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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00508
 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: AA00010883:00508
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34, r The recent issuance of a charter to the Armed Servicf coniarmed D We benaoe m I e
lifhapter of Local 00, OCEOC-CIO, converting -this egi t of*r c oulres. aey were e uviuea
ixt e duly-established Lxocatl 900 Into an eaide Jpelttl ,oci i enuitsa n Aaiu y W, F ve i9e n i "ha
s ix ou t o n ea n y w h oo to e f ol o w e d9
own raihtlI a develop ent that's f cail ue t. ie2th.-w plWld c on uru b tw tue suut e nu.
cern among the general membership of thatelcal lof.n the..i aMnas snows ae was i reat
a e o t had the Ail snows Waei@ war no great
* ir ~tn fst announce eent of the at Pc t edt faied to housecleanuag in re p., u ea
S Ing effect ofed a profound stehock to 900 fil to mBciasnge uor au iniatrawun. xny Us
--- tain close contact with the Inner O W&,cal 90 aaese appoinsCmeu s %ee lri mnlmes
, To President Edward Gaskin andhev ful, honester employes aa somd
t erthe efficient staff, however, it was noIt an t er unexpect-e0r t L.er empoyesao e u some
13 CA maneuver. Rather, they have viewed the situation as some- rouenu ul nePUUcIaIA apa ee us
thg of a clmax to thoe series itter oe Vourredt d nr w o resigneu. -,
voate feudsf th at have render e the auctioning of the Locaal n po ,m astJtrshlp, which are
r anedifficu lteeverasincel ts early incipieRC1. .oa .uppuseu wo e unorspouu
No one who has followed without undue prejudice the e y we16 no pm l D 1 __ "a'l --
opment of the Union can have failed to observe the questionable conrlmeu by tae aen.e first Sb-
behavior oe of those who eithr i son. ni a eco s session asw er
high office. Ambition more i andlty re-a i uhL an apmacau u e
personal dignity has forever been the umDer 05 u 'ama.rs -uu mo-w
conduct of some of those in whom it mt been su en& uupW,, an 1.
Thes individuals have elected to relegate the issues tth AnmA ~M a Nr $ y Commission
out for serious attention to a position of secondary haport doeso nave to worry soU1IG a

his. Is indeed a n unfo' rtn ttensta-teome m -- .I _..iv _.m. l .-
while they scheme and connive for the overthrow of tn who s- v un.oV *-a s autoe aaua.
would sacrifice their personal security w f tion maue u of U ocors 01 pn
m neration for the ca use of to heel b yes opsy. Duhb our orea u A e lrn ir a e t te a
Granted the right.of the Armed odesfn M ie .me a r Ia01 na. DU 6 o e e t of a rd o a
to be organic ed under an r independent one ae eng s are l.reaiy oqa. o l w e he d loo o hot p
understand the motives that could hay verta nae i/,s a auul r u io ue a e sor i .. o Mathy
of their "leaders." vluy a &Lep irom tuas to a uaon Kot er 5thiis I .i-
One also wo ..r.. why this matter was notl b the o oh.n uar eee.M. .a I o u e. ea
S' attention of the on authorized nleaderso Whip e of asthe i hics j ai ohr ey sa u e unh t eir pr esional ea a thee t al
Chapter and i---ts eral membership ano ti the Zna Board MarsocyJje luW aue axeralwnul 01 ut ,as .

-of Local 900 be any attempt wmn eau o eingto a the new w r u tma o m o a esan rat d ce t e g
charter. uSuchn otion mightwih have ssh oIte legitsi- reny rs nd eane a wrwwn i d wo. dlom o H D eotaC,- V, atn
mat!e miunde ns that might l% d cleared ca of ce&e aur e r. .hd. nl or W d *t
the way for a r understandingI a vened vppenai .ave umanged n a eQ ee

S Here is a of clearcut ind tntriguTe isti.i. T i tah ... o o. t hal h e an lete dse
officers of th Services Chapter ed themselves n saon, u e.r, anu Ie as aitIgl ta m a uA 7,Be s wt O s, o e.t

to be deceive to be reduced to amertetes to suituhe Aane eorrte h pacedein we poI a in tohee 4te s u r daie of rop
ends of Indl withselflshly-inspilr s. Th hy ve b o Sur hUevs wa eing 1 har d t Lhha.
sold li'tal .so Ydown the Stream rattetm th nue o oA the nRowe u. b to c.n.hert New Yocl cryl

virtally. The uncer e !te w d merd wan moem l nee wo y co o .'.o. t iHdeoeBroaed oroduEcern a Mahni, bbl al*burmps.b vn aI. t nil e,- the
ble *i ,A a aeong o s al a: S e o e In ili ta d
form to ar Aset.tby'"somewhath ernflienttial" menoof qiew- 0llrsafr r aionngT AX ls Co n s a eb

T' t e s e r the days for bickerIng and squabbling, o me N68era uono .11 ooperave r or.. uEdg ofheltlf oic e a e Meero DoI rnimt ao it e --

Soniosts. [thee rfoc clear.nandon cm m level-wdd tr el r apui t e a_ od a teIea he dSt t ( r o 4 a rro re e oaboato a ns .xtto wi
in.The I n .leson r Ihism. r-cAl s& A aol oranv-t iom n SOhas d a l at's thi bo i n.. n o dJmheTme M ar Circle: The men Quem heI S ta e pi .-i e. s1na'o ho. a
4-afordyto The c demonsia in _ooe aonptem shwa er" toebAsi her ... Mitzi Haynes of the road y and gha night Im n thewatch on re ad iynpean Be Swrut wr n ttn tOward ,tD4, the fll Uin-
Weoa afford t os bedoinete iron merarl oep hr a egt A n b s. epeshows dand nowhusband Win.Tashe wu an soye"Amlinmegi" *ase iul ithe bta w.e caieaseorty to Ptcoter

aulTan, Czeco, tomatn a on. ca Wst givin the Pr Sh-rt.no itmul onaire steelionare, will file And turAe to r wel, a stranger tup edt o s By an as ta th a
m scourge 0 ptaMooenmeurawhe np, ~. w en Tra.i M ,rt .on .(-- Helen HIyea, and his pre It aft hay .l o h e .sem a Ret eais t to e i
I t s g o n t 011enU n.oop ereaTe Sar o o Aey: ort of ahr kle sor divLoe arif, o ter 9 years Jane and of mdobentendre "I el so e es neso aorn oe
Snmean s of, comba isthat lurk heilionsmiesin ad c to is.ara Te w(cole with your guns a ger msen town.)l eo s riaf as mucA u M to wath" n ora on .t er
''n ;N;ommimfIts have been srtep- men' Kwddgse .. Aeronca Lae Honeor or rlk or whener. Coent Yorty ad o legall n st he see
ie ra-pi urp ner ncavie to se e- aw t the Ble an reporter a du atih.er fud oe de moh th.n Lolu n. t Unmed etTaten it awe o en e hade ind teeh w-
~ e t 0 .wrInau ternaional or iganmmeati onsas sa hwnd Sally marco int the ...tr TIe. brotherTflU. u Quemoy.t heI Statet Jt qe. liT so loa-
long s l atr toon t e o S. r, deade I hpne (f Mortr propgrrl a rector Ie oHyma, The pe st, em n l Oa t. ax wSuithn
Hr Lm- rena U' way amerani n aNe im t clue the ya irt o o"Ruby," tor L.iaw rd. The liot ct

ulgarian, Czed a omani.c an h West aougiving th Par a m ionir (woth $35 million) wrt came from a Filoer ta ingt ou aonfi ey it as wa a e
out ueeant~y leorupsn are t gaeos ae 'obby e gers twice as mchi s because d his chren are daIncusrae mo .. Carmen Mri. congrsmn if e would comea oStha the0l,
inip. a mxmornaip UpThatMr G as Ol rmen t, n Helen Hayes, his wicfe jus tt e an waueU o i o e ld ahndnt om J.aNseethe
erenc tn Lopsirendeon ow wal l goatn the tar, stepping out of a ebr nowney, & r., terrible th irstyerlnt o es- e of m Fame:uy Bwl antie est r ruas
mu nte Cn '- ommuai5 naeethough she were stnhis bout ofman r, because I ..never rnk had to submit to his first manicured eSman raeth or h ct
poing oupt have ti o e et n ast Beoy abye Tod e wiha Lae luro r age r when kidse are a look- to Nlease a color p photographer eUeantea would e B o o o

ut lr U ta I so t la0 rgna. tn sheha o dwhLch seandr Doi. br other a pGapers ncesTrey un aheBon blarU.. oi the q_ w ae q in Jz" nottear ptgtotioewBa oo pmotet iM amep .to D .rPa
piAterms tortac i r PropaganA d re Wctor c ,abrd Hayman, the pa ette a sticcesful. e eatery sn As e music start ng Oct Ibor oL hist la nerk

hana' s y AMenran U .anernan recent of th e an y itnll r htt "Ruby,"tes.Th r oa r Peyas non: rh ae o ogte vr t ofbe too Io set wnle -a*io
l 6" ithure wn dos lke tMe.. rwnteem c aiun who com seer J melodies on a other sonu bHarold Be W Ei B e W raewa n eter, os th who ca
couat of er i.CA. es c harmy ing I h o.oAeIr w T "t a rh o ne l o l ._
rumniers uN aisarmament con- ofhisai ti6e31=per Eddure Fisraher tdvouquetd come J .oel

.IereEaidr ne Lnasdo nownoW, ae bee,. grape bride-topbe (Deb, Downey, Jr., sonof the restaurr m os eer u .d 'eUhan dmntt nte e, I d wh

to r have to e asieoalin wo ngGe p u. wthbe liove with Eddie of Newsweek are a eteady duet .Ceo n u author h ic and that It woutldebetter- t -t .
Aussions. l -sher.nto "lvmich she wired: . .Lawrene Tierney (n t he sIL- t Noin were . n have a reVentive war now thai H an Th YWDODm
The conference had no more "Who's Eddie Fisher? Love." Wagon since Nw Years) roan: weeks ago ... i r

Wai dcte tooa l up .^ al. A* de a b i" wel d e o an nw o ed brden -C a .K wael p s ..ba lv. e.. .,_ chel cm-
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than opened woen U. S. Uenerai "But nobode'l. print th il" ... and Phyllis Kirk havesu.n-oved.ett ,e fact a ldvws

M ired. ., a. ruenth.er, supreme- aIllse of anur Alle y Bert o Lahr Stephanie rifflin wh om 4 Eioenhower, wh oLnraddf-ene of.e S o to I er l R n ap t on ov.
roseaty _rgal i an, camU e ito, He- said th he report er, you'rea great her divore decree nex month Encorchidst eOdtte's eardo a- one. To mome extent It also In-
aon to make a. speecil.in di;sa worrier. Why do you worry?" .l.. Teevee producer ha.Martin hisalbum. "Unde iles,,cluCes the chairman Of the Joint en la sae o 7i ue-

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1tor Raps Banks Loan AgenciesTin Familly Charged .With chT'sheat ooAreB
Kidnapping Of Grandchild Smth p During lo
Xldnlpling ak 45 i theoretical
maximum pe y An France of ICAG
five years imprisonment and a ary little
PARIS, Sepi 7 nPeR)ttishe had taken chrge of thba a finger in the dike top
hotel el ltl and the e Its fotcome will depend on the was effectively replsace-m b1y'
naing hi -laws, wealthy. A hea was perts aid. They explained that cent de --
oan Aoten Patiflo and scheduled for tomorrow e If the Patmos are ven cu
CHIC ,~ t17 (VP) *tia00to a otie ta t wife, in a battle for custody of President of the Paris civhl of the child;'oh custnd
sd tl Robbe Fa w a was born on the n would colla p atcally. de nt
"stiks -1i.d M ,1Wo Haold ae de loa Bane R bb n The 21-year-old Goldamith xemia, an oxygn deficiency in ers on the showroom floor
inkhae e ofh a ithed WI COfgIIt from the blood necessitaliag constant he saw water seeping th
copblame at *har man oert I \dI I nI non-delivery of chdn to out- medical care. The grandmother sandbag dike n front of
4 me. os Inatea Ahl Act Has W arden Puzzled ae Weud e t such care than o he co n
or6,o hhIsabe Marcelle Christiana. The duches-grandmoth r, a pumps to hose running
rals so o aftsr ns i The girlh who someday may direct descendant of Los XIV dikes, and they were "in
ba of Witnsses told how remod t 'es to use the money n ATLANTA, Sept. 17 (UPI robig a dertment stoesale Share in te oo-mlon- dollar sGoldmith's apng ac again
esl and repair loami undeKr Ti- his business and for "pecula- Two long-term bank robbers, nt W Britain Conn. Patew t t fortune, was bord n cusa tion were tsloly.R de th H l
btie I of e h the feder h aotsl law t sid e dw." "capable of being desperate and forge Dutch A enerson .14 to dark-eyed Isabelle "e in sid es hale ale
potedhlofficewateroevead 'Whou br o I whoewa s h m rried B o u ha ve t baby.i
areo r months, escaped after two Yu Goldsmith after a run- But she didn't say where and
hem. testified that the racket Bauman said he talked to Dobbs determined whether they had "under" the wall and ended tin parents. Isabelle died in child- small army of private decvest
at he bawfa and a clout at the mers to buy the 01 rights of ai Mrs. Lucy Worthen, Warden a year later. Goldstith co laed to p- Both sides claimed it was a --------hour, M si.
A." a namedd Chaman for $200 W. H. Hardwick's secretary, said A rookie policeman had a lice Wednesday nght, when
Cane explained that "clout" Is 6 He MAid he ave Dobbs it's still a riddle" whether they loged him In an all and both returned from an African bus-
an derw d t o a con- a eor a. lor p escaped from the prison where te In the battle tha followed, ess trip, that his mother- In-
taee who a" be in the deal. ,escthree others huae found -aeduchess of.'
t"t's amibt that the edit way to freedom nc theed to deliver the child
..andSbns allowed "Straw men" was the instituton was built i 1 saild he h id
epto go ape cori applied to those who, ko or an for U A ar left the girl with an English
mented. or unknowingly lw the warden pwo was headifg N nurse.
"1nkers In Chicago should name to tain te a or heme hNOVeties in ay, ordered his attor-
assume much of the responsi- Interest ase. By this means re- the prison's 27 acres, sal offi- nays to file the kidnaping com-
bility for this astuation." modeling loass could be obtat" clals had -f= no evidence', fC aint. It was against 1X -
C hart said "It stinks here ed for other us, or a n.n-01 indicate the prisoners escaped or Js unknown but In the
| In ci 0 could get a homeW loan through whethe.. they e DRESSES t It named as principals Dof
I rty It amases me that a 0 "straw tman." the 30-foo gh wall. H i o, his wife and the
t has been going on for 10 years Cane told of running a bu- The m n men were FOR LADIES child's nurse, Deborah COckhIl l
and still continues It's time the ness which supplied salesmen, Edward Steg 6, of Lousvlle At B Pri t
business inter uit blaming known as "d y n amiters" or y., a ray painter and textile A ter ha had a run away
the racketeers and clean upthis "suede shoe men" for paint, mUI c and teorge emllrr, nw I tv
drt me," he a roofing or bul mat ago, ten d o102 Central Avnu gh to gt my n he to
Srac came to light fir to puh their product painter. te wasentenced PANAMA. Goldsmith said bitterly to re-
Wednesday when Maurice, Bau- through remodeling loans. June 22, 1940 at Paducah, ., porters
man, Champaign, Ill., testified Cane said sometimes there to 25 years for armed bank tro is mother-in-law admitted
he paid streakk .men" to apply was collusion between the ales bery, while Ellis was sentenced
for remodeling 0oats which he man and the customer, where- Dec. 22, 1952, at Chicago to 20
diverted to his customers by the loan was made for more years for bank robbery
foruyg such things as tele- than the cost of home mprove- The warden reported the me
vision sets and automobiles. ment so the customer also could missing after a check Wednes-
Burman testified today he buy a TV set or auto. day at 5 p.m. A general alarm
_______-__-_ _ENRUGS was broadcast to all law enforce- I
AJ Answer $o Previouv Puzle meft agencies in the Southeast.
Zoo I xthey made their way outside 00 s worth of goods
_,_ ___ _I. .the walls, they would become -,,
the fourth and fifth primera
Ac" s t taa... ever to make good th.ir escape
It - L opuaw from the prison. Of their threeIr o C aBs
prp 3 Trucked soo edecessors, one was recaptu*- F Ool/
anial AFoot parts o notorious two wlo were
S Zoo--..-s. lm elves more successful came to tragic at the
bb* 61 Asceoded lot 1 q1 IIends-one at the end of a hang-
2 Goodl i 7A Pe r t c !man's noose and the other In a
tUoo ido. -Wa:an dark alley, dying beside a young R ANNUAL
kepeStra se 26 European bird3# Ice glider The first prisoner to escape

i28 Wuhav mosd tob te o here n at EL CORTE INGLES .K .
20 Nuisances 1Seuipem b aa ..on 25-year.ai tence herei-AA COLONtae
SInalpd from India 29 War go& of 44 Prayer ndW a ne had pulled a 3-milliob-dol- (ttatning c&le giome

e" Gtec3 armed mail truck robbe ..eart s esire...
of4e went Over the ll wall a

J ._ d t4 ..^ ... Fashion for any hour.i , ,. .,,.. .
ea a rlh t hers0e n dR BAZAAR n ATTANL from 1 8 strands.
officers near Athens, Ga., and t 8 stu
was wounded. He was placed in
a sho etal from where ho es- v e Ol
re as ha.ed at Wetherford, MAHNDro
.W ^^" Con*Anr WA d poWear MAHOGANY Modarn and
w ^ -"40 Fur be"-ag a policeman who caught him i Coume Jewelry Period.
42Once mote,
tree- WESTCLOX 0 Be p* *** *P p- wall to wa lii

Slippery eas ilu rt o ei Or Sized.
animal Outfits for every occasion.
32Arrow poisonp

_____alm_____a_______i__ __ I__ 1Ave. Just. Arosemena No. 79 Tel. S-1128 Bases.
(Aeross from maria iniaculada 5ehool iW |ron or CeramiC. BasS.


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Has Hedped FBI Capture 70

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WAHINGOTON. Sept. 17 (UPIFBI officials and the United
e-Th, FBI today credited the Press, It was decided It would be
idea iklshlng a list of its 10 a public service to publicize a
"most noted" criminals for its listof 10 fugitives most eagerly
ability to capture 70 of these sought by the FBI.
dangerous culprits In the last 4C, This initial effort proved so
S -dea o- f publishing a list successful that In March 1950
of 1e0 most wanted was novel the FBI made It a formal part of
ii enforcement annals at ilts fugitive-apprehension pro-
the D of its adoption. But it gram.
p rt the public to be on t. s
the1okout .for dangerous crim-. Since then, some o persons
inals on-the loose. A wide-awake have been placed on the fugitive
pplc. 'w a big hal the FBI list. Of the original 10 pIcked In
!d. 1950, only on ,e- ry rdolph
S.Mitchell, a h*isv t kd bhk rob-
TIp from citizens 'who recog- ber-remalS at large
nilsed fugitives from pictures in
newspa a, magatines or TV Although nearly every kind of
=cWeeIs counted for the direct male criminal has made the list,
arrest f 31 of the 70 "alumni"
ll0 wO e graduated from the 10
lit waj'4ed list, eiaer my get-
tJng eght or killed.
Tweaty-six were brought to A U
took !1.1P53, and exactly half of
these, FBI said, ,were track-
d down through ,Information
furnished bY wide-awake indi-
The idea of publicizing a list
of the FBI's 10 most wanted fu- B Avenu
sitles originated with the Unit-
d4 Press In February1949. ";
A U.P. reporter approached
theiFBr 'wth a request for the IDAYV
name of the current "oubic en- F Ag -
i NNo. 1." FBI officials explain-
ed hat the FBI never had des-
Ignited any criminal as "public
enemy No. 1." That practice.
they said, was started by news-
pauers in the 1930s. .
After consultations between .I. ,
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WASHfIGTON, Sept. 17 (UP)
.-Here s the FBI's latest list ot
&10 most wanted" fugitives:
Hen Randolph Mite hell,
wVated as suspected bank rob-
ber. 7:.-
FrederickTT T of Phila-
delohla, wanted murder.
James E( dir DiU.bf Norfolk,
Vs., wanted for murder.
Clarence Dye, wanted fdr arm-
ed robbery in Akron,o. 0.
Charles Faleone, wanted for
robbery in a, N.Y.
Peter Edwar4 lk., wanted
for slaying his Chicago.
Otto Austin Lz anted for
Miirder in OklaI City.
David Daniel n, wanted
for murder-ro near Mon-
Oamin, Ia.
SWalter Jame Wnson, want-
M4 for. kidai d robbery,
tod burlary U NY New Irork
John arry anted for
Mned robbery ffere,

A Judy Expects
Third Child
i' KOLLYWOOD( .ft 17 (UP)
S.t4inging star Juy Garland
i disclosed today she is expecting
Aher third child next April.
The singer made her an-
pouncement after she and her
husband, producer Bid Luft, re-
turned from a European vaca-
.bon. Miss Garland has two
daughters, dne by Luft and the
i"'"t r b ya previous marriage to
director Vicente MinneUli. Luft |
Sa son by a previous marriage
A f actress Lynn Bari.

no women has been named o ':Cctle. Many of the criminals
far. have been picked up within days
The FBI does not distlnwuish after being listed.
among the fugitives listed. There IV m
is no No. 1 criminal nor No. The B said four factors de- t"I WFI E!!I
10. All are wanted equally. As termine wheeler a wanted crim- L 6
one Is captured, or otherwise final should be added to the liat. l IJyNTM
"removed from the fugitive They are the fugitive's criml-j
status," another is added to keep nal record, the viciousness of his S .
the total at 10. crime the scope of his activities.
either geographically or quanti-I
The FBI said It considered the tatively, and his actual or poten- I
Isting practice extremely ef- trial menace to the community.


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ae hileft .ad tae part he ria, len wedding weuWasa
W -.wh e it iO la MIL t4eeare Sgrand-
Gerald so I and his wife were early comersm the Zo ne.
hi 1oll swhes tr UEw4 at Culebra (now lallard) Cut was
m t o, a etdbaa. he w w named pstmiaeter to I temew
vni -td twn of CulB. b, e had bn assistant postmaster
in Chatautua. New TI4, boe IIM, whoaa he wasaapwinted
am l00 eik, heme. kMw. Diia Joined her husband the next
lyear. Bth had bea born InSherman, New York. After Cu-
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ot Miri o wi ll head for upper
Naa Yrk itatr usldr isumberk.-
ing ai w rt i ad..wd laUt
go over to G spe', Mnsa., tr
a viswwih C a dr. George
!ead, former Zomans. The Mor-
Saas of Morgan wi_ also look
n on Wishngton, They expect to
be away about weeksI.

Another couple, the Howard De-
marests, are aiing bag-and-blg-
ague en route to his new poIt at
U80 at Shaw Air Base, Sumter,
South Carolina. They have been
on the Isthmus slace 19M and
have been the recipients of a mnum-
her or farewell ,ealuies from
friends and colleagues. Las eve-
ning the "Y" committee of man-
agement entertained them at the
Army & Navy Club.

Mr. Chester A. Whitmore, who
has been attached. to the fire,
st*lon In 'Cristobal i also sailing
en route to a new home. He wlU
be witb-tmh fire department for
the new Air Force Academy at
Colorado Springs, Colo.

Miss Ruth .ard er
Is Gulick Viltr w
Miss Ruth Gardner from Port-
land, Oregon is enjoying a three
weeks' visit to the Isthmus as
house uest of Capt. and Mrs Rob.
ert "Ass of t. Gulick.

Beta figm Bearn Talk oC
theM Aha Chapter of the Beta
Si9m1 Ph Sot met Tuesday
the Com m unity Center in Cu rm i

sent were Elener
3oyer. Shirley Bar-
apello, Eileen A-
Aycock, Helen
Hired Frick Jane
m Morse. betty
lnie Thomp so n,
Wilson, T e r e sa
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Arts And Crafts Group
Meets On Meaday

The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club will
meet Monday, at 9:00 a.m. at the
home of Mrs. Albert H. Plumer,
House No. 6216, San Miguel Place,
Los Rios. Textile painting will
be demonstrated.

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'to phu wdem -meals. 3
Grabbing a sandwich and soft
dik on Mrunp
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s and health. dal

lunchtime eating and the other
half aSking Walk -
include 6n hot dish in your
menu every day, add, of course,
fruit and milk. if you are trying
to maintain.or lose weight, beep
away from rich deserts. T h i a
rulsea4 applies if you are suf-
feuing from acne.
Many saools allow a md-aft-
ermoon break for 10o r 15 minutes.
It offers a good opportunity to
have another glass of milk and
crackers or cookIes.
Your body cannot perform prop-
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ed It you have been feeling terri-
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helek your diet. Chances are that
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LONONN, 8W. 17 ( Townsnd after Atle
Acolkn-dyard-oWay NeMrched south Ruislip subway SWliO D' l
tor "tMy! men In PAtnc a'e a 10-minute midnight w.lk. ,to
wanted In the ,chanl4etter" her home.

model whse atr led body wa MiTownsend had entered
Sound Wednesday near U.8. 3rd enthusiastically Into the ya-
l Forced headquarters., IMd party crame 1 iohic h

suburban Ruls n resa of the
Olme shortly efor an .Town-I As played in London, new py-
send died with her wi black ramid. members a
w laf iottard d er astndek.' crown (35 cents) o i
Tme, "pef't.r", b l .model for names on te Bottom of the. py-f
i d.eatricl costume ln w raid list at a parpi. 1I ,h4
leturnin home from Lndon chain is unbroken, the member
"pyram party,' Iven by thea- threw a-pr after eight days
trial frtendawhoraudatarted a and collae s 12iund .4lu.
"1chalnetter" ,scheme -to make
some extra money Mnss Townsend would haive
- Wednesday night would have been hoat at her winner's party
been Miss Townsenl's turn to
M t to the too of the ramid list .
Swing 1358 for her -cent in-
estment. but she never collect-
4d. Her body was found in a .
he heather paclh some 400 yards ShooWl KIDS, Tee.
throm eAit ,oce headguar- ( w
Her clothing was disarranged 1 Buni hsIde -
but authorlUeai s. ale h#4 not B" -" *
een attacked eualy. .. yoa hMie.
Detectives aid two men seeu "
loitering in the quiet Ru-lip COMB TO OUR
Suburb may have attacked MiAss iA* "

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Ereeter and building
sts. Ale: mileresee
chemistry sets and the
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'The model was known Injl
theatrical cirle aan "the girl
with a perfect'figure."
Police, meanwhile, were check-
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htranunii wuVai ecafted with
hs recent murder of a Pictdlly
party girl. "ed Helen" O'Kelly.
m iss ZCey wa .aLM Sept. 5
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S o1 Aw ,to0bi DR. WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC IPlS.i OceansIde cottages, Santa
_r____.... __a__w,- -. ......" 209 Central Avenue I. ox 435., Bo io.. Phone
ALE'- "Go* ho water heater, FOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobile 4-dr, Beside Copitolio Theater. Tel. 2-3479 Paonma 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
S new never used, $100; Hydoramotic, new tires. $40 0 l .
.e,, neiw.a evr used, d;yA Meadows, GUlick 88-530. GET THEM, while they lost. ot EL WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Cot-
type n Iao, ctoet, bcrdsey- .M..eadowFRl.. k 88l-.. CORTE INGLES' Annual Sale Corn- toges-rockgos, refrigeration, two-
mopfe, $50; kitchen table.'orce- FOR SALE:-938 Ply Coupe, engine plete suits from $4.95; Ponts from bedroom. Phone Balboo 3050.
loin top, 4 unmatched chairs, $20; and point in very good condition, $2. All guaranteed. Low prices on POSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile past
bedroom set with springs, $25; $125. Phne 4-324. edt terms. Just sy: ."Charge t" Santa ara. Low rot, Phone
Wi'a s for full-size bed, EwithR E-E-- -- to,, _es," h "
Pstic cover, refrigerotorFOR SALE:--U.Ued can, low price$. EL CORTE INGLES, NO. 73, Cn- Balboa 2-1866'.
stc coved. o 'n $1 50. Tel- PANAMA AUTO, S.A.. Joes Frn.- trail Avenue. IT V .--,l
9p.m1 'aFOR: ALn 9'.. A4 URGEN: he "Comit de yud GOOD WITH YOUR VACAI
ap 283 before 4A URENT:-The"Comit.doAyuda AT SANTA CLARA I
p -3-4541 p.m. FOR SAL:- 1952 Chevrolet deluxe Social' wishes to acquire a used *'renting a cottage at Santo Clara
-F. igidaire electric club c96pe,, excellent condition. wheel choir for crippled person, So- Beech, from the 20th of September,
FOR. L 30-inch,. d a never used, 5965-, Smilth PI.. Phone 2-.3026. cial Work, an emergency. Call thru thq 30th of September, you will
rO$ 1 L-ewh F d eir, sed. Panama 3-3225 'be contributing the entire rental to
$1. ELG 2, Peru Ave. FOR SALE: vner leaving, 1950 e Mre
E-thie Chrysler "New Yorker" 4-door se- FORth Mission St. Clare's Building Fund,
SALE Coldspot refrigerator, don ReT ,a nd will enable the Episcopal -hurch
9'2cu ft 60-cycle. New $220..dtnd new condition, with on-to start building the mission this dry
90c f-720 enI V:00 and ly 8000 miles, leather upholstery,Ms bsn
P 3 or 863-720 ter 6:00n. punctue-poof white sidewoall tires.,Ii e Oa oson.
oHouse 2047-B., :3rd Stret, Cururi- FOR SALE:-Airplone "Ercoupe" with These beautiful cottages owned rei
t offered Phone 3-722 C-75 engine just majored, airframe Me. & Mrs. ForandMr. Shrospnell
__ 01...overhauled, new glass and interior. hae generously been offered as ar
H- d-L 1 1 "wn o n' yeLocated Colon Airport. Phone C iferd an
W P:--Pers home demon- HaDd W artedtbl 32915 po r incentive to help build their Church.
s inss of NECCHI sewing ma- .. _-_-______ _. The cottages have practically all
c A4'Must be capable of transact- WANTED: NursemaId and a cook PANAMA CANAL. COMPANY modern conveniences. Rent one for a
I "les. CASA A'MIRAILI, tel- with experience, Good solory. Apply AMENDS INVITATION No. 118 week or week-end. The prices vory
e 2-I I I, from 8 to 8:30 Casoe Central, in front ofthe post Prospective bidders are advised Item from $42.50 for the week to $21.25
lny. v office. Colon, or 39 Central Ave. No. 5, Flatwork Ironer, is INSTALLED for the week-end.
7 T-- S' Fi-rst-Church---- nue, Pa pmo' .. at Ancon Laundry--not; ), ed4 at Call either Miss Genell Bliss 25-3812,
nSg F'rst Church ---- Section "I." Item No;27,'f.ho. or Mr. Willia'ms 2-3050, or
(."Sa on". S' ,g been deleted from Invithtion NQ1. Baldkvin 2-1715.
r o 1f hor nDeriod. TelniP A i -__.



WI tent paMn to t DuMoui an d u M a abke'
oce sUpport levels on feed leAmri a neIn s long% s
kraaw and onsibly other crops weitnig pemlat.
0wt-,c Wrt fre from produc- -. .
tcarbs e d gday by A :- .I'h as emglt with
del &oit',i
ea ird the reduc big eatch to m5
sources said the reduce* hisW e more W4an hirn.
.MU l. not be announced i r-
Tw thMle November eleetlons ;
bowerb unless there i some DoA-
hia e to' present plau. Dead e a
A..a.ombW Mid the paurimb -;._ -,' ," ,,'
asbh In xupiort leve Istend-" HARTFORD, CO (UP) -
ed to discourage farmers from A deer. that wandered -nto bu
devoting diverted land to crops city streets was Jdkilled with kind.
which already are in jurpluS ness. Authority ehs oiated it hrtw
and thereby adding to the Ov- hours In an eff0t to lud I t
nments .riee support burden. safety, and the animal was caueml
That, we the aim of the now- only after it dropped, dying ro
discarded allotment plan. exhaustion.

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AS rH ur JMJ1Mr fJ 4Ue 0SVnT
Syr handed Prrento enh';XXowera Carmen Amoya, The Greot Dancer,
the New Weldwood Glue thumping victory by votem too f' M f 1 '
~ust.it tery st o.-set And Her "FLAMENCO" Spectacde
price sup orts for the lreen
S PtEStTOe-SEuce the cot of the r Today At The TRESIDENTE
gram. . : "
for Io~me or Indtiatry
for me or Inute The de artment also reported
Bonds like Maglo that it had ,005.511.000 tied up.
Packed in Handy Tubes' n farm surpluses on June 30
ReadyoUse on an increase of about 73 per c
Wood.,'Paper, Cloth -over the $3.476,330.000 comnlot-
ted -under the, program a year-
(Mo@. *f. NoVey INC. The. Commodity Credit Corp.
Central Ave. 279 which acts as sort.of a banker
Tel. 3-0140 for the price suDport roaram. -


or.. - v.a. .n po.. i iw.afl&.AtaI.
918.'Z ports FOR SALE:-'Vqneto l f GRAMLIC9'S SantQ Clara Beach Cot- -iiai aT..-. of farmers on which the overn-
able for u.family arte also toes, modern convenience, mod- s a- "t ha de loa. Mny o
Westinghouse refrigerator, porce- orate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. (1 block trol .ux lItet h es loans eventually will be
rs Waer SOCCin, 25-cycle. House 554, Bal- aid off WithnFOR RENT loss to the
ags WW SOCCER sa Street, Balboa. e FOR uENT t ry" ""les p oat .d
Thea anta"truz Intra-mural FOR SALE:-1949 Pontiac Chieftain
Area ccTerChai plfshonh co nues club coups 8 cyl., Hydromatic, f TRANSPORTES With another big harvest In
rin a two- -- new tires, 30.000 miles; one Easy
inatrwed cle t a T eo wSpindry washing machine, almost FOR RENT:-Two-bedroomn chalet in B A X T E R, S.A' prospect the A'griculture De-
Med io 1 nout n n w, ; fishing rod ad Be Vista. P 3-111~ apartment has estimated its in-
lue Me I o. Jfivei neew, 2 ,ycl es s.ng 2-4465. FOR RiNT:-3-bedroom bungalow, Me. vestment 0far sur owill
.' "(Up FOR SALE:8" Craftsmn table sw edof its outstanding loans re on
President Eisenhower today There ite nes remain- with I-hp. motor; 6" Craftsman Well located, good neighborhood, Telas.: 2-22 2-51 orn and tobacco wheat,
Issu.orders from his fishing ong t or ed' teanm and their way joiner with /2-hp. motor; 18" disc modern conveniences. Apply PnamA.L corn and'butter, make up most
casnsi~ tl* w#era slope of the the first three teams are play- sander. All tools mounted and ready onny Boy," 810. Phe -3041. f its actual holdings
mens- disst* area in New ing it sure wifl be a battle to the to go. House 769-C, Son Pablo St., FOR RENT: Furnished cottage, aol l, o d
England aa a result of hurricane wire. Balboa. conveniences, one bedroom, in Ar- (MIMEOORAPI)
FOR SA-LE: Tropcal'fshes-ew-r' raijan, I V2 miles, -name at en-
Sfter Gov. Peru s W oul ieg sc Tropical fishes ce JOHNSON.
-Ie took thEi a sdrewil....it& iittc-, T jjI shipment; Parrots, Macaw, .rra -__.... _
Christian An r of Massa- d t b b'-sg ww ,. won 'ur 'ost keets, Monkeys. Squirrels. Complete FOR RENT:-3-bedroom house with (SCREEN PROCESS) r
.s..s.a...Dni. J ets.............. ....... ,0.0os ORo o.ohouse ,w.th SCREN .. Course Free FOR *
husertta nd Gov. Dennis J. ofue toO ibt. EIiht won ost :-line Canary and Parrakeet foods. large garden and yard, $90. "Miro We print all klads'e
Robert f .o f Island had games, live, failed to draw' any Cat and Dog supplies. Porrot coges. flares," No. 188. Ask for keys at *sdC rt iKe. "W.WW
wired The and have lost two on. to Peru Aquarium supplies, plants. Every No. 190. Phone 2.1726. No go-
The feak"tir. rnment pre. gand the other to Mexro o. Both $5.00 purchase 1 pair fishes FREE, rage or maid's room. 7M E.am.l nmigra.ph Workf TlU 7
:iously had c aside 1/, mril- top teams have ten ints and bring your own container. ACUA- Is- St. Ea t, N. I Tel. 347
.o dollars for each of the New even if M exoo& fails to win the RIO TROPICAL PET SHOP, 49 Vi OR RENT: -- Beautiful furnished I. ot
Entpd state affected by Ed. championshul, it can certainly Espoaa. Phone 3-5411. wayue minutes frosth theCanal
naq,;predeceseliwAurrieane, c,.,. ehe d factor, I.zonekwin soorbae u
nro lay' arifcn b o d"oo FOR SALE :--Sma mre, chop. Call ideal for Americans who likeco- Wm S2 WWI ,
a i on1 ,ut ~s gf fundl av d Chilneo 1 .nset, 83-2246. fort. Cool location, surrounded by COMPLE L ree
I n"G_" v''DI"G 389 S^ r IW pW ea--n.'*. a Va 40 t; town and treesr Three bedrooms to
the.White Houe said whether .I Fn the fnal phinjes, 6i far 1 SAL :-oTobl e model Zeith ra-' lawn nd trees. Three bedrooms t PlIn und th e o r
e allocton old be d has failed to showthatthey dio-phonorph, 60-cycle $42.50; with closets, large living room and ship of the Canal Zon Pac i2e
woI depends on the findings of stop the top teams, drawing only 1/3-hp. 60-cycle motor $12. Bal- ni raom,ga ktc, n with d's'uar Power quadron
Federal Civil Defense Adminis-one of seven games, that one boa 2-6306. terms, wimming o, Rent' r A i ue, pe
tration officials now inspecting to Mexico. s 41.. ""Int hsr T o r ni b at.The course, open to all U. S.
the hurricane tre s. WANTED only. Guarantee required. Phone Pettd d p citizens 16 years of age or older, Once i a Wite ai extraordinary trt ar s o the Isth
LE U.. 3-1898 from 5 to 8 p.m. for op- deals with such subJects as "E-.mus, and the fanfare. of publicity and t i re created oy his
S dent whotrrved at s intment Saturday teroon and equipment and Lights," "Rules of appearance last for- many days.
the -Fe t. weam$rs ?_.+I Miscellaneous IpointmentSaturdayafternoonand"
the rs P randh of his- .,,,1 A .,all o day Sunday. the Road Afloat," 'The Mariner's Today, the PRESIDENTE ATRE (ated at Pert Avenue
lon e r friend. Awtsel rubS WANTED:- .Was ug aho 3 -4941Compass," "Charts and Piloting," No. 2) has the pIeasre of anounci the grand debut of the
Nie e ar to begin a Peru I cycle (wringer type), excellent FOR RENT and others. It opens for registra- fiery, the electric and aml Opy ncer, the best in all ati-
five se c d c rest, had a exio 2 7 cond tion Call 3 1706 Cristobol. tior Tuesday, September 21, at 7 tudes. CARMEN AMA aid her tro o ansh artists.
bad ornit with. his fishing. Chile b. A reSl p.m., in Room 104 of the Canal Carmen Amays needs no come an bea artsssch am
f Denpvte intensive casting het Ec- Ca ho oiZone Junior College in Balboa.. by bl and critics all over the wor, rea artists such
filed to raise a single tro ltoe uba has scored 11 goals with C1I4 z ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern Classes will meet for o-, T anini and 8towkosk 'con er her as he mos
hisitdry while. He lu-t twom, nict Classesg weilla t fpor o~yat 6thu Ti Ae worC o
i dry f He d ght two nice8 scored, agins. Peru asooy ans l t B a Oksna furnished apartments, one, two The U.S. Naval Station, Rod- a-hlf hours each wee a overwhelming and astonishing pesnalit n the world of the
rpn Wedfter eored 11. bitt onv4,bedroom hotcold water. -Tel- man. Sales Office Will place 56 hlf hours each r a tot Carmen Amaya ande alewill be the sen
Se rentivw t Mexicod ,oredqwithAwi ntns phone Panama 3-4941. lots of foreign excess of 10 weeks. Carmen Amaya an e am
o trhMr te. tetr'e As tc" aan- Chile on 2 w 1 gast. El a ora hcal sketc onsaleunderucompetitive sealed Prospe tive student asosan of thewee an don't rget, to 80 p.m. you
Enovt ae Ao pu ln ofee s 0 ohRiT:p erR twobedroom bids at 10 a.m, ept. 28, at i seeIt at the Preslden Theatr Advt.
fie), '. W newy es'sa chL L flae' dn d earlya o fo 1900's furnished,n For further details d call306 sodan the yn Ttuit Osteru E at eitate
xO .6Adinner for timselfNielsen VOL I E d ...... .tails c ud 30.. .theeseconon
-fixcoe d winer fo e sprelAvd "o f fv w w ith the Reclamation Service in Zubieta: 3-1802 37. cl September 29, at 7 .9
and l ite Hpose ee e r h l he ma h Idaho and Wyoming was one of --, ------ included in the lots are pas.
JPr ti. F eo r me.v m e. r- n i M th new bo os e a nd'cI to t FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart- er vehicles. tr on squadron Com J N
t A$'t nT1)"Vtd cellotaking thelead -0 naZoneLbent,2baths, maid's room, go-ouioment, machine tools andron CommandeiI. J.
it e a ed ellotaking the lead 3-0. theastweekrage. Bella Vista, 44th Street No. material handling .eq ipment. ow of the Cana Pacific
stewed r32 Apt 4 Phone 3-0815. te t al li located at the Squdr n, emphas ed tt' it is
_.ot__.__t_ Th nKwDd-R w ocmated at nthe hsPown*b oe h a d o 600 X 16 ......
.saved tV'e eh gravy .evi l ,:,n El This Is one of several books by FOR RENT:-Lorge furnished 2-bed- DisI a l Yard. Rodmn, and t an essary to own oat6, or ...
served It ov fried mtr Mush this .eessl ho it 80 defeat- Elliot PaULWh -. caWl,"lstemt room ortent, hot water. be unldinf 101. Coco folo, and Wil, ee bat handling torattejid.tbe 6' i a' Old Tire
morning. ing Lucky "Seven" 4-15. 15-13, on the Grand A ount." a series Avenue. Panama 2-0170. nlen fA 'sne.trOp frr ncou t MWith u ear l e
H. ipnl tai here 15-7 and t tting theowhleh -h e wely popu- FOR RENT:-Modern apartment, in .. to 2:30 p.m., Wednesd Mounting Included, Flats m
through Sunda t 1to better 15-4, 154 ar. is new ot desperate El Congrejo, 2 bedrooms connecting until Sept. 2 The Canal Zone Pacific T Ad
Denver that n or Monday In the i nor Mc Scenery portrays soe of the both, porch, living and dining unit f the United Stata Every leuarateed
morning. He plans to have no Farlane Made eight consecutive hazardous work and the men rooms, spacious kitchen, maid's and TIylf'o n tld P4 f ir h", Power Squadrons, a nationpwide
visitors while he ll s here, not .Oints for David and Clevadell Whbedlt'the workon the fantasy Iolaundry aoom with hot water sys- '" 1m nr r-he nhsta1se"d r by Iorgani ation of power boat enthu- EAU"
even a fourth for bridge. Nurse, e second, had six In tic dan project Jackson Hole, tem. For 'further particulars please "'V1sj ~ 'p,, les Offtet. sast. with over 22,000 member T.A.T. TI RE E
a row onticllo. ao In 1910. oo call Panama 3-4946 from 8 a.m. hon avv 3847T, or by contct.in 1l sqUadrons, r hg m A. No. 31 Abe ow
.-, ": The omplelst of w books to 6 p.m. I"& P' at Coco Solo, Phone. las, Hawaii, and the U Itited No. 31 A mobile w O*
tOn ti d even g. -.both anth be n o nc OR RENTA:-Si mnt: 2 ms Navy 0 States, to the Panama C.
IMae r/Q i,11 ^ 2 nB rteamsif Inc their leads, Da- by he LIbrary -R:i te P m
id over "Luz" 15-12. 9-15, living and dining roo, klthe,
ral^ A Rw vivawin dtveelle obver uk Non-frct n. I ecrt bathroom, porch and terrii. Co
saire --with 'four conse- the Past. UiUelol 1to pal- and Second StreetoPho"e ,31.94. .
I I iij cutve- en ss Jrvis= al- eo -. ..y -cience FOR RENT: -Apartmenft 2 rooms
so did.. for David with Flcti .thinkingea; rn- furnished, hot water, $140. Aveni-
n- seven In the second botS, a'diels ters-Con- da Cuba No. 58. Phone 2-1227.
AWRENCE, K. A) game o ning Nurse again kin: Best Destbries of FOR RENT:- Apartment near Canal
Chuck Mather. new Kansas coach. flashed a row for Mon- the Year, 1954-Cooke: The Best Zone, $55. Must buy furniture
may come up with the aspreisad ticello, f by five In a row Short Plays of 1953-54-Mayor- Reasonable. Call 3602, Balboa.
formtion. for Malcol, her teammate. ga, Desperate Scenery Paul-
ie 4.orinlatn to which Big Samuel F. B. Morse and Amerl- FOR RENT:-Aportment, Jiving room
Seven leans. jil. r]y 3M1"I a -The fin a-O f tin first can Democratic art Lakih. and dining room, two bedrooms,
4-- a- w --- ....ree round saw -I "LI winning I Piction: Terror on Broadway- IMrage, gs. All screened. Gerardo
- Sago~ wouid updhere their first -game, defeating Lucky Alexander; The Quality of Mercy rtega Street & Via Espoha, Campo _4
Quarterbacks. Garnica 'captain. sparked her'Pedro Fergusson; Thieves' mnt 4.
team to ; .e fl'he second Hole Howarth: Ghost Town FOR RENT: Furnished apartments,
game, wh J=t d the leaders Bonanza Taylor: and The two bedrooms. one bedroom, Bella
.4,'A~ fat the end of the first round, Palm-Wine Dxunkard Tutuo- Vista. Apply No. 3, Ave. Jos6 G,
was a thriller #a Monticello nos- Is. Duque. La Cresta.
ed out David S1- 15-13j 1-14. Children's Books: 'The Secret FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished two-
bedroom. modem apartment, six
LEAGUESTANDING IValley Built; Betay and the closets. 46th Street No. 42. Call
sBoys -L Haywood: Our Rehools-- 3-1423.
Teams W L GB McCrory; "Row the Pirst Mpn ,-
201 .L 4 Monticello 3 0 -jLived -FIogen; Woodrow Wl FOR RENT:-Semi-furnished 1-bed-
S tDavid 2 1 1 son. Boy P t- Monsell, room aopoartment, gas stove, refri- '
-Lucky Luz" 1. 2Wilbur ad O Wright, Boys "Wgerator. Very cool. Overlooking
Lucky "Seven". 0 3 3 ith Wing tension. S.A.S. Commissary, Via Belisorio
Porras. Son Francisco. Tel, 3-5024.

room, garage. Call 3-3393.


AL4LS NGZU =EA) The FOR SALE --ort, $75. For more de-
MD University of Calil a m a .. t tails, phone 83-2298.

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Opening NEXT WED. Sept. 22, in the
Balboa Salon-the new. versatile band
of DON BAKER, featuring the lovely
person and voice of LYNN CAROLE.


Mcamssed for you; already cookedl '/
to a tender fur, right in the cam
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Jamea,'agney, in
Edwasi4. Robtnal...
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machlne-washfl' wool and- I
flannel, use sort sufd-and-rmln
cycles. And deoW overl.&rth
the washer. After washing
the woolens to remove the
moisture and pdt on shirt bar
to dry. Finger press and eaiO
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and the collar and cuffs ane trim jm L t A
,d ( and ten iwm 400 N1W" 0- Cm'- The formal suit for fal is a
S' I i lH VI I W I bright red velveteen sheath. with . I
Sin -- ma jacket lined with white 7W iff Ie /t
is L being' t it> satin. White pearl butons decU
-e r- gous throaght Bi being egiv.u aent vun.t tBava l ch.rge. eiWPZ %. L orate the front of the jacket. nil
8ot0,t owlf t ewf Toodoro TSellio sa stte arde vI W Ouriet 4- &The nit mtg nUinine jt4. -d 2iise
oho to.atovraso r un4i byreuMl *u UL AUOMM NT ,O M .- , .The newest of feminine rvva:wroe
Ihb0:1. tn 1 yin^*diaalSt ^^ present a on fk B OY hean4 j naaw'u of Jun dSS fis ueer bright red nylon.
Sa Service be of the faculty of the on s si rdrobe eack
3ernt ~ n Balbo, wl present in ml Institute of Music in Pnam.rzone. Pu ttceng Ibolltm st maow au 8 mw SUaDr t ute i ttna d"' fo th t sli bompa Ms maybe yostr a ten ger wh
v du," iati temuf ro -o si cew Te girl smart' ui Iclotes.oufortheo dwcnon
a = ot series of tlvWea. eaut. A411 Bt'dPLe, Scout- wie er hb esn. by choosng a fnll ward-
d85Te nr o .oo aS toa 5 sould tend to wkeq ,keSM auuOr, &ioop i, zed m several The ultra i one. T. *e largehinestone buckle is roe you can aomer yoursa ellrd
Orb or9 ine Oos .m T. he y fnea-tra tY f'{canlaunderyours.elf.
o.., fao scouins onr' OM the slae ral .Gooani, new district They feature a tucked rot, seen on the delicately yone knowf rI a h d
S1a oIst l tthe emui. ,. Iranu caa m7an, r -orta heeled black pump fot dress-up wool flannel skirts, aorion and
06 TheW-o ehz:s,- M l Awere ancrujgpl Mlta vk as",iAother," Pck 10; Robert SW.twnei"e can be tosse rightdenwrwash-
in'riTe coma0bttee Coree ntbACtAoC5 to Boy. L 10, Mrs. GepevleveR F 5,'denl Yr wool Jersey blouses. Most of these
a dIg. concedh-t aMon bsompnh s R.- w coordin a zlo%1- o a, inmbda, P-r eart, Cm., lack 11 and den mth-The middy shirtress is the ig me E Bbes to ce
h--a d te'ath- Is based-on p.l, r lasest.ij Tomas a ,gyers and lRothwlJ *1, reuro uigel sana Pacr o15, era Mrs. J. Rowe and Mrs. Caro- latest to join the nautical look the tag of the garment first.
ka Lto.Isthmlan ISAv byad conc terit-re Bamuels Among the vltleA s2,. Xo9w; vmn usToop b, AulCAt, line tewart, Pck 11; Chalain trend in suits, coats and blouses. This 411 ouNcve
Se lp tech -yequited Ot e: s u, amooa and 'troolp Voght Sink.. an d commtee- It's versatile too when worn wib washable' eshe, ong
v" . e I."* bs tlon of- -paralso Boy AImuo, were lut per ont, An man Albert Mellon, Pack 15; or without a belt and scarf. them acrilan and viscose dresses
5S C th. most ell- The program wlltbeasfollows:ic Week" of the 1CSZ 02- tauve plan were act up tor a and C.M. and Mrs. Robert Ryan, with permnanently pIeated skirts.
*. ...-this^ rt 1. Concerto in D or gaa ra g course Pto M tela Pack 10. i bloused plaid over-jackets, and
SWa n "During the week so designte.u Uei 16 ana an explore tVurso 8aout leaders who met under pretty empire styles, in orlon and
n i Sl eja i, ve l,4 Atake2) The i and bealth an een ed The mot Importantthin tore
hr+ of the Na-L o+ sale; (3)-,Sh g of benefit setety tournament1 to we e 0 4 014 cent n aliv, Troo 10, M.member In caring for a ,hs
ion of Mo promptu Flat, Th Scout Executive has also an saty chairmanin.L1.e. Miu lle r, Chairm n. adTroopeasvthyil *Artea
Schubert, promised to Sapply and secur L#oehr aiso distriauteo tire pro- I& Explorer Leaders rilcipat- Po.V :rWyeSt wany heavilpsoh ttehsbefore
Ii La plus qu lente, Debusy permis lot for rn. l ser veIntion por to be posted ct. nluded Advisor m. TY washing, using th l k soansuds
San e from 'ta ims of Boy Scout activities i 2. The oir t of Honor i to beor, Post 4 Disblo, pper S o. J- and a soft, sudsy brush. When
SVida DBreve, D Falls short features theegular &*Mf beplt. 2 at Albrok Afl aph Orlando and Mate Joseph ________
(piano) show at the Pa Service C-Troop 1Quarters. The Lu Hearn. Ship 8; Skip r Charles
.rt S2 't) III. a) Caro Mo Ben, Giordano tet. Spfitl will bgam to e d Nov. 1 a Holmes and Mates ed aun- ...
S b) Vision ugitive from 6'"H6er'-p rC.so Tyom .o, ati nw .6o- ,dend Hey l hma na, nhip dHntef I Fshe ipt of
) Rondine a Nido, Crescensido lacent towte, to attract Those taking part in .se Cub Visitors included Mr. and Mrs i
S -. (voice and piano) Wd create keen participatiot Isession under the leadership ofWalter Hu ter Mrs. oral e lI
S -.. INTERMISSION these activities. Comnitasioner Th$_ I"nl deo iLandreth, Mrs. ancy GOillenwa- Siu k JtTolJ l
ShI V.. a) OMl. Viennese Refran, -- Charles Crosby, R. Pack 4;. er :.r. Elotae Saunders, Mrs.
L ...OKrelster IAt V receant.M moee of n hIobrt Dunne,..R. Pak 10, Mra Dai Mrs. C. R. Taht, Mr. and
b)Meditation, from"Thais, Execte Bo local Dne, Den Mother, Pack Arman Anthony atabar-
--edw Mafromet council several lansto encur* J Landreth, A.OM.. Pact 10, N ro and J D. McLain. president Pin-UP t lt an
Z) RooaeM Andakusa, Sara- age greater clpaon thO. Lewter, committeeman, Pack GOamboa Civic Council. .fh -o i atB fil
te orgaation. by horScouts fousewiS e fast ralefl
X lbIInly-IouE 4tisdi* (violin and piano) during.the n rt one r C hectkalt*, tiras of maloerame^
'b-iL- S. a ndoval ects proposed was a trip throughn wt e ,aI t
..4.ag ,(e. mmlot bI Malaguena, Lecuona s the Las cruc t rall II. .. / Ir ,,-.--bula r S-
N.M a..aWTi. hi t .a)d tufr "Un EBaIo In At the O.-regular Eound ble p* l m Tb
s-- n sWS a Maobera di'J ._meeting of-oterftWe- It's a
aas.. o i.gMb ZM, Zingara from ciic District held last evening at j
10 t ,Leoneavallo. were discussed for i n.ten r of
- A :f t h Cm p o rttt a c tiv itie s o FAetlS.e E
and their lau.- erahiji of C. R. Taht ,district
^^.^^_-*^B Of a odlil Invited to at- comssoner. who led Uthe group r KIASSEE1 ''.-
i dAd nW$1 foradullts. in a game period.
d,.,cents fog stut There is The op wa sIn chargeOof
nch e or m-ilitary prsmembersTofShp 10, wilthS-i MUSK MAKES Io HNIGH ..T of CHICKEN I
7**ii*w \^ nel. +per C. Holmes and Pa P- .
Dining, per se, can be 1i 1 lU ,
vr bler.b... but dining o Rc
o Rice Ring .
at theta what' you get at the
SALON BALB Chicken Fricassee dishes always
whenyospend an evening outhave been pppulgr with the folks at'
for business or social, reasons. th tb. Ne ay s -- \
Nothing like plenty of fine music, with the lady who had to do the
new and old,- for ust listening cooking. Time was when tedio .
or dancing, and hours of cooking the traditional Lits al wi h aF
"stewing henm" were involved. Now-
CLARENCE MARTIN days though, you needan'tgive that IN 7WfF/iA N/ I
AND HIS / RHYTHM KINGS a thought. Ham's. a pe, for in.
stane, that use chicken ab)ady


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The Juan Franco rac
lauded innovation of hon
h:aB;s with a feature nami
,o run the $600 Class "D" A
Opyer a distance of six and
i.A.& track management will al
S'iw-on Alfrfdo, 'ato net ime the
a ~ s most popular trainer, tU
- .once more 'in the limelight
' he was so accustomed to ir

LTI La ull 1 L LU Ben Favorite, popular senldr
tackle on the Cristobal High
--- School team was elected capta
Streak, fol g a highly by his teammates for the year
ce track, following a highly 1954. Ben should be well able to
oring deserving living per- assume the role of leader for the
ed for them, tomorrow will Tiger squad as he is the most ox-
ed for them, tomorrow will perienced player on the squad.
AUfredo Gonzalez Handicap Having lettered in his fresh-
i one-half furlongs. man year Ben is the first C.lj8.
I one-half furlongs, player that, barring accidenC.
the late twenties and throughout should letter four years In'a row.
the late. tenie and througIcft ram o erg , ^ '
eBack in those days, Don Alre on his six foot one nch frame
S Bado was popularly known as "Gua This makes him the biggest boy
i ton" because oft he heavy paunch on the squad.,. ,. ., ,
t .., i"allv he is nowo nly One of Ben's first official du-
a "shadow" of his former self. At ties will be to escort Miss Lydia
s -evr, ne is still af er Sogandares to her place of honor
vent turfite. Into the stands at Mt. Hope St-
l .... ...dium on Friday, Sept. 24, during
III health in recent years has the opening football Jamboree
forced Don Alfred9 Into virtual re- ceremonies. Lydia was chosen by
tireme t from active participation the entire C.H.S. student body
in any phase of the sport, although as their Jamboree Queen for
he is still an employee of the track. 1954
SDuring his many years oft rain- I So set aside Friday night, Sept.
ing and owning race horses, Don 24 fo ra trip to Mt Hope Sta-
Alfredo has compiled an envia- dium for a night of beauty and
ble record and has won almost all I entertainment, as all four teams
the big classic events. I present their queens and their
Among the horses trained by football teams to open the 1854
GonzaTez wrs the great Brujo. He season
alsp saddled' such good 'ones as _______....
Sinner's Dirge, Dui, Isabelline, ,
Latigo, Don aesar and Empress i' V lf I i .' [
Tomorrow's 'handicap boils
downt o a "match race" between By Herbert Moise
the Stud Los Siete's speedy Char- .
lier and up-and.coming Chispean-
lier and up-and-coming Chispean- COLON REJOICES OVER LO-
te, which will defend the colors ofP FEZ' JOINING MAJOR
the Mtid, 6aitelln1ar., ,LEAGUES
Bias lguirre will be aboard the LOCAL BOYS COMING WOME
Irish-tred flyer while F r e dd y AFTER CAMPAIGNING IN U.S.
Rose will guide the Argentine- JOHNNY PINTO VS BENNY
bred son of Selim Hassam. Piro. RICHARDS IN AMATEUR WEL-
po II, Lady Martha and Vedette TERWEIGHT FEATURE TO-
round out the five-horse field. NIGHT
Ten other interesting races are
included on a Saturday program After receiving the good news
that should produce a fult quota of that their Hector LQpez was
thrllb 'naB juicy dividends, purchased by the Philadelphia
Athletics, the whole city of Co-
S,., Ion was jubilant.
u r Lopez, In going to the Athlet-
JUian ranco lip) cs, has definitely put this coun-
.CON.ADO try alongside her bigger sister-
BTy C ADO republics. Panama is proud of a
native son.
1-Arlaval Sweet Windsor The news of Hector Lopez'
2-Mv Dear' Compo promotion has overshadowed the
I e of other local nlavera

06!& el Mar i11ucc 1 M zy
S4--Lord Baitr Sismo but many of our boys are com-
-Dpn GOWhite Fleet Ing home "heroes." All our Rob-
6-Amat ; Peaceful Dawp insons, Parrises, Lopezes, Pres-
7--. Of Soone Young Prince cotts, Charles brothers and Bai-
s S -El Regale bonzaga leys and many too numerous to
HERBERT I. ATES 9-Scythia Chingri enumerate here have performed
Sprten$t 10-Chispeante Charlier outstandingly stateside.
S-Pincel Wild_ -Justice Johnny Pinto and Benny Rich-
FU MUI yards; 147 each, will meet for the
S)fAK THE ROUNDS. second time this season. The last
N U R S E time these boys met, each knock-
NECincinnati (NEA) Brooks ed down hia opponent a bd staged
Lawrence and Harvey Haddix of a brilliant battle before Pinto fi-
srrits the Cardinals, Johnny Antonelli nally KO'ed Richards This bout
of the Giants and Robin Roberts will be the feature event on to-
JOAN LESLIE of the PbillUes hold decisions over night's card at the Colon Arena.
every other National League team Ot er bouts: Rodolfo Flores vs
R.- TUCKER this year, Se'-, Magan, 118, Jose Hurtado
vs Arturo Ment 126, Juan Scott
with ARIIWt FRANZ JEFF 1RAlsas ITS OWN vs Patrocinlo Alien, 126 and Car-
"DNNE *. ENCO R. los Ortiz vs Ricardo Zuniga, 135.
,DONNa.L,, BEN COP 1 Austin, Tex. (NEA) -The The first fight will begin at
-- t 63-man Texas football roster fails exactly 8:30 p.m. at the Colon
.. & I to list one out-of-state player. Arena.

(NEA Tol'ephoto)
RICHARDS RESIGNS Paul RIchards (right) congratulates
Marty Marion in Chieag0 after Marion was named as the new
manager of the Chicago White Box. The team management
announced that Richards resigned as manager to take over as
general manager of the 'Baltimore Orioles.

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Juan Franco Graded Entriet

P,P. Horse Jockey Wgt. COMMENT ODDS
list Race "I" Imported 8% Fps.Purset $3J.00 Pool closes 12:45
First Race of the Double

1-L. O Trouble Orte. 107x-Certainly is
2-Vlajero Q. Pres. 110 -Hopeless case
3-8. Windsor H. Ruis 104 -Rates good chance
4-Paragon J. Phillips 108 -Rettrns from layoff
5-.Ariaval L. Giral. 113 -Mutuels favorite
6-Ciprodal B. Agui. 112 -Dangerous contender
7-Matruh V.Rodri. 11 x-Chance despite rider
8-Nehuinco R. L. Oil 108 -Needs longer route


tnd Race "H" Imported % FPs.Purse: 400.0 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double

3-M Dear
6-Mr. Foot
8-B. Bridge

3rd Race "H",

2-0. Glass
3-J. Huincho
5-P. Canela
6-C. Valor II
7-Cosa Linda

G. San. 115 --Getting closer
L. Giral. 115 -Should fight it out
V. Casti. 113 -Longshot possibility
0. Chanis 108 -Nothing to indicate
E. Orte. 100x-Poor recent races
H. Ruiz 106 -Must go lower
V. Brown llOx-Rates good chance
F. Rose 108 -Could be the winner


Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
J. Gongo. 112 -Should be close up 4-1
F. San. 113x-Complete failure 10-1
E. Orte. 100x-Returns from layoff 5-1
G. Graell 118 -Usually fractious 8-1
B. Agul,112 -Forget last effort '. 2-1
F. Godoy 100x-Jockey handlraps 8-1
H. Ruil 110 -Dangerous in mud 3-1.

4th Race "" Imported 8% Fs.Pre: $V75.80 Pool loses: 2:M0

1-Joe's F.
4-True Blue
6-Lord Basur

M. Hurley 118 --Will pay price soon
J. Chuna 110 -Can't go any lower
H. Ruiz 108 -Last was nice effort
G. Pres. 110 -Usually close up
F. Godoy 115x-Needs better rider
E. Cana. 120 -Is long overdue
A. Verga. 107x-Nothing to recommend


5th Race "D" Native 1 MlePurse: $300.00 Pool loss: 2:55

1-Sherry Time B. Agul. 113 -Distance handicaps
2-Bagdad E. Orte. 100x-Prefers sprints also
3-Redondlta J. Phillips 110 -Could score at price
4-Don Goyo R. L. Gil 113 -Improving steadily
5-White Fleet F. Rose 110 -Distance to liking
6-Marilu J. Reyes 113 -No. 1 contender


8th Race "H" Imported 61 Fgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool cloe: 3:35
First Race of the Double

1-P. Dawn F. Rose 113 -Looked good last week
2-Delhia T. Dias 103x-Not with this rider
3-Sir Boss M. Hurley 113 -Nothing to indicate
4-Hurlecano R. Gomes 110 -Should be close up
5-Cormorant F. San. 1ilx-Seeks repeat vitotry .
6-A at H. Ruiz 106 -Contender this time
7-Albeit E. Orte. 101x-Showed improvement
8-(Gaucha J. Phillips 112 -The horse to beat
9--(Charming P. J. Gon. 110 -Could help stablemate


7th Race "G" Im td .Purse: $450.0 Pool losses 4:*0
fee4Baee of the Double

1-Discovery Y. Oodoy 115x-Not this time
2-Salustio V. Casti. 115 -Returns in fair shape
3-Pin Pon E. Orte. 115x-Nothing to indicate
4-8. Of Sione P F. Wes 115 -RacIng to top form
5-Young Prince Giral. 110 -Should nmorove now
6-Orisu E. Dario 116 -Rates outside eha e
7-C. Green J. Gongo. 115 -Returns witt ebance

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8th Race "G" Imported 7 Fs.Purne: $450.-0 Pel eloee: 4:40

1-Montmartre E. Orte.
2-8. Domino F. Godoy
3-El Regalo J. Gongo.
4-Cara de Gato T. Dies
5-Patriotica A. Enri.
6--Paris Midi G. San.
7-Tempestad 0. Chanis
8-Gonzaga F. Rose
9-Kellphrase B. Agul.

110x -In excellent shape
ll0x-Not in best form
115 -Last was revealing
101x--Chance, despite rider
115 -In new hands now
108s -Poor recent races
108 -Blazing early' seed
I1C -Poor effort last
112 -Berious effort here


9th Race "E" Imported 7 Fa.Purse: $550.00 Peel loses: 5:15

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S113 -Hard to beat now
L 118 -Back In winning form
S107x-Regaintng form slowly
v 118 -Ran well in last
S11X --Oald score "ain
L 112 -Dqngerous oem under


1th Race "D" Impmrted t. "AYt.ha Genzax IBnleaP"
POW-: 5jN .9eus: 5:40

B. An. 11 -Seeks 4th straight
H. Ruls 160 -Distance han
F. Rose 115 -Will fight It ot
F. San. Fx -Longshot poslblilty
B. Orte. 105x-Good early speed


11th Race 'T Imapurted 64 Fl.hwme: $375.00 Poel eI : oss
1-Jersey Anne J. Go S --Nothing recently 10-1
2--w. Justice I hury 11 -Rates beat on form 2-1
-UA ono V. 10 IOU--NOthtn to Indicate 15-1.
4-More FaIr w O ft. r-Ran well inat 3-4
S-P ed v. BmB-l-l-UaaaHy clome up 4.1
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Complete World Series Cut

NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (NEA) -
Each day, when It comes ime
tot ake the field for another game
wrapped in pennant possibilities
the New York Glants file out
the Polo Grounds turf. *
When they leave, it becomes
the signal for Eddie Logan, a thin
guy who usually wears a T-shirt
and some" old khaki pants, to walk
down to the Polo Grounds turf.
When they leave, It becomes
the signal fo4r Eddie Logan, a thin
guy who usually wears a T-shirt
and some old khaki pants, to walk
over to a window looking out on
the field 'and take up a nervous
Logan is the Giants' clubhouse
attendant, has been since 1921.
You'd expect him to be a rooter
with mote than a passing interest.
But a lobk at Logn '-during a
game, writhing when something
goes wrong, leaping from his
chair whe the Giants get a run,
shows youit means a lot more
than Just seeing his favorites win.
"Boy, you're n o t kidding,"
Logan said between Inni gs.
"Would you believe it? I got just
as much at stake-sitting heie in
the clubhouse -as they o in the
field. If we win the pennant, I
come away with a funl World
Series' share. And do you know
what it means for a guy like me?"
Logan Is not kidding, If the
Giants enter the Wrold Series
with the Indians-and It is the
"if" which is helping grow a
sturdy set of ulcers in his tom-
ach- the non-combatant well

OC.A. News"


C. Z. Personnel

This is a BELL product.
How Is it that so soon after
we receive a shipment of the
famous Bell portable electric
sewing machines they are sold
out! Well, there is such a tre-
mendous demand in the States
and in other countries for these
maUlinee that the manufactur-
ers can only send us .limited
quantities from time to time. We'
have a small stock at present,
but it is certain It will not last
long, so come soon to our store
to see the machine and to take
It home with you to try it out
for a few days before deciding to
buy it for cash or credit. It
costs only $8995. At Canal A-
gencles, 8. A., Cathedral Plaza
(round the corner from FMlix
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threatens to hit anall-me high. te same spot as ds
Something well above $000. f an whowhou h "a Uffsli thtand
Thr would be a more than wel will get a full cut heroot
come add to the modest salteam home.
ary he earn by pla y nurse- Only Eddle t doesn't it
maid to the playing an oc around and cheer. Wht n a din' t
room equlpmeat of 25 players, hurler la knocked out of the box
lit tbe, he miles, just he turns and walks off the
like getting into th e Wrold Se- andInto the eb
r es n H has Logan to sace.
So, when the game is bei i If h you doing," Logan
played, youth ake a good look a |rass at e mou, "mess.ng around
Logan. Here is a guy who can'rt-t 'W .Serites money?"und
hit, throw, field or run, yet his fAierthe game, Eddie goo$
interest is- eqUalto that of a Sal .aLbout his IbsineSs-cleanlng base-
Maglie or Jonny Antonell balla hoes, -ckin pt owel-do.
At times, during a tough game, .. the pal-ooAkingjos
ALogan wished he could do tho se t ve p him a living. ob
l ol I- But all the time, he s just as
ihr f I could only get out worried as the next.
thre with a bat... I'd hit t h e When Eddie Lgan ays, "We
thing a mile and halff" he go ttawin tomorrow y, t
thing a n Mile and a hil," he means just as much ae were
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9:20 Nelly Hunphrey
SFranc s Twomey.
9:10 Margaret Dalton
&t Waring.
8:30 Mae Askew
Marion T Inor.
8:40 Orace Delnger
Alyce French.
8:50 Jane Huldquast
Peggy Johnson.
9:00 Buena Prado
Irene Robinson.
9:10 Dorothy LaCroix
Beverly DillUer
Edith Mathleson.
9:20 NelvaSp na
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OOLONIAL INMSURANCE AND Ing one game and pinfall while
LOCAL US SWING OUT IN Btmpel took one game. The 11-
MJ BOWLING IKAGU al me, giving each team -
point, wm, tied at 902. Ted
These Clona uraneb. auln- Schmidt was high for IIpei
t ,od the 5 Team Cham- with W, followed by AJer
plans Leeal W11. eseW. with 842. while Presho and. ol-
four-point wins Tes n were high for Mutual with
of the 1964-615 Major owlng Game scores were Ps follows:

Stip.yer . 1 1 181 552
The opening eeraonies be rt. . 18 17 156 494
gan with the presentation of the Colbert . 102 194 173 560
American Bowling Oon s A- Meanson. 185 06 200 500
;ward to Ted Mlanon of Colon- ---------
lsl is for having "cored I 18. O T912 7 97
the highest individual series of .. Le Tourneau-WetsMngous ..

tLeague theasn made a few Pana- ur9 14 8 63 7 1 41
l em eo, alter which the .L eC .
ta ters. . 3 16 14 .437
e.Sa Of we local asso- J ki 30 2H 7

tioC, aaa Laler.r . M 0 *.t'

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LAgue then deafe *1 21 387 1018

Igs11 aOter ="th .ta' L. ."m 1m4io.
S~ U tam m1e . 204 0t 46

Tha y sam s* .1 .2 @1 7.

1a" 1, 511
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a lub to up five flas in a i o
If gny tuld get a price o
this occurring again, the odi
would be even greater that I
wouldn't live to see t happen.
will be remembered by the publ
as the man who guided Ue Ysa
k t the five pennants am
world championships, the msste
straegat who in sustained su
ess outdid Connie Maee, John
McGraw and Joe McCarthy.
Baseball mn give Casey Stem
gel even more credit, for the
know 01' Case donated baseba
while rebuilding, making the fei
all the more extraordiry.
All you have to do is check th
WorK .Series rosters, Of the 1K
Yankees, the last toe .win beta
Stengel, only Yogi Berra, AMi
Reynolds ad Phil M uato were
the = -which finally fWll flat o
Its a the Cleveland lak
front before the largest erowd i
the history of the gaI Anda
the three old standbys, Berra
lone Is expected to be bak fe
spring. Others have worn out 4
IoW that step or fast oe..
So Sten must contsur r
building, ciWh main that tt
Yankees' rivals had best look o0
for five more years, or, ea t(o 0
Perosser woud pt it, moi
years, Maybe. You am quit
m wge*in? tat e ou w x b
"haveo be cut off t*old out0ekl

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New Tor 201 00 10x-60 3
( Sah (19-12), Johnson,' ubul
and acmea&l. Ooma- (18-9)
and W

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New YT* 013 O x-1 1
Surdette (la-t2,Joiy Kolo,
Crone and ad. lso
Wilhelm (13-4) and Westrum,

ChInclnatU 022 0M2 10. 13 2
Brooklyn 201 000 000-3 10 2
Nuxhall (11-4) and Seminick.
raekine (17-14), Lablne, Darnell,
Meyer, La8orda and Campanella.
Only games scheduled.

Step By Step
Player ab r h a a
Slruton, cf 4 0 .0 5 0
Dittmer, 2b 5 0 1 2 3
m, MathewC,3b 4 0 2 0 2
5 1l8i 4 14 0
*Fin.H: 4 "-s 1 0
n, b 2 0 2 2
el h, Ib 4 0 1 12 1
r ipahn,p 2 0 0 0 1
JOns.p o 0 o 0 1
ll-Whlte 1 0 0 0 0
SBuhl, p 0 0 0 2

M Totl s 3 24 14
od Lockman, Ib 5 2 2 7 1
or Dark o 2 0 0 1 3
Hofman, 3b 2 1 1 2 0
b-Oardner. 3b 0 1 0 0 0
Thompson, 3b 0 0 0 0 0
1 May 12 1 6 0
3 0 2-4 0
ueler, rf 3 0 1 0 0
at WIniM, 2b 4 0 1 2 1
Weatrum. e 4 0 1 4 0
e Oome, p 4 0 0 1 .2
"Totals 16 27 7
a-Gmrounded out for Johnson In
ib-Ran for BomInn i 7th.
c-Magled for Bu In 9th.




Milwaukee a 0 o 82.-I
New York 3I1 MI 18x,-8
Errors Dark. Crandall, Go-
mes, Gardner. RBIX Ivin 4,
Notman, Mueller (Cran l acor-
ed m tn erro by Garn 8 In th),
Liaw double Irvt. SBacrifice
Da 2. sarifle fly Sod-

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New York 30 000 0064 9 1
DeORt, 100 010 000-2 8 61
Orim (19-6) and Beira. i Zu-
verink (8-12) and Wilon.
Only games scheduled.

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WI. OVl SymcIse

NEW YQK, Sep.t 1 (UP) -
The cB Usopto Maple
Leafs, ohu on the Syracuse
Chief In their Internional
League sem-final playoff ser1Gu,
seek to grab a stranglehold to-
nitht when they send Connie
Johnson (17-8) against the
Chiefs' Jack Meyer (W5-11).
Mea whUle, the Montreal Roy-
al. ald the Rochester Red
Wings, tied one-all In their best-
of-seven seml-finals series, both
.will be trying for a game lead in
their contest at Rochester. Thi
Red Win are slated to start
either Lawrence Jackson (12-6)
or Gary Blaylock (10-12) against
the Ro'l's Glenn ickkens (4-2Y
or Joem lack (131i0),.
In the only game played last
nitht. the Leafs, behind the five
hit pitching of Eddie Blake (15-
9) and the booming .at of Ed
Stevehm, cruised to an easy 8-0;
victory. Blake, whose only serious
threat arose in the ninth, held
the Chiefs' bats In check with
ease, while Bteyens, the lague'i
leading RBI man with 11N
smacked a homer and batted In
two runs.
Toronto pounded out 10 hits
in all against an array of four
Syracuse hurlers with Jimmy
Owens, the starter,' taking the
The Leafs scored three "gift
runs In the opening inning i
three tlhs and-two Syracusee-
rors and then added another
cluster of three In the third on
three more hits and three bases
on balls. Steveift wound up the
sorinit In the fourth when le
propelled his homer with a mate

third i
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Tully and Ed Zinker. toe
and fourth Syracuse pitch-
urled no-hit ball from the
nning on, but their efforts

I YORK. Sep.t 17 (UP) -.
I en 375 Official at BatS)
and Club At R 8 Pt
. Bily. atS 118 1962 IU
N. T. 833 114 13 ..113
r,N.Y. 183 8s 194'J 3
St. L 5 U 118 IM RS
ddi, Clu. 58 14M IN .3M
and ClABZ R 8 PH,3
CL 53 184 178 JIW
Cb. 3m 114 175 J.33
N.Y. 4s Of 131 .088
N. 8. 8 le 19 .1J7
N. MT 84 17) 4 l

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Yam*eet lam. Cpl etaeb s bRoble a 9wtf
atly ree I t and Bt. William two of .
Air wi t m neut m-thu a w .eilode h en t m .

rlaerout Id lu4y sestCwOy ev eir aes was ass a
th twic-i~~t(DTd first pro ndram lwe. r,

1 t fhz) Oi Pyt Ramon Parrill Itdrres ad t
beeMd to ISMrn j n i

he Jaim i st art for sll 1 s- ILtb d et.t .evd e it " : ^ 1
of ain pt 11wtV.".t- _ctvfre In tb RO .Te T ,1r even i

a .& m...i.e. On 0 in in flwwirlsitro uendms

alto by tonlafts a t 9M
with thle lMal attrtlof
Phlflee-Omata gameat the
tebl Grounds as a TV-4I
And it y-
flbt at Washme gto
wuas favored at I- tdy to
beat 3 o-.yeaMd r bo aeb
gain. I S w 3- th
out, although tlI ad

firt time. The two psut|u-
men" had not anf eted*tme
odds, esnee both fighters wre
heavywelghft amd bow were

Pennant RaPes

At A Glance
NEW YORK. 80L 17' (UP) -
ITeau W L Pit. B GL
Cleveland 0S 41 .7Tt 9
New-York 97 4a .6lW a 9
Games Remaining:
17 I-is, at Detroit
20-21-22, Chicago
24-26-26, Detroit.
17-1I-i9, at Philadelphia
20-21-22. Washington
24-25-26, Philadelphia.
Teams W L Pet. GB GL
New York 92a .a4 t
rooekl yn U 31- .M 4%
Milwadke M U N t.l .7H 10
17-18-19, Philadelphia
20-21-22, at Brooklyn
24-25-66, at Philadelphia.
19-1 at Pittsburgh
20-21-22, New York
24-25-286. Pittsburgh

17A11-19. at St. Lquls
0 (2 21-322 Cincinnati

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Raining over.lfgt Abdon
in 2 minute, 41 _14 2nd jound Intnebet3Mwetght
division Pvr J 9li rea-Tor-
res,A CO awardrd the bout
on default o Maon M -
Featherweight Cl ,teiban
Melendes-Robles, t A bl e-
oned Pvt Sylverter ridley B
A into the ropes and down h 32
seconds of the fst oud. Brad-
I t got up t tthe g otf of nine
more swqn ^.a p ,tt1n. don
to stay. t1 Ne0s.llAd l *aps-
ed when he was 0 ..out.o
In the first ro.nd the h32n-
ior welterweilht mntest Pfc
Roland Pelndteter. Servi Btry
used some excellent counter
punches openlns B for a-
e V A Lum o n-. Ae
broke up te',t _B %w ef w.1
timely clinches. In .te mtat

the welterweight title with a
Smolit deltion over Pvt Canut0
Marrujo, Btry C. wenhy went af
er Marrulo U s on
bicycle and W1*4 7WOO
one. xope to that
landed st e at h soere
ePf Leahy afLeahy U \T were
thid cane froma
Next event of t Aheeveni a

having been thro n tothe
seVeral times.In ucceson.
Sa unanimos decision wth
'windmill pupss over fao Get-
middlewlht chmd A n. H e

toe to toe through 1i
rounds but neither landed a
punch that could knock the
other down. Santiago won the
middleweight bout with a split



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