les adults will get underway at the
se. AMERI AN F tournaments are based. F evening. S Alleys this Friday te at 7:30 VoPloeyball, badminton hand
I .a s fice. Simmons fanned Atroth, Jacobs, Lir- Franc iTranahanilace DikeThelsnIebo












S was the 3th time this -a* trh, P Stranahan also pointed out that Representnn the Fort Claythn P.m. and watch the pins fly. ban, and basketball widl be of
a nthitI the Giants had fn or thdlern, Club c 16 y.3 iy hFGerald won -our major open tourna- Te egregatlon will be: Mike ikela o feeed any o aterated adults every
winning wan in theor e oinld CL e 5r l 19 a .-A -'ments as an amaur the FFort Clayton: rank Swimmt The Pacific Cosmouli tan Mixu Tuesday evening from 7 to .
u. t bat either in theP Noe a, N 311 11 15 .33 Mw Kansas City. Durham 74st Snal Unit; Kteen t SCowe-'EedLeaam got anplos In the pasta lotof fun hah
P#.. w ..rou ,6 4,ena'te, s 5. 6,es on balls -TPrns Gl fro" high schooiers, who Will be Ywp -on
nnth nn or extrate langsd. e o, S ,. S s BurtShy 1 .8 and Fort pt 8p(UP com- .parked by their new it; Ed edn ay s ight at thplace te Diablo been had m the above m e-





The Gants glot their firs ru ,Chc .i 5 petting against the best pro golf- overton, ort Amado ack owlng Alleys with the bowlers toned recreational activities and
S the second ining on a walk Berra, N ersin the Fnationh ona Fort Kobbe;Cd Sea- nn newwood ar t adults, mae .and female who u -
o Mauys, a sinble agaby Irvinst, 3-1/8, Marrero 4 ITn 3, Shea 2 In heir 30-yeto spark-plug million star ysr k 71st Band; Loran High for tenghs fort wa Ire some and chance for
red r bi rght c to ARuns ad earned runs SIm he Is turning. golf professional. HevLr, an d Don er, a prl byoRegh e GO D elt o e..... NSo. 'ynasm
re ohWilliams and Mays. 4,3 Burteb 1-1, Marrero 3-3, Stranhan made this announce- ngembes of he Classi League" r
SLh10Htnhea.Aiurporncew7rookie with swimming experi- The dark horse of the league isn....NoABt













noth athenSnGBenriHamerh Snider, Bklyn. 551 112 18v .349 ing Sinte l toSa'm Urzetta ,2 game was g._
nal etn effort t hea. Maw n. Wit b ptlch of Rocheste r New York, in 1950. e at anBernardino, Cafor-therevamed a tea. The T n we oo a er te it
,, .....eneforw itson. Wid pitch..Sin York just before taki ng off to-
ek butn oncer again t -W S. hea (-9). LP Burt-B-,i who along with the other tentative line up of Sears is Budan at 7:3 theteion o
e s in .. pro debut. Fort CIHIayton members willBaler Earl Best, Harry Colbertrst ght wn shold be
Sbaffling kn e On onl ..match their skill against uchDan homasU and Doe Andergoneand te o higher. We

t never captured the U. ampon and tar middle di defenitly stands out as the team
Rnunen omezs.'Wlbel bi.. .never cu t .tarce free styler. to watch.
4 n fannd R Ash- I crown, said he decided to turnIsA 83 r
an pro "because of better competi- I previous matches the Each team In syeari Cs-
'allota, oa t ba I .tion and better chances to win. oaeam downed the Claytonltssic League appears to have the 1 000 evening, e..
th ledt te ad e d nwo meets to one The lt game necessary t h and balanceemer the Zpogm fo
ndrthen nailed Stan YAo. othreeon 325 Official atit)RAWPHeeAplaitldhe did not like wastb e
oulp to end to tchplayon msta'score of o-4 last Tuesda Come on out to the Diablo Bowling alno Gynium.
I AMERICAN L AGUE tour tournaments are based. evening. Alleys this Friday nite at 7:30 VOeyball, badminton, hand-
.i as -the 13th time this sea Stranahan also pointed out that Representing the Fort Clayto Ip.m. and watch the pins fly. ball, and basketbll will be Of-
bathe Giantsha d.nteP o.ea n. Y... .. 6329 u3S RR et''won afourmajor open tourna- Agregation will be: MikeSkelly,
the winning run In their lastj.Avl l _Cl. 5P,9919o3" mim asMan amateurMathemiFort Clayton; Frank Smith, The Pacific Cosmopolitan Mix-uesay eveni, from 7 to 9.
#%bat-either. inthe, N.Y... 3'7.........33MiamiKndortaynesas enCot741st Signal Unity; Ken Scow- ed Leageue got underway lastIn thepast, alo of funha
vThe innint or exteira inings. rn oso, Chc._ 511 1-1165 33 t Kagnsat Cieety rham croft, 7445th Army Unit; EdlNednesday night at the Diablo om e ave men-
The Giants got their first runIFox, Chic..7" 1 94 petrng against the bea t pro golf- Overton, Fort Amadoor+ 3ack bowling Alleys with the bowlers tlonea recreational activities and
n the second ,Inning On a walk, 1 Ber.r, N. r. 16 76 159 308 es In the nation. Thompson, Fort Kobbe; Ed Sea- 'unning Into new wood splits, ladu, male and female, who de-















~are in the ArmY,. the age of 83. I n r,.dm '.. .. ...IPaaaCnaoa


Players were picked by sports- The old warrior of the gridiron winged attack he brought d
writers and sportscasters who had been battling for his life of other he brought doame are speak Englih
s oz ~~other plays Into thegae .-
covered the tournament which for more than seven weeks fol- that thrilled millions of the na-
ended last night. lowing an operation for cancer of tion's ridiron spectators. it was And, that ain't
Martin, Yankee World Series the throat last July. conceded by many experts that
hero of last year, was chosen the Warnerhad more trickery in his OG-wash
LAll-National second baseman. His physician, Dr. Russell Lee offensive pattern than any other
Spencer, who appeared in 141 of Palo Alto, said Warner had coach in history. I,
46games last season with the Gi- been unconscious for 12 hours Warner remained loyal toy6
ants as second and third base- before his death, the system named for him
man and shortstop, pulled down At his bedside were his wife, even after It was pushed aide
the All-Star shortstop berth. Mrs. Tibb Warner; a niece, Mrs.frst by the oe si
Jane Warner Schofield of Seat- and then by the T afom shifton
tleAl A : his long-time friend and "The double wine attack is the
IVF IM Wi former coaching assistant, Ben best in football," Warner said as
So .SHdS M WWinkleani, and Mr. Winkle- the T crsoe grew in 1941. "It has
nDra. Lee, who reported Monday mor e powe r and s
Dreman.e more striking power and fytem
night that Warner was fnalln y In football. withinin any sysem .
CAMDEN, N. Z. .-(NEAC Al losin his gallant fight for life,
dI *. jockey who still has an excellent aged coach's "tremeeus wVtal- tern forzini-bark into. '"ro "in-
ideul a. "s h8adr ldtome hhi m "e ton 11 d .ntode t nhe ing y- .i
-ida aof what money is. ty" had kept him ge Ing as long ence before b died At the tie
SAt an age when most people are asit did of his deathnerlY half the
content to sit things out in a rock.- Warner eaehed fesotaUl for teams in Intercolleg teranks
cgehair, Finley Is up at dawn 44 years In inn seek rrim Pow- were using some form of a witrn
!ash morning to personally train h aeerb s t as CoelM G, att*ck ......... .in.
and_ _.e -ii an obscueetwo-year- Pit"burgb. CirUisle, ord It ras ,, coa-b o t e- "
old ending, Happy Rustler. i4 Temple. darv Crls oe .io h 840 n"
S Tbere's a Ug reason for it. T HeMe was I dited revlu-1 Pennsv e nniath aothea leu-
pptate, the woIsred i Thest Gardlen tinlpenth uote it a s d e ub e's en that be awptured
..be run at Ga.orden State Park, Octr a double-V IaA t Ck U", f&_be' JT o '.i Paaa'IL fu.
Is. Top money is more than $1S0,-which on" "' neastI s Wbrer -o *nb ol f t. iwl I
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The Giants and Indians express a
definite desire to see what It's
like to play seven games or less
in the all.
The noble athletes h a ve no
qualms about who would win or
lose. The New York Nationals
don't think too much of the Cleve-
land defense, figure it would be
easy to cash I* on it. The Tribe
s l perfectly willing to let the Polo
Grounders stir the air trying to
hit its air-tight pitching.


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By RAY ELIOT
Head Coach, Illinois


CHAMPAIGN, II1. Sept. 8 (NEA)
-Big Ten coaches have a gen-
tlemen's agreement not to put
each other on the spot.
It's a pa t that couldn't possi-
bly disturb my conscience ,hen
I surfl theIebaference field.
I heard one of my sports wirit-
tng friends break down, the
Western Conference into a 4-2-4
Sarreangement." He lumped Wis-
consin, Iowa, Illinois and Michi-
gan State Into one group (though
.,hadg cue Ohio state and
Michigan, and followed by North-
western, Minnesota, Purdue and
Indiana. *
I was reminded how little form
means in our circuit by Purdue's
6-O upset last year of Rose Bowl
champion Michigan state-and
this year's ,Boilermakers are
rated an improved squad.
Wisconsin, a perennial con-
tender, would need only Alan
(The Horse) Ameche who
trampled us at Madison last year,
to make the Badgers a conten-
der. But in addition, Ivy William-
*on can muster Jim Miller, p 1953
quarterback surprise who, v un-
erstad, might play some sin-
gle wing taback. guard Cli r-
ene Stensby, end Ron Locklin
and center Gary Messner -all
fine players.
REFER ONLY TO Notre Dame
for Iowa's worth. Winners of
their last three in the Big Ten
before tielng the Irish In Ithei"
finale the Hawkeyes come back
with the nucleus of that squad.
Capt. George Broeder leads a
veteran backfield, with a poten-
tial All-America, Calvin Jones,
fronting a depth-laden line.
i At Illinois, we have problems.
People- look only at our running
backs-- C. Caroline Mickey
Bates and sophomore newcomer
Abe Woodson--but forget that
we lost usx of seven line start-
ers. Our lone returnee, Jan
Smid. is a. good one. Reserve
tackles Afr 1n3 1 must develop
quickly. We're a little unsettled
at quarterback, where Em Lind-
beck and Bob .agola are the
only experienced hands.
You cat discount the mate-
rial Biggie Munn willed Dully
Daughe.ty. at Michigan State
when it Includes players the cali-
ber of halfbacks LeRoy Bolden
and John Matsock, the latter
shifted from quarterback; auar-
terback Earl Morrall, fullback
Gerry Planutls, ends EllFs Duck-
Sett nd Don Kauth and guard
Hank BullMough.
OHIO STATE HAS Its usual
vast bulk of manpower, perhaps
a trifle slow in the line but cer-
taily not In the backfield with
Bobby Watklns ad Hopalong
Sassidy. Quarterback Johnny
Borton, a real scholar, is report-
ed recovered from his ankle
trouble. Them* was never any-
thn with his th in
has outs tan= g
backs in Tony Branoff and Lou
VBa l, =an s aror.

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hopes are boosted by an All-
America type tackle, AMt Walk-
er.
NEA'S PROBABLE
ALL-MIDWEST TEAM
Endw-Dick Brubakern Obte St.
End-Ran Locklna, Wisconsin
Tackle-Art Walker, M(ihgbm
Tackle-F. Varriehione, N..
Gumrd-Calvin Jones. Iowa
Guard-Tom Betis, Purdue
Center-J. t3aaore, N'thwest'n
QB-Ralph Guglielyil, NJ).D.
HB-LeBoy Bol4en, MIch, St.
HB-J. C. Caroline,' Illinois
FB-Alan Amecre, Wisconsin
Northwestern could surprise a
lot of folks, including Illinois,
because of the little turnover in
personnel. Twenty-six lettermnen
are back, led by center John Da-
more. The Wildcats need only a


ans Pulling For One Another;


md Clubs Even After 300 Games
The real story of this mutual
admiration socitty, however, is in
the bucks office.
"If it went six games," says
Garry Schumacher of Harlem,
"we would do 400,000 paid be-
tween the two parks. If it went
the limit, it would be about 460,.
000. In 1M51. we did 341,9 with
the Yankees, at both parks. You
can figure how much bigger this
one wouldbe. It would set an all-
time record."
The Giants and Indians are not
more than three games apart in
300 spring exhibition games play-
edo ver a 20-year stretch. In more
recent years, both sides h a v e .
trained in Arizona. En route *.:' i4
home they have played in a lot .".
of elit es. ,":.


THE WORLD SERIES has been
a New York family affair since
1949. There was a little trip t o
rdadelphia in '50, when the Phil-
lies took the National League lead-
qrship, but it still was a dry
Manhattan, with the Yankees gal-
loping in four straight.
The country is sick and tired of
the Yankees and Dodgers in the
Larry Deby World Series. Last autumn base-
ball's fall fashion show had that


HOT CORNER HOP Brooklyn Dodger third baseman Don
Hoak goes high in the air in an attempt to snag a dive by New
York Giant second baseman Davey Williams in the second
inning of a game played at the Polo Grounds& Dspite the. fIae
try, William was credited with a double.


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top quarterback. By JOE STETSON -. -. ...- -
Dog Editor ( .
MINNESOTA LOST Paul Giel, ..---- -
which could be calamitous. but In most sections of the country | ' '* .
Murray Warmath isn't singing the weather has'been giving us /
the blues. They grow them big In a really hard time. This has left < /
the Northland. Halfback Bob us with little ambition to do more //
McNamara is but one example, than is absolutely necessary. A. /f \ .
mong the necessary chores, how- / / -
On rebuilding programs that ever, should be included proper i
could pay off any time are In- arrangements for the comfort of /
diana and Purdue. The Hoosiers our dogi.
may have the sophomore phe- It doesn't take much to keep a
nomenon of the season in Milt dog happy in hot weather, b u t
Campbell, the amazingly versa- without a few essentials real suf
tile halfback who was the 1943 fearing can result. Plenty of shade
national decathlon champion, is a Godsend, but it isn't always
available.
There's always an upsetawit- At least one small patch of
ier a complacent foe at Lafa- shade as a refuge from the relent-
yete, where the Boilermakers less sun should be rigged. It it
come up with guards like All- an be large enough so that a spot
Conference Tom Bettis and slick of earth under itis shielded from
quarterback Fronde Gutman. the sun's rays all day. this will 0biA
Fifth of 10 artle. N t: The be the spot intq which the do can
Southeastern Coference by himself reasonably cgroundol. I a dog should suffer from heat
Harold Red) Drew Insect pests can make a dog's exhaustion, remember that cold
-- life miserable. Great relief, as towels applied to the abdomen
well as a bit of cooling, can be near the large blood vessels is
i A ons Sgiven simultaneously by an occa- helpful.
sional dip. llo is a goodold stand. Above all, relax and let your
by. Its ingredients are effective dog do likewise.
and yet harmless to the dog itf us- (Distributed by NEA Service)
ed properly. Mix your own if you
wish-and know how-but either Along The Fairways
way, get rid of lice, ticks, fleas,
By BEANS EARDON and dscourage flies and mosqul-
24 Ywtm In National League toes.
Written for NEA Service Dipping isn't so com located as Golfing Gossip From The
is sometimes thought. Let me tell Asialor Lales
QUESTION: The batter lifts a you why. Many owners feel that
long fly to left field. The field. they can dip the body of a do Nineteen ladies participated in
er goes back to the fence- a low easily, but the important hea the "Blind Bogey' tournament
one-then leaps up and catches parts, to which fleas will rapidly last Thursday, but because of the
the ball. But he has one foot off move, cannot be well dipped be. rainy morning, only the follow-
the ground and the other on the cause of danger to the eyes. lng four were able to finish 18
railing as he makes the grab. Is The answer to this problem is holes.
this allowed? He is totally off the so simple that it hurts. Simply put Margie Lord
playing feld.,-Arthur Feeney. a drop of mineral oil in each eye Aline Wood
Answer: Thfi Is an aiowable before dipping. The oil will pro. Ethel Browne
catch-es log as the fielder's pe. test the eyes and the dip can be Anna Moynlhan
sties revolves arnua the va poured over the head. ears, and Each of the four was given a
lhg. Me cannot go into the stands neck thoroughly. The dog will not golf ball, and the 35 cents entry
and make a eateh. be caused the least discemfort. fee was refunded to the other
Q. How long has Granny Ham- This simple but effective point. participants.
ner been in a Phillie ?unifm?- er will, Im sure, give courage to The "Blind Bogey" tournament
Jack Reichart. those who have been reluctant to is scheduled again for this
A. Rasmmie began is rofes. dip their dogs for fear of eansing Tbursday. The tournament asab
iall easier as a MiMe la 104. harm to the eyes. will be open in the afternoon
aBe eat e ar aid rt of Don't fclip a dog. Strip and brfth for those who will be busy with
Ia i.at Utia, 0 1F kbe's out old ane xcs coat. Leavet he school regotration la the morn-
I been P*oWN e a shfee. good coat as insulation against In.r
ow old is Bro.klyn's John- sunbrs r tournament got
ny Podres?-Art Glick. Don't transport a dog in m underway week. The sign-up
A. He Is b mer unless you have to. If you do, shoAt is on the bulletin boara,
Q. I this Gene Conly's first fix a well-ventilated crate for him and we hope that there will be
year ia the maJoT-s-ob GoeO. inse the ear and leave the ear many more names on it mon. If
A. eo, the ames' Ir" was windows ema for ventilation, there are any questions this
In fear games at este ia nim. Don't =ap a dog during dog tournament, please cheek with a
Q What kind of a minor league days uleas careful investigation committee member.
atti ave did Curtis eob- of shipping methods and means Rae Hughes has extended an
rts ofthe Pirates briag up w assurane that the condi tnvtatios from the Rodman
hiMso? i DAJesn drot o wl be sale. O Clubto the Am-d-r lady
A. 1oftrto 2lI t J with benvr Don't neglect to keep Irpleti.-olfers, to partipate te1 their
INA yewa aid n and JO toe tw" ful supply of water inta qhadediLadle Day -on Tuesday morn-
sum sefec. place. Ings.


"This is where I came In" touch. Lakefront fans, until this year's
it was like seeing a show for the editdjn showed definite signs of
second time. Nation-wide,ithe cus- meaning to go all the way, had
tomers yearn for new casts. The grown to expect a collapse.
Giants and Indians would gile The same result this season
them new bright stars, starting would be a murderous body belt.
with the remarkable Negro cen- The addicts qould regard the
ter fielders, Willie Mays and Lar. tribe with the same skepticism
ry Doby: that they view Dr. Sam, whom it
has been keeping off page one of
It doesn't take too much to fig- late.
ure what a pennant would mean A victory would turn northern
to the Horace Stoneham organiza- Ohio back to the days of Bill
tion. Except for the Little Miracle Veeck, when wild-eyed p a y I n g
of Coogan & Bluff in '51, t h e guests broke the attendance rec-
Giants for 17 years or shortly be- rod.
fore Chillie Willie erry departed. Cleveland's Municipal Stadium
have been little more than an ad- accommodates 73,500, the Polo
ded starter in New York's three- Grounds 52,000. Accountants would
oly entry in major league base- have a lot of fun adding up the
ball. profits on this .ne.
Last year was an outright dis- The Indians out of it, the good
aster and as has been noted be- people of Cuyahoga County and
fore, a similar performance this of the country, for that matter.
trip would have left the status again would get in some football
of the present ownership in a deep rooting ahead of time.
fog. Giant fans have come out of There would be ever. less inter-
the woodwork this season and a est in a World Series, which peo-
strong finish would insure solidity pie across the land now regard
in '5 as New York owned, especially if
TH sAME APPLIES to Cleve- it brings out the same oldc ompa-
land-only on a broader basis, nies.


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Sept. 22 As Day AN IN

01' Natonal Prayer
W. wednesday, Sept. 22, has been
designed by Pesdent Esenhow-er
eras a NtlonalDay ofPra.yer
-asjauthorked by Congress in a
joint resolution approved in A-
pri 1952.. "Lt th peope
PThe resident's proclamation peop
"fpwereas the Congress, by a TWENTY-NINTH YEAR
joint resolution approved on A-
prt 17, 1952 (66 Stat. 64,, pro-
Oided that the President 'shall
set aside and proclaim a suitable n | E ..
day each .year. other than a | .E l||
Prayer, on which the people of 9
the United States may turn to
Go4 In prayer and meditation ;

"Whereas Americans of every | ia l r |
generation have sought and w i W i,/
olond in Almighty God help and
guidance in their personal and MIAMI, Sept. 8 (UP) An
"Whereas it l s fitting that all erratic hurricane powered by
Am"ercan. should unite Ir pray-n 115 mile-an.hour winds swerv.
er on one day o f each year In ed toward the north In the nick
reaffirmation of our faith in theof time today, sparing the fam-
power of prayer: ed resort of Nassau and the
,, oFlorida Gold Coast.
"Now. therefore I, Dwight D. The beautiful capital of the
Eisenhower, .President of the Bahamas had battened down
United States of America. do for the big blow expected early
hereby proclaim Wednesday, today. But the hurricane curv.
Sat. 22, as a National Day of ed away and missed Nassau by
Prayer, when all, of us may give more than 100 miles.
thinks for blessings received, A special weather bulletin
and beseech God to strengthen located hurricane Edna 120
us In our efforts toward a peace- miles northeast of Nassau and
ul -'world." 270 miles due east of Miami.
It was moving then toward the
i Carolina capes, some 650 miles
S W eS Kh ia to the north.
WSa *Several hotels and motels in
Sr Miami Beach, which had board-
R asons For e ed up their water-front win.
dows, started removing the
Slhshutters this morning when the
h Break With Res weather bureau here released
the welcomed Information that
BNVR, Sept. 8 (UP)-Pres- the storm had changed direc-
- lde& isenhower today sent a tion.
Ie-6r to Sen. William F. Know- .Several industries along the,
dI (R-Calif Senate major- Gold Coast from Key West to
Ity leader, explaining why this
cdlzntry should not break diplo- --
mautic relations with Soviet Rus-
to owlanid wired the President Hurricane Control
Sunday, asking Immediate Ca ie T
ce of relations with Rus- C Go To

ter careful consideration,
Eisenhower wrote a reply MIAMI, Sept. 8 (UP) An
Itwas mailed to the C 89 year old retired minister
Ite.ouse press secretary called on his followers in the
Hagouert p refused to Hurricane Control Prayer
contents of the letter pub- Group today to begin praying
11 ut he said he was not tak- for Hurricane Edna. to swerve
I~ act anything he had said out to sea and miss Florida.
7i baerday. ta Aso soon as I heard the first
.Sunday night, Hagerty report on Edna I telephoned
t*- reporter# he knew of no my people and told them to
Ohnge In the President's post- start praying," said the Rev.
tas AMr. Eisenhower stated it James R. Adams, whose follow-
t*un Aug. 11 press conference, era number around 25.
t this press conference, the "We're praying that Edna
zf Executive said he did not will not develop destructive
beive a break in relations with strength and will turn eastward
RUMta would contribute to world and go out to sea without do.
_.p __e. Ing any harm to anybody, any
property or any ship," Adams
Puerto Rican Mom said.
Adams and his wife Elsie, in
fin d $3,550her fifties, have headed the
prayer group here for the past
0 Traf C four years.
Ott Traffic Counts Each year during the hurri-
.cane season, from June to No-
NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP)-A member, the members meet on
P1drto Rican mother of four Sunday afternoons to pray that
etldren was fined today a rec- no hurricanes will strike Miami
S$3,55 for 73 traffic viola- or South Florida.
tlns.T-- "We're not at all troubled a-
The woman. Mrs. Margeritia bout the storm," Adams said.
,Ja1tne, 25, told the magistrate's "None of us who are praying
woat she was unable to pay the are taking any special precau-
fine That left her the alterna- tions because we believe in our
t of spending six months in prayers. There'll be no chain-
eeping, .sh e-was taken from ing down of garbage cans or
V Infi sohmetoa detention anything like that-for us.
courtroom to a deten The old grannies of both
0 the same time. her comn-sexes say: Hope for the best
-6hlaw husband. Raul Rodrl- but expect the worst. If you do
US30, was sentenced to 60 that you'll get the worst."
d in Jail for 10 traffic viola- One of Adams' followers des-
nf. focribed him as having so much
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know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANA I \ R. P., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1954 I .MV CNTS



is Hurricane Edna Bypasses


Heads


Palm Beach had made prepara-
tions for the storm. Lumber
companies, construction firms
and others which would have
to tie down all loose material
had preparations under way.
Dredging companies and
barge lines were routing their
equipment for safer water har-
bors.
The DuPont Building on
downtown Flagler Street here
yesterday rushed to get braces
ready for hurricane shutters
-on some 35 large plate glass
windows on the street load.
The shutters, kerosene lamps,
the candles and other hurri-
cane -necessities" for Floridians
have been in "moth balls" since
a 125-mile an hour storm rak-
ed Miami in October 1950.
San Salvador was one of the
first islands to feel the main
force of the storm. Winds 65
miles per hour at a weather
station there were reported at
2:30 pm. yesterday.
Most of the Bahamas are in-
habited by Negroes engaged In
fishing or salt distilling.


I Prayer Group

York On Edna

faith in his prayers "that if
he went to a meeting to pray
for rain, he'd take an umbrella
along."


For Carolina Capes


The U S. Air Force main-
tains guided missile outposts
on several of them. The out-
posts consist mostly of a radio
communications crew that kept
In contact with the main guid-
ed missile base at Cocoa, Fla.
This hurricane, named Edna,
Is the fifth of the year. The
first spawned in the Gulf of


Dewey

NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP)-
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey anpounc-
ed his retirement frbm politics
last night and threw his full sup-
port behind U.S. Sen. Irving u.
ves to succeed him as chief exe-
cutive of New York State.
The Republican state executive
committee called a meeting today
to urge Ives to become the GOP
candidate for governor.
It appeared the committee
would adopt a resolution urging
Ives to accept the nomination if it
is offered to him at the State Re-
publican convention in Syracuse
Sept. 21 and 22.
Dewey said he would take an
active part n the fall political
campaign regardless of the GOP
nominee for governor.
He promised Ives privately he
would devote every possible min-
ute to campaigning for him if Ives
is nominated and said he planned
to "stump the state" for his elec-
tion.


Adams said he did not be- Ives, US, has been a strong sup-
lieve Hurricane Carol -would porter of Dewey and of President
have smashed Into the New Eisenhower. He was first elected
England states, where It caused to the U.S. Senate In 1946 after
some 300 million dollars worth serving as speaker and majority
of damage, itf people there
"would only get down to buil-
ness and do a little prayingP Co y uy
on their own account."
"They have plenty of minis.
ters and plenty of Christians," 4 N Cattle
he said. "They should stop
making excuses for their lack From RP Firms
of faith."F
Adams' efforts to keep the
world from harm involve more Contracts for 4,000 head of
than hurricanes, beef cattle, a year's supply for
the Panama Canal Company's
"We don't stop at little things Commissary Division at a cost of
like hurricanes. We are praying over half a million dollars, have
that Divine mind and power been awarded to two suppliers
will spread protection against from Panama, It has been an-
hydrogen bombs or other perils nounced at Balboa Heights.
over us," he said. The successful bidders were:
the Motta Brothers, who will
Guest Airways supply 2,600 head, at a total price
of 31,240: and Antonio Abgui-
SFly Non-Stop .zola, whose contract calls for 1,-
To Fly Non-Stop 400 head, at a cost of $17,360.
Both supplied beef for the
Mexio--| --Pa Commissary Division during the
Mexico-Panamaa past year.
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 8 (UP)- In all, 10 bidders submitted
A new passenger and freight non sealed bids to provide the year a
stop service to Panama City will supply of beef for the Commis-
be Inaugurated by Guest Inter- ary Division. Nine of the bid-
national Airways Spept. 20. ders were from the Republic of
Company officials said DC-6's Panama and the tenth from NI--
and DC-4's will cover the 1,800- caragua.
mile route which will permit con-
nections with major airlines to More cattle suppliers from
South American capitals. Panama submitted bids this
year than for any time in the
"The new service will be the Commissary Division's history.
first step toward extension of our Last year seven cattle growers
flights to Caracas Venezuela," bid for the year's supply; on pre.
spokesmen said. "When this Is ae-. vious contracts no more tuin
complished. it will be the first three or four bids were received
time a Mexican carrier flies to by Panama suppliers.
South America." I This year is the second timc
Guest presently operates the on. I that the bids to supply cattle
ly non-stop service to Miami with have covered a yeas period. As
Eastern Air Lines connections to was the case last year, the beet
New Yor'; and other eastern ci-Icattle will be delivered at inter-
ties. vals during the year.


Miss Puerto R

SThrough Drivii
.4,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. Sept.
S(UP) Seftorita Maria dei
Carmen Mejlas, Miss Puerto
Rico, smiled through a driving
rainstorm which put a damper
on the Miss America pageant
parade last night and even ap-
peared to be enjoying it.
The 21-year-old San Juan
beauty, wearing a mink stole
over a flowered pink tulle dress,
rolled down the broadwalk on
a float resembling a seashell
with her title in large blue let-
ters on a white background be-
hind her.
The black-haired, black-eyed
beauty, who has won mWere
beauty contests than any of
the other 40 irls in the' pa-
geant, pcsed with the omtest-I
!SnirdS lants for the annual "panoama
k hs S -d o Ipicture" of g entree yestr
oef BIS crop. day morning.
1Then she w as *4W to SOW


Ico Smiles


ig Rainstorm
o0-
separately with other contest-
ants from out of the United
States Miss Canada and Miss
Hawall. She also posed witn
Miss Margaret Evelyn Ay, Miss
America of 1954.
In the afternoon. Sefiorita
Majias attended rehearsals in
Convention Hall and then re-
turned to her room at the
Brighton Hotel for a rest be-
fore the parade.
Today she will attend the
first of two breakfasts which
the contestants have with the
judges. The purpose of the
breakfasts is so the judges can
check them on poise,. table
manners, and personality.
There will be another re-
hearsal in the afternoon before
the actual competition be-lWs
tonight. Seforita Mejias will be
competing in the swim suit d*I
vision.


Mexico and blew out over Texas
and Louisiana without causing
much damage.
The third, Carol, skimmed a-
cross the North Carolina capes
and then blasted New England,
killing at least 66 persons and
costing more than 300 million
in property destruction.
The fourth storm blew Itself
out without hitting land.


Quits

leader of the New York legisla-
ture and as first dean of the New
York state school on Industrial re-
lations.
. Ives, a member of the liberal
wing of the Republican Party,
would probably face Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Jr., Averell Harriman
or possibly New York Mayor Rob-
ert F. Wagner, if he becomes the
GOP nominee for governor.
Dewey broke a long -silence a-
bout his plans-to announce that he
wquld not run for reelection and
would not accept a draft.
. "I shall not under any circum-
stances be a candidate for any


SEAT 7


Signed In


MANILA, P.I, Sept. I (UP)
-Eight nation signed tod a
treaty that merged the fee
East and West In a common
front against further subver-
sion and aggression In South-
east Asia.
Sweating delegates of the par-
ticipating nations signed the
historic pact in the hot and hu-
mid Philippine senate on a
horseshoe-shaped table especial-
ly designed for the Southeast
sa Treaty Organisation (SEA-
TO) Conference.
The ceremony took place di-
rectly beneath the senate ros-
trum behind which stood the
flags of-the SEATO nations-
Australia, France, New Zealand,
Pakistan. The Philippines, Thai-
land, the United States and the
United Kingdom.
The delegates also created a
"Pacific charter," aimed against
colonialism in Asia.
A drive was expected to start
immediately to bring addition-
al members into SEATO, sa
Asiatic "Monroe Doctrine" that
binds members to a defense a-
gainst the encroachments of
aggressor nations.
Outstanding provisions of the
pact, proposed last April by U.S.
secretary of state John Foster
Dulles when Communist China
stepped up its aid to the Red in-
dochinese in the battle for Dien
Blen Phu, were:
1. It a member nation becomes
a victim of attack or subverasin,
others will consult and after
complying with constitutional
requirements help the injured
partners.
2. Members will cooperate In
combatting subversion by hl-
proving- the economic health and
social well-being of each other.
Signing of the accord was con-
sidered a personal victory for
Dulles. not only because he pro-
posed it but because he succeed-
ed in getting the conference to
place a "mantle of protection"
over Laos, Cambodia and free


French Premier Plans
'Arms Pool' Scheme
As EDC Substitute
PARIS, Sept. 8. -(UP).- The
French government will propose
a European "arms pool" to re-
place the EBuropean Defense
Community (ZDC) which was
scuttled by the French General
Assembly. authorld govern-
ment sources said today.
The plan, with many de
still to be worked out, wll
Peemler Pierre Mens-Fr
os's answer to hisr ca .i
hays accused htm e
wet uropean dem-
wla make provilde for
West Genab reamim t.
riration of s
government sourses
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viet satenltes.
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bellgerence. ,
Dalles wa quoted as calling
the pet the "formula fit es-
tablhed in the Monroe Dee-
ne." That lausie oli serv-
ad notice that the United
States would oppose forelfg
encroaehment Ina the Western
Hemisphere.
Action on the final article was
delayed while the Australian
delegation went through tie for-
mality of referrlpg changes to
Its government. The arcle dealt
with details of military asli-
tance In cia of aggression.
Xt wau the center of argument
over whether strong language
like that of the North Atlantc
Should be used, or the soft-
e tet of the treaty am
the states, Australia
ew land. Informants
the *tter type of wording had
won out.
The delegate approved the
following points yesterday.
1. Two articles dealing with
econemice features when the
worln wwas tightened.
S. An article O military maseu-
ances with tihe addition of'a
ph na Mot ou'
ItUga vould aot extend help l
les It was asked. d.
1..Povlsdas for a council .o
the treaty.
,n A treaM aWSa donaed s
ing eot Foramsa and
.1t 01 a point


to lobel what
the treaty


than they charge commercial
advertisers for similar time and
use of facilities. -
Thd commission regulates the
practices of radio and TV sta-
tions and has the power to su-
pend a company's license if it
abuses Its authority or violates
FCC rules.

'Coffee Breaks,'

Cocktals Blamed

For Women's Ukers

CHICAGO, Sept. 8 (UP) -
"Coffee breaks," cocktail parties
and clgarets are causing an in-
cream in the number of women
victims of peptic ulcer, Dr. Leo
Starry said today.
Starry, of Oklahoma City,
Okla.. addressed the Internation-
al college of murgeon4, which Is
holding the Ihth u l Con-
reSs of li United U and
Canadian sections here
Starry said there ham been a
00 per cent ncrease In the in-
cidence of ulcer during the past
10 years, much of mog
women, and increased eonmsup-
tim of cgareta, alcohol and eof-
fe was a factor in the increase,
e mid aleebol, tobacco and a .-
t Increase the acidity at the
storm h.
A stody of 437 ces of bbeWd


Ex-Pres. Arbenz

Of Guatemala 6ets

Safe Conduc Piss
GUATEMALA CITY, Sept -.
(UP)-A safe-conduct pas to
leave the country where he was
overthrown last June has bees
mala's former pro Commiuli
granted Jacobo Arbenx. tme-
president It was announced to.
day.
President Carlos Castillo
mas, whose forces overthrew t
Arbenz government on Juneo 27
said passes also were granted to
the more than 70 persons wo
took refuge In forei embs-
dles and legatiosm hem
Arbens has been a political
refugee In the Mexdcan embassy
sace the revolution.
"The departure from Quate-
mala now depends entirely o
the emb& and let sa .
sdaltert thenm" &am Ar-
e said requests for extradi-
tion would be fled hnimduf
with the nations In which


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Witness Heard Gehera '


'You S.O.B.' At McCartHyl
WABBINGTON, Sept. 4 (UP) tive officials from Flanders also said la ltter
A New York City salesman testify about confldentil th cmattee that
testify today he once heard canferenes held within the ex.. failuree" to offer lnfor it
Bi.-. Ralh W. Zwicker mut- cutive branch. where Wicnehll m t have .
~r "yo o.B." after, being The MacCarthy d said Law- tea a copy "wo see
questioned by Sen. Joseph R. ton had been g gedBy7 the Do- u a aerioue viosatlo of tlo of,
McCart (B-Wis.). fense Deartment. t a depart- w
The witness was Wliasm J. meant spokesman aid ths was
Harding, Jr, 0, who runs a New McCarthy has sad he tthe
York sles agency. He was a ur- he Sa oenre committee document, a Vpa l dist
prise witness as McCarthy open- copl hearing evidence a-lfidntial
ed his defense before a special Bnam M 0rt l yestera, after from a young Acf lden t
senate committee hearing cen- .coum t Watr _Wte.lU de- officer whounhMe =efused -
sure charge against him. nied that Mcarthy gae him a to Identify.
One of five general counts a- copy of a secret FI document.
against McCarthy is that he a- Chairman Arthur V. Watkins Winthell said he believed the
bused Zwlcter during hearing (R-Uth) said the committee n who handed him the let.
of his senate subcommittee "reserves the right" to introduce .during the trl y"rrt '
which was Investigat g. the new material later if warranted. r s w awte who
honorable dlcharue qf MaJ. Ir- Winchell told the committee wore e an clothes. He'sad he
ing Pereas a dentist whom Mc- he was not sure who gave him a did not get a full view of toe
Ca y I d dubbed a "Ffth A- copy of the famed M3 letter" man.
amendment Communist." that McCarthy Introduced dur-
Harding followed Ma. en. ing the Arny-McCarthy feud Sen Sam J. rn N.C.),
Kirke B. Lawton, former comn- hearings last spring. He swore, trying to pin nh
mander at Fort Monmouth. NJ- however, that was not Mc- asked he od "wear you ar
to the witness stand. Lawton re- Carthy. certain you do not know who
fused to testlf. about a cofiver- Even if he werepositive about handed you that dooument:-
sation he bad with ZwiCker a- the donor, Wlnehll said, he
bout McCarthy. would refuse, to Identify him be- '"es, sir," Winchll replied
Lawton said le wa prevented cause It would Involve revealing He said he destroyed e copy
from doing so by a 17 or- the confidential source of a In the Shoreham Hotel here a-
der issue by Presiden isen- news story. bout eight or 10 days after he
hower. The order banned execu- McCarthy's counsel, Edward got it.
Pennett Williams, questioned the
relevancy of Winchell's teatimo- "I burned It and flushed I"


Poli"Ocs .,.",,o ,.-,,
ny on the grounds the columnist Winchell said.
had failed to identify his FBI He ald he never let anyone
iP o I ticsI and had failed to connect It with Hoover, see the Copy. But he id.
Sandy member of McCarthy's staff. mitted h waved it In front
McCOarthy was asked if he be- of reports at the Army-McCar.
public office this fall," De we y lieve Winehell's document was a thy haring and tn "
said. true copy of his. He replied that look what I have.'
He thus wrote :n end to a pol- he knew there were copies avail.
itical career that began 6 years able because the report was Winchell said he contacted
ago when, as the "boy wonder" of widely circulated among security Hoover immediately andasked it
oitics, he rose rom a New York officers he would be arrested iiheub
ity gangbuster to head the Re- Talking to reports after the shed the document. over re,
publican arty and become the session. Watkins objected to de- plied in the affirmative.
GOP candidate for President in scribing the hearing as "the case
1944 and 1 U. against McCarthy." He said the I his letter to the committee
At a Dewey. now becomes the committee was not making a Flandersaid the document
youngest "e d r statesman" in e against the Wisconsin sen- been altered In form and tht
politics but retas a position of ator but trying to get all the therefore "someone forged" it
ores and influence n theparty. facts. McCarthy, said lan.deS "h
President Eisenhower expires Thus far the hearings have the clue to the forger c h
ed "sincere regrets" over Dew been devoted to evidence, most has refused to divulge .
ey's decision to retire. of it from official documents, on
which the censure charges a-
gainst.McCarthy were batnd LlIdbmirm s
Winehell was called to the wit-
ness stand after Sen. Ralph E.
mreat Flanders (R-Vt.) charged that r
McCarthy "covered up and p09-
oasibly committed" violations of
law In his use of the so-called W
MBnIl "yBI letter." 1M o in

Federalommsirl A. Cihl
Vietnam-the Associated States her suburban .
The delegate seemed to have R s 'I Sb long and her ew
long llnaes and her son flew fromUNetlYork tom
a unanimous feeling that the here from New York tomake
Manila meeting was a great suc- TV I, IIUtluaIl funeral arrangements a
css and their action will ByT I In ElecllsV.
strengthen the tree nations of WASHINM TON, Sept. 8 (UP) Mr. Evangelne L. L Lad'.
Asia. -The Federal Communcations bergh, 78, had been in retire.
Agreement was reached yester- Commission ruled yesterday ment for the past 1 years at- .
day when Philippine Presadent that radio and television sta- ter a long career as a efroit
Ramon Magsaysay broke a dead- ions cannot discriminate a- public school teacher. She mad
looed cloed season by agreeing against any p litical candidates only rare public appearances.
to withdraw a reservation with and must charge them com-
reard to n t eason" a rer- mercial advertising rates. Mrs. Lindbergh traveled wide.
red to In th eaty. Because of the imminence of ly with her son during the
A reliable source maid the the November congressional e.ly days of his flying career
Philippine wanted t make a elections, the commission said, fer he gained international
reservation similar to the one the new rules are effective I m- fame with his 1927 solo flight 7
made by the United States un- mediately rather than after cross the Atlantic in the
der which It would call the the normal 30-day waiting per- "Spirit of St. Louis."
treaty binding only In ease of iod.
Ommunist aggression. Spokesmen for both the Re- She was at his Sourlaid
During the recess that follow- publican and Democratic na- Mountain home in New jersey
ed, the U.8. delegation urged the lional committees said they during the long ordeal follow
Philippine delegation to with- were satisfied with the new ing e kidnapping and slaying
draw the reservation, lest SEA- regulations. They said the rules of his infant son in 1932.
TO be torpedoed by a chain re- apparently will give all candl-
action of similar motions, dates a "fair shake" as far as Mrs. Lindbergh a native De-
Magsaysa was consulted and radio and TV time is concern- trolter, beame an elementary
he agreed remove the reser- ed. teacher Sept. 4, 19 and was
ration. The rules state that no sta. assigned shortly after to Cass
Dulles original had wanted tion, "shall make any discrim- Technical High School where
the treatyto specay that mem- nation between candidates in she served for almost 20
brswould'be defended against charges, practices, regifations, years. She tendered her redg
communist aggres^son, but lat facilities or services." nation from the school system
withdrew this provision and re- urthermore, stations must in 12, giving "physical di
served the right to Interpret th charge candidates no more ability" as her reason.


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