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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00507
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NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (UP)-The Rooky Marciano-
Exzard Chtrea. heavyweight championship fight today was
postponed again until Friday because of rain.
1 Thi fight or ignally was to have been hold last night
;but wapostponed until tonight by r in.
A second 24-hour postponement was announced at
12:15 p.m. today by promoter Jim Norris of the Interna-
tionat Boxing Clyb, although' the latest weather forecast
predicted that thk rain, which has been falling here for
two days, would, stop sometime this afternoon.

ParaIso, Santa Cruz

T6 Be New Homes

For 400 La Bocans

,A discusaon the proposed
move of 50 famies from La Do-
ca to Banta Cru featured the
ber conference between
: Governor O.Paxson
Soal Rate Civic Councils
yesterday at Balboa
* ,; subject of the eventual
a donmznt ol'of L
^ .^k~~riffAk.a row

shift tnmd' permanent employes
not Inpuded in the other three
It was agreed that employes
In the first three groups will be
assigned quarters at Paralso as
they become available.
SThe mploes in the fourth
froue wifabe ssied to hous-
es ia ianta CruS and later to
Pista.; a, quarters.- become
aeatUb&Thery -are sbout "a

MAIL CALL In the city jail at Mount Pleasant, MWebh.,
Margaret Delbel and her husband, Charles (rear, right), w
volunteers open the deluge of mail they have received since
Delbel appeared on a television program. The emcee of
program spontaneously asked the viewing audience to mail
Deibels a nickeL They have received more than 80,000 mo
filled letters to date.

5 Dixie States Boycott Hiei Court
A a 41 .

30 US rafers Sen Potter 1 Issues
S30 S. P' otter I P II otterStl
Rumored Due Says 'NoWar

.For'Ring For Quemoy arn

Rumors circulating around (UP)
Balboa Heights today suggested WAHINGTON, Sept. 16 (UP)
that a new reduction in force is -Sen. Charles Potter said
afoot which will take a toll of today-the united tates soud
1I U.s.-rate empoes in the not get Itself ,mbroled in a war h n
down the Canal Zone Police nese Nationalist Island of Que-
fore by 12 men. m oy. ......
Sn rel to a query, a spokes- The Michigan Republican said ___
tman for the Panama Canal in an interview that "I don't --
Company said today: think an attack on Quemoy Is WAS T
o official action has been synonymous i thanat o S NGTON, Sept 16 (UP) Sec ary of s
taken." Formosa" and "we should look 0John Foster Dulles bluntly warned Red China last n
He added that it was not the at it in a different light." that U.. Air and Naval force
Canal's policy to release anyIn- strik t U.. Air and- Naal forc A I.Stnd rea
tions until the empoes con- broiled In a -out war with dvi both Republican nd DmocJ
cerned had been notified. China over an Idand off the H e
A u y reliable source said coast which I understand is eOleCtion. cdpaignerato "stop at the wants edge" in
the slated riffing' of about 30 only lightly fortified" he ad, batting foreign policy so the United States con face
withAmericans may become effective to 0 days. Potter also said he is "not world "asa united nation."
________ sure whether we should use sea Dulles spoke outi in o arcode radio-TV port .t.
and air power in case of an at- Dulles spoke out in a recorded radio-TV report tO
Mr. rass lr W A ck on Qemoy." Such a move, notion of thM new Southeast Asian Treaty Orpnm
Mrst (d er VflroiaV he warned, "should be ap- created at Maila-fait week. The .dd s h recorded
Mrs. h o preached very cautiously." .94don wa reco
SMrs. he could catch a plane for Europe yesterday.
O R Vtklpl hILI Potter's statements a
the rently placed the leuglss iThe Secretary carefully avoided telling the Com
ney- iln warn vten at oddwith niss what might happenif they try to grab the NaMf
n'w '991s bSWM-1 J Slm. leader Wil- ai Chines islan O y
A gras cutter wbo refusedo 5o nmP. "99rand a Sen. L.
Setur4a ,',oitwn- Aow lanM (3-NJ.) of But he idecU poMtedly: .'
S r beeae he o co0it- "Our mlta a '" .
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emploae w04W: "7m _i wd -
cawho tt trleBu nu tie o
These. Paison said can be d
vided into four groups ftr the
purpose of scheduling move-
ments. fur groups are: Key
employ Wh are required to
live ne sitee te of theem-
ploymet, other ley employes
t h larg lfamille enompel ie
w or k Isoon Irregular nihttim

Benefit Cosino
On Tomorrow Night
"he gular week-end bene-
fit gam fols wao slke to try
Rane sho ae, there bein mor-
Umw night at 7:3U. -
Sties it will ie feeands
t aid. a Panam sa swinma
664P wieb will compete In
Ewadaor soon.
For the folku who like to try
t1161r lck wile halufuza
good cause, there will be dice
iam.s roulette, blacklack and
fhe Vrench card g"m bacca-
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CuafactU : proposed a
met~hda. aatfaetovv- to the^S

preme Court for
briefs for the

Troo oD"yes. to move the was dsclosed today, but It
S50 fam ess not certain that allwould do
or assignment to family qu&r- d
taers. The question had been dis-Five other Dixie states, includ-
ed at great e at town i onewhichwas ta party to the
meetings in oca. oginal suits against segregated
Wth sli~ t modification, Pax- schooling, annm ced the would
T son aycete the d sal ycott thees iumeLrts.
asked at details be Worked out Tb enysc e lorid mNorth Carae
S(Cmtinued on pae 6. Column ) lisa, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma
and Maryland met the deadline
Only One Case for applications from state which
S rchwish ato be allied argument time.
Of Active PolAo Briefs outlining their arguments
O Ach fve -P olio must be fried by Oct. 1. r
ow InC rg s But Harold B. Wley,'clerk of
N O-W I1n- Gorg s the Supreme Court, said the pa-
pers do notmake clear whether
The young eboy admitted to the states wish to participate in
Oorgas Hospital with polio earli- the arguments or merely to file
er this week is the only "active" briefs asfrie nds of the court. No
case confined at. the hospital to- application is necessary for the
day, was reported. latter, he said and such a brief
-Three other children *he had may be filed at 'any time.
t been daleOe last week as Willey was writing attorneys
n cams" are consld- general of the states to find out
ered .to be c p -pol cases now4 their .exact intentions.
The latest case oo nt corlider- In Tennessee, a reliable- source
ed to be'serious, -but there is said the state advised the Su-
some slight muscular -involve- preme Court it would take part as
ment, hospital authorIties stat- a friend of the court as a precau-
ed. tionary measure in case a brief is

lin Humphreys said he was pre- p pl ap. .tede -
paring a brist 1S would sigest day's blousewrtI from the
s nation be ended graduaUy b r e uder the Rousseau
miing classes frqm the f i r ,n ee of Mrs. T. A. ftpp.
grade upward. But some local other grass cuttert saw him,
school boards protested the plan they urged him tO return tic
and Humphreys was repgorrtedly howe hAeredid
told to "hold u the brief. S woman was probably
States which joined a boycott of rc enough without
the autumn arguments wer e had fallen out of
gis, Alabama, S o u t h Carolina, the car when she Arked it AIn
Mississippi and Louisiana. the gars P
South Carolina, origin of one f led to the ,cuilprite
the cases decided by the he court in e i
its historle ruling May 17, .has an o ., 7
automatic right to participate in Thl .-
the arguments along with Dela- vl
ware, "anss, Seout h Carolina,
Vigia and theiDistrict of Colum- t
iaT-h erparties to the action ionly
he court also invited the feder- h- T
al government and any other in- F N w
terested states to participate.
Acting Atty. Gen. Bernard F. Tryouts for the T tne Guild's
Sykes today announced Alabamas ex production "tain To Be
refusal to participate. He said that Seen",, will be held Monday,
to file briefs would bind the state Tuesdayand Wedhday nigh.
"They're not exactly* afraid to startingat 7:30 at the g u Id
high court's ultimate decision on workshop
putting de-segregation into effect. The I Jv e 1 y comedy-mystery
After conferring with a commit- calls for a cast of 20. There are
tee of lawyers, Sykes-. said that only two female parts. Written
"the state of Alabamamst do all by Howard Lindsay and Russell
that is legally possible to maintain Crouse, the three-acter ran for
entirely separate schools." oo performances on Rroadwayv.


St ateside Writer Names Pentag(

As Stumblina Block In Treaty Talks

DANIEL JAMES wrote the
Mfllowlbg .artle, whikh ap-
psared la a recent s toe
ffalo Coorier -re ----
s also author of "ted
fOr the Amerias Gatemalan
Prelude" which; is slated for
pubAlcation this month, aMd is
a conribuewr to to e Saturdy
Bven ng Pet, Fortue a4n
other maganes.u
For almost a year-since Sep.
member 10, 1053-three Pana* -
nian diplomat have been ta
Washinton tryUng to Iron eaut
the differences w=h us.. Reent
news reports say some progrs
has been made.. t I hve t on
excellent authrIy that their
Panamaan* *4wt think so.,
Ou" 0r ri atema, the aasa-

One Panamanian leader sum-
med up the issue for me this
"You operate a state within a
state down here."
He was referring to the Canal
Zone, a 10-mile-wide ribbon of
land through which runs the 50-
mile-long canal. Here, smack in
the middle of the Republic of
Panama, Uncle Sam is boas; The
poe has its own government,
sm, police, schools and even
ores and factories independent
am a on't object to
out runn the cshaal-they just
do't want us running them,
told e tiBy: The carel is
A incident will illustrate
what Re aon eafa. One day a
Sea I wer driving down
Street. On oleaide is
W l namah, ap- on the oth-I


nian business is in a slump and their kids to -segregated schools.
35,000 out of a -total population When a toylandd" was install-
of 850,000, are unemployed., ed in a zone building for Christ-
The Zone also operates hotels, mas 1952, Negroes were told they
a railroad and a steamship line. could not buy toys there. A
It builds houses, bottles milk,,threatened boycott compelled
roasts coffee and daughters the ban's removal. "All this is
cattle., creating a sore spot which we
"In the United States, all that Panamanians will be forced to
would be called socialism," a use politically," declared Edward
Panamanian official reminded A. Gaskin, Negro head of the lo-
me. cal CIO.
"But here you justify it as nec-
essary and convenient to the National, as -well as individual
.maintenance,-operation, sanita- and class pride feels affronted
tion and protection of the ca- by zone policies. We pay Pana-
nal.' He was citing the 1908 ma an annuity, or "rental," of
treaty under which we acquired $430,000 for the canal. This comn-
the Canal. pares with $12,000,00 yearly
Putthermore, the Zone dis- that Egypt receives for the Suez-
crimination against Panama- It is one-fifteenth of what a
nian labor, single company-United Fruit--
A relative of President Remon will pay Panama this year in
himself todw me that when he taxes and duties. ,
worked for the Zone he was Can the Canal afford a higher
classifier i a lower cte say nity? In 1953 the Zone st-
than Americans and padidea ed a profit of ,WAOJO. It also
for te shme wortL pid W$aingtAon 0,f000 In
MWocel the Zne's 12,972 a- interest-.
Amerian woters an r Panama- "Justee, not alms," according
nias of Weo Iama Negr orl- to President Remon, Is all Pan-
gin. But a -A i aS, ama wants.
white and i ae A alreadyy ultra-Matoaallst ana
on "loehl sate' i g are nantI-
"i to buildp a b-O-
a a o movement OIt to send
'a a igp s S rhome rM

and starred Jackle Cooper and
Janis Paige.
Mrs. Betty Haberstick, who
has had many years of semi-
professional experience in little
theatre work in the States, will
direct the new play. Tentative
date has been set for Oct. 268.
Members and pr'ospec tive
members are welcome to attend

i over quee oy
lie only ven miles n o o l
'China's coast. N to Manilae eM d
the nu fir was a
In his latest plea for a hoMgh- total fails' ccth aia
r US. policy in the Far East, defense pact did become a
KnoWland said in a Collier's reality.
magazine article yesterday that The theme o0f t lrn~ cla con-
the United States should draw ference, he saldwae greater
S line" against Red aggression ecurt t ~ unity.
uAda and be ready tofight,.a lnlC isno
a wr ar "now" If the Com-n but
munista cross it.
ilona author-
Although he did not specif- items t that Ch-
cally mention Quemoy In the nese Communists sh,/ljd an i-#-
article, Knowland said Formosa land in the Tachen group north
should be part of such a "line." of Formosa.
The California Republican Government spoesmen said
said in the article that "When Red arUUery. on -thmnan island
I say fight, I don't mean In an- fired 22 rounds at *n Ylklang-
other little war." shan t Mand yesteiy tatlonai-
Knowland said it will not be ist gans returned te fire and
easy to draw a "so-far-and-no-auen eid the e ynsy artillery,
farther" line against the Corn- pksmen said.
munists, "but we- must try to Then ationalith sne a Chinese
do so." Communist ve posel which at-
our tempted to approach Ylklang-
"'On our side of the line shan from the northwest was
might be Japan, south Korea, sulnk -
FormaOM, the. Philippine Re- Nationalist C'iee warshlps
public, Thailand, Burma, Ma- and plai.e. -n.ed 'to pound
lays, Indonesia, Australia, New Red in1stalMloat int4he Amoy
Zealand, Pakistan and what area and, n C' mmunist-beld
remains free in Indochina islands near Quaen .
Southern Vietnam, Cambodia Officials 'of the Nationalist
and Laos," he said. government were studying ac-
counts of the opening session of
Knowland renewed his pledge the Red Chinese congress in
to resign as Republican Seneate Pelpipg for.signsbf now Corn-
leader and lead a fight to take must policy on Quemoy and
the United States out of the Formosa.
United Nations if Red China Is The Chinese Communists were
admitted to the world organiC- reported today to have moved a
tion. division of Marine -commandos

this rundown toda onte
sea forces thb UIfted State

The Pacific fleet has it
era, 20 1crulse.513
and 55 submarines.
Each of the carriers has a
mal complement of about
planes And at least four
ers are with the 7th Fleet
testing Formosa.
The Air Force has ab
wings stationed at keY
the Pacific-Far sfarea. I
include B-50 bombers. Jet a
piston engine fighters, mW
ceptors, tactical reconnazsm
planes, troop carriers and
supporting aircraft,
The Air Force recently a
ed a 60 to 90-dayrotatt
powerful Strategic Air Co
units to the Pacific. s
A unit of about 45 B-50
bombers and 20 tankers
Guam will be'replaced soon
10-engine B-36 bombers ca
of flying more than s00
SAC also plans to rotate toi
Pacific soon stratojet
that fly 600 mnh.
Behind thee mobile
forces, the U~fted 8tates
four Army divisins and an'
borne regiment in Korea
Japan. Two more Marine
sons are in .the area.
least three airborne,
and infantry divisions -araR
ready alert in this country. .
Into the area O
threatened N
island of Quem ,. -
The new mnvement
ported as a
man said fighting
menaced Island only We l 6
from the Red mainland
tered a "harassing nhase.
The Tatao news agency
of the Nationalist M- Uas
the Interior, Mld the
division had deployed
Amoy area opqhite Que O wgs
ly this moth from
River area Canton.
The new foree
was in admditsn to he
200,00 treeo the
preiens y **s-ii.w
mased aleig the
Reporting to the ppt
vital new define 12
said it will g d te
rea against aW new Red
ulon that oald
threaten the
Unied States.
it fas a new
and =e saMtud
tions in ths Passa be
Oaid itbyn "Maae
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ean* -. aR fnA .Am_ .. ,so 84o0 By VICTOR RIESEL WASHINGTON -Though i "'. C'vf Publie Works:
TOLEDO-I was raised in a gen- hower's efirts to balancen the **(A) Except da dt id below
S IS YOUR PORUM THE READRS OWN COLUMN eration which was fed Lincoln budet my beupset by trouble esmat under budget ela
,: -, ~ Steffens' muck-racking of the tha For Z ese t t bhe sncret.n.oMilitseludeno.ttropation
M A I B O shame oft he cities-and I'd like -- .L r o nttocabinetofficer atrconrt
:r' T H El Cl lto pull a switch and tell the new certainly shows that he deserves new ev worse projects or on aw
7 H WIN M A I 1 X generations of the pried of cities A I effort. featre ofgoing projects, or to reA
hard hit cities t whereri menf iearent Yesterday this column published same construction on projects in
--* -- whimpering nor fighting each oth- o1 o ne of the toughest economy a suspended status.
er but are pulling themselves out crackdowns ever sent to cabinet Construction projects u n d e r
T M.rll M eai i oan op tforumt o. leaders of The Panma Aomer. of what had to be a post-war drop members by the director of the way in 195 will be continued at
Le. tters are wclved vt*ully d e nld ho co- from peak prosperity. budget, and today is published the minimum economic.rates.
smr. I could write of many cities, in- text of the secret memo which
you l Ilots# don't b. imatint it It doesn't appeal the eluding Herrin, Ill., where once Budget Director Rowland Hughes TAND-BY PUBLIC WORS
04 day. LoPten are published in the order ece ve. machine-guns sputtered and killed attached to his letter.
pl Pse try to keep the lettfen limited to one poe *ngth. in I bor wars. But among all the The memo contains 13 points "Emphasis will be gives to the
.J f l sity Isf l writers ths ld i stritest contidence. nation's communities from Flori. f.Intluding even the curtailment of development of plans for author.
Thiso Msyspalr assumes no responsibility tot statemeN at opioem n ., ,,'uugn Louisville, Ky., and on |loa. and guarantees of loans to ized high priority project to a
.in meters fr*mo fears up to Herrin, which today nave an rural electrify action cooperatives, stage where the projets could
S- o "Operation Bootstrap" the city veterans housing, federal housing; quality for construcon at a later
I o<* S eof Toledo, Ohio, deserves national t also less aid to airplane lines and time, consistent with then prevail.
TRAFFIC SIGNS attention. shipping lines. ng budgetary polity.
There arc lots of people working "(B) Emphasis will also be giv-
across the land-some 48,000,000 in Jv In the secret budget, directive, en to carrying forward general in.
Tee is a di e addition to the farm help. But however, are instruionsto ready vestigtions and advce planning
SThere is a distance of three miles from my office inFt. Clay- a jobless, especially here public works programs 'to such a ofessential public Wrks, include.
Sto my house In Curundu. In that short distance there are Tr do, where the unemployed stage that the federal government Ing those required for future eco-
different speed zones, three stop signs and three slow signs. is almost two in ver y 10. would be ready to effectively ac nomic rowth, to such a stage tat
] When I get out ~~~~~~~~~of my house In the morning I drive about countisamstwinvr10 %t. wudb raytoefcvlyc-om gowhtouhasseha
vlrWhen I get out of my house In th iein about 1 z Here a joint labor-management celeratt its public works program the federal government would be
rs when I find the first stop sign. I live In a 15-mile zone ttee has finally completed at a desirable time." Obviously ready to effectively accelerate its
taurse. Then I drive about 100 meters and I find myself in a plans and arrangements for a new this is abmed at throwing public puble work programs, at a de-
ihle zone. But that only lasts one second, mind you, in d u s t r i a I district on which works into high gear if a business sirabe time.
second. I have to slow down because of a Slow sign. Confusing, the city will raise. one-story plants recession should develop as a re-
n't it? A distance of about 200 meters. for small and medium-sized firms rsut lessened government spend- "Where agencies do not have a
Then again I find myself In the 40-mile zoie.. At lastI have -new industries with new job large backlog of authorized projspn
Sa ce to breathe because I can drive almost a whole mile with- which the city hopes to attract. priority should be given ects, emphasis will be given to
oi onfronting any kind of a sign. Happiness is always of short This first fully-planned industri- to reatively small projects having general investigations and surveys
duration, so I am confronted with another stop sign. Then a 30- al district in the Midwest will be a wide geographical dispersion and such preliminary plans as are
zone, the a 20-mile zone, another slow sign, another stop named the "Expressway Industrial the budget ctive states sig necessary to determine the suit
si St last my office. Park", located on a 118 acre cantlyh ability of projects for authorisa.
Campbell Soup Co. tract. Since no Here la the full text of the secret tion. Emphasis wl be given to
A not ex erating the facts. All you have to do Is drive such area, no matter how beauti- order to cabinet members for car- preliminary surveys and plads and
I" o' d t u r u n o tu r a t l no rhd era co. c abyo ue tam et ob e r s df o r a r er
Iromi1urundu'tou~'e Ft. Clayton PX and you will be confronted fully and modernly landscaped rying out the drastic budget cuts o the revision where necessary of
with those driving conditions. and built, is useful without rail. or the coming fiscal year: existing plans for such work in
.., -In addition to the above mentioned ordeal, the whole area is road sidings, the Ndw York Cen- "Assumptions and policies for order that construction could be
a inflested with MP'd. Occasionally you are practically surrounded tral System has promised the joint preparation of 19 budget: started promptly.
by these characters. These dutiful souls hide behind every con- committee, the Toledo Industrial "Assmptlons-The Bureau staff
ceivable object. House, transformers, bridges, culverts, trees, Development Council, that it will willsupply information othe ec "With respect to both general
Setc. Sometimes you gather the Impression that they are popping provide reil service right into the nomic and other assumptions re- invespations and advance plan
South of thin air. site. lting to specific programs, ning, sh priority should be given
It seems to me that It should be the other way around. They The Campbell Co. has retained to relatively small projects having
abIqJd make themselves conspicuous to prevent traffic violations, architects and engineers to pre- I uIe ,, "Budget pcy-1. The amounta wide geographical dispersion
XftA l iotry for (Hose boys. especially If tAtv havl to Watch all pare blueprints for construction of "B g of new ot national authority as which are urgently needed and
Those traffic signs the way I have to. It requires tgrrtat deal of the buildings and negotiations are I I proposed in the 1955 budget or as economically feasible, and on
!tration., self-control, and extraordinary eyesight under ay to lease them to job. raenacte by the Congress will be which construction could be
T'"When I fina get to my office I am a nervous wreck and I making industrial newcomers to reduced in 1956, so that the levels started quickly and could be com-
. : I am Kotn to get myself a horse, but then I am confront- Toledo. By RUARK of government employment and plee d at an economic rate within
th the prob of finding a place for a horse in a military It's fascinating to sit here and operations will be lower in 1956 18 months or less.
fatation. observe what happens to people -- tenan in 1955. Advance lannin of national
I ave a r ou~t lton of being a slow driver. M y fellow-w ork- when they need each other to beat W an L de a tmisnn a en is-9 A 1e epl n in55.aio a
aemea"8 r Deononf" bstoi d sod iner ely believeok owhe acoheon eanger.Former obbit The heads came today. The real n't until he was digested that that shield I can remember that w d eeprtmdtread security conrtion: Adequate
l" 1 th let r atra ter enemies have also worked out buffalo. A couple of Tommies somebody noticed he had wonder- the lion on the wall belongs mostly galon and expenditure rates dur- ovi should be made for d
l~ncerelyn believe foOWto thehe Aletter boysare overdoingr, i ut i^nsItandafm ol' I had forgotten. Some Grant ga- ful armament-for a dik-dik. I to Kidogo, because he stood stiff Ing the second half of the fiscal vanee plal*^g mitary publc
sinmpcerely belienhvers that withe Armany boys are overdoing Itns and speed one of the turbulent labor areas, zelle, and three gorgeous golden could tell yu, if pressed, every- and stanon one day when five lions year 1955 s as to permit smooth wor:s an: other national security
Stones in such stheodrvert wit h so many traffic thigns and speed oit now has a smoothly op' impala, and a slew of zebra skins, thing that hppeneJ on the day of were creating an awful lot o com- transition to the proposed lowe.construction Emphasis wi be
W hy don't we go back to the horse ad bugy era and get erasing Labor Management Citi. Also a little dik-dik, mounted the dik-dik with the wonderful motion in tne same hell's half- levels for 1956. laced on bringing planning of
S Why don't with e go back to the horse amInf buggy era and get they zens Committee which hasn made whole, and -e dirty great ele- four-inch horns, acre. ". To the extent that the ac. Projects and programs to such a
it w averwith? M ybge the trafc sgns a over again union labor asallergic to strikes phant feet and a fine warrior's There are two Cape buffalo The leopards? I can tell you compliment of the 1956 budget that construction could be
wod have to ge the traffic gns a over again, as a hay fever victim is t) 50 acres shield that Kidogo made me out of enormous great beasts. One's hal sharply of the ants that bit me ary objective rquire the m if- readily accelerated, needed.
Seed Demon of ragweed. a buffalo hide. again .s big as the other. But the and how long were the tusks of cation of existing statutes, the ". Ma
;________-Sied Demon Thi committee has settled al. All right, so call me a kid. Call little one's the one that darn near the warthog we hung In the three, necessary legislative proposals 0ov M a cltec waneir ofh
1..-..--- ----most 609 important labor disputes me a child who wants to deck his killed me. I like him better than and how we had a rain squall, up. should be included in the depart- t al lewelldad
Answer to Previo" PUzzle -thereby preventing that many walls with verminous old stuffed the big one who might be one of seasonably early, just before we meat's or agency's legislative pro-
r -r ., .. i as^ .s. 0",^ a n ^ ^ -thea -01 pateih yers It met' e a co 0 n A y'e wor agecy' legisa ve pr eon~
n aast eidhtyears, It animals, but call we a happy the ten best ever collected in the went to sit by the tree and wait con a e.
t non Landing a budt of $3, a child, for every trophy that, came history of bunting. I looked for for te big spotted cat to come. gram d will re.Vention e xeesslv stlyd..
S" S *ito l o year, con- so painfully means o spe, this big chap fbt two years;t he The owe W pary pig f teriore *. *
A1 110W 6 Sl~ ,, :m HB as a .Sdi eA Thus the claL Like .fear, and ore and other Ine yared me t o tl d, nd tha t= h* 0., A
r OS A C OScalW a. l^ beoe 'evaed scoe the wonder of a Ia-hot night alter -thii ttlh one .carb". LA I f
I*e J**\.-rmn's her W B M f ac gofdonars in wages ad martini after a 20-mtile stroll in me;, weate hist ongue. It was bet- in a ean -whed blue sky '
SiL s c 7Lture (ab.) ch might have been the sun. Like a bath full of crawly ter than beef tongue. We ran oul of vermouth that day. st anoe atpr ae lyerl
L Tis republic d ,n w ouby walkouts things when you're filthy from a That was the day we caught the caredonin some otherway" rect loans, rrt4e purc s and
-, -gcarried- on in some o or woy.'
T ,, --.... th orthose who want to try it, day in the duct. Like a dinner But what I am able to remem- baby baboon. (Ti o mamsme withdrawal wurantee anr lasurad oe oion-
nsl lant M here 's the simpleformula. When a when you're starved, ber of the day that the little one T t TVAandubc werarow- skl r 1d.
lickedler "I;l Fiber knots dispute jets into that groggy scared me was that Harry Selby There is L Tommie 'rpm that from TVA and public power proj sistent with the restrictiye budget
tckeder b b kgg ed-do n stage where tempers This is wha. the vegetarians will and I sat motionless in a herd of Mama missed fourteen times be- ects.) policies for other types of pro-
;mpPed ; f2 Woody plant are, eithe the union or manage. never understand about hunters, five hundred buffalo, who fed as fore she bent a bullet and collected "5. Actual and prospective sav- grams. Private participation will
L Ppe tit er ; ) Grexat fright rilBJ Bmet or even some community They will never get around to be-. close to us as you sit to a bar- it, and it is an eighth of an inch ings from reorganizations (inter- be maximized by confining direct
t 7 1Correlative 31 a challengee leader---brigs in the committee's living that what makes a hunter tender. I can remember seeing, the off the world's record. It was pos- agency and intraagency;, im- loans and mortgage purchases to
S er 33 es 4 toman poet executive director to mediate. If hunt is not a blood lust, but a love white of the eyes of the tickbird sibly the most patient ram of dis. proved mana ge m e n t, and in- only the most urgent r rements
op 22 Withdraw 35 Hypothetical 47 Cosmic order h..e falls, he then ets up a small of what he's hunting, and for the that clung, upended, to the nose of tin tion ever to tumish a tough creased efficiency are to be re- and submitting guaran r n
23 Type of 23 Sea eagle structural unit49 River barrier panel usually of three members. place he's hunting I,in, and for an old cow buffalo, as the bird chop. There is a zebra skin that fleeted in lower appropriation re- sured loans wherever possible. The
cheese 24 Forest 40 Three-toed, 50(Musical f thts doesn't work, and the city the hunt itself, not th: actual busi- pecked away at the vermin in her makes me laugh; this was the quests and lower expenditures in maximum feasible reduction will
27 Before creature sloth Sw trument J J really be hurt by the threat- ness of killing. The killing is just nostrils. Didn't see the white of aebra who, dead, and sanctified 1956. be made in existing loan and mort.
28 Identical 25 Mimics 42 Carpentry 51 Itan'toilis strike the pacel is increased. for the purpose of putting on the the cow's eyes. Only remember for eating, suddenly got up and gage portfolios by an aggressive
32 Mend 26 Manufactured term 52 Sceiinit, Recently there were 37 members wall, so the day an-1 the beast and the white of the bird's eyh. nearly devoured my friend Selby. POSTPONE ALL SPENDING safes policy which, however, would
S 34 Names 28Plant part 43 Warning 54 Abitract belai ii one panel. If you want, you the effort may be remembered, Being killed by a zebra is like be. not involve sales at sacrifice
,36 Requirer 29 Wings device 5 frndeOd can have highly placed judges, well after the animal's life ex. The bi fighting shield, done in ing whipped to death by a butter. "6. All activities and programs prices.
37 Standards of 30 Dissolve 44 Crafts (Anglo-Ir.) p werful company executives and pectancye xpires. black-and-red lightning marks on fly, if you are a good professional, not essential and justifiable with
Sperfection qually po werful labor leaders This little dik-dik, for instance, a bleached buffalo hide back- I feel today exactly like a kid at the administration's budgetary ob- "12. In determining the amount
38 Gael co u 'h. asthtoughb-argaining Dick with the fantastic horns, all of four ground. A fine black Nandi gentle- Chrtitmas. A few dead heads jective will be proposed for elim- of new appropriations required in
"9 Roi 7 .. I inGscaser, yice president of the CIO inches long. I remember I shot man, named Kidogo, made it for come from Mombasa, and sud- nation or postponement, and all 1956, full account will be aken of
i mle 4U -flited Automobile Workers Union. him one day, up in the M a s a i, me; made it for me and -left it denly I am back again in the essential programs will be held to the balances of prior year appro-
41 plement l programs mium piaioben ohreut oizti n
mApportiont Ie .r Th technique ist o keep both when we were close to starving behind, with no hope of seeing me place I love best, with the people, minimum- levels and minimum rations and other auhorizaions
41 Apportion al e d in o ne room until they or me.t. I shot him with a shot- again or collecting a tip of money black and white, I respect most cost--even though the levels rec- that will be available in 195. Bal-
2 ~ = At p stlktheimselves into a settlement gun, and didn't even notice the otr anything. Nobody's seen Kidogo and love best. I he I can go ommended in the 1955 budget may anceS of appropriations and con-
I 24Atelodoie Ibe ...+tI IIdyat.Ihlen 90se th mhaenbed nten1955bse u dently nmasd3 rltatoiain o 9
448 Fdolizegod B -- J They usually do horns. We ate him, and him no for a long time. He didn't show up back some day an see them haveben subsequently increased. trt authorizations for 19 and
SDee gords Most interesting of all phenome- biggest than a rabbit, and it was- for the last safari. But when I see again. In this connection, the need for rior years which are not required
53Lebanon'sr I ga here is the development of Dick a e st e pgm and obligation de the
pri5 Lebanon's Gosser, one of the few nationally activity will be examined in its en- policies stated herein, will be pro.
l; languagels AZ5inf!i 7 wruentia Apersonalities in Walter tirety, rather than in terms of posed for rescission.
S n i Reuther's Auto Workers Union, in- Zwicker And M cCarthy change from a prior year.
5 *Genus of ~ to an industrial statesman. He is "7. The net cost to the general "1 All government assets will
Marine snails of apt to snicker at the phrase. But taxpayer of necessary government be mana4 in the most efficient
m7Sarine l I that he is. By Peter Edson services which are of. special, di- manner. equlrements for operat-
7 Shark's For example, things are rough rect benefit to limited groups of ing supplies and equipment wi be
4 companion I - m B -- at the Kaiser plant--so right now individuals an d organizations met to the fullest extent possible
Sish Go r and the company's execu- should be eminated or reduced by reductis in inventories rather
SnCloserd ca tiv sare working hard on a pro- WASHINGTON (NEA)-Sen. sionary.direction. Instead of being honorable discharge, Sen. McCar-* wherever possible by increasing thauew pur ses. Excess in.
S Unobserved il gram to speed production and Joseph R. McCarthy's "defense" on the defensive or denying the thy declared: the fees and cSharges forrsuch serve. vent e w prepy, and other as-
SDO WN resVr f a t i**rrr..gprfits and save his Isapparently going to be another lFulbright-Morse charges against "Then, general, you should be ices." (This wouldbe farmers; air- sets wil proposed for sale or
U st Idian"Indan C arlie attck t pro e hi bea Mc~ rthyopen d a e"3n71iitnlCbharolie( histw uldke famersrair
I m ber .jobs-tha-t tway.t wav n Charlie" attack to prove him, be. McCarthy opened a new removed from any command. Any lines hich get safety-evice help; liquidation'to recovery he value of
SEast Indian w sme years ago was l at whatever he did, he was justi- attack on Gen. Zwicker. man who has been given the honor shipping lines; navigation a ied su arets. The Bureau of the
Si errsonal d is doing it. aA witness was Nroduced who had of being promoted to general and and such services as consular Budget should be ormed of ma
knock-down fight with virtually all This is w. at came out of his overheard Gen. Wicker mutter at who says, *I will protect another fe.) r pans for dispoition."
3 Russian name t_ Toldo__dusrls_, ^ wa he opening appearance before the the New York hearings last Feb- general who protected Commu- r---------- .--
Atpreso ,hat h ion fol Senate's special six-man commit-T rary that McCarthy was an nists,' is not fit to wear that uni-
Ati.ployr... ,tke p n aycut whl tee headed by former Judge S.O.B. form, general." IDE GLANCES BV Cdlin ith
-"-o-, ,duce the cost of Kaiser and Arthur V. Watkins of Utah. This Sen. McCarthy, telling the Wat- "I say it again," Sen. McCarthy.
Wh-a cars. Hesaid-t~hat he want. committee is examining charges kins committee that it was im told the Watkins committee, d ,,, .. .. ...'
ed hs *. onle to take his sugges- that Sen. McCarthy should be cen- possible to describe the demeanor eating he is not ba^cki down n
elo "tecould slash the cost sure ".)r improper .condouct.. us a witness, _nev~erheless charse- the aU hteston his oringas con-
gtin ..... bY 20" pe recent in The fiftn" and last of these trisead Gen. Zwicker's daneaenor duct oth-e Zwicer" case.
S....th i months. Such propos- charges is variously stated. Sen. as "arrogant, evasive. ./ oneo l While Sen. McCarthy's counsel,
Iree e raiSe neve labor You o- J. Wiliam Fulbright (D., Ark.) the most irritating witnesses" be Williams, invited the six senators
tcoonnsnerltou -haedtaWihujstic-had ever examined, to eross-examine his client on the ;l r amldelb .-,
JIBK' W gll nfilllet it a"i r t-re union elections. tion, the junior senator from Wis- The charges against Sen. McCar- Zwicker case charge, Committee
Then Gosser and his colleagues consin impugned the loyalty, pa- thy were almost lost sight of in de Counsel Wallace Chadwick assed
d de.di their Auto I Inion Local 12 triotis 1 and character of Gen. velop gt his case against Gen. up that chance. Cross-exammation
wo d tr to increase orders byl Ralph Zwicker." Sen. Wayne Zwicker. But two points on thi_ by the senaos wffl be deaed

;tll[zln w ill begin^^ Aung I B.S _m.uL. eer._ ~~ rss antn ~ ~zlores _~~~_wsn x unu~.
hel cnOhompndany cars Thes Au. more wInd, Ore.)md ir~tK morex~ harg roa ganst Seea. McC arht alvl th defesre is in, icnrstea o
S"^oa trie o get a franchise specifrm by charging that oen. Mo-may have been clarioedb count by cownt on the five chargeson
ro Kaihas. They were turned Carthy had said Gen. Zwickecr was .atpuese. the real showdown off
do... They changed their state unft to wear the uniform." 1. Sen. McCarthy denied that he to the end of the hear .Ir
D A | /?^ -rt^ ^ ^ "S nd on Oct. the Ohio Sales had impugned Gen. Zwicker's loy* Msanwhile, Sen. Ral landers 1 ~..l r "-Ta -
If ^ lU I /VVANTADS;/ K'Serdee Inc. sponsored by the Gen. Wicker, of course, was alty. He umpugned only the ge.(R. Vf), who stare all this .. |
*t WL |^ | fki~iaairtf/ *nion, wlSb ecin selling 1955 ir-od. commanding general at Camp Kil- eral's judgment is obeying orea rueku with his resold on demand-III S>I
*^ "-^ IS SS^II^els in ^ Oio, Indiansand West Vir. mer when Maj. Irving Peress, an from a higher level that he give iag censure atf Sen. McCarthy, is / s
ISS'Sf^S^S l "A" rinlit ~Army dentist was given an honor- Maj. Peress an honorable dis- in with new charges on the jv^, ^'C ^c 1
1 JS-MF~rs^XicsjF 'pniedo has much to be proud of. able discharge after he had cited charge. $wicker ease. They are that the /l j. 'i^3 ^ ^^f
-the Fifth Amendment to avoid an- 2. Sen. McCarthy declared that hearing was highly irregular and
.sd5. swering questions on his Commu-uhe thought Gen. Zwicker was unfi that ome -earing record is not ^^ I

S --7 nist associations. to wear the for a e complete.
t l let eer S WIH V HSen. McCarthy looked fitter, a eral." This is different from Se. While Chairman Watkins said
I . little heavier and a lot more re- Morse's charge that Sen. McCar- that his committee did not want ......- ---,t-,.
li tle eav er .d2a lotMore r se.a a
oworWfnt-adsmi I A laxedf than he was during thethty had said Gen. Zwkker was to try the Peres case all over
i *I VW Mundt committee televised hear- "unfit to wear the uniform." again, that in effect is what is '
bIus. Tu.rn to LAWRENCE, Mass. (UP)--ings. He answered in a low, al- The Peres investigation tra happening. If Sen. Flanders or
ThN lr TJis onenstime tustling textile man most bored voice, the questions on script shows that after G4nL nyon else ha pertinent infoAm.
ga c center, which faced ec- the Zwicker-Peress case, put to Zwicker had tesid an officer tn to e nthe Watkins eommseit.
tlds. Check nmi a when woolen andhim by his counsel, Edward B. should be .bpt h serxke it s t*e t* proper place to give t *It
coteSMn a started to move to the Villiams. obeyed competent orders to Sly* a w4d seem to beas a sworn wit-
W I Soth, is waning the battle of in. They took the customary diver- Ffth Amendment COMMOW&D] an Oess ft open eaes.I
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S- .. n mai h ir PatlfoX during childbirth Benn moved ody to have ive said, and the setton met aside will
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r elni iD B I a Jewish High Holy Day kia dhand r ebe foeren Uda new il n te
ewnmihhno Ha a wo a elief.Under a new ovio,,nin the
bar". = .Goldomlt.. o of .weal.th e H told a news conference he new farm w, commodities thus
e arn. U s A n Londonn hotel own, old "lt is has recommended that President set .as will not ounted in
: V a. is withrAd foeuirn i ea -, A a matter of life or death that my Eisenhower make the desigationl setting suo which are
neve 0#Out=a#qafs w^--ftfteig-e.s !YIc 5 eilnnlou d |child be found." He said the for Albama, Mississippi. Georgia, based OI o L y.
of ardMow, who is In Paristoo, hyia T e n
of f-.,/ day en. route to New-York orte child suffers from a physical Tennessee and South Carolina. The 3 million cotton bales to
en Ul ited NationG. e -- defiiency and neds certain The acting governor of Florida to-be set aside would be enolb to
outspeedysitartheremladayasked that eight countiesinkeepnext yearseotton price sup-
hhamme out ternatives meeting there later this month. Beginning S t 21, 1.954, e- Board, which responslblo for goldsmith as d he had enter- rthwest Florida also be put on r to earsent leprels. The
to te scuttled uropean Defense Right after the NATO ses- pie of the faith through-h- meeting the religious welf ed a police complaint "against the list. wheat set-aside however would
Communitypl t Wa. n sa ntherenh premier d the out the world will observe the sid morale eeds of be J the person or person u known Ps on nt
D ulls. arrivehatdwhen ate W ah- putpsi cereipp orts on w r to t ylthe p
DUes arrive at WBrl foreign secrectarY were to holy days of Ro ah Haahonah the military personnel in the U, who kidnap my child." Benson said that when the Pre- put pe support nm 82.5 er
near Bon in a U.S. lty old another conference Qual d'-dw Year, 5715. Rabbi Naihan Armed Foes, ba du thed to Goldami married Isabelle dent designates the states as dis-. cro ata m cedtoday
direct rom Washngton where he Oray so s a. Within will conduct religious a corners of the word, months Pato after a whirlwind ro- aster areas-an action he expects ceno rarity annn oay.
on departure that hi/ services for the observance of before the High Holy das, quan- mance during which her wealthy witlin the nextwfew days-- the sde-
risefght was i accodt of Observers believed important the holiday in the Chapel of the titles of religious so ., bhob- father tried unsueessfully to apartment will be ready to desig- m
th problem created by the French advances d ben made the USO-JWB Armed Forces Service day literature and ape l kosh- prevent the weddi. The couple n.e sp ii .co ntiea..i tho'me t
failure to ratify the treaties which fve and a half hours of talks Center Balboa begmnin the r foods. eloped to Scotlan and Pato states as eligible or aid me-
could have restored German sov- yesterday between Eden and evening of Monday, Sept. 27 at later withdrew his ob sections. latelyy" m
ereignty and brought Germany Mendesrane. 7:30. Rash Hashonah service for A fewmonthsafter almost Benson also junked the roughest I i m
Into a Open De Comu- The High Holy Day Season in- military personnel will be held classic ourtship and marriage, section ofthe new ro control
nit ." eludes the observance of Rosh at aUll overseas bases and at hun- the bride died of a brain tumor pogrWam which Is deagined to keep
Tomorrow, e will fly to London P L Hashonah, the New Year, which dreds of military Installations as the child was being born May costly surpluses at a minimum, to
to confer with British Prime Min- begins at sundown on Sept. 27 and Voee Administration 14. relieve the pressure on farmers
ter Sir Winston ChurenilL JaMAKE f IJ laNOS na ds at sundown) Wednes- olapltals in the United states. Goldsmith said the Paris po- th rout area. He said he knew i
D was me t t e airport day- pt. 29 d the ob v- had assigned an official of oe th l
by Adenauer.. ance of Yom Kippur, the Day of f L.C- II It. its "children's bri pgade" to pres mur stad oC, evthingoe s.
Meanwhile In London ChuchilliAtonement dwhch begins with l searchfor the m ingbae to hl f aNrytm e angd po
the British .cabit tomorrow be- er a sundown Wednesday, Oct. R a. To |I l S way on a trip to West Africa and p 'ts hey nee suo the Ilm to si
form the arrival of Dallad aon a t t Wt hAf
fore the arrival of Dulsl. 16 a continues until anadown o Il I had left the child and her ares where dr b athehs cut
At the same time, Ameri an O re iTreas where dry weather has cut
arbasador Winthrop Aeldrichnwa V These High Holy Days ar not BERKELEY, C.-(UP) To in-law..the Duchess de Durcal at 'age crops'."' Benson said. .

bssador W r dhah Hol5y ^ Day are nt ^la-aw th
rushing bav k from n a t Metet rra- days of rejoicing, but are coan- manyco I il .students- "Thethe Trianon Palace Hotel in Ver- He eliminated the so-alled "to-
n reep" is a new-fangled dance s tal acreage allotment" plan un-
Lond on. l oa s o er o s devoted to earnest e f I wento at to oersi e the el at 5 p .m. ar
e B rselpac, tAe US prob y But her whoed T jo prit of the New ,f occur"ing i jet and rket chld wthout der which tight productmed plancurbs
Fr e and a red e Es y never et the presence o today to collectthe baby would have been imposed next the BUTTER
deawlW'orthto time cawnet on i s.ni scientists worki td in ay

den Twrreportoto aitwl the =eaudge. found the child, the nurse andt b ua
ar "Europ. e gthe division of mineral tech gytd yearn every crop grown by mIr-

his urgent . ingaroundA- the a"9 o"itself? be allergy heading te -sarch te.a.m. on e, h ir n e l Of OdI
nin search on an aComlteu rna.sthetive to erair- s t" e ect of o t ofthe child' belonging Mde In New Ze
for the hodays. value by "pre-cre aing" or cold. I. WASHy ma, Sept. 1n b- idle b16 production cutbacks i n admin
tprtis ley w l memoranda or the w ingf sits o their added. Te m R GOldsmi ent i tn e o c- nurselant an cro the choose on
chill entertains DuHIew Hy D n s Californi team has asomnglearned te l7in back income tax- pand lt d by government or-

ty Headquarters, United States activation energy factor i s char- s fromt olumnin Drew Pearson' The subsidy received by farm- GREAT AN
Army Caribbean, Caribbean Air acterized by a metal's melting it was learned today. n droug t areas on govern-
meican policy. if Eden I t r h Commandr and Fifteenth Naval point or its atomic number, and eas .mothe r-n-law, butthat crops as wheat, corn, cotton, ree ie

P pr f pn District, rewarding the obseral- this information may aid metal. pto nthe U.S.Tax eou, increased wh 60 cents tonper r
srt hipl NATO and b errower-if yo's al o ance of the, holiday. resebutconditaonsat mtthe high tempera.ajoyn wuld nt have m d theg "" tobacco and peanuts.
man m sem l Ie T .S.prob-ler. But the frend who readsl-or r eI Dr. Dor said, cn met and rocket child wthot notifying me.. The initial "set-aside d f spl
oBrusselspactteUn Bt te fnd wo engines. was to prevent farmers fro
ably will buy that, I n f a rmad ery book you buy and never has Year is displayed In the first enginen voton r such land to crops whichS

sourcessaid.ooto e y gs ervmesa when rd an te dipped In Creep In metal I p. sa liml n gGfa ove mmeni J a i sht mean new surpluses, epres
French Premier Pierre Mendes tiresome. hoe and the pra er for a tor I n the efficiency obtained 'insing prices and facing the depart-

France and Eden appeared before e balye y a or example, Dr. Dorn ns
til in Paris today book back without asking for we any en e a ament to step up its purchases of
as sources reported "good pr-several tmes Arrangements have been mad taes, sadDr.J n Dorn, Drew Pearson farm surpluses.
Jtaion faithuahoutotheirdfamiCiekarb- headingtheresearchteam. B ference, his first in five weeks, for
bean Command, as well as for The crystal structure effect often age allotments. He said they are
civilians to attend religious serv- can be brought to a suitably low "uneconomical, he added, will at the
ices for the holidays. value by "pre-creeping" or cod- ,. ITON Sept. save 16 r1"llion dollars in admin-l at.the
Sorp l memoranda for the working a metal he added. The -Te government is trying to col-sarative"costs by dropping the
H Holy Days have been issued California team has learned the elect $15,20.70 in back income taplan i
by Headquarters, United States activation energy factor Is.Char- es from columnist Drew PearsonlThe subsidy received by farm- G rEAT ANI
Army Caribbean. Caribbean Air acterized by a metal's melting It was learned today.ers rou areasonovern-
Command and Fifteenth Naval point or its atomic number, and Pearson and his wife haverap. Intdognt areaso gove r-i
District, reading the observ- this information may aid metal- .pealedtao the U. S. Tax ourincreased from 60 cents to $ per I
once of the holidays reSstant metals. Proper alloying, challenging "substantially" anf0oinc sed n6nts t $1 penR
The schedule for r e I gloousDr. Doam said, can promote great- the alleged deficiency. 100 pounds, Benson said.
services to be held In the Chapel or resistance to creep, crops will start with 400 mifion I PANAMA
of the UO-JWB Armed.. Forme payments of $10,500 and $20,000 by billion
Service Center, LBo R For example, Dr. orn noted the Lee Hat Co. Pearson's on busels of wheat and one million
Balboa, Canal Zone, Is as fo that certain engine may perste time radio sponsor.
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ithe dink most ppr cited byhis
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M. to 70 per cent. caused by the termination of his
contract in 1949. None of the mon-
Tom Kipper (Day Of Atone- "We are confident that we now ey was compensation for services
nient) have the basic laws for high-tem- or taxable income, he said.
perature creep," Dr. Dor econclu. The Pearsons paid $3?,250,78 in
Wedenaday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. ded. "Our plans for the future will income taxes on reported income
Thursday, Oct. 7, at 9:00 amn. carry us into investigations of low- of $87,144.75 in 1950. The p a i d
continue until sundown. temperature creep. That work has $40,989.75 taxes on reported in.
The National Jewish Welfare just begun at Berkeley." come bf $83,075.45 in 1951.




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IN t6e Pauton Can a, Is knows throht ouslyyMr. Dadders has just addmreu die fo'lowiMP
out the States for his cowrage end feets letter to us:
,of r w. After the wrek of U.S. S. Gentlemen: I want to inform youaou thee fo
S .u when he ri akdk hi We oa ance of the MOVADO WaterpOf wrist WU I
28 menose ofd se 'h crew. ild& o c No. 9849 which I bought mms thans10 yu*-
pressixw/praWtfed Hm wl rtheCoW ago frmn your local distributors, rC lrasdWe *
iu,.o Meala of Howrac tse taDuringthis period of Ume I have bemon u iitam-
dL iyn warded for es ( r. W tinuosly in my diving operation for hours at a dm
S-in depths of from 10 to 120 feet of war, boits
SVAD 0D woaterpvoef aMiui clL *and salt water. I cannot exactly tell howms*
but my conservative estimate is ft
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S nhe red a i t thm*a cle nd
It might interest you to know t hd
Sone of mycrew of divers s ide Y dropped
MOVADO waterproof watch in 30 fet of"t wa*
four weeks later I brought it up sad were'a wsr-
prised when it happily tied way aft I
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DUROCHBR and Danny wonders If Whistler ever came
are good friends. So, when home and found his mother on her
came to New York, the knees scru binlg the floor. If he
w-ork Giants' manager gave did, Pat believes, he would have
p t private telephone num. said, "Mother dear. get up from
In the Polo Grounds dressing there 'ou're off you rocker."
Danny wanted to invite Leo
ane Day out for dinner, so All five radio and TV networks,
X ( the number. Or he plus seven independent local New
be did. And the following I York stations, are joining forces.
conversation ensued: It takes something big to make .
eH: ello. networks get together, and this
e. iello, is Leo there? is it.
-l Long pause.) Leo who? On Oct. 5 5ie networks and sta-
3a0e* Leo Durocher. tions will play host at ab pa rt
O3l (Longer pause.) You're thonorin hg dean of New York
S i 'Leo Durocher in a candy radio .TV porters, le O es.
itn' c Ben will be celebrating his 30th
,. ---- year of writing about radio and
magnetic tape, produced the publication of his book of rem-
I am MAlinmag and Man lniscenses--"1 Looked and I List- .
may be a big boom ended .PI"am
aln tape. It increases- **
t iap s wialp s, ,win alwa-" ", m
S mutes worth "My parents are dumb, too-they always buy me olots
f, or ,ple, the new l I for my birthday instead of the things a girl really nedl"
M-*'BInce4 teo 45 3a3.* -
p.4 by per cent. clubs since hs hand except West to three trmp tricks and
long as red tape Isn't tonally good. No'th could and his two side aces. 7 penalty
JIt's OK- argg should be blamed, however for wq d have come to 300 polA, far
SA bidding two no-trump. He should than the value ofh game
e a career have doubled two clubs for penalto north and Sth.
oS atsueyoung ties.
0 has en assure every By OSWALD JACOBY North could confidently expect I a1 bridge sense, it's a crime
' e blts is not type. Written for NBA Service to win three trump tricks and per- to let an opponent get away cheap.
ni sino heiress. haps two or three tricks iq the lyIith an overcall thatsihuld be
ShoW. aide suits. These tricks, combined taken to the cleaners. The biggest
SNORTH =i with those that were promised by sors in bridge come from doubl-
STV TOPPR 4 South's opening bid, would be am- n the opponents at bad contract
S to defeat e contract of two a player who mines such op
bucao .A3LINC TV) *g ubs. ties to double is a bridge
S(To a oman con said L Correct defense would have held rim .
,l was born in a c sty tore);T '
a ad ny more. *1 1 U I FRU I2
yer Is a very fetching .OUvt (D)
whoha played fetchng Fleet
(and red- dda) in suc.''Great Whte Fleet
"a, oa,.' 1010. s. New Orleans Service Arrives
and Jewel t sin.la.r BuIt-W ul Cristobal
w spooned w i* Wsi Bet 83i. "AGGESBOBOG .................. Sept. 22 to 4
056 W 5:: QUIRIGUA ::................... ......: ........ .Sept.25
up. D may '* a Yu 8.a. "BYFJORD" . ........... ept. 3
l ,t but 49 Paw=- Pass Pams .& "VERAGUA" ................................. Oct. 2
a, trim little Opeaig led-I K B.S. "AVENIR" .................................Oct. 11
s em s -ed Handlng Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
worked o_
S7 A ho b crime occurredAr
f iMIn today o are a good! New York Service Arrives
ae uBn ^ bridgeWi" tewill spot th E '- - Crlstobal
S i. crime on, Lhe ainBl. .8. "ALCON" .................................. Sept. 17
dl e ita ivinghon in.th* S. SAN JOSE ................................ Sept. 20

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Best, of the Four Tones, for overcalling with a bid of two

t of twelve pasoegfer i W .
Yt, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sa Frn co
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and Sand Francisco ...$270.00
To Seattle .................... $365.00



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eat, were .same ng the 35 sts

meat, were .monte 3 s S14 Ao_ '
lost evening at -buffet in the
homedf Cel. and Mrs. Willis Z.
Lord. Dr. and Mrs. H. Anderson
were co-host. .
Cowe.as Feted with 3 DeNpedNa
At Army, Navy Cur1 THAN Mr GUS.TS gathered
Mr. and Ms Worden H. Cow- fe trail Americn naons join
Swho will t hthe Ancon H ts for the tion were envoy
SaturdayMI to tht St f newor c Sra esn.de bl eadr
home In Arensvll, minol, were ..
a Fhonored last even at a Alner
p. 'iven at the Army and Navy Club evted at the National Theater
Iby a group f friends on gt by the Panama Behool of
.Dr artic Arts and' the National
R i'r r R' Mr. Cowen retired yesG'rday as Instuteof Fi" Arts. The school
Director of Admeasurement for is tldet, the par onage Panama's
o the Panama Canal Company. With Firt Lady, Mrs. Cecilia Pinel do
.. Mrs. Cowen, he has moved into R iemn.
Sthe Tivoll Gu t House where tey The public is invited.
will stop unti a rsing time.
S Friends who gathered to fetets
theCowens included the follow a
InAOpens At El Panama
SMr. and Mrs. N. H. Wilson, Mr. O S El an a
and Mrs. C. L. Lindre n, Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Pellan, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Brians, Mrs. Theresa W a
B Comber Mr. and Mrs. J. J. How-
," '. n i tt, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. The autumn season at Hotel El
.BsnStephenson. Panama will open next WedneAs.
MI$S MARIE B. WRIGHT of Balboa whose engagement is beC.l day when Stateside bandleader
announced today. From the Pacific Side we re Don Baker and his six-pce r. or
Captain F. A. Munroe, Jr., chestrs start a thregemonths en-
a o -f C tain and Mrs. H. A. Lincoln, gaoement in the Balboa Room.
EM STER OF 7NFORIm ON It TIQNS AND MRS GUIZADO Captain and Mrs. E. G. Abbott, The band features the beautifulh
EN"OVIaATU M TOMO1OW -wCo Captain and Mrs. H. E. Falk, young vocalist Lynn Carole.
A ro a. iMr.e and Mrs. W. H. Hobert, Mr.
TheMlMter of Foei Relations and First Viee-Presl ien and Mrs. W. H. Hebert, Mr, and Baker has be playing in top
of theR1 aublie, M-r. Joe amon Gulado, is entertaining with Mrs. L. L. Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Miaml night spbts and has play-
iA. gade t a bane tomorrow oeventr a honor of the J. S. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. L. ed in the past wii h e4o Wems, e
dipleatle mlssist aredted to Panama. Wolford, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood, Ted Lewis and Paul Whiteman.
e affair will be given i the Balboa Room at Hotel El Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Priester, Aft. his discharge from the Na.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Medinger, vy during the war he joined Tax -
A - ____Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hoyle, Mr. Beneke's orchestra, and later
dg GiymIn---'-t ct. o eand Mrs. J. B. Crane, Mr. and Ralph Flanagan's, after which he
rihtGison Capt. Kepe Stops Off Mrs. D. E. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. organized his own band, playing
Detr thal Known At Coco Solo R. D. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. In such well known places as the
Mr. ahd John A. Wright'of A welcome visitor on the At. Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. P. N. RI- Lombardy Hotel, and the RoSey
Balboa.f t agemen4 J.lntic Side was Capt. Lyle C. ley, Mr. E. 31. Light, Miss Gladys Plaza.
or terIttMar.eB. Koepke, former commanding of- L. Elkins. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Wright, ..A 3aOles -ib- ficer at Coco Solo who stopped off Collins. Mr. H. A. Greene, Mrs. Versatility and gaiety are chs.
son, s and' Mrs. Noel -for a few days while on a train- Lavania Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. racteristic of Don Raker's music.
E Gib f. l.Marg*arita. ing flight from Columbus, Ohio. W. A. Cawl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred clans Who are bringing with them
An Go r wedding is planned. Sill, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunt. 600 ls. of instruments. B-ker
While here he was entertained -hlmje. plays the "Celesate" as
at the rangers Club by Mr. and Back From Taboga as a guitar. The drummer .
msbtay fup Mrs. W#lter Hunnicutt, and later Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo Arias, Dr. so days the vibraphoq. The band
OtIf .lA as New Members by Go drnor and MAm. Jose Ma- and Mrs. Jd rino, Mr. alidf Maures singing p l" .har-
The 'coatWittee of' 0 who ered a rs. Jatk and Dr. ad money. a a
06e InWAmoren Woman's Club am at tW home. rs. uriva
0mobw emb "t from V l Aa w a
I qrty y a bga s la mu
day a ci Mar. u sc, but a y c po and
tars on She oad. Judge Man s. Cwe These Latin r.yb n
' Judge and Mrs. Guthrie F. Sched2lte
New members ~ere introduced Criowe of Ancon will have as At Nationalu Their repeltoire will Include
to the club 1rsdent, Mrs. Ange- their I house guests Senator and A one-act play by Eugene 0'. latest dance hits from the States.
la Gonzalez- evills, and to board Mrs. Earle C. Clemments of Ken- Neill, a comedy by Mollere and a
and ,biphaittee members. tucky and their daugther, Miss dramatic pantomime will be


e.. gives you 10fd glasses.. .fro -

Thspeaker of the evening for
next Wednesday's meeting of the
t :Pontama Canal Natural History
DELICIOUS PI.AVORS Society will be Col. E. B. Jenninrs
whe Is project nglneer for the
Cotnaetor's Hill Project, ONb. 13.
-q. Onpep Striowhorqy Jennineg will talk on "exeavai

graph s of the work w1 dbe on dis
play in the lobby of the Gorgas
Memorial Laboratory in Panama

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A A big bargplo, 0ooI

The speaker has announced
plans for a 30 minute talk fol-
owed by a question and answer
riod, and has invited all comers
ato rive primed with as many
questions ast hey care to bring
Members may bring guests, and
newcomerst o the Isthmus a r e
artieolarly invited to attendd this
Rebekah Ledge
Meets Next Teday
The Isthmilan Canal Rebekah
Lodge No. 1w ill hold its regular
monthly meeting next Tuesday at
the Win Memorial, Balboa.


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led in celebrating their joint Day of National Independence.
s and their ladies from Honduras. Costa Rica,. Guatemala,-

2 cups fintly chopjaed greef pep;
per. 2 No. 10 cans whole kernel
corn, % cup flour, 3 tablespoons
dry mustard, 1 teaspoon Tabas-
co, 3 tablespoons Worcestershire
sauce, 1% cups .tatsuk.
' Pour evaporated milk over roll-
ed oats let stand 10 minutes. Add
monosodium glutamate, salt and
pepper. Blend beef into oatmeal
mixture shape Into bafki using
No. 26 seop. ,Jake in a very hot

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from heat. Se* 6 egg yds end sibwly add (he
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9A d A.p.v-bl-. 0209 Central Avenue tages, modern conveniences, mod- "... .
r SALE:._Admirs4efrigerator, 9 FOR SALE~- -7I Chevrolet Style- Beside Capitolio Theater. Tel. 2-3479 rate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
cas stove condition. Call
aPrt. c new Kn5344-. Rainbow Navy 3744 or, r nio22 n GET THEM, while they last, at EL Philipf. Oceanside cottages, Santa
ablue price. 5c4-. Rinbow Nvy 7 or ,. CORTE INGLES' Annual Sale! Com- Clamr. Box 435, Bialboa. Phone Ask your Dealer for
C Tel. 3-1P45. FOR SALE:--1954 Buick Special 4- pete suits from $4.95; Pants from P.mma 3-1877. Cristoal 3-1673.
SL .I ,ving room set; I bed- door sedan. 6000 miles. Will accept $2. All guaranteed. Low prices on W' ot he New Weldwood 01e
-!in good conditior Phone trade. Cristobp 3-2362. creda. terms. Just say: "Charge It" tages---rockgMs, r a frigeration, two- (l'
10 tges-ockos, efrieraiontwo
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2; 0 ,FOR SALE:-Heilman sedan, excellent $.oom. Ph;e Bolba 3050. "'PRESTO-to3'
LdE goTE7INitiSoPh7,onePa36 madreot tmAvermsnustBsay:e.ChareIt
Gs w'Ate' r heater, condition, $750, Phone Panam 3 tral ue. FOSTER'S COTTAGES. n mile post
n used, 100; 2333. URGENT -The "Comith de Avuda Santa Clara. Low ratO. PhoEne HR AMPhm of OW bunt have n oea s mu m vai w-ea SWeo1e?. .
chinaldoset. brdseye FOR SALE:-1iw 51 Pontiac Catalina. Socia wishess to acquire a used Balbo 2-1866. for Home or Industry w Mangr of l .right, epds ipa.reti dva stme th
; itc table, porce- very good condltian, conventional wheel char for crippled person, So- Sea n Minutes His 10 y oftcd horns ve been put to use in unual garde
unmatcj'd.cho.rs. $20, shift, radio haot w/s/w tires, c.al Work, and emergency. Call DO GOOD WITH YOUR VACATION Bonds like Magic co r ul d pavilion,. a deorative pyramid and a e uooe m.
a rf witPr.ngs, $25;, leather upholtery. dest offer. Can Panama -3225. --a a AT SANTA CLARA!. Packed In Handy Tubes ..-..._ ----- .
Sfor ful/rze bed. with be financed. Apt. 2024.H. 2nd By renting a cottage at Santa Clara Ready to Use on -.."
pl $- ref rigerator. Ave., Curundu. Phone a-220. OR SALE Beach. from the 20th of SeptemberWood, Paper, Cloth
ofel Ic* ,$1 5T Seeb-So een 4004-6.30nyy&Vex- t sh.n .rut 3 o ep enmbrnynou w.lW. O rM ,
p,..ere capt. Mondy._____e __Jeo ___ the Mission St. Clare's Building Fund, A ru lU
FOR At F WORKMEN: Grasp This Opportunity! and will enable the Episcapal Church I
FOfR Six- gas stove. F RA EL CORTE INGLES' Sele offers to start building the mission this dry Central Ave. 2 AC29US e 1U r I .
exdi ith ,I ; modht Boats & r not.. Khaki pants originally sold for $7 season. TeL 3-0140
di n t'wi I; um atn B of the reduced price of $4.95. Low These beautiful cottages owned re-
oer erld ti r- FOR SALE*r ..AS For'morede. prces on credit terms. Just say: spectivelV by Mr. Williams. Miss Bliss., UAlr orllln i /
a J e. .' *-., temp' taCharge ,t." EL CORTE INGLES, Mr. & Mrs. Farr and Mr. Shropnell i a
A deR SL.E'T5porme~rg', ... --195 No. 73. Central Avenue. have generously been offered as an I| grn BRll i*nm nancing .. . 16 ( -
Av r.lo,, up, FOR SALE: 195Il1,Vncent "Black i.--.,-- -.--- incentive to help build their Church. -,r ..ll D ian STi a. LoU, Mo., Sept. 16"(UP|) I
sta /-. Shadow,"excellet.pnditlon.Phone FOR SALE-Smoll Spinertype piono The cottages hove practically aoM at El Panama Hotel -Albert Paglino, who drank
J iful ol- Curundu 1 7292. with bnch, tropical tratd modern conveniences. Rent one for a Studdo. We will be beer during his own requiem and By James InneBS
.'I ade ru -'a. new. 5425._House 6338 Loo s Rio. week or week-end. The prices vary Closed from Aug. was later charged with murder,
r* 41. 3-1043. PE RK$ AtS FOR SALE:-A.rolone "Ercoupe" with from $42.50 for the week to $21.2 to Oct. 11. was11. .misn a n today. It's good to see a professiona show of paintings in Panamt
S- engine ust more, airframe for the week-end. ey cou once in a while. Thank God for the painters who do not paint
S OR : F-N iw Pig tre,; *lct WILL COUPLE who bought desk from overhauled, new glass and interior. Call either Miss Genell Bliss 25-3812, I RNETTtrace &of PDUNo, 28, although .o removethe tension of veryday fe" The professonal w
e, -h, n72 er uA, house 8023-D please contact sell- Icoted Colon Airport. Phone Cris- orMr Wlliams 2-3050, or bk the his auomo le wa pulled out of reer to is Cro Oduer, who halna show l Sept 20, a
'ELGA No. 72 Peru ve. er Margorita) tnbal 3 .2915. Baldwin 2-1715. latest steps the Mississippi River nto which the Orecha muc store, 30 Central Avene, near anta An Pla
O A FOR RENT ---Completely furnished SH PNEL'S furnished h o u s e s on n so M G t a.al ue
4 A Uo U 1ORS..A ..a 'one-bedroom basement apartment, ch at Santa Clara. Telephone ch an t new dance man tumn frofitherauto se I Oduber paints with a technical fluency that, although tiid.
S* *L1 Estat... nOW ifUl IEiiI living room. kitchen. garden. Near THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve- rolled toward the river. He said at times, gives an over-all impression of a vital individual.
5 1 ... .park. busl ne. Bella Vista. Phone nings. the man got-into awaiting car, Much has been said recently concerning a "retreat from'real.
t SLE:--Lots, at Parque Lefevre. 3-1146 .. occupied by another man and tv Into abstraction." a certain "lack of social reponmblity" and
450, 750, 525, 1000 motersa ---- U Cl68a Shots FOR RENT ( wasdreaway1. an "expression of the complexity of moder civltion.-theabsenda
ichwmp). Cash or credit. 3rd Street. -- WANTED un KRA VlU PaUn wife, Betty, wa or the existence of which I.supposed to constitute some 1 -
sH 2311. M. Hall, Gruta Azul. of Ca"f Im. U010 O. A. and E. oainLLc auestlonwd for several hours but crime ranking with infanticide. The men who say: "I don't know a
T ers, um rMiscellaneous (Palmer Graduates threw no light on his disappear- anything about painting, but I know what Ilike," quite obvious
SFOR RENT -- Chalet, five bedrooms., OFFICE HOUR: dance. She said her husband, who ly do not know anything. period. Why their judgment I accept-
it WASHINCttl, Sept. 16 iUP) WANTED -Vctonuby Corrsquia. Extensive grounds .Turday: 12 no has been doing "odd jobs" while ed seems strange unless. In this democratic era, Mr. Average Man,
ST LIKE A A RK -A Univerty of Colorado s- Amercan couple before Oct. E- ovelookng golf course fenced. Per Avenue Tel.. free on15000 bond on the ur- by virtue of his state of being, the udge and jury. Perhaps
V iT ll lovetM setting entist hasinvent a utrasonc cent refer no children Panama 2-0083. block from Lu Theatre der charge, failed to return in the future a painting or a musical composition will be created
St o vely modern, well photographing device that can a-.se ca-1-. 34... FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom choalet in home as expected last night. by popular vote,
3 bedro-m iideens, 1ake sharp pictures of the body's WANTED Woshing machine, 60- Bella Vsta. Phone 3-1713. Mrs. Paglino identified his At any rate. those who look at Oduber's show and refuse to
spalous wn-dn- internal orgapl and which may cycle iwrnger i Cpe), excellent TRANSPORTES wallet found In the car after It open their mind to somethinR new (for this kind of painting ti
S m, lair. rch, help deet, y ll.. ,. condat.on Call 3-1706. Cristobal FOR RENT was pulled from the river. A new to Panama) will find their tie wasted. A treat Is Intore
f-' g ta-p ed The Ve tlon BAXTE R, S. A. loaded 12-gauge shotgun was in for all others. .
e rm la t nfhtl unco nven- Apartments Pack rShi. the back seat of the car. Although a certain amount of repetition is evident, It ight
SLb tn of thc soe." a ma- P rOi/SO S na r ppers, Pa lino was chased with be the result of the short length of time In which the icturea
d -laVfI ie awW tee developed government ATTINTION I. Just built modem Mo murder last April In e death were painted. Oduber reveals his search for new expr on, not
wer .uu an lbhrnbs, t lt that .aiiletect such (Continued from Page 1) furnished apartments,. one, two Tels.: -252 A 2-2451 of Willie Burchett, Omaha, Neb.. one that Is strong and revolutionary, to be sure, but rather, an
Altralble seithbors. tliga goiters.- gst and tu- bedroom, hot. cold water. -Tel- Pastam. Itinerant, whose bdy was found orderly but slow, progression.
1l. aig few r United n moral In the pternial organs. betW en Community Services phone Panama 3.4941. In a burned toull. cabit at There is also evidence of his dependence upon other
.l Pers c It m. eveantuma be able to or Wilson H. Crook and FOR RENT: Modem two-bedroom - ch Paglino had registered a This is definitely ota detrimental thno Hlowever, di
IpBIIBIcomrT' n SSi a-?2i Go am. eounell ep- apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un- m oniaoGAP bouX ar egr..p t should npt five or ten years from now. O S
-O'-. LT ra nd re- nh . a o r furnished. r FTrfurther details call A : i dUen R and has tsh qh time InF o which to ihtow. .
of ele ictureofcn- native, agreed to c r Zubiet 3.1802. 3-3337. to c ii C A Durchetit bad? tau first Iden- The: artist and his wife (who. fadditip to being :.yery
AND -CO. LTD. cer and other diseases ofesoft or- Crook and the residentsaf-Wzbea:fist7 .a tta t'. -a.i. n a c ha g s s fi nt- ..ar ohn d eh e -' o
SA Tel. a-m388 Egfand tissues. leted and work out a detailed FOR RENT:- I-bedroom apartment. We print all kinds of SporS Shirts buried after a requiem mass. A answer questions and to sell partings. Prices are not mar
Dr. Douglas Co- edu ing. new. No. 96, Via Belisaio Porras &an sa ewdays later police were p-
D M. e _Dula ho.Ho lnruCtol- In connection with the pro- 18th Street, Son Francisco. Phone few days.la-ter police were tip-I.,
.rado .Meda.. school Instructor.*sed move. Paxson announced 3-2138. "Ecllent Miee*rap Wkt .Pod that Paglino had been seen.
Ua ,i *,., ,L 8 said his devfle 'elps in certain fhat arrangements can be made -F R 1r sRN Tal, Ne i -- Tel. 2-476 drinking beer in a tavern a d*I
Stm cases to distlnsh between tu- with the C.TS. bus company to FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart- block away from the church dur
hL M .fbout mors whichare dabsgerous and provide transportation on a ment, 2 baths. maid's'room, ga- iI the funeral
those of no consequence to aDa- carter basis at a reasonable rage. Bella Vista. 44th Street No E B i ife were arrested
tentss health. -cost for employes living at San- 32 Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815. s shortly t ereafter. He refused to
3VI COMPLETE L IE-F tell deputy sheriffs anything "ut
lg Howry also hopes the soma- Cruze and working at the Pa- FOR RENT Apartment near Canalb PE or t wasdeharged wi th nmurdery but
coe will,, in time. permtdoc-gfic ter-minal. Zone $55. Must buy furniturechargedwith murder-
Lors toinpointnall -Of interest to the residents of Reasonable. Call 3602. Balboa &phonographsat
-oIfiles ian Wrir al*tic side communities, it ........... ... Also:
andl kn stones.tn o visualize -.announced thatplans to FOR RENT--Lore furnished 2-bed- n
Seartmovements and to dialg-, the theaer at Camp Blerd room oportment. hot water. T.vo iHF records Ind UM
R. Sept. 16call ose disturbances in such or-- I nainbow City during the corn- Avenue. Panama 2-0170. .- pre-corded tape. T e .i O ri
YaUpto Retton called more P tomach e andl telvresr," e O runt dry season are still under FOR RENT--Apartment, entire top
n cadmore, stomach and Intestines wi active consIde atiofor.3bdoo
to. the stand today at exploratory operations. active consieraton. flor. 3 bedrooms, hot water, lo- n n C iea A
federal trial of 13 Puerto Howrv said somascope cornm- ca a al.o a ,nnone that coted on Via EspaAa. For informa- jpllll 1 Wie Vp BERKELEY. Calif (UP) -
'0lonalists charged with blnes the principles of sonar, ra- ,It was also anoetncedr i be t on phone 3-4923. A collection of bedbugs is being
iir inst ttheIdabd.lF2M Fhectros t o fo bdbugsisbeing
.pirs, ,inS t "dhees edabout Oct. 31 because FOR RENT: Modern' portment, in Ma Fml hh ade on a remote Pacific atoll so l
yMd i-;_-,;._,, brrs l |^S: l hr^-. nY Ilck of patronage now that El Cangrelo. 2 bedrooms connecting 1 i.
,e aa, thAnumber of residents of both, porch, living and dining Mcan study the origin of the island's
eased Puerto Rican waves through water and re- nt comlftui has declined, rooms, spacious kitchen, mid's and MADRID (UP) Wine went Polynesian population.
ry testified yesterday giving ech oes-the lip and L"-s thtan 60 families and 77 laundry room wth hot water sys- begging here at seven-and-a-half A siy-man team of scientists is
-- -a r d ; . . .rnlo ultr asoni 0'-Romhi,:. 6e0rom.o ,o ^ Se a 7 1 undry r oom -,,th hot water s begging per at ieven-a dav
NLonalist leader Pedro down 1rrinci.le of ultrasonic hbaehelor emoloves are now lit- Item. For further particulars please cents a bottle hle worried au- visiting Kapingamarangi which
Iuampo fraudently gained soFnd transm; ssion. Ing. at Chagres. Call Panama 3-4946 from 8 a m. thorities wondered how to build lies in the Southern Caroline Is-
in Puerto Rico by From raod.- the .omaqone to 6 p m up consumption. lands two degrees off the equator V
g R "a le" that he had orows ,the .a in romf "beck Much of yesterday's meeting F- -REN T-- Apartment: 2 bedrooms. There's iareay enough surplus i-to study the island's rocks, mas. r-
g army of 500 men and n g. rom e V devotedto sublects of local wine about 50,000,000 gallons of it, ine life and to brinrback a sam- TALL COOL GLASSES OF I
sympothirers who would vilon, the pmascone borrows ret such as the e a living and dining room, kitchen, to every bath tub in Spain and pe of bedbugs for tche Robert L nnd summer meal. Kabebs of freb frut add aparkie to
-o revolt In a general i the pr n d:1M4ffingk these lreets and dranate facilities bathroom,porcheand terrace. Car- industry sources estimate the over. Singer, entomology professor. L
-- dorth im-L .. ka s J. J. Josephs, of Rainbow Citv. and Second Street. Phone 3 3904 flow might mount to 375,000,000 Dr. Singer hopes to determine
screen mpulsesevis reported that the night school gallons, if there's a bumper crop by examining these bugs just
witness. Gonsalo Lebron _there may not have sufficient FOR RENT: Apartment. 2 rooms, this year. where the island's people origi
yor, who has. pleaded -students for Its operation be- furnished. hot water. $140. Aveni- Where are the thirsts of yester- nated. The people seem to be of
to the conspirty charge I'I D II "_ euse of restrictions on students da Cuba No. 58. Phone 2-1227. year? -Polynesian culture, but the atol
turned statle'S- evidence, *.S. Ifealy 0 permitted to enter. Pax son FOR RENT- Spacious apartment 2 lies between Micronesia and Mel-
a diant a month traveling promised to confer with the bedrooms. 6th ve Coco del Mar 1. Spaniards have switched to anesia and about 1,200 miles from .
SRico n 1952. and! (Coatinued from Page Ischool authorities on liberaliz-I San Francisco. honi 3-2752. 'beer or soft drinks, blaming the Polynesia. Dr. Upinger believes I, l
'I ost of the natives indi ( ir* the rules to permit greater change on the increase in price members of island's population I Met A ^1
l M out thl- batlonallst He said the pact hai only one emnloye participation. FOR R T since pre-war days which sent a scratch bites of Polynesian bed- F, m. .Or ..
S .... aim to block algression. Cleveland Roberts. of La Bo-il Fr- NT s itre of wine up from one peseta bugs, but the bugs are being b-l l i With
S The fact that the Commniun-,ea. questioned the reduction of M Ie laneous to three pesetas (7 cents). brought back to Berkeley so he'
30 or 40) Nation- lats find that objectionable is cash relief uavments to employ- M,,enaneous____ 2. Wine production is at flood- can make sure. a Want A
re re s re ,to tiat.", tragically rveealing o0 their am-leas with outside incomes. FOR RENT WAREHOUSE..corner tide. The 1948-1953 average of 400, ---h el
(1 n ,o 3 or 4,000 bitions." he saild. Paxson explained that the F pejth "nd Twelfth Streets S 0,0 allonsannualfljumped to ed em|i Ve' d hM a ,fl
w -job01 thew cash relief is nnt a retirement t Francisco. F. ICAZA CO., I, Justo 850,000,000 gallons in 1953 and is AnticI H ayU me m v. ,m t
.lThe treaty was signed in Ma- .ment and the lamw author- Arosemena Avenue. Still rising in 1954. I I 'l in Yin ,,re, Am c HM
nlla lst .We"nesd.a bv their the payments reaoure Vintners, resting on the wine- ABINGTON, Mass.- (UP) -An V nd cmip wi, ea Pam Amese
United States, Auatsas ce,j hat the factor of an outide FOR RF T drinking tradition, never tried to Abington couple selected the town Wet Ad.
SBritain. New Zealand, Pslsta n, Inrome be taken into consider- v f,, I raise the thirst of their customers most logical spot for their antique
The Philppines and 'hailand. ton in getting the amount of R until they saw the market running shop-the 104-year-old King House. I
.'Dulles noted 4hipact providesI ash relief payments to be Oms dry this year. Now they have Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Quiney
that in the event of an armed ade. Such payments are now FOR RENT:-Furnished room. kitch- turned to blicity in a big way. renovated the rambling; structure,
Attack on any member nation ein made with reduction 10o en, gas, refrigerator. 31st Street Advertsg points out that Na- which has perhaps mirrored the
Other countries will. met the -economic reasons of not more East rNo. 9, rnr La Piscno. poleon's arm stuck to wine and community's changing economic
.common I n tian 5. he sald. missed all s of afflictions pictuer betterr than any other edi- If fvu'e buvieg. seal a. -e.in,
Sith their Paxson complimented the of- FOR RENT: Room with garoae in plaguing the local populations on fice. h ring es sweppla. se
* U lf@iii* ., .. ,T .as 1 and membership of the presidential sector. lquire 45th. S t- their lines of march. Like army Built in 1850 at the cost of U$25,- ;Ie Wm A ""
n.IVcCcouncils for th active and No. 28. Apartment 1. uniforms, "wine warms you in 000. it served as the best-equipped I
;...tt. h i.l' to constructive work which the winter, cools you in summer," is hotel in the area for stagecoach ,
SnL'he fact t n to benefit the local a sl an. and horseback riders. The a pea-
Is, it ,, . Zmunities and to coordinate Quints 0 On. sa of ane of the Old Coony R
a to 51ritiahn m h any naberthiP r oflems withe residential to hU 4 In Barcelona, there in k rm B5nee of the Old Colony Ra lroad A. A M
t & dang of t nt problems with wine ro sone-type a few yars lMter ended that, so
l lor- ageo o pany-Government planning. Two As Nurses, pumps at wayside flng stations the hostelry gave way to a shoe
the about his I mg Research is under vay to see factory in 184.
"s-ti Dubes ts la TWO As Students if it is possible to make beer out When the booming industry re- PANAM A
**^a' with this "d alt- MC Inag o grape A Madrid laboratory rtted in the stresmlined shoe-
S with "more ep MONTREAL Sept. 18 (UP) ha produced a type of light wine king companies, the factory .
18 p wtmd Mcln lou dcfen finl| CII Uaill~liUh I The four surviving Dionne uintu- ae which samplers says S fMded and. the house wastuda f m c -
lut asis ba "ts" ,'.. ., rW apll peta settle down to a new life "ve o a rombintion tevoerm dbweU ,
seM-. "I believe tnlane pact today, two o;-them as iurses and The government han stel barrel factory and livery stable. .
9 will. to fact.,ke xa subtantial JOHNSVILLE, Pam--UP)- Two theothrtwo t obeol Into the piet"* b ordering at
jqianed the'r seay 9totlob preserve free spcial devices which warn of ex. no new land be given over to
l etAilan f gov| nments in Southeast Asia lsive heat and humidity protect Marie and Annette enrolled to- vineyards. T. protect owners of r i
l tealsa.rojmlds ad to preveBmala Hnmn from e Navy's giant R2.000,4I elec- day at Marguerite Bdurgeoys Col. vineyads now In production, the & a
t Btr t of te.#rt. on ito $be Pacific |rea brain from summer heat eg here, the former to stu overment has a g r e dto buy
b- s-taed tape. where it would serlosly threat- Wves. rene Uterattare Sad w.i ad wine crops thamt cannot be s.old. J .
....- en the defemee ef-he waited .The electronic record ins.tru- te latter miale. Marie .u. I 1 .. .. r ur
,otq his State." DDulles* .. its constanUymonitor te tem.to hr bome at Ca Bender O nt ; ..
rt "_ thidy... i--, tY U .gbhm..!n Si, eg.h-.-/ "et i CIVA'S SPECIAL TODT AY
-i--_R-JS e become too h lh. eh two surviving a Ha _- Sahwager, 1. y, swattedl FORD v-8, 195 iwiii T
A Aurtasl..- __" makin th H>urs$in the Notre gr _was ,
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Mrs. who lk the idea of acing "We' e the beet camera-
ttoeatr. mT andI delerIn
i "Me Las Vegs Sto "early esmel die umInsemet, we'8 use
net year and T n ,w nl make. I w a mew story."
up for "Hit h ekk Iso -t--i n
': LUllan G. GCdb, fil emoting for
'We've wanted to do op reI the O wnt time in eight years In
ways said that we wouldn't do It to mPre t toy .
Just because we wero husband and I-h ---iit-or&.

na our Or tge hin yr y Jus a e r actor wants to be a dirde-
-i Z. iREENMAN GO 8lDN and
There wM obJecti m at Charles C oroel announced two
rm Fx" us i rs to MairynyearsH ago they would retre In
M e aadn .T es about pea hl 1ioI. Now they're expla iig their
for au DO&,ntu'.in thsc re"aenDe.' flve-nlhghta4-w-ek Amos'In, -
warlea'of'i Seven Year 19U.1 Andy Musi Hall CBS radio show A PATIO OF COUNTR CL surreads sw ng pool in rins of enent Roma s GREE-LIE colus of St.
IBu the mCresnpla i Usrn Broad- e re em pires "Newpo rt." sow beig nvered at C tellammare atsba, Italy. Pool Is 100 feet long. bia ruins are among finest found.
Oay si W d n ow ocats asome t he0,e dwe ,r -te oBy NEA Foreign Service
Brown makea the stage. They Itplay records and Inter- CASITLAMSARE )DI STABIA, amid apclous villas and a pio Now wor ..ien are carefully un. In Pompeii's "Newport." ma-
The pA NOTE: Twesnaty for gnuew sta r ~ he show. oum Italy (NZA)- A nowe lman of lared B ut rt club wmaieu Greek. covering the details of the town nifent frescoes are being program
ende pubc i8e. they'll be dblngAtheir ear Sun the life of ancient Pofpe lan$ isstyle omaxs are amosg Sae fuset under the rat direction of on the wall, of villas. There are

ve y ago, Darryl anuck and MAa after "Pushover." . ..Th pr "Newport," where ex baero d'Or, school prcipal of el Ity since both locations were that is extenJ g elaborate seaman
lehael turne out a e h t Migty" has been believe the wealthy bluebl of Castellammare-to actually locate "embalmed" in the great eruption and Roman diggings as well as
. title "Noah's Ark" for blusi wein Heaven and the Pompel escaped the summer heat tis one-time resort of the rich. a of Vesuvius in the year 9. uncovering entirely new areas.
hefi" p hogr to audieles. e"ig a" in Sawden. i--
d-o-Nw s'sIn It the year-ol ruins of was no wrt to areol t.oAll are being unburied for a 'living museum as part of Italy's

724, NC NOI T w e e deT cythe. ... eAwIIraIlHM Alan i ____ a
l l 'T Te e br e al a di h-las once the Rman em- But it took an amatEur-of. LIpast Is revealed with dramatic Intensified rcheoogcal program

nile Sm, O"ne the ev- When /sliogand Yolaida didfieA i '
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.., hewreographer Jean HOL YWOOD, Sept. 1 (UP)-
at ..V Wodruff, have become permanent Actress Wand, Curtis today wa-l.
srew,,,. relddented that sh had no desire to fol-
.,k uwrote "r.f ,k '. low the lead of St. Patrick who
w_ lw r_ _. chased the snakes out of Ireland.
B quasn. One thef Me ToThe actress was recovering from
o a .., !._. bad case of nerves brought on
"D'owRoa tw t Ih Elastnight when she stepped out
Way '5",'V of her shower and into her living
y 4 C-...E LAND-(UP) Plastic room to confront a pair of nine-
Novelst George Tabori is writ- 'atop" signs have been given the foot boa constrictors.
nIa Broad w&ylalor bhbride. 'go" a-0.
ft "a Broadway his bre ,Ty 6 of a newh Igh im. "I guest I let out the loudest
be MR f3 wRhO'ftrOW pact vinA that won't rust and ha yell ever heard in Hollywood,"
bad 'nn M wu!aL R..sder, to last considerably longer the blond actress said.
dm# W*ATM took a thim the threeyoar life n op" .l..
tumb a Ari at a.nligt eIel highway dIon. While neighbors were wondering
I=ub '&Otha that Shi Engnts X F. Goodeich if an air raid alarm had ane-of,
turned oJ.n t .,- er- M O l. cal.Co. here who developed Mss Curtis dashed into te bath.
coleahati t:-lS: e.as m. the spelal plaMt say the signs room. Her yell was described by
s 'a *#Ten will W aep back Ioape Utsr listeners as similar to a "continu-
Com" have s,.- t ve an ubt,. They'll lo par ous alarm civil defense authorities
a00 a t s ho u bles teased by could use in an emergency."
wels asMir a a dhdbft and won'tsatter, re
whenuar'he l in the mood a of the number of ties "They hissed at me;"t he ae-
to is lor PI Pressburger in ti'rit. They can be made in tress wept when she finally was
the' musical version amy permanent color and do not rescued.

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The rescuing was done b adni-
mal trainer Ralph ifer who e-
plained that Miss rts had fn-
hd wok last night in a June
movie for which he provided the

Helfer had left be snakes in a
box in the actress' apartment
while he went out on an errand,
forgetting to tell Miss Curtis they
were there.

Posse Seizes Suspect

I Crl(nhal AssaulI

Of Baby Boy
FLORENCE, Ariz.. Sept. 16 -
(UP) -A suspect, seand after a
midnight-to-dawn search by a
ed for investigation today n the
abduction and criminal assault of
a nine-monthold boy.
Doctors said the child, Daniel
Earnest Stephens, take from his
crib early today only four feet
from where his parents ept, bad
been molested.
Sheriff Lawrnce White s a I d
Bob Speacer% M4 nted s a
werleo sta"on attendant, % a d
ben arrested. deill by
at the side of a dirt rawd, 6ly
two mBles from a sapt where Bob
hie HoIy, 3, also was abduct
ed mad m s et sesl wes
Dr. James T. O'Nell said the
o Ida.nt'. eodit was
. e ror
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5 (UP)--Willie Mays, who
oyish embarrassment any
o him, probably will clinch
ist valuable player award
inch the 1954 pennant.

he Dykes, presented with gifts by
o- friends and admirers before the
il- game. said, "I don't know where
6- I'll be next season but I'll re-
r- member all of you from the bot-
he tom of my heart."
a- Wee Reese of Brooklyn who
t- drove in four runs with a sin-
t- e and a double In Brooklyn's
rk 10-4 decision over Cincinnati.
Ue Along The Fairways
r Fort Amador G. C. Championship
Qualifying Rounds Completed
[Dr. Herb Mitten Jr. came
Through as medalist with a 71,
f 72 to lead the seventy-five golf-
era trying out for forty places In
I five flights of play, the results
to of which will determine the
- Club Champion of 1954.
The flights are set up based
ie on the thirty-six holes of quall-
- ying play.
n Champeionship Flight
Dr rh Mitten

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NEW YORK, Sept. 16
throws up his hands in bx
time the idea is broached t
the National League's mo
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Twenty-two enthusiasts tool
part In the fifty target twenty:
gauge Skeet contest last Satur
day at the Balboa Gun Club, Al
brook Air Force Base was wel
represented. Captain Sanborz
one of their top shooters woi
the trophy for the highest score
Sanborn broke forty-two tar.
gets. this is an excellent scan
especially when using number
six shot as everyone did in thi
Charlie Disharoon of Gamboa
and Bill Cunningham of Balbol
! tied for second place, with the
old warhorse Lyman Jacksor
taking fourth money.
Other winners were Ray and
Herble Norton. Carl Jansno, Irn
Hay, Ed Coe, Tom McNeil, Let
Chester and Maj. Sansing.
The Balboa Gun Club won
the team race with 194 out of
250 to 1887 out of 250 for Al-
brook Air Force Base.
Thli skeet shoot was enjoyed
by all who took part, and we
'were Rald to welcome some new
shooters Messrs. Bourg, Vegna,
Aplesta and Macllvane. i
There will be a registered trait
shoot at the Club on the west
side of the Canal this Saturday
afternoon. The program will be
twentv-five sixteen yard targets
twenty-five handicap targets
and twelve oairs of doubles.
An entry fee of two dollars will
be charged. The purse will be
divided into two clases. Lewis
system. Hd -un with each class
monev divided fifty-thirty and
twntv Der cent.
A fifty cent registration fee

Mays' closest pursuer in ti
MVP department at the m
ment is Duke Snider. who co
elected two hits in Brooklyn's 16
4 victory over Cincinnati yeste
day and continued to lead tl
ler. with a .342 batting mar
S-the tendency inm t
pla on a pennan
Win a, who is bat
o en the spar
SO from tne mo
them fro
l t l a good be
to wind up with the honor whe
aa fJ the Giants win.
Maya doesn't like to talk or
,.thik about the MVP award.
_'"f I win It, okay," he says,
"and Uf I don't win it, tihat'
. ,. too. I'll appreciate it II
b*o-n It, but I don't like o talk
about It."
en if Mays doesn't wish t
.odid yesterday as rain wash
eubjt the ctme between ti
't and Braves in the Na
t nal League and the America
L gue game between the Yan
xM and Tigers. ,
The Dodgers, in cutting th
distance between them and th
legue-leading Giants to there
ames, payed their game wit.
adU1eg 9 a.steady drizzle
fdn t af"f their battin
poundt-five Cine:
ers, for 15 hits. Including
by Gil HodgeS, who smash
9l40th home run of the sea
n add his 23rd tt Ebbets Field
-.Newcombe seglstered the
try although h needed th
elof Jim Hughs in the 8th.
While the Dodger kept alive
hqir faint pennant hope, the
ntso pased the time .dly in
eir elubh'bume tainly waiting
abe rain fe- stop so they
'd meet the Braves. A ra-
[ the Giantp' c'nbhouqw
"a',ed to Amcount of the
lklyn-Cluelintil game but
hardly any of the Giant play-
ba hothetKto f liten.
r wVw1s po sign of tenalon
i6ut tiem as some played cards
ot0VNpokqd around in their
-m .ulte uya looking for
[ tbln tpdo on a rainy day
.lub leader off the
as ll t. on, sprawled a-
two trunks nonchalantly
ting chocolate ice cream from
e'ip. His related -manner more
T 'ss set .thp standard for the
f Gitats, "sa needing any
S.n0tln of erUht victories or
.'r defeats. meet Milwaukee
oibleheader today.
lv* I two other games were
r ed -n the majors yesterday
f oholsky Ditched a seven-
Sto lead the artinai to a
I jdctory over the Phillies
fi, Jim Fridley delivere'- a
ingle off Mel Parnell in
e1 nth to give the Orioles a
rimph over the Red Pxx.
's blow scored rookie
Itk ellert from second and
txed ".IwTlmv-
enight" WVch was held
or of Baltimore's outy.
San ger.

I ^S,

lave Different

building For '55
gracefully. Jerry says, "I'm sor-
ry I couldn't return. I';t sure I
a would have been a better man-
ager next year."

An official of the Athletics
took a second look at his ball
club today and again voiced a
hope he can keep the team in
Executive vice president Roy
Mack says there have been, no
changes regarding outside offers
ot buy the team. "Some local of-
fers still are in the picture," says
Mack. "and I'm still trying to get
help to keep the team here."

Foofbal Fotunes
What are the chances of the
Balboa Bulldogs in regarding
the Football Crown they lost in
1953? The answers to these ques-
tions are several but the main
one being the ability of the new
coaching staff to reshape a team
that was riddled by last year's
Greeted by six lettermen ana
a host of inexperienced men, the
coaching staff has been working
the squad two a day practices
for the past two weeks, reading
the team for the coming 1954
grid season.
The Bulldogs will be sporting
a new look using the Split "I"
attack, built around returning
ettermen Larry Keepe, Charles
-lorril, Harold Sorrell, Donald
Huff and inexperienced men:
}dward Scott, Richard Richter,
Dan Winklosky, Jay Celmmons
and Joe Cicero, mentlonipg a
mew who have been showing
promise to date.
The public will get an oppor-
tunity to see the Balboa High
School Football team In action
for the first time this year on
Friday, Sept. 17 at 7:00 p.m.,
when it will hold its annual Red
and White intersquad game.
Phis will be the fifth game of
the Intersquad series, with the
White team winning three and
the Reds one.
The game, although a practice
to actually determine the abili-
ties of the players and play a big
part in selection of the 1954 Var-
sity, will be run by officials. The
rtual division of the squad will
take place later in the week..
Kickoff time will be 7:00 pnm.
with admission prices being 25
cents for students and 50 cents
for adults.
Follo whg is the 1954 schedule
for Balboa High:
Sept. 17 Intersquad Game
at Balboa
Sept, 24 Jamboree at Mt.
Oct. 7 Athletic Club at Bal-
Oct. 15 Junior College at
Oct. 22 Cristobal High
School at Mt. op50 cents.
Oct. 28 Athletic Club at Bal-
Nov. 5 Junior College at
Kickoff time for the Interscho-
lastic games will be 7:00 p.m. Ad-
mission Prices-Adults 75 cents
and students 50 cents.

NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP) -
The postponed Rocky Marclano-
Ezzard Charles return heavy-
weight championship fight will
be staged at yankee Stadium
tonight if the uncertain weather
permits: otherwise It will be
shifted to Saturday night, a rare
novelty in modern boxing. -
There never has been a Sat-
urday night heavyweight title

Originally slated for last night,
the 15-round bout was post-
poned 24.hours because of per-
sistent rain. Cloudy weather
with occasional showers were
predicted for today, but the
forecasts indicated the skies
might stop weeping before fight
time at 10:30 p.m. (EDT) (9:30
Panama time).
It would be Impossible for the
International Boxing Club to
schedule the M ,000 light for
tomorrow dhu t-bleciams of it

Betting men doubted that
either champion Marciano or
challenger Charles would be af-
fected by the postponement.
since both are heavyweights and
both are calloused professionals.
Accordingly, the odds favoring
Rocky remained at 6-1 to win
and 3-1 to score a knockout.
Promoter Jhi Norris aild
the advance ablse of $350,00
Indicated that the rate would
equal the 543,092 that Rocky
and Emzard drew at the Sta-
dium on June 17 "If we get
a break in the weather today."
Some of the Norris box-office
men believe that a shift to Sdt-
urday would boost the gate con-
siderably because it would give
more people a chance to attend,
particularly out-of-towners who
could take advantage of the
In the old days. outdoor fights
sometimes were staged in the
afternoon. The first million dol-
lar gate was the afternoon Jack
Dempsey-Georges Carp e n t Ie r
fliht at Boyle's 30 Acres, Jersey
City, July 2. 1921.
Rocky and Ezzard were slated
for repeat physical examinations
today in private' at their hotels.
Chairman Robert K. Christen-
berry of the New York Boxing
Commission wanted to make
certain that neither principal
"had caught a cold in this bad
Dr. Alexander Schiff nro-
nounced them in good condition
at yesterday's examination and
weigh-in at Madison Square
Garden. Charles scaled the hea-
viest of his career, 192% pounds:
Marclano, 186%. Emard has
seven pounds heavier than in
June; Rocky, one pound lighter.
NEW YORK. Sept. .1 (UP)
An Imrroved outlook In the
-weather ,today Indicates that
tonight's heavypepht eh&m.-
nlonship fight Setween Rocky
Marciano amnd EmaIMrl Chale
at Yankee Stadium ma MT on
at 1:3. EDT as rescheduled
after a 24-hour petponement.
Earlier forecast were for
showers throngbout today and
tonlrbt. The revised n.; .
weather barmau forecast said
It would be cloudy an4 e6l4
with some showers and with
afternoon temeratuens I the

Parnell (2-6) and White. Kret-
low (6-10) and Courtney.
New York at Detroit. Postpon-
ed (Rain).
Only games scheduled.


Loop Standings


Rochester 000 000 000-0 8 0
Montreal 210 011 00x-5 10 3
Luna, Blaylock (2), Jackson
(5). Markell (6). Jacobs (8) and
Burbrink, Riggan (6). Roebuck
and Howell. LP- Luna.
Syracuse at Toronto, (Post-
poned, wet grounds).

"A" Group



Mflwapkep as w n)M
Cincinnati at
No other pgam j a.
J olyn, 0010 T 4 1i 1
Podb elan (7-9), Jud4
anewaki, .Ross and ane.
Ne Icombe (9-8), an aG e A
Milwaukee at New York. Poot,
poned (SRain).
(Night Game) "
St. LoIr 000 110 010-3 7 0
Philadelphia % 000 001 000-1 7 1
Poholsky (4-0) and BarnL
Wehmeler (0-11) and Burges,
Only games scheduled.

Leading alers

NEW YORK Sept. 16 (UP)
(Based on 37 Official at Bats)
Player and ChlU AB B Pet.
Snider, Bklyn. S5 118 190 .84S
Ma., N. Y. B 11 I7 Js
Mueller, N, Y. 7S 84 192 .sl
Musial, St L. 55511 IinS J 2
Khlumewkdd,. Cin. 54 12 IM .e .
Player and Club AB R Pet
Avfla, Cl. '5 114 17m
Miloso, Chl. 539 114 1715 .
Noren. N. Y. 43 64 11 21)
Fem, Chi. s I"M in .1tl1,
Ber, N. T. 544 H8 s J1ijd

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SSHOWS: 1:I -:las 6: 7: PJ .


.Alf ,O~lWtlUS

i- s "r. me mi.""L will be charged aana te cure
R.Goodman will be registered with the Ar-
S VDale Bean o r t ion at Vandalia. Ohio. Aoci M managers
e Wm. LeBrun ton t V .
h H. W. Dean
e J. Herrman
S L. BrennanI eas n e u
y FIST FIT Paraiso Sports Ideas On Rebi
g 0. Earl ---
ming The Red Devils Monda is- NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (UP)
Flelming played u n der homI ofai Two new major league baseball
. Welshman playd nus oiu of the managers have dif rent ideas
B. Sewelludpu.. .........ipoa.e:on how to re-build for 1955
e Bishop current intramural soccer leguo how to re-buld for 1955
W. J. Murphy they dro th Rover 3 to 0 Marty Marion, who replaced
W. D. Meekey opped
.D Mortheir second win n the cir-Paul Richards. as manager of
SECOND FLIGHT cut. The Devils to date have the Chicago White Box Tuesday
SECONDramer played undefeated all. says he plans plenty of off-sea-
H. R.Engelke The Roversone of the most son trading. Richards the new
H Engeike Tfordablve sq s o theircuitgeneral manager and field man-
u- after giving way to their rivals eager for Baltimore, will concen-
M a money first goal In the Initial half di trate on a strong farm system.
M. D. Mathews everything an efforttoeven Marion says -We're going to
J. 0. CcCoubray. stonewall defense eby edrick win every game. Then we will sit
J. u Johnson and Ev rardo Escobar down and see what we think a-
THR FLIGHT the Dvis big fuilbcksa drove bout next year." The former
orD FLIGHT off several vicious attacks manager of the St. Louis Car-
r V. Moran Becausei of the mal series of dinals and towns, adds --J1
J. C. Rhodes uwerfl drives unlehed by the think general manager Frank
.eN. S.Rhdes .oversthrough the rt period Lane might have somibe deas a-
en. Cost ad well through thei scd bout trading, too."
y hame tir fernsem weakened
S S. J. Beaudry .half their defense w e Richards the Orioles will
SRobert Walker and the Devils were able torebuild by trading or digging n-
S R T Wlankes m ho O .thr i.thei et- to the minors. "But," adds Rich-
T. W Ls. nd ad tirn ggol waiTthout rds "we're going to try to es-
FOURTH FLIGHT muc opposition, tablish our own farm system and
F ,lor The Marvels girls volleyball rebuild a few players of our
r C.Atkins team. catained by Roma Grant, own .."
8. J Henry looked lke the team to beat in
Bergman the intramural league being con- ever roles resent the wa
(reene ducted for girls in the paralso manager Dykes was fired. One
M. Musser Junior High School layer says Dykes should have
e The group, playing their firsbeen called into the front office
S VanVax game this year, smashed their and told the news. Another 0-
S way to victory 15-9, 16-14 over riole feels the team should have
-Adella Boyce's strong outfIt waited until after the season.
SPennant Raes Tuesday afternoon n te loca rd baseman Ven Stephe
gym. The vanquished, called the says Dykes was a good manager
At A Gla e alom were slow In getting but didn't have the material.
11At A iance nt olaorm. Once they get hot. A minor league manager also
Saswas, am evidencede late In the has got the sack for losing...
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (UP) second game. the team will beJerry Priddy of Settle. Generp
AMERICAN LEAGUE tough to beat. manager Dewey oriano. in
-eamr W L Pct. GB GL' frank statement, says the forme
..eve.and 105 40 .724 10 fuia. nlrA. TA*NoIA Detroit Tiger infielder didn't get
.w York 9 '48 .667 -8 10 )VInUSru e IVloUIIU. the Rainiers as high in the,
ame e standings as expected. They fin-I
ames remaining: ml l Series shedfifth in the Pacific Coast
Sept INDIAN Priddy is taking the news
17-1-19, at Detroit firs ame Tonight h
.--2i-a2, Chicago nnrt ri
14-26-26, Detroit. NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (UP)- SporW WI1,,
1 --- The Syracuse Chiefs, who wel- o h
YE lcomrned last night's postponement
I YA N K of their Governor's Cup semi-fl- GOLF
SSept nal layoff with the Toronto Defending champion M a r y
16. at Detroit Maple Leafs. will send either Lena Faulk won a hard-founht
-18-19 Philadelphia Jimmy Owens (1-9) or Johnny match yesterday to reach the
120-21-2, Wasnington Sanford (8-14) against the Leafs' fif th round of the Women's Na-
4-25-26, Philadephia. IEddie Blake (15-9) tonight. tional Amateur Golf Tourna-
-- RThe Chiefs, wheo staged a gar-y men.t
NATIONAL LEAGUE prison finish to tie for fourtn The Thomasvllle, Georia mlis
Teams W L Pet. GB GL place with the Cuban Sugar battling rain and wind at'
New York N 52 .629 II Kings on the final day of the Sewickley, Pennsylvania nosed
Brooklyn .U 58 7 .07 3 9 regular season, got the next day out former champion Grace Len-
G &- off because of rain. After the re- czyk of Newington, Connecticut,
Games Re.ali^ prieve they shelled five Havana one-up in 20 holes.
,,'. pitchers for 13 runs and a 13-4 In another close one, Cana-
S eA'K IT triumph which earned them the dian champion Marlene Stewart
Sept. right to meet the Leafs in the defeated Jeanne Bisgood of Eng-
16 (2) MIs 6 Ai semi-finals, land, one-up In 19 holes. Irish
17-18-19, it.tuophia Obviously tired from the fast chamnlon Phllomena Oarvev al-
20-251-S, at ,talyn pace, Syracuse faced a tough as- so advanced to the fifth round
24-2-26, at Fhiladolphla, signment In meeting Toronto, with a 3-and-2 win over Mau-
. but once again the'weather in- reen Orcutt of Haworth, New
-.* ., *tervened to give the Chiefs an- Jersey.
,. O other night off. Meanwhile, To-
SelpL .T onto has been idle since Sun- 333 mark collected all of Ro-
da, 'HlB dy. ].cheater's hits, stroking singles
rI?-1 myS S The Montreal Royals, one in the fourth, seventh .and ninth
S12-"Sw .i* down to the Rochester Red innings.
r-'-, Fsb ar^.. Wings in their best-of-seven Roebuck struck out four bat-
.semi -final series, stormed bak tern and walked only one for one
A SK ..^ for an even break last night as of the best performances of the
S"eat .-ISe i Ed Roebuck set the Red Wing, year.
2 .(L .. R ** down on three hits for a 5-0 de- The Montreal-Rochester so-
171 89f ;:. csi0on. Rochester center fielder ries now moves to Rochester for
,) 3a111V. irdaon., who won the league games on Friday, Saturday and
^" ^JU-7 i .'. ,batting championship with al Sunday.

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, catcher Bill Sarni as he tries to score from first base on Don Muller's double In the third in ing
of a game played in New York. The Giants won. 1-0.

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LOW INDIAN Cleveland centerfielder Larry Doby hugs the
dust and dirt as he slides safely into 3rd on a single by Al Rosen
in the 4th Inning of the first game of Yanks-Indlans double-
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The magic number for Rocky Marelano Is tomorrow night's worked into Chris' Gang, as we
brawl is one to 15. To attempt to cal the exact round would be call our defensive secondary, to
no more than a guess, so I'll simply predict Esatt Charles won't give us possibly the fastest quar-
be around at the finish, and let It go at that. wet in toe game Jack Chrisa n-
In their June meeting, Charles was not only around at hee n, Jim David, Carl Kariliviacz
finish, but from first to final bell he wasn't once off his feet. na Suts.
This was a tribute more to his courage and durability than his We have a poble t offensiv
resourcefulness. There were times when he would have been in center, where linebacker LaVere
much less agony itf he hadn't been on his feet. center where linebacker aVeto bo
Justly and properly, the Ebony Dude from Cincinnati was or cason may have to go both
generously applauded for the fine stand he made against the ways occasional help from L e a
heavyweight champion. But let's not lose track of the fact that around Bobby Layne s still bquarter-
he was a thoroughly beaten man at the end. He had gone as far back, but reserve Tom Duabinski
as he possibly could. One more round, indeed, one more minute has shown he can do to. job with
of fighting, and he would have been stopped. gained confidence
Ordinarily, It is silly to write that if a fight had been a gaooked outforCencago, where Pa.e.
round longer so-and-so would have won. Marciano had 15 rounds pa Halas' Bears are big and bad
to catch Charles and couldn't. In that respect, then, he was a again after a thorough rebuild.
allure. however, I introduce this element of speculation, not gTey've added Zeke Bratkoweb i
,with respect to th eJune fight, but tomorrow's. The champ will at quarterback, though there was
be sharper for this one than he was for the other one, when he :.oting wrong with oe throwing
had only 12 roui.da of actual fighting in 21 months. It's been of George Blanda. George Con-
less than three months since he went 15 with Charles. If ring nor is still the big man of toe line.
rust spiked his kayo cannon then, no such encumbrance should
.,exist now. And If he was catching Charles in the 15th, ring rust GREEN BAYHAS a new coach,
and all. doesn't it seem reasonable to assume he'll be catching Lisle Blackbourn from Marquette.
S earlier this time? t takes timt to get indoctrinated
.. .... . m this league, but tbc Packers al-
TW.S bavi ivha grta'$ esprit 4a
LETr IM GT AWAY corps, and It looks like they'll be
Helped by the acquisition of Bob-
Actually, Musclei had Charles going a couple of times before by Garrett sat quarterback.
the sickening 16th In which he literally and visibly knocked the
challenger's head lopsided. The saine kind of enthusiasm
The first time was in the sixth when it appeared he had makes Baltimore dangerous, and
finally found the range after a sluggish, bumbling start. A ring- at least for the first half of last
slMer, who obviously had majored in higher mathematics, said he
counted 38 solid blows landed by the champion.
H, e landed a lot, all right, and I still can see in my mind's r e
eye a ripping right uppercut which caught Charles under the B
chin and seemed to stretch his neck so far it reached above, the
overhead ring lights, and for a few queasy seconds I was afraid o
it wasn't going to return, and I remember wondering if he'd have
to start boxing giraffes. v w
Again, in the ninth and 10th, Charles squinted down loaded
gun barrels but stepped aside before the trigger was pulled. One 0
of the champion's several shortcomings is that he has yet to By HARRY GRAYSON ...
learn how to finish a fighter who is in distress. 'One punch, ac-
curately thrown and perfectly timed, is all that is needed. Mar- NEW YARK, Sep. 16 (NEA) -
clano falls Into the common error of trying to overwhelm a Charles Johr. Grimm has been in
stricken fighter with a swarm of punches and as a result loses baseball for 39 years and can't
him for the time being. recall when a star and his very
Checking notes I made at tie ringside at the June fight, I capable replacement broke an an.
find this scribbled observation after the 10th round: "Charles kle the same season.
legs beginning to go." Charles is more a boxer than a slugger Young Henry Aaron stepped into
and hence his legs are more important than his fists. When he the Braves' breach when Bobby
can no longer maneuver he is done. That's what happened in Thomson fractured his ankle in a
the 15th whep l4 was so cruelly butchered. spring exhibition game. The Mil-
Charles, at 33, is three years older than the champion. If waukee club didn t get moving,
normal standards apply, his reflexes are slower, he tires quicker as a matter of fact, until the Mo-
and his recuperative powers are less abundant. As a note of bile lad was made the clean-up
passing Interest in this connection, Dempsey was all through at hitter. This after no more than a
32. When fighting men clash, age is always a vital factor. season and a half pf experience
*. in the lower minors.,
It wCa. extremely fortunate for
CUTS COULD STOP IT Sudsville that Thomson w as
j ready ;hen Aaron's ankle snap-
For the most part of the June fight, Charles was able to ped as he slid into third base in
avoid the ropes and managed to keep the action somewhere near Cincinnatl.
the middle of the ring. If he has the stamina and resiliency to "We'd be the first club to win a
odllow the same pattern from start to finish, he could very well major league pennant on one good
win on points, or cut the champion's face so badly It would be ankle," remarked Charley Grimm,
necessary to stop the fight, as the pride of Wisconsin invaded
Basically, he is expected to follow the same pattern tomor- Ebbets Field for the last time this
row night, even to going after a cut. The champion, as you season.
know, cuts easily. Charles opened a cut over 4is left eye in the While Thomson's compo u n d
fourth r unhd In June and kept stabbing away at it throughout. fracture is completely healed, the
Only desperate corner work checked the blood between rounds. Staten Island Scot favors the
Sooner or later, Marclano. with his enormous strength, I nkle and it hurts wheL. he plays
stamina and seeming indifference to punishment, forces his op- too lon It is for this reason that
ponent to abandon whatever plan of battle he started with, andIJim Pen'leton replaces him in
then he either hammers the poor fellow to the floor or batters left field in the second game of
haim beyond recognition. double-headers.
Of course, there will Inavitably come a time when Marciano's The Braves would win "for the
mnlht won't prevail. Since anything can happen when heavy- good of the league." They feel
weights clash, it could even be tomorrow night, though I certain- that they are the only national
ly would have to doubt It. However, there was one aspect of the League outfit with the pitching
fihMt fight that still has me put d. I'm sure the champion class and depth to match the tre-
clip ed Charles more than once with his best punch and yet he mendous Clevelandstaffe erha
couldn't. drop him. The script never read like that before. the 'most formidable ev
sent into a Wroid Series. Manager
.. ..___ -IIII_ IL I-__ I .. Grimm has all varieties of hand-
cuffing, right and left, fn Warren
r it, pTwI0it *. i t Spahn, Gene Conley, Low Bur-
S-- i It... dette Bob Tuhl, Chet Nichols,
o l co e on Ve Ji'm Wilson, Ernie Johnson and
Dave Jolly.
S** "Off our more -ecent perform-
You can bd It or twist it-give it the ances, we're the strongest and !
robst b atment but the rvulatmary best balance? club in the elague,"
me colnr onu the Van lemon Century stressed Grime, whose pet ulcer
shirts won't wrinkle...ever! Neithi hoet was positively cured when the
nor humBAn ty a make it wilt. Also ask Braves hit Erooklyn in their see-.
for Van He1en sport shirt, paiaum, ond 10-game winning streak of i
c MOllts, isr.kw e Var, un ar, ba r the campaign. They hae another
and handkweb&f. skein of nae .
"Grimm called the I aves the
.l .. l R f,-"-"est club in the game.
SMEUaI heydidn't ceup when we .
s truck rock botom-13% sma
.. .... off the pace--tt before We Al. ,
....._ ,__ ,_ Star Game," he sail5 "'1ag1le 1
So owI they fed LW that they are
Knocking at tbe deor. It weldat t
have been close had w se ei
Sjust a few more runs iathe srin l
t- pitching has been sr t
a the way along ti math e _oo
To Bova h MM dor the Polti
IIP M G=W ds with a mrdt of six
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Ed Mathews

of a ckfield composed of four
fullbacks? The Badgers will come
clos to that. During the spring
game, everyone, including Amech
ran like a fullback.
"There won't be too many oth-
ers grinding out ground any bet-
ter than Wiseonsin," predicts the
highly conservative Williamson.
And Quarterback Jim-ny Miller,
top-rated Big Ten passer l as t
season as a sophomore gives
Ameche and the other bucking
broncos a wider range for their
of understatement in regard to
appraising football talent. Michi-

Padfic Twillht

ews got finger in the path of a Lagflul M ollo
pitched ball and went out for 12 U
ays, I found I could platoon atht
second base. Dann3 O'Connell
switched to third bas- and Jack Jl lad Tvook
Dittmer hit so well while filling
in at second that I. conthued to An oranlationaal meeting
use him there against right-hand of the Pacific Twilight Bedt-
pitchers, ball League will be held to-
"Bill Bruton is a terrific lead. night at the Balbea Gym.
nff man and center fielder batting League PlesMent Charlie
290. There isn't a soft spot in Hammead will gt the meet
he batting order, with Mathpws, iag underway at 7:3.
Joe Adcock. Tomso and Andy Anyone Interested lIn twl-
Piko providing concerted thmp. lght baseball I welcome to t-
"There tem'ta tighter d 2se In tend.
ie business anatiD C da s --
now the best catcher in the
Braves are y eoa, should
km. there or threabotUr some Bloomington, bid. (NEA) -
ime. 'I When Joe Amstutz came to the
No wwoder t e an enlarging Indiana cana last year, be was
lw;ptF COirty J h eto a rihfoet isuroan, 1ouiysg
quarterba k. Sweie Crimts
N oils M eMP. t am wi trimmed him doew to pr. snt
s M ,l Msad aw0lNe!I laf to ief r.

wives bring out the husbands.

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Race For .Ea

Written for NEA Service

DETROIT-(NA)- i guess we'll
just have to shoot for taird place
m the Western Conference o the
National Football LesuSe-If you
listen to the Coast bauyboo (ox
the San Francisco '4rs and Los
Angeles Rams.
Seriously, after winning two
NFL championships. In a row,
we'va got our worx cut out just
qualifying for the title playoff.
'Jne '4ters, bridesmaids h r ee
r= to have
straight years, promi to have
one of the great running attacks
profession football has seen with
Hugh Melhenny an Joe Perry
the one-two punch. There's a new
boy down from Canada, John Hen.
ry Johnson, who's supposed to be
in their class. That Y. A. Title at
quarterback Is a pretty fair coun-
ry passer.
The Rams have the super pas-
sing wisu tine ends like ILtroy
Hirsch and Bob Boyd to caten
Norm Van Brocklin, who on his
good days Is as tough as you'll
ever face. He's got nelp im Bll
Wade, a rookie just out of serv-
OUR -MAIN JOB is filling six
key spots on our offensive and
defensive groups caused by retire-
ment and service calls. Fortunate-
ly, rookie Bill Stits of UCLA has

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Ed-Jm Doranz in 1Oetrol t ions
Tr-L. Ursa, M"""X"And dci
T-L. Creelkm DetroIt Lions Ive t
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Qi-N. Van A renl n, LA s oastrees
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RUNINGONETWOwit th ---------------------- ---. W woerk
fDeaense LONG PAe66E... And ne
End-Lea Ford, C eve. Browns ensI've t
Ead-N, Willey, Phila. Bagles In spite
T-- rnle Stausner, Pitt teeers 07 or sha
T-Leo Nomellial, O F 'te rs eRFor ord
G-Lea es Bingaman, Det. Lions
Lt -G. Coanor, Chicago Reatrs my h
LU--C. Tonnemaker 6B Packers I carr
LiB-D onP l LA hams of wt
R-T. Keane, Baltimore C lts ust dig
lB-J. Ck ristansen, Dot. Lions And
Safety-Em Tunnell, N.Y. Giants A the j
... ND, ON
-In the Eastern Conference, the O CA /sON, But wh
Browns are the defending champs H M .h ,t a thin
and so must be regarded as the rtJCk esNG breath
team to beat. Five of those fel- 7- HE ALL w My hear
lows have been together since the *** that p
club organized in 1940--Otto Gra-. Car7on Among
ham Lou Groza, Frank Gatski, d the W(
O-and every one still a key tplay- esAide the MeIN rON an d;
er. They have young blood also, r nnRiAg forAI iHE, he kni
like Ray Renfro, a 9.5 halfback.Th
That's w
RUNNING ONE.TWO with the the sp
Browns are the Phila elphia A ts Where t
Eagles, who surprised last : ear. p AI met w
They're strong both running and f rll ra vest W ISCOn in And wh,
passing (with Bobby Thomason earth
throwing to Pete Pihos) and tough' and fi
)gon defense.. R s F H And wh
The New York Giants promise oots For Horse mec while
to come up with really good churn
team. They gave us a terrific o t can
battle in one of our exhibitions, It cann
even with three regulars ou t. By HARRY GRAYSON gan State's Duffy Daugherty is E'en the ki
Backs like Kyle Rate, Eddie Price tone opposite. Daugherty calls Le.- E'en th
and Frank fordd are tough. NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (NEA)- Roy Bolden "the greatest halfback
Washington has good backfield Pre-season All-America t e a m s in the country." Of course this is
stuff in Charlie Justice and Bob ar as plentiful! as potatoes his Duffy's first year as a head man,
Goode. The Pittsburgh Steelers fall. so he can be fo.'given. 5
have a fine offense, but could And with those selecting them Ray El ot Is an oldtimer who
stand some defensive help, espe- it's becoming increasingly popu. rn't going to run the risk of spoil.
iaily in the secondary. The Chica- lar to choose a quarterback and ing any player who hase eligibility With thi
go Cardinals are looking for 0lle three halfbackr. left. So the Illinois coach just calls a few da
Matson, a great fullback and de. Wisconsin asks a real good .ues- J. C. Carolina "as fine a halfback High Tige
fensive halfback, to give them a tion: "Can't they use a fullback as there is In the country." harder as
Ifub m .e like Alan Ameche?" Caroline tore off mor, yardage shape. Th,
sloflly ater V i The dty country has some- than edid" moleer oing fr as the Y
One thing you find out when thing besides the Mi w a u k ee Grange. drive for
you're eote&ing pros. Braves running for it, you see. Minnesota is expect i n g b i g as it alwa
There's no such thing as a And BadgerCcm snarls everytime things under Murray Warmath, up coast.
weak sister ;n our brand of foot- someone slights Th e H o r from Mississipi State and who We.have
ball. Ameche. learned from Brig.-Gen. Bob Ney. ers so no
-Last o When Ameche was named o n land and did a stint under Red new come
Last o fl articles. NEA's All-America last Novem- Blaik. ky reserve
ber, one headline out that way After spring practice, the Goph. has move
Spread: "Justice Is Done-Ameche ers -ere so eager to be in shape looks like
Makes NEA All-America." for the autumn cam algn th at Louis had
u d W in So Wisconsin treats as lick ma- linemen worked off from 10 to 20 he missed
gazine selector's pissing over the pounds during the summer, a bad kmn
i Ten's leading fullback for the That's how Murray Warmath Luck will
past three seasons as a dire tra- lmpressedt .e Golden Gophers. son.
f vesty of righteousness. Tony No
Ivy Williamson describes a dn go d last year
even bigger and stronger Ameche Plyg round Sports anxious
as "the best player I've ever had hasavacafk
anything to .!o with." Coach Wil- else and I
liamson doesn't throw around ma-. Registration for swimming clas e n
ny verbal posiei, so he means that Registration for swimming clas- himself in
the Kenosha Explosion is the moat ses, all groups, beginners, inter, a 130 pow
stupendous Eullback he's v e r mediate and advanced will take out last y4
seen place at the Gatun Pool office any. the likely
Scouting Wisconsin in the spring, time between ,9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Bazan, wl
Coach Frosty Ferzacca of Mar. Sept. 20 to the 24th. running, s
quette asked. "How does anyone There are no fees and your er half.
quette asked "How does anyone child will be admitted free for the At this I
"Mostly they don'," replied a class period. The number of clas- the new f
football writer.e ses, and the days they will meet in the C
oot will depend on the enrollment. Jamboree
THE WESTE.N CONFERENCE Classes will start the week after th Mt. Hi
lam ore powerful than ever. registration. for the Sm
"There never has beer. such an The women's swimming and re. This Jan
Se h creation classes wI continue neet. ers, wonder
array of top-flight talent in t h .
Big Tcn since I came to Wis- ng on Wednesday morning from tackle of th
.consin six years ag," says Wil- 10 am. to 12 noon, and Friday af- al Zone. S
liamson. "T is a year of opti. ternoon from 1 p.m. to2:30 p.m. are played
mism throughout the Conference The Gatun Gymnasium willbe tion. Very
and I have reason to belive that open for adults, on Wednesday tween qua
there is much to substantiate that nights starting September 22, starts witt
collective view of the coaching from, 7 p.m. u til 9 p.m. Anyone prize high
Staffss" interested in having a good work. Trophy tha
Wisconsin will be a unique team out come on 'p. You husbands, yar" high.
hitn i a werf,,I circuit Ever hear bring out the wivea, and you jamboree o

By Joe 861a
Dog Editor
d and steel I'm made,
y, onest- dol,
articular account
glamour is concerned.
dlence of worth goes deep.
in the skin,
eper things I've some.
done, for sacred soil
cement, for planting
and more than once
out fires that threatened
id limb, I've deftly
ver once can it be said
urned my blade.
0 of rock or root or snag
ale I've never shirked.
ainary work
heart is tempered steel,
on without a thought'
at is to be made,
g and heave anid cut
at and scrape and shape
is well if in the end
ob is soundly laid.
en the task involved
.g that lives and
rt becomes a living thing
part of me that grew
the creatures of
oods-the mi.e, the deer,
ise, the woodcock, quail,
ucks and all the things
why the garden Is
ot I work is best,
ender touch is always
with' tenderness in turn,
ere the earth smells
and green smells green
ere he often slept
overhead the "breezes
ot always be
nd of work I choose,
>ogh the place is fair


e football Jamboree just
ys away, the Cristobal
ers' daily sessions get-
the players round into
e older boyI0 keep spark-
oUngiters. t hustle and
their team spirit is high
ys has been on the gold
heard about the old tim.
w something about the
rs. Louis Ta r, a chun-
e guqrd rpa~jqst year
d over to a,-taekle and
the Loy for the job.
tough luck last year as
a part of the season with
ee but he hopes Lady
smile qn imn this sea-
boa, a reserve guard of
who spent plenty o f
nomeAts on the bench,
ed 4,hb beflk t Isomeone
Is making a spot for
the name, John Pabon,
nd half bAidweo came
ear for the first' time is
starter at this writing.
th Iris ,kckijg and hard
should be ip at the oth-
time, these are some of
faces that will be seen
ritobal line-up about
time, September 24 at
ope Stadium, to battle
oot-Hunnicutt trophy.
nboree,, should the read-
er, is the football spec-
e year here or the Can-
Six quarters of football
witn four teams in ac-
little time is lost be-
rters. At least six kick-
h a kick-off. All teams
y the Smoot-Hunnicutt
it 't ndf nearly one
Make plans to see the
n Sept. 24, at Mt. Hope
t 7 p.m.

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S R Sedition

Witness Admit

Gun Purchase

r oW YORK. Sept. 16 (UP)-.
"rAto Rican Nationalist lead
0 ttfled today he authorized th
rkurclase in Chicago of the pis
X4l.hat were used by lour pa .t
n~ers to wound five con
t'Wrewfen last March in th
e6e 01 Representatives.
0 admission was m a d e ir
al'court by onzalo Lebror
yor, of Chicago, who ha
4 guilty to -an Indictmen
I gseditioduS conspiracy t
row the government tc
dependence for Puertc

a key witness for the
rment against 13 otner
nasts, inAliding his sisLte
brown, who are on tria
ar charges.
S,4w the third day of cross-ex-
.annnaton. Lebron said New
Wr. Nationalist leaders had
a~ed the Chicago group he
) laged to buy the weapons. He
*anged to havq the guns
'boqth at a cost of $200, he said.
-'Be said that in January, 1952,
while,, in Puerto R I c o, he had
talked to Juan Hernandez Valle
sa4 an unidentified Nationalist
leader and decided that an arm-
4, revolt against the United
5ates was the only way of gain-
independence for their fa-
-.ws at that time one who
!11 come a part of the con-
to overthrow the gov-
mnat of the United States by
Be to achieve the inde-
f rence of Puerto Rico," Le-
bMon said.
SLebron testified yesterday that
4-' list leader Pedro Albizu
ILQapos fraudulently gained a
I lowing in Puerto Rico by
alwading "a lie" that he had a
E ending army of 500 men and
M sympathies who would
to revolt.
t Howver. on hi visit to Puer-
he saw ne1'ther army nor

%'ON, Sept. 16 (UP)-Em-
Sao Dai tonight was re-
' preparing to hurry home
f ve-month holiday on
'inch Riviera to intercede
m power struggle between the
ernent and army of South
wtlcal sources said the play-
,,, emperor, who. Is chief of
was. expected here in a

pv. predicted he would -at-
Wptto use the test of strength
SPremier Ngo Dinh
ni. nd Gen. Nguyen Van
10 bolster hI& own shaky
OA In Viet Nam. He long
ted he is the only per-
v unite the country.
rted agreement between
d Hinh on 4 formula to
feud failed to ma-
tnoight. Informants
called for inh to keep
iroibut to leave Saigon for
W e being so Diem could

two were reported to
feared for several hours
ttRHinh was said to
eed to leave Saigon-
p-thecountry-for a time
-aving .measure.
pro vial of the re-
romile was that LeI
KanW l be dropped
Diem anet. The de-
retary was blamed for
much of the anta-
In the army against
te'4,.,~ ----

Rsure Group
IGTON, Set. 1 -(UP)
euto censure committee
i ticlude its report on
IMp z. Mefrhy a state-
Sall seutorp should ob-
i lt member said
ber, w 'name could
closed, 1kd1 friends the
t'-uWld be In the nature
ration of principle to the
tthe Senate Is a "body
,Jde .,alipd codes of
Sbe seapret from the
s zpert on censure
te McCar-

an Vreport b t
to r any
told re-
hical to
-6 t might

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"Let tIe people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.




GOP's Star Speakers Open

Full-Scale Election Campaign

r NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., SEpt. Republican committee c o n t r ol Republicans hope to pick up a
r 16 -(UP) House speaker Jo- would be "like asking Ben Hogan Senate seat in Ohio where GOP
i seph W. Martin said last night the to break par with one hand." Rep. George H. Bender is running
forthcoming Congressiopal e I e c- The Republican high c o m. against Democratic Sen. Thomas
tions will be the "most crucial mand opened a full-scale cam. A. Burke, an interim appointee tc
v non-presidential balloting of our paign to win votes In November. the seat of the late Sen. Robert A.
imnes". It predicted the GOP can keep Taft.
control of Congress if it "runs Nixon told the Republican state
He said a Republican victory scared." convention at Columbus that a
Is "essential" to prevent Presi- National Chairman Leonard W. Democratic House and S e n a te
dent Elsenhbower's p r o g r a m Hall made the forecast as Vice "would torpedo" the "magnifi-
from being "sabotaged and rip. President Richard M. Nixon and cent" work of the Eisenhower ad-
ped to shreds" by the Demo. Martin took off on a grass-roots ministration during the past two
crats. ..campaign of education" that will years .
Martin climaxed afternoon talks cover most of the nation before
in Bergen County in support of the election day.
Senatorial candidacy :of Clifford P. Nixon, top Republican speaker T
Case with a major speech at a for the fall campaign, warned CLU-M TC Co
Middlesex County Republican din- GOP workers that the fight for
ner here. control of Congress "is a horse
He termed Case a "great Amer- race and a tight one." rf
ican whq understand& Republican Jubilant Democrats have.ooint- FOf lTT-IVIM a m
principles and worked to enact ed to their election of a Maine
our .program in the years past." governor as a certain sign of vic-
Case told his audiences that if stories in November. -- o
the. Republicans lose control. of Selection of candidates to' fight
Congress in November, the Eisen- it out this fall for control of the Noting that th e executive di-
hower leadership, "at the council 84th Congress was virtually com- rector of the US Civil Service
tables of .the world, w o u I d be plcted Tuesday with primaries in Commission has made an appeal
grievously; affected.' nine states. Only Rhode Island re. for consultations on thestlaff
Martin said the Democrats, if mains to choose its Senate and aevel een tatihes 1o mpo
they won.:Control of Congressional House nominees. and representatives of employee
committee, would attempt to Nixon told reporters, before organizations, a local abor
"embarrass and hamstring" the taking off for his first stop at group endorses the plan.n
administration, to lay the ground. Columbus, 0., that Republicans The Central Labor Union--
work for a Democratic victory in are behind now but will win in. Metal Trades Council (AFL)
the 1956 J. sidential election. November if they do an effec- concurs with the Commission
In an lier' ech at Metu- tive job of telling the voters of and believes mutual benefits
chen, Men tfr wAa1d that to ex- the need for a COP Congiess to would be great if such contacts
pect Mr. Elsonbqwer.to complete continue the admintistra t 1 o n's increasing opportunities for in-
his legislative ps gram without program. formal exchange of ideas and
s exploratory discussions were to
be adopted bY other federal a-

The labor group quotes the
Commission's statement in part:
The Commission's published
statement asked "When Do Good
Management-Employe Relations
And It went on to say:
"The Commission believes that
good management-employe rela-
tions exist when management is
aware that there are individual
differences in human personality
and ability among employes and
provides effective means to sat-
isfy, to the greatest degree prac-
ticable, the human wants which
employes bring to their jobs.
"Studies show that those
wants include: (1) Interesting
and useful work, (2) good su-
pervision, (3) adequate pay, (4)
opportunity to advance, (5) rec-
ognition for good work, (6) rea-
sonable security, (7) treatment
as an individual, (8) informa-
tion on how the individual's
work fits into overall operations
and information about what his
organization is accomplishing,
(9) an opportunity to be heard
when policies and procedures are
proposed which affect the em-
ploye in his work, and (10) an
opportunity to present ideas
which the employee believes will
benefit the organization....
"Good management-employe
relations bring about among
employes a feeling of belong-
ing to the organization and'
partielpating in accomplishing
Its mission.
"This feeling, in turn. results i
in the employes giving more en- I
ergy, Interest, and initiative to
their jobs.' '
"Good management-employe
relations are, therefore, of ben-
efit to the tax payer, to thpse en-
trusted with the management of !

WINS GOVERORSHIP Happy after winning the Governor-
shiv of Maine, 39-year-old Edmund S. Muskie poses with his
wife, Jane, and children, Stephan, 5. and Ellen, 3, at their home
A I '. n Waterville.

.T I --

M'a St Out Senate Code Of Morals

.... ... (NKA Telek hoto)
Nsa M -apE lSenate committee weighingcensure bahrg
a-ii al artby(R.WmMInan executive ion ington to b
dranggln a 7otor rht: Sm.la it AYin (D.. N.C.: Sen. Arth.ur WatkIh s ,(3. XW.11
.ba ... fa@COm&td, MFICA nor (R. Ken.. .

He said "anti-Eisenhower legis-
lators will inevitably be looking
harder at the 1956 presidential e-
lections than they will toward the
task of helping the. Eisenhower
administration enact its program
for a stronger America."
Seven Senate seats'are at stake
in the Midwestern states Nixon
will visit before returning to Wash.
ing ton Sept. 24. Martin's 11-day
tour will take him into 13 states,
including border Kentucky.

ncurs In Plan

agement Talks
our government functions and
to Federal employes. The tax-
payer benefits by more efficient
Government at less cost, the
management by increased pro-
(uction and better administra-
tion and the employee by greater
Job satisfaction....
"Individual agencies must as-
sume the responsibility for. de-
veloping adequate programs to
bring about these desired rela-
tions within their own organi-
zations, because good manage-
ment-employe relations are an
element .of supervision and must
be practiced at all levels if they
are to be fully developed and ef-
V'urther,, the means estab-
Ushed to satisfy the human
wants of th0 employes of ,o1
federall agency may enot be
practical, or desirable, for an-
other agency.
'IThe responsibility of the
Commission is two-fold: (1) to
give agencies guidance and lead-
*rship in developing adequatee
management-employe relations,
and (2) to consider needs and
points of view in formulating
and issuing governmentwide pol-
. "Bureau of Programs and
Standards.-This Bureau devel-
ops the plans and studies which
may lead to significant changes
affecting policies and proce-
dures in Federal personnel man-
agement. For example, it is mak-
ing studies on the problems of
appeals and grievances and on
performance evaluation plans.I
"Because this Bureau is one
of the focal points for the Com-
missfo1's efforts to improve per-
sonnel management, close I-W
son between it and representa-
tives of Federal employee organ-
8Iatiorn is necesSary to help as-
sure that the employee points of
view are given consideration in
the development of new person-
nel policies and procedures. Some l
of the steps to. be taken to in-
crease contacts with these rep-
resentatives are:
"1. A meeting of representa-
iVes of Federal employee -organ-
zations and bureau and other
Commission officials will be
failed in the early future. The r
Purpose will be to discuss addi-
onal steps that can be taken to s
strengthen liaison between rep-
esentatives -of Federal emplove o
organizations a"d the Commb-a
fon staff.
"2. The Bureau will hold pe-
lodic meetings with reDresenta- 3
lives of Federal employee organ-
satlons on such subjects as 'ay,
systems, performance ratings,
career development, etc. These b
meetings will be an informal.
personal means to permit re r-
entatives of Federal empoye J
rganisations and Commisnon
taff officials to-exchangelideas j
n a broad and informal basis.
hey will not be designed to
Lke the lace of employee con-
sultation Inthe formulation ot
personnel pollcle.

"3. When appropriate, the
Bureau will ho: background
brieflnp for rprseatt
of Federal employee ergania-
tions on acunret and himportans
Cemmftlactins or propes-
Of al"eAs-' a
The Canal Zone ce-ttral La-
br-Uon-Metal T s oun-
~il~egIalativeRe5tbre at-

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EXPENDITURES AND RECEIPTS Chart released by the Budget Bureau relatingto the Re-
view of the 1955 Budget depicts expenditures and receipts for fiscal years 1953 and 1954, and
the, current estimate for 1955 which shows an estimated expenditure of 64 billions with Te-
ceipts totallinR 59.3 billions.

aYounS ers......

Win Second Prize

In Art Conliest

Two Balboa -youngsters have
won' second prizes in Child Life
Magazine's International A r
Contest, their parents, John A
and, Mrs. Marguerite Morales
were informed today. The chil.
drendren, John, 6V2, and Jeanet
to. nearly 5, submitted crayoi
drawingR of a train and i
Christmas tree. respectively.
John is a first grade pupil a
Balboa Grade School.
Their prizes, awarded to twen
ty-five children throughout thi
nation, were special activity
books created by staff members
of the Magazine.'
Morales, ea native of Panama
ad hI witewto'has lived here
or the past nine years. reside
with' their children at 885 Mor-
gan Avenue. He works for the
Fiscal Division. formerly knows
a- the Payroll Bureau, in Dia-

Thint Officer Says

egro Paronts Have

Strike Agreement
STANLEY, N. C., Sept. 16 (UP)
-Gaston County truant officer A
D. Nixon said today a "strike
agreement," not fear, was keep
Ing some Negro parents from
seding 150 students ba c k t
the Dallas Negro school was en
send their children back to school,
they just don't want to break a
school strike agreement between
Negro parents here," he -said.
Negro parents have refused to
send their children o a remodel-
ed school at Dallas, some six
miles away. in'protest to a County
Education Board rejection of their
request for a new school building
The three-room, frame building
was condemned by the State
Board of Education last year and
the Dallas Negro school was en
large and remodeled to accom-
modate the Stanley children.
A new school bus was added to
transport Stanley students to Dal
las, but it has made empty runs
every day since the school term
Nixon said most of the striking
children could: be forced to
attend school under the sta te
trus.ney law, but authorities were
satisfied at'present to let matters
"I think'they'll go back to
school before lohg," Nixon said.
'They .haven't got a leg to stand
on. The Dallas school is as nice
is any other' school building in
3aston County and a lot more
modern than a lot of white
He said ill-feeling between Ne-
groes in the Dallas and Stanley
:ommunitiei was a major factor
behind' the strike.'

Amy Gets Word

n fre Travel

For Cvims
An Army spoee1nan said
teday we thea been receSted
tat the irpe vcaton travel
law,a pI l). Uhdr civilian
em: Ae! M A1 No details are
ai4abse as hto w the. new
bylaw f e tm =.t. effect b n
by the aamitd forces.

Mexcia Newsman
Miguel Lanz-Duret
Is VisitOr Here
mextan 1 mmane Mgel
ni at .Tonmem strport, en

L of Us Pana ftiA

THE NATIONWS BUlGET ,Based on the Review 0teM 4 "
udget, 'this-ch artWuedby the Budget Bureau in Walngltou
shows where the nation's 1955 budget dollar Is. to come and
where It will -be spentt' It Is estimated tlhat, sI* M:* cents Of
every dollar is to be spent for major.natn security.

Government Goes After

World War II Spy Rings

WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 -(UP)
-The government was reported
today to be trying hard to find a
former Soviet agent who will ac-
cept immunity from prosecution
and help bring two World War 1
spy rings to justice.-
Armed. with the new lgamuni-
ty law, the. Justice Department
is going all-out to obtain indict-
ments against leaders of the so-
called Fedls and Silvermaster
master espionage groups that
operated here daring the war.
Elizabeth Bentley, a graduate of
Vassar, confessed that she operat-
ed'as' the-courier for the two rings
and -she named the-members. But
prosecutions were impossible be-
cause there were no other witness-
es to back her story.
A Justice Department spokes-
man said the department now is
trying in various ras d jury in-
qeierig it has sa to find a ringl
member who would-be ing to
support Miss Bentley's charges in
return for immunity fromL prose-
eution. With corroborative testi-
mony, the government could file
file criminal charges against the
ring leaders. *
S e ndew immunity law w as
passed in the losing days of Con.'
greass,s part fits e -Commu-
It uth judge, at
the petition of the Justie Depart.
ment, to grant immuty from
prosecution to wi

e alto answer tlei
aser istwosatyep t pasat
ed would make tbfe
sutject t. e-tefmt1*I bout

.4 that

the aeco

tame ballG

ry official and one of those ac.
caused by Miss Bentley, has ap.
peared before the grand jury.
Atty. Gen. Herbert BrownelU Jr.
and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoo-
verhave appealed to Reds and ex.
Reds to take advantage of the im.
munity law to tell what they know
about the Communist conspiracy.
The new law was enacted in the
closing .day of Congress as part of
the Eisenhower administration's
anti-Communist program. It pro.
vides that a federal judge can
gant immunity from prosecution
*a witness -testifying fore 'a
grand jury about subversive act-
vities. '
Immunity would be granted at
the request of the Justice Depart.
menT e statute is aimed'at fore.
in#g testimony from witnesses who
might cite he Fifth Amendment
n refusingevlence that could be
us a st"tm.be
egrad9 1 investigation be.
gaM last week. It is designed to
ascertain if there have een any
violations of a whole, series of
laws dealing with subversion.
A trand jury investigated Miss
Bentle 's charges'in 1M7 4ad 1948,
I -not etun any Indict.
Meats, chlefly beeaue M16 s
Benagy was the only witness
a had M s docasontary evy
moewne to corroborate imw ANN

S frmer employe of the War P
Board. She hai isid that
she knows of twoo their Soviet spy

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