The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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-Local 900's

Edward Gaskin

"We ae not going to spend
our time vilfying any Individual
or group or engage in name.
calling Edward A. Oaskln,- pe-
Ident of Local 9OO OCEOC-CI,
stated today in commenting e
the recent clash between Ti1
sad the newly-formed
ArmeZl ervis Loal 907, CIO.
GaHn l labor oranisa-
tuon s dmed to deote Its
entire time energy to ud-
up thr armed ert
~apster, instead of being 41t90
ed from this goal by a iT3S
Local 907 received a charter
recently from OCEOC secretay-
treasurer Milton Murray who
said the application was gr@at-
ed due to a "number of com-
pelling reasons."
About 35 stewards and acting
officers of Local 900's an
forces chapter met yesterday at
the Pacific Clubhouse to discuss
the all-out membership drive.
Tonight Atlantic riders will
meet at the Union oflee in Cris-
tobal to Pa their campalzn.
The oatun and C.robal
Chapters, of Local900, will have
their revlar Chapter zeeG*W at
the Rainbow CitY mMIum,
Friday. starttingat 7:5lPp..
Goeeral rsporto wll be gvSI
AN nfljdklf.

an am wovenmmel
S.f .d b tax r,
3 a sure"M
e uw "to cm" bat an int the es-
timated federal dedlolt.

Utod 4 akwaer
tl !-4eicretary O.etg ur
pronte at

.ae that r euthe Ad-

SBaOn it usual d uthbpund,
'i at-3 o'clock
Anon wiUl arrive In returu-
P tojr, :
T|^ 7UaMalUed two days lat-.
1 bees, tof the

Prince about anon next Monday
and will sal from there for
New York the same night.

An air search Is on for a Co-
lombian PBT aircraft reported
'ming on a flit from Tocu-
S men port to Man a, Nia-
ragual, with a crew of three a-
After a request-tr help was
received, the. Resue Coordina-
tion Cete s d an A-
9 from _thin morat-
j to Un a i .aof the
ar The p left To-
cume yesterday n0, was last
report en route ov6r Puerto

Uothe q S ut a.
p W iDmuns m cOec of a

s olat w a 1 att military
f[ l fe S r ommed by a a-

i.,.ationalr defeM -,
9e the Aiftftdll down.beforetw
fiscal year ends next June 30.
.He also- predicted that an ex-
pected improvement In business
conditions would bring in great-
er tax revenues to help ease
the budgett gap. And he said
the higher estimated deficit
does not completely rule out a
possible Admlnistratiom request
for further tax cuts sometime
Ip the foreseeable future.
-The deficitt estimate umped
In spite of a $3,0',0;0,0o cut
in national security spending
estimates. The AdministXatIxq
attrtbuted th e'Jper defit .to
a- d P o. abo^-43.400,000,00
In .he revenue- emate and
Increased spending In federal
activities, other than national
security, particularly agricul-
ture and housing.

USCA To Elect
Officers Sunday
An elecUon officers for the
United States Citizens' Associa-
tion. for the coming year will
be held by the board of directors
who meet Sundgy at 3 at
the Margarita Clubhouse.
According to USCA president,
Mrs. Frances Logmore, tt del-
egtes and alternates who were
elected to the board of directors
In July will institute the board
for this meeting.
All USCA members may at-
tend the meeting, but only those
serving s. delegates will have
the privilege of the floor.
SA nominating committee
which was appointed lust month
will present a slate of proposed
candidates for elections to the
various offices.

Air ,orc Coeonwo

Undr Cour Ma.n

For Alled Crimes
-The Air Force tday placed
court martial charges against
CoL Robert H. Orr, veteran of
World War 1 and Korea, who
w= arrested n As Vegas Nev
in July after a Series of alleged
Orr, born in Pittsburgh and
now living i Arlington, Va., was
moed today from Walter Red.
Ho1tal, where 'le had bel.
comoed since lat August .to
coinement a 3t eo10g lM
Air porce Base here.
The Air Force1said the .wurt
martial charges "include alui-
tions of unlawful entry, ho= '
breaking, larceny, forgery, frau-
dulent claims against the gov-
ernment, aA well as violations
Air Force security regulations "
The court martlt char
were preferred by the l00th
personnel processtg squadron
of the Air Force's headquarters
command to which Orr current-
ly is asiged.
When e was arrested in Laes
Vegas on July. 2 on charges of
burglarising hotel tooms, Orr
was administrative assistant to
MaJ. Gen. Robert Burns, Air
poree assistant vice chief of
The colonel was-quoted at the
In the Nevada ga mblln town
that he entered the hotel rooms
"Just for kicks."

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Admittance of 12 welfare, the CPl Zone snd who hia
youth and civic organizations to been actie in ommunlty Ch
the Canal Zone Community activities.
Chest, the appointment of four The-budget committee cofp-
coMuituUonal committees and pries Price a chlrman an' C.
aproval of Oct, 4 throur, W, Hoffmayer (l.8. Rate Civic
Nv. as the 1'4 campaign Cuncils); rs. Cleo Burn8s UI.
dates were actions taken last Rat Clvic councils ; Elvin I.
night at a meeting of the Chest BUtcher (IjI Rate Civic Coun-
bold of directors, h Iinthe cli); B ers.. Gittens (Local
auditorium of the Wih Wel- Rate Cvi, flc) and u-
fare Board USO. gene 1. Askew, commnhty
Agencies admitted-. to Chept Cheat treadir. In addition, t
aileiem~ruhl included the Boy five memblzoof the admi
800St, salvation AM, Girl commlttA Wll also serve with
Scouts. Local Rate rtvc Coun- the budli o ommittep.
cul, International Bo Scouts, Lt. CO0. WUilliam Drake li
U. Rate Summer; Recreation chairman tOf the public relations
5ram, Jewish WeltarerBoard committee and his group In-
1, Cristobal Armned. Services eludes Lofan B. Burnham, Miss
CA, International OirrMary Brigham, Mrs. I. F.- iWl.
IMouts, Local Rate umo mer Re- henny, abbl Nathan Witki
creation prograal a : Armed and Leie4h H. Davis.
services YMCA C, a 'neto- Additional members ef these
al-Margarilta Civic Council. committees will be appointed as
Will R. Price, chairman of the the campaign progresses.
budget committee, stated that
the representatives of the 12
agencies must submit their L BocaCivic
budgets requirements by Sept c
The constitutional committees i M
a roved by the boa lrd ued ToaightAt8
tibecampain admissions; budg- ** ight At
etWand pubnerelOMPOn
Chairman (man r) of the .The La Boca Civic council will
cam committeeIs P. A hold Its regularM.othly meeting
cae, firs t vice chairman o tonight, at tfhelr Boca occu-
the board of directors asd with 00 high tol beginningu-
him will be Gienvile Davis, Lta.. "t 8:-00.h ighsc l be inn
.Colonel WalterK G nor a and A general report on the hous-
Roger Adams. Ing question as discussed at the
.Russell Wise Is ch irmn of community conference held last
t Admssi ons M htich week will be tendered by the
includes tany CDR. representatives who attended
Alexnderl H. M Jr v, ,,lsnthe meeting. All members and
Alexander H&.CWi, Jlr.k mas residents aire invited.
Magler and William Jump. Wise -"
was named to succeed Capt.
Douglas V. Oladdlng, 15th Na-
val District, who ecen4ly left j I
(dt Note I fown

(NIA Tdephoto)
WUL AuBN TO iEm mpof po B t a poster urging ai to work tgeer at
Thmn mentay seol Waslrt pi ioob In the natWon' Capital opened
their to nno -bebain = a praB non-. ereeated bals, beginning th We Process
w. m iat mat wbeal s k i to b eonpltd wthn a ear.

(Editer'*s Note: The folowlag
editorial on US-Panaun r e I a
tiUes is reprinted from yester.
day's Miami Heral.)
B. McDermott Lqots Lt. Gen.
William J. Harris ver-all com-
mader of United States defenses
on .he Caribbeen area to the ef-
feet th t:
The strategic 1Alue of the Pa-
ama Canal In peacetime is so
great that Seviet Russia, or any
eher enemy beat on world ean-
etualy woeald aveld at-

ran interesting observation.
aB t-eiets a sharp revision in
e Hlitary appraisal of the ca-
adIn many ways wholly apart
from the defame eoeeps env.i-
sigd wha the einal was first
omeml to trefe 40 years ago last
re is anoth factor than
the ee value whih might de-
ter potential eemies from attack
in the esal u qeU dlver.
d4 and devastatag atoalm war
Wtbey rmake h m aam l mron
beimll w nm eves, fba is o
blme wod nMpbay brng a

- ",jp '" t V u. ren lt ei
th e tth e Ardt
Ta O ,.eeved offilal confir-
mationea the free vacation
tnml dMbL
Beth the Navy and the Air
Force were notified f rom
WsaMngte. e .lier this week
that the bill wru in effect, and
details were being worked out
Only Panama Canal em-
ployes o far have been given
e opportunity of taking ad-
vantage of the free transpor-
tation law.

d by crewmen of a
gunboat on Malrch 21, 1N, whUl
on a shakedown' cri d on Ap-
plegate's yacht Kert, between
Hong Kong and Portuguese Ma-
British authorlts witnessed
the selkre but said they were
helpless to take auttu as the
Red Chinese towed the yacht
up the Pearl River Into Red
The the three men were Jailed
on charge' of "Intruding" Into
Red Chimesterritorilal 'waters.

~, __ .In announcing their expulsion
S im Minier Sunday the Communists l d
J mme' Nnlsler the yacht, a "dream boat" which
win Visni USApplegato adbought ande
L A con ed, had been conflcat-
ASu os The U.S. consul at l eK
Aer- a -ni disp Vat ched two reprs natives
r to the border to receive the
DENVER.- Sept: 15 (UP) Americans Monday but they
Prime Minister Shgeru Yoshida were not aboard the daily train
of Japan will vISit the United from Canton.
States IV November as the ofl- I-..
clal guest of the 'American gov- Se s K 1
renment,, the White House an- Pryda Sees UK

Yoshidawtill visit this country Taking Over
at the Invitation of President L *
Elsenhower. The White House Leadership
said the purpose of his visit
would be to "renew.personal and LONDON, Sept. 1S (0U)-The
official friendships ,and to dis- Soviet communist Party news-
cuss problems of mutual inter- paper Pravda today y pictured
est." Britn as "taking advantage of
The Japanese Prime Minister's the. defeat suffered by the A-
trip to this country Will be part merican European Army organ-
of an extensive journey to Ca- Isers" to assume European de-
nada, France, West Germany, fense leadership from the Unit-
Italy and the United Kingdom. e States.

turned today.
Red China detled for
than a year alte. the meaM
been Isiz& tht anytMA lW
kown of eIr awhoru .

Year Old Boy

From RP In Gorges
With Mild.Polio
Another cae o1 Uao hbe
admitted to O0faam ltdL .
Panam Cty.-who ha a mild
cae with aught Involvement

Admitted Monday, he 1 8 e
ported to be doing wll.

It Fkgu m *
MNW TOM5 Sepl". a M(A

"'That is the ]ew leek.
do you think?= ItU lautI.
femait eaedaut-

,raid Eyes Treaty Negotiations
wa o oqika eiind- m a nulrn orte1. slsa U S snlal.


war to, so quick a decision-de- ma an annual rent for the 10-
pending on who got to unleashing mit strip on either side of the*
them frst-an enemy might fig. caal. It was set at $250,000 in
ure that it had no time to waste 1905, and upped to $430,000 in
on a diversionary effort of losing 198.
the canal to shipping. | When the rental was raised i
The defense phase of the canal, 196 this country also remounc-
in an atomic age, however, is on-i ed the right to preserve the In-
ly part of what the United States: dependence at Panama, and law
has now to face. and order in the cities of Pana-
Washington opened negotiations ma and Colon. It also agreed
a year ago with Panama Ron that the maluomauce and oper-
changes in the treaty between the nation of thbg.terway were joint .
two countries which was first neg- operative aterprises of both I
otiated in 190w ad reviseddn 1m36. government.
The Republic of Paoama now
has under consideration conces. Today Psasna wanted a rental 4
slons offered by this country. icrase. R alls for an d to
Here Is a brief condensation of the dfi'entIal-In-pay r ate be- t
the basic matters at Issue: tween .N-tetes and tVe
The United States pays Pana. labor-de..X Nes-- of ef

Marciano-Charles Rained Qrt

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (U) Thi cSi,, ed
round heavyweight chaiu but Wh" l"c d
pion Rocky MMeg4o6 au m r E&zwrd n- _
the Yankee Stidism t| po-Wp;
tomorrow night aneec Ti .'

sales at U. s. mmssarie,
with their low pries on- ods
which are alap stocked by-o..
merchants. A ,
Panama ipu it up to s
country to ream certain la
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Ataf -. n OUM COUMN WASHINGTON--(NEA) A doz- elanbow Ca ltte to Cabi of ers 1nd a
en scientists from the U. S. gov. ordlg further c forth S whies attached. The l.
Srnment's National I lsitute of fiscal year h1S5S. tear follow .
SHealth at Bethesda, Md., had tc T is colala .has been able to
W L B O X be given a new seeurlty check be obtain a C of the hi hly secret "Executive Ofiee of the Presidet
., fore they were cleard to tak pt an t document, which as. ur o the Budget
I~ --n the program of the Interna tio. orn as md A nmriea te dcon. sWashit2wia
The M Sa i as oes Iforum yo, niedeno r The N Pa s Amer- l Congress of Ciluical Patho*; '' earned Ameans two
-ists, meeting elot mies away i tI tmns
eaqvo reg hld go ad n awholy WIs binigton dl the week oi E. i1s3enhower means business gr af aiet S
e r eeo at asaul d s st epe t hed s dIesdter m e year Just eo se
aprobeed witi hlis- aIpt to i do- esm budget reSsue for the dse
S, ,ND eLTON L government's paro e v m some n s s b a vff a ti t eaxd d ded lSdth i
ani _in r t l whdndg curk n the of lsad rur$nlheOffrs mad tu sma idatha tta y
t a pwuml ms se res scientists to go where tey please 2. T h w.bles o etrecdTo
Is m.N o s se h2.ur h m. ere Wilbe s onar e n t ml
result of- system't up to beck next year. ._:Aend weJaresoftycoM

at woirrectve Ywarns Aer n s m ds h Cabinet o fRicer pl 1.b E ditr wa-
i thitherer nohI uandoabou t noe ea e on o rl au an, Th e ster lyworded der-aSrecret budg.n
S of RigULht AND hereGULATION goingmake any abroad or fore ignera cor eat diretive ars ai cu went a s on
Slag to the S, horh.i natn o aRur...... arlr lc a Vet AN THER D B
Story of a communistic state public shoolin rated avbythe Unailable city But this donferencest a w erans te et
Bno property hr ng than personal such s automobile, clothes up for checking these' movementsH a housing Ad M on, wulc ol Cr i and Mi

go etI rent, your kids n till r o to n school at no extra _fo hat amounts to a 2h-cent : Utherto has rin nt several hse- balanced budget at to rates
fu ture; th money have n contver al things connected s as regard bus ride from Bets, hedat simply to Wash dred million dollars each yeare hasnot etn fi
their personallive or livelihood. The rent comparab e told what they go changedto make except for cret inowr o also wars cal eare
do what they or an buy, how much to pay son tha heir chldr There isn't anything that can inet members to withdraw r it and another d
may mo to public schools. Their rents are raised when Itaxes possibly be secretive or the Ute e frontm n eot which can be in prosper for

toe aid out of it yet It is the same amount as would be paid about pathology, wch is the t. n red Tax r dueV wat ,In
here su fancy. No housing s available unless ar they pad hav ere. ence of disease. A patheirologisthad toh hts t nessee Nevertheless, the
ty.n o branThey are even told where and with whomthey brand re- geon will give a piece o diseased "PR" ET cotior of the
M at work. You are not allowed to fraternize with your the others pathologist to erecenhavet sesin o g e 195f budget-on which a ry

ua fo to time one underbids the other him what's wron with it He A I A at member are also work I already unde way.To
he managers of late. You are told what you can do at work Fortunatelyexample, that an appe x has reduction," and nd review of reron of

a well-pfid Krocery clerk on the States. There ia not even a good been cut out for the $10 fee and this year tor more long-range c aopl d bep n-whic Mh vbde
ue Ou don't do t monthere I nothing you n ot because it was infected. a b A dor hurt in this a ts, tbey sbmision a ruestedm at
osthe Bl of Rights applies here. If you make any remarks cm Heasing. All theNationa In .anea os ,- ortg e i ade to the
your bos you are subject to dismissal for this heat Among the Washington scientists aeto today. Bureau of th.e Budet by Sptem

ls n e reschedule every commit who ad tho be eared fShor this in- -- then lo an s to sc=giubr 15oc.
wn. Yet one can operate such aid these exceptavailable the state andfor u t is doects of their papers candy to see at the Chicago name wth it. I was vicariously ing m when he is wounded, osy aie Feel "st tents,
oTh o f 4t mall part of the story. It's no wonder the in nontechnal language, were hoods were stomping each other thrilled when somebody, still un- but good enough. In any case it's ture d condhalffth tonof your fical ear 1 budg
Sdo up to the S.A. when we run such a co- these: ain, although my estheti life found, hot the eye out nongovernment scuy g y a fair enough analogy to ga ng yr.- hi the

t there very noses as an example of how Dr. Chapman H. Binford, varia w be a little more drear with Siegal. That cas for a pride of killings* January 1, and wil not affect any lce d a ptns t
Srent your kd still go to school at no extra -for whaor sot to death and whip is foamountto 2r laughsealonal criminal i the cout to Busancef
ri tnbaorley covers al things connected, bus ride from Betesd to Wash- och I
Not so here. The rent s unn, compare long, and now s comparable but the money goewas so nice ntor the ops in kill another professional rimal, dr into trte e nt
id for maintenance which is done only n the new housing There isn't anythin mi c and men. there wont be many of the those days when the bad bo ou would be so ve happy as pinnet membe to wthra and another
S e tely. None goes.for shoolin eorapg, and there are no taxes possibly be seretivor subversi out bothering the law and the and the Calico Cat, who ate eaive fer to whom all particularleer To ad yous further in reparin
to be ad out o it, yet t s the same amount as would be paidewspaper that E eto Rowut a new group of viruses taken over prva enteabout the osd gangsters was that it saved the state a lot of time asmilation isn't le, but it graph rtatothe at o as approved tale celng set forth
A.ere such things exist Ah yes, income taxesbulare paid here. you eft the Larry Fays or the and troube and money and testi is nice to be gra for simple onth Tnncaralleyrent below as the maximum amount
The governor s appointed oun from the ag of 17 to t ract disease. Dutch or the Vnne m y that might show th he justice when you read of another was strue tocut reveal content with the Prea en'
utoresee called commlssarles, There Is no large selec- In an operating waid the sur. Authority,gB0gvwlli.Dam, andmIth
SM brands available. Very seldom does the same brand re- geon will give a piece o diseased oloP..o n In the ie latrI s of the adofter It sampone dseasFoodss bought from the cheapest bidder t imsue to the pathologist to have In matterRUNIN of prine budgetl-Obwehich pl iary
uaour respectfullyme to time one underbids the other him t what's wronust had t a withddnt bothert.e in actual fact it is nice if you So Pretty," got sugary eviews in (nserted s a paragraph on the

S- E. A. otgomery The more doctors can freely ex. find something to cut his initials Exterminators usually came get them with the goods, because London ... "The Paama Game" new obligatory clng-a different
S The managers of such storesre ceive salaries most preerablewit change inform action about these on. from K. C. or Evanvlle orstruct wo nders who d Marion paragraph to ech Cabinet officer
e for example, that an appel sub. place and they left town tredue same ator. That makes two down. Colby with diamon e a rings. and this paragraph, which would
wepaid ery clerk o n t he States. There is not even a good been cut out for the $10rs o their It was healthy. The St. Valen- day they arrived. In teee majority We have idolized te crook n --- Identiy the name of te Cabinet.
election of amon the canned g s. not because it was infected more tine's Day massacre in Chicago o big gang killings tRerding nxt years cutee was no this counts,, and sympazed Fire Island writers fi officer from which this came, t

e tting Aro and rapid will be the conquest of dis- was as salubrious a bit of house- real motive you could hang on with him wch might be one of gered a way to o wit t he gen therefore omitted.)
Post Office are the latest things. Youcan nt b uya moneat did it, because he te troubs with t y idiots darmes. Hired a terry and cruised
tr in theV Off ice. You must go to % buldiii for.bils that Among the Washington scientist budtsdlector today. Bureau of the Budget by Septem
and certainly no innocents bt tmuite got paid in cash and ack of all weekend. The Brains Dept bwho d to be cleared for this in.ur budget for 195 should
SInter nation facilities aed athology scientists co dust. ke Al Cas hapone was heal with y didn't know who e was working heroes. Bu triko me a rook w as hind it: A Sunday supplement cover threment
w n. Yet e can rate such as these except the state ain the subjoveremphacts of their papers, candy tme e gave the ere onial for or why. He was a s hooter always a bumself, whether he was a wounded t money as poible from calependest of st young the eara-
thl mall nervate whentorwet'runsuchndera co- t hip and sechnurit clearanguage, were hoods were stomping each other thrilled when somebody, still aund cr but good enough. In any case it reducing the scondhalf bf the t of yesfiscal year 19 bud-

e edpoW t USA become a roadblock to rogressu sa te. Wh en it came time for te then he caught th e plane out and Frank.Costeoo, a croo lke Serge g tack at a recofis l g session. Sore propth oei eor nM wh l becob i
e r there very noses an example of how Dr. Chapman H. Bnford, vaia speeches, Al stood up beame d, tlifeat was that the eye out ofRubinstn, a so tax attwo band will not affect anyte deredonly when theyand aressumptions setes

SW orry U S e .Neb., president of this Internation. and accepted a baseball bat from Self-extermination pi a wonder collectors, a crook ligse Capone Things Mean A Lot Dapt: An l aryecsoIe n con;
oprt.What a kid t rotate s o p re Cton ss o n Clinical Pathology, an aid. e as Cherryat his business ful workmanship you seoe I is comforting to think that government s pendngstress during the forth n the attachment. This let-

ni d ,i(B b.) tR a S Put itihis address: associate to death with it. is best exemplified by tee wsor1 men. A crook 95 a crook, and 6e Kille Terry Moore's secret 6plemetal i needed because
on et st oundleaves regularly. Dr. Sidney J. Cutler, probability in it. Poor, der Mr Che nose days, when punks kick strangers you could induce every profess present eeton campaie tough er foreseeand the attachment are for
Son tracks 19 Old Gree k 40 Arabia, got c aner for s atmoerse free from cause nicely llegitimatefor so to death and whip girlbe s for laughs sonal criminal in the county to eust in "Eternity") and lovely original budget subs sion asould
S Something to colony around in Dr. Thelma B. Dunn, ompar ilong,to learand now so dead. Before It was so nice or ae s Croin kill another professional. crime ma Ebsedrastic bud are to mergerts con to be f re ansed shoutside
4 Passage i totison- of lesions in mice and men. long there won't be many of the those days, when the bd b o y a you wouldbe soverystance inull (of e include a te e a ton s,
n wth 24 Half Station Dr. George L. Fte, leprosy pat- old joyful Capon hoodsleft at took care of their bad boys, w the ase of the Gngham publishing it in full, excepherthe

ISBs ln45 That girl's 25Medley 42iPierce asltrnce do we have that medi. | o ; m b an wl No 1- H i ar h rovon
Sterns related to geography.i o l. out bothering the law, and the and the Calico Cat, who ate each fc owns a chparticula r of New England of Budget Circular No parin
Dr. R. Huebner Vegetable a W P 27 AchevenOne thin that was so nice cops never cared a hoot because other up. Unfortunatelytotal sef om P i arour 1956 bu t, the

Dddr R. c. Hubne? licnyand W.Per. was si anenth As "d n ew is Y one parns
A.1 Fish eggs mber of the Jamica Constabulary, wishpets es The ibl way responsible for respiratory f you left the Larry Fay or the and trouble and money and test is nice to be gra(Garys teful fr si andmp mon this ortcuar department below s the maximum amount
n 'as npa to you Nativebor n 46Inathiso t ract disease. Dutch Schultzes or the Vnne money that might show tha he onustice when you read of ac ut. e onsstnt

~ISI rA5 Isen to 10b nish i Japanese 4r Volcano own delegates to tbew soet ing is MAN ABOUT TOWN from a to Chica o model. Ed. Times confirmed oar buT.&T. pro. eys. PBt aream theiot O fc as ap rv e e
t arod I Wo n shrt-stieo, base and soft- Dr. W.C. w ue r, ocupational Coils alone long enough. some to enct captain Ewas getting his 'galg killing" "n the ppape r.w- .a....... a. hi
n al diseases modern es, coming or the other waPeck isbound to et beauty, this week .f The co ul flay In matter of pin e Ie ow sw *.. h
w...Tehade s |Io Luee ... ... from mp e tcides, detergents, forth and e in his' amnwyokl sm h aas et an for t r never t to prosecu any hood s ta eor .. Across Jessie POyce 1Nab ( )e b-ednt-
L m'-a soprays mbout thes p amount of steadiest datlik e givis Robert Stack .. a 16-year-olrid girl. His second rape vester is interest offack Truck hiehrb t Landis' first b ork "You Won.t .Be r9be aa ed. om

93 Old-time |II I trael by membes of the U. S. Frank Sinatra gifted scads of ra.. The soon-due ard eR News Item: "Lt. Roy M. Cohn mer lull eby wfat sob'ned
Yours respectfully, kid. He ust had to a they ddnt botherinactul fact it s nice f you S Pretty, got sugary evews n (Inserted s p graph on the
A. Motgomery The more doctors can freel find something to cut his b and are flir Exterminators usually a m e get them wth the goods, because Lononn... "ThePaama Game" new obligatory d e
P.S, The young girls If they are unmarried is most preferably. change information about tese on. from K. C. or Evansville or some- you can then eliminate the elimtin cast wonders who gifted Marion paIaraph to each Cabinet officer
.A checking far more technical ing sub Mrs. Jack Benny h place,and they left ton the same on to do what makes two down. Colby with diamond earrings, and ragrph, which would
Answer to Previous Puzzle jet was n the det50 papers on their It was healthy. The St. Valeving ay menctaey arrived. In the majority We have idolized the crook in Identiy e name of the Cabinet
Wahethe r the more tine's Day massacre in. Chicago of big gangthrower killiomngs there was no t h I a countrtant-d sympathized Fire Island limp-wisters fig officer from which this came,
i ro rapi will be the conquest of d was as salubrious a bit of house- real motive you could hang on with himwderch might be oneofered a way to ouwit the SIDE en. therefore omitted.)

Sr te person doing tle trave ng had have the glue out anybody ever saw, the J that did it, because he th cy troul h d a .
yone attendingnational con the Giants next year .. Fran Geo. Abott, went to igcan .. Phyui dts C a rmes. Hired a ferry and cruised
inference n te U. S. requires no Warren and her mate will be 3 in makegot paid in cash and alf the time today. They may Toes") all weekend. The Brains Dept be-t
nI cleaanc Inter That's why many scientists com Jandust. Like Al Capone was healthy didn't know who he was working heroes. Bu (asst m of was hind it: A Sundat r et

n supple InternaeonaL conference in the Magician is givin Betty George 21) left beaucoup baubles in the Palace Theater) re secretly e-
e 5 Fruit drinks 1 plain that overemphasis on censor- the time he gave the cereonial for or why. He was a shooter always a bum, whether he ws a editor ... P aet of your dprt t for th yar.
the7 Enervateship and security clearance may for a backsliding busins asso- and they paid him to hoot androok like Al er Hiss, crook ie man n Tunean Alle ew his Estimates for s menp-
b.) ecomeuth tht shut andock to ainrogress no ate.When it came time for the then he caught the plane h ut o han te Set ito a like Serge stack at a reco session. Sore p6 will be
S1 ts part in Ie program. Father Divine has a big problem, ulr in the U.S. oare to e ,d trndmeed ihs new r ae t a attwobigband clef ir te

to-a One of his Rosebuds is blooming. Rome. Tinppr Baleoptka SAbala ... Ti s l
S2 Brother of al Cn ss on Clinical Pa ogy, anaid Th e washing at his business ful thing to use on beasts, and or a crooklike some gre .Y. songstress al self at reiOn n or where the
ompa kid ain ib.) put it hi address: associate to deaite Arit i s best exemplified by the wild men. A crook IL a crook, and the en Terry Moores secret lementl eeded because
around 3 Ways f "We ,meet as a group of scien- I have been saddened by. thedogof Africa. If a dog is wounded cevjhsays that nothing., makes a love is a famed coast oilnian-poli- of-evelopments whici were neith-
1 o getting around tists who have-,.)ecialized in medi- death of Machine-Gun Kelly, be-Ihis companions stop and crook of him e;:cept mIfolin ti o ... John Dennis (the t6ugh er foreseen nor foreseeable. The
13Arabian robe on tracks 19 Old Greek 40 Arabia, got cine, in an atmospheretfree from I cause a really artistic effort went Ieat hiMq alive before they part. because a lot of people ma "Eteremty") and lovely ontainafimudgubmssan should
13 U4asplrated i Something to colony around in government restrictions, military into learning how to use a chopper I That is not quite so perfect as Crooks, that is. ..- in "ma Ebsen are merger-s loperts igin bg sm issin should

,o o inolud di aUefuture-no ae can a seato mnosionn sa r na B on W. 41st: Th
14 Passage in Ae get down on 23 Pay pIoetically censorship, or the security surveil. .s t. F n ce ) (n d ( f t eu we a t hr o Sa n
b" i witskis 24Half(prex41Wilts lance osec l u hw manwill wedNov. 14th.His clan are req d under the provisions
l0Decrtung 6" Certainly 26 Weird 43 East Indian cine will continue to remain out- owns a chain of New
fl Closed, rv- r 7 Vegetable 27 Achievements islands side the domain of security regula- .. stores ... The Robert Kramers
j 20 Stops IettS 8 Climbing 28 Tissue 44 He its tons, secret police, politicall re-. Gloria Vanderwheel of "Wish You &iceiely yours,
Lr d stems 20 Solar disk around honey atraints and the like?' "i W ere He.. Maria ROWland t
Ill Fish eggs 2 Inflammation 31 Saltpeters tee The way the U. 5. government CWa ite ', Wooer (Gary's ehtr) and Joel
22 Lo(suod( fMx) 33 Native-born 46 In 'this place got into- giving, d le an cs to its -- -- .eCrea's son Jd y are -heJon-
10 English Japanese 47 Volcano OWn delegates to this meeting is MAII ABOUT TOWN from a top Chicago model... Ed. Times confirmed'our IT.&T. pro eys. Both are in their Ovaltoens
d Adam and Eve county 38 Covered with 46 Ooz the e story of red tape which, Baker (editor of "Hit Parade") diction (on earnings) In t head-. Janis Paige's ex-husband, F.

~anahad's I operations committee me rshotexec-B.6Sta4wyck'ssmash was arrested for .. itJa large py... hotel (thie other mide-of-the- POLK,

time a estrangedo husand arer flir- inSoth Ame rcabs wa G toi, th e nws Bi as N" -. Aha ie"i

______ v FJOJS taelk ...- Israeli (with Washington1 will r~eeive her mapt' hul .... eon ou 'wit a ule ou-- it

approval) will crack down on onnor award in Pesarts Sofbt. -V to end all coantests" ." CGre
P IA some Americans accusedd of black- .. Margaret Ttuma'sa Gr AW
steering "aid" in the guise of the Cqo4y was Roy ,ha the qvers over
charity. Offenders' names will be Wealthy Roy Croete l s wi wuhrer lan a reed a -soeldr
A AM AM R AN published vi the Israel Gov't (wo flew back) fu" oa Arpe
lacklist... Two officials of N.Y. sed last W BSe ht owfaro' Oleg.
private schools will be subpena'd Langi erew will play Th* r
y a Comm. about allegedRed at a he pod LI "Ktlmeent the Ru Fund
AlP U mbership (Initals: R and H) "FrTsy' which d a i
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it on wtq to d about VGal Adams of the 'Can-Can" knotted.
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B found gednral advice in
pickg d car tor a fur coat
has bn assembly by the Asso-
d fa g Mggest, .t*at when
yes go so -by yoear oeat, yo"
troy K.= eor mere than appear.
Make sure that it will be com-
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houetp ma be,-Is roomy enough
for e of movement when you
paw e ,xhen you wrap t about
"O- yu've got- the coat- at
home and It's all yours (paid for
or not), there are some rules
that wU prolong its service and
good Wbk.
Never, for instance, attach
either jewelry or flowers with
pinl tht wis penetrate lthe6 ur
skins and b the top hair. This
SappI ,4 handbag too;
that _a-sC ge section of the cot
Is at tly rubbed p. I.
I's e to old a newspaper or
pacs g. h band rather.thant
close i.wr r. f b
It w ot i bould be t with
you f'i it'Srai or snow (0Ia't
put i.t us-,, a radiator dry
when. 7ou reach home. Hasg it1
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theater e, make sure
It's placdO a oer. Other-
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placed on a
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the coat ouv a ou wear
and tear iW it push-up
breaker b ieeve is
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wrists. I
When your fur coat is not in
use it belongs in cold storage.
Pick a reliable retail furrier or
department store. And ask about
any cleaning or repairs before
the coat goes into storage.
Finally whenever you need to
freshen the look of the fur, shake
it briskly. Never comb or brush it.

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Mrs. Frank Dowling have a bird
dog that gets practice without
leave the bouse. Mrs. Dowling
recetly made herself a had trim.
med thpheasant feathers. Very
time she wears it, the dog comes
to a "point."

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repairman called after the Lu.
their Ray f smelled what 1i
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NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP).*-
City officials In Mon
Ala., today denied theyn 1
S.W'TV. IFI W TIT the Sept. 16 Ilsue of the-
1|., wv' ~tective magazine, t editor,
a- \- o Janmes Stewart Gordon said t 'he ".H1
i.. t club peipzmers generally of land between Gulf and the ubotion would nt go P sale
Itcare b when anew Bay and he's healthy, app sy MNnMontgamery. .. 8.
is uL Tir interest in su.tanned. Few roadway produc. Gordon sid ale of th m e
is fairly emote.!erscanmilksthat sttemnt.size was banned bemuse of an a"
S ihe]ad. lea ie, Damn Yankee
o oOf a 15-mileaong One of the honored guests at Home. which deals with m
b7iliq-4" across Tam- the opening ceremonies weas Rica tatment" of ilrt at nearby.ewI. "-'
lsy in Flor Deafs. Mis Greece. After her MaSXwell Air Force e .
I .ay'J *1^ unsuccessful try at the Miss URI- Montgery Ponce c i-
Sreason is simple. Tampa verse title, she was Invited to Flor.- silrmlANam 8
has always been a bottle-neck da by the large Greek felony In ." or p e .
theo.-oaddownthe westcoasteof the sponnge-Lfi hfcon mmnimnltAy, giU nu w es .my o'fie u
MotoraiJnualloy steered Tarpon Sprning. The bate h m o 8 m .ofc
rf the tp ecauseto et New YorkoOlumnists down for th quote me as r saying o
uth dg, t h e Day, t bride opening bad ftn talking order has been t ndauod that
SM1.1drtl5os oft, with her-and she had fun in umno such order will beisued to "
% 1 *M df..odon sld Leo 1. Loevin, ( ''

.it's aese reporter asked Marily tetive, had been, there atened
2 t took four, Monroe ishe wore silk no- wth arrest or replss If the
UItees. wasn't personal-but magazine as on sale.
w,=,t .any new 800 sIlk worms that vol. a-t Levine said In MonIgom-
unteered for active duty. ]in"it he pr ih? the ~* wedding 14
AI, D- a -- decision not to dibute solved I Yes, if the
g pUtqe.btlie She kept insisting that she was fagaline "because of the I local 'Giluert MH
Lkborn in New York "at 80 Wall flmmatory article in I.t." o. .l m -. ,,
west Street, 13 rd floor." Nobody could for making -
with break down her, story, until she "I told Hillman riodlea f o e peakn i ng In.
ktoaiss. finally confessedit was alna hoas that I would not utl It Lb much uPe -C!
S water. (Tt's from the Greek "hoaxus,, Levine said. "It Is type len Dt
meaning, "boy did she pull ou handle. Thy're trylpg to fore ter ofl a eALL4 00
lkgti") mtbueion .The o-a min the kind
lSoe-shot basis. Theoole shl ~ so before t
Sbe Leading.theparadeas the .bridge I ladthin to do it. I re- .O lbrt Hall "
was opened for traflec was ams to dis ribute it eateely on at Canal Agenslee. .A e-
e'evividence off Mdton riding one of his e m on. Pa rond the d ran-ld e, A,~
1.boom idmca .o .n..&fWPl rdm FeUx Maduro's), a
9_ _1, And f'Sbagent .Wh en Informed of 'tfrti ...t. Feux Ma' Panam.telhon
0Rs bfor ight saeemto a ham's statement. Gordon said ai A04 sm
Sm weqid still .heed the "*IMal Advt-
Skyway. Itself, is a e m e meats
S brid .eas bridgesago. And gon SNp theg rade to
wrany nowloattogo wa bout mesan or. Tbe
ath, rears in the air grace. sa of Cadillaes, Chryesn,
4w e rolling Day. The oD r I X* .ks, Lin.cons and suc.
byway res throughout the do to les dow I to 10 miles
Mae roA, to protect against an enar, to.

rt ou an Wam overf or 50-e b
mis, if yo dpAr 5 milee walksl The besgtag of t~ bridL cere-
"- t Yof Warner era. 'hsar watched 0"J AND" o B UDg M
epnlng allRweek-and as kass Grefeea
larf~ogirl,. doled down the fan-
cy eorida food. Finally she tack- .. _e,
eled atremesnouastraiwerry par-
fat, and Jam could keep sl no 4. b 1. OD-HB II4

S"If she keeps eating Ilk, that." C To St mX
Sman, he paid, "p Stt BooG she'll get a
ooyal hoame on a neck new title Miss Greater Grace."

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(Mr8100) aerye ald weeks) Mother can be ms tue t these famous
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Lndc Mrs. Willim r The full-skirted, uttoned.d6w' rast turkey, cold slite w trkey ug I t Ir the
CF: i s K=ti the-front jumper leads a nd tedoublee
Mr. Me ra.' red lDeV. lew to ov he me"e n rofit.
Strand Mrs.A l er. M, e life, wardrobe-wise. Prom nine to s p a tin o p
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Mr. oand Mrs. The rF. otc, Mr. 0 dres, wren orw i impeprt berry pie for the dfrtsuar ua- m e the
H and Mrs. Bart Cl, Mr. san Mrs. Hl odajewelry. anan atd oM i e teEp et tenso bservc. r, I zn

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SDanSid Mrs.G Brree urnham toe dr pat to loo atbharonetlpn, Mr. RbertyOur aver o o ge daily caloric intake. One quart fresh blueberries, Co eat
C. Worsaley Mr. and Mrs. E. B.- f Ta i, add 500 calories. If yourcup granulated sugar,. s cupwarU w e-Iu:.,WeTf" 1*
p CML.ondA r Col. nd Mrs. di poundage ee, maintain a diet of x- teaspoon salt, I teaoobutter, I ID ,,s d
"'ed-s ie t O er ........lactly 10 calories a day. baked pastry sehi L I,
Brnbas --- --nLine the baked..cooled pastry
l" r..',.W eniwihin yo_ hnshell with half the fresh berriess'
GAand rs i VIEW -- MBails Eisenhower "hlds hef eyes from The spots umost lke to collect With the other hal of the berries,
Mr and Mrs.roe urnham I he nnc -a selooks at the ew Presidentialplane at Lowry Air silonastrapless bra re the top mak a sauce as follows: Cook
of Los mi s have returned a after Force a, Denver. The. plane, a new super Contellation, vurves of the cups. These edes berries with the water, sugar,

Saseveram. oonsh spentI n n e the lat sword n plush air travel. i pick up the make-up and il from cornstarch and salt. Remove from-
C1s "".'r d ,ItinerlaryiD lue_ .eskn othes. Squeeze the bra through fire, add butpoon -upa 1 .. Wheni

*ge Mga ar Ihac to s e rh Mrs. M rme o fte o Ta t, l. S thick, warm soapsudsr and scrub s cold, pour ort e breradinh nthe
where Mr- laBe A ac otook sAummerhn Sd *e.Mc ur oat h ipd these uppermedges with s sulf, bakeie sell .Chill l dy
SatCornell niv iderye and Mr. h ey; i ee sudsy brushbefore rinsing. to serve. A eating of i.pped
S adat mr'e Dvie iand ith, Mr. aea al- cream is o on a l.
Swedish M in s terSto sa, l rfHse. .G ti ft of. Ee H fo in If cold me atelatnters re served,
cr. ,n th(peao) m er _W- o Man n Yr ay il When washing your hands In a: a spicy relish sloul g s with them.
|NIMSr. aEnloehei rcoer ,htpDemar tm eomred r e. au a public powder woom, you needn'tBHereso ne we found recentvy in i
of Sweden to Panama, Colombia 'Bl Union Church W i iV iate to uset he soap. Germs!Ismall Massachusetts .-town. It is
andEa'sin orh a ew lays eo s rouia- senet. Jat ee o dlnrn fte m ruw a n't thrive on soap. Just rinse, very easy to make as I uses can-I

1o ra boanE p at Pnl Ilt a doreaf, siwlasto off rn au t e Ba o thescenel ae sr
fromlis ero e countryato o taihonorring Mr; and Mrs. Howardr N off the surface of trhe cke and ned beets and requires no cooking.

HeIOwa Iaacom nO bTN tueavatwith the Woe'A x.Es W YORK (TANS) -June continue with your handwashng.Sa v e"Best dlh
es w M ann Ds ,ee o eary e r in thenr le of hosts. m Walker and Jhn Kearr, iwho are -- n e d 3. ei
S- -- mother and a -i n, real lifeThs, No. 10 an bats drained
osaimendlJagoncz,'re i Elks c Ph' Done On d&Playa mother and son in Robert When shopping for a blouse to tablespoons sugar. 1, teaspoons

Thae assa.o of Chile tor ofama teminalo, snaoe oist, an tpopu ere lei wll lkisc botd's 0nde
To an a aPresented. For Teenarersa ne haverson's new pay, "Allen Sum- I fill in your teen-aged daughter's salt, cup horseradish, 3 cups
tcA eance for Atlantic Side teen- er Long," which o pa n a on wardrobe, remember that blouses 1 ourcream.
ioIn Popular Clas sics A n announced te eroadw tay mber. Accord- made of dacron, nylon and oron Chop beets very fine.
Next Monday at 8:15 p.m., the Elks slub. for Friday even In .to Theatre Arts magazine, this require just a dipping in luke- salt, horseradish, and, sour cream.
Center in Balboa, wi present i Orcheste at the Elks Hom ferelationship has been dup. cat-
cnr t.ea ml a s Banalrazo Heighs ts from 8 u ed in the casting of a play i New
... .. nr, Tr- ary ieconhrert, thre every pop uar mu- to DoEcra Bl.." York, S0. .. .:
scans of the oPacific sa ,dProfe i'l mert. hvYrk b nt ua n Mt t
AND GUaSTS of ie Canal Zone. Pacific P ower nrp. Hans Jan owitz, pianist, Fede-R D eturnin Tow were lose but, as It's said, nos ta
4 .u's fifth anniversary. Three boots tooathparty to the trico Jimeo, bar te Paine. aTeod o- ralm am e ls bcemagaznereport'" it U I
a1ag. Arove re Webstper'sonel nIidrorelliviolinist.Mr.endaMrs. James Slize igrth
Bve aeJebsts llBalboaandirtwochildren ate September issue. Mary martin is

11, Cr Glorn_, oo"._.S Is rlld aBt te in relinshi Gr osieariwnupK a-t- or .. a_ p hine ere ', .
d ISUE RECE T N ingm ...a. of M thcNationaleInstis. n day...i relationsp a
$,Mv1 BMIION eXSIrN DE NCEhOfM us" Sin P .a.........eon-- -ibetween them In the ply, sinceaw
IV.a Old outstandingg concert pianist a c- rMisstMarinIspynPerwh l l
The A nbasa of Cllle ato Panama Admial Enrque La- companist,and teacher. He is well sn' anybody' ln other :
grew,dand Mrs. Lagrase have Issued InrItons te areedtiloU known to Istbmian audience fot no s ite week we have for you
to be W at the embassy reden ce en Saturday I n-ebr- hise excellent technique e and wide

e.. of the Chilean I ndepead a e Day hvar ety ofsm fr Hulcnlac atlsh J ayes ha a earredl i ns
rfth nar opm.. .ested scalcoers o the son AenCeALhasappeaoredhlineh
R oom of the reM ln are fromie o8m.s summer theatre with her daugh.
The prog ram will be as The publi both of the Canal eno one of the most well- terE a.e lCo.llana erotSy hidn GAMES
oSa Zone and of Paam, and mill- wn male voices in this part of lo seshwereknooh ae oa eea an ,landw.e toha v sn d
So nor, Tam.- 1n ll7ar Mpersonnel d their fan e has always been en with there know n py.l
"L lies a're cordlly Invited to At- snasticaly ereceivedebyeIsthmianmother Bnntheir carely...
Allea anao o.. .tel. and m. ussion is one dollar for audiences. Like Janowita, Jimeno n eandonrr.du n"t s so nee MicrocopeC
oraW, n a~nd piano) adultsfftyents cufor students.-Is a member of the Natlobal In- 1i W rem "mw Lond Dancers" with odaughtar Barbara
pret.: _There Is no charge for militaryI stitute of MusL- in Panama. s angers wih aso uter Barba
1. a-impromptu in A Flaot,personnel. l"nn and hnen als .. "an
BchubW, -i f Teodoro trelll, isa graduate of VThvan'hda a
bI i-i.leebus YMCA Will Fete the Conservatory of Modete Ita-oo Thedy *audrldand mus ical
Cf a lie.rom "LDem sts Tomorrow ly. and is-at present a member cmd wol h
Vida at," Do a At Dinner Part the faculty of the Ntional Stone, his wife, Aleen Crater and
Time T b Committee of Management Institute of Music inPanar i Ihissinging dancing daughters,
(pianol aothe Balboa YMCA USO istue "vtfatil mu ian, Dorothy, Carol and Paula, the
ho e an origM..d..eMrs.lHow rd Iplys both the vfoin anid the vioaoosephn, J e r r y.
,1e- wz n rdrc George and Goiette andT Edda
rodldMaenet Demarat with a dinr party be. ar d Is a member of the NaUl Foyo-hog Mr wd bteinL G a i tte ano@.(
cj Eb o al... .. crc- g held r-tomorrow a -7:. 30ip'm.- raoPsam&ra me i oy a tSu .. tIo V... o

Sat yM the Panamiolistofthe Sa Ging histoery, MCr. lUp Ia isw taoia
ISSIONLiner. Ancon for hip now ag- Sfh ring Quartet. history,-Mrs.TSi O Pi.r
IV. a)'Old Viennese Refrrain, ment .twFt Sur ( .oj, have.enry, -
Krels r.;. na, hgs been te Assistant Exe/ 'Theproramtobe preselniat|-.r- w.a..,-.
b) -Meditation Ironr "Thais," cutle Secretary and Physical Di, O-tW].,Monday n iv i 'but notaI asimiluars t batrgerlatiow..
ma. t.. "' rector of the -alba''"Y' -sinc based on popular classics that Sh p. ooth. .r t E J S
e) &omanza Andakusa,.Sara-m .a have been the most frequenye- father;,JAmes O N'illwith his
sati quested by concert-goor on the son, Eugene, before the latter's
(violin and piano) Invitations have been issued for Isthmus. play-n days; and Jose-h -
V -a) 'Tango, Mignon.e- all Commiltte cl-Manir em en t i Jefferson with his son.
b) La Marlposa, Sandoval members and their ladies by Mr. r -- There are of course, numerous
c) -"gueft, Lecuoa Fred DeV., chairman.of r-' instances ofhusbands and wives A
d (canoee) "srendforthefar .Arsemenas Back From pe playing husbands and wives on T ..N A ), G D N .
from U b4I0t Mr. and-Mrs.'LeopldoArose-. thestage, notably Alfred Lunt and
Van- angets ftthe rewl Mr an s ..t
iAots ec1t ty. e ehonor men&a have returned .to the do- Lynn,,,Jessica,,,
U-friO~nl A m n' tho-"se er-d to honor 'pital city from a vacation in Eu-. and Hume Cronyn.
"Znam," OI1m 0 Jino and Mrs. L hi..Brockinan, Judeeroue. w H f But, Theatre Arts concludes, It d
c) ?A Mattlnata, Leoncavaflo. and Mrs. Guthrie Crowe, Right' n w-. """ apars tn ..redent win b-I,

Bridge gamesPayed Monda eve.
0)i ning at the Tivoli Gues Hose, J
Lf +++'/ 1A4-m were: first;,'Mr.- -a Mrs. I .
,1+J+ --+-.h. Khn, second: MW W. Poll.k and. k PAMPERED... LAM and his Orchestra

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inaZPANAA aurn N4:00-Feature Reviwew- Musical
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S hold Automobile oR WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses a PROFESSIONAL' 53- at'- Ylu Favorite
on -. 209 Central Avenue beach at SantIC'arra. Teleph one 00-Here'str ( )
Fo E:.....Rrige.tor. S.E FOR SALJ. ," 49 Ckry lert... WBeside Capitolio Theater. Tel. 2-3479 THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve- 1 - ._. w. e. nolgti, resdylnGET THEM, while they lt. os. tEL.IMoo S
r eable re. '5344- ___K inb seat covets, Fidt F dr excesll ent CORTE INGLES' Annual Sale! Com- GRAMLICH'S Santo Clar Bea Cot- Ask your ieaIer for 6:30--Melachrino. Masicale
Cit Te.-18 r condition. Pr ice $1000. Call 3r plate suits from $4.95; Ponts from toes, modern conveniences, mod- 6:45-HOLLYWOOD NEWS
FOR SALE:-4 er1i c1 1198-6 8 after 4 : 0 p.m .; 37-87- $2. All guarAvnteed. Low prices on orate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4.567, the New W ldwood 01e tParamou~t
en Qutye rmast chairs. I me 315 till400 p.m. credit terms. Just say: "Charge It. illips. Oceanside cottages Sant. 7:00-NSC AF 'ORGAN MEL-
as .I meol I mahogany EL CORTE GLES, No. 73, CCn- Clara. h Phone n ToD
bo stools. i ny. dining tp. FO SALE: -1947 Chevrolet Style trail Avenue. Ponoma 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673. I' J I 7: 15-Your Dancing Party
bl chrr 4 louvers, 4 v lean master 4-door,'V condition. Co all. -it .. ra oe (E VOA)
Devs, wiO. Phone FOR SAL W t nw R toges-rockgos, refriger on, tw3 for Home or Industry (VOA)
5 trs, bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. I 8:00-Music By Roth
SALE esnghouse automc Phonelook3223. l M jellaleOU FOSTER'S COTTAGES, orsei e post n :-milTheer
washing.rtiha hse 60-cyle, $75, FOR SALE:--4954 Buick Specil 4- WORKMEN: Grosp This Opportunity! an a C. Lw raits. Phone Ready to Use on 9:0-You Asked ForIt (
hone 83-6262. dcor sedan, 6000 miles. Will accept EL CORTE INGLIS' Sle offers .Wood, Paper, Cloth or e 8
S~SALE :-I l, ing room set; bd trade. Cristobal 3-2362. Khaki pants originally sold for $7 e DO GOOD WITH YOUR VACATION O T pn oe F ve I., ..... .
r- Ji--XEA SANTA....RA... WANTED -- WANTED ZPro o Penthouse ME. ^R BER6 5W
&Am set. In good conditUon. Phone FORSALE:-HilIman sedpn, excellent At the reduced price of $4.95. LowP AT SANTA CL CRA!.are U:aesIf SARU Ca.kPe i n l Of M at fI
1062. i condition, '/50,lhnone- Panama 3- prices on credit *terms. Just say: By renting cottage at Santo Clara VW eJe,--e 1g r iU B sM @
233. "Charge it." EL CORTE INGLES, Beach, from the 20th of September, U.Nv'' a--L !rd e .d.'lS U
-pal. "new. never used. $1 0; FOR. SAL.-Pon oc Catalina. be contributing the entire rental t Tel. 3-0140 11:45-MuslTo Dreama By
S t;.n type ch~no closet, birdseye very good condition, conventional the Mission St. Clare's Building Fund, 12:00.15 Od.lgfl O
opthe Mission St. Clore's Building Fnd,
S$50; ki tale po shift radioheater, wsw tires, SALE Small Spinet type piano and will enable the Episcopal Church
I ti$p, 4 unrimat,.ed chairs. $20; leather uphdolIery. Bes ft offme. Con with bench, tropical treated, like to start building the mission this dry Tomorrow, Thady, Sept 1.
bedroom set with, springs. $25; be financed. Apt. 2024-H, 2nd new. $425. House 6338, Los Rios. season A
mattress for full-size bed. with Ave., Curundu. Phone 83-2202. These beautiful cottages owned re|- N I 'AL 6:00-Sign On --. The Alarm
c cover,: 1; refrigerator, See befen4 :0-6:30 any day ex- FOR SALE:-New Hampshire chicks, spectively by Mr. Williams, Miss Bliss, ock (Requests-please
d condition$150. l cept Monday one day old, 25c. each. Telephone Mr. & Mrs. Forr and Mr. Shrpnell Pa Graduates) 0-o00)
a hne amrn 2,r 8 be3 fre 4 0 have generously been offered as an aCE HOUn : 7:30- or ce
3, '--- .4541 3fsal.n.o conc ert FOR SALE-Airplone "Ercoupe"with enarotelp been ofere a n h 8: 1---huroe In The Wlldwood
.Prie Co l -43. incentive to help build their Church.e ; V d 2ta p -8:-'uTha R -ile WOOd
R -- w-'--w n rooFOR SALE:-Airp one "Ercoupe" with a RcottFges have practically all turday: 8 -L2 noon. n 8: 30--MSleal R-ev^me
EThe cottages have practicallyll p AvMe TeL .2-I
t 5; venetian bins f r 1- Re tal ngne ust majored airfra modern conveniences. Rent one for a block a:00-News
$overhulufed, new glass andIntoeror
fawty house; kitchen set fr $10; A r Loca ted Colon Airport. Phon week'or week-end. The prices var 9:15-.sacIed eeat
ste* l dck $17h50. 157k FOR mectreos fenc Colon Airport. Phone Cris. from $42.50 for the Steek to N2o.2 w 1111- .:30-AS I tee It
m1 Aea Iad, clear titles, river, cottage, cows, trbal 3-2915 for the week-end. 10:00-News
SArea. horses, 4addies; fruit trees, picture, Call either Miss Genell Bliss 25-3812, TRANSPORTES 1O:--Off The Record (Requests
R SALE:-9x12 Chinese Mandarin etc. $4,100. See A. DOMINGUEZ, FOR SALE: 10 wooden venetian or Mr. Williams 2-3050, or B AXT E R- S.A. -please phone before 9:30i
rug. green, sactifice; 8-m,. Cine Capra. .blinds, $1 each, 40x56-in. Phone' Baldwin 2-1715.
Kodak movie camera; pop up 403-A, Colon. ." tPackers, Shippers, 11:00-News
toaster; Rottan living room, bar, F 'i Position Ofered Movers. 11:05-Off The cordd (cont'd)
and othir'items. )403, Dos Bocas T-el -5 -2451 FS E;3--leet The BaedO
Street, Laos RSiod,. a ts -t r o W T WANTED:-Person for home demon- Tel0 d0-Neth'
R SALE: Six-burner gas stove troations of NECCHI sewing mo-
excellent condition; wrought iron FOR SALE :-Boat, $75. For more de- 1. f fis-lIa eOu chine. Must be capable of transact.- 105-Lunchtlhe Melodies
dining table with six chairs; mad- tails, phone 83-2298. In sles. CASA ADMIRABLE, tel (MI RPj) 230--Poptuar Music
eru hlolsiere Illiig room furni- R 2 WANTED:-V cation q uar ters by ep one 2-1111, from 8 to 8:30 1:00-NewsI-
turemcoffe, tIdlh tRoicase, lamas. F 'SALE American couple, before Oct. 1. Ex-e o r. only. 5-Mu m.Of Moahattan
dsk, radio. Altamira Apcrtments cellent references, no children. 1:30-ons Of The P oneer'
Ss Argentina, El Cangrelo. up- ,iMolo revesBo Please call 2-3457. (FOR ECRN PROCe) 1:4- Of The viins
stairsUFOR a S c RENT and Badges, S5ti8 (RNl)
to~rsFOR SALE:- 1951 Vincent "Block WA Dole, gutr (d0drmen) Cprs
ItRSALF: Dubl1e Bed $19i Cot, Shadowj' cellent condition. Phone WANTED: -A forklift in good me- "olorsfast.e.:00--st mental Capers
$6.50; Dining Table 4 Chars $2e5. Curundu 3125; Clayton 7292. chanIoalcondition. Apply Casa Cen- Roodrms Exeieellent N 3pnph Weoki 2:15--tng R Americanso
ny Mod m- W r do s $59B, tral, h9126 BolivafAe., Phone -a414.-i st so ,2-t. t el. 2-47e 2:30-- Tex eneke how
Pr re Colon or 39 Central n Ave., Phone 4 FOR RENT:-Furnish room, clean, r ie 2:45-H k now and His RII -
B i-., h__Irpomp! a AlSd2.3e048, Panama. olh rriedco pleo without cn s ns children or boe ft.e- w0 Ranch Boys

C-" __________________ responsible and decent-persons. snw haii hr 7
e rVanities ILL COUPLE who boght desk from W ftKitchn it desired. 9th Street No. i
w h Big Mirror $69. Other Bar- house 80 Help 12,A tre. P6 l .re ll is m Martin show
ne in Used ar Rebuilt Furniture er, Colon?, FO.RNTanted3:FThursday
-HOUSEHOLD:EXCHANGE.41 MOR LT wo hdrcen.o hr h a4:00-P e 8eRevi etw: Nelson
C.,- j" l wds Zbpoe. 3-180 e d or- r I f u
'3' 1 1 P o oh d HELP WANTED: Experienced Eng- eenfleRmn. itch en privilege.s dWs h h Y o. 'uI Ptt o.
,/lf,1ymituro., ay"* lish-speaking baby maid. MXe$ have 5
,*h ayie,. S,. n a- drInnGulf-Sonrn 1....14ho 3rtS.nF626Z '- ci. before 4:00)p
PeSALE:-BorDain..A boeutIul .i.rmanSaysmh WANTED:- Nursemaid and o cook COEN: ToUP)` VoESTmi1aOrlo urttea
most nw Indn hand-mde u with experience, Good salary. Apply Ro2 Federalbro oAdinistrat, abl r 15:315-What's Your Falvorite 'eSn of ael ohie to Ilt
in the Ros *rsrtDde, at throe New rOkph:0m-. agne8t InaTVesAlr44th SFretuN'''enara ster-isedabyai te 3o-Onem. ho
(16x9) Price Coall 3.1043 NEW 1 (U) Cas CentralIn fron AT hat rffnr of thpoinstsh ATT NTION.,1,A L.b nl Coel-nat tve, gat 1 .4mr s (ct'Dye9heoda
suln, office, Cin, or 39 Central .Ave- furnished apartments, one, builder made 'windfal" 6:15--L U RIBBON' SPORTS te .
raL it. 1 never use dlalarDW-. nue, Panama. bedroom, hote cold water. -Tel- o il $1,251,073 on three on h B .REVI ocanW or
MI.EA Peru Aved amte ithre in-ephone Panama 3-4941. project beit utmn
o.. lo a the Lt hnto t rLakeFOR RENT:.-Furnished & unfurnish- o only a$90, 7:00-N--C'APTr ORGAN' MEL- _-_ __... .._...
Sast r th L e a h U e -bedroam a -9. Cole released a lBAt of 40 other ODis o
Im s0 l.eedr 4 C a n t a c t Alhambra Apartmentsw projects on which he std there 7:30-Report From The USA "
m- id-oher ntfrom loaho bsJbyathenFederalFo:00_Paris Star Time (RDF)
over moa ." area gnatioasf 10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon were $"38,6u redBy the (,*tVlt8hnG-nar) Time
i!, e W o t .qesl womR L' i- U .. RRE:-- Moderntwo-bedroom Housing Authority. ,r 8:30--loliabethan Theater
n i aep mth PlsCom pssmon Oartment. 51st S tree No 42 Un- d
_er_1ndfurnished._For further dethilscalHe Sppeared B "as neig (Be
fldwinrtsf3 Th dsloZubieta: 3-1802,h3-337. the.Sen'a wBhni ng.ope th daymme of er A plheone be-
Te' u "e drVeId ,Sept. 15 (UP) I FOR RENT:-- I-bedroom apartment, ngs ito p lged hous i g scandals 1' fr)
....R..,L -| (U s erudet Elsenhower announc- new. No. 96, Via Belisario Porros n uithe Chicago area. .10N1 on Eddy's Penthouse
Shes i t 15 (P that the t ods a the resignation from 18th Street, Son Francisco. Phone Anotgherwif tness told of a dice --Pat
heate 'Wings,, ori' tcula m c it dn the AtoIEc Energy Commission 3 -21 8.g aen id 1 -s om oe n
el-r' reft Indicat d o )mtwowsgame in whith he said :0m-M s cFromH otel1 NWI Pan-
S f fndoate d ~haUton o Dr er smyth, who wa"FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart- ell, former asslis.tat s oaWmam
1 '"s a defender of physicist J. Rob m ent, 2 baths, moid's room, go- or, dropped $5,000, of whi e 11:5--Serenade In. Blue (USA).
-a th o eirbera SIA AL ert Oppethelmner. rage. Ble Viita, 44th Street No. was supplied bya builder 'wo 0 Nihttand
8-14)hhh toiHt ueir ebealtdico eda N32.TApt.4. O0Phon'3-0815."chaged it off' against the Cot 11:45-MuIc To D ream By
o s m flai lmr .thfe same time that the Chief FOR RENT:- Apartment near Canal f O e tting ag mortgage on a housindlg 12:00-Signo. Ofnf. ... .
'ls5xeutive would name Dr. Wil- Zone $55. Must buy furniture, projeIt..-o + ------
ihe s rrfana seeis Intk Libby. professtor.Ce oih Reaoigsson9able,. .C360, Bloa. Cole sdoe b g slet of dtiloh.
s.'ddle Slakeo'- of tthe LONp chemistry in the Institute forFOR RENT:,- Cool apartment (for list; vqlveo Benjarmenand Harry & kCrr
ntwin g Ti fi' I sity of Chicago, to succeed FOR RENT:-Beautiful furnished I-5 s11, who he said negosiated RNS--] RO72l NOrwogbaS e
,J-, bILdrNavy r ra. boon .apartment. Via Espaoao, F. RA-lsled mortgages o $0,- USAF-United StaeAi torde
(5-1). 1' 1#-today .InsPhdTheVPresident.inaccepting.housebefore Juan Franco.M1_0 Oil threeprJet. VA-Veters' Admil llflo"
noe T0he President In accepting He ld aedactuaal] s tlon VOA-V-VolceofiAmetca-.' LOADED TOTHE HNT-T7MI357showiprtf dt. CiWi
tes 0ItOn Syth's resignation as uf Sept. FOR RENT- -- Firnished apartment, CssWire $8,3"4,666, restt In -t -t r pealel a u I bo w a 'a
their0.saidtheAECmemb.would'conveniently located; for coupleaalgfboeri 4n ptodW horir
-Aaddturn to the fleld education w without children Phone 3-1405. ,fr ta

,.hif scoe, ft- runs. inI -, 15ya re I S "/ U ITI RENT -.sud Ex.r ve ro ndsl,; whlnn iSai h i'll ii wu slam11 on1 rules Of asvr i~ umil .Tre u'-o a.eG--,,,..,---re I.. ... 1 "t if n. .... .. ...D ed te .....f l .. I

in, a added singe. rie Panama 20083. -- h '0 the Pwa l Amcor others opo -
In wa shn. e,,, an--" Panama 2-0083. --- ecgar T.A.T. TIRE E HANCE
then cloed lKR inlg untl sold out: a limited ana .rr no = N.U ON .. _.A m .
ru noF el A ssortm ent. of I .Iin-n-'-"
ia w. for a 13-4 1eatm$ts Bell. Howell 1JUST LIKE A PARK !g_ __n __ rnp__ |

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In advance f the fat g with Reky Marla.. the fe
was that Charles wid fight ke Charles. Which b to say that
he weUd play it d16 to V te t, 1oe so herelo chances and try
to win on flae e,rather tha freety. In eher words fight hMbl
aM samafty-flrst fight. *
As you know, the hbony Dude frpm Cincinnati happily fool-I
ed everyone. He threw the old script away and came out with
both guns firing. And so successful wa his switch from draw-
mg-room comedy to hor-opera hurly burly, the performance
Sdrew rave notices. Indeed, for sustained action, it was one of
the ring'i greatest.
Now a retake 1 coming up, and this time the fear is that
Charles may light like Walcott. If you Jut checked in, you'll
need fill-in on thI. The first Mardno-Walcott fight was also
a humdlnger. Nol Not-being too extravagant with words. It
really was a humdinger, and naturally, there was a demand that
they do it again.
Jus where these demands start and who sets them in motion
Is a mystery. Presumably, millions of people get the harassed.
promoter on the phone,-or call upon him in person, until finally
there sn't anything else the poor fellow can do but break down
and make a rematch. It must be a borrowing life.
At that, there was a great deal of authentic public interestI
in seeing that the gladiators met again, because the radio-TV4
rights alone sold for a. record suni of $250,000. As you-know i t
turned out to be a monstrous fiasco. Walcott came into the
terrified and was separated from his shoes by the first punch
Marclano landed.
Like Charles, Walcott had stepped out of character and
fought With admirable valor against Marclano in their first fight.
He had held Marclano cheaply and was confident his superior
boxing skills and greater experience would prevail. Coming up
to the second fight he knew better. Worst of all, he knew Mar-
clano could leave him for Compbell's with a punch. Walcott
didn't have the slightest hope, or idea, of winning when he sign-
ed for the return. All that he and his odious manager were in-
terested in was a fast pay off. To make it sure, they demanded,
and got, a cash guarantee of $250,000.
There are certain parallels here which almost inescapably
Invite speculation as to how Charles will react the second time
:around. Even the fact that such speculation exists may be
grossly unfair to Charles, but when a fellow is asked to pay $40
to see a fight he is at least entitled to take a close look at the
Although he wasn't knocked out by Marciano, wasn't on the
floor ve nnoe,. as a matter of fact, Charles.took a more puish-.
ing beating from Marciano thai ctt did when the latter
surrendered the title in their first fight. If Charles made the
same mistake. Walcott did and derogated Marclano's abPity he
may not be so enthusiastic about mixing with the champion when
the :ach.oter again here next Wednesday night. For, by
now. knows eter. too.
Charles has more character than Walcott and much more
intelligence. How Charles would perform in a conflict between
character and Intelligence Doses an interesting question. Men
with character fight to the end. Men with intelligence know
when it's time to collect.
O If Charles' attempt to come back against Walcott after the
Old Pappy Ouy had knocked him out Ja revealing,you can't ex-
ecmt too much .from him against Marclano.. Charles was trying
to. 9Ieeve the heavyweight championship, a situation which
called for daring." audacity and desperation,, and yet he was as
apprehensively cautious as a Back Bay dowager sipping on her
first Moscow Mule.
I've Just been going over my notes of that fight as scribbled
at the ringside, In reference to an Incident in the second round.
I wrote': "Walcott cocked his right hand,, Charles winced, and
stepped back." An interrogative comment follows: "Gun shy?"
I was wondering whether Charles still had the knockout in mind
and whether this explained his restraint.
Another note, this, in reference to round six. "Charles took
right and left to head. Was not fighting back." This one had
to do with round nine: "Walcott made Charles break and back
away and he kept pressure on." Round 13: "Charles beat Wal-
cott to chin with right counter, staggered him but failed to follow
up. Walcott was dead tired." Round 14: "Charles got over three
lefts and a right to body without return, then for no reason
clinched. Walcott seemed so tired Charles could have pushed
him over." Round 15: "Walcott lunged at-Charles with right and
he backed away. Dull round. Both tired now."
This was a fight Charles could easily have won; he should
have stopped Walcott at any time after th6 10th. He simply
failed to show the spirit and determination commonly expected
of a challenger who hoped to win back the richest crown n the
ring. I had to conclude the Walcott knockout had weakened his
resolution. Later, when I asked him, face to face, he said, no it
wad the referee, an assertive, officious character who was giving
all the breaks to Walcott.
"I was afraid to take chances on account of him," Charles
told me.
Chtarles is one of my favorite people. I'm sure he truly be-
lieves the referee was wholly responsible for his failure. He can
prove it next week by fighting like Charles, the Charles of last


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Garai.ola, a dangerous distance
left-band swatter enables Leo Du-
rocker, the maser manipulator,
to maneuver with the New York
Nationals' catchers.
Wes Westrum's batting average
Is an anemic .190, Ray Katt's a
lukewarm .'?, and both swing
from the right side of the plate.
When'Manager Durocher employ-
ed pinch.hbitter for one, he was
stockk with the other.
It was either thit or being fresh
out. at 'catchers. Durocherb the
desperad once tok the chance
of being ft without a catcher,
and was extremely fortunate when
Pinc-Hitter Dusty Rhodes broke
up a game with the Dodgers in
the 13th.
"We were hurt two or 'three
times this season because. I didn't
dare pinch-It for Westrum or
Katt," reae Durocher.
With catchers who. hit as well
as they receive as scarce as sore-
pop political candidates, the won-
der is why the six other clubs per-
mitted Garagiola to come to the
pennant-bound Harlem party. In-
deed, with the veterans, Walker
Cooper and Clyde McCullough, do-
ing their catching,the Brids let-
ting Yogi Berra's boyhood pal go
came as something of a surprise.
Garage ola is only 28, and batted
.81 Chicago livery.
Joe, one of the funniest guys
in the business, easily could get
real hot with a winner and find
the range down that short right
field line at the Polo Grounds.
"Where else could we have
picked up a catcher like G a r a-
giola for $10,000" asks Durocher,
not without reason in these days
of near-fabulous bonuses to un
tried kids.
Garagiola never lived up to the
tremendous early pr o m I se he
showed as a 20-year-old catching
and batting the Cardinals to. the
National Lea gue's last w o r ld
championship 1946, but others
with less ability have come late.
Anyway, Leo Durocher. ma,
now put more lick into the tau.
end of the Giants' batting order,
which bordered on the All-Amer-
ies. out department with Davey
Williams .224, and the catcher
and pitcher.
After Don Mueller, the magi-
clan, enemy pitchers no longer
have an oasis, where they may
rest and doctor their wounds.

Gold Dust

By Herbert Moise
Herman Alvares Praises Ama-
teur Boxing CoQ 0ui oe; Warns
Pro Body In Letter to GeM Dust,
basketball League To Start IS
Sept. at Rainbow City Gy9.
Colon Amateur Boxer To In-
vade Capital City On Sept. f.
Herman Alvares, popular Co-
lon sportsman, wrote us a letter
in which he was profuse 0 his
praise for the ColOn Anateur
Boxing Commlelosi 'and Which
at the same time carried a noto
of warning to the pro body of
the same game.
Alvarez, in' his letter, com-rn
mended the CAC for the care
ex ded in bringing along the
youngsters and for te manner
n-which the programs are run.
He went on to warn the pro-
fessional body of the plor cards
that were lately approved.
Plans are almost 'complete for
the opening of the basketball
league at Rainbow City's newly

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Irish Still Talent-Crammed,

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SOUTH B E -ad., SIpt. 14-
(NEA)-Yous'd'.tMk -with' )Fa t
Leahy retired to the shles. of
Lake i the annual dirge
piped n ut of otre Dame would
be mute. -But blicitor Charlle
Cailahat i still there to blow the
mournful reeds and .what he sees
in store for the Irish shouldn't
happen to an Englishman.
"I can see us losing 'at' least
three of our first four games,"
Charlie was saying last time we
turned on the amplifier.
Young Terence Bennan, as be-
fits' a coaching novitiate, wasn't
saying. But there wasn't dismay
in his eyes as he looked on the
practice field and surveyed a
squad bulging with experience at
every spot.
True, you don't lose talent hue
Johnny Lattner, AMt Hunter, Ne)W
Worden and under-rated J i m
Schrader every sear (except may-
be at Notre Dame). .But you
don't often retain them, either,
like Ralph Guglielmi, Joe Heap,
Da Shannon and, Frank Varri-
chione-all of whom have been
nominated for one preseason
All*America or another.
:The split-T perfected by The
Master remains in force, capably
piloted. by Guglielmi and hs
aidelde-camp, Tommy Carey. Be-
hind them is Paul Horning, the
most touted sophomore. quarter-
back since Lujack. The quarter-
back strength enabled Don Schae.
fer to move over to fullback.
Some doubt still remains-who, a-
mong the veterans, will join Heap
at halfback.
Shannon and Paul Mats are the
end tandem. Brennan has been
experimenting with starting guard
Ray Lemek at tackle ad return-
ing tackle Sam Palumbo at, guard
show that he has some ideas
his own. Tackle' Varrichlone
is-probably. the best lineman on
the squad, and Jackie Lee fills the
other, guard.
A key to the Irish success will
be the kind of job Dick Szymans-
ki does at center.
So how does Notre Dame fit'
into the national picture?
Making allowances for ground-
breaking by the new regime, es-
pecially against a clod-busting
openeer like Texas, the Irish still
should finish, comfortably u p
among the nation's best, say third.
OUr top nod goes to Oklahoma
because (1) they're used to win-
ning, (2) the Sooners lost very

Along The Fairways

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little through graduation, and (3) to play erchedules,
they have a comparatively light an n ee always
sobedule with breather beforelooks gaud t r9.Ors,
the tough Texas gamse. The Long. Illinois, Geoiof Tech and Army
horns strike us asthe main na- round out our. .W n of the top
tional threat to the Sooners. 10, 4t best a tsia h in cheek prop-
Behind the Irish place -UCLA, position.
ineligible for the Rose Bowl but
with as quad Red Sanders Is in.- Before closing out the colle-
clined to feel is stronger then last gate picture, permit us to insert
year. ,,. a couple of words about the pow-
Overall, the strongest football ers without portfollo-the strong
in the land will be played in the independents around the nation
Midwest, -xemplified by the rug-we haven't touched on. Teams
Sed Wisconsin Badgers and their like Marquette and Cincinnati,
orse, Alan Ameche.'In fact, out where Sid Gillman is.building a
Idea of an All-America' backfield dynasty, are as strong as any in
corresponds with our 'All-Mid, the Midwest. Sad Jose State And
west: Guglielmi Ameche and College of the Pacific have dem-
halfbacks C.. Caroline, Illinois, onstrated they can hold their own
and LeRoy Bolden, Michigan in Pacific Coast Conference com-
State. petition. Andy Gustatson is r e-
Maryland and 'Mississippi are 'lving Miami.
big sleepers for national honors -
primaily because their talent- Ninth of 10 articles. NEXT: The
asad>are. .called upon P os, h B addy Parker,



INNER sanctum stuff In the
Big Ten --Is that Illinois won't
schedule Ilowa in football as long
as Forest Evashevski is the Hawk-
eyes' bead coach... because of
the way Evvy snubbed the Illini's
Ray Eliot in the traditional post-
game handshake after Iowa was
whomped a couple of years ago..
to beat against bBob Rook of
the Cabs, who can't gt M
woug" L /
Iry Noren of the Yanks looks
like S guy about to sling a sledge
hammer on a carnival strength
testing meachine every time he
domes to thbe plate.... but the
exaggerated practice cuts made
him a battn, title contender be,
cause thAy forced him to keep his
elbows away from his body.....
Yeo'e beard how perturbed
Vic Wert was after he commit-
ted two ety rerrs against the u
Yeaks.... That same aght, Mrs.
Wer went to see the V show,
"Pma a Gae," on Broadway...
d bd to leave idway through ITv Ne
the seeoad aet-beeause she was
still so pset ever Ihbby's bob.
b.... ,The problem at Mtelgaa State
~ti_, .saM oa is not to reo t ed the
Only two Brooklyn Dodgers remmanats of tke ROse Bowl....
shun the use of the plastic helmet rather t be eoaekiag staff whihe
at the plate, one of them Carl lost B Mann, Steve Sebe a
Furillo, who's been beaned six Earle dwards....
times in his major league career.
.. but even Carl dons.the Mar- Bear Bryant at Texas A&M
tian millinery when the Bums purposefully keeps his a q u ads
face his special nemesis, Sal (The I down to a wieldy 45 or so because
Barber) Magle of the Jints. "I don't want to wind up with 80
Sor go boya eating big steaks and
Note to En Charles: We took not beating anybody." ... Bear got
eo Rocky Mariamn ain training a beat on the rest of the South-
up at Grossager' and some live- west by taking his squad to the
ly sugglg revealed a possible hills for pre-season pracl e the
weaknsee -tu e Rock can be had first time It's been done in 15
on his backhand.... If you'e play. years....
p in apeag, that is....
A rival borscht circuit hoselry A Loa Grossa would be worth
has offered Manager Al Wei *Is,0 a year in Canadian feet-
,W000 to have Marano switch B.... ad the game Is made to
his training heatnarters... but wordr fer as spread-type back like
could have nhad nm Win f ree a redk e ners of KS says
couple f yars ago, Just ike O Creos- Frank Os ar of TorW o....
jsilnger's .... "he e rn what#
Cha e trains s is eeal- Lo Rchter, ae ex-Califoni
lid the Paleatra, the sase as the All.America making good V the
fleMlouse at the Universty o f Los Angeles Rams atguard, as
Petisylvanla, host Milt Kuteer's us: 'The spirit in pro football is
alla mater.... the feature that strikes me. You
have to like this pae tolar ILt
Thar late aseeo rookie re.-I think the better cmllee teams
ea-l.tMt r OGrdea lIs of coul use our destrs. It's som'
ttiag Wto see.....
Joe aH-e- of tke WI -e B M Yale has. a oYkteh

Sept. 10. nWP f} 1efendin g Ile d f ,b _
champion Mary Lena Faulk has back when J2
scored her ascond impressive emGernOy
win in the WalM& National trday at Tt.
Amateur Golf TounMtent. "
The 28-year-old bookkeeper
from Atlanta moved into the
afternoon thrid round, with a 7-
and-S win overMrs. Sam Damon
of Honolulu. Mbh'Faulk equalled
a 1.yoar-old, NSational Amateur
record Monday when she elimin-
ated Mary Nelson., 10-and-8. TODAY'
Virainia Dennehy of Lake For-
est, Illinbis, turned in the day's Shows: 1:1
first upset when she beat Brit- *:
ish champion. Frncees Stephens,
one-up, on the 18th hole of a ---.--
third round match. Grace Len-
czyk. the 1948 winner, and1t91 ; *1P
champion Dot Kirbyn both ad-
vanced. l_
NEW YOR five-year-
old mare named "B:pnta made .
her first trip to New -ork this A
year and surprised the ralUbrds COt
at Aqueduct. .. '. '
The Elmendorf Farm mare had
been in 11 races withoutwinning
this year, but -In her first New B
York atprt she rmnnpd home
by two length in
Purse. Bantam ith' oey An-
thony Valenas ,uo,- un led from ,
the start ,.of-. i x-furlon
launt. She led two an4 ope-half I
lengths golng I -to'the long.
stretch., then, coate; home a-
head of "'Crlset." Favored "Gay
Grecque" ran third.
Banta was )t~edt one min-
ute, la on tSeconds on
a fa~str rk.an4r4-$ the long-
est shot Int e.'yenr)prse field
paid $50.90,. $.70 and $6.00.
NEW YORK, Sept. (UP) -
In the llghtwih.division, the
twic.postponet title fight be-
tween 4w pion Pad4 DeMar-
co and Jimmy. Ca;rier.has been
re-scheduled for.loy. 17 at San
Franisco. S ept.
eal days Enconto
afoe De arco suffered an-
elbow' ] LBennie lan
Ford' sayt eea e Her- LAI
'man will replace thi,champlop -*
against Ca-er, ouj.* f2nid. Spend
A middlielht bout between
Goerge Johnson and Del Flana- "Father's
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redp on Atheticsfr omlAN D j s ToNFly To Europe
I a, was sidelined todao

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w*O JeanlanuaWh G i 0oer duettenith
tLet,,h'e people know the truth and the country is e Abraham irneolo, Vr i sa dblladrI I mot
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oa emof e =W1h00 thee r0rmrS Mns re l fKon hr d It ri kt ain o.ra
os r sisui- <* Ci 1 Dialll OU oin lia r< inu Mon- er into cnpntar matters
o o ,any oth a-ter w as e thath e visit 1nro0tp ee- at .tht that France hah

WlOr Not rhe ne e or.,n o Wr Heso oei D "w e| J|'bel~eo Jat brn I- i deIAed
:;- Iev n in 0i 5r e T.ith FIES m-o $ Poowen
b 1ithk for* raned ANEWe YORK, Sept 15 (UP) publicans to u aart Hum Only battle WMp Ibet sd .the irt pae, wMt tedao f d e t h iu ntn l
Seter- tDe mar Qugg Newton anH et nnAto nr gor n theAl th U.N. pens to make the o6ay s
Athletics a Lopes day in nine start but an inter- and former Rep. John A. par. na ion. I did." .-' b n o l i Pa ta at sel.e.ted nomineee f.or Lt. ov. ordon- Ao ack Weat1 m oer : n 59 ad east AI the rue P butbsle
play sme gmes be five seats in th Senate and opposed ftor the a OP nomina. District pandR..r o o n the eco nBris at th itn t t c as hed
a t sa tut.t ot h atwahe 'saa nae w o e
the lt da91 In the House. States rvolv- ton. Other races lined up thu: the 5th. Both are i-totic bon 'tae cotnlon that: 'Ael UN meenl n wYbrk permit German earmaentm m,
tne Ne w M :.n New vamr- Fbco ngr Repub lCa Nn 'nov : Wao ,j ow Althr n U.w. .mseting rIn as Yorto
ed were Colorado, Massachu- COLORADO WISCON M e a chage. d t
Sc aett Miunenotas, New Hamp- Four incumbent congressmen. wRepublican ov. l r J. h whI itain made a
sdhre, New York, Utah, Ver- two Republicans and two Dem- Kohler unoppowesbed tw Intel on wife, by hi heirtfle ofer todar te bad
mpnt Washlnton and Wi- ocrats, won renomination unp Democrats, Wia oo e .... .. Wboe -^ a"'
rT* Shll Uotah opposed. Sen. Edwin C. Johinion, andj James K. Doji^, s0igB%lr age of' irst-lady the tipatr move lo tndohpali eve 0 1.
OAll of the states except Utah Democrat and state legislator arty' s YUt enomintn. n- W h
Sand Washington also named Donald C. Brotzman, Republican, adf clbent Repuibl seaht *. sle two tots, ted fe to let Gera y
hAatseAe AiMg- candidates for governor, also were unopposed for the gu- men and two Democra fir.aet e nthre,toa kIwentav d I .cr Fornh l nistr An-
t1 miO Five senatorial sats wer In. beratorial nominations, renomination, with .'tS-p. .sh I~Etd"t twdlay were UthonydlitaePari
evolved lni al liOIng MASSACHUSETTS Gardner Withrow oppOs vellnk In tetloln pprnces. BDenmatrk, ep-bon ritih
plans to shift the each in *Colorado, Massachusetts tian Heter was re-named u o e. : btlQ ,, drs of both top-e t A e aniotoaee Me c- e-
carrier Midwy and Minne .. posed while Robert F. -Murple attention for ig wa r
toyeripm the At- Yesterday balloting virtually and.FranisE. Kelly sought -Political unditsoed t y The, white lon h .- n as reOrted
cifc fleet some completed th up for No- Democratic ubereatoriat nome- tht as Miinbe &.n. io e Sretary said "wre trouh' SU,-a : ale- M"s- nr e t
tnext four months. amber's q wich the Inatlon: Most incumbent -co- the nation. But Athe r are S ,that o.urnt n hh pnd he o- "ver 'pSto d ast tof
l ip an announce- two rt for eCon- gron Chad no oppositionlin- taon was: Wbhih -d col :et w on. riroa' s -U to dureaty o' aia
may. tha s destroy- ronal control. Rhode Jas clung House Spe er Jose 'laine go? ,a -ece and the r at on g
t have bl n rotating land mustdt hod Its primary W.Matin Jr., and Demopra h:rvigirous young Vote .her.- ta ,tLouis'cvil, l l2byth ajtSe Daan wih am CoBrita, Faince and tthe
ttwo acets will be and New Irki,WUl nominate wipa John W. McCoisck dm'nd S. Musk, 4teE ired usa:Oili"'t w*i th t L oCtontolr andbein We sti
Sfrom the 'Pacific and candidate 'icir verfror in par- *v .MINNESOTA the first Democratic gowruabr- sat. You have thfe OroAr ican G^hiny -ito I.
d to the lantic fleet ty convetn this month. lncumbvnt h OP Gov. C. Elmer u elt of rock-ribbed and marally h. a honorably md *tat: t e cool about the se-n n, k.
Navy said he 45,000-ton Perhaps te biggest u set Andersn was unopposed, whil epbllcan Maine in two d el W we re Owall rh- Si Claou, tl- hvirC.LPbOtlens y was clot
s idway ill operate for posted was n New Hampsire Pal A. Rasmussen Orve d.besting te incm. nd n opportu y as
t period of tie" in the where Sen. Jon W. Upton. fill- L. Freeman competed for the Gov.Burton H. Cross, in strt. a pty tos t o-ft Co1to &1-4nd i membsaroft
and the un- n out appointent tl Democrate nomination. Five Re- lng upset. Maine governor. toM' vnttyorgans-
ot for term of the~at en. CharlesW. publican and four Democratic serve two-year terms. Adlded atio sic vPcy em r of e
Tobe was dtestd for nom- incumbent congressmen suhtthe rtp i the n

Sidhi bewolrefw- iothkte a ouse to Two Republicans and two majority w. a l o -oter the two 00.* adithdb i M anicetnheit.ain d
unp n en the Rw Democrats sought gubernatorl ber Winniargin. lea ci the Elsenhower adam- du a i ao change
e with families another in terestin hi hw- Pov. HughGregg not rnnin, Tnan anmso6e criratnagn~ rtatyirao o f"nb'oO a i
havin the ships as- liht, Democrtic Sen. uber tE. Bert Eague, former state o e gslatoOr pyvelop' nmlocna ise. It aid Oolrl trtore labigtha neweru-
o one fleet ratherthn umphrey was squared away a- chairman, headed a slate of aue that had been forecast Co l 5 ad G' l 'a ', eositv-g bright new Bmo-mtr
sogme of them from one aint Republican nominee Val eigIt hoptuls running for Cot- The' three Repulica con- p ti*f aby lnrPe FPr11 E- U sels t ste!e moment ie
llst the other. fIornsom .to fight for the Min- tona House w sea. g rC e ase three Rpubliercan h;con- 1 p dem em the
member election. Humphrey has Nominees for 43 House seats Mcnture, won re-electlion,, b'dlae9-r, ve. w r t .th e.
hPr.Irss riThe veteran British diplomat ,fo M d
io m th.s ehis ie staet In the party's bid to te aong Democrats in New tefor a e ale won i Ir th o Pant f an en
V(r -ei4holdings in Con- York CyS. 't:heUSTTS Dist irct by' o6.3 ma iti pia.pof earf a n cs.e Damak.fty
Bes. UTAH major 3 in a 0,ts at ou- conversations have Ca~al CO spapy, has stayed
-M M"nI Repubi 8n.2..L"erett Only contest was the come- majority j9 den ey sfu adtht lo ie e
"T' s ~t wgka bld-of forMer Rep. Reva But the real puaoer. o stadtGePun ,. -. received in Romde I hat Admeasor Mr the Panam

today declaorng hen am Elsenhowe nlntratlon, lick- Aely'macross did nothowevr, keep mter Atioclnt P with at
fIut charrie r turhuIrer pre Statet oMuieo ternddenft nesg trneod of I n ore atius ofolows: he nalne'

I H w'wins ltajlc;sons from ron maority Swe hnanadelhth bmlm g Tned "Ite government's starwilneis at yyou before long In London." n oeiofatrtW heater- S I-
an4ed experience of the M.yover her e~.po fatr op- 1 the T ous on. r
.nlon. 'onent. Paul 1a lOle oas r recals o 'aor dut thet30110
tors. s;Ws r broadcast Wn Whlits dIga ed- IA maU Ja, n tntel e_-saead. h order wew-e to report
ase fld e e o med fo ompeleth e thle I falstC o-alte nthl'a bt'a- in.toheftanll.matsewineyo infte Bfront idNtHiitthH f imy othr 1, yfhenf oni'iLr.r*
majr r hi cc ty k Se Adnt efor ~ A

i re noun c- i oA ., l -tur s evid n.diaie r wl l fromo the cm o od *a t :

win itea" n fommu- The Medwcals Assbyation Oef q o Ndove by about 7pe the ltorut.. Cda. ... for. Eden brought Italy Into. a V '. ,.a rce ..
I M a aw ord orM orta- th l n"Contro l. R h o d ne w ill s -H p e a eren d olUre bt t r. -r w ith tt ve o t er 1 wh e,"
Swtnde- RedChle- meet next Tuesday at 7 p.m. at u boUvtt dn t1e Thd y.agwltt .'.1t MqrWthe Wrt lurnn nations to cea- atitg"h e .
It b n rote uatihe nidOorgas Memprtal #uFL, i.bora- t -- t ,. .-Was afid tb.-t.o Rn.," front Fre woth a an cor re.H -rod ut

dI t ro1pin the Caoman-i cst r ltotto fo voterso siiWnr JaRr .arier g to eakrm" amn ofio DivGe of 1heas etsrhnsred alt
LNa v ws ai e n bigg[st u set Andersi h wam."' thrtatIn two.dslirtei: t rtr "a-port
--et d a t e n topr wil slifow h e ichs p do reet pc es

tr oed Chionera lterPsad-"forVprosted n t rcraul,& Rasmussen 'Orville bestingthe, intotoiSh gt aIn so 'deely rhemaeele
ol, ftfpeinth e him.CJohn0W.tUptn. cil-ge.tFrtifiedmpeteederxtheurt. v-r"lgfIRm'tand eUa s. on. that h tae

eaA,.9scir e nm thi -- rCnhaes w pb n aeeve two-yeardterms. wag loAt to,. he nwas ircatnorer-rtf
fdveno Rchre, thonPiitf. thes and the

SCASTS HER VOTE Sen Marg aret Chase wmith of i i t oe e

Fher vote at the T Fire US Pa rols ri id
heoeonof SkowheganUrfni
__He stumbled into the polie ____th_________ __l hev I the
SmWhite House the senatorialday announ el etion over Paul A. FullAn(Dem.).ambulance was ummonedance
mac asnmen. aorser gua ds fired automc the nofidtathe w leJuanLe o rlu
John E. Peurifoy, former Am-weapons at an Amer arn ,7-year-o l swdt
wLa Boca was Mao '.

stumble Into the weede mb ador to Thailand political aylum est G
Mf b haMarinedoiodreplacing W. J. Donovan who re- many. f rt.n -

White House today announced The United States Arm y con-d hiMurde
major shift in four top dip ve American sd today that Czechosloak Aiers weret the hosit he was
".oe maticaignrmoente border guai ds fired automatic on the oeriusly Ilit, and thef

rrasgmnsab t the same time.n romdretirementhtrepldehPe-fopenedodI.
asidor to Guatemala. wasMonday when a refuge le fled toin

established this madeAmbasador to ThailandPor Thiey conal asylnued firminWe Ge-
te we o replacing W.. Donovan who re- many. ched thM .I. 'rerYr l
i .An Army spokesman saidGiThei i ed u rders
kKuaawards situltthfive American soldiers were ..a-

.... .---t the-sametime. rifoy in Guatemala. German border polie e 4.14 the.-(UP)

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