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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00502
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A s MI ry g n gen o. hurricane

Newly-chartered CIO local 907 So the battle for recog Plon p es to proceed with a com- problems of Armed Forces em- expected n Cstel Thr- -- _
and the armed services chapter wquld seem to depend on the e oranlation of their own ployes are dtterent from those ay I
of CIO local II0 today both de- rfforts of stewards and I uria dcuon and, at the same of Panama Canal Company and I I I I I
cleared themselves assured ot l es of each local in best.s e, enable and Inspire Local Canal Zone Government -em- I I U I
armed services recognition as meanbeshlp. Local Me pred- 900 to reinvigorate its organiza- ployes. *a o l
brainin agents for local rate dent BdwardA. OGaW sad to- tion of the a Canal em- Fitzgerald ted out thtDefense
civian workers with the armed day that already his armed ployes lying within it juris- the memberahfp of the new local II
services on the Isthmus. fores chapter membership diction. Ordinarily, in the se l "all SpanIsh-speaking." He as- 0
had begun to pick up. He tat- ration of a chapter of an ex serted the Armed Forces m-
UP to pren time today the ed that new and former meem- ing local Union arrangements ployem had received "to many re- ,
I rmebegvites h d ^ emthinI Calied Out In NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (U P)-Gale winds preceding the
armed settles haad nothing to bers were Joining, this furo-- are mide to justly an fairly buffs" in their attempts to O t I NEW YORK, Sept.11-(UP).-Gole winds recede th
a on the s it which .breached n apporon the treasury of the "make something for them-pp at
,- rday afternoon, with o the. an- of Lml 907 were formo ryffi- Ibody. i n this the "Thsl to -their opportunity to yea' most powerful hurricane lashed
noun-ement of the chartering of cdas of the armed services chap- Armed Berves group has mad prove tat tey can fend forM
Scef thr chartering of Loca fd me Ated hn as made u e ha the c y M enaced Area ed New York and New England coastal areas today.
S9 fore appointed e following to trust the sparation .request group that I was led to believe -- *
1 al900 spokesman sad the newly -vacat position to- therefore, wi be rom tly an did not exist," .tgerald con- Hurricane Edna, packing 125 mle-an-hour winds wa
today that his local has contact- day, pen g new elections: faVorably approve heb t Exe- tinued. "This la not a wrecking QTON, Sept. 11 (UP) d- .. p m a
ed the vatious heads of the local 3dualde haes, acting chair- cutive Board of Local 900 and atiuation. What little trouble Coastal resident in Connectict due to hit the eastern end of Long Id
armed services as well as the mpa; Cecillo Carter, acting vice the two groups will look for- there is has been magnified out were urged to evacuate their
commeagn General. USBA A- mol~alm; Lionel Evans, secre- vwld to working together har- of proportion and It will be re- homes last night 94 New Eng- onu
RI, and given ; und Matde. acting lo and constructively to solved now that this line of de- land sandbagged itself against a push n toward Connecticut here thecoastal areas re-
that Local 00 remains the sole treasurer; Victor Barrett, cha building the most effective pos- marcation has been set. wily hurrican that was Neroing- b
age accredited to enter ttog steward; Harald Joseph, ac- ble recreation of United Castillo and other officers of in with a fiercer wallo than the Sm e a ghost town.
nego on on behal f Of the ing seewtry, stewards. councU; States employes In the Panama the new union veed these cri- mighty winds that ravaged the a.m.... Eres
armed services' local rate er- and Goldbourne Carter, acting Canal areas whether employes of ticlams against the psent lead- region 11 days ao. At 10 a.m., Ernest J. Chrisie, head of the New York
sonnel rank and filer resentative. the Company or of the Armed ership of Local 900: Hurr cane Edna, m-ca oy B f..., weather bureau, plced the -orm 100 miles south of Mo-
. .. Csuatllo. 'law graduate. of the Services. The internal control over dues sister to Arric.ane Carol that "--i' nn weather bureau, placed t ,rm ml ou o
But presi eat pro tern of Local Panama Nationa University and funds In not adequate. Actin cost U and e -milgen touk Point, long Island. The storm was traveling in
907, Juan de la Ros Castillo, an Air Porce en for the "Fraternally. Treasurer Pintason, of Local dollars a In the six- .
quoted international reppenta- past 14 yesie temporary Milton Marray, said he would establish a new tate region, was h g for f fierS Head northeasterly direction.
Ss of 0 Gov S mot afd Ht p w.0 e Secretary Treasurer." type accounting. New r a54.dv Winds rom 50 to 60'miles an hour were re d at
*0Jjr eaO rgeMng .CoW- Local 900's Armed Forces All meetings and transactions Connec cut Civil Defense Dl- e
t) as -tatthat r. ers .in the Murrqay's uotation of.a flre of the new union will be In rector Willeth r uthmpton, LI. Rad on Long Island were floed

|| and CIO in~ma- been As 10 Blaock IslandN l, Va. il (UP I 1100. r
,.rgarein .uat d, brganlng tonare tentative William against the union because Its e .. rtland, Me. -T V4-to t hip Iw uttered by hurricane force winds e.. heavy seas cU rp -
ni-lon sincl-ir til i contue their work ffe spoke in English. ne weather bureau ur sedamed two of.nt airfca ft ers[a u p by the wind a .
be determined by em announced. yesterday wth both CIO ceas. There has ben indifference as th preliminary precautluon ed o, of Nofolk eater- ed up by the wind end an abnormally high te.
At present the Armes he .was appoting Harold Rer- Following the announcement to fostering relationships with be taken against the hurricane day o the open sea to a Two cities New Lonon, onn., and ormout
chapter of Local 900 Ialms a rie as his-Atiftc aide advisor. of the chartering of Local 907, democratic labor groups in Pan- the fifth tropical storm of th the danger of Hurricane Edna. were declared in tte f mthn
membership of about 500. 010 renal director GeraM Local 00 issued the following ama. The new union plans to season. Its 115-mil-an-our wehe Nare ordered the oware n emergency S
I s al5rasd the text of statement: foster such relations and will winds were more powerful than The Navy ordered the Iowa. fringe of the hurricane struck the New Eng and s s"
Castillo stated today that LO- the fllowin letter from "Word has been received that seek official recognition from ls predecessor Carol, the weather the c rier Salpan and M ndoro
cal hopes to have 40 mem- G OC secretary treasurer certain individuals close to OCE- the Panamanian Government bureau said. and smaller vn. els Including Thirty families were evacuat- went on emergency status M ti.
bers ned up by the end of the Milto advisin Gas- OC together with certain offi- and establish an office n Pan- New England, heeding the the light cruispr June out to sea. ed from their shore homes at night storm churned through
nit of. f charter ig of the ers of the Armed Forces Chapter, ama. All local-rate employes of weather bureau's advice, button- The Norfolk Naval Air Station Reansburg N.J. The famed a- the Atlantic within 200 miles gf
Uzwn leaders agree there are new local using the facilities of our Union the Army live in Panama and ed up. i t musement area was under at the South Carolina cot.
about 400 local raters working and the prestige of their post- there are problems in the Re- Civil Defense agencies, the Red CIandb ev s gtprne least two feet of water, police
for the armed forces throughout "Dear Sir and Brother: tons as officers under the juris- public which the union should Cross, and military installations land bases this afternoon. said. Toemall ehn end m Ig
the Isthmus. "To you and through you to diction of Local 900, have ob- look into. took emergency serps to cope The naval b here ordered The evacuated families were tid lashed th esal r whil
the members of the Executive tainted a charter to represent The system of eleeting of- with the storm. about amaller vessels includ- taken to the town schools by an at Is the hrws. tirw up
Board of Local 900, I wish to re- workers of the Armed Services. fleers through delegates, now Sand bags were piled around ing destroyers. tenders and oil- Army "duc'." No casualties were waves 50 fo pom. e .di. to
eran Clamor that w have receeda r We hasten to point out that noet h by wLocal hv, Is not the buldenw. in Provi ence. R.h,. ru, from Hampton Roads to rePorted. Pinbr P from.H,.mS
e for a separate charter fro all of the officers of the theArmed best one. In the new union. which wa among the communi- hurricane anchorage off Tan- No th.t we bUffedhr
Ie members of the Armed Sery- Forces knew of this maneuver members will vote directly for ties hardest hit by Hurricane ger I d in Chesapeake Bay. storm. Th wu bNted by
e chapter of Local 900. and none of the membership was officers. Carol. skid the metropolitan rea we d- 120 mph wid.

._ u-emplohes of the Armed erv-es the Armed Services that Local Local 907. He termed salaries beaches to protect low a -,.:,- iusnland eh d a t from Lon I-som aerarmaoo
aft, "ept 11 (hP nume r mf orobleno r _a-d0 up p in i the present thi e on- pna du to Panamanians in the ;a atrteas. .. raft were s.urd in han-weae saun road n loes the Carolna caps because the
overment of tothose common to employee ol] Union duly recognized to re- nal zone "out of place-and out Many sesasde summer resli gars at Leng5ey Ar Force Base ... ,nun dated." t. ThhC o not much for it to knock
nwe t t hamc leep ttoayft qhaa the PanamaCanal Compay V. It resent the individual and col- of time." .. dents evacuated cottaes damage. near here kiNi h., f.u .h:.. ean. I Coan r
acser ar "Cotmunist fspy n et- was also pointed out thatrlev- ctve interests of the workers Castlllo deenied that his group ed or wrecked by Hurricane Carol ore "lrad wro t ,I, -
wor peratnn r sco ces channel up thro di of three branches. As sh, we discriminated sint scored and which they were repairing. -- CNew Yorm bean lelinn But the Red Cross rushed
_y o, and ahreste. o..- erent lne of authorit h a df- are informing all members ando meters of thenely 00.r.er h.andds lornge uxp toe e New Yorkers blnan fro Longh disaster workers and dat e
-er Sevcedhtm0.t Hin Idbeche osycr o dtle e o w ndows anto d mro eatisnAlow the cape s becauser North ao

ao aborted awle 'C diot pny Cn tertwa. which haveanl haa fuiv complement of officers shrel Cail denu d th a reported a g prun" on canduri es. can tCvovueo re removed fromms lat
tcnrn eth e Corerut o"seshdh heIaned_. eparll_ c.mererso. .a b.cnd. MIde h o- se m a h erere p oluned MIT ept. 11 (P)--he !0 tal r eas o fr sother Coast uard patrol pe1
arrests i n the army. porceoe nd c ca"n.nl bu dit dicflon.f hr b ranch e. .A st sunc w ae h I ainp lor .a. dch t ey o wCerec pol weaker dur. .e' l ew ssem iC onnecticut to northern Mass dropped warnlnerw to North Ct- -
Tye daerid sb 0 om letl ined of atlnthh d t hal urel winsormn alhldedm os our Pansmd mem er s h of ca 900 Merlcha nts aboard eeredn ohf r d ognath ta sr sef as Ne Ea n bored rolna outer Banks vlarer atdi
ca "ho w^ered-t whe thekprine een decid oa d o h oese muemb werst em boy e mm wani.dha.nd me almhabeandecally by hu Irls names i oef o dne as all oae to small craft i n the soun3e
AThe lUary i governor said the r e ese a d other reaoys were e n- t ltsha be. re S ics t Jau II an lI I b I HIo T sao Poweu. r apparently mar lo arrange- most powerful hurricane of the from Ocracole Island to Ch
arrested o ffe ia wll bemloted byr par of Seri cIt was r me "We cal upon .alo. our sDnr .s o .. .. mStto for "X-Yo Z" bum h ae season, peake Bay. At Atlantic Beapes m n
on rculaorts idnfor the p .amt Chea ota, w hi eda anhdvioger- rnae. osrfl Th sx-year-o sn of a Ca-c teol nfterd o.feshler-nes p aatrman'r Cno oorndels N.C.snsereemod vacationers were Cd
Ufy ethe "forign over" with ore thane7 a7 reulte cm ers, to e nmaio n saind u thaee n urw nial Zone now ceman kerio with lso a me p an fh l iigs l-M ,d ld h- -o wnStwp ,1ere of for- take shelter ast emergency cea n
agetn thomte owere rinked o Thas thpArbemd he'W nvhas been fwisho bhun dred caso f eoro th and yesler l Gartroe C l uis e n thi er get onc flo-de by HuNuRd Cor l ters Pi an nearby Morehead -t.
The, rng was completely. i d nd.wt r p.plt de mre]y ent e o ds ia ut Pg i sne ship despite haov- rs' Neha were seenagl an thbat far own the Misat s 5ad 12 m n, w,, in hod e N Telrd Coast uard District
N*smashe, h comuniue saidbl enec" towl.es .th t e worh.s atsunheer, weseenmeb p the a t be n bitten and attacked bY nrao n "a nrc.u eforns t n a veteran hurricane iIorecaster alimc. Ni l w af f llod fo on- canceled leaves cramf Indite n
Thand i li patipa recover nized. J Se11.es oi. te ermed s w e or loolnor xorein politca pub- e. English bulldog on Thursday. ,,"". here. tr *r eave xwlt 01 ofihl bui- River, Del., to Long Inland aim
aPrevious unoffial reportsiemployes f ora separate Ihar"erWlpose or uir personal gain.o The boy, Dennis Tomford- hads wer. a.pn.. m ..no an Nm vohsplo r trriHc ne P a Coast Ouard spoke Ches Mid ;
o o..ild..documents IdenUfylhg then I.ac hopefula tat s wde.so At y esbteay'_pr-mi conderd iv s;Itches taken on hns face.ts fPoalter Richards, acting alice, Barbarau.tarol, the- .*ainf pMMefH- w* *I- "a11 stations from the Ca cWnh
flgn e s willrbe pl acede te b o toth soCedayoNCtobvacationersewe*eadec ted
Uefr.an .heme or an army offi- spring e Ar media services er,- has seen bormead because the sixu-eaar osoroacC, orderedd aro unad ts- cwecater mn this season riould The wNaton, al set fro v i- up by ready to go Into acy ,e-
cer whomieaded the tins. i-. f Tom l e w ew Englnd area to take there be more the Miami 59 emernenca snehelrs cn aowe New a dngland was trying to
.Nwspapser' who first publish- ap e. i Cf c e lord, and his aunte Mrs. Dorrln hurecane pwrecaeuionse weather bureau is ready with Island, Mauachusetts and Con-chance on beang Jolted with.
ed these rei were suspend-| a n ship Nds p ABitter, were also attacked by the The weather bureau Issued a Florence, Gilda, Hazel, Irene, nectlcut to house the evacuees, tie warning by Edna as it was bi
ed temrarl u by the govern- I de d I U So cS a m n It dog. which was known to have special bulletin advising residents Jill, Katherine, Lucy, Mabel. More than 3000 persons were Carol.
ment. Ino sources sd the become ferocious on other occa- to remain ain. doors and pull Norma, Orpha Patsy, Queen reported seeking shelter In the

ro ed after te before his previous own down the shades or enetan Rachel. Busy. Tins. Una, Vicky emergency stations during the There was some criticism that
preatu re. ers turned him in to the Mindl blinds on the windward side of and Walls. night. Eastern Weather bureaus bad
ronnp.*- aCa--a 'l's Newv Em ployes Dairy veterinary center to get homes as a protection against The Army, at the reque
..a I rid of him. flying glass. the Red Cross, sent 3000 cots of the previous storm in advance
SJM %W- AfIC6 -0 The year-old dog, which was A ham radio network was set I i and 3500 blankets to the three but severe warn were broild
-v- vaccinated against rabies when up to relay emergency messages |rKK,, r ,WS a states. Other government vehl- cast regularly for a.
Ten staff nurses for Gorgas Staff nurses employed for Co- it was brought to the Zone from for the weather bureau, state cles were being used to truck
WFol, wr e a Ion Ho e. Texas, Is en hed .bythe polnce..andother h dnces . ppeliesmi fto the shelter. nn y
the 20 nowpermanent employes ighton, Portland, Ore n e M D un-In New Hamp.hie..n r
LINCOLHN, N.-d-(P Dphired by the Canal o anaton Edit F. Johnson, rre er observation for rabies prior John Jacobson Jr. ordered 3000 homes are being fed in the
repeated we- dn g e last w Au- an To H rauenheim, Grey: to its destruqtIon, according to National r dsmen on a Aststers with food prepared by o-gMiscra
donp eml a it rthe Iof g I'rdn to report by ull Wyoming. POlce 'standby alert." bile Ramaed Cross canteens ann
B m aryfre, ae P l m aur Di. Acar- The incident occurred horty Massachuetts Go. Christigean noned today whi was st by lst week's other than bre -

swidiing an water soort. l ad O. Robta h, 6c tamdene Nep Joye, clerk-t 7 pn. Thursday. The dog, A. Herter alerted department landed in the bosf
sity o1 e b er r hired l nall Thea their p of clb -ty- own John C. Thompson heads and pernel o SAIGON Indochina, Set. Coast Guard trucks travl .
S r V came tunneds e do On Ovel Webke r eker(UP) dlam'd Peir Ngof I pthe 100-mile lengrse of Longhe y utl .i- OM g

Mst Deapraywtwo from the taees were Lem their position, apprentice autoo temoowas cbaen ta n tv e brewing pontvcal eni tthathdis land to put deets on state e couple of
Mi -- ..ss- .hsair.. J halthof.la of Ho gto CaryHuffm. rAtkin, Vo e s e, .Bter was bitten on the atol were nee rded. To offciaues oyear owaraant o nit teras wch ao erar and old the for
io tlos s te-m a the m as lo, sBle, "North Carolun; apprentice can- erterhe rit-ht thithe Natonal uard d Tomford on and toaro. rebelsd him out of the country B was br ot ra terar M
m net A abt fr --a-ri Tgb nM. Cathere M. COna- bl ar. aie Div a d lon; onpo Thaer left i The gome Untm t n offered-dliyce r whieh was struc by lh can ee s other than bMeirat o-

N-L-f aim u h ew. Wert V. Jenaw n, Hamlett Ne- wail, generall medesl teyeon t. the Bitter hoBttrewr, l ca r i chemin de fr for ri tomorrow N effect exiln t Morehead Cty, o The rabbits d to
htl, ale. Wt satd leak of S; Barbara j. Morrsaip-etste. Gorgas Hospital; Ba ee; for ..ate..Po.ee aM two "rncN card playersH him outhealt of Capre "R. n Molthe who d t, M
_* pwLt ii w e.t Coinethe ct; puate an, Erlanger ort. ra. forTe owne o fth d oes Th benefi Hisanother in the rd. Storm Ayear-old boy sto e the beea p

In.to ... Tele-- T .. ...c.. M1 .erk-typst, Go-gas --ptal; O-, d of Panama and Dr. Dan E. a.iesto ra. funds for the ...s- The Army 9m:ed terd ftln Mrte t was recoA__- a gle of
> ll r pJip Vbrsillt, tontoc- and Joan p. Sarent Bi ville. Beemple of Mind Dary, got ridtbl nt of chldrenls playl c that Rising wed sdoard Me. e and snte te te.
o~ean w~anbirth are:..de Hutf~mm, Jr, vadese,[ Mrs. Bitter was bitten on R-_. c. aen continuesiyears of war agtins Commui enihrs wtmh also felt Carol's wan sold them for 3.0 elefl
out the. m -ad thR&E IL Ve. Knoxvile, North Carolina; apprentice. paper right thigh, a-d Tomford__ h toID ___. rebels. rMge. The Miami West- ws brout out a 4
UsdWmwi'i. A ut Wa ma _ atrin U. Cum-b m r, rtIcal on; on the lower left r. The To ga.mes are offered-dice, Divisi
cale .... -_iesian da0h, 1en.o M W Hemeida, Na- fords were ovet Tom bslk__roul etc. And bac- He ordered Hinh t fly to Pa- for the North Co
FF.. a Amkh wa M V. #ensn. namle. Nie- jwa, general moed tgkabOian, the Bitter home before sluct and chemin. de fer for rn tomorrow in olect exlngfrom Morehad C~ty, ms The rbbts belmed to M
oes, urMeants mand BM ,; Busr J. MMrlIt. uorPi Hosptal; SRI. L Zee- for the 8teate. Police two Incn card d ldyers. him. sthiut of Cape .W
._Ot Tmm": Ma-Xc.erk-typlt, orgs Nfospltal; Gild of Panama and Dr. Dan E lerite to rmise funds for the es-I The Army Immedi aire from Myrt)e s.Cn ws recoved.,
Ken.v0=112, mmtuc- and Joan K. SelMs Blytheville. Beciy of Mind Dairy. got i tIbLIUlment of children's play-: tested Diem's SCUDa. tws= Me. and noteed to.
i -aMi ay yi: M. NHrars. Nor. Arkansas, clerk-typist, Locks D- of the d4 because he was too grounds throughout Panama CI- general reinsed to roplas t,_ 1M ea s lfr
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Y. is OU R P RUM THI c nAtoRS OW N COLUMN fa* ctor e the re-delectl race a. a1 proiest "They e
IS IS C .WASHINGTON (NE A) . B iU that U 4 power will began under the Hoover a amsne.
.... tw e in a gc t e die cha rd drey I | 9 re-el tio n f ra he o j 1n1 .uted..The ev.n
What's left of the old Reconstruc. now run a secon trata Meanw e-our re
H E M A IL B O X tnFinanceCorporationhopesto'....-.-...%rru noraModtamo l
s th a h w o o oeterm president. On minist aratlm t a
Sobbing, the rmr Chica o bank.- top of thi, there was evidence of i
S -- ntobbins, the former Chica o bank- -' a iIact undetadn that Ifdi to and
SMu *tgeam e rootr readers The Pfenm Awme or who Is now RPC administrator, d ti U ndO adinhe l thra Sene er and
hSbe. 's ass u" von g~a end 'e ndled l i wsaWh tl. can be swor in aS a new assistant a e would thw
se. tMI ty pe l l rMdsecretary O. the Treasury. Mr. Ih is et He aDewey-the ml an Dt
11 010 1* 1 -wo bgot him the nomination In
,uW a~ ftMOn i ee pb ed 10 "I s ate *to "' hleg ob b he W eSenate. but he can'tee nt ,how
ae 'sd i obon *spae g s ctre d s f o rR p u ago.1 E duc t n amw

/1s e6 rleo ugit e n O omoLuy aeIo ti antan ne* It will be severe t ye* t before r ande will run for ihelie tio trnttis ea was on
tVl RFCawillbeomd wer Repubcans ae de- the Health, Educaton, and Wel
nne e u corporation. p twBigwe y. o termuned enat he shao run. fare Department.
", VINTAGE COW ernment agencies die hard. ofGeyv termne t ha he&or hlno r sn 'e nne .+.
dea can't be washed out clean. byl ewey, is one rason nuned tt trohmereawas a national
ha + r a no n always happens tiat Niien a seller talks two much troke of the pe or keve 'by a h en o h r s ha OO eer
e it ni ioo an a t Its a io, eo lU meu o et oit out. act of Congress. Io sa ounte fer a tme, r N t al i m
s ane. l o you aoout Lauy ongewoou an ner mlgic Some of the contSdlL v a n RFC

,m ed exca dthie t veue Y o s a nam d oe for th5 RobemDeweesy, a s Taft te h -itaas a veo in D Sh ilen
Sh at' us ai l tn e xecutives w in the buPPiy eu brewery aIn functions go with Mr.Ronbbin much better deanbeyto Comen backt trslo er e
*e e o an wne upply ewer tote rooweIn.te a awt over too te b ye A reos r 4 b 1.4 in M i and atte in hi s ast ambi. Thanks to the perseverance of

humr ano)Ye h or wiae wanappensoYe 1forher8o e husndas wi eQi aoonthed .f presev. sesiabep an ttese or t nedula Co oe aH e o ee rt
np~ei l ibescha in eeours. Igot more 9 ou cauL 4one eM-- In charge of some ndlaO oin ttHe psiaerely atehe y sn coo ter ald chon the
.e i er aex.Lad es, si i ry eaecu plane woruern, kids, loans made ude te Do to s.- e fi slt a la tely 1he hooyi ft t eam e p 0 t
a maolawey hose waves. ll wanted a otle 01 m i solk one production d act,Aco en.spee t young man.r on So llenate o r in
reason o oano ne. for a total of 5.n6 J 3 ll/did t entdes eas e t e s a osrei
to 1o c a 1 institutions, for civil TAIT R3?UBUCAN6S ELATED T het-. day, It wa s.
The executive type executives wanted some for there em- a defense. r Taft RepubCas are not only l D emocrat who killed itna-
ployes hoi utroee wahrenas, t e xnauti ry execuxves wanted Sale of the 27 govern en wa elated at iR ewey's li p-dowg, buto r eo. e
S O npane worers wa1nteu some ori mere synthetic rubber ploJAs are conspiring for other step-downeb th a w h o ill a ie Cptoo i

Re *nd w er an o the pse psobe mdA ny goow r r iudy the barl They ae sto n ol n D poT dan J or a rrie Io s enS
oo1 u' arolun, Ien'the u m ove a orea h uaujielsb an ds. nsegherotiated ob kecig of topd oeweyltes In key GOP atnexawe.
at course the housewives wa ect some 1aor here muso v5. not s der to. ph o peA debate and that t shod not
N@ after all. La dy A gew ood is Jlst ca oi no t th e foun tant on t e o n c tibue olac s Ma.oh- s te s a g b i t hiom mve rt ded ucha n rtey, d .it o

everybo dy r u no the government ets abats las doll rotareveal fie. even Ro dur g a bref ecess) was y poketeth e i n d s tien July, btoew rush e d altrou on t
a,.now amn a not the untion o t en m l beimade 'to n e Coe po ob handed Dee as te Hc e toeh s nec i oni
S of youta e go iA Sw ,, lltiral ioc request a 0 i January and it is expected y "en irulenn e,.1ab en
oi ser it. sooouy alnt gon na~ any at a anymore ot will be soldbefore next June 30. bha t o Di ew en o tre d et

an Lwol milak o mek: w p uliatio n m st of toe opeenurae the 1 ontingv w a sibt whn atoins i eIabl ois caned dar iThec criarly, h wan.
evecn Xlves nit e tply burve e w ery. t~nA iii Le A yU WI lon Authority to operate the g. ou notey that M. Buet tehn alties won't make
a a a how com got my ew nt. ernment's Texas City, Tex., tin a .. TAm Dirksen himself has made peace much difference to the children
dands 1h was discunsen the problem fo spreaneme oady sed of June3R1C .ooid... .or..nimsope wellfhasm ade

tae Wmus arounu an he urse thought mane o ura d gtv e e m noyet ruans lto Juep b opwo oiehs the eapweyebru th adt p oeon hodt haee aw heo onin ganc tolt o ovrcoweerd 35 co health o h ahd welfare, the Dtic
Red and ,wa s disn ro bm Te aCon ress s studyingthe questions athnd er ant -Dewey, pro-Taft die- stchfoolrooms next wee
t0 ht f'W oh a.. . . . l u o f w n eD me r o o f t he m oe rrm et s n e r m e ao r i h a r d s S o m e e v e n g o s o f a r a s t o
e utl he ltr dAAe Le Atis it: e.1 on ~iuw ,ou t e an miln 3 governmentrity to contain ue operation say privately that ney Would rath- A MAINE GOi MONDA.

' p -:jiewus m betO we around. nd i tole neun sves eW eUST in 1.of government nt'sabal .latnfeowedd the: as hthe saede o me w hin a eis om ant rtyeD ew.
an ne woad gimme ao ae a in na y uue. -sa ia to myseio n ner s tions in Central Amrerica o.s u St rna un.I te ad Iam i ern or around the Whitel House. rcme uos e th e n p etl on
w ~iere atuia wmec n" rais Mua n tere s in er ni tete til th March, 1960. But they wIlls been ii i ia Tu theya e could refomtr to a fnyr bienwrlat on
* rbozee urove away. ft couple "or "dlaemanaged by Gencral Services Ad-.o no1 r1T r l totireve r I a ana k Tbs brought imyearate, aorth a ertaha, e maae
"w' OfuF 3 wisg cm k to in d Chase Smith, the Republican lad
Red g ::: :L: r:e Inscol nu :ld e 4miisration in the futureI ofte the t I" ? *I T"" hey rran theyouryears later, then a yo t can wh.tfl dow
Ss d this feller whose name ocant mente hionutole a s himtn t O_ I e ol. Nee Nn-Dewey is likely t n who trounced M Cart s can d c
o nt im ertor s ch a oe to a ws ul s or woterts, alrad secrIes thatnhes poweAiceal eIn New York pollth date h a i n t he primary, wbll win.
theatTreasu ryayewil o n n utheo r t o l mayliou im y gI.a w rt . s dofh te dn ee i s s o fu dl tie s w ill be co inside rably lessened S tran ge as It1 m a y seem how
S e aw nh T, hoe bu Y eolreweiy Wve n w tu d tC bwasdoes ofner wholdofCaloatofh bushinesshbeel. A. could not swear that Mr. McCai- broke into the testimony (duri-in SOafeh'sLe Irving Ives has alreadyvr e I a e am fr
", trh a woe to ri nkOmint executes. nt9ted some of ner whale of a lot of them have been James Reston (the N.Y. Times thy knowingly permitted it ... I the MOcCarthy Army case) and taken the New York Republican o of the Pine Tree State
'I aroun er san ee tas been tryi g to i gh out a Ecneme toi s tpeau dsosed of since RFC stepped Washington reporter) and Joe Al- swore that Mr. McCarthy was not someone on the committee said "I organization pretty well a w a y gi
the l arounlu an ne ers fu iat ne wori gve eac imaling new loans last September. sop (who covers the Capitol for the the person who gave t to me... don't want to read anything so se- from Dewey-Although they re- the Democratic Party,
S rmwerh a wnac E a t& in reoanton. h They t en numbered 4648 for a syndicates) refused to reveal their That it did not come directly-from cret and sacredl"-I mumbled to main friends in addition to which or the first time in 20 yerp has
Buthediscardedthis Idea on account he felt that the value of $3 million. As of June sources o news before a Senate any of is staff; the members of eortes near me at the press many New York Republicans di really begun to come to and
a m eween when to hem utveishndont h on -mul, 30 they numbered s780 valued at Investigating Committee In secret which I know personally. .1 table): "Nothing is so secret andslike the governor profoundly. the Demaw c candidate for go-
erios inmo betweenahenr tdeotonoosuwannyw $190 million. session very recently...e Senator told them: "Surely If it was hand. sacred to me when the security ofO
s gmnnalvea oopreuan effect even moe than usual an e These are the loans at the bot- Mundt sustained both ... That was ed to me by McCartry, Cohn, Carr our nation I$ concerned. I'd like to WHO KILLED THE ernor, YOung Edward Muskie, has
Nve1 would be i o rewin he oul de ta esion s ount atherxc C -n ao lotte haarder. Toet yarido tu
voneu te llgoaem rain ne vul hda lctty e h svern et lat rdfor the Select uSenate Committee In- gaged In conversation with several Later, In the corridor, some Good Ains millions of youngsters go back This is the result partly oF th
n vmt w geery had a epresn eect on t ay be several ears before esieat Sato McCarthy) I reporters (outside the Caucus Fairy waved hi wand and there It to overcrowded schoos next week,
d the government gets s t dollar would not reveal mine, even if I Room during a brief recess) wasn In i e pocket here is the inside story of wh Burton Cross, whos managed
te r So n this fel tole Redn that from now on he wanted Lady out of them. But Mr. Robbin be- knew the person who handed me some reporters would have re- ,.- Congress never passed the $500,- an tona mit oni
Agewooda milk iixea i.i w tht te ioe Mmai n. ? s o t hat eves a lot of them can be s tht e ae FBI su- membered tht. And he would During the eat I told 000, h Ionstcton bil
i ld h o ou e a n ae ar mary (to qener ) on haveo not Ie d r ied i to ,r the mingle ni fMid 4Jat I .was bn Senato y b ,t r l
rpo o n s l u ll o f it e@ soP e io at o erd
day. as a D e S whichlItofntevdmmuisd tst r n Select s Senate group.' po emn l e.i
o a ue tot oof ehnewspaperapeoplef reA.deedghn.nerehizes.aerInorddtion I cid not betsure- os aRe pub2ica, chain-
lonR time foar suchinall doea to ahw n results but zer en it was loans, RFC still has about $10 mil. n B u-lst m St ed npterp Pon on o en e d inte e e pu baan ,o ae o
--ot1 mlionwort hof preferred Room a o h I w arm nf e t o f t a e loe o e pi e a ha o have so many e bin
cumulative maybe Month or so It would be noticabe In the i on worth of railroad securities, Besides testifying in the Caucus While I covered the Army- Me- vea contentsof it to anyone pe ebilldepitethfat th es t s a o
whole mil odinain population.tsokn g Oefweitr-tldmeh0tenitntarofpr Room for about one hour I went Cartpy,Hearings for Sidelights & ... One Of, h editors-told me he the Eisenhower adminiatr ti6n
stocks and debentures of 10 banks over most of it in Senator Wat- Highlights I received offerings would assume all responsiblity- was against It. He was joined by o Mre
Now that what I call a real good dea iffen he an gt the nd32 mon worth of ubl kns' office earlier for more than from many of the reporters. Stuff former to turn it over to the paper Sen. Lister Hill, Alabama Demo-ts due the amain
gh people to drink ten mis. mi Imagine now swell It would agency bond issues nnd securities, an hourd... When I told Mr. Wet- they couldn't use, such as: "Have -but I did not do so ... Later, one crat, and others. But when Mrs.
Swen L Aewooda ml tarte to take eec So the total of loans and ecuri-kins and his counsel how I came you noticed that McCarthy, Carr of the top men at the N. Y. Herald Oveta Culp Hobby, secretary of
a n d Oo w h i re linL a d y gm ikstoat ch e a l o lo n s n d e cr o 'd h erc a s e g l a e d n n oedD e m o rteP arLy ,Es p r ed b y
Cnm think ofis the mule operators on the s ties not yet disposed of its $263 into possession of the paper, I ad- and Cohn today are all wearing TribTunet told e there were 35 cop- health, edueaton and welf a r e, State Cairman Frank Coffin,
i would fala over thereselves tryin to hp million. Four other portfolios of d: "Senator, If I were probing ray sets? ... Or: Television ies of it around among newspaper was caed to testify, she told sen-
.mule toro which they are now calling scabs. .Jst ima- fomoer RFC activities have been to get at the bottom of something gas some of the committee wear executives ... "Howu sure are you actors thatl while she was for priny told se-to the
ethe 0ien one of theree iace when a member of the Elec- transferred to other government and was given the story I just ing blue shirts," etc. During that of that?" I asked... "I got It," he ciple of bill are was agalns its pat ears-h o e t up vte larg-
fnnilUAeswaar tlover to him an puts his hand on his shoul-a gave you, I would probably say: recess (outside the Caucus Room) said,. "from some N.-Y. Times adoption at this time.sd
tanp cal iWm brother. In business ande goingstreong, mak. 'H mmmm, a Likely Story. when I was handed the summery brass"... He also told me that a Instead she proposed a surveys
t re e loans under. congressional now in controversy, I received top exec at the AP ad a copy and and a conference two years hence drive of around $10,000, w is
Nobody Would be sewin nobody In the courts an the Canal &MOVIE That was why (on the stand) I some other bits of folded paper that several were given to Wash- to study the needs for school con- pot In Tex but sema ik
Zone0 ic would have tears In there eyes every time they These old RFC loans will be tried to get right to the point:ae sa
oouevrtiefr et hcom b s soews, yspeeyturs n- n-nd wspIa r flgures...Istructions ,
handed a obiva driver a ticket. continued by the government unt hat I would not reve ate attaches and so on... When tried to check It the AP in a This brought immediate objee. Maine.
All the clerks In the commissaries would smile at all the paid off or foreclosed in cases of source of my information ... I you are busy gabbi or listening phone call. I was assured no oneat tons from Senator Hill. He in
patron an all the patrons would say thank you to all the cler default a d failure: also said that to the Senator and and. several people ad you tid- AP had It. 'How do young know?" I out that the 81st Congress ad al has stated that th is her hardest
thedat5lluion, tra dtiontime did any of the Select Sena- slightly to acknowledge with "a around here, Walter, andIf anyone survey and as a result they knew Fullam, a ed professor
caon cards. eusiness Admn tors (or counsel) badger, bait or thanks" nod, and go on talking had It I think I'd know that." exactly what the needs w ere. of history at Colby Coege, who is
All the little children In school would be perlite to there which has continuing power to bulldoze me. A fair shake all ... That's what I did ... I did Some of the figures Mrs. Hobby waging a vigorous campaign de-
teachrers and there parents two and the parents would be perlite make loans in this field. thound.tnotnger aesiodnlookoe apite.tio and t ad overdomirationg
----to each other for a change. Drivers would slow up at every 2. Some 15,000 real estate mor- around.w not get a good look at the person Now .Mr. Editor, me problem is h enate committee, he said,te afe difficutyof v hi
cormer an let the other seller have the right ot way. gage loanshvalued at $60 million, _iso dpcm s
ee, I think that feller in the limozene had a wonder-rai errod t oA.f ousg and Hotn e p n the Senator's office I re- you wouldn't print It, even you celvngw that tinrt IItYd not know.-hatthi&
tl idea an Im glad he thought of It. Its bound to help morale Fiane Agency.Ninety-nine per minded them that everything I were permitted to do so.
around here an keep it at a high level which is a good thing forcent Of these loans are Veterans told them had been male pubic I stuck it in my coat p.ket with port en46tled: "I oerloc Sub-
the wholretotakgod ar efihatao.3eshoreegonna SDefensetHomes Corp. moate by the Associated Press, which in- I also -told that to Senator Wat the other offerings. AM- told Sen&. version in Government epartb
hav.gages, also transfered to HHFA. terviewed me (regarding that co- kings in his office... It was mark- tor Watkins, I couldn't be sure menti" (page 26): "Employe s in
31st as I was getting ready to send In this here letter, I re cove r the cument) last mid-Mary... That I ed (in typewriter letters) "Person- who gave It to ie, even were I ho the executive branch of the gov-i
celved the latest Commissary Division circular. It had a little geny housing projects s e was the first to make public the al and Confidential" but nowhere lined to commit professional u- emi ent urged to turn over .o
anthat left me puzzled. Sortaconfusinlikecat ct that I had a copy of the let- was it marked Secret, Security or dide and reveal he source.. .At committees of Congress any in-
Stemncir s.tatouerstap u foresonm ero end o f the warthough the govern ;r that I went to the rights law Classified... It contained a 14t of the. Hearings last May it was arf formation (Editor's Note: Th
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Sunday .............. 10
Sunday Ma .ss........ 10:30
Tuesday ................... 7:00

Other Churches
Diablo Sch. Gym
Miniter W. A. Jrdan
3M Gamboa, C.. Phone 6-236
aSchool .............. :4 a.m
Mou i Worp ..........1030 am
Youth rv ........ 6:45 P.m
EveniM Serv e .......... 1:30 pm
N.r.M.S. Service .......... 7oop.m.
Third Thursday o ach month)
Radio Pro m each Sunday morning
r OXO # at :45 a.n.

Panami R.P., 3rd Street East
Rev. SL. N. Brownst, MiiSte
Divine WorshplM ....... 3 s n.m
Sunday So ol .... 3-0 p.m.
Divine Worship ..........710 p.m.

Metling Thurdayg and Sunday -
7:30 p.m. Win Memorial. 06 Balboa
Road. Balboa.
Sunday meetings i the w.-USO. La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Pri"t-
hood 8:30 am. MeeUin: Sflday School.
:25 a.m.: Sacrament Meeting.0:30 a.m.
rorw address where Artlantic Branc
services will be held. @7CrM6bel 2S
or Coco Solo 324. Prfesthood 9 aJ. Sun.
day School 10 Sacramen 1 L
Chplao% Js Wkao
Pbaoase WeM W
Sgudsy Sh~oot .............. *,*
Morlin Woraship ................_. I1ts
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Iv Calle S. ColE6
ReB Dsawa D. Lhtnauteae
Morning Worship ........... 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School ...........100 a.m.
Cms. iqr" an- -a*nbla 0 %.
Sunday School .............. 9: a.m.
Mornin Worship ............100 a.m..
gTaslfisti asrvke ......... 10 n.
new Prevlmone
Mn. Maud e tes. Ptori
Sunday School .............10:0 a.
Mornin Worship .......... 11 am.
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Simdy School ... .. : am.I
Mornina Wabi ........ a.m.

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Hats are rally hats this fall deep and head-eovering for the Sally Victor's profile beret In natural leopard fur is deledl
most part. rgyptlan toque (left) by Sally Victor is red-and- with sculptured curves, worn with matching fur necklet. Deep
black wool jersey re-embroidered In blue wool yarn. Deep cloche in white solell (lower center) Is by John Frederic.s hasi
clothe (upper center) has rippled brim of bright golden long- Jet buttons as trim. Egyptian helmet by Sally Victor lowerr
napped velour. This Alice May design is posed on a turbanned right) is smooth red felt, has a band of matching red plumag
bandeau of atch"ig gold wool jersey, has topaz-trimmed cord. framing the face and extending forward at the sides.

Ike Pledges White House Aid

To GOP Political Workers

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b ad Mammjs. :pm. W 7:Wedna day.

ftm" uday 4M Holy Dy Mase: 5:0 a.m. aid i500
aSc *Ar C911C1 Coon S aturdays : 8 30 am. 10and

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S Te eS Sunday Uass: 80 a. s
P. p.dai T. n HolyDay 6:0 am. .
". p ? onStuay 10 a .m. ).

A.k anwd L.M st 600P61 m. Catechima Clam : 3:0 11.:o0 A. emn
Nus m.... ..S.... W 0M. P Satrday.

-"em dg tiao a i CMiso t Sunda y Mass: S20 a .m.
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J006 Contleesons: 7:1 8-c0 pL. on sat-

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embarrase you another day
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It's worse than bad manners,!
It is downright unfeeling to drop:
an old friend like a hot potato
just because you've found a new
friend. Yet some people go
through life replacing one friend
with another, instead of adding'
new friends to old.i
Maybe that's why they only
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NEW YORK -(NEA)- H ats,
this fall, are actually designed tq
cover the bead. Not only do they
cover, they even fit.
This fitting is achieved through
shirring, tucks, pleats and drap-
in The turban is back again but
this year, it has a new draped
shape. And in every collection,
there's the pretty profile hat, that
side-swept silhouette t h a t's so
universally flattering.
The beret is the big hat this
year, in many guises. It's shown
tiny and tilted, gathered like a
shower-cap, helmet like w i t bh
draping at back and pleated like
a pinwheel. It's shown in fabric,
fur, leather, felt and velours.
Color glows, gold-through-to-paz,
blue-through-violet, pale to d a r k
charcoal gray, pink-to-wine a n d
for accent, a rich winey mauve
called palette pink.

Feathers make important trimU
They're used like fabric for bats
in stained-glass o I o r a studdedW
with rhinestones. Ostrich fe.thmei-
appear in sizes from tiny corls t
lavish plumes or even as e ie
feathers. Flowers, pompomu, tags-
sels facings and appliques ae aV
made of feathers.
Hats are-cut this year from
elegant fabrics: rich velms, vel.
vets, satins, soleils, fJll, jerseys
and even tweeds.





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Rose S.olitre

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At lustf-. freh
new handling of a roee
in Sterling... heor, I
Tow&$'s fine new
pattern of floral romaine
and modern simplicity.
We'll bshowyoa
dmig amy of *eceM
and show you bow
ideally they will suta
both formal and
informal seigs.
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DENVER, Sept. 11 (UP) -1 Nineteen of the House seal
President Eisenhower promised now are held by Democrats an
19 state GOOP chairmen yesterday 19 by Republicans. They are cor
members of his staff would be a- sidered marginal because the
available to help them plot their were won or lost in the last cot
campaign strategy in this vital gressional elections by less the
congressional election year. 5 per cent of the total vote.
The Republicans, members The association covers Arizt
of the Midwest and Rocky na, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kai
Mountain State GOP Chair- sas, ;Michigan, Minnesota, Mli
: men's Assa., told the President sour, Montana, Oklahoma, N1
that some members of the braska, Nevada, New Mexic
White House staff had not al- North and South Dakota, Utal
ways been fully cooperative. Wisconsin and Wyoming.
They alb suggested he keep The President, after breakfast
his eamplgn Jor a Repubil- with the group, returned to h
ean-controlled Congress on a summer office at Lowry A
"higher plane." Force Base where he said b
A spokesman for the group would speak briefly in New Yor
said the chief executive assured City Oct. 20 at a national dinnt
the association his immediate marking the 300th anniversary
staff would be available at all of Jewish participation n in Ame
times in the future for consul- lcan life.
tatlon on Issues of local, regional The President left his office
or national importance. shortly after noon for a roun
"Some Republican candidates of golf at Denver's Cherry Hil
had been impatient with Mr. Els- Country Club. He has been goll
enhower's campaign techniques in recently with a group of ol
due to a misunderstanding of friends who get together at othi
individual local Issues on the er times of the year at the Au
part of the White House staff.' gusta, Ga., National Golf Club
the spokesman, who asked not The group includes Clifford
to be identified, said. Roberts, New York investment
He also said members of the beaker; William E. Robinson
association expressed the opin- New York public relations ex-
ion at yesterday's breakfast that ecutive; Freeman Gosden, the
they don't want the chief ex'ec-. "Amos'" of the famous radic
utive to become a "political team; and Alton Jones, board
hack" but instead they want him chairman of Cities Service, Inc
to keep his campaign for a Re- Some of the gro)p were ac
publican majority in the House companied to Denver by thea
and Senate on a higher plane. wives and the President an
White House press secretary Mrs. Eisenhower joined the cot
James C. Hagerty and appoint- ples at the Brown Palace Hot(
ment secretary Tom Stevens here Thursday night for dinn<
met with members of the asso- and bridge.
clation later to helr map plans Because of yesterday's earl
for a concerted GOP drive,. breakfast the President and Mr
The association embraces 21 Eisenhower spent the night
states but two state GOP chair- the hotel rather than return t
men. -the home of Mrs. John 8. Douc
The President told newsmen the President's mother-in-law.
after meeting with the group--
that its members had assured
him they were working "for a
Congress that will support me." J i
"And, of course, you know in f
our two-party system that
means a Congress controlled
by our party., the Republican
Party," he said.
He added that "for organiza-
tional and procedural purposes
obviously it is necessary to have
a Republican-organized House
and Senate."
At stake in the 21-state area
represented by the GOOP chair-
men's association are 38 mare-
nal House seats and 15 Senate

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a'idf RECORD SHOP: A few Jane Morgan's cute ovelty en
weeks back, a New York disc jock- Kapp Records, "Baseball, aMse.
ey abruptly interrupted playing badly Is based on an English song
tLe new releases and launched into which Dave Kapp eoun. It was
an angry scolding of the record recorded they e dmmndo Res,
companies for putting out "junk." and was called -YVcotball, yoot.
He said the songs were bad, the ball." TAe lyrics were American.
arratngements were bad and the lsei. Next it may go back to oig-
performances were bad. land as "Cricket, Cricket."
we Is wn----
e wrong. George Shearing will desert the
What is happening is that mu- quiet instrumental formula which
sic, as always, is changing. At made him famous. It won't beot
present, the trend seems to be to. compl-te desertion, however. Hfs
ward what's called "rhythm and recorded four sides for MGM with;
blues" songs. If you are unfamil. tne Ray Caarles Singers-all orig.
laU with that type of creation, the final Shearing tunes, Including a
new songs may seem bad. But mil choral arrangement of his great
li9m 0f people like them, and that Lullaby of Birdland."
in ittissuffilcient recommend&-
tin. These will be released one at a.
time by MGM, with a normal
Tis tIs not to say that such Snearing arrangement on the oth.
items as "S-Boom" and "Good. er side of each vocal record.
n lt, Sweetheart, Goodn Ig i t," That's playing it cozy.
are great contributions t oAmer-
..1cn lture. But neither are they Reports are leaking through
indication that American culture from darkest Hiollywool that John.
is regressing. They are simply nle Ray does a terrific job in his
prime eagles o the current movie debut in "There's No Busi.
tae In popular music, and, as ness Like Show Business." They
such, tley demand your respect say Ray, who plays a priest In the
---o, at least, your attention. film, will chose through like Frank
Sliatra lid in "From Here to E.
Perhaps by this time next year, teralty." Which wasn't bad.
another trend will have come. Peo- i ----
pie In the music business say that DICK'S PICKS: Twc of this sea-
the mambo craze has yet to reach son's new stars have good repeats:
its l*ak, so maybe mambos will Betty Madigan (MGb) follows up
be Qn all the juke-boxes then. May- "Joey" with "That Was My Heart
be4tbe rhythm and blues songs You' Heard' and The Crew-Luts
will have run their rowdyr course. (Mercury) i u c ceed "Sh-Boom"
Btt, Jike past crazes, they will with "Oop Shoop." Other good
hawe left their impression on ones: "Ebb Tide" (Roy Hamilton,
Algerican music. Epic); 'When:' (Al Martino, Capi-
------- tol); "Mr. Pogo" (Frank Petty
Trio, (MGM); "Lonesome Pole-
TV Toppers cat" (The Eliott Brothers, (MGM)
P#pIt CAmipe: What's wrong with Both TV fan. and Winterhalter
ysr. wife puttingwall-to-wall fans will enjoy Hugo's newest RCA
cabfloor iyouraum, called "Tne Great Music
uetin on every floorinyour hees Television," which is a
Paar: E.n the bottom of the compilation of familiar (to TV
birdcage? viewers) theme music. Burl Ives'
"Coronation Concert" (Decca) is
an album from a tape recording
And there a Ways kaebeen mu- of a concert the folk-singer gave
sical crazes in America. There was in London. A little too much noise,
a 'agtime crase, a CbarlestonI but Ives' many fans will enjoy it.
erase, a conga erase. None of The big event of the week class-
these were any better muslcally, ically is RCA's release of "Fal-
tan rhythm and blues. So it's un- staff." This Verdi opera, too in-
far for anyone to sdAle out the frequently performed, is given the
abui fe 1954 and amit Afinest recording yet. The Maestro,
baf. Arturo Tosanini, conducts, and
After all, such lyrics as "Sh- the performances-by Herva Nelll,
koore, sh-boom, ya-ta-ta-ta-ta-ta" Frank Guarrera, Nan Merriman
take a certain creative talent. and others-are mostly excellent.
You've got to know how many It is a magnificent addition to re-
"*t's" to put in. corded opera.

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afrit. o eficers Wves e t .n r a Tma ir t After he business m tg lio ttled in Ntew Amsterdamo b
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.ait m 1 M Mrani Mr2. t anl sid Mrs.e 'va Hatiw won es cor ., ,-i
a n a nw b of The er hb a aa o ahoi e alentiner ue Sas ihe wwill re- P nt ot h Amerial a
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03or Paorningf brye annd \arlety h" eaw 0r1,I ettEaehoe and should tae h
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intallaiown t oles of quo etetaied at a ba t he- irPSe fr te a e sale. Pinthe than re-s upon
Tainc Y.our ntly in honSr of Mr. lMrie s ter wn e fb oat t en c ,ithee so elved I itn thes a
i O s. ond Maduro who a re m eMrs. I Je anhe began to cream shampoo. Give your
.Special services wil lbe in s to Hoe bl duras. ri the spe. b r o acra w ill teon c ea r to the carh liee lap taln tilL ,r.
ducted at t. Christopher on se punhat n P- eunday for ten weeMs. Hehts eordRepublin l sSchlor atio two malte this summer ea m clerand soldiers. the hair completely t

Ouc.o ajo omoowd n Thu day aernoon Rector e sld, spokesmenn or the le things called Projecrtndster wi his hm ea Thury sor Curacao, site akr med be as pares eton o war the time with lukewarm water. Inebe s _o-A .e .\-
c waon zdnM on t ee fhB ahoge o Mrs. oweaid bYholt ica; aEnras a salty umber, of tloarnd he eComu in itu mornina?"t erlaer to the hair with your nlntt. al h
. th o tonin- oss and Mrs Erne ak- eDaonthehNew World t f de tunateohep to add
the SVar. Chr ty OW ae wlrb t e h avsiten a r Jwls itd futu
ithe gn-.or D.v.o eson for k ay th is wCarolina. fr te mies, a; li r org f Paad tl
* uhtirs oit te .n" will be --and the Cuanal Zone arheeordally i t sf ouMaybe you're look ng forward to, this particular sipping p re e. strokes with your ha brush a .
el ~edan ts r.mmerseta hpr f ..invited tS attend. V ntormal d san-la a shoppgeang exditon e enred After spending a cre.gr, hatless you can ."
and t .i.reeress .dmind. ...se co nstauaton 0_a w*a ing .to recorded musi e wil follow hims, 6mabout one or ewo neven ha ar summeW .yo g mayt ave, orgoplea On..ts. other gnd your seala j
., rope. at the Armed rc !es "Theltion our ureone a on r cor o ys ween am
of lcer w*ie b lnstal o esehnedines Cay event e wer in Balbo,,a ce them to dedt a themselves shamo foratmo
1r3n t- .oe iMort r. Ia npm. oll feature a nu o tmbhir ys heae for h. A e Kie or
e aee f atvi ie o f officers pr eside at the species musi varieties. in eetr e covering ats, youl dndiw exact.o If your havthi and slp are oy, sla hot O treaty before e
tpedayare: Mrs. Marion re, sponsor, l , ept. h UP) ly how eyl look and fit. uent was will help to r she Af heating olive oi,
7:0 a.. Su htar tea table and rs. Arnold o-ented in t program will be of f le Na e tr- f oue, your hair should e move the exa oil. Wats.h itb rub h into the sap with a pie
th c Womat .h Auxl tor'y o and i served punch at a te.asial.naal lmnhthD th t4 Dmo .t dt t ... _-c o. ...an hot., co your scalp will b e

ate of he r. Daughter, o a s b ers are ipolutica "malary. well-lubricated,
o the ~ ,to"hood votersaout At tha f rst indeaton of dan-i thing e
oh rnne t i ohontohe morrow n Thsday a afternoon in the Balboa & B randstettero w ith his h p l ia Thao r m ust bo In Perf est condition to w e r0 10411, to to se41 oil nton oi T

:45ia.m Meeting th he urcI sof roalth eponor othg .s ,Ta-e bitW from me,. all s;i, d mothr ir and scalp. Besides being
shol oatyn.rsEresBa Epica; nds a specialty Aumber, of there oldest oifngoge lne this her hir s it aeharmfuls to your. hairs, a
:00 ntae isholy Baptism. m osI, wl- M D had p te sinnon Ms Ew W traces of d. I and P riofet s he sahid m p l of vae d .ae aon il ae v u
6.0 p.lb. Evensong and ser- 1sltrsal Society morrow, over is o0 t rom : 30 magnf Nientworeord of the ..on- the complexion to.become blore v
.non, installation of officers. Wi-ear TaoMks. om. ao 10:00 a.m.,, and v- grss under recent senhow- 'and blemished.
"The -Rev. Clarence W. Hayes, B, Arare, ,L-,brd |HP5K on the Atlantic side_ orn er' cam, sure leadership.' BY B RS. MUBIEL LAWRENCE finishing his milk, he retreated to To correct this condition, use .
thpiest-i- Ch rge, will be the of-arest. The honoree t ng the Isth. i:4 p.m. tohl:5 pm Te e.the un rc where e e ceam shampoo. Give o .hal ight e i '.
icint nd preacher throughoutmian Historial hoieta the ub brot will o ue ec peaking the Clevelc o the lives ofAl tuart'sbulda lok ft for his army an sep vera aters
the day ^ t wl a n o iunLay f ten weefs. s Republican oganizati on, two males this summer ea e lea sers tin s tie hair cpletey e o
Daughters o the Kng" will be l and the Cana Znr

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the ast lfirmatin cms for a e.r i Maybe. At. Marts Curc, Bi thwiramainrd t tor Pai p r st was her able, "Why aren't you work- teen la th eri, m as

c --- ^^ ular.rteeoe tB~ -adte and Its fr member Soft Chpe Of ii toni attnd |fra daN
d ettdn sds o P linhted to attd rmadnc bn shotppingh exe Centered After spending atcarefree, a e sYtou can.

ne gblc in gnural sco-the jet matterhe sermons un.er e Be mi make sure that a anbd rinteghy lord h ot urs and morhir enng. Anyway, sd to e r, wt
son.- begide1Ntnnilg at 6:oh30Vnim., the Phi held their regular meetinhod current hair s one eYou'll attention to oout hair its color to 10 days in between sham

S- officer will be installed for te IWednesday evening I t heAtl el M l dentifong t hisutu. Then ad ce. he a' d' l Them, umassae spoo for
e c--'f tv tos Ti e prf,"ptly rke ectcs" the most demandinhe Freudianoto dst bit naddi nir ad pu more. You selod I fe he a d menO lu.
first tef.oreat o Relig 8m at t Guic.istall, ity ot controversial breast and moth er' beameJ oo." for dry hair. Anfr give y
7:0C aremi dld ta t oill C ay ."Al Or No.hing" OCt. 3, "The Dxon- Yates ower- contract. Just passing annoyances to en- Lreyoteru, d rc o.unrte q nn whew Don't fiorgeg lo .erusr .yur C a. w .o i veOI
'Sche PWosl wf activs Rgfla ane Of Real Eisn; Oct. .10, Hll said Mitchell ehaa to dure until the moment when Dad eahaira, 4a o 6 thoroughly iany aath Ccem m
theOda ]are- MmsMarion Greene,_sponso.a cr, CLEVEL0. 0., dSept .1t(UP) lyahow they'lllookaodfit.* feqme na Wwllt ohptoryou

sermon AtticCcorpo ar Cle wil man Lonard Hal c ed s hiningand sklin ca kn for twe awe weeksd low W I as mant tof n or g. ae it oe!
cMt te Hope clubrooms.', 2 Progress I. o ,,-_ ear d t extent ou _the Amer- he roe.. . His wife kissed him. No ol,.w a .ist e. -o l tins CO C
theK 6: p n ,W sar a ws e ,, to "hoodkr'he voters about Proes s! ha A the firs t indican the tion ofdn-

:0t30al. Morning prayer andeit re went andp t hr hethe th e fa druff, yu sd take iw mmea
E Chtrs welh t-l.Th L d RepublicanAr Congr ess.d steps to arrest further Infecti

No. 56 of past exal ""~ted rtlors pary a must guard againstt breainu set anh tw o e of uneas T t on of the OlSEs
1day aal vt on the arhc of t urch col of the Cr- this team." aerenwasuno anne AIerican c n will Vrurd died n ct COLORmeW CONDIaT Si
schoo a aptm t e cJW ee t is onlt Ai d Serhu e ,, we Si Ao hl e Stue w H ea M. Tak eathdnd 3 toH6 an TEx 0 rmful toyours hair,y ad 9.l A

m ieonetorsy mree--- a. hAncon e ts a sai orem o the st.ggretis he mo ernleth oased her has- el mmts on.MndInd 0 .... e.. 1
2- 00dge l conHolnin mus wile toheoard bclinS to- spiteful little cwd destroy th n v e or e la of dandruff can c se
6 mr30p..eeEvensongaendser- t loSoe mo;;rroT, over HOG from 9: . e u30 magnificent record of the Con- n thecomplexion to become bt

mon, installation of officers. 06Masamto 10 n;m..and gross under p resident n I e t nhe oohn a d he mlhteeseratdtosiooon stathrret thscodti. he s

pies-ip- ge, will be the of- At the next meeting p the th- 5:45 p.m. tor6:1s p.m.T ee ge t he t ed thee ht eun1orn oheean A lle e nca *r
annd preacher throughout min Historical oety, te broadcasts will continue eachSpeaking to the Cleveland Into the lives ofaAlic Stuart's nid s, oc o at e I
tbdayject a will be andmars. i ar- Sunday for ten weeks.e s Republican organization, two males tin summer c am e lead soldier rsa Rinse the air completely. N.

lexectefn oQ wm .ete at rer of cathedral of st. Luke, 20l m ,net i th ew shel versleorthe gar Mon. :0l.pi.!ne.i* I ..,,m
t was alo announced thatname" and w lhavse tfo r It ICaneon Bryan tGreen. Rector id, "spokesmen for the left- things c called Projects. Ills mother asked, casually atime with lukewarm water. I
the last cfir d or speak e r. Ricardo la of St. Martin's Church, Birin- ng have their marching or- Perhapst was herhupobleWhy aren't y ou work- twee their in
1954 was ot and England, who a lndEnt -. Tarnish the reputation of first applied This hndme wn term engon the Project thL morning?" later Ito their with youi

ShUX to metr eerstandn uenpofantoas the lioute In Tof iternation al O publican83rd Congress, by to the enterprises Into which he Because said her son. ed tips.ti W

aand ilc n G r b D t i bl D ,taell so b h h r.y setis sn ea fo h tihe Pla es al,& t e t t ha hesf-te he. si n, Aer .i-- r "
4WrLazadayatI 00p.m. history. T.is iep the first time that repute, will doliver8atth rieso of fair m nistt or foul, atmdoattack e and his son disappeared every "Because why," she pressed wIl theit'-. r.move',s l-

woia I TOneot, th l ma r dac sone Se thrtece C ofente',. orudendt wn neer 11to e|e SD19T f t'
ubi se St alt mecutmer. beoe le are an eri ein themotivesanintegrit atdamorning.Anyway, sinceD bravelyO Tad -
d' invitedd tO 1rdu1teedCbstrctio intErat t heme: roK i, .h*e .P ,Vr R ee.se ,M!. Ri"h O' he'overtlen, heoen-year W gec are, Jo. p la cda i
"ran yesterd B S Thre ne e ape c u ia thema trdrae on tho mheuleol mJte pa "father t general at the head of his trop Towel-dry yourair vigo -
... p.pya fo ae hea Cri ese jn Crhne a-inoton tcfl dnfa to delightusth suDe's thie a-oa cls) A neu he osa da -dont like Thenm ouru O t.

UL--. Germa a dsti een asof emass edsotomnN d j mree wll ansorne wict be Ia. .. n rurhnn.eserdon G *ra ther beiEyo vo St.wt-o.n- am
WilledgttpiAtAda el busm rn rne-.ous .o n "rrtheThmos demandingoirMudin. toJsVe ddier e in tha n 4 s b illD a.gnag ut.o roulleT

tbes ,m v -,. oauneuwi ch wod icd .... fo s...alloi ch..dr enP ..i dun !If i t h f e p g Ae dt.
TASH INGeI a s 1ed a ne pe orae and i de- 0 am. at service soriee dsWea PdBetsbi g 25. -a n d e I I B Iu- higs
Sd ew na. rea .esinquestls te r sot ssst. a nd othes to tran paret eao youn lto of the scalp.ch
alolelororeaitoey i dRelbetar Ss to e anl.a tu e frt26,IntIegristy'on tihe controversialB reake cretut
CameranClsrWIN W d Cisrete "Aoi Or Nothing"; Oct. 2 "The Dixon-Yates power contract. just passing annoyances to en-rLaertill toiordfo
Ona Portraitsh o n Relevance Of Religion"; Oict. 10,Hall said, Mitchell "thad to ude until the moment when DdLroe he ontfoet hu to bsyer he

ThehAtlanticCaaaCu"ehar Cle o.s ar d Cu ati ts thed s avol arn Oc. 17,cba c ew T f b hs sad ," andy.Your hairbrushIs thegeA
mteet Monday m atmbers : onts atthe 1Encounte- 'With Christ"; 00t. "misguided strategy" after he "How about it, boy? Let's get to boil me in oil?" at guard for hair beutyn

. Mt. Hope clubrooms..70e Thbed24r"Progres IA n the Christian oledtheextent of the Amer-.theoProject.Noil" against scalp inetion, soet
.o. the monthly print copetio ifr aNo. D1e;Oct3 31 "Progress in lean people'sdisgust at suchHOcaionl te P t w sshe said. "But f y u good advantage Oit.
is: Portraits. IthedChristian Life No.2"Nov. methods."Oc.casionalthe ar.onc itwas rem ta veutwousel

Suitable disarmament program maents." can attend the services and
and some effective way to ban by- T Western notes were an ans leave t heir children in cometent A kitchen table. So Pond's Powder is blendedn the family.
StampClub Meetson ar eo. 14,_-The rtatorChall benge."tuont byThe GOP chairman asserted Stuarfthertdrew a d e e p
TheoCaribbman.Stamp Club MetillNv1rthCaleg t unless the country re-elects AliceStuatwasconcerned,abrJohn"Ysfathereaid.eeh g u
hold Its weekly meeting on Mon- a Republican controlled Con- Project's material production of albreath "ee I*hetsaid.Sees itin for$1 .O9 1, .,
day at 7:30 pin. in the library of filing i OP Wp CrosseinNovember". will window didn't matter. What mat- mind." cn .u r
thea. SO-JWB in Balboa. Ali stamp rise sharply" that the nationwi tered was what the Project%-came youcdnleth
.,coluectorn are welcome. usDasO to mean to the men of her fami- Class a)nncewNew (le'mnan.
.I pe.andmalmnRepublican Congress have con- Solatr morning, when.
Mee.Tomorrow a stituted a groat team,".he said. John remained in the bathroomAtJuir College
Members of ExperaeaasCouncil musallerdgainserbe rutil breakfast was nearly over
rulers aremubrengiup she felt a twinge of uneasivess.erIine first session of the clea
reminded that on Sunday, the The Church -chool of the Ca- this team. "Aren't you two planning to'work In Intermediate Accounting will Various sies and o C
council will convene Its regular th- al of St. Luke, EsHco -all said the dInistration on the new shelves for the garage be held Monday 4:30 to 6:20. The
monthly meeting at the Rainbow Andin w open itsf elf "oercame many of the stagger- this morning?" she asked her hus- clas meets on Monday and&

GrandDstrictoputyPowderiss ted byea elceosf cos"ptentadntheosta nhptsth
officialtvisita to nte wer an fikiergaren There was no answer. aAmerican Accounting Assoca- ONSPECIAoS

n ugen and atomic weapons, wer to a Moscow proposal July care. to bring out hidden tints in -
S !'Agreement on the qLestion of 24 and again Agu. 4, for an inter- o ions, ive a sUrAin
dtsararamnt would undoubtedly national conference to set up an com pleions, give a spart li
hepto create the necessary at all-European security system and radiance found in thelove
mesprere in which the probk-m of 4 priorrBig Four foreign ministers complexion. Thse sheerer
m ia poan security codusefully |meeting to lay the groundwork Peod's shades not only etc
e rscussed," the three Western forte larer conference. TN deposit a accepted thru a period coloring, they add
powers a declared. The strategy was regarded as a O W LD* VI o \/ S Oesube T a u tons-clding for "
In identical notes to Moscow, maneuver to kill the European De.u hoo t special
they said the Soviet security p fuase Community treaty. U. 8. of- Of n We S. u t special
already had been discussed fleals emphasized, however that ade of Pod's Powder
at the Berlin foreign ministry the Unted States, Britain, and Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and designed for you.
. They said European se-; France still are united and in o nt in 4 de e. -.
ew e cannot be brought about agreement in their response t documents. in 4 different *s". -
thiviaoa general treaty such as Russia.
Ri tlrweed. The notes themselves said the OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH:
mi result from the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- n1 Central Ave. at ret St. at earum
of e palms of tion, assailed by the SovWiet g- i ofor Oft SStr of 7 th SL
Post pesg are those cement as g eive xin. Remegagw-n eJ slrlff s
o A". the? taryedof wJrL--e oA.DeROUX. CARLOS MUYNEs V., r9- nS-
Uen ew it is d- want 4 t ou m. Sb-MaEs. 6. El .s..
uMW '10dot. il in its power" The note was nwWdI the Oi.
to..Wthe..o ,loa ed and tried to avoid ea S, OlHOURS: *nji 9u w
ar^^en p ft l.eahtty sad iampressmcn of a flat rejlstion. 1v ."
to gro t Gbrmans free elsc- West tried t show the:00 m rr ; am. Rto :R A L W POs
thave ofe 1UeW amR anAd tO I-.A FLrW
- A8 te.ote w. a delivered they __mSr apositi la. - N l ir!: a a. .. _____ ,.....
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MORIJSUN 4u- o July Ave a lJ St.
Juto Aroaemwa Ave and 8U St.
I1n LA Carnrasquil

CmBIrl Ave. 1
No. 3 Lottry Pliaa
Fournih of .'uly Ave.

U Street N So

Household Automobileg
FRAL 60 eBendixau FOR SALE :-Very cheap, 1950 Ford
:motic washer, : 125. House 5773. 4-door, duty paid, good condition.
,Diablo. Phone 2-6371 Information 2-2994.
FUR SALTE:-AdmiroT reegerator, 9 FOR SALE:--Ued cas at low prie.
Icu. ft. new Kenmore gas stove. PANAMA AUTO, S.A.. Jose Fran-
'reasonable price. 5344-B, Rainbow cisco de .l Ossa No. 45.
:City. Tel. 3-1845. FOR SALE: '52 Chevrolet Deluxe
5---. R -.- mahogany liv- Club Coupe, undercooted and seat
F ingro set- 4 tables. 2 Hollywood covers, $1250. 5965-B, Smith PI.,
g setDiablo. Phone 2-3026.
:beds mahoganyy frames), Simmovs Diablo. Phone 2-3026.
,innerspring mattress, Simmons FOR SALE: 1949 Chrysler "New'
springs. 83-5284, Curundu. ___ Yorker" Club Coupe, equipped with
9R SALE: -- Four-burner gas stove, radio, white sidewall tires, nylon
good condition, $35. 0303 Cable seat covers. Fluid drive, excellent
'Heights, Ancon, C.Z. condition. Price $1000. Call 37-
.HeightsAncon,.._ 88-638 after 4:30 p.m.; 37-87-
dOR SALE: 25-cycle refrigerator, 315 till 4:00 p.m.
'good condition 83-4223; 655- SALE:-952 Morris "Oxford."
Curundu Height excellent condition, duty paid, full
:R SALE:--Bargoin, leaving: Beou- coverage insurance. Pn a nm o 3-
tiful modern diningroom set. Apply 4050.
No. 10 East 45th Street. Phone;
3-0287. FOR SAL
FOR SALE One 9 x 12. Axminster p I e
rug. Phone 2-2584. Real Eate______
POS.ii.n Offered down, $50 monthly, three-bedroom
POSitiOn UOfered house. Lefevre, 400 meters. Price:
$7500. PATTERSON, 2-2346, Ave.-
WANTED:-; xpdened Beat Op- "A." 16. _
pitr. enell Bliss' Cocoli Bea ---uty d- -b 0
Sip. N lly 3812. '. 'FOR SALE: BEST 'PRICE, $2000t
S-p.NmI 31 I--down, $50 monthly, two-bedroom
cement chalet, Lefevre. Price only
W e d Posito '4167.)00. PATTERSON, 2-2346, 16,1
W anted Position Avenue"A."
FOR SALE: URGENT,. must leave,
SECRETARY, experienced, wants extra cement block house, brand new,
: work nights and week-ends. Phone with"almost acre of land, Gorgona
'25-2486 Mon. or write Box 574, Bech $2000. PATTERSON, 2-'
'Balboa. 2346,. Avenue "A," 16.
FOR SAlE--Corner fot Pueblo Nue-
WIANEkl Dl vo for'only $1.75 meter, with bus,
WA W I:EUD light and water. 631 meters, $250
y. *' down. PATTERSON, 2-2346, Ave-
M seell'aneeouS nue "A," No. 16.
WANTED:- Two-bedroom house or FOR SALE:-In Santa Clara, 2 hous-1
tholet in El Cangrejo or San Fran- es: 2 bedrooms, tiled floors, good
Cisco. with ample space. Panama furniture, Rockgas stoves and ice
.3-4685. boxes. See Keenan at Santo Clara.

GOP Policy 'Dynamic As Dodo'

edres Texas Sam Rayburn

Agenda Inuternal. de Pobliceleae
4 Cmrum huv.
Parque Lefevi 7 Steet
190 CentralJ Ave

149 Cnu AvAe.
60sret No 5N
J. rco. de ia U6M Ave. No. 41

Via f au No. M84


By tenting a cottage at Santo Clara
Beach, from the 20th of September,
thru the 30th of September, you will
be contributing the entire rental to
the Mission St. Clare's Building Fund,
and will enable the Episcopal Church
to start building the mission this dry
These beautiful cottages owned re-
spectively by Mr. Williams, Miss illss,
Mr. & Mrs. Forr and Mr. Shrapnell
have generously been offered os an
incentive to help build their Church.
The cottages have practically all
modern conveniences. Rent one for a
week or week-end. The prices vary
from $42.50 for the week to $21.25
for the week-end.
Call either Miss Genell Bliss 25-3812,
or Mr. Williams 2-3050. or
Baldwin 2-1715.
Spend your Vacation in Volcoan'in
where you can go riding,, fishing,
hunting and enjoy a nice climate.
Hotel Julian provides you clean rooms
and good meals. Arrangements can be
made.--Write for reservation, HOTEL
JULIAN, Hato, Volion, Chiriqul.
Under American Management.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, cam mile past
Santa Clara. Low rotes. Phone
Balboo 2-1866.
GRAMLICH'S Santo Clara Beach Cot-
tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erats rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
PhUlipp. Oceanside cottages. Santa
Clara. Box 435, Balboao. Phone
Panoma 314877. Cristobbl 3-1671.

GET THEM, while they lost, at EL
CORTE SINGLES' Annul Sale! Com-
plete suits from $4.95; Pants from
- $2. All guaranteed. LOw prices on
credit terms. Just soy: "Charge It."
tral Avenue.
*announces the appointment of two
new District Dentists in the Gatun
Dental O f f i c e. Gotun Dispensary
building. The new associates are: Dr.
Melchor Sayoc, who holds degrees in
the University of the PIllippines and
Son Francisco State College; Dr. Rich-
ord de Castro, graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. Office* hours
ore 8 o.m. to 3 p.m. doily except

WORKMEN: Grasp This Opportunity!
EL CORTE INGLES' Sole offers
Khaki pants originally sold for $7
at the reduced price of $4.95. Low
prices on credit terms. Just say:
"Charge it." EL CORTE INGLES,
No. 73, Central Avenue.
FOR SALE:-Boat and 6-hp. motor,
$150; also aquarium. Via Espaia,
Parque Lefevre No. 828, Apt. 1 .
FOR SALE: Upright piono, good
condition, $75. Coll 6-196.
FOR SALE:- Kodak "Pony" camera
and case, also "Merit" projector,
both used two months. Bargain.
Phone 2-4367 or week days 3-

FOR RENT: Beautiful residence of
three bedrooms, hot water, terrace.
Phone 2-3035.

FOR RENT:-Furnished house in Las
Cumbres: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
maid's room and both, automatic
washer, dryer, deep-freeze, dish-
washer, $150. Phone Balboa 2-
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet at
Miroflores (Barrioda del Maestro).
Phone 2-4088.
FOR RENT:-Chalet in the old en-
trance to the Golf Club (Corras-
quilla) : Living and diningroom, 2
bedrooms, I studio which con be
converted into bedroom, I o r g e
kitchen, porch and spacious yard.
Reasonable price. Inquire phone 3-
4364, Panama.
FOR RENT:-Attractive 2-bedroom,
2-bathroom house, completely fur-
nished, for one month, Sept. 15 to
Oct. 15. Also large patio and bar-
beaue. Phone 3-1027.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom cholet,
31st Street No. 24. Phone 3-3084.


ATTENTION G. 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 O n t a.c t Alhombra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-
furnished. For further details call
Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
FOR RENT:-Semi-furnished 1-bed-
room apartment, gas stove, refri-
gerator. Very cool. Overlooking
S.A.S. Commissary. Via Belisorio
Porras, Son Francisco. Tel. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished comfort-
able 2-bedroom apartment, in mod-
ern building, with hot water and
garage. Price $1 10. Information:
Phone 2-2416 or 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Apartment. entire top
floor, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hot wa-
ter. No. 117 Via Espoaia. Phone
Curundu 5118.
FOR RENT:-Cool vacation quarters,
furnished, 2 bedrooms. New Cristo-
bal,. Oct. I-Jan. 15. Call 3-2897.
FOR RENTj:- 1-bedroom apartment,
new. No. 96, Via Belisario Porras &
18th Street, San Francisco. Phone
FOR RENT:-One-bedroom furnished
apartment, hot water. Second Street
No. 1 1, Perepil. Phone 3-2694.
FOR RENT:-Beautiful furnished
opartmeht with all utilities. Via Es-
pofo. lost house before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT:-To couple' Cool apart-
ment with garage close to Hotel El
Panama. Large 2-door G.E. refri-
gerator for sole $90. Call 83-2197
or 82-2285 during working hours.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
ment. 2 baths, maid's room, go-
rage. Bello Vista, 44th Street No.
32. Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815.
FOR RENT:-Beautiful two-bedroom
apartment. Bella Vista, large bal-
cony, very cool, $90. Call 3-0934.

FOR SALE EnglQ.iSh moorvcle
'Ncron Leoving Isthmnus. ApplyI
48th Steet N. 27


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Natural Gas Aids


WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages-rockgas, refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
GUNILL BLISS' Santa Clara Gueet
House. Overlooks ocean .. surrounded
by shade trees.. .private steps to
beach (2-min. walk). Gas range &
refrigerator .. .accommodates 8.
Shaded playground with barbecue.
ping-pong, badminton, archery, cro-
quet, punting g..'n, horse shoes, etc.'
Call Navy 3812.

FOR SALE; Zeiss Contessa 35mm.
camera, excellent condition, with
Zeiss flash, Zeiss filters, Zeiss po-
loroid and closeup lenses and frame
for taking closeup pictures. Good
buy. Must be seen to be oppreci-
ated. 830, Balboa Road. Balboa
FOR SALE:-New galvanized tubing,
3"4"-3'/2"-5"., Low price. Tel-
ephone 2-3128.
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire, porcelain in-
side and out; Easy spindry washing
machine; 3 electric clocks, all 25-
cycle; 1949 Pontiac Club Coupe,.in
good condition, 30,000 miles; 1952

f tbottery charger, 25-cycle. Caloil 2-
: 24465 or House 6310, Cameron St.,
,os Rios.

S__ FO SALE:--Boiler, "Power Master,"
S15 horse power, automatic. Suitable
.'FORT WORTH, Tex., Sept. 11 er promised 90 per cent of parity for laundry or dry cleaner. Panama
nma Rayburn last night called prices for farmers an)d "10p per Hospital.
2 Elsenhower administration cent in the marketplace,' but FOR SALE:-.2-year-old ony, sp-
'"lept" and its legislative pro- that the President now hailed as lly trained for child ren, with sad
5,m "as dynamic as the dodo, a "victory over the farm bloc", ci Pone ren, w sa-
as forwardlooking as yesterday." the reduction to 82% per cent of'- --d -- .? -o
oe Texas Democrat, who has parity. ,ics, FOR SALE: Remington .22 rifle,
served as speaker of House long- Lo farm prices, he said,' do model 521T, practically brand new;
er than any other man, predicted not mean reduced costs to con- also Higgins .22 with 6X scope;
the Democrats will regain control summers. He said wheat brought' ammunition boxes; ammunition.
of 'bngress in the'November elec. $2.81 a bushel in January 1948, First $60 for everything. 2620-A,
tions. and trat the average price of a Cocoll. Phbne 828-3156.
Sneaking over a nationwidelo of bread was 13.9 cents. Now,
Sradio and television networkhe said, wheat is $1.91 a bushel FOR RENT -
from Fort Worth. Rayburn sail, and the average price of bread Room
"1f those is one vord in the En- 17 cents. . ^-Kooma
Ishproperly After the record of this Co.
ih lgagethatw d ag I d not see o .dw a Repub FOR RENT: Furnished rooms, city,
nlttation, It the word. *ineot.' uc an candidate forCongresscan oportments in Sobanas, $30. Infor-
Rayburn said he was answering survive its t a farming district," min at studae Street, .98
a aetion ide telecast by Pres RayHn' s tattd. the FOR RENT:-Furnished room. kitch-
de.L Eisenhower in which t he He lsog sharply attacked the en. gas, refrigerator. 31st Street'
Preld ent e':tblled the virtues of newtax program. "We ind that East No. 9. near La Piscina.
the-,rd Congress 90 per cent of th e nation's tax'- -..
S.1..Is admli.riettlon has .burtgl payers' bt. only 9, cents of theH
ed ur foreign relatins through reduction while 73 cents of the Oregon Has Best
ai ;ept ne that astounds those' tax-cut dollar went to the corpora. -
'f wo Vin "o rs," ,in"themi--' tions and 18 cents to families iFire Safety
of in Coress, want to pro- whose incomes are above $5,000
this great government." a year," he said.r
S f they have changed' He said the Republican platform Record To Uphold
In man- A cha oreig -- called for a talnced budget, a SALEM, Ore. -(UP)- Oregon,
Ray~brn said, "I do not reduced national debt. "The bud- forestry officials say, has a record
k l w to w respect, except a get has net been balanced. The for lowest loss of life in the heavy.
,Bie'lr, and they have so national debt limit has been in- ly forested areas of the United
Sa lrtered it that the sad and creased by 6 billion dollars to 281 States and a training program has1
ta-n" fact Is that we have few. billion," he said. been started for this fire season,
u fends in the world today The administration, he said, I which extends into late fall, for'
t we have bad in the hsltory promised full employment, but keep it that way.
United Statees there 'are 3 million American The training program calls for
said. "We have witnessed a workers out of jobs; Jlooked at wardens to establish escape routes
nest aggressive power rise in Corm- national defense from a dollar before leading crews to the fire
mai1st countries, due to Repub- angle and not from a dollar angle scene. Other points of precaution
iMc faltering steps in our foreign ian not from the broad view of are to provide fire-fighters with
rel.ions. e national safety. suitable equipment, tools and ex-
Ither the people of America "And I think those in charge perienced supervision, and to re-
lor the peoples of friendly or un- are going out deliberately to des- quire personnel to wear hard hats
Irithdly nations know from the troy our public power, as demons- I and woods clothing.
welter of conflicting' statements treated by the Dixon-Yates con-
by -Republicans in the executive tract which appearstobe the beSouth Pens
branch and Republans in the ginning of an effort to build a ou .paOW n
le slative branch who is speak wall around TVA and never let it a
Ing"or this natisa on internatlont-;expand again." he added. Are NO JOke
affairs... The Republican lead- FORT MADISON, la, hb )up) -
s'don't know wha they are do- Practical jokers can fool the new
rg.or here they are going. And, office boy by sending him after a
my friends, the Reds are taking left-handed monkey rench, but,
."l aidventLae of ith .. the joke will be on them if they
ilst ue', he said, the d send him for a left-handed found.
Istration "has exhibited an ri tain pen.
ness in cons'lerihg what is So thpaw pens can be obtained
best for all the people." iI. easily nowadays, according to a
'T.' y are strictly for big firm (Sheaffer)*that makes more
k ,l- b y no that t 1 K 1 than 25,000 of them each year.
rI W by new that the I Biggest export market for port-
S .B. Lan Cist ss A. : '.. ad'l aside pens is South Africa, but the'
Btl s biavlet t m .... I firm can't figure why.
]i M S g i .t I S !j' t "Many of our customer com-
MI thefami ...lp wihtsoaPlaints come from lefties trying to
fam'._ S, y witha 3. I r- fuse conventional pen points de-I
signed for right-handers," said
said the Republicans hailed signed for right-handers" said c.
Pee e te Juprorambluth. head of the com
f wd lo k.fiingo' I m a d pany's god nib department. "Whe
andI R .ar .... .. okn. Bi you see left-oblihque handwriting
4 s, 0s am R1 a. doddo asa.la t tred wihtiny l ots, you're
a"s sa.fe.dodo... sl e in assuming It's the work of
--- yesterday. "'a left-hander struggling with a
7W n= R -publ aan platform right-handed pen. A left-handed
e Democrat is, a pen point would relieve his writ-
er's cramp Dd reduce his blood
,thataM.r." -. thepressure." t
.LQU ..I.E-Maril Nylund. 1. .
k fAriz- is shown as
aiV E i -Appear t in the forth.
URK AMWP coBte"Miaa AWmerica" contest.
u i -d Ai w a he *0remeat "Martie's I nU i RT l
i-is Ameriks CAReaiaIo." a performance I
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I W YORK -(UP)- Natural
gas not only cooks your food, it
grows it, too.
Farmers report they are getting
better crops nowadays after treat.
ing the soil with anhydrous am-
monia, which is a blend of natp-
ral gas, steam and air, This new
chemical, is either mixed with ir-
rigation water or plowed into the
soil with special equipment.
The Gas Appliance -Manufactur-
ers Association reports that many
rural and suburban distributors of
liquefied petroleum gas-known lo-
cally as bottled gas, butane or pro-
pane-are sypplying anhydrous
moniato the same customers who
use the natural fuel for cooking,
heating and refrigeration. I
Normally acreage cannot be re-
planted with the same crop in suc-
cessive years because that particu-
lar crop will extract so much ni-
trogen from that soil thatA sec-
ond crop would be unprofitable.
Instead of rotating his crops, a
farmer now need only usu.tbe new
chemical for more profitable farm-
ing since anhydrous ammonia's
weight consists of four-fifths nitro-

One Atom-Smasher

Leads To Aniller
-(UP)- Stanford scientist. now
moving into their brand new $200,-
000 microwave laboratory, are pre-
paring to launch construction of
still another atom-smasher, to be
known as the Mark IV.
Laboratory Director Edward ..
Ginzton said the new atom-smash-
er, scientifically known as an e.l-
tron linear accelerator, Will co-
tribute to medical and biological
Investigations. It also will furthur
development of still larger and
better atom-smashers.I
The Mark IV's forerunner, the
Mark III, will continue to operate
in the older building known as the
High Energy Physics Laboratory,
now under the direction of Prof-
W. K. H. Panofsky.
Both laboratories together com-
prise the W. W. Hansen Labora-
tories of Physics. They'were nam
for the late William Webster Han-
sen, pioneering Stanford physltet
i who founded the University's large
microwave laboratory.
The bulk of the new laboratory's
work is government-spe sored. Ito
particular, the U. S. Atoami; J-*
ergy Commission is supporting the
Mark IV and larger aeelerator
studies. The Office 9f NXvd U-
search is sponsoring t1 1MW
work, while the medial
tar studies are under
Cancer Society sal U. 1 S.
Service sponsorship.

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000,000; mIscellaneous, 1,000,000. KENNETH 0. -GILMORE I As yet no suchwork is lan
Done by non-government coi-
WASHINGiTON (NEA cerns. But many new depart-
"Al I m t *lIC Up Threat. of an atomic or hydro- ment stores, offices and facto-
Ar y g w5en bomb attack i giving mod- ries have swung in thei W i I i ll ern architecture the grim, win- of heavy structures andA mint-
I llll II nHoHns dowless. lok of sturdy, block- mum amount of window space.
House typebuildings.. Notable examples are Foley's De.
FORT HOOD, Tex (UP) One of the best examples of apartment Store in Houston, ex.,
ammoniia to the same customers this new trend Is the nearly com- and the Lincoln Arc-Welding .Co.
who use the natural fuel for cook. pleted eight story Armed Forces In Cleveland, Ohio.
Ing, hearing. a d refrigeration..instituta of atholog, on theo But these monolithic edifices
Amateur inventobrr in the bata. grounds of the Walter Reed Ar- 'pose one major problem..de-
lion maintenance shops of the my Hospital in Washington. ;pite the interor cooling -and
First Armored Diviionaaremak- ar frdm an architect's dream ghtin empbyes tend to feel
mg their work easier and safer by f beauty, this allUconcrete medi- closed In If Cey cannot see the
design~ gimmicks, gadgets and cal research center looks more skyland out-of-doors..
contraptions. J ke a throwback to the rugged There is still a strong trend
One ofthe busiest is Cp. Jerry fots built 150 years ago as pro- toward light, all glass, United
Kosik, of East Bernard, ,ex., who tection against Indians. The -In- Nations type- building. How
designed a mount to carry a mor- stitute is the first medical build- great an effect t .*atomic a.e
tar in an M-75 armored personnel ing in the country constructed wll have on this optimistic style
carrier to withstand the desolations of remains to be seen But the
It was so successful that it was a nuclear attack. course of world events willcer
approved by the division and was Despite its gray, dull appear- tainly be changing the blueprint.
adopted by all armored infantry ance, any television star would of tomorrow,.
battalions in the First Armored. iump at the chance to work In'
He also developed a blackoutle--e pp-to-date TV studio inside TV Rad
box for field ranges so cooks can the Institute which Is to be used T V .io Noise
prepare meals in the dark without for medical purposes. There are c ntr.ol led
giving away their position. Kosik also two auditoriums and numer- controlled 8y
is now working on a jack to take us laboratories behind the build- w tChL
the hll doors off M-75' in's formidable 12-to-16-inch Small Switch
"It's all two men can V to liwfUs FREEPORT Ill. "IP) A
one Of the doors, and ti....cant tw-lls. SPORT ,' M
set one back in plece*without ..... --.on started two ears a izedswitch designedhem
r agn an.byuthre time the last th trying to hold a- phone conversa.
CPIp Leroy Pederson of Oregpn,BTin burner is connected this^on hile radio or television sets
se in Pu hi sevder's eto at costwiltcon# toaround are blaring e
S ba pulerw, atw working hand ih'hand with the pIe, e-*ystem. .,concoct-
ptllo erth a 't o bar to architects since the beginning. ed by Auay inventor! to low,
pull Jeeps that won't start'. an iron The result is one of the best er automt, call e he1*oJ-nl whe"
pipe rack to hold oil barrels andThe result is o ot autmticay the whe
stands to hold truck whl off t equipped laboratories in the the phone is used. He reportedrhis
round dur r wod ingenious development to Minnea-
gPfc B s. In order to get to the.thirdi po Honeywellsa e.r o Switch
Ok. turret mechaniobby s of Tulsaflor of the Institute, it's nec- division which annually conducts
made several special ches foessary to take an elevator down an. "idea exchange," seeking un-
orking onthe traversing system one flight. Only five of the eight usual uses for the tiny switches
of an U41 Walker Bullog tank. stories are above the surface and manufactured ihere in .ome 5,000
mn ture e _w_ __ot he the lowest part of the structure variations.
Ss 50 feet below the ground., The switch is hooked p to the
Areiadfl Family The south side is especially phone receiver automatically -ow.
Ami dU FlV llllIT constructed to hold up against a ers the radio or television set vol.
blast. Its thicker walls are made ume bp about 50 per ce t.
life Un dr Slf ...y to resist 14,520 tons of. positive U SNOW-
LiUf Uv MUv lnUU/ [pressure. Architects figured that
HOUSTON, Tex .--(UP)- Two & a bomb was dropped in down- US NoW nHas
Rice Institute scientists havetac.town Washington repercussions F a
kd a curious problem-whenA from the explosion would be sure F Onla d Embassy
female $nmadfllo gives, birth, whY to hit this section first. 1 J
does she have identical quadru Huge metal doors which roll On W IT ON, Sept.;11 -(UP)
letst? tracks can partition off-the most I-The United States'today raised
Dr. Roy V. Talmadge of the bio. sensitive part of the building in its legation at Helsinki, Finland,
logy department and Dale Buchan. case of an emergency., to the status of an embassy._,
an, 26, a graduate student work- The State .Department said
ing on hi doctor's degree, plan to The Army's Corps of Engineers Pr dP ent an.hqewei Jas l .e-
spend the next two years on the and the Navy's Bureau of Yards ed Minister Jack K. McFia7 h
project, financed by a 15,00n and Docks are experimenting remain as chief oLt e pt, th
grant from the National Science Iwith protective anti .'nuclear ibecolnK te fir .Amerlcan
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80tCATRA (NEA In Bu- acqtUaintances; to discuss mat-
STV O y GAYNOR MADDOX kit the cultural center of terms of the day In the Indone-
NA aNdr Market ditr this na island of 180,000 squire lan language, which never falls'
ito ,,mil they all Myrtle Thorne to delight te Indonesians, and
. When we lived in Croton-on-Hud. "MI Bar Lking Event," to distribute pamphlets and
S-- .. s n New York state, the annual That's because the firs day booklets.
1' Fi ntVer Fi Department's car-. she T ited there the city actual- _, .
H YWOOD'- (NEA) Be. But thre' still dQoubt i J e's alval was a stve oeeashm for ly experience a minor earth- When she arrived, heoe she
ldltheatlerefes) Hov many old mlnd ,about w ather he'f ever everyone. Or friend Mrs. Donald quake knew that because it was prc-
movies are running on TV? I return to eotimg. iHall, excellent cook usedfto give As far as the suceas of Amer- domihantly Moslem country she
di count the but a survey .fter-eprnlv .l parte Firemn ie's do a efforts on tne would be fi hting an uahie bat-
firm did-3,283. But about 2,18p If they listen to Jack Palance's friends and their wives, and we, whole goes, she's also a tie. By tradtionhere, women be
should be re-cut-right down the alvice about husband ad wife co-bo, .always enjoyed her chocolate whirlind. . long in the kitchen, not in poll-
middle. starring teams, they won't change cakes. On. Sumatra, se is fast be- tics.
-- their minds. Jack isn't denying cohi s a legend. And as far as "First I jolhed the women's
Heartbreak note: For the first those hectic backstae grows with We pass on Mrs. Hall's chocolate the wum atf ns are concerned.'I clubs," she ays. fI reasoned
time. Freeasan Goaden and wife Virginia Bakerin a Chicago orange ca re ipe. It's the kind she ts the lI8. Information A- that one way of getting at the
Charles Correll aren't on the set summer stoe'k production of'Dark of eake whlih sells well where La. agency and the United States men was through their wives.'
during the shooting of th "Ams a the Moon." He says di es Auxliaries want to raise combined. She is also the ony Soon the wives of governmental
'n' An6dy" telefilms to helpAvin funds for new firetfighting equip- An'ti0ean we have there spread- officials, teachers, professional
Cblldress and Spencer Willams, I'm not the easiestman m in the meat' In lg the story of what America men and so on began coming to
their video counterparts. world to get along with. My Wife stands for in the world today;' the library. soon after that they
Il Is good actress but I believe Chocolate Orange Cake says Theodore C. Strelbert, D- started bringing their husbands.
Gol is still griefstricken over she'll really d her best without rector of USIA. INow the men come by them-
the tragic deathof his young sonlmy presence on the same stage. Three cups sifted cake flour, -- 3. ,selves."
a few weeks ago and Correll is' And s he believes the same about teaspoons baking powder, '/a tea- Miss Thne Is barely five-toot- A couple of weeks ago she
devoting himself to h-blpin his' me." spoon salt, % cup shortening, 1 two and weighs 108 pounds. heard that the chairman of the
own son recover from -- cup sugar, 3 eggs, V cup orange 'That's as long as I can keep Communist Party of Indonesia
-- ,I marm aade'2 tablespoons grated from eatint too much rice," she was coming to Medan on a speak*
the controversial life story se- Casting dancing cuties for Roz orange rind, 1 cup orange juice. gays, "which is very difficult to i ng tour. She knew he would
res on Maryn Monroe in a Russell's comedy. "The Girl Sift flour with baking powder do here where that la the mahinrant and rave agans the Amer
London newspaper ends with the Rush," Producer Fred Brisson and salt. Cream shortening, add food." can technical aid program and
star returning to Tokyo and tell sent down orders: ar gradually, blending together Her coident but modest man- the tractors which ad been
ing Joe DiMaggo a the cheers .. un gh and fluffy. eggs, ner, her neat American clothe given to the Indonesians.
she drew from G.I. s in Korea. "They must a strain mn one at a time, beating well after her solicitude or anyone in d if So she rounded .un the news-
a sweater at nome o the each addition Stir in marmalade faculty, and genuinely friendly paper and magazine editors and
'Yu'v. never heard anything imaslnstion." and orange rind. democratic m a IW peroniflfts took them out where the tractors
like the cheering," she tells Joe. -- meric. far more clearly and MYRTLE THORNE: An earth- were operating.
Add flour alternately with or- really than the books, pictures quake, a whirlwind and a When the Commie speaker
,"Yes, I have," replles Jee. Mario Lanza and his ex-busifess ae jee,mixing well, ending and paphletse which shepawes legend. mentioned the tractors he was
*Donm't let It g to yor head. manager, Sam Weller, have been wi flour. Turn batter Into well. outw :ch h l ignored by the newsmen cover-
They'll bee you as lod as ever meeting to discuss their differ. greased pan 10x5lx% inches. For suc a small gal she car. with a generator to provide cur-! In the event. They had bought
tee. Juat miss the baal once and encesi. vth want to avoid a court rules an awful big load for the rent for film showings, shelves Miss Thorne's first hand demon-
see." hearing ift possible .. aoroe m at o te oven (350 US. here. On the one hand she for books, bunks and cooking jstration that they were doing a
Say is warbling Itn at te .ad ae..rees r.b :3 mBaukete rrost e must combat the subversive and gear. good job for the Indonesians.
JESS BARUKER is no longer Neva Casino at Tahoe: "Just A. wit h Chocolate Frosting, or cut' disnrtive tactics of the Com.- _.e. __ _ __.
singing extra choruses of the Waitin' for Chips That Never cake in squares, top with slice of muni nthis me alrich m
'Let's fcnte. cusan" song. Come In." ice cream and serve with Choeo. land sin eas -rihat
Pals of the Victor Matures 'late Sauce. te wa
who v chewed their naih dur- M AR ILY N MAXWELL'S ex- .musthe a. re the ot-er hand s CEN TR A L T H EA T R E
ing past marital heavals insist pected to wed Jerry Davis but Choeolate Fresting or Sauoe -"sNowher e In all of Inesid .
hat there Is stil a chance of exflame Johnny Fobbs has been (Yield: Fretlg for t Nw e rept'I. ,.Int. i.all SUNDAY SEP. T 12th AT 9:45 A. M
erothy ehanging her mind about visiting her in Vegas. .... It's 1 x 15slaeh cakel or F ex t i th capital city t A A. M.
the divorce. They point out that pure vocal witchcraft by Pe ~y cups chocolate sauce.) Djakarta. iethe. k Commles a,
"she filed onew before. Lee in a new Disney cartoon lea. -t 'r- .h re ; the v mg INDIAN PICTURE
-.tam tkire. "Lady and the Tramp." .The Oe package (1 cup) semi-aweat a IN IAN Pr I CTU
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh;, warbler is the voiceof a young chocolate morsels, 2 tablespoons L Y
whe o~pe watched every dollar, bride, a dog and a Oair of Siamese butter or margarineI 1 eup sifted A, A T T
can now relax. From now on out, cats. confectioners' sugar, 3 to 4 table. HP lso a.re the A I
they will earn more than.a quarter spoons hot 'milk. for frosting, % ductive oil fields of Standard .
of a million between them every cup hot milk, for sauce, 1 teaspoon Vacuum Co.. California-Texas
365 days. Marylyn Thorpe, just as beau. vanilla. Petroleum Co., and the Royal Most Thrilling Love Story With Songs & Dances!
-- tiful and as talented as mama Dutch Shell Co.
Donald OCGonnor's -sprig is out Mary Astor was when she queened In top of double boiler put semi- .
of the hospital and recuperating it on the seseen, admits there's sweet chocolate morsels and but- ner 'ome is Charleston, S.C.
with daddy, at his beach home. a temporary roadblock on her ter. Heat until melted and mix ands is a 1943 graduate of
Donald, by.the way, is collecting career road. Anxious for a, return until smooth. Remove from heat. Wton, DC.' Negro Howard
material again for another stab at tq greasepaint after becoming a For frosting, add milk and sugar .' an Smith College,
his autobiography. He started writ- mama, she told me: alternately, adding enough mik to 0here she received an MA degree
ing it a couple o4f years ago, then make a spreadable consistency.:' zii 4M. /
shelved the idea. "The opinion of some people is Stir in vanilla. For masee. increase The 32-year-old USIA execu- jL5
S eh i-sp- that I appear so 'unusual,' so 'un.il k to % cup. tive has been on the island since
The heilah Connelly who is apt Hollywood, that they think I9'm 1. Originally in charge of the S
to wind up as the next Mrs. Guy not Interested in working; The. __I,, brary, she has been so success-
Madison was once wed to movie truth is I love acting." Living with ful that she has been promoted Insa CM
producer Harry Dauziger. Marylyn and her hubby is her 15. ORCHIDS TO three times and Is now the Pub- 10% Pore IuStat Cl e.
year-old half-brother, Mary's son, .,lic Affairs Officer.
FAED, MaeMURRAY and June Tone del Campo. al a S U A AVhe is probably the most ac- et r l o
Haver have agreed not to work -- te Individual on the island. She better Flavor
together as a co-star team. De. Name of a speedboat used for M -- thinks little of traveling from Cup after Cup!
spite all the Mr. and Mrs. Scripts movie water skiing scenes at I PRESIDENTE SOON Medan to Padang, more than 500
and the big-money offers, they'll Balboa: miles away. In a USIA "mobile
stick to heir guns as solo stars. FANNY DUNKER __unit." That's a truck fitted out ,


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0J full Lbs. o American "Kraft" Cheese.

I coffee aker-- Ibs. of coffee

A se of ladies earri gs.

I case of condensed milk and 450
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5 cartons of the king size Chesterfield.

Portable plastic Cooler and 12 ball point pens.

Table lamp.

Parker bail point Peas.

3 bottles Kings Ransom whiskey
3 bottles House of Lords whiskey.

I ready to eat Ham.

$100.00 letter of credit on a new
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S100.00 letter of credit for your favorite
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500 Kellogg's sugar corn Pips
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3 cases of Beer.

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A letter of credit for 3 bottles of whisky.

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Giles Rules Five-Inning Never Say Die

UGame Won By Dodgers Wins St. -Leger


NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (UP)-Hurricane.Edna
claimed the Milwaukee Braves among its casualties
.early today when National League President War-
* ren Giles resolved one of the circuit's greatest rhu-
barbs in favor of the Brooklyn Dodgers.

DONCASTER, Eng.. Sept. 11 -
(UP, Never Say Die, an Amer-
ican bred colt owned by Robert
S. Clark of New York, today won
the historic St. Leger Stakes with
Elopement second and Estrama-
dur thrid.
Never Say Die, winner of the
Epsom Derby earlier in the year.
won easily by 12 lengths, with

Gin a four-length gap between the
*Giles' ruling, handed down in J. Art Fowler, a former Olant second and third hordes.
a telephone call from Cincinnati armhand, scattered ninr-hits to
to Brooklyn's Ebbets Field, gave ;ive the Redlegs their first vic- Even though the big; powerful
the Dodgers a 2-1 triumph over ,ory of the year at New York colt was not supposed to be at
tile'Braves in last night's base- The Cleveland Indians, mean- his best over soft footing, he had
'ball travesty which was played while, maintained' their 51/ little trouble in romping to an
in a quagmire and ended in corn- game lead in the American easy victory He was favorite at
plete confusion. League by downing the Boston 100 to 30 in the field of 16 three,
S' "After getting all the details Red Sox, 4-2, while the second- year-olds.
d4rom the umpires I rule it a le- place New York Yankees elimi- year
,#al game," Giles said. "The um- anted the Chicago White Sox Elopement closed at 22' to 1,
i. ires waited a sufficient amount from pennant contention with a while Estremadur was' 100 to 6.
of time. The game like any oth- 6-3 triumph. Jockey Charley 8mirke rode
er ame, became iegal." In other American League, Never Say Die for Clark, who
..., e Dodgers left the field at games, rookie Frank Kellert's was on hand when his colt
,,4-42:50 a.m. believing they had single in the ninth inning gave romped home. Clark was in a
*, beaten the Braves in the 4'/2-in- the Baltimore Orioles a 4-3 tri- New York hospital when Never
.,ning "contest" only to have um- umph over the Washington Sen- Say Die won the Derby. It was
pire Larry Goetz announce it ators, and Jim Finigan's two- the first' St. Leger he witnessed
was a suspended game. E. J. run, ninth-inning single carrie d in 25 years.
(Buzzy) Bavasi, vice president of the Philadelphia A's to a 6-5 ,_________.
the Dodgers, immediately an- victory over the Detroit Tigers.
* nounced he would protest "if its Dick Cole's scratch hit in the
ruled anything but a Brooklyn ninth enabled the Pittsburgh PiF- & rZftr rAtrtIs
victory." rates to beat the St. Louis Car- ,By UNITED PRESS
The co .te h d b de- dinals, 3-2, w while the Chicago ... ... .
layed 26 inte because of a Cubs and the Philadelphia Phl-
eze an es eatwichaeo lies were washed out at Philadel- The National Collegiate Golf
f an h. r and five minutes phi. Tournament will start next June
nd 'then for an hour and 51.. 19 at Knoxville, Tennesee. Hill-
.minutes"because of a dow*- 'Ch-es Re ultsi man" Robbins of Memphis State
or preced ing Hurricane d. SS S is current champion...
la into the New York area. The -- .
umplres waited until 12:50 a.m The National Chess Champion- MosesWard of Miamit andBeach
' .Uhe second time and then ter- ship Tournament got off to a Billy Kilgore of Miami Beach
/ minted the, contest. slow start with four Class A and ve sgned to meet inNle Y
SThe Dodgers believed they had one Class B matches last night on Oct. 4. They are midle-
won because they had two run- at the Hotel El Panama. weights...
rners on base.and none out In Vtie Twelve of the best players are ,-, ull Fh'
Sifth nni confusiowhen play wrevailaled edld to meet each other Whnetle MStable's ull Flight'
, ed .but Goet mistakenly reason- once. The highest scorer will be hiOaSd a field O 12iiiI ^the
ed it was a suoenaded game be- the 1e954 champion of the Re-t 000 Discovery Handicap today at
ceuse of Gthles' cgue rule that puncisc of Panama. rqueduect. The New ork race
seys no inning can start after Hlghlights last night in the for three-year-oldx Is over one
m 1:50 am. matches were Clyde "Has-Been" and one-eighth miles...
C' complete confusion prevailed Cumberbatch clipping Grimal-
.is sur almost an hour before Goets to recapture with his king and th General r r anch Rick-es
nd Bavas r contacted cles in latter had won 11straihtin tw ey of the' Pittsburh Pirates
incinnati and the league presi classification rounds will address the 'American
nt ave his rul ng after 35 Joh Evan played like the Chemical society meet In
minutes of deliberation. It rep masters when he captured a New York on Sept. 1. Rickev's
r esented the most importantde-awn with his rkclo cks will subject will be: L uck the
in of Giles' a re-r, nme that rancisco Dennis who was forced residue of design." ew York
,.I sure vto be ge'tated for i'3ar to recapture with his king andand pr
Rntia rding that could cost would be checkmp ted in two Ch.llenger Ezzard Charles
,ha t cooled off the reedhot me concededtrainingssed a pysirogrcal em.a

a b sres w N Charles' co-manageh Tom1
j mners-the Broes, Dodgers or.In other two g ames S today and -romised to harry the
New ,York Giants -- 10.000 In Guerra -won from Dr. 0., Marl- -rght to heavyweight champion
SWrld Sere moyeay., tano-eiS, A,- Miro rew with 0 cOClk, Mr lo whentheY meet
Pise eof theeo lossn the Braves i McKay in M moves. In Clam ], at New York next W-dn*esday
.,.*lnal~uli 9lvlOetLV1i fourtamesAG Sierra beat A. Plotnikoff. night.
SS a j 1e farspa ce lants, The chess clockswill be set to..
theirr 10 me winning.str alam t 8 p.m. Monday Charles was examine&' b y r.
,a~eak xnaped and time running night, when V4.1 J m the lexader Schiff of the New York
,ut. The ctory gave the Do -Jonortie,."Pereet ......Athletic Commission and pro-
".4 renewed hope that they ati A I ny player not there by 8 and nouncedl in good shave. The
,e sn pull out a "miracle pennant"o who0aal "toh complete 40 moves hysiciah found no evidence of
,4 1-e 4the lGants were overjoyed 'n two hours loses by forfeit, hay f~ver which reported both-
It the third-place Dodgers. ered the challenger earlier in his
hed cooled off the redhot m'd- .training program.
wer' -rners just before they en-: I|r L C Tom
"'I ttbig 'series' with New ; -LoqU0 Charles co-manat --.
1 0* grlned ... .. Tannas says the hay fever
.5d his 1t story apparently sprung up when!
f d the year, yielding on- A lm Bwu telthe challenger suffered from a
,a s, Uflrun t6 Joe Adcock slight cold last week.
SIv ninn ho.-ith. _i VI VRMYORK.*B at. in 11 (UP I --

'Adeoek'i homer-his ninth
oat Ebbets Field, establishing a
N.L. record for homers at one
park by a visiting player-
gtve the Braves a 1-4 lead in
,fhe first dining but the Dodg-
era need right back to route
',ew Burdette.
They went ahead, 2-1, in their
hblf, of the first inning, on a
3bble by Pevee lReese., Gil
g~. ple. nd .andy Amo-
S!U time it was raining
l .And, the stage was being set
f.ihuibarb that'll be remem-
bered long after Hirricale Edna
hli:blow nout to sea.
Y allo afternoon game at the
lri' GroundS, the Giants drop-
ped an ,8-2 decision to Cincinna-


IMarcino Changes Style To Show

IF '
Ezzard Charles Something New

Second of five articles
"As t to harry Grayson

-There's a lot to Rocky Marcia.-
go as a fighter which not too ma.-
ny people know about.
:To with, my boy Rocky's
The mmnwho takes the cham-
plonship- away from Rocky w i llI
ave to take a machine gun and
empty it into hima.
Rocky knows what that t i t I e
means. It took him from being a
iguy without any money in his
Brockton neighborhood right to
the top. It means he can have
dinner with the- President and be
somebody real big. It means his
family ain't going to be broke at
any time.
Another thing that makes Rocky
tough t beat is the fact that he
don't like to lose atanything
Sobnhing a lot of people don't
notice is Rocky's ability to change
his style, even in the middle of
a fight. If the other guy begins
to stop what Rocky's doin& my
boy can do -smetblog else anal
bomb ddm 'utM,...

SMOOCH-ck0 malelew
S pn 1ge .e.f* 1

S LEADING BATTERS I As for Marciano, Charles says
(Based on 350 Official at Bats) -"I have no Intention of mak-'
,NATIONAL LEAGU ing a defensive fight. You have R- B G
S ,NATIONnAL LEAGUE to gto Marciano to beat him... il I
and I'll go to him." I at iLnlA 0Uy Ni.

Player and Club AB R H Pet.
nalder, BMlyn. 531 115 185 .348
Mayas, N. Y. 514 106 176 .342
Mustil. S. Lt. 836 112 180 .36
Mueller, N. Y. 563 81 187 .332
Klursewski, Cin. 519 95 170 .328

Player and Club
Avila, Cl.
Noren, N. Y.
*itloso'. Chi.
POx, Chi.
Berr, N. Y.
Goodman, Bos.

AB R H Pet.
512 100 172 .336
398 64 131 .329
523 111 168 .321
58A 101 187 .319
527 78 161 .306
425 63 130 .306


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Make sure it's

in your glass

Writers from each city have
voted relelver Tony Jacobs of -
Rochester the most valuable B
either in the Internatonaf By UNITED PRESS
andi l. s o e nosed out Here is the second in a series
n Lehman of Montreal... of scripts examining the pros-
pects' of Southeastern Confer-
ence football teams. Today: Mis-
RACE OF THE DAY sissip Mississippi Wintry
Oxford, Mississippi Wintry
NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (UP) winds are still several weeks off
The five-year-old "La Corredo- but Mississippi coach Johnny
ra" out-ran three others yester- Vaught shivers every time a new
day In the Nelly Bly Handicap at football forecast comes out. He's
Aqueduct. afraid somebody else will pick
Aqueduct.his football team as "tops."
.ockey Ira Hanford held the Vaught frankly admits he may
bay mare off the pace until the come up with a cracker team but
ball field headed around the he figures too many September
smal Thea Coedo serenade could lead to Decem-
arabbed the lead and held on to ber dirges.
beat 'Guayna' b half a length So lar Mississippi has been
Favored "Sunshine Nell" ran picked in pre-season forecasts
third, two and one half lengths to fitish anywhere ftom third
in front of "Home Made." in th Southeastern Conference
to tops in the nation.
La Corredora needed one min- A wealth of talent, addition of
ute, 45 and fourth-fifth seconds a king-sized tackle and a break
to cover the mile and one 16th. in scheduling all seems to favor
The pay-off Was $5.50 and $3.30 the Rebels.
ith show betttia "out" because But there are some ifs. If
ofwith show allfield Vaught can find a "take charge"
of the small feldquarterback for his split-T of-
-- fese, ift he can fill spots left
vacant by. the departure of All-
FOOTBALL American Crawford Mims at
ATHENS. Georgia. Georgia guard, center Ed Beaty; tackle
coach Wally Butts says his team Henry Linton and backs Harol
will depend more on the split-T Lofton and Pete.Mangum.
this year. Butts says the Bull-I
dogs won't make a complete
change from the straight-T .. I
but that they'll use the split-T
a lot... especially on "short gmai
situations." Butts says quarter-
beck Jimmy harper is a good
split-T quarterback... that be
ought to be a dangerous ball
carrier this year. F T
--- -W 4 I1

AUBURN, Alabama. Au-
burn's first rain Ln weeks helo-
ed the gridiron arts on Dra'ce
Field but did little for the ball-
handlin of coach Ralph Jor-
dan's "X" and '"Y" teams. Fum-
bles similar to the Oeorria
Tech game last year rave
Jordan and staff little to cheer
But Bobby Freeman put on his
usual show of dazzling broken-
field running despite the slip-I
perry turf and he connrmected con-
sistently 'wfth end Jim P'bmrn
and halfback Dave Middleto
wit agm. -

Rocky was going bad for the
first five rounds or so in the see-
ond fight with Roland La Starza.
He was head hunting. La Starza
was making him miss and coun-
tering all right.
I told Rocky to go to the body
more. He went right out and be-
gan to wear the guy down with an
entirely different type o ttack-
ievm 0 me'U s tlf = oflrwelt knocked out La Starza in the 11th.
WeU! after ewat (NEA) Styl and the ablty to change
_..____.~ ~it is the biggest thing in fights.
Styles make fights. I've beenin
ets boxing businessfor 38 years
Gets High that is the number onething
G sI know.
Another champion I managed,
Lew Ambers, bore this out. He
A he _lper defended the lightweigsht ham-
rid t r l ,,onshd against 1 ,eanlry Arm-
rin ix e t strong ani for five omends Arm.
SLs strong knocked my guy around
something terrible.
I pulled Lew off the floor at the
end of the fifth and talked to him.
And the big If-If his play- I told him he was boxing Arm-
ers don't take those preseason strong on the outside and pulling
ratings too seriously and start back. It was bad. .
mentally touring New -Orleans' I had him stood on the stide
French quarter instead of the and work with them, upipreuts.
distance between goal lines. He did it, although he had never
Mims is gone Boggan's back. fought that way. and gave Henry
Rex Reed Boggan, a top perfor- 31 stitches with that new style.
mer in 1950 has returned, tough- You have to come up with the
ened up after two year of Ma- style to top a guy, When I make
rine Corps Football. matches for Rocky, I pick guys
who please his style, make' him
The weight of the huge tackle ook good. That's begh -smart.
is listed anywhere from 220 to Takethis Chales fight e ng
240 pounds but it's enough to u at Yankee Stadim, Sept. 15
bolster the Rebel line.- WEIZard knows he can't set him-
Quarterback looks Uke a battle ready for a certain type of
between uniors Houston Patton fight that Marciano will make.
and Eagle Day Both had plenty Rocky can show him somethinng
of work last year, sharing the new.
spot with Lea Paslay, who rkn In their last fight, I don't think
into scholastic difficulties and Charles expected to see a left
is not back. uppercut. But he got a whole se-
ries of them.
Speedsetr Earl Blair heads a Who else around today can bust
veteran halfback corps, which is you up with a series of left up-
both talented and deep percuts in succession? The answer
Fullback Bobby McCool alrea- is nobody. Fighters ain't that ver-
dy is being rated as one of the satile, as a rule.

too fullbacks in the SEC.
It's a lone time til New Ye
Day and Vaught brushes
those sugar bowl forecasts qul
ly-and simply.
He says "one thing is c
tpin..'. we cpn't start winnnli
losing until Sept. 17."

I heard it over




S1230 Kcs.

rs All the things I just talked a-
off bout all fit in with what most of
ick- you know about my boy Rocky's
style. To begin with,, of course, he
cer has that punch. And watta punch
g or He has endurance like he was an
9 or automobile. He has a chin as
tough as there ever was. He thinks
pretty good in a ring. He knows
where to throw them punches
when he's not doing well and what
to do about it.
There's one other point in Roc-
ky's favor.
He don't ever lose a fight.
SNEXT: ow Al Weill t asaged
Rocky Marciano to tie ohampim-

Sports Bries

The St. Louis Cardinal have
signed high school pltch ber-fet
baseman Don Pray at Buffa,
New York. The 19-year-old Pray
will report to Peoria, Illhoi. of
the Three-Eye-L e a g u e next
Brooklyn has notified relief
pitcher Joe Black and eight
I other minor league pbver to re-
port next spring at Vao Reach,
Flordla. Black, the II MaUOUia
N*JMI U"rookie Of 0 'b"aa


" ~7.1

Teams W L Pet, B
New York 87 52 !2 Z -
Miwaukee 82 55
Cincinnati 67 72
Phladetlpla 65 72 3 2
St LouI 63 76 4N 24
Chcmago 59 81 421
Plitbturgh 49 90 .383
waukee. at Brooklyn-
Cncnnati at New York
at. Louis at Pittabujh
Chicago a Philadeipla (2)
Cincinnati 001 320 020-8 9 1
New York 000 010 000-1 9 1I
bowler (12-8) and Semialck.
ddle (7-4i. Hearn, Spencer,
Corwin, Wilhelm,- Worthington
and Katt.
(Night Game)
Milwaukee I00 00-1 1 1
Brooklyn 200 Ox-2 6 0
Burdette (14-12), Buhl and
Crandall, Loes (12-4) and Cam-
panella. _
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 011 000-2 9 0
Pittsburgh 010 000 011-3 8 0
Lawrence, Brazle, Btaley (7-
12) and Rice. Surkont, Netkl
(4-3) and Atwell.
(NIgh Game)
Chicago at Philadelplhia. (Wet

PhIlade phia

I(Night Game)
O000 101 000-2 8.0
Cleveland 003.1 4 10 1
Solely (5-9) 6)udon
and Whit. and

(Night Game)
Nw YOrk 000 13000-6 8 1
Chicago 00 00 10-1 -3 9'0
,Orti (18-41 and Berra. Trucks
(1-B), Plerce, Mart and Batt*.
Philadelphia 101 20 002-2e 01
Detroit 000 100 301-5 14 1
Bishop, Dixon (6") and Rob-
erton., Zuvernk. H eft, Miller
(0-2) ad Houe-.

Y Was gton 001) 10 1-3 8 0
Baltimore 01_6 M- 092-4 10 1
McDermott (T-14) and Pitz
Gerald. Kretlow (5-10) and

Ft. Kobbe, Tortuguero Series

Deadiked; Finale Tonight
i-Do es, aaddN--esa

Tied a two games apiece, Camp
Tortuguero and Fort Kobbe meet
in the fifth and deciding contest
of the Caribbean Command bes-
ketball playoffs at the Xobbe
gym tonight. Starting time Is
Fort Kobbe tied. up the cham-
pionship series last night in con-
vincing fashion, scoring 32 points
in. the final. priod for a pne-
sided 88-73 victory. Tall Don
Fuchs and high-jumping Mar-
shall Ford paced the Lfeliner
Tortuguero won the first two
games of the playoffs by narrow
margins of 'W-7 and 74-72. but
Kobbe grabbed the third game
84-82 and took last idht's fray
The Lifeflners held only ai f-
53 edge at the end of the third
quarter last night, but Fuchs,
Ford and Ed Nickles started hit-
ting in the final stanza to turn
the affair into a rout.
SFuchs tallied 26 pons *I4n the
contest and grabbed 25 rebounds
to spark the winners, while Ford
accounted for 19- points and 15

Don Pieroma and Ed Nickles at

Haai, f 6 1- 3 5 1.
fnf 6 1- 2 4 11
Ro5, 6 6 2 1
Johnson, 0 0- 1 4 0
Inares, 8 17- 21 23f
i 4 ,0.6 0 1 8
Alderson 0 0. 0 0 0
Bryant / 0 0- 0 2 '0
Totals 24 3- 33 s20 78
McCalen, f 4 6-' 6 8 14
Ford,f 7- 8 2 19
Fuchse 11 4-' 2 26
Ptersma, g 5'jS 5 12
Nickles, g ,5 8 4 15
Mitchell 0 2- 2 0 2
Clapperton 0 0-0 1 0
Edmonson 0 0- 0 0 0
Gates 0 0- 0, 0 0
Tetab 11 35 17 N
Score by quarters:
Camp Tortuguero 17 43 53 73
Fort Kobbe 21 39 56 88

Every man In the starting Field, goals attempted: Camp
lineup hit In the double f Trtguero 79. ort Ro "
for Kobbe, NicklesoIng1
Howle McCallen adding 14, and Rebou : Camp Tortuguer
Domn Plersna pIcking-up 12. Fort e4.
Little Jose Linares again e eferees: Wllinm and Chance.
the loers. Linares dropped in _.
23 points, 17 of them coming
from the free throw. Ken Rob-
bins was second high for Tartu- i
guero with 16 points and played
an exceptional, ame on the

rWKobbe drive in the finalweepng dr
board, grabbing 22 rebounds A- in F or* I h-
wav from taller opponents. -
Tortuguero led at halfime aft- NEW YO1K, Se 11 (UP) -
in the first quarter, but the tir- clinched second place In the In-
ing Turtle t could ast tch theteration Lae last night by
strong Kobbe drive In the final sweeping a doubleheader rom
minutes of play. Buffalo, while Havana, posted
Star Tortuguero guard Willis twin victories over the Rochester

s r games udoubtdly m
Johnson, who played at half ed Wings.
need moat of the way because
of a severe muscle onur h Royael dowsed the iU-
le. failed to score In last nilht's so la b ehind lefty
game. His inability to match his Lehaa to the t am* ai
nuttenduin performances In the tek the neowd game, 16-4,4
first three sames undoubtedly home ns by oee Black, Reele
cha s beelons.

tournament, unless of coursetoo BB the T so edil
Tonight's title game wil prob- Montreal now leds ohester
ably be a close one all the way. by 1 games. The Royals have
The first three tilts were excep- three games remaining on thO
tlonplly even, and only last regular-season schedUle, the Red
night's fracas turned into a run- Wings have two,
,rortkiguero is expected to stick Havana downed Rochester,
with the same startinglnei -gin the complete of a sua-
which has been used throuaho:t ended game J. 0 then
the tournament, unless of course t o o k the r l-sedule d
Johnson Is unable to partIcloate. game. 4-3, behind the fi.ve-bit
Kevin Dugan and Howard Raas pitching of Ken Raffensberg.
will probably start at forwards. The Clhf a thS y mred a
along with captain Ken Robbins half-game aL fSyrme
at center. Jose Linares will be at a thlr biUl for tie fourt
guard wtih either Johnson br an fial plafyef Spo.
Alderson. Chlefs defeated Ottawa. 5-2. In
Fort Kobbe will probably the epemer of a def Mehbea ,
string along with last night's bat the *seend e wasP -
successful starters. Marsha pee beesmT af*t
Ford nd captain Howle MoCal- Toronto's pennant-w inning
len wl ooen at forwards, Dn Maple Leais at lsOd 17 bitt int
Fucha will be at center, and whipping Richmond, 15-2.

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EAANN STATE has a great line aceqsarterbackeSle Io ale Cdh DfUrrnm-t-rA thate wu hilenth Naonaln Aon ra. p 1erai _t hse:xe l a t

toleaditssebid for national recon. LeeesTenna.EoColumbiats err practice takes its toi on theb tion liv lasted hel matter n eal ro a

ln eial Ter aed, with usual manpo owder problem o.he wgreatest.-ansAmoe e. oAll cu bs p tet ColombianW WIter tioe cla
ttado utd e .toescp te mdependa r in end Jim olfooSb ew wcerica ht ti5to rran a N hi.vLeague, it w as done so with he a actaotract

lade nU t u a.. dy h e ,dl et e e t fae c plet. Bt ...r...stackler f ly DGrierand HaeRVARD, WeICs a o ni oIa l -w-A n e tamle ne tan frayrm. scle dpree ts oal.. or id orkoutseat n

uvthe nfwit s tem, ooe fsn thwofai passas t haa done lay ntHASn FIN obmored NSSSSrcu: Noetr lhuee banv od the na. Oauber's ll wfer nocps,.ormer xlm, thencalengh cham- ne ex wanatior am th erfunds hiotea. trovesa., l.
e .er.. a-e. "-tnd dcel ; hem hae woorstsdnery .d 9an yd e Moores e ad pion fer Maxre. au aa rl aue m ue p o sM umdet In dir .ha Col
Si d t e quarterback theas L to a an F ba _o uImuathenterintoan agreed m the Natito Ar .l uri
rednbr doi led wend hn inh d o nhehyuch asi the enh contracitan tesame wi th ealrs'wae
Sfor teth i usi o departed. ae .stbs&toso I mnto ens r nd the aa es h b p la s ith im ed .m Miee rc we b ..aspls
deh1 eoO hpe int Pt i etuesdr ht u1hrcture with arzebuildin Job aondD I h "oee re qd a eA. t Atm r I lat beweeu 1th .w inof
neurrafalur Wo tcree loa hdedwit hlausn a-lt hdow n Dti. lar. K a e d an hIiG intlea"oue dlhA o c Ialare tete ansk wI 10 i per t

eor- t .. an y hasE a reverse situation. a Rno wsytemothat't phitl tO mes h n u en. I said, "Cooii u bat, nate mi .R
PePhd ~beeroon thenhatd antr s ~ ah enrncKe gav iga ad n ur n rr loadedwitho r as setswlXardM a SGdUi 5 1ri l I ay hn dat e dm intention to dateon reral stplat-
He on hfogellCai Neate Dagera ha ould h h omothisyeasTInotietattheNionlThtwh the nae r rporhmthenn cheJ chm seewh Ampl cvr l1esto1 he
wtaatbe halogacrs ttht bwe thabad knee. The linelli emrantion 230ondrau7orran Moor tIse y read. otiht the fore, tbts il dltub the onir^t
sL w a PACi wCOSMOPOLITANA sociathion cannot be resp a onsibe ame datlo and siue enbl

ucpedy for the Yankeea s, in.nher tam wa oata, then pnar tl r ee by t ee le thlx oe d cepo bn t caB tan 2 ames ,from wa next Wednesday ntght dd New oBSla Aerun to unradteeoef present f the lelir ,
lh. beta l rtersee d ed. hr br 1opl o o outhe only remaining starter. g u ardor ackle. Ho ly ros hec f or the vn an

isrdepleted, withoendbRonrBeagle hewo lyler, -MIrer LEAGUoe fu plafill ar n onteract rtavese ngtexense one Ijui I ug
Pitt faces the usual ru ged ost udt question marlk and is be. By UNITED PRESS obligation or any other matter i msr spao Wme

ni epea..nset hope when...he, too- .e wee .E s ,-.g, "playrw goe.to.. 499 byC Ots Boue tnd hehc date. w- ,,
Losi ge last ame while the .ae-ser_ dedbb wate _3I i Ieseon ll ePranke were tops eaipl gplayler mhasgseds.to
Thetra, ts quality of thp were baseball feud schee, but anhandlets Alleys 5 and nd the Ter built a myth around MarcinTo, x/an Pi bullm tin are ree ons .ov-
subty eLned s to escae the moreserag eye.v the up frot with rugged tackle .to University, featuring Joe Tr no lames from the rUeh shattor it b knocking er lu tueom w ahnd o ravsou l ea
,usina four pitchers, four exsortsbt wtps and Luthrt lee.ldritt_, Lule bieg.heBill (p it h Co s tryin torae.out Nooveme fut fromaw-. Chtep c ht oa te wealo

amone others It ao happened fans' pas dthanted pla- L C s scores Regind theitesl0fd bou between P aul sdr egtadplayer a dhoul hepes s fo le
ent pDodt e tetorv h ditnwSyracuse e loust the bulk' of the ased a bit Coffey knocked former ligha t heavywei ght chain- In explanation of the funds I
tprimeoug1953thantst aturedichum-ocrewthatpyttwoYrest seasonNs off a very o619 seriesuand plon Joey Maxim, each wpidtr league must post ng

orleLwold be a aere 39WYOKa1 tut M eAlbrttend 1 wee June. $t.otionaleAsociatiorto g F.
Did Fat Fmere of Hait dt minations bre as ndwell di- on, led by ciao, is fullback Guy exp togethe On alleys7an 8 the Br- s DIEGO, Cali-Unbetnd dates goveriag winter ball istAs I-
molaty, w thone aernceof Bob Poh erseld oin te t. ein te aerwill game. makes Colgat ts tooke dan3 re rdes rothhonorsn hvywet rle Powell cs Third-ranked Andrewearnedantee fulfillment of contract
dle the 197 season? On the contrary. Fat Freddie fain prticular-beo the bell ras Bates' 53 and Marge Hicks 460 hs of New York at Oakland We eaest request te co Three outatdn
nec-rorudwings ela".rounds at Ythee Stadium, Sept. Joe nad Kay Filebark's 55 and ickeysughes in 5-second. ofhe sec. "Not one dollar of NatnalAe r'sst t
totojor i tweBnh a ead twhsooorsao.6 refo p l r hi ugesro inter alege r
ver hlnce Harris wta fired for toln v te at tackle and Jim Van pr8n at Frank ReAnthe Woodchuc;1. d ed offtt e hileger hitis the first time elation funds Is used ienta gdh
next to lat dgy of the season in 1948, he hek been ntohit to Th.re t every reason to susr thes.ras-nrfr naoebru.p rattwnte
dolhtmWallDameieDdtrweehdoaitVAEN.TA eT'se team standings are Maxims 1- then challenge cha- service fee wher amply co
beat him galloping Across the bridge. alEHanIs d nd t11 bT e 1 and 573 by Bob Hud- pion chie Moore. all administrative expenses m

e Of couro pa ,it there are always exception th and the l enmity C ohen glows: nd anid di oT e ym d) .inha dtie l ae r ch clud
ucky Harrieeholds for the Yankees .In.creer AondM.Ow the Ow entt a, he chput WO -No. t (Lun, (3-t. heavyweight -division the bfive onleaguestl hasn ne aona sh
WeirIn partcular. rmaybeai n authentadic exeoepso I A l B bre dAlleys 3ando foundethetHell-. zard Charles says he will prove posit In the National Associat

hone b writal tee w ha m to te e a t to ca taking 2 games from t he next Wednesday night In New offic totlee
t e b l wr rthe eet feloat with a to l Pnthers: Ed Schier's 514 and York that champion Rocky Mar- ilmen of its obligation aT mer
an is the e avei threat tbe lwte. --e oo e ahe et an Ellen ShIer's 417 high forhe no isn't the "superman" folks as our players are concerned.
Yankee enlst hopes when they took the weekend eOrH er, mur2-the8141e499dby U's 1sbeenhrnkh

he Losing t lastrae while the pact-setting h 1101 MWeore eewo. 49 (rtus) os-e alnlhDes, ea. he ase
winning over the White iSM presumably more fombe-OP. 358 by (sAie ) -.Frane weeoersn obrec tion o atera
Ssitihon, the ..ule ou e th..e no ~ 0rrepnttee the Tlu-explains: "They have Epeclib ostressc'r a
ItCaneStetngelffles outenllnthe topsring do ne Ro chrb r e sgnawing2Iogamesdfrom theA nd I'll shatter It by knocking cl bog the signing orelAssoietloe

amon, o.therws .t, sohappend h we h, Lucky Five.- Bill (SP) 1 Coffey's himout for the title." Charles layers l for winter leag e ball, te
-usin oi the rt ops ndthre l l 619 and Regina Schmidt's460ads: I just didn't take Ad-length of the winter leagues

wal"nt going to saetvei t, even though winning the game couldw.. ...o. Ta .eoo, o e o..'"Jta tde ton a e and pnss i t
wthobWaggoner'sG89Yhe Sad:nemt whrt.Bth n n,,he o-.. d dme last paid Amers ican players oplai

on hly ooan theattheSenatorsinse thead horfbdeoingheSM ..-ematros soW- to mir'5 for ledtbant tonest ofrl countpdrey.o
Sof first place, would rbe a mere 359. rW OK 1 tute Myrtle AlbriTttef's l 413twereJungof olfeao s in b r edueB t
A a measure of Harris'determination, AsewellasIl as t iocky Marcinoi freulysxpet hihafor Lys Fivnte.a-goiCwedinrenonae gov .t .in orwntser.

On called w anod ettheat PageAhalEGO, Calf.l- t nt-iandl l leate guovening winter baln
moaty, was the appearance of Bob Porterfield In relief. it was aedIn thee uters, will "dMa cats took 3 big games froethe en heavyweight Charley Powell clubs and leagues.

the first time Harris had c allied on o his toop ipher to save A rballrvo'y eehoo- btdard Charlst lnWoodchucks.cu!y has signed to meet ChareyNor-"Wearnsly eto the
ame e all seasloo.Ite s rl Tersmon ar ilbefore the bell rsa 9 and Mage Hick's 460 us of Nw York at Oakland, rat t di
dfor the 1th of the schedu d o15o o theerion fa conin
roundaneeoiKtwSe hap tdionay Filebark's 55andblowing the procedures conta
r sc Hri ws ie ong theenn te t respectively were high for Powell who hails from San in the regulations, especially te
Enex sino l oHasiday theason infr los ohe hantantheb tyir t There Is every reason tosus- thei Wodchucks. Diego,"ormerlyl,0e en. fowihers "To taher mcotammctn

nextto clastdayoftheosem nIMe h as t heCFalcpineeeuttrycmm toThrhe Niing ostans folosed.
der&4ltol Yankee champions express. This m be, the year pctthis.e team standings are As fl-uint

vhee ue tha The uatonI eeshaly CounL e. s, nt I alegotthrou the 6th ale frowinter league club including
ebut Wel a te deth l ith e a e lsout, and three i'diae nt i d As A_ o r &AOtnanager, stha. eit r dirse y
'The Y ae11-9t wit I lesp dersd with two t iover June. The cirs ma Nat pt two Au in clv. Next 4le wk clear Ulaim -indirectly contact any Ntio

Weld W b O and dI dy, egaept that at Just Writte for NBA Sevice to the throne by otapearing an ed piayfers n a the lat stages of u -
ab*tr tMaws W w mla the job UIs satiated J sin ow races.
aLMd aaTigtM Mwas a post that of- QUMTION: What is meant by York .in '. "i mted winter leas
tened a ture and mon mftur fwa enas that the ferge" 01 rgll begin At' meaon earlier
to the mrefight blk s ied) leg eb AmwereS y2 1 sr Pttsrght in 'K, and Charleses. he astal 'a end Its. ses late
ti mteoOquewt .m b n bed lledt.._ I t PulahIanphI In W It was Mar. Fn1111IbrUre . incudin l
turn" it down. I I a *deo b btedtoeo seoktowin It back in
p irlovse df ic ialp toe *Wls ay Zy (" lt -he c aoue tn saseMar-. ad**|.
th a5 a U- gt hr Sm mm6 ww ao.a. &. Ntot tf- a Col. d a- a you -in g -rip ... ul 15 which oes
l-l- 9!!kgtibr seearSL rem e-_ m nmov Charle has earaad s a. Ntmue agCo tld vr- has you" its e cc

I /-a= "80, iJmiJ Iamsop I a n M er w Charles, why eda't heRocky I ak-- It sevhIaI .- eemDSeam -:9 P
'A ie 1, a- h S@flmal emt Marciano? _d 0lturnia, wi
i srltslaaatherm. After that w ll talk at the M S p i ?tI
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Gen. Christian de Castries, hero "Let the people know the truth and the country i safe" Abrahlm in codn. am tmi I tars'. ore ro
of Dien Blen Phu who after his I w.#,belT odlatrtlon sources Mar eb'ald a ht
nit hailed b them as independent i TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA,. P., SATURDAY, SEPTESBW 11, IBM1 FIVE CENrr _WW 'Wfl fly to London, in h Y Ci Ct y r e s'thde r
tionalists, came home unherald- etue o to i' -
eand unwelcomed yesterday. d -l l; o apltail .
He traveled as 'M. De La .of aboit two i
C'roix" wore a rumpled gray suit, j "th p
and clapped dark glasses on his I cCrTh V inne T tl u-or a lO fn .:elSG
irawk nose after one startled look I W nt Is V d f .tan n.-
ftbm the door of the commercial that Mur-
airliner. . ha t 0 plan u . . ,-
The arrival of the man who Ill d I M G r
.'hld a Communist siene army h I Sv the
at bay or days In the bing O LJS .C S -l ga ly the a Armunmy A.s-
etbattle 1 thendochina war
As pecret that not even his i-i
afe wias at Orly Airport to 6"ntQ t n the mst critical Sray suo men ; G
S "r a th fl A litt WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 -(UP) committee told MCCarthy he had committee may have passed out MeC he received the AS, is t tn lrAcer-a
..8he .. t ,i ^ t --Sen. Jose h R. McCarthy testi. raised a "very Interesting and of existence because of Hoyden's FT DOU ,,..O. -" ai. a.Sri-t4aSP
-ite ag nd they hhrrbedmawayhtoat Sooked"intoIn M u I em London( G_)..
,* rd t her ni a in a fled today at a Seae elections important point in questioning action. He said the only invitation may e I Gaop r
e i th Ga ri Dioi re- subcommittee which in estimated the validity of a Senate elections to testify he received from the y NAy ra HS. etak, t r-ood-
Loisi w' his finances and other activities subcommittee that looked into r es committee was dates one wasr It d4 mt .et i general for Gertie Arm.lt lna 5t.Eta
pressing the Parismiltry go. in 1951-52 sent *a vast amount hi finances and other activities da after Hayden appointed him- any~S in e yAm. po 0 and econo' manual. a -n 41 "l ght." Un- Iabtgeaf
our., hourn^ after De Castreis' of money illegally some two years ago. pe to the subcommittee on Nov. The % pae "letter" actually ,. ...,r r y oefficslly, -. Ia.ca ed the tt tank
,,..He made the charge as the re. ft Is M of mte wary ,,
announced arrival, the Defense He mad the cge as the re- Wtkins said the comm i t t e e 20, 1952. is aq excerp of a 15-page.ie is "Wa .the late s a.Mebp -me to them
Mnstry issued a stmut -turned to the witness stand for his would consult Senate parliament- cCarthy asked H ad en by secret document sent to the ie com dgth Army sm
nls u s me second day of cross-examination arian Charles L. Watkins or his what rule he mpde himself a by the FBI. It deals with n Kd. e, .wSlton Walk- Ditestk B ove em
n icial" visit, that he himself by the special six-man Senate as tant for an opinion. McCarthy member of the investigate body ons at the Ft. Moamouth, J l A. er. them, tey'r
u.kd tl trIv in ito hnd e committee investigating censure hd proposed that course. without the approval of co -radar e.abor ry and B e Act she' not ve ligh at.
wod d.. retur scioi t toc t.harges against him. The six-man censure committee leagues. ruled ring the Army-Me tr I us t N sma either T? QerUe ea iimb a 60.
t ohin to clean up t ai so ranted McCarthy's request "Why, just the plain rule of hearing it could not be ai tide w& a l dm about 1feetand Iit's S- .crunch
Seomrn d p n. One of the five formal char- that t study the so-called "FBI common sense," Hayden replied. public. pn as h l8n",f tt a, lrth down the
rae's comm ian or as before the committee Is that letter" in connection with charge. He said the subcommittee had proI ds. t hsth- Th ir W r Buldo
S caer n t. i t 'McCarthy showed contempt lor e .that the document is "sur. three election contests pending nteat perports to he is the mo the S t 'r T E
lal det ehild sU dely r at the electis ubcmmitte. us" and hat McCarthy obtained and needed a majority Ia order to show FB warned the A re rn o Re onpny of t.e the han One
.& defeat chiled oy sui Lo r.aready U o rn u pu eto Dimy o... .
ter be was freed a week go at it improperly. function. aut ris ah t aortd te by h Di An Army organized rubber- d
ebe ws f teed cla weea a Earlier this week McCarthy The McCarthy victories came as The censure committee held two Is'NM sathe AEt If11 by 6M. dthat raie reto e d
.te end o the Indochina challen ed the legality of the sub- the Wisconsin Republican wound closedd-door sessions before t- ranta mya thenf den is Utah, Idaho, Monte the tank tw own
w qzebange. 1lt". plan to leld "" 1' a "'
Afrlhis arrival in Hanoi, a comitee. "up his formal defense and sub- ing McCarthy's reque t that a in d to hold t I cg lenut an- a d rvot.
flurry tfheavily censored cables mitted to cross-examination on ly examine the "FBI letter r," thoe M the M Pa. GertleIsthe only light tank now The lo 76-llimeer
S quoted.hn.aa saying she was con Today, Guy D. de Furia, asso- the five general charges against which figured prominently in the Army't tos a h, er ea hng aS ln"Td te thel9th Recon Comr oannontge several
S ced the" Vietm movement fate counsel of the censure com- him. Army-McCarthy hearings l st The aumre committee's dsecl- nftSy,_ Wst p y. But when the members of miles, I moon .a-mrchanlm
Indochinawaparked read from a Dec 6 1951 There were these other major m sriln. slon to's it in its record bore talked-about th outfit along with other divi- at rprenta A large partof the
ali,_ *- "It seemed to me r from McCarth. to Sen. Guy developments: n olarthy said the docu me n t not. so much on McCarthys sp mipceon in the Na rioanal untae went on summer man- Hu .aot of ths mos modem
it reta e their i ndep e nd .Glett (D-Ia.), then chairman Sn. Edwin C. Johnson (D-Co- shows the Army was guilty of session the "letter" as on the euves at a fornia's Hunter-Lig. of I. S. tanb.
V ft h ri en of the subcommittee. McCarthy lo.) charged McCarthy with ha- "gross neglect" in hand sub- charge y Sen. Wa ne More Tre atytry reervaton, they had
W he down from the had written: "When your elections Ing made "scurrilous" attacks on versives and that he was ri t in (Ind.-Ore) that the document was Tshas been 12 Walkert to rain with. A gyrosopc aol iraculous-
Air France 'pl toda a cordon subcommittee spends tens of thou- the Democratic Party but prom- accepting it from a.i inormant "apurs." atandlng by while European di- A ride in the M-41 is really 1y an k the rc l pond at
A ralncl th detee shield- sands of tAxpayers' dollars for the Ised- him, as a committee mem- and producing it at the Army-Mc. The document which cCarty something. You wouldn't believe a given target, rdless of the
.p ..nco o. .. sole purple of di ing up cam- ber, that he would deal "fairly Carthy investigation. produce at the Army Carsy whatthls armor-plated Cadillac- manipulatbo g of te
SThe arrival was in sha n. Palgn material agnst MeCarthy, and fearlessly" with the censure The committee agreed to hearings bore FBI D tor J L i a made by the Caduslac divsion tank body.
S tothat ofLt. Gne de n the committee is guilty of charges place the "letter" n its record, Edgar Hoover's name. Bt-the of Geel oor an and Either the gunner or the
I. aS -Terraube, the "Angel of stl~n; * ~ under questioning McCarthy but Watkins announced, afer Justice Department satid hoover do. commander ca aam the pow
iD len.Phu," who was hailed Th a .correct quotation," testified he accused wicker of c~aun Atty. Gen. Herbert never had signed such a letter or G.ertle'smaintenance and opera- comn the range and oaer
St.ndjeds of newsmen and po McCarthy said after de F u r a "not telln the truth" at a ecretBrownell, at not document. Grl 5 BTs 17 tion comes under the immediate fatora shoot the
Swife finally arrived De Fia asked iMcCarthy had partly because his testimony was reported it still contains securid- r which columnist Walter .The bih rate In the Can ne of Henry G. Price, motor trans. trt in either t and ele-
they reetd each other n te ny evidence to support state- contradicted by accused Commu- ty Information and must be kept nche said a whitee male t ab last hen rotation officer for the Army' ate or
ty oun r then set otf-with events in his letter. nist Maj. Irving Peress. Inviolate. illan" handed him uOring the Ar- a a st a tahi Military District A .ms eall neoeaun canm
I e ,th en setoff-w ithos p tafl. reported? r 27
a po escort-foro a -es. McCarthy replied that evidence The committee interrupted Me. my-McCarthy sessions. Winchell t inthe. eek endingaind Price a fOedner capin in the be red fro te me control
suppo n his statements w as Carthy's cross-exami n a tfo n to McCarthy's attor ,safid he said !h could not further identify night Mondgy. This was one famed 6d Armored Diision, sltd mhIsId
elections asbo mittlea He said Ariz.), chairman of the Sepate the committee's decision. becala During his cross. xar otormifat, nd wk for eva tie n Europe is orld War II-. 'y supp l with tp irs. and
l' IJMl ---the a--bcomti fttee Inv.tiga t o n Rules CommIttee in 1951-52. A "our whole purpose" was to have McCarth.L was questi yed by asa vese wer but hie wies t, had. maUer we ., such as carBnes
Sfore. was a senator and spent known as an election subcomm t- Sen. Johnson, a .McCarthy tr- DeFuria aou t his alleged "''a' births ,u f- n- brush-covered rie range at RId in r is nos
Money on photogaps of his cor- tee, investlgated'McCarthy's fin- get since the hearings began, told buse" of Zwicker during McCar- b i. auled fm patient Douglas, on the foothills just east it's as as one
.i resppndencewlt"1 bank. aces and other activities. fhe Wisconsin Rep public an he thy's investigation of the socalled the n Ho folowingof Salt Lake City, Sgt. Bennett expect. And. tear er
D urtried to cuthim off One of the five charges against would "do justice fairly fear- "Pere euae.' t fai n the Zone Twitchell of Albany, Ore., was m el omvey
N a tIIN fbut McCarthy insisted, "Let me MeCarthy is that he was in con- lessly" in the censure hear ig. McCarthy said he did not think Tlem w ire *a admte. the controls. ustfree, p.hen te
-- I W finish, let me flAish." tempt of the Senate when he fail- Johnsoa denounced X0Cr thy 7 s treatment of in *Ir s amount-' and 1-S t di Twitchel, a veteran of 12ye batcheae co and oe on
.ANSVLLE, Algeria. ,. ed dto appear before the elections for "sewuriipus" Tolitild to "criitleimn." He d t was wee a death. eL te' of Army service in two wars is conad ru.er
S.11-U) Violent new "The answer has been produ- subcommittee during its inquiry. es against re Democratti .o more in the Mhi of ts to get with cauS f doa a tank driver and maintenance A.-A-, la te ove5d is
cr through the ruins e''. by the Jcommittee n its McCarthy has taken the peosl It was agapst the backgr4.du thim to answer. nesto" about lphritsa g .ertfor the pastseven years, took corretpondrnt th wold
t police an. r, McCarthy said. tion he could not have been in these Lincom Day saIpeche the honorable dmcharge granted atelecta at easy along the paved road from be Ide faM rae in i.n Ci.
a record 61ha te w honretIt dmtes sAYh fe-e
r ha a record he te if the subco ittee son said thathe told the Dever Peress, who refused to say ithe f' st" the Ft. Douglas aoto, pool park- ty's s.ssour tra -wn he
akei ntee spent?" de Furn ask- was n a duly authorized, I*- Post last March 12 that Dlo- as a Red. w- ee b M of t c 1i lot tt pratcerangea wansto et
'll -.operating committee. He cratic leaders "loathed" Mi r "Don't you call it criticism," den wer born to paret of S.
Sd Haydein's authority thy.t DeFuria asked "tha say *You aer tA e an
AG S, "'No,"McCarthy replied. toppthimself, as he did, to It would be strange indeed If, not fit to wear'that rm, gen- il
m weity. At*. "You could have gotten it?" 0ll a vacancy on the subcom- following a series of such bitter eral?" P om" parents
S mlns "ward t a- 'I doubt it. i A*ttee without approval of the and vicious attacks, they did not McCarthy's anwer was lost in wae: and M s.
ats'who ived that their parent rules committee. loathe you," Johnson said in a a committee wra over the ac-. L r* r.
r terry asnotyet over. Did you have any evidence McCarthy argued that the sub-letter to McCarthy. uracy of DeFu aqttion. mln of Fort N an
tPole f n ae e W St tahe numo- that it was spendingte ns of thou. Mrs. and Lrs. Ro s oaoer ofa;
bv of dead wald -certainly m-ih sands of dollars legallyy" Mrs. and Mrs, ad s Sler of.
t 100 mark. Alredm tboe 'It was spending a vast amount -Fort Robbe Mr. and ra. W. R.
ai been at runs of money illegally, MC a r t hy t e of Amador; t. Mrs.
.rleanvlle ani the attended said "I don't know the exact fig- .rs.E5.oOr JU ofrtPitbbe; and
-4 s al villages of the Chell ure." r ob;and and Xr. -F..
S and The censure committee, ailm- oldeaof Per andma Cit y
and fatigue, e to wd the two-week v- Dau er were rSerf t the fol-
a- col bearg b te aloe was ex- lowingarent U.S.
td s tMr. an Mrs. IL D. Cromwell, of
:th -b-r tma-foy a srmr _chn t Cocoll; Mr. and Mrs. P. Jenings
eth. -McCarthy's Senao of Rodman; 8gt. and Mrs. Her-
was no further loss of nasaubemna Itte; e man Jacobson, of Albrook- Maj

4m. thea nd Mrs. I. -. ]nd o
v.lie. .yoae is living In tent c.i Jau. m .a m a e of Me- '"n and Mrs R.-T. ;ean oJT FKor.
the a ,ners-l rig -Ge. R.-A .. .. w dol, of Blbon; Mr. a Mrs.
sque Is the only buildlag Zwicker, former eemnanunt at R. A. Rudolf, of PPaama city:
oI" L enr v mor. Itt Camp Elmer, N.J., and retired 8. and Mrs. B. Carre, o -
-ed the dl. Maj. Gen. Ithe B. Lawton, for- nama City- M. and Mrs. W. A.
bt it wl have to be puled er emmandant at ert Mon- Camp, of damboa- 5g. and Mrs.
dv billy, math, N.J. Joaguin Colon, oi Fort Kobbe;
o, doctors worked fe- Cr.oand Mrs. Ja M. P amber o
I v to Save the lives of 400 McCarthy yesterday won a Cristobal; Mr. and ris. J. D.
a m entt; Mr. West, ofPa
ibred earthquake vl- ,O, .to. have hiscontdgverall Rogers of PanamA City; Mr.
L. t "them is a wmman, "JI letter" pnt l evidence at Mr. and Mrs. a. T. Wees, o a
rnams City; Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
o elhld a'ter her _U~ton nlleed the l yof Thompsone of Loeona; Mr. and
o eil in the catatro. Charinm Arth at r V. Watkins man . I s e lt A di
f(R-Utah) a the Senate censure of Balboa. a105lad eamevaetins t Pla .wlt p
_y-the per be_, o the build. Babies born to prets of Pant asw h
thfie ler towa wee de- madina citizens were: Mr. and
thi so biatd l s heedim" theyMrs. C. H. Fran-la of Pansaul,
'(obh .m pW Ed en Cartisno ar daughter; Mr. and Mrs. W. '.
[er w~am sad ead Mr. and Mrs. W. e Kent, of
e1e11 n to fantd For DC World THE U. S. QUARTERBOAT La Valley leasing Miraflras o0k for the sea on its- st voTae in reported at Colon o dutI
heat sauthorti D eaeSt-. There were i*
eto e da p as BRUBW LS, Belgium, Sept. 11 pe nts
they were wa and four-capital western defense PlI';I.L Lbi d M; g-- E I.i L and Mrs. Alfoss 8~, 4al es,
o_ W slabs. All those junket today with a warning he rt _. l /f1~ l rifMINIFJIII J, gfrCr, Coll oUn. A
h'y late In the day carrisno complete solution" to -WWW ineric Babies brn to parents M A-
Uss1gmave.s the' vacuum left by E. D. C's merica n


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was flwOfffw London t complete its -.. a Transt o a aMr
aa Boelgium, Holland, and Luxem-Mes C oso.

Insad aer move Ao n to Bonn, Rome asrI voyage through Canal waters. of the vessel as of Mr.
do deee p "the- wier e w ondhAa trS .t drt; Mr. an
gs and water sn om / loaP o Cas,'ae nV r .ate Mrs. w,.aeS 5rs. i eta eiddw ltli
It was the U S. quarterbt A. Mr. and Ms
peas," had be= At London he told newsmen he.dLaeValleywhich has arecord ogA 11 N comaKy awe.ddi o
4re1np-it st .obete solutio" to over 65 years of service. Built b2t taj grw1Y
t-rakdowmn of allied plans N7 VainRenfrew, ScotlN, lf-of .M"
We&zlbi-manrearmament the French Canal company, itA ,ANNU oaMr ( .m-
w i~ava aov~Pty under the Ku-Fwas one of the many fl o a & I L A ItsGh bomm to ipfUCr
"Aa-io. wU a aIn DoeSe CommU t. ,Thecraft transferred the usiV. wG o %.Kv
Ilbyeetd Te La Valley was mld a few a o
M I to 4do baVelsome dGeal" E-.weeks ago on bid to Autos Else- Mram
daI *intention ki to put, mann, of Panama City, a4 t d b y eI''a. t t or
a t. 6 o fnat h-re d # D i 2.. .
os to the outer Ms bsw l -
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