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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: AA00010883:00505
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BUCKING WINDS Fisheren buck winds of gale force as they struggle to tie up trawlers
at poston Pib Pier before the arrival of Hurricane Edna. Although main body of the storm
paM dover ape Cod before splng In two to the East of Boston. the city's harbor was but-
feted by high wind. .

Navy Free Travel

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Maine Spins Political Top

As Democrats, GOPBothWin
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US Policy To Keep

Reds Guessinmg

Regarding Quernoy

-.American officials said today
that Nationalist China's hard-
hitting defense of battered Que-
moy seems to have "deterred"
Red.China from any Immediate
attempt totake the outpost.
They doubted, however that
the Reds have abandonedhope
of eventually e g the tiny
land a few miles off the Chi-
nese mainland.
State and deftna dept-
meat offilate, mmwiale.
parrled all estions o what
the United tates weuld be
willn to do to help the Na-
tionfid force hold emQM .
Secretary of sate John IPoter
Dulles mde It clear the Unit-
ed States want to keep the
Chinese Neds g'eaing.
Officials pointed to. declnng
Communist ativity opposite
Quemoy as a sign that the Reds
have been at least temporarily
diusouraged from launchiW an
These experts said the Red
fleet of Junks which had been
massed in the area has taken a
havtW l ManndiIR from the O Xa-

of the mainland. He mid the
Natleaalit leader feels that,.
with U.S. air aan naval sup-
port be fcan liberate and not-
y all of China.
A reporter pointed out that
President Eisenhower has re-
moved part of the "neutraliza-
tion" order under which the 7th
Fleet would prevent a National-
ist Invasion of Communist ter-
But Smith said Chiang "would
not dare attack the mainland
unless we ive him the green
The senator emphasized that
he would limit American sup-
port in the defense of Quemoy
to naval and air power. He said
he would "'ever commit our
round tforce to defend those is-
lan, FormOaa or any other
place I' theFA r Eait."
. Sth .B* a the UMited States
does ot feel that Chlang would
be ale to carry out a Sn resfnul

500 More

Kids In

CZ Schools

As the first working day of
school came to an end yester-
day, officials of the U. S. schools
in the Canal Zone noted there
has been an increase of 500
children over last year's enrh
Out of several thousand
school children who .trooped
back to school, for the new
term, the heaviest enrolment
was reported to be in, the sec-
ond and seventh grades.
The only noticeable drop was
in kindergarten registrations
which fell from 617 on the
opening day last year to 507
this year.
Many classrooms in the U.
S. schools of the Canal Zone
were reported to be over.
flowing with pupils yester.
Another record first-day en-
rolment was reported by school
officials this year. There were
3,902 children enrolled in the
frst six grades, and 1,811 en-
roled in grades 7-to 12. These
figures considerably exceeded
those of the previous year when
first day enrolments were 3.808
for the first six grades and 1,-
692 for gades 7 to 12.
Several Pacific side schools
were visited yesterday by act-i
,ing Governor H. O.,Pason andj
Lho aer, superintendent of
o0laK to obaeve conditions
[fnnurtka 4the reaoUrd enraOlmbfl

Merger Of -NFFEI

With AFL Union

Is Suggested

The armed forces on the Canal Zone can reco
both CIO local 900 and newly-formed CIO local
simultaneously as bargaining agents for local rate ci
workers, a Quarry Heights spokesman said today.
As the two locals mounted hard-contested men
ship drives, the Armed Forces disclosed a policy v
did away with the prospect of either local gaining rec
tion as sole bargaining representative for local
Meanwhile, as the local-rate union movement a
Zone split wide, twp major US-rate unions moved to.
closer together. The American Federation of Govern
Employes (AFGE) and the National Federation of f,
Employes (NFFE) were holding unification talks in J
The following Department of 'urthermoe, employmi
the Army policy on employee or- any workers will not be
ganizatipns, such as unions, was gent upon their member
stated by a Caribbean Command any organisation, be
spokesmAn to apply in generalbehip in employ
to all forces oa the Isthmus: tion eintt
it lat atDehe
%W%*VnA .M .*,

iatauncin Bougu.
Deta of how the pc will
be A in 6peraticn will be
announced later via official
notice but It was undarsto2d
that the agreement Is b aaly
the saMe as pliy used tawo
years a, when a required
termwlation of employment trav-
el bill was ln effect.
The agreement allows free
-round-trip vacation travel at
government expense to_ N a v y
civilian employee and their de-
pendents, provided they have
completed a required period of
satiactorya service, and sign a
new .two.year employment a-,
eement before departing on
T' agreement Is only ap-
ftUable for trarvoL to the em-
ploe's place of recruitment and
excludes shipment of house* ld
Most travel will be arZhged
via Mwlitry Sea Transpottatlon
Service vesels.

R1ng Saucer Man

ed bM., Caims

?ARIS. mrce .Sep. 14 (UP)
--f you see a lying saucer, do
n t people In
At least that's Mwhat Antoln
Mmsaud. a farmer In the Bugea-j
region of the CorroaS Depart-
mint reported tdday.

When Masaud was returning
from his fields he said an un-
known man f normal height
wearing helfnet. The saucer
man abhook his hand and kised
him, muttering union t e
words .
The sacer man then lot to-
t a drk saped meachne,
about threeto' our meter lon.
'he machine rose stral hup
and headed west, tak oi
more nbise than a bee.
After hearing Masaudt's reo-
rt, police went over the spot
tre machine was seen at
lfind no trace of It.
betterday another Frenchman
rted e a flying samumer
h tw-midgetmen ina t.

30 US-Rote,
41 Local-Rate
Work For Tecon
e CorporMation, which
SMt into aLdbie shift ester-

Edmund 8. Muski.. an official
under the Truman administra-
tion, scored a thumping upset
over Reublican Oov. Burtm M.
Cross, defeating him by about
0,000. votes in yesterday's first-
In-the-nation election.
Mut while Cross was losing In
his bid for a second two-year
term, OOP Sen. Margaret Chase
Smith and Republican Reps.
Robert Hale, charles P. Nelson
and Clifford X. Mclntire easily
won reelection.
Late return from. 565 of the
State's 626 precincts showed
Muskie leading Cross 124261 to
105,365. Sen. Smith had a lead
of 133,156 to 93,322 votes over
COlby College history professor
Paul Fullasni, the Democratic
Mrs. Smitd's majority was
somewhatt less than the 159,-,
M 2 to 64,74 4ykto *be *wredI
six years ago ever Portland
dermatologt Adrien Seoltea
in her first bid for the Senate.
Muskie. In upsetting Cross -
the first time a Republican gov-
ernor has been denied k second
term in Maine attributed his
victory to "the need for a
"My election was a crlytaliza-
tlon of a long-time general feel-
ntog that all was not uight with
State attffairs." Muaile aid. "It


NBW YORK, Sept. 14 (UP) -
Sen. Charles Potter (R-Mich.)
returning from the Internation-
al Parliamentary Iliton confer-
ence at Vienna, said today Eu-
ropeans have "a distorted pic-
ture of the American political
"Europeans thnk Sen. (Joseph
RY.) McCarthy is running the
U.S. government and that there
Is a ort of sadism in the United
States." Potter sakL"With all
the news abOut ra steering, Ju-
venUle dell McCarthy
and so on, uropeans do not
really a precae of understand
the= Ine terest of fair play
In Ameuia policyy"
Pter was a member of the
Arit-McCrthy hearing sub-

New Shakes Hit

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A--, -if
reflect Y la o eof cog-
dence in the national admiuins-
He aftributed the pset to a
light vote caused by hMeiane
damage in rural areas.
The election had been called
by Vice President Richard Nixon
the "first test" of the 11sen-
hower administration's popular-
ity before hurricane Edna struck
the State Saturday. However,
voting was heavy in the clear,
The last Democrat named to
major office in Maine was the
late Louis J. Brann who won a
second term as Governor in
One flaw in Muskie's victory
was that he will have to serve
with. a Republican legislature
elected yesterday.

New Frail Company

Contract Reudy

for Ihkrg FrMiay
A revised contract between
the Panama government and
the Chiriqui Lnd Co. a subsi-
diary of the tiltied Fruit Co.,
will be signed *Friday t was an-
nounced today.
Secretary of the Treasury Al-
fredo Aleman, who will repre-
sent the Panama government, is
expected to arrie home from
Guatemala tomorrow. The legal
representative of the fruit com-
pany here Will sipl for them.
A group of special negotiators
headed by Vice-Prestdent Jose
Ramon Gulzado, and Including
a vice-president of the United
Fruit Co., Samuel 0. Baggett of
Boston, who came to the Isth-
mus last month, reached a pre-
liminary agreement here earlier.
The' terms required the ap-
proval of the fruit company'sI
bard of directors aind of theI
Panama cabinet. The major fea-1
ture of the contract was the 'in-I
crease'of the Company's Pana-
ma income tax to 30 per cent1
per annum from the previous 18
per cent.

av16 msmwiu wau ud-
fend d ad e to take care Of
itself, they sas
On the questole of direct
U.S. Itentbteon to repel a
Red invasion of the island, the
capital was til widely divid.
ed. Infmed sources aid the
Defense Department Itself re-
mained split on the issue.
Sen. H. Alexander. Smith (R-
NJ.) urged use of U.S. Air and
Naval forces to defend Quemoy
and all other Nationalist-held
islands ust off the China main-
land. But he said hAmerican
ground forces should ot be
thrown Into any such battle.
Some officials looked to the
Smith statement to help dis-
courage Red thoughts of inva-
Meanwhile the ,Communist
radio announced formally that
Red China will resort to cen-
eri'tiom to maintain its huge
volunteern" army.
A Peiping broadcast said the
Communist caline has ordered
creation by February of a pool of
40,o00 draftees to "fill (army)
vacancies resulting from retire-
ment...and move gradually to-
ward a compulsory military
service system."
In the past-most notably in
Korea-the Reds have insisted
that every member of the multi-
million-man army In China is a
On his return from a visit to
Sormosa, Smith sa.d no top de-
cision has been reached on
what the United States should
do if the Communists launch
an attack an of the Nation-
alist-held Jslands off the main-
But he said he favors using
the 7th fleet d the Air Force
to help Generaiissimo Chiang
Kal-ahbk beat of the outpost
attacks. 'Thes United States is
committed to help, defend For-
amo if. f -
Smith reported that Chiang
has urged the Unfted4
=ltes to ve him the "green
Iht" to l aunch an Invasion

Love Misses The Bus

LONDON, Sept. 14 (UP)-The This. It seemed, was against
labor movement won a victory union policy. e Bi of their co-
today, but love lost a battle. workers at a nTrans-

eral of London's bu mroutes for Den nd etlauna were
thre day. shocked, bat ney ckl oned
The strike ma off nd o, fo tme ~ieket Hie to slpsmad.
the momteat, were thir wedding a ew *eaer retborlle louls who
plans. alsa wanted oe'rtute.
ODennis lo a beo koistor and
Carftok i a ba aMo"tmea last ni6ht. wheQ dicd-
er if andoanbs bga ed. f atrin off tcaltattihe swe-
sIf dkawn thefaf lii fer the, l tJIMto o ai J
u d r V oneV I a unimht.an aog 0 e-
Dn. eIss aI wwIhed1 1 t
*M1tt Ow Ontf i w&wrt soVothedtpaft-laM ton
"*''-h no-w am *~d bon_.'.- .
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'The larget grop of US vol-
untary indueee since last year.
s l taken into the Army to-
day at Ft. Amador. One man
who Dwas about to be inducted
has -also enlisted in the Air
The eight 7% men of Ca-
nil Zone famluliea had volun-
teEf'ed in-August. They have fill-
ed the September quota from
te Canal Zone which called for
eight men. One of the inductees
was a non-US-citizen volunteer.
This was the largest group of
U.S. Inductees since last August
1953 when a record of 30 men
were admitted.
The Inductees who are being
sworn in today are: John Nick
Gorham. Gerald Hamilton Hal-
sail. Richard E. Dillman, Robert
M. Carlin, Mu r r a y Falk and
Donald B. Morton.
American Gordon A. Thomp-
son-.enlisted in the Air Force.
The non-citizen volunteer was
Luclano A. Newton, Jr.
The Canal Zone quota was
three, and it Is anticipated that
in October 10 Inductees will be
required, who will be taken from
the list of non-US citizen volun-.

. na"n ~ a was Wu
B drr the peak ea
ot D5 of the.past school year.
l., preeatt enrollment fig-
W-rare expected to rise con-
sdrably dunrit the next few
week s as many Company.
Government employes are
it'll to return from summer
vacations in the United
States. A large amber of
sebool children are return-
igr to the Zone oa the next
two Panama line vessels ar-
rifnt from NoIew ork
A total of 852 stdenf have
registered for the second grade
in all Zone elementary schools,
as compared with last year's
enrolment of 775 in the second
There have been ,405 enrol.
ments in the seventh grade, as
compared to 328 last year. Bal-
boa junior high has 311 seventh
graders this year.
At Balboa elementary school,
the 178 second grade pupils
have been divided up into four
a a half classes. There are also
four and a half classes In the
fifth grade at Balboa.
The high enrolments in the
higher grades of the Canal
Zone schools shows that the
wave of "war babies" is now
well advanced with heavy reg-
istrations in the Junior high
schools. ,

W- weailas Leo Ann Mor'twether of San Francisco
et after wmnia the 'Mm America contest in
A The -a ld mass entered as Misc Calif-
Ovital are: .M inches, waist n
sM Us. .

Iroup, na au mu1 uw ,waiu m 04
om to pursue a program of acc-
tivities consistent with the pur-
poses of the organization and
within the limits imposed by the
circumstances of Government
"In recognizing this right, ItI
will be expressly understoodI
that no one group can be con-I
sidered as solely representing
the interests of all employes of
an installation.

Students Win Baffle

To Force Negroes

From Mixed Classes
W. Va., Sept. 14 (UP) School
officials cancelled classes at
Greenbrier Country schools to-n
day and ordered 40 Negro stu-
dents who enrolled at the pre-
viously all-white schools last
week to pick up their book and
The county board of educa-
tion ended an unsuccessful at-
tempt to integrate White and
Negro schools after. 320 White
students, backed by their par-
ents, demonstrated against go-
ing to class with Negroes at
White Sulphur Spring High.
About -hAlf a dozen schools
throughout the county where
Negro students enrolled for the
first time 'Sept. 7 were closed
until noon today to allow the
Negroes to get theVr books and
other equipment.
R. J. Nichols. principal of the
high school, said "everything is
quiet" at the school where dem-
onstrators. carrying signs saying
"No Negroe wanted in our
schools," paraded Monday.
S"It was our feeling it would
be better not to have the White
students in t h is morning,"
Niehols baid.
The board of education of this
southern West Virginia county,
at an emergency meeting Mon-
day night, rescinded earlier di-
rectives allowing Negroes to en-
roll at the school closest to their
In addition to* the Negroes
who enrolled at the White Sul-
phur Springs High. about 15
others had registered at Rupert.
and Creighton high schools and
a few elementary schools.

NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 14 (UP)
- The weather bureau reported
today that It was keepina a close
wate ho9 a "napekow area" InA
the middle Gulf of Mexico toI
determine Is a new hurricane is
in the making. r
A forecaster said theree me a I
lot of showers and wind"I
in the area, but tei o farI
nothing has develomtpot
It IIs st bMch

tha WI

authority to
from either Io l
their work, such as a-l
which to hold meetings, o.p
during no-dpty hours. .
Harold I. re who, i
been name Atlante side -
Izer of Local 9a7, hasl "wq
acting president Joel jMid
clining the appointment;
Among other reamms, he gl*b
ed his employment with
Panama Canal Co. made r
more familiar with
problems than with that,
Armed Services local-rat
Meanwhile HerschelM
of Lodge 14, AFGO, a _
had received word frl gmt
national office that
merger with the 1 f
now "In the proposea
cussion stage."
According to an article l g
Washington Post, the e
was made by the AFL's iS
can Federation of Gov
Employes to the mnd
National Federation of
NFPFE was affiliated with .
AFL from 1917 to 1931 when
withdrew in protest agalidu
AFL resolution to Federal
classification. The AFG3
formed in 1931. -
President of Local SS oft
NFFE here, J. Fussell, Is at
ent attending an NwMO'3
ence in Dallas, Rufus Lv
APOF Lodge 14 national.
president is attending -an
conference. ,
James A. Camlbll,
president,' suggestedd the1cb
dining of forces to O k eeh
debt Luther C. Steward. -'
This letter was uamlu ;"
approved by the ATGEOs -*eo
utive eeounelL .
In his letter to 8teward,
bell explained the ortl
sons O Nfor wtM %ll
from ,the APL were no
factor and that the la
ity of both groups had no
sonal recollections of tm .
Campbell reptd wh
bers of CongresA have often
-that both theAO
NFFE were taking
roads to the same objeiog-e

Trespassers Draw
$10 Fines

In Balboa Cortm
Five trolelse "
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the Balboa

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Labor News



At the very moment when we
are depriving many of our own
craftsmen of vitally needed Jobs
by placing multi-million dollar or-
ders in Japan, the same Japas.
nese workers whom we decided to
help are turning on us in an at-
tempt to discredit our nation and
drive us from our life-and-death
military bases in Japan.
I refer especially to the Foreign
Operations Administration order
for locomotives, for which the U.S.
government will pay Nipponese
machine plants many millions of
Let me first make clear that
nothing said here should be con
strued as opposing aid to our al-
lies by building their economy.

hir ., IThat must be ione.
Readmi~ the reports covering the meeting of The World Thatmust be
Coatncil o Churches at Evanston. Illinois which lasted 17 days. But there must be reason-not
tnis humble servant did not come across any measures agreed treason- on the other side. Help
upon by the D.Ds and Ph.D.s that will certainly abolish segrega-: must be mutual. The street must
4on in church. What I saw was a message clasaltying the cus- go two ways. It is not so at the
tom as an abomination of Christianity. moment.
During the physical existence of the Apostles a message wA last week, for example, our
accepted as a guiae, but, in these times mere proclamation and government's overseas operation
no demonstration cannot keep one on the right track very long. agency split up an order for loco.
In the 8criptures. Paul. a converted Christian, tells us "Ap- motives.
prove things that are excellent that ye may be sincere and with-
out offense till the day of Christ." This was the famous "Locomotive
Following the strains of those words. It is clearly understood Decision" Instead of ordering 100
that Paul intended to banlih selfishness and promote things, of the train.pullers from Japa-
woithv of God's approval. With that thought, segregation in nese manufacturers, FOA chief
church for reason of race or color constitutes a renunciation of Harold Stassen was prevailed upon
the promoter's allegiance to the Divine. We understand that the to place contracts for 50 with
church Is Instrumental in Imparting to the human occupants of American firms. Thereby he put
tlhsunhierse the importance of the true fellowship demonstrait- bread and butter on the tables of
ed bl Christ throughout His ministry on earth. many Pennsylvania families-and
eA long as segregation is used to obstruct things worth of those in other states as well-
lAbpval Awherever there are feeder plants.
aborpval bv God. man's expressed advocacy of the church wil be The other 50 mobileeed power laouses
looked upon as a farce. hrtan Stanssen ordered in pan. There
)'js derstood that the proclaimed advocates of Christian-the StMachinists Urderenion Jawill profit.There
Sty are slated to, assemble again In the year.io t0 i.._ Its members, and the members ofi
may take the professors that much time to discover the mta llie, d trades unIons, will work for
but no the ordinary man. er a long time on our millions. Which
is good. too. Good, that is, if these
Japanese workers were our
DU FLON-McGURRiN SURVEY friends. They are not. They are
members of pro-Communist un-.
$ as the Du Flon-McOurrin survey of Government agencies ions. They are affiliated with the
r been published? You mustknow that this is a very m. notoriously pro-Soviet, anti U.8.
brnint matter, as it will most likely result in abolishment of Japanese labor federation called
su.aneela-01--deraAion called-

.r numerous superfluous executive a nu iu c ..... a wa a. p..
rel wment of incompetent and unqualified personnel holding
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Atom Fuel Costs

By PeterEdson
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S WASHINGTON -(NEA)- Pres. says Dr. Hafstad. In the center watts of electric energy. That
To publish the Sohyo's anti- Eisenhower's participation, by re- would be a core of say 20U pounds makes the Initial cost over $9000
American record would take a mote control, m Labor Day ground of enriched U-235. At $9000 a pound, per kw. capacity as compared to
full newspaper. It hates the U.S. breaking ceremonies for the new this would cost $1,p00,000. around $130 per kw. or under $1
Its local unions agitate constantly atomic power plant in Pittsburgh I Around this core would be, say million for a conventional coal-
against our bases. Its leaders are focuses new attention on some of 50 tons of natural U.238, At $20 steam power plant.
opposed to Japanese remilitariza- the cost elements of this new form a pound, this would cost $ ,000,000. Where the scientists hope they
tion against possible Soviet ag- of energy, which should be ready The purpose of this natural uran- can eventually bring down atomic
gresslon. Its officials load the air- ;in three years or so. ium is to act as d blanket around power costs is in the development
waves with vicious, lewd and In- Until a short time ago, the only the core of enriched uranium. It of the breeder reactor.
suiting denunciations of our coun- price tag put on the uranium fuel stops the neutrons as they spftI Dr. Hafstad gives this typical
try.' which will drive the atomic power off in the critical mass of enrich-,exampl, using the 200-pound core
plants has been $9000 a pound. In ad uranium in the core. As these of U-235, surrounded by 30 tons of
There is, for example, a Sohyo a recent speech, however, Dr. Law. nruytond vollifr eiyh yhr U-235 a- ua ru ra I uranium as outlined
union whose members are em- rence B. Hafstad, director of the toms in the natural uranium, the above. The initial fuel charge here
ployes of the U.S. Armed Forces Atomic Energy Commipsion's Re- heat is generated which is the ato- wdold cost $3,800,000, exclusive of
and work in our garrisons there, actor Development dlyl lon, quote mic energy, plant costs.
They are always protesting a figure of $20 a pound. This charge would furnish ener-
against our military. I we in- The difference 9f $8980 a pound One other design to get this gy for eral years. Att had
en, A sam 90_g* *d of 14co .
w e ta mrv f _l, "- *at e tn r, -wo__ cSdoM .ur W say ever_ rich Y4-23 ._,t d .b _.
de4ase our orces, they com developed that both a were t .. rpds of natural U.M in .a p.Ther would 100 pounds o
around proeat I we'te as- right, but they actor two der- blanket .of some oth material, it left.
ing their wages and Jobs. kinds of ararnli. :. U carbon, to slow down the neu- But in this process, some 300
The 9000 per lb. urarnlim is the trans. The amount of beat gen- pounds of plutonium would "have
Even as I write, this union has r e f i n e d concentrated Isotope crated is then regulated by wth- been produced In the blanket. This
ordered a 48-hour strike of our known as U-235. The 2 per lb. is drawing or inserting the lods of plutonium could be separated out.
bases and arsenals there. Why are the natural U-23. U-238. Half of It could be put back in the
they paralyzing us? For an 80 per- What runs up the costs for atom- core, to bring its charge back up
cent increase in severance pay be- This natural uranium 88 con- ic plants is hot so much the cost to t h e original level, The other
cause we're eliminating some 20,-. tains only seven-tenths of one per of the uranium fuels, but the half of the plutonium could be tak.
000 civinan jobs on our depots. cent of the --rich U-235.' This is shielding and controls necessary en out as a by-product "profit."
But that's exactly what the Japa- about one part in 140. It is the to prevent escape of the danger- This illustrates the secret of the
nese unions wanted-less evidence complicated process 9f separating ous radiations. breeder r e a c to r, in generating
I of American military presence. out the J-235 that shoots up its The cost of the first commercial I more fissionable material than It
Much worse, however, is the still cost to the $9000 a pound figure. type atomic power plant being consumes. It enables all of the
unreported deal the Sohyo has Both kinds of uranium are need- built by Westinghouse for Du- original uranium charge to be con-
just made with the European Com- ed to provide the energy that will quesne Power and Light Co. at sumed. And it enables the furnace
munist labor apparatus. The So- I heat the water to make the steam Pittsburgh is now estimated at to be recharged with only the $10.
hyo will send 35 of its leaders on a. to drive the turbines that turn the $55 million. This is much higher a-pound fuel. This will cut atomic
European tour- as the guests of generaors to furnish the electricity than an equivalent coal steam fuel costs down considerably from
the Communist-run French CGTIto heat and light he futuria e power plant would be. |the $9000-a-pound level used in
(Confederation of "abor) and the house that Jack builds. Atomic scientists, calculate that previous calculations given to the
Italian CG1L (also Confederation This would be a typical setup, this plant will produce 60,000 kilo-1public.
of Labor). ..
Obviously the scores of thousands Ai | Im / I I l I
of dollars It will take to transport ter w inchell In New York
WEuropealter Winchell In New York
munisat treasuries. Obviously the S
35 Japanese will be briefed by the
Sovieers in Europe. Obviously THE BROADWAY BREEZE many trophies for artistry. But its down. Miss Dietrich is a Iouas
I the 35 tourists will return to Japan total deficit last: ear was 16 mil- from the ankles up" ... Ruth Law-
as ideological "advance paratroop- "Gone With the Wind" would lion $ . Every member of the is In a Los Angeles paper: ."A
ers" for Soviet propaganda forces. have made Midas envious. Toe huge cast in Zanuck's "The Egyp- well known crooner's estranged
They will say, I predict, that the latest revival zoomed it among the tian" movie has brown eyes. e'- wife sent a postcard to her pay-
U.S. is taking over Europe as its 10 Top Coin Getters. Incredibly, searches reported there were no chiatrist saying: Having a won-
forward base for the war on the I David 0. Seln ick paid only $52,- blue-orb'd Egyptians in the 14th derful time-what's wrong?' "...
t Soviet Union, etc., etc. '000 for it ... Joan Gray, who in- Century B.C. .. .Bob Kennedy's Nuthin's wrong,. honey, 'ceptiA'
I herited Betsy Von Furstenberg's opinion of any doll who'd wear the that the gar's ancient ... Kitty
And it should be remembered leading lady role in "Oh,- Men! new flat-chester frock: A dumb Kalen's two hits are in the Top 5:
tifat the Soviets always try to de- Uu, omenul" has the start tDiara ... Hollywood is featuring "Chapel in the Moonlight" and
moralize a home ront before they touch. A willqwy charn.w hoban melodramas titled: "Private Hel Things." The goingfor Kit-
Smove militarily. Japanese officials, act ... Gone Are the D pt Deu: 36" "Shield for Murder" and t was rough 2 years .
as long ago as Feb. 21, told news- None of the stage doo at any 'Rogue Cop," all dealing with [ys Mae West: 'I'm too sy todo
men that they are convinced that Broadway theater is u asPop crooked cops. Have the scenario live TV" ... (Oh, your Aunt Ten.
"native Communists will try to .. Movie Time, the an alg, con.- writers run out of crooked croqk? 'na!)
paralyze Japan in case of a na- fidently reports that Marilyn re- .., Anna Magnani (Italy's reign-,
tional emergency." They express. fuses to discuss Ja l interviews. I rgpeen not too long ago) hasn't Margaret Truman is no ingrate
ed special concern over a ndustr. Shediscusses him n i n 2 years. People, She took the Varity critic to din
Asked what might happen in Screen's inritjew '... Jack Paar Today rag includes another con- noer after she read his rave notiee
case of such an emergency. Hisao calls her: VHt" DiMagesty" ... firtnation: 'Josephine Baker, who about her emoting in Philly .
Yamaguchi, chief of the National There aren't many mounds thatinsists she's not a Red, is the au- The bright lights on Broadway are
Police Security Division predicted can surpass Bosemary- coosen's ,thom ofarticles appearing in vari- controlled by a master switch
."First .. there would be a gen- "Hey There" smngeess... Mteaen ous Communist papers behind the whie clicks off at 12:55U a.
eral strike -.. a suspension of show premieres are ade for Iron Curtain." Another Item you urob'ly never
communications and transporta- the next 7 weeks . "P ma --- knew till jst now: That an insane
tion ...Communist saboteurs would Game" is Broadway's a adi g asylum onge occupied the spot-oen
strike at the important power sta- ticket. The weekly dividends ex- American ditties with silly titles which Columbia Univ. Is located
tions .. They would try to take ceed $12,000 . is Is The as "Sh-Boom" and "Oo-Shoop" ... Eugene Pallette, thefilm com-
over radio ... newspaper ..." Hero," which Theat d )ar- have new competition. The hot- lc who passed the ether day, fear-
ents, is one of the few dmps tha ttet tap e in Rome is a Calys1 ed the world would be blow up by
SThe pro-Communist Sohyo is ob-, gave The Rooster eate ome- christened: "Leave Me Alone Wth bombs. I In O he bought a 3WM
viously not our friend. If we re go- thing to cockadoodle-about. Err l Inn" ... Grace Downs are estate ia Orego and turned
ing to place orders, let's place --- andd a over-rated dramatic ac- it into a fortress. Stocked it with
them where they won't build So- Ethel Barrymeoe Is always de- tresf wif this meow: "Ine ony hundreds of thousands of means of
hyo. And why should the 35 "tour- lightful to meet in an interview. way she lould make me cry would food and an arsenal to stand off
ists" be given Japanese pass- Her most recent uft: "I ever o be if I were told I couldIt leave any attack. Be left it in 194. "Too
ports? to the movies, not even to my own.- te theater" . -ITh Sardi nSt Inelv" .. Headline: "The Liver,
Why should I? I never saw myself h bears thatthe Shubert peelP may Not The Heart, Is Seat of Emo.
on the stage either, you know" bar Boston's critic EUe Norton tons" .. This program came di-
Sn... .ri m 'ink Tights" was last when "Fanny" debuts Mere . rect to you from the Liver of New
Peron J Seizes season'. costit fopplo con e BosweIl's Decca waf* of York!
---- as ti s ILost ever O,000 ... Add teevy "I I Give My Heart To You" Is
hitter, r shockers: .heeone which cast a Connie t herbest.... at won't Rbbert Q. Lewis tell about the
S ornograp in a sy thmpaMet be L St. C i voice "Sen at bachelor who couldn't eet s is
As Immoral Mags rleo... BrLa's H: S ad.'" The daUbng was i rem-sp-ate for dinner. "haI e Wt
Love, YouM t% De h.by radio's "Lomaseme Gal." a m*te ia the dst onthe tM"...
B]l N S AI S St 14 "a (from Paamet's Iicause Li,'s verce wt doesn't Five majnetwnorks mdal inide.
tU-hO-at they are- -I oa. Sepo. 14- te,, .I a_ a#w.m~ usi gS th! .I dm tlt -b" i t tstati b s will t ab Daey

IUP )- Several issues sof AAmer.i.4.a "M a edus SmAK $smoros e a set
Teans.German, reTnch and Ar- I su' --
Snow"t.e m la", "Pari oUrfer.-Gi le .81 a l by Jw a go0ws remember a seadwa
Is waya ft rM ,---- an- w... e 35th the I'- W17-
ed seized todayonthe.ground an 1 wans ng lif ts.e aDhaia- -
that they are "Immoral."

- aturimt".He alth. a nv d Mf MOWS'S .-.-o me ,lit Dip
derecy". "Beauty Parade". 1Mo-' "lshMe at aibeMoers .an th1 rd V. eI L.
de i Mean'. "Oood eiime'r MW i M ...M Mra. Artwhr Msu i e.aUl& "UtS
." *tter" and O "Wh.per." T a a w iaty: I' s"y baes g te" ...- t


the charges against7 a
cbart was that he ha led-to
tell the commission that be had
been an active Commudot in Lu.
cas Co u n t y, Ohio, between the
years 1944 and 1948. This part of
the accusation has o w been
dropped, and the FCC is now muah
more ambiguous in its charges.
Furthermore, Wi 1 i a m Cum-
mings, an ex Communist upon
whom the FCC apparently relied
originally for its charges against
Lamb, has now stated: "I've nev-
er said under any condition that
Ed Lamb was a member of the
Communist party, and I wouldn't
say it because I've never known
him to be a member of the Com-
munist party."
Lamb happens to have a record-
ng of Cummings' conversation
with Victor Ullman in which they
discussed a prospective article for
the Saturday Evening Post, and In
which Cummings also threatened
to bring some libel suits In order
to get more publicity for himself
and the prospective magpine ar-
Meanwhile the Toledo Blade.
though competing against Lamb
for another TV license, has writ-
ten about him: "This newspap,
which undoubtedly is as well in-
formed about what goes on In this
community as anybody else, has
never come across any evidence to
support the accusation. ..We will
grant that one bad to get up early
;o the morning to get the better
of him (Lamb). But a Communistf

By Colbrqith


appease GOP

By Cops City at Miami Beach. Top
teevee stars will be offered mints
to do their network shows there. ..
Headline: "Dewey Retires From
Pu lie Life." Tom For A Change
. .. Dewey was never for 4th
Terms, anyway.
Paul Gregory grumbles: "Im fed
up with the theater!" ... After it
fed him caviar .. Jerry Lewis'
Hollywood wigwam has this in-
scription above the front door:
"Our house is open to sunshine,
friends, guests and God" - ... Jane
Russell's proclamation: "I'm in-
terested in music, art and philo-
sophical discussion" ... Well I'm
not. Let's get squifft.. TV Guide
wonders: "What Has Money Done
to Eddie Fisher?" ... Well, for
one thing it's made him rich ...
Aly Klian and Eric Von Stroheim
are reported in Puare's hottest
feud in years. Reason is a mystery
It can't be over some guy ...
The Marilyn Monroe film scenes
scheduled for Wednesday on Madi-
son at 57th (at 3 p.m.)were retard-
ed because of the advance pub-
licity. Traffic congestion, etc...
Considering the many lives ats
(and the'damage to many homes)
the allege jokes about the hurrin
canes on the networks must mean
the gagsters are desperate ...
Headline: "Lana Turmer and Hus-
band Lex Celebrate 1st Anniver-
sary!" . And people said it
wouldn't last.



NatioWalt tWM
beguto get a
wAt cuflnt a
Frame WS iI
was not a happy
less happy eer

for senators to
mrymen iod
before them, l
What they se
a network C a
warEhouses, pip
auxiliary fuel de
carefully install
tionofthe Unite
Ing east and all
vent invasion by
This network eo
taxpayer a cdl!
To take it up
somewhere else
billon. Further
is: Where else
lines be la8i?
cal about -ti
many. Mf tb e
happen, Chaicel
nearing S and c
West Germany i
to be unlted-wlh
Germa afr v
will conto?
Those are som
Ing reappralsals'
right now.
General Beetle
working, retiring
of state, has bee
"oversold" EDC,
as'important as
But the expel
plan our defense
do the realistic d
ly the kllin of
est triumph Mo
puIshed in the co
triumph than the
in ever expected
we want about p
and a new oil a1
but the tragic
are peanuts coa
diplomatic defeat
NOTE 1-One
takes was sizing
as a grebt man
day's conference
Dulles is sore a
Menoles-France s
Mocow in return
Molotov for a tr
NOTE 2-Anot
have been to ta
an "agqai ing re


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Soday shooter. _a t wllVp= -pos X
may aer Scrary !he jaers, *o U ti A
l an pa bE A M

ut isown qre u he, o n
on that anhp is 1 urs... e aS2t

oI uppyuP ernis of Nuow eYorZX aec s
d States, alliead- bees ed ad'can
alcu lated to pr bert L a, nowa-tme h Ve
the Red Army. now senator. eiaan a l ea
ome bilHo dol- his sx l hi Bce I
that Averell i gi ap .
and put it down pedoth eae
will cost another areumdat was.at Nu
aote the problem an h tad a wealthM aof
eas these supply experience-as secretary m .
n imer Uad of theoUni o
perts are kepti- Ra tied, head ot thed. O
tem s In Ger Peoram-and that eis b
it wB th* cano baa rthand &
th at CaD n asnt8 Oe Fa C ja"Aw s

an't last Aforever. a Mle. Sme a alentMr
is almost dcrt ain lanAmericanahr df oR e.
hCommunist aste pera orn o sf th Ju Antou
hI -what e Who DI Glovanns of e rookt h'are
e of the "oni- atended. &il atibnaOyeabetto
'e taking once given by Frankle Costello,
ande red n u icartawh e uto

Smith, the hard-can ticket is hard-wIorkl n-
g undersecretary rs-man Jack Javitsu NOw
n saying that wei ork.
we thought it was. The most important and aganil.
i don't agree. Nor up before theFderal Communi.
Siplomats. Actual- cations Comma Ia on tomor.
C is the great- row, when Edward Lamb, owner
scow has accom- o one of the most uccesul TV
Ad war, a greater stations in the country VWal- t
men the rem- EricPn4., will finall- be able to
. We can etalkh l lfa, l those who c alledhim aCom.
peace around Suez munlst.
r ment n Iran, Lamb, a successful buanessma
et is that these abd owner of various radio sta
mared with our in addition to the S re TV aoti
I Western Eu- has already been unmer ifu
smeared-by-beadline as a reoault b
of Dulles's mis- the FCC's preliminary charg. eta
up Mendes-Fran name has been in the newspapers
after only one for months without a chance te
with him. Now answer.
as blazes, thinks finally and only when ht oak
sold out EDC to the matter before.the Senae In
a for a deal with terstate commerce Committoe. did
uce in Indochina. the FCC belatedly sm atter cen
her mistake may siderable nud by the Senal
lk pubeily about committee, that mbshodld ha
appraisal, instead a chance to ace.his accusers. That
are aree chance comes toe row. .
Hplomata yll. Ata-c~n nii*ontmr



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cI1 an df Qa &, .., To ou O ers Flms |".' ME"A. W (
oIr U J .SH l w rs r Methodist Church Ohere and three
. Tryingt o make over hubby? other churches nearby. All of the .r :m
1-' '' r < If 9 3, "? ... ToIIIftIn WS 'JOn RI P TraVdl Read thialetter-and think .....churches are more-than i 100 yearnI D
S-n f'. f& .~u -f .' i O 1 4 r an a l U b u qwu I N.l...l.B,= w, / ,old and three still have thea oi r t.
n .e C mr of Com It may interest a lot oLf.men to ginal buildings. m
WAB*INOT r, Sept 14 mere ris ain oferin to the now taat there are some wives O. -- |
me wa t hod oc t .ow ereo1u husbands.oe Che ir Chek This Chick! MOR ISON's
2.o .*- 07.Eu 2%S9. amu eyrdi? of M.d B"ro l reedto '" in Panama <,d MILWAUKEE M(UP) -O E
i wf lJ.. 1,,,.w qaxa 2.0740 or 2.0741 41.w. 9:00 a 10 .. y.e .u mo.m 5g, eItsoaighbomrngacountris. Here's a letter I got from a-wife year-old Susan Bordsen gave ir
_ _hohTsemeSWdrrommo______________________re_ o t e l5dgroo not only likes her husband mother a practical greeting gre d (Oipoitgt
So hi M. ClF ratp .tho here for a visit and No. Prs r ie many wives make the mis ro. Chaninola ad Almran. i to sake him be. ay oin

w W" 31TMre0Bnthe"Hitory" ba Walter G. Watts, Calev Clement, Msath adng with UA s on the Atlsic p-oi .When wnl women learn to mind fo P U EIRs fi
aty thi A e ASSen n 4W. 7N L III MED Al. Clem Wter Zimmer- educational methods. sot rise thie dl'on (uec- trying to turn themes and they mar. low were sares wh ti

Mns. 88LDEN CHAPINA whos leburgO New York, arrived recent- .g f I\. educators and ad is- comentares includes Cost Re- doing something God himse. e r | sas w ts
arearede tha l fro the Stata nd will be er trato a tate timber thrVolcApno ) e day edto pe ect husbandstt ry RICHER

missed -pth, in Panama an the secretary to Mrs. Selden Chapin V and private school systema a9 Colmbia, Cartagenia and Its an- in^ whhemenase reco P scc as d
Caal CEmuI .the sN at US TObassy reEdence on La .' we study oufials of privade the d entd pfortres ases; Lim a trips She writes: "Women try mi ngh
I ha m --otrIedtto theAa. Cresatao. I .onlGorst dtonsaredr c to the a Ies sands or theo over t heir husbands and wind
dr at te Uo bayn La eran In the project which male G Gand the North Shore, ot e lets him be himself-a mano r h S

es ta b She et a e rt Miss Johnson was graduated ek romotHarris, Mildred inteyat Also available are and week end having a resentful "hoy" on their

plteadedvacai wtheroth from Vassar College with the Kofbe Ofaicers me Will Hear peae and under stand in 4 series Ach as the lack Christ and wil try te afsa heru.sbn who,
re lnI. W TSieta Nes I 11 at m.Cas ofI a bO e lebratin a karl Seagravesc William He aso Invited e the vii tors- t po An iucli e han
the Fred Schwartz, Mar The regular mthly lucheo a Ft. Sand theVocan On te if let alone, would robabl
Sat s-a-- r e w, 'e 4ereaee of the ort Kobbe Ofcers'Wives All areas of the world are r through the Canal, Panama Vie A wifcouldn'thav muchto be v his. wie

wi wer e past soyed ral Mrs. Care Espinosa de Arias bee Club win be helnd Arthursday, at resented in te ud rous, The jo an the 3rd of November pa better philosophy than that or a
S aily. a bat tr. so t and and her daughter Mrs. Gulermo:00 p.m. in the Fort Kobbe Of e ats wl u tk Chngunola and Almirante trying to iake him be.
wil leisure ae the lory e neus" at thve eNoationl e r s Iiar pt with US.uha A o f the se Atlantic series are aval- Tryl t Out for Y BUER
aM l iny tHwaIMi e.e n n. n Iul i fltatrs Os g k. d o their series of pictures with theip own business and not try un -n bw C0
s m'wn' et Airy. w scene lastevenYorfk arrived r can bemade educators and s- cou parrtrie o includes lbost Rl- doing something thod bimseR ve
arheagiven by the Girls Service Organ-Yot 84207, before 1oon tate and city publc ca, tizu Vocno dCart lego ive a ttitu e towarould jushim? ry viship ro r.

namaUan wt o wsi trhes Aal Ce Howard Dewlarest who are leav- e0 a rom 1f of peraen detores nim r tempted to cfticzeo r nag, reread colour antpic ofanl'g adevem
mised -bsthn Panma sd v the secre r to Mrs theldenspeda an prbe tevate ool systems as Co a, after Miss Glmore mar- an ignore thet things he does the ate

Cfaal e during the S er at r t hemasy rets c Haiti, Nicaragua, Paraguay and ried tyrd while he was awaitog you used to let annoy o
Sqac, .en the bd .agwa, St. Joseph's Atheni Not Ser trial. And maybe you wilnfl happy CIO^- ...

coaslterd to be a e Laard by Dr. Zetek's 8fstr Meets Thursday surprised when the year is up to=0as,
theW. she Con a mi r. but l Johnson was graduated .A hsieeks to promote international Also available are cial events will recognize hiso wn mistakes
n ldeaftit vaeatI w" her 'amth-from Vassar College with tea.bIe Officers Wives Will Bearace and understanding seriessuch as the Blck Christ and will try to lease her. But XlihW
iner al r eced to Dlas of James etek of Balboa has aion en rogh education Celebratihold on,its reguarnlar sval ocialn -how to ve happily with change if she

wis famiy Panamatwere at he has as his house guestpinosa de Arias meClub Will be heldting Thurs day, at the Fatherthe 3rd of November pa- better philosophy than that for a

signed a contract with David Florence Zetek of Chicago, who Burns Memorial Center (St. Jo-
daily, Wft a baet trip no* and and her daughter, Mrs. Guillermol :00 p.m. In the Fort 3 obbe Of- educators Will undertake %l ade. happyag
Sbut she d ine llingd St. alohav lft fora vacation flcera Club. . laied study. at U. nI Any of the series are av- Out for ear

tIs s far. -Per- viaN Ambassador Meet(i g Tonight Any W O h Of these serie arev avail T t' Out for a Yea
Is ksd frwars to oms tlep ew orlean. P v.i_ hearia .will bn e the guest Ues and colleges for varying pe- able to Clubs or OrganizationsI M
Theater crcle to onr e of Ambassador and Mrs. German meet tonight at 7: atHis talhe Red f time p to a year. si contacting Fred Busc
in ft os of-in will be, supplemented by visitA Tour Director, Colon Chann es to make our un

the iaost prot hesing di retors Arambur c L tcaros include their Cross Building in Cristobal. Wal- f O i t made your .
Broadwa eto oo industries, farm, Commerce Wrtein yeas daughters, Mrs eo de A. de ter R. Lindsay of Summit GBox 322
tart Toorr At Farewed Mrs. Fracisconnr Trower, Mrs. H. L. Donahue, and homes adcultural and hI I over or just to get m to change
Tryouts for the Gatu Civi and a number aP t, or P.*O. Box 1, feawi of his ways, how about de.
r w sh5 tt s s The Balboa YMCA was h Mrs. D. B. King. eservatolr nu and

rrw atM p.wons second Wely Tea TayAt Golf Cle AltiCir Cl .e. T.ght plT...... ..... tal centers In various artsO
and w c' entirely. scene last evening of a dinlub ner can be made by club g Mrs. hold a tpe anywhere else for S
...--..- given by the Girls Service Organ- Yo6t, 84-4207, before noon too the visitied catos. iel-lRve attitude toward him? HaIM111 P VMSW f0,nVA. A

evening at the Stra youngrs Club aiaton 5 p.m. f following card games cial meeting tonight at the La Bo-.ncud Try it for a full year. e
at e same hour. The lay wl scheduled to tart at two o'clock ca boy scout shack commencing Uchni.
navalain who was ms Howard Delmarest who are leav-, 40 from, 16 different t ne tmptd to critczeo r nag, reread 1 colour film epic of ma's scble-inuntat

.."You 't Take th You" .,,, -. at 7:30s. for ofe purpose pfnomina. wt la n ON SPECIAL SALE n
or oi s Bart an d George Ma. P bI Ing Saturday for and w assign- Women' Auxiliary Mee ting American countries. Ther areoly. wvapesf in t e- o-t -1 ;s
the ent ro Mexico, nine fro NEW HAVEN, Con. (.UP) keep still. sd worl Sp.,dbyd tu MRoldx.
ateDr.n New Yor Wll move up Shaw Air or Base, Sumterrow, three from Guatemala, James F ... Byrd was charged with Swi. usi d wtten by auy
aterawadWe this JIH wove uth CArFolia Church WofeOu Avio f w he two each from Argentina, Cuba, aggravated assault after allegedly Let him know you think he Is symphony Ow ,chdca

prthevents"traht of a Lady" Itomorrow at 2:01 pm. at th Panama and Uruguay and one cutting Marcella Gilmore with a okay just as he is. Praise him for-
starring .ennifer J H o Some 25 GSO girls and service Church. Mrs. R. L. Thomas will each from Bolivia, Chile, Co- knife. But the state dropped the the things he does to please you
a with his so, Davidba, Cosescks Rica, El Salvador. charges after Miss Gilmore mar- and Ignore thet things he does thatofRo owatoma l. a

w ho ha reentei d the Chuldanal wr f t St. Joseph's Alumni Periw. trial. And maybe you willTe, f e apply t .
one scoo. Mrs. Fair child by AmongDr. Zetk Sister part eet Thur sday surpri a sed when the year is up to t-c
their daughter Alice Bell, are were: esdaes For Visit Nwhrd ing. The St. committee iseph's Alumn Asso-mposed d thatwterproof th to the d other Ro
qunter a, g alM ,neunced to Dr. James Zetek of Balboa has citation will hold its regular social of howtolve"hPPiwith'a .
st fa in Pathe m that he has as his house guest his sister, MRichss meetion Thurday at the Fatherively by ep thehto
I- ne,. a ontratwthn a rd ce Zetek of Chicagomas, ndo BuDavds M emorial Center (St. Jo the Oyster ce the

Secw tediretary F Mrs. Chaln e ry Shirk, ste Ande rsit to the seph's Church) at 7:30 p.m.cast ad it fomot, waterproof m r;It pd *

Miss artha Johnscire to be one of Middimon Theriotad Mlton Lrs. German meet tonight at 7:30 at the Redad snapped y rtial

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SEveinfg' G ld of St. Lukes
Foreign Scientiss To See ortheir first meeting of the
season, the Evening Guild of St.
plan t. f f Jri I Luke's Cathedral will meet tonight
US Aom Er I etric Plrant at 7:30 at the home of Miss W n-
U A o mE l ctv ric', imw- nifred Scaly, 1523-L in the Gavi-
- I lan Area.
WA SH INGTO N, Sept. 14 the atom work for peace," he Legio n Auxiliary Meets Tonght
(USI=) Foreign Operations said. The American Legion Auxiliary
Administrator Stamen said to- Stassen recalled that president Unit No. 1 will meet tonight at
day scientists and engineers Eisenhower proposed before the 7:30 at the Legion Club, Ft. A-
from many nations will be able United Nations last December mador.
to observe production of elec- that there be created an inter- -
tric power with atomic energy at national atomic energy agency C ndyWoman's Club
a U. tn.t to work at the job of harnes- Meets Tmorrow
a U.S. plant now under construe- sing the atom for peace. A talk on the blind- by Mrs,
tion. "He invited all nations work- Captain Hodgson will feature to-
ing In the field of atomic ener- morrow's meeting of the Curundu
Stassen addressed representa- gy to join in this great work," Woman's Club at 9 a.m. Hostes-
tives of 18 nations at a lunch- Stassen said." His invitation ses will be Mrs. R. Jones, Mrs.
eon of the International Elec- specifically included the Soviet Frank Leap and Mrs. Calvin H.
trotechnilcal Commission. Union." Johnston.
Stresasing results obtained _________
The FOA director, recalling through cooperation between,
President Eisenhower's expres- private citizens of many na- 3. 3
sion of hope tha tthe Soviet. Ita saidd..S. nl I ru-bIl a ure
Union will decide to pr c lat- in agriculture, health and uit ai Pes uroi s.
n the development o an int education ar working now to you4 ss havoc palue rouemd
national atomic energy agency, ad the people of 59 countries heait, )Iaeei, t hatI, i-
said this IS an area where scl- He gave these examples; mat aw o n
entists and technicians could Lati Ieri "in te ld o fss-
work together in an atmosphere health mare than 23 million I bU 3M? eJ&STi i'
of peace and trust for th bene- r ona. have enefited from the i aft.
#fit,. .. be.g.n _t tech ileal programs.... In
sepahmratyinAn atniJ nspho.e- 3o J 0 more than 200o0 teach- UmL A. A-- .,
hate 0s WeaponsiOf. dOelitU Oners and potential teachers have lIIIg pi v '
he said.been trained under a coopera- -- .
h ork of ha t e educational program in *g
"Mhe work of harnessing theIran.:. 0 1 ofcmn17 M i-,I
atom for peace is so nmoortant Cooper-atve agricultural -ro-
that pr -in his field can- grams In 35 countries around the
not wiait upo-bt" delays of S-world have benefited 40 million
,iet Stassen said. farmers. I
For tW 4raslq, he rea. r i I -t
President ienhower as wek a-_____i -- II9E
go ed the start of Con-
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For the first time in her life, him, unfortunately. (The word 'ua-
Martha Kaye has a home. Sue's fortunately" is inserted on behalf
happy as a lark (especially the of all TV set owners.)
varlety known as' Large-Mouthed "TV is here to stay," says Dan-
,Lark) in a fabulous house in West- ny, "and I think I'll be around a
fort, Conn. Martha, woo was a wnile, too. There's no hurry. I
sal-business child, lived all her; want to be sure to do it right when
life out of trunks. But she's set- I do do it."
tL -down to suburban living in a m That's a noble and rare senti-
Mi way, and loves it. ment.
A"it's breathtaking," she says, -
"and .to think that I own it! One of the busiest of the veteran
I a rtha and her husband, Ed radio actors, Karl Swesson, is
5Beiey, are Just another family in quitting the field for television.
iW tprt. Sue has a Ford station Swenson Is currently en two daily
1wags1, goes shopping in the local soap operas NBC's "Lorenso
^Iper irkets, visits with the oth. Jones" and CBS' "Our Gal San-
'or h wives. And she entertains day"--but feels that TV will give
wfteo, with guests who can be mil- him a chance at better parts. Aft-
ibsnares one day and waiters from er soap operas, be's making a
e1m nearby Red Barn restaurant clean break.
le nt. -
SThe house, a rambling brick-and- David Atkinson, the singer, de-
mrae, afLair on, four, acres, cost lights in recalling an engagement
omewherq around $75,000. To pay he had at the Palladium in Lon-
lt off,,Marthaworked all summer don, England. A funny thing hap-
S tne ,first time in her life. She opened to him on the way to the
almost edilapsed, but she says it theater-and it really did. He was
lias worth it. stopped by a little boy who asked
Be it ever so fancy, there's no him for a ha'penny.
place like you-know-where. "What for?" asked Atkinson.
S"For a ha' penny," said the boy,
,r.T andi .et a comedian to '.a,, dinn't tget nn hoxnlnnation."

something iunny. I double dare --
you. Most of them are pretty se- i .
rioue guys. Like Danny Kaye, who MISSISS i Ma
'draped a long leg over the arm of sss s
I ne of the Sherry-Netherland's M I e-
eet chairs and talked in non-
comi terms about UNICEF. Bl InS a
; Hefs making a documentary
movie about UNICEF-the United
vNations International Children's aped
tEmergency Fund and he feels
strongly about it. JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 14
tro y (UP) Highway patrolmen, be-
leaguered by false alarms and
TV Toppers widely flun rumors, doggedly
DON M NELL ('Breakfast held a tight grip on central
Club, A TV: A listener spot. Mississippi roadblocks last night
;ted ,hls ad in a Massachusetts pa- statewide search for two
Iper-",,or sale, pair of lawn sta-escaped killers passed its fourth
sues, belonging to a family that day.
Iare teal antiques." About a hundred peace offi-
-acers joined in the manhunt op-
t ko wh rating out of a historic wood-
"M-t people don't know whatland where a getaway truck used
UNI ~F Is," he says. "They think by condemned convicts Gerald
JIt's me political thing. But it Galeo and Minor Sorber was
-is't political atll..It's just try. found abandoned Sunday.
Ing to let cldren grow up before The Highway Patrol contin-
*iea dlveass gets them." ued to maintalinlts emergency i
S And he talked About h 0 communications center along
UWNICF taing. milk to under- the old Natchez Trace some six
noured children and medicine miles north of here, working on
cdound the
to sickly children around the the belief the two men who
world.Tne nny-Kaye of the fun. Lugged their way out of Hinds
Itz faces and -clwaish gestures County l friday were afoot in
wasn't Anywhere around. T his the nearby Pearl River swamps.
as just a good-hearted guy who A car reported stolen near the
s to see healthy and happy search a'ea Sunday was found
dren. today in its owner's driveway. A
n te subject of his latest later report that the two bad-
V Itsnts" camemen. had invaded a Negro home
4nar .Btivkvilow 'was statedd
"unreliable' by the Highway
R -H" i15* ~Patrol calls poured into head-
I la.kne.w. quartew that 80ober and Galle-
?* e 0 go.were seen in areas from Car-
ilsquote "aue met othage to Flora. The patrol dii-
Apparently some missed all of them after routine
|da e on the set while Bing checks.
SM g ime. You long-legged Oallego, 28, and Sorber. 34,
A lIn,' Crosby was say. battered down four men in their
liag, making me work too flight from Hinds jail where
fba .* O smethhbg like that. they were being held pending
0"A4jyi*, they started spreadin appeal of death sentences.
the rumor that we were lighting Landrum was still in critical
onl the,t. That was nonsense. We condition at Baptist Hospital
ot a g rfectly, and I'd love to following surgery. Calvin Wells.
i a othe picture with him." a prominent attorney, was re-
Maybe this wil be the start of a ported recovering satisfactorily,
s0r ie a, like the Crosby-Hope and two other men beaten by
lt'oad" pictures. Kaye says he the pair were released from the
doubt it- "what would they be hospital. A Negro trusty shot In
called, 'White Easter' and White the leg by police during the jall-
nur-th of July?' break confusion also was recov-
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BANK DAY! onald O'Connorin a i t Picture la Back! ... and for Adults Only! Chailton Heaton, In Lesl"e Howard. i
." Ao- wiau- NA In TBrCbLO! "THE ROAD TO GLORY## Dan Duryea, in De3nia 0 Aef
l r LANDeLAN D en- 1 ricis:L NOTE: Our Bank. Nights will be held THE ROAD T R Y TnEn UO
T N, iC $. INA every Thursday with MICRHEL MORGAN COMMANDO" F..

001 taly Bac Eden's Plan ired Chief Of Sta"ff __

STV Declinesr roman Rearmament l To Get Out LUX THEATR
or rma mernon-'- a -
S ROM, .ept.y 14(UP)-BrItof. thOdef t uope ai D OPENING!
Foren ta Anthon seommunit lan. SAIGON, Indochina, Sept 14 teen the military hierarchy YOU'LL
Baden w Itai"- support today Edeh tfbtnd tan of cial (UP) Geh. N enV an.HinR, and the civil government.

jafolk a er m adebe ren Germany eth eraley foprabla u the plaamesechif staf whoTh- Te arm was siding openly
S o adtee-Holly- dri look. re2inemae meb, 8 al !eady ,r ,em... N VoE m wa
4Wo MQ -on1 TV: Home screens aytwee ld WTld m ers p _nt. e, eA rg tn g Aer m Cany Into idid orders to agetU r-o the with It leader. The Pi e-

weebeasete ai fr deybe eaathra..g t" New hepr. q.l.r oOrces athata meer.ance, .. niil, w country, announced today ty ie reported to have themhsurt on;h
6imseld nt awih the colmve r hork TA S ANSWER to thed Vrie .or.da paner In the rutl huorth ntic ranks. a oenmpted r acouncd toy he very ord teo aatonhe sndia er Vie0-
medtsiareJust a es big as those be tory. at Sea t efilmsa. will be 1 eloshe ,aiact, that links SrtsRomefai was the last p be fted oun e n- e Saigon e en o
d Ltwosggiantsfeexw haff urdocumenwlris Eproduced n i armed,- forces Bon. ,o the tfor emot ucial -d one nment against he ar p his fail- ond his home oos. I n
S 's TV .alley Isn o byia BC randteed o Air ient Eden's tour- of Westrnhern i oped r o hisl told a reporter. he had

rSme o t hecslap seof e rBweTV.neopso P rodtent f rollp eEuro eetan ye. rledTiwhoer .n Woes neither encouraged nor took

dof fourp, v e d dar. Aleopopbsoonisi tho lfnse ommupIty, despore hea ------ ^. tGeeayeptUnfrlme8wi betrwho befr a mil side of I
a t. Itakene hadd P ee teo lring Wotdy Itil ic ians meetno g He won completeite areement functions .twordays o and or- part in any.enan ti governmeOnt _ _
ent atofot Rad But tons' u -i ,Maa d with Eden today preferred thioel froTm he 4ethqrl and red. to avI te country for m aoves. the
hIanesrs after t f Hollywood leimmakers ae Nformer. But they admitted the and uemor, f anos months, toddy called a press am in n completedagre
"Idhwrterswhoquit s mlecd altethoer ae rm To raenAdenuericannry.Iconference here.Ient with the 'remier-on the

a week because they said they beenscreaming that o there's a* seond alterave rmit idi on ra euarnd italy. od these m erohe
A e a usi they sai on shortage of setime ag slots on t he TV ly quell reach fears tnhat a F France, Wley wn.ed "The attemptedenout by theimain lines of his holic" e
ulen atesi s network s a "network-created" rrmed ermny would ourt- publicly that failure find a overnment agalnt the.army s1id "To fight AgaItU o yhet-
tke irectanr the -cishohw w aso tak ers i an tw tem weigh all other partners In al. reasonable alternative' .quick- has failed," he announced. mInh we must have a strong
X." ohorra gsa o e, some say, in an at0mpp E op n se allance. t hn.p ki d nbra oeg
aaeinarta mostiflexfilm.Speaankdefen l l idngand the -1hirdperson, govehrnmentwhich Is closerto the
ui4e o la mingd tao sin De mcred to Join o e race mlg ht.ave a proo oua nHnehs added: an people.
atof four thmovieapseofhen tg uod collapsed European De- efect in An~erlca.. or enera, who was men- "I Intend to remain on the
four mowr a groet eet eing a n.lal' ro defense Community, despite heat n Germany eputy Under. .cewt betrayal before a ni- side of legality, and I remainest-Ee
oietne .erles. Then s ames of Shelley chonu. H e od his ear P ed French demands. a er in f e ke loyoe vernment. But it
Winters jndl rene Dunne aed been telefilm series, costarring Peter But as a member ofsthe 1%8eghy arrived, almost at Edens ,he noon plane for France, de- is abautemnbly m ssiblf tor me
mentioned as Idas costars but she Lawford and Marcia Henderson, Brels treaty orgaatio ee, to cor with an cided to stay In- Saigon Int t re- t e t -
ofessed th Date Ksaufman: four -days aftr a driving in New her armed forces automateiA ly and German of fical Isponse to the wises of his offi- Ing. o e tm-
" lprefe 'men the collect te York and just told Dou y Variet y: balance those of a rearmed TWO, hundred,. policemen ring. cers."t wl d e. ath od e considerable
temira iea o newos to reat, srtse Is In shwsWtern Germany. ed th lampino airport out- The sago-Paris plane left time, I donlt know how lonu ,to
And-the first suspension of a ble of sellig spo ero s m erea. where he reached "complete a: demonstration when Eden ar- Hinh's statement this moirnng much work in progress tO re-
telefilm actress-An ita (Mi s Swe. dic. m-gr-ment"-, WestGe rived. There was none. followed reports from reliable pare the transe ov ltar

owellafnef ad e ... parer Thh a p t ra nsferlfmetaan * of w te try It o
den) EkHerg for "repted fail- to line up Italy before his sources here that Premier Ngo comp etenes In all Viet Nam
ureto report as te ,star of rprt sh 2h6y.fown .withO 11.c e.n Dinh Diem was prepared to back from France to the Viet Nam
"huetna,"'a feminine T-zn-tyee jiiuir111 d Alexander Wiley (R.-Wis.) al- down and restore Hinh to hIs army"
series. ihe wasureplacdad by dazz.. fmtuhreh eyf sounding out Pre e sate scari oftaff. Chan drove to. armydhed-
Yeri wais read realdye wasier undigoutiPnr Wfli Th and his aide, Col. Tran quarters yesterday- to tll Hinh
Even Anita's agent'Al MelnickFee sei ord ofer Paris t r d Van Don, were invited to a din- for the third time to leave _annd (
couldn't explain' It, ig me: members. thewer in honor of French com-hand over his powers Guards
Meay betepain a. ba lan and TheCpr a htmembourser.l e peemier for Interminable minutes before
way h fn TV p o es d eor r ti- were most cordia they told him Hinh was "ab-
,ed ,,ls Is My Beef," WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UP). man and Italian membership m Four of Dlem' s cabinet- min- sent."
e B in S Medical scientists reported would make It a united Europe ters were reed ready to re e sea om
Z.ES A BIG SWfCI on do-later& reported rdyt ore- The-secretary told a staff of-
mes c video shows. "Life With todayheart trOubleshould notpact, along some of the lines the reer resolved icer he would be back t
S, the situation toraday by r ain- ro The officertreplied that h

u- ~acnt. ive,-usefD ....... .. s. tatingenreap home that h
comedy Iea is in the works for ese. would be welcome, "but unfor-
ike a l oazur, the ex-wresterwh, o .os.....sonsheith heart &0 't r.Y6ero T result, poLJitical quarters tuniately we fear there will not
first wkd as an ator in l hey cedca y ean y sd, may carry iaisol. oulgdbe a reco ns tut ontbe an i office space ava la le for
Powells "Murder, My Sweet." seat e~i a.ull ,ay s work and iofw-tle arreaey weak Diem gov- of s.aeia fotr

sAThdlb: is estred wife, Jea n actually 'feel. the better forad t e d withtherddo
els on a m state secretary f o ati was keeping hands off and KnoN. iads f P.h -
""i a .--iM fov palol'r 1 s sod;t akigl ife t..or easy m-y F .... -' ,, 0fense, .Le N 6c Chan: m ainainin g strict neutrality. _ ; _- ----,

ar n:But torbuIer whay* P .Nfr the ier t." ated3NT as Pa FrieOdsy*1* *ro T1O 0 isote rThe Pe=eryeserday ordseredw. R g
we ever d, he a .4 Ca rdiology; ca utne O such pl9ar-... .n R "., renaer. ,po e ra ,
i r . r sons, aa ir t taking jobs m ,W Bwh e out o A V t am.,
o .g $9.tyokr," r t'l ,,. . , .- .. .. plc m e "y eb lbw oi to w d up.".

Mn T wi H AS mERVICEl CEeTER rWo- -" a at -a u
v refer r Clarnd fha e .th of tl ottn P tE Y PRe tho mhis a ffir here." ,oHe Im pdI dl hed'
i y arBto .. ca 7o f l eAk. c Th i ny cs-, Ts u n a er thinking of woulto e n't, even, tr i.
weani.. 's w a.nol? snoe N reports heard by 2.000 phy O u t m.., even-when you a. awvar.. The army .chief appeared to be II b
o gan .g a&1 clansfr 49 countries, Includ.*Ass It's a sma1 .gesture, but an lu- thee clear,.winner ',of., the first
1thw adventures of the. CoastGuardigso atteng th inter-

series "The Mighty ..... .mdar~ n onl aol meeting. More than I/ .
oon tvie house manager is 250 t4cncal papers will ber Look Young r Faltering
leaningup advertising.r"SeeLib presented during the five-day WaTd4leP in clsbs is so addiienalh

a Sinner. Heon plays a bit in Several centf ear re- y e Mk hadO Psuf fe roi io-Ro ttirog omare

scishebernemrm.Thueentifcteamsagre-ed foS ,T"I
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rtnient- store buyer whosetray- The different steam agreed 3 N. T. Pas
It "ardold' Euro iget 'her IntoI rthe majority ofpersonsewith OPemg-61

-CoiYvonoeW de CARLO When the hand was played, not 1 -
"Tie Captaft's Paradise," everybody made the game. Some STARTS THURSDAY! SIet ,., ,... Fr.o *I,..-. wr *.. Jir Se ptmr, . S sw f .,
p layw eo0 p rs lWon the first spade trick eep y r ed "yo'- e I (e), es -e weof's ee *
*--clubs to Iek out the ace, and WLD ADVgNTIR. RUMS91LOVE
SPEDBO MIGUEL wo the spade return with dum- W D AV JN.IE. LEAOV
Of .. TREj Tradltlnal hospitality, glamour and
t'e king and Jack of clubs of fode ceni splendor at you in Chie and Argentl ,
IMHus. GE ADVrNWUr- j'eai Wsuit, but now .South rscic ,. auwLt leyou in 4 Chi fmo S ,
had to use fourth round Chileoffers its fabulous lake district, i a
GAIMOA 7:W clubs with the elt. There was grounds Sad it gleaming-white bec Ahentins'
"THE MIAMI STORY n wa to gbac to dummy for gay Buenos Airem wil thrill you. Alo Mar del P
we[d *Tr lr* dv defthlub, al tidMs seth a I. .e I famous s-side resort. with the world's largest Cia-
,- _. .. i d o bl -e -t I~ I.ino; the grandeur o ;the 200 ftg. guas 6 FIla and B
S1 AT -__ 7: .o.r' tha e U m riloche, as picturesque a tu moat beautiful Swi
"M VOS Cubs vk I ww M landscape.
t the fi t a tik, was Your vacation bgins the minute y step ar
only, too clear that the fourth club daily do e EJ Inter Amerco, famous for speed .
*O AR AtRITA CGITOA- ; of the lwcawrdshan vetoeS b ab and comfort; or thrifty 1 Pacfio, offering utast
O:1s .eu e xperta"7:5e m 'tourist clan comfort.
SACVT;AINMW the clubs by refusing the rst
**. o 3 I' s.-rhNam sCB win the second spade, r.e outpNA.

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MORIJSON 4U- o July Ave & J &s.
june AraMmenf Ave. and 3S $s.
a82 La Carrsmauia

Central Av, 14n
No. 3 Loulery Plaza
fourth of .uly Ave.

Agenca Internal. de Publlcaelones
45a CenrwJ ve.
Parque Lefev 7 Street
160 Central Ave.I

* S treat b I5

Household Antomobiles GET THEM, while they lost, at EL SH
ilCORTE INGLES' Annual Sale! Com-
FOP SALE:-Admiral refrigerator, 9 FOR SALE:- Cheap, Model-A Olds- plete suits from $4.95; Pants from
cu. ft.; new Kenmore gas stove, mobile-8 sedan, completely over- $2. All guaranteed. Low prices on i
reasonable price. 5A44-0, Rainbow hauled, duty paid. Reason: Leov- credit terms. Just say: "Charge It." R
Cty Tel 3-1845. mus Rousseau 8-A. Phone EL CORTE INGLES, No. 73, Cen-
..- -. ... Rodman 3169. tral Avenue.
FOR SALE: .- Mahogany livingroom .... ..e__ t Avenue.
set (3-piece) $70; Frigidaire, 8- FOR SALE:-1949 Ford V-8 2-door ii
cu ft .25-cce, $60. 603-B, Fort blue sedan, engine, body and tires FOR SALE
Clyton. after 5 p.m. in ood condition. tPrice $575 or SAne
FOR SALE: 2-year-old Norge gas best offer. all 2-378 after 5 p.m. M a -
FO SAE "Y "-er-l ,og .o ,,-------- ------------ ,-- uvi
stove and Bendix washer; chaise FOR SALE: 1949 Chrysler "New WORKMEN: Gras This Opportunity!
Slounge; large choir. No. 52, Ave- Yorker" Club Coupe, equipped with EL CORTE INGLES' Sale offers ,
ridoCabo 'Dt Na. 1. radio, white sidewall tires, nylon Khaki pants originally sold for $7 -
..o seat covers, Fluid drive, excellent at the reduced price of $4.95. Low FO.
FOR SALE.-Bargair, leaving Beauti condition. Price $1000. Call 37- prices on credit terms. Just say: S
ful modern diningroom,set. Apply 88-638 after 4:30 p.m.; 37.-87- "Charge it." EL CORTE INGLES, i
No. 10, East 45th Street. Phone 315 till 4:00 p.m.________ No. 73, Centrol Avenue.
3 '. ---- ----- FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford Customline FOR SALE:-Two puppies, fine breed.
R FOR SALE:--4 metal chairs, 4 wood Six, 7000 miles, Fordomatic $1750. 9th Street, Parque Lefevre, "Barrio-
en Quartermaster chairs, I metal Col 2-2984, House 0922 Amador do Panomo America." Familio Vao-
desk, I metol buffet. I mahogany Road. liarino.
ble and chairs, 4 louvers. 4 vane- FOR SALE:- 1947 Chevrolet.Style- FOR SALE:-Small Spinet type piano l
ficn blinds '4-ft.x12-ft.). House master 4-door, good condition. Call with bench, tropical treated, like FO
53.59, Davis, Diablo. Phone 2-t Navy 3744 or 3226. new, $425. House 6338. Los Rios. r
'95. FOR SALE:- 1951 MG, new top new FQRR SALE:-New Hampshire chicks, r
FOR SALE :-Westinghouse automatic tires, recently overhauled $850. one day old, 25c. each. Telephone -
washing machine. 60-cycle, $75. Phone Albrook 3223. 3-4910.
Phone 3-6262. OR SALEWANTED
FOR SALE:-1 living room set, bedOR
room set. In good condition. Phone Real E ate Micellaneous A
2-1062 Rf.
FOR SALE:- Gas hot water heater, FOR SALE:-Farm, 18 hectareos-fenc- WANTED:-Vocation q u a r t e r s by b
20-gal .new never used. $100. ed. clear titles, river, cottage, cows,I American couple, before Oct.' 1. Ex- ei
hutcn type chino closet. birdsee horses. saddles, fruit trees, picture, cellent references, no children., FO
le, $0; kichen .. able.. porce- e. $4,100. See A. DOMINGUEZ, Please call 2-3457.
lain top. 4 unmatched choirs, $20, C .piro"a C
bedroom set with springs. $25; 1
mattress for full-size bed. wth F OR a FOR SALE
plastic cove $10; r gerator. Dead Woman Found Boats & Moto.
idlectric. good condition. $150. Tel-fI ____/ _ISl ____J_ _
p- ;-4 afternHelCorridorfully equipped. Phone 84-3244. FOR
FOR SALE: Five-piece living room u- n
set $75; venetian blinds for 12- | S .'1
family house, kitchen set for $ 10',rPuzzies NO (ops PERSONALS l
steel desk $17.50. 1574.K. Gavl-I C ERS NA
Ion Area.__________ ___ NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 14 (UP) GRANT: Everything all right. Come FOR
FOR SALE:-9xl2 Chinese Mandarin Former New Orleans Mayor home r
rug. green, sacrifice: 8-mm. Cne Robert 8. Maestri told police to- ra
Kodak movie camera, pop up day that a wealthy real estate 3i
toaster; Rattan living room bar woman who died under myste- Hel Wanted FOR
nd other .tems. 6403. 4 Dos Bocos rious circumstances visited him p
Street. Los Ros in his suite at the swanky Roos- HELP WANTED: Experienced Eng- R,
evelt Hotel shortly before her lish-speaking baby maid. Must hove
SALE: Six-burner gas stove. body was found. references. Phone 83-6262. FOR
e@sieleqt condition; wrought ron Maestri, who occupied a suite co
din9 table with six choirs; mod- on the 11th floor where the body
'U^.tolutere lIving r9om" furnl- was found In ,a corridor sald he b@4
t :ffse m.bl, booksaf, lsmp, was 'atquainted wfththhe wornm- i ,
Ae, radio. Altaomlr Apartments. an and had a biulness trans- --
S AW. Argentina, El Cangre|o, up- action with her during their a FOR
stairs._____________ night." Jd -. bF
SHomicide Chief Capt. William bc
Ne w Book IDowie said the former mayor FI OR
/w^>,f B &am* told him that the woman had E T rcc
New B oU ks been in his apartment between -w" | FO
10 and 11 o'clock last night.
--- Although she apparently died y I .
"Animals, Men and Myths" a from natural causes, police said I
ookawhi.h has received high she had been dragged to the I
ni P1In the thickly-carpeted cor- E
pra from scientists and ani- e e.t, .e first. F R
al ivoers, was among thenew The woman was spratowled on Fro
books placed In circulation dur- her back, her purse flung a- T I
n week by the Canalcross her ace and her cloth- r
Ubrary. i ing rumpled. I
S. author of the book is Police Identified her as Mrs. FOR
oLf. the bo. 1i Helen Rizant, 47, who reported- or
rc Lewinsohn, a doctor O ly owned property here and a- FOR
m cine and a doctor of politic- long the Mississip i Gulf Coast. I e ,
al ence at Berlin Universit investigating ofers said they E
'I book on animals Is the sec- were baffled over the fact that WSbU C A
on of a series, the first being she had apparently died at some -
th pular "Godas, Graves, ana other spot and had been drag-
ra." His new book la a ver- ged to the corridor. O
Its social history of the an- In the woman's purse, police 1948 MERCURY
mat' kingdoom from the pre- found several almost llegibly I FOR
d..of Ivilizlatlon until. today. Scrawled notes, one of them CUpe fo,
ad other new books andI bearing the name of a famed s r J
thj authors announced by the I New Orleans political leader. OVnly $395.00w
LI ry this week follow: Another item was a $47
-ficton: Animals. Men and, check signed by another prom- -- .
-t Lewlnsohn; Pet Parade i nent New Orleans man. llAQ iDrE IIV U
velt: Dynamic Motion, The coroner said when he first 1974 MERCURY Hip
me Study OGillespie; examined the body at 3:30 a.m. o R R H i
Si Rundup of Western Sto-'that she had been dead for sev- Sedan, Radio
i-- rndith; Tahltan Holl- eral hours. Seat Coversi
"ay-- Huntington; As It Hap- R. D. McDonald of Lubbock, Seat C overs-
Attlee; and Latin Tex., who discovered the body D l-
A mca in the Cold War about 3 a.m., said the body was .. I
Daydaels. not in the corridorwhen he left $ 00
on: Rocks and, Ruin his room at 2 a.m. to get some-
The Tunnsel of Love Do thing to eat.
*V A Wreath for the Enemy; team
The Twelfth PhYsi- HiNew MaO-aleF
S The Fall of New M rial 1952 FORD
t Gousmko Cold Poison Stea
: and ir. obb's Va- Two door Chas
Aids In Bendng Sedan Piz

Of Filberglss $1,095.00
SA Nows" The Navy's Bureau of Ord- -met
nance has under development 0 FO D. Work
: *Ianr as yet unnamed ma tol 1950* FORD tam
Sh produce new methods of bond-1% "L .FORDV. twa
;, I iln fn.rglas, which will pro-ill Two door Colli
h in ~I ..e lrAgJ e l aminates and tubular Seda Ro
S b..ap r or~ "It a o uperor strength "1 Sedan man
u se sei. des mltar use, Smad AF Y and
ia ustrial uses are indicated. Be- $7,45.00 st
: f ...............cause of this, the Navy Is seek- -n
Sof the many good ngs lug indrstrial artiiatiy Ia -
a bte cste te development of the materil9tF R8 te

tised',o e t p ot new rodcti es Four door ie

i ,, improved stren th-'
is turned every so oftea |us tl *raio:vi isihen ,na ltIAl Adrn

as Cash O .r credit. 5 rPTD S
Igiti ..S S w ports Sjhorties SMOJiVO 1
IB(ound l ac t h...e & 0
....1 e Madurosi. the 'tm at the r-M 0-P,

quitela bi -" c a

14a CeW al Ave.

s0 Street ida U
J. Fco. de la Oew Ave. No. 41

Via bgmna No. 34

IRAPNEL'S furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve-
AMLICH'S Santo Clara Beach Cot-
tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
..,. Oceanside cottages, Santa
:Clam. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panoma 3-1877. Crlstobol 3-1673.
ILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Cot-
toges--rockgos, refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa. 3050.
TER'S COTTAGES, amn mil* past
aonto Clara. Low rate. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.


R RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet in
lella Vista. Phone 3-1713.
R RENT;-Chalet with two bed-
ooms and hot water, unfurnish-
ed. Phone 2-30-35.


TENTION G. I. Just built modem
furnished oportments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
phone Panama 3-4941.
R RENT:--Furnished & unfurnlsh-
d 2 & 4-bedroom apartments.'
o n t ct Alhambro Apartments,
Oth Street. Phonq 1386, Colon.
RENT: Modern two-bedroom
portment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-
urnished. For further details coll
:ubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337.
SRENT:- 1-bedroom apartment,
ew. No. 96, Via Belisario Porros &
8th Street, Son Francisco. Phone
-2138. .
RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
rent, 2 baths, maid's room, go-
age. Bella Vista, 44th Street No.
2, Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815.
RENT:- Apartment near Canal
one $55- Must buy furniture.
easonoble. Call 3602, Balboa.
RENT: Cool apartment (for
couple) with garage. Call 3-3393.

RENT:--Beautiful furnished 1
idroom apartment. Via Espafla,
muse before Juan Franco.
RENT;--Fwurmised Opartmnt, 1
bedroom, kitchen; bath, garage,
balcony, $70. Phone 3-1648.
RENT: Furnished apartment,
Inveniently located, for -couple
without thildrn. Phons 3-1405.

RENT:-Nicely furnished bed-
om, couple without children or
ntleman; kitchen privilege. Coll
RENT:-Room to married couple
bachelors. Phone 2-5547.
RENT:-Furnished room, kitch-
gas, refrigerator. 31st Street
st No. 9, near Lo Piscina.

r offices or other businesses. 1,
sto Arosemeno Avenue, F. ICA-
'A CO.

podromo Workers,

spilal To Clash

Colon Cage Loop

odromo Nal .
se Bank


he doctors of the Amador
rrero Hospital of dolon will
t the Hipodromo Nacional
king Boys in a basketball
e tonight in the Claudia
e Gym of the Abel Bravo
'amond Toledano, general
ager of the Colon Import
Export Co., will toss the
the second game, the Pfizer
Ucine Men will meet the
Lnship Clerks
rnello Chick, rent board
f, will toss the first ball in
basketball laegue which is
r the direction of Francisco
be public is invited to attend.
ission is free.

Ihma Mmcs

-Bf. 'Veteran bank~etts star Bob
S Pierce of the Oilers OLDSMOBILE
r i d. The axt em inc
| .. .
Um ja


Ask your Dealer for
the New Weldwood 0lue 1


for Home or Industry
Sets in Minutes
Bonds like Magic
Packed in Handy Tubes
Ready to Use on
Wood, Paper, Cloth

eo. F. Novey, Inc.
Central Ave. 279
TeL 3-0140

Learn Ballroom. Dancing
Studio. We will be
closed from Aug. 20,
to Oct. 11
will bring back the
latest steps
In Paso Doble, Mambo, Guan.-
racha and that new dance
Cha Cha Cha.

Dt A. and G. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
8 IS and 2 6 pm.
Saturday: 8 12 noon.,
f.s PeriAvenue Tel. -13M
41 block frm Lux Theatrej

Packers, Shippers,
Tels.: 2-2s56 & 2-2451


adaga nsodtxM)*
We print all Mads ef Sport Shir
nxel-at. Miaeesm h Welkl
H St. Zast, No. s Tl. s-24

Panamanian Fanners

Will Join 60

To Train In US

IS) U.S. farmers will be hosts
to 600 young farmers from over-
seas in the next two years in a
work-training program sponsor-
ed by the North American Farm
Bureau Federation and th'e For-
eign Operations Administration.
The young agriculturists from
the American Republics, Europe,
the Middle East and Far East
each will spend one year in the
United States. About 200 will be
here in 1955 and the remainder
in 1956. The fist group is ex-
pected to arrive next January.
The program has been laid
out in cooperation with national
farm organizations In the parti-
cipating countries.
The Farm Bureau plans to
continue the venture after 1985
with the aid of farm organiza-
tions in the countries involved.
The LItin AmericanI will come
from Panam, Brazil, Bollvia.
Ecuador, Chile. Colombia. Costa
Rica, _Dminican Republic, Cu-
ba, Hbnduras, Haiti, Mxico, Pe-
ru. Nicaragua, Paraguay, El Sal-
vador and Venezuela.

Sample, hAe- der

The1(t y has awarded a con-
tract for conatnsctlon of a "pro-
totype mine hunter" to t"e
Consolidated hbui Car-
poration, New York it was
announced today by Rear Ad-
miral Wilson D. Le Jr.,
chief of the Navvy' Bureau of
Ships. The contract wat esiat-
ed at $1,782,107.

The mine hunter's chief duty
will be to locate mines and other
underwater obstacles, rather
than to sweet them, To accom-
plish this ta. It wilt be e -
PI with special types of elee-
tronl instruments rather than

DMecau the p a

tion between the am-
Stephana, c. of us

it willhawe a weedi-Bus *id
a length of 144 fee ltab a beaa
of 27 feet. and ae-lee4 d


Mf aior m
for 12 words

Fire On US Patrol;

6Is Emerge Unhurt
-Czechoslovak Communist bor-
der guards fired on American
soldiers patrolling the Iron Cur-
tain frontier near Baernau yes-
terday, the U. 8. Army head-
quarters here said today.
The Army announcement said
the Czechs fired about 35 shots.
Nonb of the American patrol
was injured, and there was no
property damage.

Army officials said the U. 8.
troopers did not r e t urn the
Communist fire.
The Incident was the second
of similar type in four days.
On Sept. 9 an Army patrol
from the First U.S. Reconnais-
snce Company was fired upon
by Communist frontier guards
near Lchtenberg, which fronts
on Red East Germany. 50 miles
northwest of Baernau.
Yesterday's incident involved
men from the Second U.S. Ar-
mored Cavalry Regiment's first
SBaernau lies 35 miles east of
the mbuical festival city of Bay-
reuth and 15 miles northeast of
It was near Baernau that
t American soldiers stumbled
Into CzechoslovakIa on July 4.
They were held by the Commur
niats for 12 days before being

-Judge Releases
Worried Juror

-SALT LAKE. ITYt-(. U )-U. S.
District Judge Wils WBittet was
Mtervtel-ing prospely"ive uJr o r a
here rcenuy wheno ma- asked
."be excused on grounds.sbaby
lmf and he hada prolm t

thInk a juror should h trailing
at the leash to get awa.
In explanation, fitter recalled
that -nce, when 6e was a p=actic.
ing attorney, one of the jurors at
a tual-had *avpressing appottment.
and "'he persuaded a the rest of
the jurors to rule against me" in
order to get away quicky.


HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 14 (UP)- gust eleven days late, Other
When television's expectant fath- wise, we'd have beet able to re-
era pace the hospital corridors sume shooting right on. schedule."
they usually have plenty of corn- As it was, Anne was in front of
pany. TV producers and directors the cameras three weeks after her
are as fidgety as if they were be- first born made his debut.
coming parents, too. _., .
In fact, nothing gives producers "That's notimng she a I d.,
grey hair as fast as "rerun ba- "Less than a month after he war
bies"-the tots born to Jeminine born I played 18 holes of golf and
stars in the middle of the TV felt fine. I have to give my doctor
year all the credit. He had me doing
exercises the day after the baby
To keep the show running, pro- arrived."
ducers use "reruns" of old se-
quences from past seasons. Such 'Anne, a neat 120 pounds, says
was the case when Lucille Ball she looks and feels better than ev.
was having her baby. It also is er. "My weight's back-to normal,
the reason "Our Miss Brooks" too, but it's redistributed. Actual-
will continue to run oldies for a ly, I'm better 6f in the curve
few more weeks. department than I was before.'
Things are different in the mo. She said the new addition is re.
vies. If a film star decides to have sponsibe for lengthy arguments
a baby she just forgets about me- as to who will hold and feed the
vie making until she's ready to go little guy.
back to work. Not sot he TV glam-'
or girL She has to stick with the "We haggle over his future,t oo.
Show as long as possible, and re- I don't want him to become an
turn as soon as the doctor gives actor," Anne said. "And Bob can
the word. hardly ait to get him out on the
TV moguls point with pride to golf course. It's the best thing
Anne Jeffreys of CBS' "Topper" that ever happened to us.
show who is married to co-star "We're already planning anoth-
Bob Sterling. She managed to be- er one."
come the proud mother of an eight
and a half pound boy during sum- ,ii l...a i
mer vacation without slo wing n u g O d VUStoM
down the show's schedule more *
than a few days. IS Crime TOdOy
"Bob and I planned it t h at
way," Ann explained ha p pil y TRAVERE CITrr, Mch.-(UP)
"Our last filing for the show -Police booked a woman for riding
was in March, and the baby was a horse while drunk and then
planned for the end of July. So I learned, after pouringthrough sta.
was able to work right on through. tutes for an hour that there's n~
"We thought young Jeff re ys law for such offense. So they
Sterling would be born July 22, but charged her with being intoxicate
he crossed us up and arrived Au- on a public highway.


600 x 16.............13M95
670 x 15............14.25
With Toe Old Ie
Mountinb Ielcdade, Fla M~ot- e
Lewest Pric em the Imshmi-
Every Tire Guaranted, hit ft DNeir

N o*. 31 Autembloe. ew TI.: a-U '


Scout News

Cabs of the Atlantic District
gathered at Pt. Davis last Sat-
urday, to participate In the st
Cub Funoree heid on the isth-
mus. it was the 3rd Ar event
for the Cubs and was run off by
capt. Jt. L. HUrlem, .hIef ludke
and an excellent corps of judg-
es, consisting of Capt. E.
Ragsdale, Chaplain Ralph Arms,
Lt. AR. A. Doulas, Lt. Jack R.
Albrecht, CW T. W. ODonnell,
R. L. Peni a Capt. Smith
and Neighborhood Commission-
er Al Benton.
M W. P. Gerard, Atlantic
district camping and actiUvities
chairman, presented the awards
and ares. Council campng and
activities chairman Russel M.
Jtones congratulated them on
their fine turnout and spirit.
The 60th Army Band, CWO Dial,
leader, presented .a number .of
selections prior to and during
the. activities.
The low hurdles was won by
Pack 12, Cubs Joe Coffin, Gary
Anderson, Ray Scheldegg and
Terry Webster; 2nd wal Pack 8,
Don Watson, John Creighton.
Larry Murray and John Burns;
3rd was Pack 1, Dick Carpenter,
John Wainlo, Charles Bath and
Bob Hammond. The Javelin
throw was won by Los EUzey,
Den 4, Pack 18, with 17' 8"; 2nd
was Mike Brannon. Pack 18: ana
3rd was Mark Tally, Pack 18.
The mile was won by Den 3,
P. ck 1, consisting of Robert Sul-
livan, Richard Carpenter, Rob-
ert Hammond and Rusty Fields;
2nd was Pack 18, Dick Prospect,
Robert Cassidy, Greg Gledzin-
ski and John Ricelo; 3rd was
Pack 1, Romero Malino, Frank
Brooks, Jim Riley and Tom
Robertson. The Shot Put was
won by Robert Hunt of Pack 18,
with a heave of 25' 8V"; 2nd
was Mick Barnick, Pack 19; and
3rd was Les Elizey, also of Pack
The 100 Yard Dash was won
by Pack 8, with John Creighton,
Don Watson, Leroy Reynolds and
Larry Murray; 2nd was also
Pack 8, with Robert Pool, Jeffres
Castillo, Rickey Versaggi and
Mick Jevnayer; 3rd was Pack 18,
with Jay Bialkowski, Mick Bra-
nick, Tom Ramey and GeorgeI
Thp High Jump with 6' 6" was
won by John Wanilo, Pack 1;
2nd was Joe Coffin, Pack 12; and
3rd was John Mcllvaine, PackJ
18. The High Hurdles was wonu
by Pack 12, with Terry Slaugh-
ter, Tom Dugan, Tom Belote
and James Jackson; 2nd wasI
Pack 1, Charles Bath, John(
Vaucher, Richard Ranchen andj
John Walnio; 3rd was Pack 18,.
Carl Van Kline, Les Elzey, John z
Sharatz and David Cral.
The Taffee Scramble was won
by Fred Newhard, Pack 12; 2nd |
was Rusty Fields, Pack 1; and
3rd was Ken Cooper, Pack 1. 1
Pack I was under the leader- t
hip of their new Cubmaster Jim
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rones; Pa4 1, CM. Jo9 Qof-
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Agriculture Degi To r41J*

Against Sabotage Of Food

tetnay took over the complex a f war. DistaM on to nmy
of ptectingAnerica's viKlotatod ba Wouldd beha.
supply from possible sabotage in m oncy b
cae of Word War state officials rerentave
President Eisenhower ordered of the private ood ust
the move last week, emphasizing An emergency a re protection
tha t th ,Ati's ood supply orgnkti ry Isinexist
would be a prlme target of en- enoe.
m bombers a saboteurs in Federda-statloal wooland
time of war. fire prptective services new coy.
The ~e~a meant said that in er abou thre-quarters the a-
case of a e.k It would use aboutution' stuoe.- and private fgoredt
I2,m scientists to= prevent anly ap'eos L
biological warfare disaster by spo Und present ans, f er
ting and curbing artificIally- would be h6 firsttr ot
spread diseases. against. biological wa ar- hef
In ea cetime, these ntists would report a uual disease
work In fields, laboratories and to loJautorities r coutry
slaugbterhouses to check th e. farm agents.
spread ofnatural crop and live. ort front m monthe 1 A
st kdiases. sie fts u th woulddiagnose ,5
The President's order also di- crop or animal disease and a sh
reacted the Agriculture Depart- .elp into the stricken area.
mient to operate two, other civil Officials 'believe enemy bomb
detenuse prograins-inaintanee era might spad such blight.as
of emergency food supplies and foot and mouth disease amou
roteton fru m enemay-a used cattle b dropping contaminate
res in rural areas. material from the air
One official said the United But they 'sid attack by agents
State already has an adequate on the ground is mre aurate
reserve foodupply in huge crop and likely. At the first sign that
surpluses built up by the govern- a plant or animal disease w
ment under the controversial farm due to sabotage officials said, the
price suppo program, scientists would call on the FBI
He said the department is con- for help.

US Lt. Colonel Faces Court Martial

For POW Collaboration With Reds

FT. SHERIDAN Ill., Sept 14 cpsion w h e n American POWsa
(UP)-A fellow officer testified to- were being transferred from one
day that Lt. Col. Harry Fleming, camp to another in North Korea -
accused of collaborating with hs and Fleming feared for the lives
Communist captors in Korea, once of the men under him.
made the Reds so mad t he y IHe said Fleming conceived, a
threatened to shoot him. plan whereby prisoners, if it ap..
Lt. Col. Paul Lyles, Ft. Lewis peared their guards were going
Wash., testified at the court-mar- to kill them, were to shout "Flem;
tial of Fleming, first U.S. officer ing" as a signal for an attempt to
to be tried on charges of conspir. overpower the guards and flee to
Ing with the Reds. He pleaded in. the hills.
nocent. Lyles said that when he and
Lyles, a defense witness, testi- Fleming first met as prisoners
fied that nt three occasions Flem- they, decided Lyles was senior
ing angered the North Korean commander in point of service, al-
guards by assuming responsibili. though both held the same rank.
ty for the actions of prisoners. However, Lyles said :he fell ill
He said that on Christmas Day and turned the job of leading the
1951, six prisoners escaped and men over to Fleming.
Col. Kim, North Korean co m- Lyles testified that he reached
mandant of the POW camp, came the point where it would. have
to Fleming "screaming" w i th been easys" to die from lack of
rage. proper food and medical care, but
He said Fleming told Kimt hat Fleming saved his life by making
"I am responsible; I am com- him eat and get some exercise,
compound leader." He said Fleming was a "force.
Lyles said Kim raged at Flem- ful" leader in organizing the pris
ing "You should be sh ot to owners into work details, and fight.
death": ing the Reds for. tce facil
The witness told of another oc- and medicsfeitzA6 '

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Broon od Mwaukee orders today. bther Atono, have n
nhai I moaUte gnt, New Yorbl been .t to tee league netil aprtt --- r -- u cedl
t a o the for thefirstntime In uap weef Nohem lakTI

t ae Wdd the weryed the oryan to take the a W member a The Natio. Leue the Nao Leae erc stil un
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ew Yorsio bpukee4' -, two Inro o er ntwl si twet m e .

11 *a .hga -5me on -If we take two out a three. r te .. f in e The Cevelad BoW and York tonight for a vital th eri
Ginasweeks adGiantsffiia oC6 eashT team w ity amtoOe cn-

he Sge a er s, the Braves will be finlahed," t the audenod ew i troit Lions were scheduled to ame series, and Grimm is con- thrl
In the on other major league eney sld. Itwe take one out thw the fis of the seasp.I- a p t.al game Oct. 3 tt "We certainly can catch hin

atp& "Mnda tle Ptt .rIgh of three, they st.ll wll be In no rehis teaD. The sponsor knck., re.a.land Aauni.ipal_8t- them.', he say?. It they lick us.. a at,
has alBlpt 91etere kind et shape. It we 9pen agatnt 2down the laStu um^d. But It the Indians plays in ell, they've' lked our beat" ner
over the Ti .mbtw legA. A Brooklyn next Monday . ght reee a prise doeMated t" World Sernthey 'io be at rrimm as Gene Conley and T
Browd of 114 te smaewit theme lead we havenow, i leaue go.me t a afternoon... Ithe Warren apahn will p itch the for
.ht attendance I Forbes wel be in." .. same ak.. Comnsioner Bert first two games aegaeiNa the
Shsto- awlef hingt hand- but Charles T(Chss entered in the league or ef the Natona Football sms ovr, iwaukGants.eePan
l;arm, unta. frIdi e.&%. clubevice-pre s-tweat- Iol l hevr aniager.Charlie Grimme 4aYv T

fek s stfeld d thewin eariwn Maye anatslntyo tide the haisebeen found a all eague National the football eague Naional League race still I
eIt y withtaff for the lBravel estreea t whie looking Coloalat withurane pb conceded ther American wide boht open. The B haves are4 K
in aee h inning gatart their Ca three-gai h i au enda Gu Tober avelando have alled nine others. Giants and beK
uvMa erooley Grimm fly re elee t with Brooklyn e ht MaSwep.lalthon onededug the Indian to haven't one be Wrooklyn. ewe

Over r'3S.tolt aseWn& t ile l etea ble a MutualInsuneofOmaha dians, and 'rBetting the yThe A's bemove infielder J,
fat Miwsa gfana s wh _t sa R.e. eored ms with a s_.- H. I. Hoe Company laut- laugh. The 8-year-old To- Hector Lope. of Oanama from
SNatonat att me I e. gl r Mays .eaue wa. hs 8ad ocal-5,, N ber lives In Pnna, Ohio... a their Ottawa farm elub. Heo.ue
for the e traght ye trA e hie two outf the oeso eemour Agncy inClevelan suburb. Bu he n ew or tonight for a vital w three-ort
thn a pee. the the Braves bra Will be the b reerd ts Fterau y Lu d ch York Yankee rooter, and he' op Jak series, and Grimm itcheon- D
S53 legead.i by Mel Ott I aon 1. out to hl& ne rs alg 1me.t when Bob Tr"ee, Artainly canrOle Ln

'CIte nl h m o ach tt. Due '!out esfra of the past sea-the Y started IInga ve Van Brabant and Leroy Wheat, j.
Grim6 6athe'p tt* h o thet Antonel w who leads the Cnuleague nnioc tveraalew"andre-tratp nh al recamed trem Ottaws.a,
sat he m.l .t iel k ind of shape. Itout, we ot giores ad ted ne e atmStanumbero w m u If M theInans ea irWell, eth 3cked our best" n R
crowd of li14 thewsm. rlt avera ame lead we have n, seen, w m L home rth day e a noon...the Firstbasen Joe Bauman tc the for

ift attendancea Forbes well be against Milaukme. Sem Son team a he er soner an at two anized a balt the
Inld history -_ saw left aufld-y Teams enteredhingte league for Pn ,l o the National Football Giants,

,oer I l a-.field winhisOwn MilwauY Std wh odes this aso re: says the f tall teams al
ghmge wWhoihsingled to11oore a CrA Mefll the ouly a wil make ways for a "dan Ite t Philadelphials ba'saed H
ipry Lih With v ther osCvete uveded in the first lu wit a- I0nsal ura ,ll thr ale oe. 1g. bought one player and have re-: K

farm aitl n el shutout an his third hitof the gam. pert, T ft endsor usToer also have led nine oth te d In and

A II throw .tothird ng e New members of the league n. T ril l rneIvut ,,,
-MaWff a r ta ftls a and another Mwak force ightd, L e conceded th W to. the I-

wghe I 0 R 0br aeg won first two rune Dave Jolt, who reliev- who will bowl wth Mtual of Omh
jret othe rad .ec. -ed _trter lim Wlson .s. th. ,M.ha, Alien anod Andara on, .the he A* bo g t e
f is, nvely, em the fourth, served a two-run homr latter aso from the Gold Coast, ed To- ole f Ianama from
Nafenl s aleGolf T ear to moky Burgea in the nins w0 oeal-leeathOer i.hio... a theirOtta farm club. He'll

or e ta. ar he boosted hia record to 9-h. y t teamn Majoir GaerSo will short-
ine A w rn Ma t Washitagton is at C seveland, bewl with the YorI.k Yankee rooter, nd he's sop Jack Uttrll and itchersMI
S dld i alts re as tslfto the lbrecordsemFuera L te past sea- 1= w. heIn- frasob Trifo, Art Ditmar, Ossie o.

e A..mca eau ,a- jthe be wig WteMutal of -. winning five Van Brabant andbout $e50-

In t Cnsonlatn flght, today with th Indians need maha team Hurricanes "Carol" and "Edna" 00.
al we fro Pro Antl onthree vic who leris to elnch the have hurt the Marlano Charles m
Grims old. A on the bowlersan the Major gtpe. llealid om Owae 0
my beat at tm e Tehe are e shutouts, victoriesfend hi hvearnedi t Win Mar
t e lic o run. . .avere with a 2.20 figur e mseen. Bill Inmisemer o e o m igrt, qaft ew othe First-barsean Joe Banuman of

obae.s "Gn tr.neo .pitched .tl .bal forthela. memes te eague, will bowl ti.e ehad 11 but 0,t Rowell, New Mexico. has won
1 igh.'Xorrow after- singles In th-efirst four.Dfute.ugs ofCv161a119 playera inIthe Lon horn LeaI-5e.
omut hisorsaide oen't plan to Colston, memberof MaxR.s nkema BatunaIsthe fellow who set
left- eWarren 8, I use Antonill, against Milwaukee. Stnpel" Son teameineoS2when ager' Casey Stengel",wast4 hUAg an all-time organized baseball'
-e tandMOs tA withmlar e edwone this ageCtproehipeIn, effigy froy the. front porch. record thlsseaeon by hitting 72rted

ea- V&MOM argin ever the Braves. ter the socres' fr noher half-milllion;dollar far as a win alone goes. Most of

z In 'r "o the betting Is on whether
Om BCharles can last the distance.
Marciano-Dempsey Would Be Finish Fight rounsaha sd (1ic-
voriteutodstop Ezzard within 15
rounds, a solid (1-21 choice to
Last of fv articles lousy one day because they had stop him within 12 and an even-
-ByAL WuiLL a unce at eu synagoguet money bet to end It all within
Ary o ius go aid blees, ay oX toeeight.
A WtoZldt'o ray. yn eerew'0use n al Tuale sBu at .Both the champion and chal-
11EW JOlK -.(NEA) -Every 1ny granumotner goes no towe lender finished work yesterday
nowe and t when the phone use ana oe ous, ou a broom. bat in their training camps. Rocky
os ad ick Wergeles, says, its eay" ves me e -who wound up sparring Bun-
lsidtek a-out t-tDaingI thtin bromandsnws t how Bo witpered off with wym exer-
Sh much comaotuon a match unce. 1 catch on quick na pretty lses. Trainer Charlie Goldman
'bewea Rocky Martino* n 4 soon I am dant i iur moy. I says the Rock welghej 188, one
overanw*en Roly McttO 2 ben i. my ja more than he hopes to hit.
Jack Demwy- would have d ap. very ialtg, u in,, t, wo Carles ttheh oinl pes to hit.
wl bus A a s aedo and go out to Charles spent the final da
i wea ai n a U- to a *Me i -, s -.,r-.. oYqr am. Both leave today for
finish, like yt head in tile old 9"eUne glory an s w rE mYor .
dtot e tnoreferee aro u. a sesluf, mew, mut e Charles will leave camN with
ansd a lt I", d own We toe hori. aae nutapI a slight boost in morale. Former
Jut . .h p1g. -veryoay else wouto y iii Ichamp Joe Walcott picks Ezzard
t. -ii' -r an a wom n e saw ue to win by a decision. Boxing
Sthtk about this Demp t Any was a t guter,.g i startedii writers see it the other way. An
because in mmind ea w- boowtag a13. '1au sot me In early poll shows 17 for Rocky
eclyause a b mi n ooXMagI& O De eu a for a and only one for Cliarles. And
last yem wwe'A eatea a. 14 of Marclano's supporters say
BAup wit y. "he'll win by a knockout.
Thi fh C 1 Go' Wa 10 talked about- confidence and In other light news, a rhubarb
hasn't been 011. rye n aloyany. i t;am paw pi saivdenus Is growing in Grossinger. New
over-ad see ao t 0 m. I 4 i asi oey fresubaia 'a re a est York. Joe Louis planted the seed
et my uwA- since the day I got mate w-.s iarry etirva n ku--i Iby saying Marclano "fights foul."
oR a boat. ft=oteoUMer id". Imorfe. Jowy an tree B u lt l oRocky's manager, Al Weill.
was born ip Ale-LorSraine a' eura.a We was gegng Laa poina thinks that was a foul thing for
went to ,l~ in theYorkville s e for ose return. anere twas Awi Louis .to say. Well says: 'Rocky
tion -t ewYork. n L toe nose. 'ela mean, we was doesn't fight foul. Nobody ever
I beul because I ws, going to comee out, w1&a aoou'~s iRo connected with him ever told
a dapper. a i, ,was feel A .n ,U p. ni Wag 5 yd I him to do any fouling. I'm sur-
.. aui., uAe a say, ajy guys don't p ised at Louis talking that
"a ic was geu g so et. as~-t eill explains:."I think Louls'
CO i VERSE I was uems t oget ..e tbu ness ent st eamed hit u.p
guy i oeu se a I-WA- 'i sa e *e .e ats w tet the press agent at the Charles
ii TA aU w an o get.ngM'uceu1 Mam iJbAe ano-more interested in
A ...d Charley aa -atA.d.his Wedesday ni ht date

Ahe r 'T Hea it. heIee B te s n sr against Charles at N. Iw York1

-t .sW.w s, o Ta we,., even me eutd be. -re new It, soc mc stopped te m vst be kidd hardy,.
& s% ar Iwwas o we- ae wHtIi me.w 4er. T asai ing todoear. the oe -vaumlwa havt, frome
'. redo MueA 1*hmodac t .a aow he w dw pt ofta
s ,_ ,A-TAS .( _=and bl. t and so d- Saw, thingu. l. .w.i s reah

Eialv. t .ea ir Mtr wsor a" m:l Rebad n"ade ca r tk- mWam -ra, s la ind tIy 1suse the o

1A A be"fr o w h a dn ei, suerin tde

3w tey i gm adasi- to heb ainrs, mYou bmw. es pes.Fo. *of a guy y. s onpt suI. vauoppr bedieves hi sport on -
4A Aha. 8bokw il aeteige ehewe or me. I yeop, ee's the aI4tae shampesa. &.fo



e Tonite

Teams W L Pet. GB Teams W L Pet.
New York 89 53 .627 Cleveland. 104 40 --
Brooklyn 86 67 .601 3% New York 95 48 -S 664. -
Milwauaee 84 57 .590 4i Cblcaga 91 54 8 13B5
Cincinnati 69 74 .483 204 Detrott 64 79 448
Philadelphia 68 74 .479 21 Boston 83 79 A4 t
St. Louis 85 77 .458 33 Wahington 82 47 4
Chicago 58 85 .406 30;i Philadelphia 48 96.33 3 -
Pittsburgh 50 93 .350 391i Baltimore 48 M W3 r"

TODAY'S GAMES Washington at Cleveland (I)
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (Ni New York at Detroit
rhe Camp Tortuguero Turtles, Milwaukee at New York (N, Philadephia at Chlesao (N)
ribbean Command basketball St. Louis at Philadelphia (NI Boston at Baltimoret N)
miplona for the s e c o n d Chicago at Pittsburgh (T-N)
sight year, tonight will meet YESTERDA'S RESLLT "
Panama Cage L e a g u e Open date.
amps Panama Cigarets YESTERDAY'S RIT.I.IT __ date.-
a benefit game for the "Mer- St. Louis 000 000 000-0 5 n" H AG Jl
Jes Casanova de Eleta Panama'New York 100 000 00x-1 8 0 HS rnIers .
tlonal Polio Fund" at the I
nama Gym on Avenue "A." Jones 13-4>, Brazle and Sarnm.
rhe contest Is scheduled to get Antonelli (21-5i and Katts. Stari Dills
derway at 8:30 p.m.
rhe Turtles took the Carlb- (Night Game) Thirty-elght stalwart Tiger
n service championship by Milwaukee 100 101 040-7 10 0 greeted Coach Palumbo upon
teatlng Fort Kobbe t h r e e Philadelphia 002 000 002-4 6 3 arrival at Strode field for open.
mes to two In a best of five ing football practice. Wednesday
es. Most of the games were] Wilson. Jolly 19-51 and Cran- afternoon. These giants, rangzl'
llers right down to the clos- dall. Simmons (12-15), Ridzik,'in size from ibs. to 180. wi
x seconds and ended with only Kipper and Burgess. Itry to muster enough power to
wo-point margin for the win- --wrest the Smoot Hunnicut Jam-
r. (Nlirht Game) boree trophy from Junior Col-
The probable starting lineups Cincinnati 000 201 020-5 11 1 lege, on the night of Septembef'
tonight's game: Pittsburgh 300 000 21x-6 11 2 24. at Mt. Hope.
CAMP TORTUGUERO Valentine. Colum. Jtalson (5- Crlstobal High lost a host of
7. and Seminick. Littlefield (O- first class players last year'withl
Howard Haas. forward. 10i and Atwell. Shepard. only six letter men returning.
cevin Duggan, forward. .iey are: Stan Smith, a taclue
en Robb ns, center wo shifted Into fullback whe
llls Johnson, guard I l0ona The FairWoy sCapt. Jody Roberson was njurae
lose Linares, guard. I and did an excellent Job; BU
] Price. quarterback; Ben Favor,
PANAMA CIGARETS its. our umbo tackle, only b
PWGA Monthly Tournament boy on the squad; bene Mec
Davis Peralta. forward. aughey at center; Tony Prengr
.uls Parfath. forward. The regular monthly tourna- lau. 140 lb. uard; and DaW,
uillo Arosemena. center ment will be at Fort Davis Sat- George an end. These boys -
lvde Cumberbatch, ruard. ulrda Sept 18. form the nucleus of the Tlg,.
icardo Sa.rtos, guard. CUb representatives: attack for 1954.
ScaroFort Amador Alyce French
2-1892. | These boys will not be able t
a fr AAl cr Brazos Rrook Dorothy La- rest on their laurels a there
al Il Mu eCroIx 5-51?. manyy bright prospects In l '
"e, ,, Fort Davis Ruth Tortorlcli Tiger lair that have given' a
a~inn Kaffir{ [3-2445. gleam to the eyes of Coaches
Jn' BSllfl fS Sl GOamboa Mpe Askew 6-372. |iPalUmbo and Moser. More aboul.
Panama Connie Gerrans the newcomers later as they prep
NEW YORK., Sept. 14 (UP) '2-158A. f or the Jamboree two weeko s
LEADING BATTERS Rodman Patsy Ryan 276- way.
based on 350 Offlell at Bats) Summit Betty Coleman 2- Each school has won the
1468. S m o t- Hunnlcutt Jamboree
NATIONAL LEAGUE If you call your club reore- Trophy once. They have to r o-,
sentative or Ruth Tortorici. it it three times to keep It 0so Bl.
yer and Club AR R H Pet. will he p her to make an Inter- boa High, Junior ColIege,
ider. Bklyn. 546 11i 187 .342 gtsni line-up tr the game. nd letie Club and Crit .a
ys, N. Y. s525 110 173 .341 to set starting t4mea whinh helos wil be battUin to et a
slal. St. L. 547 111 1i1 .,31 those who drvd across the lath. grip on the- a rd. -
issewski, Cin. BI7 10 19 1 33 mus. "
iler, N. Y. 572 83 Im .3 2 ? "
-- Doubtless, some of the first
rounds for the champlonshin t l t n l
AMERICAN LEAGUE will be played Saturday, so It IMI| Ie l rt l8
should be an interesting day. Don't suffer frea ( intu*. ftenm
yer and Club AB R H Pet. Plan to pay Of course those riv- Pile. antlor hour w.ihoIt tr4J
l, Cl. 523 102 178 .340 ers across the second nine scare ~ urbiln Pile mlw rl 3
ioso, Chi. 535 114 175 .327 some of us dubs who never seem Iaedz pa n ae ltohlig. HeoW i
ren. N. Y. 403 64 131 .325 to staY out of them hut let's |uqt I ,.'rluu.edlatssur ennSI. Ifelp .
' I. *I IrrT, t artatetd mbraels aJn allii 9 l.
, Chi. .'97 I 1028 .22 think f them as ball washers. ItI ouinear Ask __o D ijt l i _
ha, N. Y. 539 80 167 .310 will be fun. l.rid -ia ..


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third baseman and shortstop
of the Ottawa Athletics of the Let t pe e eole know the truth and the country is safe d t Abrahum Lincoln..
Itnternational League.

sou hearings yesterday as ed In connection with propos-wcker. McCarthy's subcommttee who I

WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP) bused" Zweicker at the Feb. 18 made up his mind on at least Inary investigation of the Peress-
Committee ended its nine-day- sure counts the committee studi- charge that McCartipy "abused" Zwliker later refused to tell
lold public hearings yesterday as ed In connection with a propos- Zwicker. McCarthy's subcommittee who u e
Sen. Joseph R. Mc C a r t h y ed resolution accusing the Wis- DeFuria retorted that he was responsible for Peress" pro- e rSto .R ic a n Nt cas
charged that committee staff consin Republican of "unbecom- "doubts the record will show motion and discharge. He sai l
,attorneys were'prosecuting' him. ing" conduct. anything like that." He said "In then and repeated yesterday
Chairman Arthur V. Watkins McCarthy did not deny the all honesty I have not made up he was bound by presidential
(R-Utah) gaveled the 'judicial' actions on which the charge my mind on any charges." orders. His clash with McCarthy e e s e
Inquiry to a close after hearing against him were based. He He said he and Chadwick were led to the,atormy Army-McCar-
the testimony of Brig. Gen. did, however, reject the con- available to help write the re- thy hearings.
HECTOR LOPEZ Ralph W. Zewker, central elusion that the actions war- port if their services are request- McCarthy, who described Per- NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (UP Ite did ot give any of the d he Natonal
figure in one of the censure ranted censure. ed, but he said the request for esa as a "Fifth Ammendment Puerto Rcant Nationalists in the tails of a eged plot to kl planned i
charges. It had produced few The censure hearings contrast-an independent counsel was Communist," told Zwcker dur- United States were ordered last President Eisenower ester as as attack th
The amount paid for Lopes of the fireworks originally ex- ed sharply, both in length and "something unheard of." Ing the hearing he was "not fit Octoberto try to assassinate Pres- day' testimony but was ex ted States Le saat
's not revealed. Lopez. who pected, atmosphere, to the 36-day Army- McCarthy contended that De- to ear that uniform." A wit- ident Eisenhower, an admitted totell more about it n test rop tpt the P
fie foot nine inhe and But just before adjournment, McCarthy hearings last spring. Furia and Chadwick felt It was ness said McCarthy also called former conspirator testified yes- later. cangovern to
weighs 1S pounds, will join McCarthy's attorney, Edward The Watkins committee did not "their job" to "bolster the Zwicker a "Fifth Amendment terday. Lebron, speaking in Spanish on Con ad ptle det
the team tonight at Chicago. Bennett Williams, requested that permit television coverage and charges." He said the committee general." The witness, testifying at the translated by an Interpreter, aid Theheldev
the committee hire an ndepen- refused to allow introduction of should hire an "Impartial" at- federal court seditious cons iracy his sr announced two weeks gsthNewYk d
DITOR'S NOTE: Lope, who dent unsel to helprepare the what it considered irrelevant torney to "look at both sides. Zwlcker testified he saw Army trial of 13 Nationalist, sad the before the shooting n Congress cgo before the c ssonal
- b "o thgsge frrst in deciding for or agis Bfr bgni the hrg refo
i star in the Panama Pro report which the full Senate will evidence. Besides Zwicker, the final counsellor John G. Adams later party chief also had ordered at- that she had been appolte r dent he said
League, ill become the f weight deciding or or against Before beginning the hearings, witnesses included two MCar- a principal In the Army- Car- tempts on the lives of members ty "delegate for e Un ed
Planamanean baseball player censure, .the committee took the 4 sepa-thy investigators, James H Ju- thy row, hand McCarthy a let- f the House and the Senate. states and everyone in the party
ever to participate In a major "I don't think it's realistic to rate offenses charged against liana and C. George Anastos. er from Army Secretary Robert it was under this order that a was to obey her orders,. l FA m i M I pl r
> league _game whenever he believe that any lawyer'can be McCarthy and boiled them down Juliana's testimony tended T. Stevens explaining how the small band of Puerto i c a ns He said he wasopposed to any V. l II l-iHIVIg
S breaks Into the lineup, superhuman enough to try a to 13. These then were lumped to confirm Zwicker'i state- case was handled, shot up Congress last March 1, plan of action nvolvig asias-
.*-~ .. ___ case and then sit as a judge," into five general accusations and meant that he personally op- He said the letter was deliver- wounding five representatives, he situation as "stu and minal." WMa I A t
d I Williams said. the committee confined its hear- posed the promotion and hon- ed to McCarthy during the noon said. / His sister promised to do every.
Sings to them. The Senate will re- oble discharge of MJ. Irvtln recess of the Feb. 18 h rn be- Gontales Lebron otoama y o r, thingshe could torevet any ac
I fl Ch in. McCarthy who once tried to turn later to consider its con- rest, which McCarthy hid fore MCarthy ques who leaded guilty to chargee tion, he said, but then p artiipat. O M AII
R e C h i nl Schallenge the qualifications of clusions. criticized. The much-decorated war veter- of seditious conspiracy and turned d In the congressional shootI
one of the committee members, Williams charged at the end Anastos said In answer to an said McCarthy looked at the state's evidence, testified against .I Y" S
echoed this sentiment in a post- of the final session that "the question that he found Zwleker letter and told Adams: "I don't the 13, including his sister, Lolita TOYO ept4 (UP)
II ___ hearing statement to television record will show DeFuria has "cooperative" during the prelim- believe Bob Stevens wrote that Lebron. Miss Lebron was one of |A ll ad Wlfne el minister Katauo Olasak l
Sm movie cameras. letter." the Nationalists who re on il L i II said today the Japanese gv-
flG f' llw WO "I don't think the district at- McCarthy testified last week Congress. ernmeht is studying Soviet for e
torney should write the opinion he did not remember getting Her brother said Julio Pinto
S_ on a case he's been prosecuting," ch a lttr. Gandia, Nationalist leader here A I Al Ar Molotos steme he
iU 4i ? McCarthy said. He added that *and one ofthe 13 defendants, e rpe" fo
K C Icommittee attorneys E. Wallace .wlcker told the esomittee passed on orders to Nationalists relations between the twocon-
ng I Chadwick and Guy 0. DeFuria ; he psersnally waes "ery m uh in New York and Chicago to keep triestwwo
Shad been "doing a very vigorous !' opposed to promoting and tabs on the movements of con-
S ob of. rosecu.ting. li-Ishagg eress. Stevens gress-men and the 'President by WASHINGTON, ept. 14 (P) OkazakI warned the Hou
W~atkns said Williams' request I conceded i his letter to Mc- reading newspapers. He said the Israeli Prime r Moshe foreign affairs committee that -
i Sep 4 UP) was contrary" to the commit-. i, Carthy that there were "de- Puerto Rican group was to be Sharett maintains that u 8. Japan should not i st
'KONG, pt.tee's position but promised to fetls" In the Army's handling ready to strike on a moment's arns-aid to Arab-nations threat- "peace offenve vta
SwChinaarpd today Otsn US. take It under advisement. Other tnotie. ens the of the Middle East. merely becauh.iibt
three Aking ittime committee members idlsted lZwioer, commanding 'ier The testimony g out He id in a copyrighted n- Japan
spleua idictedlrte hl o thm a Cmllmr N. Jat the whether Nati ste r. also terview with the U.S. News &
them e elves with the h#lp of the reg- -Ie was Iad .tteI made World Report magazines that "The I 1tin '
tieePsspiea.m dtcha had ordered
as.her, alsolo "l- i -II"I 'I_
an offal waited n id Chadwick and there, rls testified: on then.Prsid umal N western nations, inl the vet ls to Japan,
Sp tthe crossing. from China Mecarthy a aid hardwie and 1-The Army ordered Iierea' member 1950, when a op United Sates are "q r ment this time i ern
two newsmen asnd a sea c Deaurip-"can hardly write a slr discharge before the dentist was Puerto Ricans tried to a their their resources on the armtin that Itwas isued foi
l had promised report. e aoa e was s ueatoned by McCarthy and way into Blair House, where the Arab tates." harett was in er minister Molotov' nam,"
a r f .1. months of captive. disturbed by Watkins state- 'o. lcCarthy's staff knew it. President was ivingt the time.viewed in Jerusalem. k said.
The are Richard Apple ate thatt was not necessary -He did no recall referrin Preident enhowt was fish "The ivin of arms to J s ot
S.TDixon and Capt. Ben ga for all committee members to be t6 McCarthy as an "s.o.b." A ing in Colorado in October of last ates which refuse to makeeepndutbewe I
Slmnartial.4t* / 'v witness last week testified he year when the assassination order st at oes a prwhcium r t o Ite benefit, whether yRe
were expected t any tme T heard Zwicker say this under his went out to the miitntNaiir permanent wrfare anu lan is In line wit thepeac
n train from Canton, in line statement, McCathy said. breath. who want Puerto Rican n srael," he aid "The arms ensive or t t The for
h the official Communist ree hope he's changed his mind. 3-e had not intended/ in his dependence, Lebron testified. Isaele nan"e thr c s e offen e r Iretiy. hef .
ort that they were being "expell- Before closing the phblle testimony before McCarthy to be selvemischief" thi t rtate me nt, u n
p" p China. 'portion of the Inay, the evasves "arrogant," or "Irri- He said these armi force h-1
'h" t ""It cueherd tes- "-to taking. There were terms Me- arael "to increase our armaments
IOfficals suspect that the _" l that eCarthy already Carthy used to describe Zwick- by hook or crook, to devote even
rding of the statement and had anArmy reporton the her's behavior. a larger share of our meager i
a,'a nh mrui d ,.y m wue a r" M. -- H e did not recall lnhscuain = p
t rPj anda barrage fgarnst d n rcl s Fir On F resources to self-defense." He
agents". i nt..c an expiana loem Mcarthy lut fall with Mae. said his nation faesr"a ..stat of
-.- th Reds would try to ewlaker at a stormy secret Gen. Kke B. Lawton former .very grave peril."
Ve&face calg their action hearin last Februa dry da. awt Ide mouth, Sharett warned the arms id L5 I I
e ote rsMes. McCarthy had testified Friday I" 1 N r Saturdayii Wate Mtothe Arab nations willU not 4 e lIo IH )5
She was "reasonably certain" he GENERALS TWO Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Zwicker (left) chats he got the impression Zwicker used by the Arabs in the de-
Pep broadcast what it call had not received the report be- with Maj. Gen. Kirke B. Lawton (Ret.), former commander at wha "antagonistic" toward Mc- TOCKHOLM, Sept. 14 (UP)
ed a f indictment of eight alleg- fore questioning Zwicker, Fort Momouth, NJ.. before a session on the Senate committee Carthy-. Two Swedish fishermen refee of the lMiddle aestlM n The Navy's all-out*oe
. aspies for the United Statessay- A charge that McCarthy u"a reviewing dniure charges against Senator Joseph McCarthy. Ca t. William Woodward, portdd early today that pttial Ruseian ag e -AonAb--tifon program during 1968 e
o .rN Zwi's sall medical office, told e y t of sitting on the tfene l ye of 8.0 000 an
man. aimmwdengnes. De elM .aesr adte Mackele elar yeranAmelrelvusA( Idbted througou ohe
hn. ad rerte-d M LASN . pee.. o cu w o The Stevens letter, dated Feb. nabben" were sent to investigate l V UUV government agencies, the Navy
s a"lr tenedtr life T. L Mich., So. 14 ap red to b e biggest oher because "you can't tell what so. 16, was read into the committee the third incident involving -., announced today.
aeds alrena wnohie t --( )-Mrs. Charles Deibei, 26, problems. venir hunters might do." record. identified foreign ships in Swed-lA i UiPanala ael 'f Items n 10 r-
ame ndve t w o inee frm found out today that being rich Thousands of letters, each bear.- Arthur Sheats, a public account. It said the Army decided last ish waters within a Week. .- aW 9 r USll._ o ..m s no ge: S
d .S.e uld "to onlession rm has its problems. lg at least a nickel, were stack- ant, and his firm were hired to Dec 30 to discharge Peres. The Several "foreign submarines" ,uired b the .avy, rested in
teyd's hindwrotin?" feiured She wasn't even sure yet just ed up In the country jail. More open the envelopes and count the discharge was grated Feb 2 were reported crufing off Stock- I | sIl5e10 H0 .0 being returned
L on'. ase gu how rich she was. ut alreay were pourin with each mail. money. So far they've just been two days after Peress was first holm last Thursday and thel w to the U.S. Tre~ar. Cath scrap
Se rit here who was in Ja salesmen were pounding on her One mail oay brought min 30,000 opening envelopes andh a v e n't questioned by McCarthy and one destroyer Malmoe was dispatch- sales. of fertrous *a non-ferros
et dpI-" ooorverIa dori he was wondering h ow envelopes. gotten around to counting, day after the Wisconsin Repub- ed to search for them. It found Mrs. Alma Oaoro Undo died metals, paper, rubber, textiles,
wIth Reddid foe a e rc wmas muc of the new-found r i h es The letters were a response to "It's slow going," Flender said. lliacn wrote Stevens that Peresi ning. Then last Saturday the at 3 a.m. today at the realdapnoe cordage man lcelauneous Itemsn
a "d tes A erlat w might be ,taxable, and hundreds of a request last Friday by Garry "We're probably going to have should be court-martialed. of a pilot ship reported of hier sister,.r TMhyrta ~pI.- .E*, to '.- 3 .7.
-raed sharvers as i'- was pone calls were distracting her Moore, CBS television star, that to get some volunteers to hel ." Peress was recalled to testify hf.'adar screen had I-cked up lejn Vista del ar.. I r,. recovery program
Redoberersm d sai de.d or frm her house work. they mail a nickel each to Mrs. Mrs. Deibel wasn't sure what in public session Feb. 18 and re unidentified yeasels just outside Mrs. Lindo was a well known l3,000, pounds of used she
death. nd the Reds were Finding our how rich she was D "to mak her rich." The she and her husband would do fused to say whether he was three mile limit of Sweden', resident of the Isthmus and was casings w"re reused rel -In
2 hi condition -ettere started pouring in Satur. with the money. She said "we'll Communist. territorial waters. He said he Just on tqeve of her i0b iMrti- a gt**aited savlni of $3, -- ,
i People's Daily or-c I day. No end of them appeared to probably save some for our chil- The Stevehs letter said the thought they wer autasarin s da. 00. . ... ....
o t Commuetst re -.m be insight dren's education but the rest will Perees case was an "isolated In- but once again an Funeral services w hed- Atthe Naval Air Sta AlJ
I e os to the wor l Moore repeated hi plea for probably just have to wait until cident and that he had issued failed to reveal ay i trae uled for 4 o'clock thia meda, Calif., the
S aett ofthe "A. ^ -nicks" t oy, and Har. we catch our breath." orders to prevent a repetition, of the sbips. at the residence, after wbich the Department sold a
r aainst the Elem mar old Field Ba re esentative buid will be taken to Ooraas gaesalad bones thro
peo.le is Dinh LUndo is survived sist and

sfitsthnloedtew -week. Emeline Osorio and Herbert Oso-
n," the Dal- .FAIRMONT, W. Va,, Sept. 14 Flender said most of the letters rio, and by anotherster, t
9 C"t. i(UP)-Parents of about 70 cl i- had nickels. Be said ne had a Dagmar O. Naar, who- resides in
have intensified their es- dren who boycotted the Annabel- dollar, but Itwas the contribution Now York.
activities and spent lav- ls school at nearby Four States oha0a viewe s It awared the
to chiet/vI s an ipin t o spy because 13 Negro we e....t
So --acha in agin tdycg. tsawetereIfA.eetonreowhoaieweldreadywouldteon.i
ur smit.ted. kept their chdren home ta at least 4. Moore had es-: Eleto Infant Has
years U.S. spy organism- t a e e Polio; Not On eandr tat hared
ase tried by eve, means Officials at the elementary woold get $11,000. 1. .. / .irm,.t.,e s
large numbers gents school said the Negro pupils, re. Internal Revenue workers in serious Lst and i
Elements and assassins. turned to class but that, 70 oth. Detra it said on the. basis or r- SeriousList
e... ,e pupils out of t normal enrol- ports;they had received unofficial- at.. _v a -
_ Iment of 170 were absent. lythey believed the money would Aurora, I .nfant__a....ta.. _
be eo=4idesed as separate small Fernando Elets, promlife an- Iilhs
i -Armv The Negro children were e n- a- not subjectto income I. am buusinesman, has contrset-IMowlad u p_
rolled last Tuesday because adi- ax I e poliomyelitis, it has bee_ an.- I ,_
Red uc quate bus ttransportationt th e The whole town of U00 h astnuced at Gorge HoMpil ,. is i m
U nir- N. .However, the chld ii not on the .ol 3I duties
ednearest Negro grade school, the been excited b the event. Mrs. Howeveriol the child It. not oni o i
K Thoburn school at Inosngah, wasDo who t repeating I. seriously 1l11list ad. oo
I orea not available. ta n't= I said she'd like The announcement thaltd
to sped more time counting the d i o d --
14 (U).-The Marion County School t e herself. the1dea fam pol wa the
I W Ithins W. W. Straight tld the protests don't lIke mis aig ny of e t the death, from poof the I. u-
they are entsatame ast e citeat, Wt I've takes mother, Mr. Mer s a.
of thirdam theyr that ,ume Mononga P. e my two c e," she mums ieSeUL
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W Ude d to attd., but none aceepted y Mand ry f fI
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MSraldks saMibatld attempt put *a extras sato dl e o .se
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