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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: AA00010883:00512
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a tt bright new future, thirteen Army and Air Force servicemen serving in
aI Mera e r rit hand to take the solemn oath of United States Citizenship at
ama held hrer the office of Lt. Gen. William K. Harrlqon, commander In chief, Car-
geh e.ceme,2who were to first such military group to receive the oath In the
re natives of 41 countries throughout the world. They qualified for United States Citi-
der a inducted i opera on with the Caribbean Command by the U. S.
,t G'5 t f0Me f =District thCanal Zoene Rowland K. Hazard. Hazard Iansniter-
ato the aew 8. citsens, both Hazard and Harrison lmphMixed
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Gato Solo


For Rabies

It will take about two weeks
to determine whether .a gate
~dlo which ran out of _Ub bushes
Behind Gorgas Hospital ysute-
,day and attacked two people
'before It was stopped by a po-
Iloa bullet has ran1e.
Officially known as a atU-
.mundl, the usually timid animal
first ran out near etUon v
-yerterday at :30 a.m. 'and bit
Dr. 0. SBtewart on the riht
foot. Another person, Claria
Irwin from Panama, wag bitten
an the right ankle a abort time
SPoliceman Freedland Hollo-
whll, who was detailed to cap-
ture the gato solo alive, stopped
'the animal with a shot lt
hind leg when It turned
Dr. Stewart, who was bitten
on the right foot was prevent-
ed from getting a punture
wound because of his shoe. The
woman who was also attacked
was treated at the Gorgas out-
patient clinic and discharged.
She was seeking employment In
Ahe Canal Zone when she was
bitten on the right ankle.
Hollowell, who captured the
*almal about an hour after the
repot of his battles, was
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Investigatioli ,

De Icci Mura

Both sides of the Canal Zone 010 disp tltoday loo-
Id forWard onfldentl, to an on-the-spot ,iniv*1athi b ,
ing conducted by Geooge do Nucol, special oeentativ
)f CIO president Walter Reuther, who Is already on the
Isthmus; and Milton Murray, secretary.trb esor of 4
Government and Civic Employes OrganizingI Commlte ,
who arrives tonight.
Spokesman for he newly chartered a.gnd *erv!o|,
union, CIO Local 907, Jos6 Castillo, tempoery presideP
said today, "We Weloome the investigation4",1' e add44*
"We knew we are-rigt, so we are happy to see men -
probing the situation."
It was Murray who chartered Local 907 this mond.f
Murray had visited the Isthmus a uhprt time previously t
investigate certain aspects of Local. 900'e nno. A&.
cording to a L.w aD900 statement at that m1, Murr4.
founialft4 order.
h L mSp Edward 0Gakin sa i today
hie urnon' records would be op to do Nuaeos and M .
ray, iAo would have free aooess to any audift they W aL
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Ike Utees Iron' Curtain Children,

Adults To Join In Peace Prayers

21 (UP) -
er Issued a

ftl dl-
r executive
of prayer

takes off on a long aerial tour prefaced by a formal White
of the Pacific Coast. House announcement that he
"In common with religious "Invites the people of. Iron Cur-
people everywhereI", .ha Pres- tain countries to Jdin Americans
dent said, "We in A rica know in prayer for peace on Sept. 23.7.
th the 6rue cure for the td "On Sept. 22, we are... observ-
ions that threaten and too oft- ing, with an act. of faith, a na-
en produce war lies not in guns tonal day of prayer," the Pres-
or b s but n'the spirits sad Ident said.
minds of- en. We ae firm It "Throughout (this country),
the belief that faith Is the whatever our ancestry, whatever
mightiest force that man has at our religious affiliations, we
his command." shall offer simultaneously to the
Starting at 7 ajn. (EDT) to- Almighty our personal prayers
day, the President's prayer mes- for the devotion, wisdom and
sage was broadcast throughout stamina to work increasingly for
the world through the radio a- just and lasting peace for all
cities of the Voice of Amera mnkind."
and the United States Informa- The president continued:
tlion Service. "I most earnestly hope that
The White House said the men and women, boys and girls
worldwide broadcast was made all over the world, will oian us
"in the hope that as many peo- on that day in that act of faith.
ple as possible n the Iron Cur- May the millions of people shut
tain countries can hear. t away from contact and com-
memsae and a by the Pres- union with peoples of the free
Ident of'the United States." world Join their prayers with
The President's statement Was ours."
Canal Zone Sves
Canal Zone Services

r Apple. row inFA- carpe on Lowr Air,
Force Base shortly before he

To Squelch

's UN Bid

named on the speakers' list and
he hk no be ready to make his
until Thday.
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athmo "e
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Nr the Mao Te-tung ks
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Redeemer Lutheran Church,
Balboa, p.mn.
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon-
Servicea every hour on the hour,
benn with Holy Communion
at 6 a.m. and ending with Eve-
ning prayer and sermon at 1:30
p.m. Rev. Cyril Bet, chief of
chaplas of the 15th Naval Dis-
triWek Blboa, xil be guet
or at the ;36 p.m. derv-
Cristobal Union Church -
Special prayer service at 10 a.m.
conducted by Rov. William Arm-

on m s&m. Reveille
Qarry Heights Theater-11:;-
SPirotatant-- Noon, Catholic.

Costa Rica's
Ulote Is Visitor

Ft. Gulick Theater 11:30,
Protestant 11:40 Catholie.
Ft. Davis Chapel Noon -
Catholic 7 pm. Protestant.
Ft. Clayton Mesa Noon -
Protestant and catholic.
Ft. Amador baseball field -
12:30, Protestant 12:45 Catho-
lic 1 p.m. Jewisah.
Ft. Kobbe Lfellner Field -
3:30 Protestant 4 p.m. Catho-
15th Naval District 11:30-
General service.
Naval Station, Rodman 1
p.m. General service. 4 pn.-
Mass for peace.
Coco Solo Chapel Noon,
MaN for peace. 7 p.m. Protest-
ant service.

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A4nduy Race
21 (UP) Atomic Energy Co,-
mislsioner 'Thomas E. Murray
warned today that Russia mny
win the crucial "Industrial pow
er race" If the United Stl
doesn't apply the spurs to uM
laggng atomic power program.
"Our fatilre to o ahead on
bro, vi rous program "
a "... ould ia nto tle
hand of the ov nt
He warned that neither "budg-
etory conaderations" nor a
!sh e of scientists should
"cause us to drag our feet i th
most Important nuclear ow
" "No one familiar with orl
technology has any doubt that
today the Soviets are capable of
mee n the atomic electriox r
er ehlene," Murray dere
"~Xf the .8... should w
the Industrial power race, th
price tag for nuclear power MW
actors will be high. So high
deed that the purchaser will
rced to relinquish h bis
rights and civil rtles In
change for nuclear electric pow-
"This must not happen. What
a tea it would be U world
Ieadastip in this field fil by
default into Soviet hands.

Mea-nwhile, conflicting.

as to attendance at a SIOCW 90
meet held t night e re-
clved. ere
day t the Paci Cluouse
where the new union held a
meeting .
De -ucl's presence o *the

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pudsed the Jw to 106 de-
vi fisidhg other Tex-
syiis ews,. .s
mmre, For = ,.$..Ad Tul-
sain Okliamwa

Night Class. Registration

Scheduled For Thursday
0 -
vdstza.on of students whole Business and commercial
t erll in the aight clas-lowurms to be offered lnoles

iMitive theatIere wereony a a
make of members at e meethi
*l ac- the new union.
H e said he ktew this be
uld stewards' counna meet
Lla, Local BOO was heM at the
# been pa yesterday, and he w
Sims Me to see how many att
the Local 907 gdttng
2?oW Murray is e= Wem 6to. i

Tomorrow night members ,
te armed serM ehaper.
Local 900 will at a
fie Clubhouse.

MoIer In Cuu*y
k~hI fla m ca .

he conductedtdo
March 17, 18, 3.lW .. .

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-- ______ IBM. :oo By VICTOR RIESEL
THI1 1 TOUR OIRUM YTN. AI S. 4COLUMN Leaders of the union man Woti
,,saTU ,,-H, 4110 0. ,build the push.button Instrumeunt
k for war and peace have developed
*as push button techniques for a
S T coast to coast unionizing cam.
CTHE MAIL 8-0X paign in the brand new civilba. a-
tomic power filed as well as the
S-- *-- --- fabulously expanding and almost
S The Med he is oem e.e e ra sedm el T hem .Auep. magical electrical and electronic

* Mlehst 1b es hs held in esriso es seafMees. now being developed by the Navy
.- B ox n isaer *s ,e ipem y t iMie* e Or on gadgets for sky platforms-.
sp ggs m M Iee ben smeses. ask General Electric. Or on mis-
ed ll o siles which can be shot into the
Itsoeson beDv .. ... air where they will be susnded for
OTARY OFFERS CONTEST until eleased in which by men sron trig
Pwoger" to bombard distant cities. c h
*a Mr. Max Donoso The union I write of is the APIt
Le edea to e .,., .,, ~to musI Internationl Brotherhood of elec.
S National 4-8 Leader torcal Workers, wh e h seldom N y.
I; flms ,i Iran md breaks into the new-althric ough ts on
Panama. Rep. of Panama members w i re everything from
Ssil beach bungalow to skyshrot ers to he
S DOear Mr. Donoso: tth UN building, and do such wispende-
AR Y a eh CO S untl relearIed tasks a putting together

Mr.Many ofThe unon I re wre tht 48 Club o o b the ofNutlus and
a good beginning In helping whonternation alB recordings for diskec.

Sco th e f armers and home-makers of tomorrow. The r ta Workers, w h seldom
and future 4- members ar the ones who will make p ble th n nws- h
development of the agricultural and human resources that con- This 63-year-old union of 625,000
itute the future of Panama. members who daly handle the na- om
beach bungalows to skyserapwrs to
consIear Mr. Donoso: the UN beaiding, and do such wido-

are eager to learn are our greatest asset nickelodeon ficubker. The new auti and
In vthew of this and n recognitme-m on of the power of motiva- cers are J. Scott Mlne president,
don which can be exerted by the wise wh e of awards in rural e and Joe Keenan, secretary.
youth programs, the Panama Rotary Club would be l d.to They and their coeae made
have the privilege of sdevelponsoring a 4-8 contest n both leadership news at their national leaders- fferention
d achnscientious young citizens. These earnest boy andin hicago the otho led t he union
licly refusing to increase the mem*
By ponsorin such contests, we hope to supplement the ber dues to set up a mis frllion
tivatig influences in our rural youth toward otainin the g nickels dollar strike fund which would pa |
upd objectives of the 4-8 program. of the power strikers 75 percent of lost wager idnt,
The two contests should be designed to select the first ldcoe This was rejected on the graonde
4-8 boy and girl n f lee of adership an a-chievemenest on o tearsp newsat their national convge the ion

baris. This would mean that two 4-8 members would be selected number of strikes." The union l 1is
In each of the two contests or a total of four 4-8 members select- declared itself for private industry
""'Wfor national recognition. ... .., development of atomic energy.
But behind the ecenes they pre-
"-"" Re iti the valuable contribution wht' h voluntay local pared to make even bigger news WASHINGTON-(NEA) Nor. ed, "but I'm too much of a lady
leaders maketo the 4-8 program of Panama, we suggest that with their latest organizing strat- man P. Mason, commissioner of to use them."
the outstanding man and woman local leader be selected to at- egem for the future. One of the na. the Federal Housing Administra-
tend this program withthe national 4-8 winner., tional headquarters' first moves tion, recently got a letter address. The possibility that cancer of
v d will be to send its representatives ed to "The Housing Authority, the throat might be an occupa-
For these four national 4-8 winners and tw6 local leaders, through a kind of "reprocessing Washington, D. C." It was post- tional disease of politicians was
the-Pana tary Club would plan a special rogram of public school" in Washington. Organizers marked from a rural route of a seriously considered in a recent
recognitoa their 4-8 ocompllshments, means that a will be drilled in college-prepared small Louisiana town. It was writ. Washington conference of cancer
total of satt sons would be honored, pr ams to train them for ac- ten in shaky handwriting and, experts from all over the country.
tivity in this atomic age. Every "How it ever happened to end up Dr. H. Russell Fisher, an out-
We will leave the details of the eligibilll il rules and technique of modern teaching will on my desk, 'll never know," standing throat cancer specialist
regulation ot the contest up to the office e Extension be applied-and no one will be Commissioner Ma s o n declares, from University of Southprs Call-
Service and Its advisors. However, we feel t .Chairman of excused. This is what the letter said: fornia, revealed that he is looking
the Nationalr4 ittM along with n of the "Sir: Into the problem specifically. He
Rural-Urban Committee or the Panama ub should Then these men will be used in "I've been reading about win- Is also trying to find whether oth-
jointly approvq,the contest with the natilolp 0 r. a new type of "blitz" unionizing falls in the paper. I would like to er professions that call for a lot
which will utilize modern tech- build about a $10,000 house and of talk -like teaching or sell
We that this Oecognition shortly t niques, including the radio-tele- get about a $2500 windfall. Please ing-may show a heavy Incidence
l etals 44 ser toh pmednUare send me Instructions how to. of
f ob e o m l ite dt .a s IebI th is "
ed in the h earth agency, so thA might a atplantates. The letter was signed and a re-
have ample tt to make the proper selectionof a boy and For example, special maps of turn address was given. But be- able soon; bare es
glrl-ontestantft" each of the two national contests. the U.S. and Canada will be pre- low this the man who wrote the workers are susceptible to this af-
pared to show where the elec- letter added this postscript: fliction.
Very trulyyours, trical and atomic industries are -
-l located. When a non-union plant is "Never mind building the house. James L. Murphy, chairman ot
i ~I lub spotted and pin-pointed, a special Just send me the $2500 windfall." the National Citizepns for Elsen-
headquarters staff will be created. Undersecretary of Labor Arthur hower Congressional Committee,
--- Manpower for.this division will be Larson who has taken over the admits privately that one of his
drawn from the best men in the heavy speech-making assignment major headaches comes from try-
TRUCKING SUOGESTION national and regional offices. No schedule for his department, told ing to furnish election campaign
organizing drive for the thousands a Pulaski, Va., audience about the material to candidates from in-
Dear Sir: new workers in this industry will last time he was in their city, dustrial cities like Detroit, which
fall automatically to a local vice- several years ago. still have serious unemployment
I would like to offer a suggestion, Instead pof a gripe, about president Just because he's been He was looking for an inexpen- problems.
the alleged AILation of the Panama C4anl Compan d Canal there longer than the local volun- sive place to stay. He saw a A principal argument which
Zone competing with the l al malet. l believe a teer fire department. "Room for Rent" sign in a window GOP campaign workers are using
suggei order because perhaps the Panma Canal Com- and, thinking it beat to pose as a to persuade voters they should re-
pany ig not aware of the savings that could be made gad at the These special organizers w il I Democrat in that part of the coun- turn a Republican-controlled Con-
same time avtid the embarrassment of being consideredd unfair then be briefed on every conceiv- try, he went over and inquired of gress to Washington is the solid
competitors. able problem of the plant and the the landlady: "You wouldn't by state of prosperity in the country.
According to the local Dress, the Government sl planning on community. They will study the any chance have any special This is based on the sound politi.
movin.qulte .a number of residents from one Canal Zone town labor contracts in surrounding ter- terms for Democrats, would you?" cal doctrine that if people are bet-.
site to another. lThe local practice is to utillae Government ritories. They will o into the rell- "I certainly have." she answer- ter off nowt han they were last
-, aa1iaportaton. W 1utldn't it be more practical and fair to this nous and regional traits and be-
small Republic to request sealed bids for this type of project nefg of the area. Perhaps the plant
i theAaltruckingindustrysmanned by Mennonites or -_ Mor-._
PanM S s W all .know possesses a fine and modern. uk- mons. Perhapsts work force Is in Labor Leaders A nd
Ing fleet. Oft t6 mention the ayly-colored b~asIto). This would an area where Socialist.- or "Wob. I
d bliss once were strong. In those
be onAid a shtin the arm for h( local taking industry cases special appeals will be ma e
and the of of the p Then as the organization dre By Bruce Biossat
Normally, the Panama Canal Company requires rigid p- Is about to be launchedone union
elflcatlons before a contract la let. It would seem that these re officer will be ass ed to contact
quirements could be e sily met since the majority of trucks are busineorganizatons and th n -
Sof U. mlufacture, inst annually by the Canal Zone au- newspapers. e will say in effect, For some years it has been apparent that the nomic slump act
toritles anS are similar to those that the Panama Canal Coin- "Come and look us over. Here is a CIO high command believes Its fortunes are personal income
pany currently hau in operation. ictureof our national hea.dquar- firm ly bound up with the Democratic Party. C month neriod I
*ten. Here is the record of our leaders have dropped all pretense of impartial thereha ben a
+' ______- *ust Wondering part pation in community drives, political judgment. "No one wo'uld,
_I ----------_____, We have not had a strike in our As the heavy tall campaigning starts, top of- surge woul;
.. |, Atnewr to Previous P le construction divisions-the 'strke- fclals of the rival AFL organization seem ready busaieo drop- b
I SiblCo liuUtZ m l l .less industry--for 34 yeaih." to loin the C1O In the Democratic fold. If this for jobjess ben,
At this point a communication attitude holds, it will put the two major labor fewer JlBh aste-
.. ;- r","-- u m . .. -m. n m trailer will be moved into the area federations in the "automatic" category political- "ts th. w^st I
ACROSS COan who S -to be connectedby radio tele- ly. The.deliberate
1Noh's sctter hay phone acroe country with all the l George Meany, president of the AFL, disclos- unn vent by i
J Io h Concede union's headquarters. Automobiles ed his organization's thinking on the matter itclneare htey t
L" -O IAir o, Organizerswll w h ave radio te e- when he s aid rec-ntly ta th presen. .e.a ho as t-
lM lsraw I o (ab ) stant communic action with, and osophy of private management which holds that st order
WiShSr S 10 Eat for Ionstant chec by, national .profits come before people and that the scales fromse busne
*IBBse i fand regional headquarters. o economic justice can be balanced only after ranw the busnfavor
I __ m8 u .__ ll AIS hThere is also a plan to use t theb e ," lancd,-, .anwer unfavora
A, _'wu fl r gMrdSo home E rado telephone at plant gat e meet he budgets no cd.e,-Prs'n This Is really
l- 1 P--.e va"s SI. a queatiS. Is asked which . do^eno, ofcourse, reflect President sharply lowers
"W 21" Emphasis 0 CI0uic 4 l h ie r ~ II jon speaker cant an- .i.enhower' eps sedphilosoph of-govern- and dames th
RaaIS U tSfl 31 SOW swer, one of his aides will radio- mont... T-he President cecribes hielt as a tie economic pI
'*' .dH MeTSot(011.) 35 Rus"ji--"- Itesyer I tele bone headquarters, put the liberal wher e human welfare is at stake and a -Frthermore. .
t --y- .re of o t.e. ph de ad... matters f oy ranageen aony et o
314 Over 38r i aidr research division or a far off union what Conzgres did under the first GOP regime utical party.
ySi3alf (prefix) While af"Looktotbe officiaL ,in 2oyean. A good deal of social legislation was they cha in
_*l 'lgu/a 41 Pmtlhr -- .thou Twre are more details, but you P ed. though not enough to satisfy Mr. Eisen- aeems n
S S T B3letle 42 gi s.. lug rd have the general idea of this un. shower, fare can be masi
RFirtiktnl of 43 IMlaB 83 (co&,. ion's ans for the atomic era. Meany's distortions fit neatly with hi and Darty.

Isrml 44 toea 5 it taste Preident Mmilne believes that, al- other leaders' arles of "depresadon," the battle Luckily for th
low l S-though "We are only on the border hymn they hope will bring them back to greater shown far great
of the atomic age.. .the effect of power, action than the
Sthe atom ia industry, defense and Reports indicate that the much-talked-of eco- chadcesare that
medicine I a going concern. ...
Athe ieetriel industry the bright-
b future of all.

Taking The Fun
Out Of Keyhole
Hunting At Night


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election they will vote to keep
th existing Administratuln in of-
But for people out of a Job, oth.
er arguments have to be used and
that's what the Murphy commit-
tee is trying to work out.
U. S. Information Agency has
been widely showing abroad a doc-.
umentary film entitled "T h e
Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy."
It was produced to explain Presi-
dent Eisenhower's new plan for a
world pool of atomic energy to'
help areas th cute electric pow-
er shaores Ao. th film puts

snow0 or tnils f by a Iobile
unit. ont a all town
I1. g mt ao h
uae Was mu interested inte
Picture. They applauded the, pae
e* e resdnt Esenhower ex-
.iaid bis plan to the UN Goner-
All this irritated a local" Co t-
mqnist leader So much that he
left the crowd and climbed into
his little Italian car to drive away
in disgust, 'Before he departed he
decided to break up the show. De.
liberaely he rammed his car into
e heavy screen box used by the
mobile unit. The box was strong I
and stood firm, but the frail bump-
er on the ear crumpled. And the
crowd howled in derision.

la e or this fO
toltt ben carebflly ed ad
oM Anels tomorrow si
.mua with the A. F. of L
The Congresmen who ar stag
ing the hearings figure that aoaw
the time to embarrass labr an
scare lbor's political contfbutio
away rop the Democrats. it may
Spolfe r ureto create
SImpiSi thait poiital con
IUO.s are coming out of rel-
.W M .right ,io wrong,.three
probeof labor wet" re fua l and
alleged labor racketeering are be-
ing held this month; They are:
1. The Rouse Labor Committee's
probe of welfare funds opening in
Los Angeles. The committee,
which is one of the most reaction
ary In Congrthas ha d invest.
gators In Ls A eles fto same
lme trying to dlgup dirt in ad-
vance, has been working-pecial-
ly hard against Teasters.
2. The Senate Labor Commit-
tee's probe of welfare funds. This
is a more careful and less head-
lined probe under Senator Ives af
New York, who, now that hesm
been nominated for governor, will
have lee littl tioe t devote t h t
3. A welfare-fund probe by New
York State which has already been
making headlines.
It seems much more than a co-
incidence that these three invest.
nations of labor should be sched-
Wed for exactly the same time
right In the middle of an election
N.OT" labor leaders, in.
eluding rge Meany, Walter
Reuther, Dave Beck an welcome
Investigations of wlfre funds f
they are conducted on fal, non.
political basis.
The Prsident now looks better
than he has In a .long tie. He's
beginning to feel he's -mastered
the difficult job of politics-espe-
eially getting along with Congress
. Reports of political unrest
don't disturb him nearly as much
as they do his advisers ... He's
watching his public relationsnuch
more carefully thi summer.
wants to avld the impressom that
he's spending all hir time at golf
and trout VP Nixon hasn't
seemed b to let back complete-
I into White o se o .
L go trips tac t a x

workers. --
Waie the w or
uea,. it "re
amaid as tneqi
wa in Mcad aniot

a**ltgen ,netgri4
study becaiue i
alew P

cbWOr oepartent spt a !
the Oage-sins ap prop
Saloe wawer,
important bec
Flegs siana azawugfce Hr
ufuns subcommittee m
bor Oepartment gpwnsamg
the OSile-Arbke pWoft.3
At This point, another
can, sen. .0on chermnah
Aencucky, came to e ree
mlanageu o put tae mIMi
in the bill, omy to nave% aIt
nalf later to appse Busbgl
However with, u aea,.
start ca ibe mane. .
Mfl-U g at Burato. Tee
during the ci ig udayso asgU m.
gres, Inalana' s Uharne' "f aL
UOP House leader. aw tfAgsj
mused: "I Ju t pon-t
we're going d' about lte.-
bey. he sum? won't coopelat"

CapWtol guide Carl fr was
rying to itemSt a reluctttOur.
edt r of tl api T
S shoew." ,o e e
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wrote t letters."
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V e President Nixon,, a tbal -
er when it comes to campaign
whether 'with or 'withbut
kers, gave some advice to
GOP"en. Henry Dworshak of
Idaho the other day.
"I suggest you run a high-level
campaign. Stick to the issues,"
Nixon told Dworshak, who faces a
tough fight with Democrat ex-Sen.
Glen Taylor, who once ran for
vice president on the Henry
Wallace ticket.
Nixon then went on to suggest
that'Dworshak form a "Democrats
for Dworshak" group to ,do the
dirty work And smear Taylor
en his former association with

Dworshak, however, was ske
Politics cal. He didn't think he cold
Politc enough registered Democrats
Idoho to form a protest group,
Nxon, however, was reassuring.
"You'll only need two or three,'
he said, "Just enough to give them
a name.
NOTE-Nixon used similar tac-
ually brought a drop in national tics in California when he ran for
of only 1.3 per cent over a nine- the Senate in 18M0 agalnt Con-
lince that period ended In April, gresswoman Helen. Gahaga Doug- .AT .
R slight rise. las. It was on of the dirtiest cam. Cn.S
wish to minimize the upward paigns in Ca na hatory with it ani Trgat
ployment that accompanied the Mrs. Douglas called everything Atla theiroter
ut It Isa mfkt that new claims but a Communist Nixon master- t
its have been getting fewer and minded the whole- t hin t hZ m Asscu te
several weeks. This easing sug- kee him elfreasonabym o S er
0ly gloomy inter rotation placed er Dworshak follows hIs advices .submit proposal to
Meany and the C chiefs makes
ak of the nation's economic prob- I
Loughtful. reponsible economic SIDEGC LANCES fy
Us Dropagandng politicians of
. They are determined to get
Ms statistics only one answer: an
able to the Republicans.
quite unfortunate for them. It
their stature as public figures,
helr credibility as spoknesmen In
It is an unhealthy situation when
society triae to ally Itself un-
utomatlcally to a partIcular po- h
artles are human and fallible
quality and character, and il
pretend that any group's wel-
ured only by fealy to a m ingle
is nation's workers, they have
er independent of thought and
eIr sat-thlnfkki leaders. The
they'll kee on showing it.

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Se e ve, Vieso
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'in th end. they cme-al
aap They in
hh ti ke was a
guy" "one of the bloke
that he knew wihbtf was
about. For Pbf it w a a
al tripanh.
Fe th po It ree years
hai been bammn .Stead
way at onePaam d t-
world competition; It mult
revRmp;, rovitaliie,

Obtain's mtival.
Reeobtly, he urged ind'
irte to become -brain picked
Wiys o the loolout for new
WM a-d new'Ids^ "We a
the National Union Of Mi
orers. "In fact, wit ar
gretWd asset ,"
And so it Js wherever th
ge-Indig, .proddlag,
trn a ke re, a pat

eMaM, ow can I gt thaaa
"f O

" I oiBTnR, t mkes him shy. That' why Jo h hlin beadbbl his p

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d it you command him, be'U take him huni be's one .
V a et it. Learned it, quaf hunt- best in' the busi ,It,
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Sf Fr make Ajnd diffeiee hw
Mars gil's father. Frank the crowd ofhunters, be
geve, adds, ")ven though Jo is at home withthtem and w'll
bashfMul around crowds, when you'for any one of them."

.Senate Parliamentrian's Ruling
the -
Co titute Stback For McCart
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SWA _TON. S 21. (P) when itIeatleatd wi ml
aibe. IaearTa 'Ch and ImU. B o o wa u Seo
a. IWrtm.n rejected. ean.i contemptuw.i_.y" rfuatn
hera- Jolp M carthy's clalia tht appear eore It.
aded tbcomtee in the Wlaco
wth Republicans I od of defy- McCarthy arued- he
SIng w- operaUp Illegally tifled because the subcomm
B Ieantme, Cirma Arthur operated without proper W
SV. W ad 1e 1hes" h W e ao enget
can Cal 0iyDOM (-i
complete this weekta4ftudy ofithen obairman of the p
we seumn ehafes aired agaistnules committee tonme"
S rthy at t reet ninsy elf to a vacancy on the IN
public hting. But w t a
.t The Utah Republican empha-' enae for I yND Who-
aibed torepowe I, that reU Sto toiL tt
?Tn om mt prgdlc- the ubc ltt d
DUB =s about abreu
6m09 I'l to A
fMd B 6
tiee9~.t_tefi. ff~lpod bame cL

CharftMrg; Jula re
JYO t e Love
ERp, el. Wuoloe
Natuie; alenor Van
mortality M uSiia.,

do Me all,- e .
After the I stallatlon of *
Worthy A5por by. Nolan A. ]"a-
sell, Past Rainbow Dad, she wia
presented with a beautiful bouquet
of red and w ite glafdiol and .
Aleial wiases y a group of e
o,( t pe" t i" t a es t at e Thery Advisor dedicated
aW ,l0tb". ad a m r trm to "Love" and chose
,h red and white as hercolors
S -e k be test. io rfoto It, f. or e Uphle e oWa evered M. .Iieh
dian be my ow o t asty. He To com oai on R M saDn nofSt.in"eX

Uh, t sail). gacn.ng them o rfhll MVoT &em o AM1. .h
utobrush* Even whomri0 e'. can'e lo"a piscopaleChurchWi, delivered n ad-
al r -s dress sn "Lo vea' as th theoon
....... -rafrlt-theoyalMargrem Tenikud was eoudu
e rA. 1tn admner ona erth a "e LstJourney"indU0.
e- o t. a he especial song for theher etleme
eor a e asa smritr and r Ta roe~ e"Just a Songi for Dee De ";. and
._-p ad e s.d) e td hee br with a bouTquei t o

r h ,dal th a wr ac o alxe rits a Prine and ers. .
"Figtaale wa, rt-Eri"o lesh i n ly decoraed b Mrs. kand fan-

e Te torheo C #e yoth o with red e-arnaUoior Kflerd
l b$l e heIare Ivofiroya lra id

^ Id hM4f60p muran o.... iPhilip di ikes the t eae ~.C Inef,=arhr sUe lddo el
toMottSat fussnndotero hred arntswite suive outhoa
es orAt -,t mm.o DaMartmha th an d bMe other whi and roy table tartsticaly deorlted 1 the
r etoo, ft Alap* osW ..f,1 the hrd ealy, Hise obquious footmo who atl
aneas hi ul. a. A ro es. oan e h e aienia-Gold," Mrs. Marion Wl. l w I Was
ti w t.. l' nrt h Is. chage of e ments.
11M0 a ies t Toerasn Hoknt.I, eRats
kenoam). occ asions :" t sto an
r"s I Plnceess svlabeth he weth ue To the hertcsh patron hilip and
ieth. to sa fo nearly two years end- hng lovely wife, pulabgth ou, r

g his active service themeat the fa e of yout Tog"a,= abt 1
ninped rja of commandero.-Jf- they a e e valvid anm e
-"acu-Teda o. Is UsAdmiral of the concept y of ath rtieMonafb
re our Fzlt,- Marshaln and Mar Their role,,s am oey see it, is to-NTe
shal of the Rtoyal- Air Force ho revitalize Britain,ton itke
ie duke orlek twa kes sucea rius .lyioung nation once agi. MATMOON, 1L, Sept. 21 -(UP)

wit a rate oy, wdash blw kioi n tc t h dri
th be-gTrnados warn er and inj urin a Uut 50 persons,

ta h r rh wa csprahe !w Le e ea
Sb O n a e in eo Seou collided
e I re dN. C a r i nlo with the truck at a country cross.
w a.- wing shortly after pulling out ofi

', pet .y",dh, ww "r.d Th ermn r o an the

thunerstorecar s~tage be. onfl~l ring. 14, owurn Wall, and atooaw out re1istance p om.
e.E aese for a f gitive bank raisbut .Z~n U h ears bed

.. .. ;rryant, .waskil.-
Siste at were flooded, hi s out a Ctral Dst SuPt.
Smile-swath gih p a tie u ey. window panes, oversn g sev t e
p aloated ,oneloD of this.-y of eral chimneys, many television James ag aidonly about 25
S0 Th.re children at Daren antennae and dw"ed dozens of per ss weremuea, but his
Mehraheechil dreinatur'edoneAnd-tr do coup t Pparpy did not include
HughSchol were injured. one we p1 Ja number tke to a Red Cross e-
riously. 1-one Raleigh residential dia- mergency station.
Part of.thi ro was blown off trist roofs were damaged on eve. Ambulances swarmed to th a
thNeroddibop ad half of ry home in the block. A large pine sen along a gravel road running
$hn.was ripped from a .2 tree crashed down on the home of parallel to the tracks. Litter-bear-
rtob ringl an ow Sanm Strickland Water .poured In, erstrugld down the ste em-
oar't wereg. R aeloo ding t hi. banke f from the wreckeT cars
Sthe erwned in ? to the ambulances.

athso bll wire, saoo ad *gtg A^r- wdtkowledtal In Aestimatd
tVa.rgw J84 vSqm.. s re- scming, Thurman Wod asl, 3000 persons within two hours.
m.or.ea tte rie O and Jenny Haedy, 14 The Hanly cars wee parked for two mlie
*o a bad triuiad. G it a40 lwas in "** rtoui'' condition In each directon along a nearby
an hour atthe wel-st. from a wound h the left side. Twosgalosnt fig we tit.ch.
weaea n dVa ,,tte 110 o .James R obe-rts. HoustonMo'r i
!i "advhorine ywIg~ aRichardw Johnson, Graginton, exC,
etwe rm ad th a o said they were dozing wha the

10a1 VleJlntlv J Its a yul ge e ao &t but "everyone stayed
toeroofstrees. calm." ,hb two aided in rescue
d' and trees a a m "--3:" .... u
w1 tovey G-et"-'e- pand helped u*nld and
w tirnale force area ced aen unotffi- 1 - ----
1w. ew 65to 70 i4deand hour in
parts of Ri.elgk. Ralsei 40 miles

'"E, plercetclouds during a is minute
hon Mldlinds nln nne.^gr I o i
Dutba A$"aOst,.elgI~t )'.-ba n vikd r bbery.robber
tae vt sBim of! WG a 2lls of CDas o welas tp.
leigh. The re observin from trnns tooutrun-d

U Lnll li i oi tir that e s made a te in the huge Atanta federal pairtfee-
f westhe.bureu S a- y^our order. B don't act upset riy 7 areug. a sewer pipe.d
clad atBF sevee tIt. If you bawl him out Po@Semem took Ellis, 25, into
thendebnrnoms st ae. be- you'l ruin your own meele and today tot resistance abHt a
.&. and '1p.m.. Wat of anyone eating wih you half rile from where his compare.

hampering caged thgOqgwh a sewer upipe lead-

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V .. Y OM.. A a t a t e
Brown will have no S epdbH-
ian opposition In the coming

ITHACA, N.Y.-(UP) Cornell
Is gibing scholarsps to one-fourth
of the freshmen at its engilneering
college this fall.

the Io

wow a. w Ta

otherwartt i Sula.a
of agriculture's office and
companies. assistaaee.
"I am & afidnt aome
farmer will d~o- to our wt
and furnish saule= of Iowa&
which wil dWIMfY wha ta &I
Ohio's best e frt" Bynhondt

N ..t. oven tha. .th- t
Il flyn the,
screw ship of ,831 oI _*Ar
Munt]WMobu inban, in141, willbe ad a .
lie auction 'a .order of the United ifteas
Court for 'ilt.lct of the Canal Zone, lStee b,
day of Beptenbew, 9K4 at 10 o'lock InM 6.1 oo
at. the Un oed RSate eDistrict Court, mAnO, anau
Zdne, to Aiaft A decree tted bE .1 in
the action amtld Bedervutlerboliget (1Min vonRetw.1'
g 1I, nd .Re sWUn O/Y) as wner-t6he mao&M,
tak v l AO ibeant, anst
Navegalon Anne, 8.A., Respondent, anr Credl
HyPotbecalre Sulsa Puer l Navigation, 8A., a s Inter-
venor. '
Dated, Ancon. Canal kZone, September 310, 194.
Prqctdr ifor l belant. ,_
Uned States MarshaL .,.

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N.d30Fc.t afor you . for A-,ft
,the .iaR1YO.!ptln a the Sterltn.iwue
ptuoeg fromu -1, 9 six-plee place settings fs i !.
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atins ad Spurs"-is just a bit he kept repeating, hall to himself.
high-cost history, it's interest- "How to do it, how to do It."
oM draw a few conclusions
spe9tacula in general and Jayne Me- di (Mrs. Steve Al-
aInD In paelular.. len) tells a faiiniMg story, and
alalOn No. 1-It takes more lyou can put your own interpreta-
..- *spectacle to make a spec- tion on it. -. .
when she first came to New
Ji -Betty Hutton York for
I-more bounceto the. ounce s pir, While
4 anybody. therer, amoth-
Cdoulon A musical er'sa t five
wlt Inedy is like the year a on
re wlt.o e sea-pretty of tb the
ring. 1e
conclusion No. 4 Come back, rang. ,eed, but no one
Caesar and Iogene Coca. 'was the Jst outside he door
I I tt .Io was a t tasuewraIpped pack-
lont-s sir etd ty Hutton age, containing the mlusing ring.
ISod smgin' and -
i Thlis 1"i's- t ds
y tub n y atr and tlta r ea
to, has rea fcundar, o L ttraidi
) y O t. He's th usically t bltlIn't,

which miewe* ^ i to ABC this
season. Back in 4e, he helped d
Thlopthe whcht he sho between a p

"C you coua-'l~ d a new way, 11
toast since on television. It's
SRI( "you'd make a fortune.' A
Barlow has already found one
way to do it, He'r the muiost ea. ALD LACOB

velop the forTat ehicht he show
has since u I, d televiaton. It's [
simple and, i far, the most of- Bi 'OSWALD JACOB*
tcfve. Written for NZA e ,

BO M OPE (NBC-TV): George I
Jeuasl-he was the Rubirosa of tne NORTH (Dl) i
Roaring 20s. .4
S'"One day, at reheanrsal," Bar. _
age. *S I of mine, came
sa u Ms -tow atch. I said he *AQ63 6a
cu. La goput the sit 1Pa.32 A- QJS4

te'ismusW al he ws gi OUTM
TV I I6KJ10972
Buy i. re wa some other K ,10
wy of PF #a58
U oodm a is sure. will al- 672
a be a our entertain- TodlalttiihtV vu
that means eL North sa r est9 h Wes
W iha w aic 1 Pan 14 Pan
ye ''s we' have 24 P 2 Pan
opening lead- s

There's newlng ew' a
bout the contract today's an
-t. b0 it wouldn't
lansare labor, ta union r mad.-olaQL4Uhja part soo
s a or union, and they look Since it was played in a tour
like laborers. The ictur, of an ment, jiouver, thr el.chai
erew tra is unexa 1 eqCporwV
jM PtPilatea o tad e maslc- at Pd a lI x
classicat mde-I a owing at- to lam i f
Fraction Ina te 8. I e ays that West oplmed he vingleton di
IIIep,MOo" tae sin mond, a Adu 'won with t
Sei e es sach year king. At out tals, where ao
dl Ia- elected at f wrgalsed was 1hkewl rth dolarer at co
ba=e1 gates. tract of two spades, the defended
"Baseball," he says "is some- were able to get two spades, 1
thing I love. I woud have hen aetheCA M;,J 4
pianISt if it wasn't for basebaoU. ,&e rmhif riiu s wa
baseball did this." A he held different story to te wn Le
up a crooked middle finger on bha ard B. armon well-known Nq
igt hand, broken by a foul tip York expert, dthe est card
when he caught in college. t At th se an4 rlck declared 14

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a trump from the dummy ndf- leading a see ond low heart AM
nessed the jack .Harmon won with through dummy's king. This con.
the queen of npadea. id then vlined South all the more that
promptly led the duce of hearts West could not have the ace of
through dummy' kinga. hearts. He therefore played low
South, thinking that East pOba- from the dummy and East won
bly held the acsee, played a low the second heart trick- with his
heart rom the dummy. East won queen.
with the jask of parts ald re-
turned a diamond for his partner East naturally returned another
to ruff. East wasn't sure that'*Ais diamond, and Harmon was able to
play would gain anything, buN he ruff once more with a low trump, .
was willing to string along withl The defenders thus gathered in i
his partner since the course ef Uhe four trump tricks, two hearts and'
play made it obvious that Wbst the ace of clubs to set the con-
was in search of diamond riZis. tract two tricks. The repeated
Having executed the swi4dle swindle won Harmon a top score.

Th PKic SWM l avigatn Compmany

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Ambrose-Lee NUptuals
Itelemnum inn -'dmaa
'is marriage 01 'r. Wi
Ainmise ol .Luranu Heighb*
Amss'aSmeralac Lee of sa:
was WbieomiMae on Saturday
noon twae prWcu o 01 4uc
of Larmen in h'anama cay
, T one was vven in
iage g y aer brother, Mr.
, o9 Panam&.
MBe wore a ailor-length I
gp(ly o01 wnise nyloz
jp a*r spiun with embruide
ep ai an ni riAebtones
hIW d a uteu bomice o01
c -Aa .M t. ara of
hseld aer a
leotMJ..eML. tie carrses a bo
m0. Wafteo les.
Us Jua.,mam of Panaim
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w AAas given by eash- (^ge aih'

a the W=al c *i Gree to M Sewing,
A tiBere P rtaiflmtedM hs ere- and. a f h oa.
iTOMidFnt Jim.Aiftaetle Wies. A baairtU to M b rh.
if e,,ra e Dr. t r was Goek DUeu e;0 es oef bie.
aD tou five yeomws N ha repre- day oakes S.9I, E we served
SUnmited Nau s aind aIn Japan. by the ho Mtfl. odgiSs
Shis arrival yesterday by Mr. Jorge Jresided at st coffee service.
eenile leelety of #Panmas, the Bev. The following members and guests
d.DMr. J.an B. Arias, Greek Consul were present: Meadames A.
Fraser, G. G. Felps, J. B. Walk-
__. er, D. W. llis, H. Dubcan, W.
..A. Hope M. Herring, J. R.
EA Wl artFll CAompbell, E Wlburn, -P E.
With G4 ,J204 Snow. H. E. Moebrke B. A. Her.
Batlrday -Ig i ring, T. F. Sullivan, Hans Peter-
A special d naugurating sen, Stella Bradney, C. W. Riter,
the fall seas will be given by J. Hidalgo and Hunter.
the B.P.O. Eks No. 1414 at their '
home n Lao Road in Balboa! .
an Saturday night. I
Dance muleW will' be furnished' Back From New York
by the 1lst Army dance orobes- MIrs. Saul Altman, of Ft. Kobt
tra from eight o'clock to one a.m. be has returned from a vacation
Free cocktails will be furnished in New York during which she
4to all present between eight and visited her daughter, Mrs. Maor-
nine o'clock. ton Lewin of Princeton, N. J.
rManagir dector'Downe has ar- -
ranged an appetizing menu for
this oceassion including fresh lob- Kobbe Offices Wives
ster. shrimp, torbina, tenderloin Held Lnchembe
steaks, turkey with trimmings, air- Fort Kobbe's Officers' W I v es
Sloin steaks and the clubs famous Club held their monthly luncheon
"poor boy" sandwish,;s. The us- Thursday at the Kobbe Officers'
ual club prices will prevail for Club.
'this gala night.
There will be no admission tick- The tables for the lu n c h e o n
ets and members are invited to were beautifully deedrated with
come to this dance and bring wood roses and dried grasses.
their friends along Each guest was presented with a
S -- wood rose corsage.
DouM Humphrey celebrates .. .
.d, Br#' ,Arthdny it [ca Mrs. Norman McDonald read a
1r. Mr. and Mrs. B. Donald Hum-.pem, "Combat Dec0rtlon," b
chur phrey entertained at their resid-. Leona Hart Kpster.
la .'- ence in New Odstobal with a
luncheon Sunday honoring their The new members introduced
son, Donald; on his thirteenth to the club wcr. M;Ers. W. S.&
birthday anniversary. Lancey, Mrs. *M. Mae SweepeY,
The large birthday cake, serv- Mrs. J. L. Smith, Mrs T. E. Per.
iliam ed with the luncheon, was decor- ry and iMs. B. R. Petit. Mrs. M;
a and ated to represent a baseball dia- C. Odell was welcomed ap a new.
nama amond with players placed in comer.
ater- each position o- the field and their. !
4a'y teen blue candles forming a fence Mrs. S. T. Adams and, Mrs.
Y. around the outfield. M. Spinny were guests of Mrs,
ma> After the luncheon games were E. Childers; Mrs. F. B. Hoyt,
Dick played and the guests later at. guest of Mrs. M. W. Arps Mrs.
tended the matinee at Cristobal. J. B. Laterriere, guest of 'Mrs.
full- Those invited to help Donald C. G. Kaiser- Mrs. J. M. Rous-
1 Tu'- celebrate were Eddie Pabon seau, guest of Mrs J. E. Wasiak;
rY of Keith Kuling, Gene Shumate, Bill and Mrs. L. B. Trevathon guest of
lle Hogan,.Gene and Jerry McGaugh- Mrs. V. Ledbetter.
wiuLe ey, Jimmy Palumbo, Julian Hall,
earls Ch uckle Crawford; Russell Favor.
lbow- ite, Dopald's cousins, Mti c k e y,
uquet Freddie, Jeanne and Carole Walk- *,
S er of Cocoll and his sister, Don- School KIDS, Tee '-
ire a Mrs. Hfmphrey was assisted by ,a ger, and ,rg"W.-"A
W e. hew V io Walk-

SOf USDol r

ENGAGED -. M and Mrs.
NelsonA. Rockefeller have an-
nctunced the n ogagemeni.t of
their daughter, AnTn i C k
Rockeller (above) to the v.'
Robert Laughlin pierson. "
Rockefeller Is a granddau ter
of John D. Rock feller, Jr. Rev.
pierson is an assistant priest
at St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church, -Bronx, N.Y. ,

Mother Of Three
Admits Poisoning
Husband, His Dad
MAINZ. Germany, Sept. 21
(UP) Christa Lehmann. seb-
blnx "I was mean, I was so
mean." confessed at her murder
trial today that she poisoned her
hUsband, .an lather-in-law and
then begged her own lather to
comMit suicide Band take the
Mrs. Lehmann, 31-yeae iold
mother of three children, alid
ate used a cheap Germniian isec-
ticide to .kill hec victims. She
said .4he fed l e d poison first to
her 42-year-old .husband, Franz
KCarl Lehmann, and later'to his
75-year-old father, Valentin.

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A :ance an Mr. n Keith D. R Special Sale Of
T' a rie and family,1 of Coooli; Mrs.
'. P. Burchett and son, of Cocoli; Educational Games,
e.Lors. for t~ wed ,Mr. and Mrs. Cramer of Panama;
posors for tne wedding were Mrs. Francis Escoffery Jr.. of Erector and building
tpa irp. ,bernara v.uman, Panama; Mr. A. P. Steward and sets. Also: microscope, -
kU Ai rs. i.iarie. Acrec, r. Mr. R. A Johnson of San Fran- chemistry sets and the
Mrs. ilau 1. LUm a a U cisco Calif.; Mr. Giilermo Gue- like. Put into practice
S il euenu. vara., of Panama; Mr. Moses what you learn in school
Wg me ceremony A re- Stern, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. S *
-' wt held at the bride S irvin'Halma, of Panama Mr. and .400.Ss
As. Falfi'., irs. Gaspar E. Ortiz Tapia. of VRR Nl
r,.p .eandIg trip to Chiri- David; Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigo
TdiPjcogpibe wll be 'at, home Denis D. of Panama and Mr. T.I!
ft u- "eigh* Y. Denham of Panama. -
BWgCeIasgC tne kb EAs .Pan Dinner
cap e et Tomorrow Evedtug t
to District Deputey William J. Dor.
nt geral assembly of gni of Canal Zone will make o f- a a.UE
UAn "dege ub witi 'icial Visitation to Panama Caaal T5 I5m s ll IINE U
e Eia L.tlub, io ar- Zone Lode Number 1414 tomor-. I ,
;.30 g.m.- Smetsland row at 7:0 p.m.
teAmemoers are Mwced Dinner will be served prompt-
flypt, U Mt ed y at 6 p.m.
a0l"ilia r m I 9

Af recovery.*'
*mnary purpose of the club
ownourage and support our
people in lurthering their
om beyond th high school
Ml f.slntsp oof the Atlantic
y 4y. Uwtime, then.
imredht being one year's
W credits at any American
*$r .equivalenta.k
I foc, membership
at the aeption,
San~of She group meet-
;k' I. Mrs. Charles D.
t phone; S-Z.


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Lades Aaxilary
At Gamboas Church
Observe Birthday
The annual birthday party of
the recently Ladies Auxiliary of
the Gambos Union Church was
hefd at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Fraser in Gamboa. A most in-
teresting history of the Gamboa
Church since its founding in 1937

Only V-Sigva
you the jilcm of
eight fresh vege-
tables in a sinle
drikA And it's
so deudou



. Protect your health and beauty.. .est and seep on
Simmons Mattreses!t
The most daeeaddle CIO system

SThe firstfall meeUin of the
play reading group of t Canal
Zone College Club will Weet this
evening at T:30 at the home of
Mrs. Richard Sergeant, n13 Mor-
ln Avenue. Mrs. Edwin Qi. Jones
is chairman of thq group.
Prospective members are wel-

Lmek-n -rsday
The card group of the Balboa
Woman Club will hold a. no-host
luncheon in the Tradewind4s
Lounge of the American' Legion
Club at noon on Thurasdqy, Sq

Beok Review Group
Meets On Th'eday
The book review group of the
Canal Zone College Club will meet
with Yrs. George Daniels 1572
San Juan Place. Ancon, on Thurs.
day at 9:30 a.m.
Mrs. Charlotte Morrow the lib-
rarian at Ft. Clayton, will give a
brief summary of several books
of current interest.
Executive Board
Of Balboa ub
Meets Next Week
The executive board of the Bal-
boa Worans Club will meet on
Wed. Sept. 29, at 9 a.m. in the
library of the JWB-USO.

Open Installation Of Rainbow
Officers Tomorrow Evening
Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Or-
der oft he Rainbow tor Girls. will
install officers for the new term
at an open installation to be held
tomorrow evening at 7:30 at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Joan Holgerson will be installed
as Worthy Advisor. Karen Stroop,
retiring Worthy Advisor, will be
the Installing officer.
Refreshments will be served in
the banquet hall following the ins-
Local 90 Armed Service
Chapter Meet Tonight
Stewards of the Armed Servi-
ces, employee members of Local
900 and non-members, are in-
vited to attend an important
meeting in the auditorIoni t
the Pacific Service Center to-
night at 7:30.
the banquet hall following the in.


On Exchange Mart

RIO DE JANElRO,, Bept. 1 -
(UP)-The Brasillan government
has increased the price of the U,
S. dollar by 50 per cent on the
foreign exchange market here, in
an effort to ease the current 6-
conomic crisis.
The official Bank of Brazil an-
nouneed that effective thus week
the minimum price for a dollar
at the lowest import exchange
rate will rise from 10 to 15 eru
The minimum price at the
"Cadillac" or luxury exc h an g e
rate will increase from 50 to fS
cruzeiros. Intermediate rates will
be affected proportionately.
The move will increase the
price of imported goods on the
local market, but it will provide
the bank with added supplies of
Brazilain currency to defray re-
-cent reductions in export coffee
I Meanwhile, the inflation-fight-
ing Federation of Brazilian Cham.
Sbers of Commerce urged business.
men throughout the country to
reduce prices "even wh en it
means cutting into normal and
just prices."

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__O_______.... ___- ice. Gr-aduate of Lo Salle Extension. COTTAGES
e,____ -- -- FOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobile 4-dr. Box 1782. Balboa, C.Z. St. Luke's Benefit Balboa 3050
-- ho fly dinn teHydromaticnewires$4 C
to 6 sa drsd rpoir a, edIos ~, W00 1ell established firm of Scotch WhIP, f!hlis. Oceonside cottages Santa
-0 lt s $0; a et stondl bunk *' ky Blenders and Ea(porters are T a ,T CrBox. Bo 435Bolboa Phone
S ressef nd chest of FOR SALE: vl l te position to extend their epolo Panomia 3-1877. Crlstoboll-3673.
drq 10 each; two mahogany PANAMA AUT T S.A., Jie FrM les in Ponama and will welcome in- FOSTER'S COTTAGES, ons mile post
S l and ends. cc ., on, w4yo..45. juries for distribution of their well S"nt Clar. Lw rate. Phon
c 1460. Third r 4., known brands from reputed vts, alnto Clara. Low rates Phone
SFORSALe"rj ,Qu arte4rasr Ba.2-1866.
St dr bla ?i d Scotch Whisky nd Gin.' PUJLIS SHRAPNEL'S furnished h o us e s on
aF estinohousel Phone Curundu 2208. & DISTRIBUTING CO., LTD,._ 67 beach or Santa Clara. Telephone
SQuartermaster FR SALEa ving country, 191 Strand. London, W.C. 2. England. THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve.
d ttres $20; von- Packrd, radio, GOOD- nings.
ity ; tofeto bluel bed- RICHr t s. fine mechani- FOR SALE fAnMIc n 's. n. c. ara c.,BchCt
$1 S. Colt after 5 o'clock cal co Y CIA. GRAMLICHS Sant Clar Beach Cot-
2. 4H o 1574-L Gavilon No. 1. no. sMtoges, modem conveniences, mod-
M19MM "UUs Crate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
FOR FORSALE sedan, ram ATTENTION HAMS! 10 over 20
s FOR-, llv t'sedan. 2 Hilte rotary beam, $ 75. Can be FOR DCl iT
-In gdrr -Phone L. GoviJ .. seen at HPIEV. Los Curhbres. Phone FO RENT
hn -- Gi n 2293 or Box 1728 Panama. e
- + H "60 ,Votiyetian' too C I
bl 60 odenln to C Position Offered FORRENT:-Two-bedroom halet In
,b$1.50 ea- Amao WANTED=-Personfor dm n 2Bella Vista. Phone 3-1713.
Mo 5 str7tioos of NECCHI .sewnPmrna- FOR RENT:-Three-bedroom chalet
FOR a Wetinihquse FOR SAL I'WOl itt. W *it crific,' chine. Must be capable.pof transct- with maid's quarters, diningaliving
eef r excellentt 1949 Pn eaftoin Club-eoup ., ing sales. CASA ADMfAPL*. tel- room and porch. 12th Street No.
co -3 .o Rios. 2 8-cyl. miles. A 1 phone 2-111, from 8 to 8:30 121, Paitillo, Airport Rood.


SAsk .-your Dealer .for
the Now Weldwea oGlue

forzHonle or Industry
Seta In Minutes "
Donl.slike Magic
Packed In Handy Iubo
SReadly to Use z .
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of 101
and 52

Mrs. I

Mr. BaJorb
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v. Modg
C. LIar,
Mary 3.
Mrs. Lo
Johp J.
John Pi
Carr 8
Potter s
Agnes V
and Mr
Mrs. He
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John IP.

2FOr rang La RiIo S at.. am onlyv. FOR RENT:-A cholet. 3 bedrooms, r aduntC.)
IFOR SALE: -- T Ol BM range LO ,oa , furnishedBinDell& Vista, 49th Street I J-m 1 121?and David
$5 electric refrigerator $30, ... FOR SALE No. 16. Forinformationt please tel- t 1.O M.R
,l.qer top Peruyion coffee toable. t WnIned I _e Ar phone 3-0082. Panam.. ,,I Mor.S TL Roy cIhUdren
$ Phoe 6270, ort Kobbe Help W nted Boat. MotoFOR RENT: Chlet, 2 miles from Spector
Sl. I. WANTED: Cook and nursemaid FOR SALE:-"Alibi 36" cabin cruis- town, semi-furnished, four rooms, t r e. cs
So programs erence. Arbox g., Apt er, fully equipped. See at Balboa kitchen, garage. Call 6109, Curun- TRANSPORTES
,6, 5th Street, Colon. Ycht Club or phone 82-2223. d'u, C.'Z. B A TER,- S.. dren:
BAXTER S. A. Dolores

sr Coummdity StatioD O N ew s Apartment.. Tels.. -25 2l-451 .Wilo
S ATTENTION G. 1. Just built modern C. Wrig
S e t Over 400 Cdb4M, 6 id ed to meet at Quarters 360-A, bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel- (,mming.r >
nWhere 9, w me parents, reelB Js Cub IThird Street, Crist tobe d mor- ephone Panama 3-4941n No t
Den d* f rom Istrict, row at 10 a.m. Felix Karpenski, FOR RENT: Modem two-bedroom R 0A
^ Presents attended 061% ..?;oldihe a former cubmaster, Pack 18, Co- rtment, 5n
Hangar N6o 2n t Jastco Solo. has been secured as the art d.t, 5Fo ftret ao s 4. We (pr KN rado Shirts
e n g.. IIIhe cubmaster of Pack 6 and will be Rbiet er 3-1802, 3-3337 .irt w ds
STn Sept. 21 3rd Arc uts a t the meeting. e 3- clr taro. KtA
Snl,_llnhe FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart Exce- R ent U mtneo ph Wek
y ow leade ng Preparations will be instituted ment, 2 boths, maid's rpom, go- is St. East, eNo. Tel. 3-471
c y anaan.hey for the Cub Wigwam to be held rage. Bella Vista, 44th Street No. i, A me
Tre t Nel w Arfangem i ere Nov. 6 at the Margarita Gym. 32. Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815. City civ
R.JI.... cub- ^Announcement will also be made FOR RENT: -Modern apartment, in WE C 0r t|norro
rSaS 6.l, .! and or the forthcoming Cub leaders El Cangrelo, 2 bedrooms connecting COMPLETE LINE OF City Ocl
war ndier training course. both, porch, living and dining tudy
d Twelve Girl 'Scout "Leaders, lodrhdry room with hot water sys-
r iiwho have completed course the t&m." FPr ratherr *ri1cjtaor *osi
R *ey first aid, were graduated re- call Panoma 3-4946 from 8 oa.m.l takW
jithe u gs. cently during special graduated to 6 p.m. special t
The ot ut" wa won by exercises held in Rainbow City FOR RENT-Nicel furnished two lrs.
: DLeWit, Lyonswa 4, ack 7, witI.', aeeond as par; of the town Civ4L De- d R' m rce 0 rtmntst s tied to
: With The Lyonawas Den 1, Pack I and third fense self-ptotection program. c osdts. 46th Seet o'. 42.' Coll
q 1 (BBC) was De2ere 2 d The classes had been conduct- 3-.1423u tuVPP r$ ,I
.CA.Fs. pROAN MEL- Col. H. l'er- ed by Romeo 0. Miler, Red Cross1 w' -
ODIEB 'sen and R ISK. ,a **-* instructor frFOR. Canal' Zne R't RENT :--New'modernroportment, llJllMA I "alls -
t'_ HOW yCHRISTIAN SCI- "The mile relay" was won by chapter of te'American Red two bedrooms with maid's room, oat dillll IlB
"m A'ENCE H ALS Den 1, Pack 16, second was Den Cross. Ricardo Arias Street No. 11, Com-
i.HlReplort From The U.S.A. 1, Pack 2 and third was Den i po Alegre (back of the Raymond T l-- I
i... IVOA .Pack 10. Judges were Sgt. and Lt.W. G. Dolan, chief of civil Clinic). Information: Phone 2- TUildl ISi lng-
8 --Musical Theater (VOA) Mrs. Wm. Loehr. defense addressed the graduates 2197, Mr. Taquis, or in the some
: --Amierlcan nRound table "The high jump" was won by and presented the certificates building, Apartment i. For the first time In the three'
VOA)- .. Den 1 Pack 18, with 7; 2", sec- following a program which con- FOR RENT:-Modern apartment, two year history of the local chap-
L. -You Asked For It (Re- ond was Den 2, Pack 15, and listed of demonstrations of the bedrooms, maid's room with both. ter of the Society for the Pre-'
t + uesta-4lehe phone be- third was Den 1, Pack 10. Maj. various first aid techniques. Re- ViL Argentina No, 55, "El Congre- servation and Encouragement of
r8:3e :) Thomas ltrby. WAs'thie udge. freshment were served by the i6.- Phone 3-3164. Barbershop Quartet 8 singing In
flj -Nelson addy's Penthous "The 1. y'd"' dash was won civil defense warden leaders of FOR RENT -Lorge 2-bedroom fur- America, nc. a special "night"
.. oarty .bY Den H b ack t, second was Rainbow City. nished apartment, hot water. T#voli for the ladies will be on the
1 6n rmL Hotel ElDen 4, Pack. 17, and third was Avenue. Panoma 2-0170. program at the regular meet-
Panama Den 1, Pack 4. O. R. Taht was Mr. V. Duncan acted as mis- *ng tonight at 7:00. at the
U:l5--iroat..ay In Review the Judge, "The low hurdles" tress pt ceremonies. FOR RENT:--Apartment, 3 bedrooms, Shrine workrooms on Curundu
-- (USN) was won by Den 4, Pack 17, sec-I Graduates included Mrs. Pearl 2 bathrooms, living-dining room, Road, just 200 yards from Gatl-
S jOne Night Stnd ond was Den 1., Pack 11, and Pascal, Mrs. Myrtle Gordon, Mrs. maid's room with bothrooan. 47th liard Highway.
.:O0- ign Off., third was )en 4. Pack 15. Birdensa Nickerson, Mrs. Viola Street No. 17, upstirs.._ The idea behind the meeting
P P.. .acks rtplBrnted Were PlickIMiller, Mrs. Edith Walker, Mrs. FOR RENT; Lorge three-bedroom is to let the wives and sweet- I
i.prr ow, wed emday, Sept. 22 2, Balboa, 4tei under commit, Mary Scott, Mrs. Estelle Mitey, apartment with 2 main bathrooms, hearts see just exactly what j
*i ..teeman Wr> Ter 7 "ja; Pack '3. Ars. Finlfred Moonsawny, Mrs. diningroom, parlor, garage, bol- their men are up to.when they D
gn o .- The Alarm IBalboa, 2 Dens under 'ubmaster Karen White, Mrs. Alberta Wal- cony, kitchen and maid's room with say they are "going to barber-
Clock C lb (Requests- Eldridge But.on; Pack 4, Diablo, len, Mrs. Doris Alexis and Miss both, garage, washroom. (Bedroom shop" a couple >of times a
ease p .no before 7:00 1 Den under ntutlo4al repre- Bernice Worrell. ,floors polished hard wood). Third month. In line with this there
o-Mrning im Concert tentative Charlks Crosby; Pack floor apartment located at corner of will be a regular rehearsal pe--
:1,8-Church In The Wildwood 7, Curundu 3 Dens under cub- .* Fourth of July Ave. & "H" Street. riod of the entire chorus so
:30-Musical Reveille master Cari Widell Pack 10a aptr, Emerick "Aloha" House. Rent: $100 month- the ladies can see how much
:00-Baseball Toda-y Gamboa, 2 Dens under cuhbmas- IA, ly. Piped for hot water. Phone Pan- work goes into polishing a num-
:10.-News rter Vincent Biava; 1 1 P-w RS AW r 70 amo 2-0027 or 3-0763. ber for public presentation.
:1-Sacred Heart Program droIe ldroo Wins Award ForDedro
..e u ,.?S 1 SSnContes i Design g. uel IrDe

: pl-ews pb r : ck 1an t a Mln R. H. Emenick. on Active naval aftrv6pl.b sent their new numbers.
:00-Off The Rsrd (contd) derqubmaste Dens duty as Industrial director of FOR RENT:-M modern apartments. At the moment there are no
:- The Entertaine r andackrt at R. The Panama Canal Company, Phone 3-4911 Paonma. leas than five quartets n action
:uMeet The Entertainer and Pack 17, Ft. CaytOn, 3 Dens has been awarded a certificate FOR RENT: Furnished apartments: -some complete from last year
Arnold. RpRichard of merit for his entry in a con- To-bedroom $85; also one-bed- and others with new men to re-
Smothers of ubs of Pack 6, Th Amican room Bello Vista. Phone 3-1648. those who have let the
lo bva and motors of0 pros- to find a" symbol for its 75th t FOR RENT: - One-bedroom apart- b
Music Of Manhttan pective cubs of the pack are ask- anniversary celebration in 1955 ment, iving room, dining room. For The feature attraction of the
SthPneers a .Emerick's'de n .was judged information: No. 12. Cuba Avenue. 'night" will be the first
I |!f*adio Unly tyM (VOA) 7:00-NeSc A Bt- -as.tn best from AM's Region IV, FR appearance of the "Sweet Ade-i
W to In Ho8 ODW* *r which include states in the ne." SPEBSQSA la strictly *
Sgin n T:15-Your sqf ngb p t authern section of the nation, FOR RENT e Ie ornlae but once to
S. eBenek* ow (VOA) 71Vst ot the Misalasippi River. It a whie the eirla are allowed to
-:4-i lank Sno Ad Hi Rain- 7:30-Report rqm the U .A. how. a modern Industrial plant, RooI try a few close harmony chords.
'bow Ranch bos (V A) airplane and ship vie wed -lembetahip of the "Sweet Ade-
:4 tivale 8: Musc By Roth, through the opeed doors of a FOR RENT: Furnishedroom with lines" quartet w be kept
Sy :30--Faly Theater C temple of ce. Inscribed on private bath, Compo Alegre. One or secret until tonight.
-Mua of M teaday 1=o:0O-You ked PaFcr (Re- the facade the words two persons. Meals available. Call All member and prospective
: S*-FPatule : Musical queVt4--pleape ph d be- todaysi doorsway t es tomor- 3.1789- members are asked to be on
-Theater W VorA row's vp.on." time and members are especial-
-yYWhat's your Favorite 10:30-Nelson 3ddy s pothouse i oC lm reminded to brit their
tRequeats--please phone 0-arty P St h nce oedu-l doo'from Naval FOR RENT m us. t
before 4:00) 11:00-Wayne erenade SOtiers' at School at the
S1:30-One ltand Univerasty of 'Pennsylvania in Mi__e__"____to
-What Your FraO rite 11:45-Mua Dear By 1919, ManArick has had wide en- FOR RENT:-COMPLETE TOP FLOOR
t,,stf1'Od) a12:00-Slign ff sneering experience. both in the f offices or other business. F
Were' To Vetera Vo_ - -n0 Ien -
r-O a Expla ton s selrv c and e industry ZA & CO. 1, usto Arose0n
tef tlB IU ji,>-YS u Io el P11arty,-+ 1 83 in He Isthe 1Uthdr of three Aveni uc m I
Mus...l i :BBC-Brtlah Bodeaastin ck. beka on refrgig tlou and air-
OD".o :--_l. cohditllinha O Aating design and
D.a IMW :. U infed SWa s Army Practice .M "pwer plnnant m l .. t .. -"KS IN "
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Pa-nama of the Panama LOS ANGEL-,- Sept. 21 (UP) sli fta u h Ia L
'scheduled to ,il from -mecretary of Labor James P. wito satm e as t
rk Tueaday with &'total Mitcell anedt de Aericana Fed- bg thst "4..
pasaingers for Cristobal era olf labor yesterday for a tre al b tB
Paonderg for Pact-au'- "fai Spr 61te" the adulnie- wag M IIIe
MAiL tron a'bar record eharacterib- *idelg wii ft
,edby--AFL GrgM. arI
complete advance passen- g ..
for Criatobal follows: Th two eg l took the lo-I "Thi n l ai ea to
arg.Mret Allen;.; Mr. and tt a In thesopei te IM an lm
1 J Andeon mand Cra ary .0h annual AFL h.eon- w ith Chil ndl Xooow
obur daughter; M. o- thatseltmolp
r andur Mc ra John ao use .t^ *.a.. ._ .' ,.,
SBigelow and on; onsCcar grab t..,.lh from regular lu e leonIn0. m l(

a e e io bUs s to bf ceC o a a
. riS li Mrs a Ricpar .B._l t. isaeme 1- 62041edtM e

end. Andrew Oeyer. i ---it lha*--- p9- "ladr
ir ai da Ce1 er men t to be abIIti," i by a AO i s

timer C. Hill and two Mitchell pleaded then for a mitration comes out *
; Dr. Ands Mra Kenneth "fair. analysis" of a pr.og ram b in UIthe elti tis
; Mr. and Mrt..ilton which he said has accomplish- Got. Govodw J. lon
Jr, and two children; ed much.forUthe working men-and fornia opened thea
. Kopeakr; .homas w en f America" since 1 a welcome to te
WrUlame C M. Mcel Mrs. wen President Elsenhower took Republica woho e t

retta 1. Metivier Rev. complishments "the extension of a tadingovati
MNicolas; Mr. a Mrw. social hecursity to cover 10 mpl h- ,GO. ;dwi J. g
arhlaqua: Mr. andW Mrs. lion m tre.perens." e f oed
. Pechtal; Gerald L. This, he said. brought only lllh fa i t
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R "rud praise" from rlaborn
nd two children; Mrsi. nd in t of tils attitude c"it _L tcl f
. Rankin: Mra. Mabel J. s hard to conclude that there
s. J ph Rothengast. theadministration achievements." U-- '
Olen Ro.-viee: Mrs. Sa. He admitted that employment
Runck but said "this is the mldebrou t con-
Straction that we have ever had in A deletion Tfrm th
mlwe caoi d Mrw aand ar perig od." tich ide Elks Lodge No. m 152
SA, rolya an d t.o Me y drew house-bhakfn ap.- irnd tor an extra

ht and Mrs. El twbeth B. heasked rewcohs Premier Pierre ang ..tr c
S Medeplause *ben he touclare whe th lktachedr to the :40 area
.and Mrs. Iving AFL stand on loyalt). morrw afternoon so thatjb
and four children; Mr. Discusidesng the "cold wr" with may ride li a body to the
.l. .MJro m rSt h a RussiaMeany said "as far as fi w ide to attend a4in pnorVA
i&en; r d Ms "Theih AFL t concerned we will do gathering.
tamin L. Th a Mrs. ganh nation bnown our irst loyal- Atlantic ide Elksted ale
Il and two c'i n: ty is to our country." asked by their officials to biw4
Mrs. Georg Wakefield: y roundly denounced Brit the train at Mt. Ho.e.
SWhalen; Miss Anne ish leaders Cleeneat Attlee and Returning the Elks .wllb
ms; Mr. and Mrs. Frank AneuAn Bevan for their recent the late evening train atmIbo
e and- daughter; James trIp to Russia and Red Chifla. And Heights.
it and Mrs. Elizabeth B. he asked French Premier Pierre
S. Mendes-France to declare wheth- Elks from Lodge 154 are ,
er he sides "with the United ing to the Pacific Side to elh
SStates or the Communists." with Lodge 1414 in a meet
"They (British Laborites) with the official ditrict deputy#
MeetI s should have known that such vi- of the Grand Exalted Rule Of
e tnligs sits would result in anti-Ameri- the order.
can sentiment abroad," Meany
tNBOW CITY CIVIC said. "in the very nature of things
COUNCIL today, any encouragement of anti-
American sentiment is-encourage- Alamo Club Q=0u
meeting of the Rainbow ment of communism. If Bevan is
ic council w ll be held anti-American, he is pro-Commu- Set For Oct. 30
w nig1M at the Rainbow mist. Set For O c V-
iqp0t1o.al High School's "These visits were no service to manaser
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. ..t..-..n going do ste.ly er AIR FORCE CAMPAIGN FOR AY starts the field where later
.kV at. b ile.1 S, c. Colmbat is ta re not to prevent fire dearia rflueling of this 3-45u rslieseIs fWe gettig tee elieg to
tS*t-e 'wa l I JE t wA the war- An accident is coa5t brE tma. the planes are bqlng phail out of -
*'hSstt es toa dfh e. ,d tt

,pror2 '. an "ciiit i"mc 'if more carried on under Mci. Gem. Vtor
h5^n iMaded Shret onwe etf aae d-fs Kte .1U 15 rward to it. I now a rtanette: than 196 man-hols are required E. Dertrandla, deputy iMpector
It wl be fbm*uuing for ewy F u.g to fix It for fIg general, with headquarters at
wa o p i irn '.sta ,s,', The controversial B346 has The safety ram under hinm
hh ao o. .'11st wil ..l. .e .e.elU been called a ,lyin turkey puches everything fror.telling
Biw etremwaen. EganJM we^ani.t "bady The studio man ha to critics. But it a vel- ote how to athe three
p siWwe MlWI to a* es.?"- not e Rid .Af lUcate al the Iid War Iad into at least a safe airplane, their oxygen niasks to showlag
of1 th-,S-as-.-AudLeWOD--h ~al- Id .ce I dent rate wasl in 1952, mechanics how to tighten nuts
is thdeaor 111- b skoinae Ja.le h uI "'.s Medal at Heaor for 10 last, year. and Iraunnig the with the proper amount of pre s-
efll-aitl. u^. Maybe" tos Pgto *ei.sl ."b *l gd jame now. The total number of sure. It even goes into aircraft
of, Mit ohor e son-4n-la far. Gu added aeMy Bek-eatSeretid aftnounced crashes has been 15. design.
34tw 4ha late R. of Mera who heart rles0dle to a, surprised studio: with 156 men 1kled. As a result everyone in the Air
41*4.. Indis's pa-s,"...... Its rate ia a bo vt. Force working on problems of de-
l-a- Tr, -e. h T h a o th In. 1952 sign, training and operations ,ave

10 per ab.outabu ci wm E(senhower Back To W ork
me.e Use-in- *u Wa'W. o wajm (Miol Un. d ... Fish F s lg Vacation
t n verstent's walk-out to hold f.r eoi until the bugs are removed. Forrate. but theeu*ent et tri
S, c WO-a-we ixmonth U.I mste and r. the -- -- isnce the -47 Jet bomber had ogram aa.' a rate of
o. tte alien- wJs athe pB contact to return to I-inl I e gm n c an aceS rateTo 7in1 aas accident perl
dl l last N e 21 (P) .Burgess a.ecretar to the was being turned ever to A of flying. This ita pe .
s tts. U we td the rtudlea posi rries aee wB ier a Piealdent Ese r r returned eral staff' of SIIAF. the grous But last ear the rate There is ," bal Ir ,
- ~ DpId ae me 0* of m a. of ads for tie-South i Ttfur-. tbe y ergerd. T leag a from ht mountain fz'eil r World War I w head- wasdown to i and this year It ing the saty record o2 .
d aft < *SS.! .l* be- let Bueau ,ouotl> ugoalt peamu- trest yesterday to em. n the quarters, a reserve colonel. i trunng 1t i Force with t
,- e. .. _." t, ,youth, a_ d ste- strenuous schedule hi hs atr he served a c deputy ex- rlinesg Civ ,
%a r. the vacatton qul. ly Is osng .of .e, hk a tra o, the keps safety

..'i n Ro ary *, hubby, Ud S and Canad. It. a tek o paper work that t .d ecutive anretary for the United lets with i- I4d speeds of mas not Aaors.
S I a Joare re la Cht at the summer Nations roferece t SaAn Fr hve not Inc':ast AF's accliIs-actly a seonary
lo ha Si a I d aW a-dere a in .* eHouse offices. claeo in 194I. Aer Hiss was the dent rate. But many A_ safety aton of the Al Pore.
re othr i in the chief executive as tanned executive ecretar. expert are concernlet te new to fulfill specie uileao
o ^ Mae.. o c OO of an, g 1 o. They t the road Thetr Johnon, "eah of the ai appearede, no relaxed after his Late last year the President ine of supersonic fighters coming r. .
S*t me i heps her Delmmbp Cltt h Sp be one firat real rest since. leaving made hurgeusa co rsultant on could begin trat the capf ti
'- k """ "1aai t stork da n ... Edatu doa o. the .t C athe hw "on C inet and executive staff or- bulle of theD pbti. ePentagon soes e
mUkVe5 counl 0 ar the cofntuttee, ask- wife, Olga San Juan is re. Phile a Orthestra neat sei- For a days, he fished 5ad, gastoo. Last year the accident rate of that because of ve
-. ?4 S 8t. rf theo was covered ., r seri ea e gut, ei,,u will painted at the Byers Peak srane rrontly, during the course h jet fight. a That is which must b .pn
BneM ias t lo evidence lparkman was and strainiu at the s elitr V-lloi 3raifllan Denver bankL Akael i elsen ar :w jsate Department dutlex. iower tan nf fe o for the old Air Force,
a l "-- --,. --. ,,. and Sir Ma-ela Bar- near raser, Co-., 8..500 tee he f oh leave as aalst.nt to the pro U.ersae. ad 16 Is
thaas .ad n Annette e ... er .... who wah l has clOducted 4be hig- in the Roc.ies 70 miles eiodetn of the University of Tri fpratla have al dulie miu I
.an Pow, .it., ..ithat "eventhe lby ther M ik a ewest of Denver. ', Carolina. way. produced a hIli accident can .eetabe. .'.
e In to- a. rt l a rr ate ." aSe the fiolwar i ra war, aUet to M tisval Un rapid succeaslae the Preal*
Ca.- _1 M i,, 1 alma matu. "sents, allocated entergenoy re- Iiij
SFith tnr that Peten who died I t ft ovie ter -- sf for io of da and .
s aromitt after hewa g n N mDYnp d at of'
-pi-:..foe hayig an lutersetItH nanfor voes 5 9drought-trikmn LouMsiana as
fp a en w dat So.ut. .u I... =WMI Hi s.. ss aeeui 15 O
wa- H t ford" to t ad last Leonard Warre tiorde r which re students to
".. hefore^ey can dofeiru. iw PA NAMA F YOU I ,*
soe t e i nS E Tg r aou a tT eatew a s e n e r e
SIM=cgil4 di re uird. thdw ho-hasi$g r noor I war yea
s*Nip ic. -_ iiaiiLA sfodu.i n *niSS^'Me*^^n ss .rmTie. m o\\unn e_ nad.esisbrt W wd e n 4e.j. r .,

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N EWnYO R, ba n lyoMontreal ead blt -

;Lini their Rlrehouseb be~r.e w eP Football l'e-
a e .e . . .
TinJs roklynhe 7-1. It was delie' 4th 1954 vircole y i ef expected to beI
nat was age hop tew esek h only fare- 81nXam%.

er' ndig thoe rsod i mafth ng games e . lrweM r o -M

r reign ro N ational none a Ho d M V f ot o t
it t in th eir own and Montl 13-ein bde d by ut Peterson. who w .el
Xr-okly 7-1. It was lptching with 1l-tohry putaepectedhtolbe
Sld .al always has te C collected eight of New pitch e r the C

S hDodgers, even York's 1 I l a sd dou Roebutedk for Maple Leafs' Bob
,were kings of the five of tk even rus time New York .

a* Do r r cr aa- h fAnlyme nigee o rSIn ed A i
toolt Illhntl fa l c in thre fiet eIi oav HR fo o pes,,.ofies ye = a 0 Millr .W-l
"p onheoi nv enls Nh e ati eerWpl- tie &fye f r, Bian e. .gA td a. Pfs an
C Ionatby klngproveland ant Whs latels n ight by eos* g ia1

whonn e a t 1 e g o hs . ..l..a1a T 4t .of New p the Cifi s 0 d

wasfDd es e dv the nYrk s os ThsWinctr v t ted for |atia a Meapd HWren Oc ,ll El >
7--ew ntln He bo 4 tI in L Ohtr whlgog thr t to a Ps0hfs = 00m New0 Yr N OB Ce S (P crrh l

by sletn-btie on tth e o the O e ns e 0ee r0 0d. l 0fne a r hason knoe, l lau ur. t .
1'6 ta. reoledpt c doasoote acl inc he t flaa r r l ased losiert Memot L h h d. -- jb .n ".' 'I OM O .v s (

a"ededI s heTp fBotho al hosgr Rchest e he'0nm 00 0rt n i1" ch- n Irov off e iem twts o R tia-ahey c-K ThAe emm n rinied. .w',i
lead wirothea' airag e To n os d l euwob 'itch. lb w a .... fwr J4f l,1e'-bo"t.'rwm^

itiloc I e athe ,eae.oficiPtes miaofgma foiit edf theveh -r -m pma fort e
se. Be r ds 1 laelo HR-d on., s- nt.e_ Cht .s to fieTinl, eosa. adds m c eu l i '.). tUa.iS
ea o s a- aate, tedowi h oo S. Tthe 'an we t bo e SFrr Pr

e1 l tha ta The 34-ye-oA MotPe nelt em'.st eomes cwtfesg Ne -eiir -as. p .
1and 4etrlit d.a oere So T nso practically Cleveland's 2al Wren. m ad r id T R. af
74Clr 1or .Q n1 u18 n rouer L 000l St0 0h- 0 eerrin r ha koe as .dNrk" D' .

'ae.vas-ed.i. =nothe-r-Q when a d'moved n ev S ta l
ore Aug Le.e1re hsord se t pt1 Blkead How ard.v e In Pa a ra fobl wO Is s peci l d re- feoand mucof Gh e sea.Ti Id I sio

,m b I h is Lor n net He On ednon. Salbk of i n vriee 0oeee
I r ed In cas edni. ha w on. C r M at n fa1s th goL
V r J thes- TA btU onrm Mea 0 o t o 0 T e g 2 5t i t the re e t C sang ayse elt ta e bwtche 1r etw
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B.y l' 41 do re w owk thladRhan, h e -we i m in uteephbatouh a o n, byn oplfe aned ick I a t as taeh ee atw cr- o ea
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asgo sdethea7 11d.e lon.2 -nh t
agiloen'-p.c 1ed inmes, dade4p1a rtto G 4 Pe -ol Soyf .rn0 hds n h .--he san .I wA .C
i irBr le e wen hted a n we- atd vvd9 twh veteran fee| v reoftoiut.wIill o f ne o r on e o a ou gie

?a"me w se ioln Bo3 ndJ'.L denvrr c0 rtle w hee a en d 1o tr pnhee ..Isaae m e ios ue e o. We!5t i.,
I, up- s 'tea:.In Mhi ef sofie singorsof Breyer.oddWe
--K Weerve n League, whatse da rtf r n.

o n nte w iaitoed- la m hR elauI ally Iv et irred i-eltmo rrrn' the raoiaiul 5
.-resak. to. 11th t1 e h a m p h eap ,t u m .th. t ,r t lora. oo l 01n f .

d ,e o.ng -1. 132 game,m a d 453 atebats, 13 i t -wayerOt .T's a cde s !" c t Bboa a -d
TeBr h it escor, t esrns, 5 'as h t he 'oth w e w m td i r Y9@odi

circleeowhesrn headaT15 atng av trera c d rop yto eeasmk ncbe elmlerou to l l tgo dof se weo or f o u r tsi sIa,.)
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WMAT A R IF Relief pitching has been the story of the
wYork Olants this meon and the bulk of It h been done
-. by wiry Grilsm, left, and Hoyt WUhilm. (NIA)

Three Big

Tracks Would

Be Combine

NEW TOR 40t 21
OW `Clubr
SNew tork taeo ub t
wants to peblne' all1
under ene ownership a
them en a isrn-profit b
The three-man eom
reeommeads that B elI
Park be reulil md made
at a est 1kml"na
It wants ( pat a
tIack tnrd at a E
three-mlon dollars. Aq
would g. a stand-bI
and also be torn down
ubl is satisfied with
1ee truek Belmont -
Setropelutan area.
Under the rlan, the
Club would buy out a
traeku. Thbn It weuld ra
meat and Saratops w
fit l The committee
ghat would mean a small
ea beta and mMe mon
the state. It warns tat
York State may be una
maintain top-flht raol
less the traeks are real

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As maters turned t It wea have been Better for Ead SOUTH" as follows:
I'harl"sIM f ho Is" as"pased the tighat OlY, ON"ept for.
- first rn 'd when he made a flashy start, he was no maste CrIatobal.........2
eo e vcky Marelao, mad It came asn surprise to anyone i the Pedro.Miguel .......
Stadlesm. eunag" the victim, when he was counted at i the Diablo Heights ..... 8
ihb round. IOamboa ............ 1
el rls had weighed in at 192%. heaviest ever for him, and Margarita ..........
the thoiughtbehind the added poundage became evident imne- Oat ............
tey after the ight started. Charles optimistic brain trusters Gatun ............. A
nAMhld that a sudden, mstuprie. allnut ouf nslve, might aoWe- e
how-bring the ,bay. Dude from qincinnati a knockout. In the neao feature, REQ
S After al t e a mPion was a usly slow strt, and duction "SO THIS IS I
theM June eight Charles. who had upset the dope by going all LAGU"wIsll hn
.100 p.l sgC1iai 8 SIn;iAtp t attM SI
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W ari.. houeaof low ,Bcky. etw. garit- lubhouse or call
But atter the ir rouwd Charles was no longer a forceful S C staS or39a.
ni ,ce and the only reason the end didn't come sooner, in the
V'W next found n fact, was that Marclanb has yet to learn
S rto finih a-stricken fighter.
S Fitollshly, Charles got up almost Instantly after being sent
to the fl r b a aeres of rights. Obvouly. if this experienced
i. lhter had had isa wita about him he would have taken the full
Sadvantae of the count. Nevertheless, the champion let him gt
way. Moreover, Charles was on the attack at the end of te I
round. .

Again in the third Marelano had Charles on the way out,
Only to permit hit to slip off the hook. A typical two-handed
outbust had slame the challenger into the ropes, and all
that was needed to complete the leep-producing process was
another m el-tied s acuotadly thrown punch.
S' But 1 the Broekton Strong Bo gets a man going he
Is consumed with a sort of frantic fury. and he starts to brain
bhis aea tp from IenPor. In the gym, he Is cool, calm and
colleted; bur under e'n he can't wait to tear the other guy
to pieces. In tlia rtil ar Instance he missed two wild, sweep-
: na punches. the breae from which must have been felt by fans
i tting in the distant bleaches.
SIn the smith Charles ripped Marclano's nose open with a
d shing left and the blood streamed down as it an artery had
S been severed. Some minutes later Charles opened an old cut
.- over the champion's left This combination of sorry cir-
matanaea created the only other suspease the battle was to
: now. There alway t danger a fight may have to be stop-
ped because of open wound.
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However, before this danger had a chance to become too
'. t champion put an end to all such fears, and the
SIt by stopping hafOlb In 2:36 of the eighth round.
.: mpn had-been mote a less in control of the ring from
3. f roWnd and now he was operating with something akin
to' and he seemed to have a better understanding of
Wh earlier, he had been concentrating on the head, he
now wokd on the body more, nd when Charles dropped his
S uar the chami switched his attack to the ead. Presently,
S ti oP la a 4nd once again he astonished ringsilders
15 UD" asUo soon as he could-, instead of takhi "nine," as
,.' iiad was the fnal and finishing nuneh of a torrent
H-d d Charles for the knockout a few moments later.
'. sibly hurt and he was well beaten, but he still had,
sea and this time he eleodd to stay down as lor as the
aows. He seemed to be stgglng to his feet at '1o, but
rei tee ruled he didn't make It in time.
S Tire was no prtet from the challenger. In fact, he seem-
s t eased that the ead had finally come and that it
I-ot cealsry for his to atop any more punihe. It
Ihea begtnnag Lto remember Mhi Uta round
-iMht n the hampln DUte*ay kaod dhs face '
Never a fighter who caed for extreme violence, the
B y Dude bowed out almly enough.
wUhAer Charles ci have beaten the 1M oat If he had
dn't antc he wasn't going anywhere, anyway.
ai aft ner .is -flrst-reand onslaught had y -
Uthan I sa mAry advantage hi War reei ed to
Se was not the boMl. ga ou
0hq ben in Jha wea tDIn n te
t.m waas agfl the

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mk e eD 6e5r and year out, tha
nd ra It also ean ban awful lot of
. .. you hve a A J
e ,e payed In, manad or
on ce World Series .
V.F me that I hold-
R0a-,2 ot 'for plynI them. i s 'o.
raeg the field in ;ee -
Baot w Not once during ts game
udAIS did I tak-the field or aft th
V bauW bech or In the stands wt1: Q
it.he aluin tfat "twU is Jut. another
al game.
In the. Of all the eres that I
been In or seen, the 1094 ed9
between the St. Louis Cardlna
loekey and Detroit Tige sticks o, n
nillte memory. I managed the Card is
s Bel- and the Jdb was much more suit-
ithout able for a faney beaddoctor. The
eays Cardinals of tht year, you Aee,
ler tax were comprised of the famous
my for Gas House Gang. They came close
t New to driving me crazy.
ble t Diuy Dean himself was enough.
*-i That was the Series during
which 01' Diz put himself in as
a pinch-runner while I was look-
ing dowl the bench for one -
and promptly broke up a double
HA play ,by blookink Shortstop Billy
Ue nRogea'a throw with his forehead,
a low that knocked a million-
dollar pitcher colder than Green-
.AGU land's icy mountains.
AGUE After the sixth game of the
iseven-game jiet' which we even-
r ]tuallywon in Detroit I told Dizzy
mo tat he had beat get himself some
"m ..nsleep that night.
tit "Tomorrow will be worth $100,.
W vo 0 S 00," I said.
LOl This impressed Mr.- Dean, of
OLUMN course.
,"I got a date tonight,'he said.
The next day, everybody was in
1 p the clubhouse at Navin Field on
3 Oct time-except Dean. He showed up
SOct. 10 minutes late and 1 was fuming.
3 Oct "Aw, Frank." he said, "ealm
5 Oct down. 01' Diz is pitching. There's
6 Oct nothing to worry about. Been out
5 Oct at the Ford plant. I can get Fords
for you and Pepper Martin for on-
aro-" Iy 750."
l.TLE This, before a game worth a
locally. cool $100,000 to us. Dean was driv-
Car- ing me nuts so when I began to
go over the betroit batting order
is need *ith the club I made it look like
Z a4a" "wp as toI
wat and D' D* I' .urry;
m the As we left the dress oon heb
e Mar- sidled up to me.
.azrpix)- "Frank," he said, "nobody can
pitch this one but 01' Diz," but


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A MILLION DOLLAI8 worh of pitching talent comes out of a
fog as DIszy Dean. on ground, is comforted by Manager Frank
Friach after the incredible hillbilly bioke up a double play in the
1934 Series by using his head to stop a thrown ball.
I cut him off quick. vorite pastime of making noise
"Hallahan deserves to pitch," blowing someone else's horn-a
I said. "And he'll murder them." tuba.,
A few minutes lt.er, I T He stood before a microphone
around for Dizzy. He was going ranged around by p whirring semi.
to pitch for me, of course-,auou- circle of motion picture cameras,
dy else. and blithely announced what he
I located him standing behind oard hi teammates were presently
Eldon Auker, warming up for De- going to do to the Tigers.
troit. Auker was something of a This, mind you, was my start-
submarine pitcher and his motion I ing pitcher in the biggest game of
had Dizzy interested, all! But he could pitch a bit We
"Is that the way you throw?" won. 11-0.
Dizzy asked Auker. "You ain't This was the game in which
gonna beat us with that kind of Joe Medwick, with a chance to
stuff." break the Series record for num-
He turned to the Detroit dugout her of hits. was ordered from Na-
and yelled, "You guys better get vin Field by Keneaaw Mountain
somebody else ready. This guy il t stop a vqgtable a.show-
inf't gonni do at ll ." II le eo.
Dizzy was only 23 and a bit Muscles Medwick had tripled
hard to handle. The next time I and as he stood over, Marvin 0.
caught up with him the incredible wen at third base he moved as
hillbilly was seated comfortably though shoving the third baseman
with the band, indulging in his fa- away with his foot. When the

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Last Wedi d n tht will beL AriU!et
a pight for ta .tidwera of thea :ta nal. -le f
Co p LOege to 44wer V o tarhe
remember aa t to beat ftor Alleys 4 was
some time to come. The Wood- Woodch w ntto wor
chucks starred in all depart- 'Buckeyes.
ments. .
Bud Batler had high series of On alleys and 4 the teo
6l67 and high game of 248. These tok two pnt from f
are both top scoreS'for this year os (R do. 6).
so far. Bud's apmes were 214. 2481006 Ra d a
and 205. For the women, MartgesO'M tOmr the
Harvey had an excellent 6o0 With'Mbile1 C- } by
games of 177, 187 and 1 K. Kay -Doris Heuo wA S
Pllebark's 222 game made her te Hot R
an outstanding candidate for the -
Classic Le zXo. & ray had a very Alleys 7.d fouInd
nice 527 aeries. ta knocig out a
Both gala are on the Wood- tory from Pan
chucks team and with the help Theta and .alrge icbks
of Bud's 86. Joe Fllebark's 25 fighters for the ea
and Buster burgoon' 629 went,572 and 471 respect '
to work and knocked out a 2778 Anderst n 'n ata
scratch and.wtih a 285 pin hand- were h for th Pnfhiih
Icap, it gave them a 5o63 total 515 and 331. .
nins. They took 3 pints from I"-.. ,
the Buckyes. Harry Klumpp's The Leiuet'aftndin 1 a#
534 and Grace Dehllnger's 375 follows: -
were high for the Buckeyes.
Alleys I and 2 found the Lucky I............ Lucky 7-
Five remaining in first place in 2 ........... Woodsc -
crowd booed, Medwipk offered to 5 ...............' 1-
shake hands and Owen declined 6 ....... S
the invitation. 7 5....... ".oHi
That brought on the s h owner 8 ....... o
when the Cardinals returned to .. ....... Pan
the field. The Woodchuckas &
PeptEr Martin ran out f r o m h igh 10 with a 101s0 t
third ase, where he had been ,wiht 9h inh ip ad 1
fielding balls with his chest, andT his Is i gitfo the ar,.
Joined Joe Medwlic and tVThis a 10 for the hf ,-e
bleacher customers in a pepper .
game. They had a hblh old tme
tossing and kicking rutabagas and
whatnot back apd. forth ujtill niii '
Commiosalafter Lftdls, told Umpire L I V iERS
Bill Klem, to-get MVdwlck out ofl ERS
there. A
The Detroit fans did something STAR
the Tiger tchers couldn't do. A n -1
They got Joe Medwick out. i A CTm DA I
I've been in and watching the I BAAl L
World Series since 1921, but none .
compares with the one between C'
the Cardinals and Tigers in 1934. $N E
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OLDS NEWS CONFERENCE At Kansas City. Mo., frmer Prague government Saturday gulshed Colomblans who will inTor of. P.. ..r N ,-
serious Illness and operation In June. He Is showing news- w~e o e alwtmeyeke|nd oaeiSedSbyeCzc ahebodeufqo i Frein V e V ietntam's d go m
.uenau during his sickness* immediate release ss 'El Paname" route be. The riots took eee l bule thMoe
TheCre were no new dvelorment re tween Bogota and Panama camps eabshno p

f I and eengh r t ofo b laooa r coh9s real. i o ao euse 'o nd h rae bere
rIolsov sFn the cuasde following 'at d p auu'.... r "" "
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St. Albans, Long 9s1a n ored Por

s/etenSe O organize =d'.x-=-:.1==>.= |:SE%:^pc..- i so-,.=:. ^" a.:-v.-an Pfc.s. dG s a d 3*L W
Austin, Texas, were Ntionl Airport Building, ws un ws divided President Jun D. Armen The b

4 F r ns ben huar. veiled last April at te dedicationwhileand Ma el E. Adaador (h-ontor- part of h a d N t a
; d LONDONw.pt. 21 (UP) Britain calld a m i of n onSb hec -@ ( k d.nn honor of res n B o rthca t
o. vrrtWpr.rnt Bruseo A. Obre treaty nation e her today of ms d Rb oL and i o .
tnin- firt tep to tart the ball rolling toward a new us ord bry rom 8 to 10 dro o o orreatedly tat the La an re. e situation wicst

SU.S. protest note to t in the Blbaads the groupo of dEl Pnisti- Liing relative of the deceas- ler and several other tans and armored ca
EoLopean defenFe system even before the nine-powrmer Pragueards government Saturday guish a. Invitations whto te event are ed Lons have been Invited to were w wounded Saturday nit te street San
Jmeting on German holds hy first news conference since said then twomen were on the make a thiedAy Visit to Panamak Diin.VO I ft bloods hedece. when terrist tsed wo ana.
s serious had been takeillnesolandroperationInAJune.Heinseor Inaugural in Vietnam's dayonder duardo M. ades into a garden during a. gov The
"'British leadership re e MendeFrance o a ts qu time. It demadeng tive in Panamaof red.. equipment on Avi-risis. of ter
,t C h gw o vAer m e.n s -tweendBogotaeandsPanam a..cam ps e ts .brish
ave ance Beum te bas or ne T he inaugural ft of te "El SAN ATO, Sept. 21(UP o the dead anO o was ot ath at te e tat "o- ste.

iwide+nn the Brussels pac ence la Leaden. m of v s Interests, for the Presi- night that t.e wry her husband raneral oration. Belous .mulec *The rebellious .a. minister ." e
nonly their nations now A major difference between te i nd dent of Avila sinc e in addition to b e Actor John Carradne brought suit wl e provided by proar were headed r Mi- wd tn
Already accepted by most of a leading businessmlot an and aflown bun- n g Cotlemanly" .ande f Fe

SPe nations involved was tat E- lee Derees dtorals. e own ar In te She refused Reto comment on a i a

rtal. teere wermeno new Rsvesopmes .....rNa fa1 a1
Instigating twh toat t Iy..o,-.. ',,

Sa. den my be w I to com- toda. nited Soap Com any, and the 0- actress said. w.a In .orgas hospital' today I d O ,,"
States ad Britain had plan to fly booka, pe and In 1948 Obregon was Mayor of er and father and my three chl. In a1-oot fa from a tree In
s tIoSed largely Cagre on brin. --At dKan sas oity Mo.nr it e oon bte d r lef- e i d l
vlos servg in Europe even es ching a compro- f lht w Itake about nine hour. A court call upon President ans." diton.
ce to the continent. .p....n.xtwee.l n..ere* The gtermrn wille e l made atonV. He p thea on of Barton Scottavehris ttodr l.giomo ere

4 Fen1 Poremer Pi ere po c Sre be cal l eave rom when t y Friday b Obregon iad the mem *Te wlay Mr., Carrade went a Mrine Division employee l The -SUb I l k
*ranceg yenterdpli aQ a pal e reach their senior y ear in order hers of his inaugural rou about th was extremely ungenmboyr' was tli bina tree pato.:
proposed expa ng e Brus nxou to spend their o the er e arrival o te e m anly. He filed for te divorce Ba b and Las es streets
em s syactanar Peyond original Brit- r m a lee on the campus. itaPanameno."ounbeknownn tok me." rwhwen t he e.e t
StrHe would delaeogt n anama. aps German mem-u a d s -
Siedile l as A aahip into NAt unti armah.de in and m il dve key points of to arne Men- toIea.l I AI e m
:":.West Germn US. oRune n Out Of Sky For Air Tra ic a
o vAerball,"mhad b ee n -ea ynore of hebrm l buld n tr te m ua dt e- te he nr t Die wa rn th toot la dz H8pm. me -' i

itain herself will sioin more eo te Coun of E6rope Were: 6 D LAn IAR N t
LnN S ep tr.21 the oldest r tta -rcal edla e tn go ednf om thesof ai Czechgorn-dentama's- vi a- tJosepio A .er ooDie.Is, totC. Vrra- the am tt oe. s Aongnthe _mn" "-r
'D Europeantdrusels trayonnataion the tdeneo sneA Satuforahhsid wl ebMran ruDrdLDane-idinoiwsideenro-maoie
eUbofefir.st weq t o s tat tth bals rolng towa ane wd to h et iro egronagri.s frm the p.stm a snho drclsa Meotantsb th i -
rreMothe1n=11190nofrtherAanam.airi ons gram-A

which pIh tAke zem u e, sainte rBalb o o o ftEl Pahns- rimteeetbefooetcheundeeaWnldnther

eb m eve ort nnepwrg uardsow her seirelsa.Pinvationstortevntwasnedtwrew
rO h l- r awe'eksidg hel to A eicnewav .the er vewenteuoisse- dtean sn srasee ,-an the .
PnaBritsh vea drha s tApr, thile Mendatthreadee ica in quesinin Lvi.a or. l

tantidsh ofad FntncerBegree t could form ti n o unaugural fa tofe sth e l sAN MA Sept. r 21 me -(UP)- of the dead n irmo was shot to deathattes-
and L o rot aateek o rzer ram(y Arnwh ericnh P h ids ro b a T man eo re athi t
onr pe-r nations o arymembers)Maor doede- was restored N G
d e b o e t e m a y dc p a a d h Et A v a c i a d d iti on-t o b e A c t o~r Joe nC arave rb r u g h t s uider ovi n go e we r e h e a d ed
LONDON. Sept. 21 (UP)-Britain called a meeting of Y v l A reception in honor of Presi-nWa9 deBns.a ow Ota F terCan V

b henal telved from the Czechoe dent and Mrs. Jose A. Remon eaUglyInse ny"80 i.
fi ps e lst eaynatos h ee t odayu in ac men$LinceASatraha,.be t aid ....

Wsrti nser citnta rdery p ol. imn wil Re u gven by Mr. and Mrs. 0-Saeubiooerardo L. D and pe- kindo of O it was d
E%ning first stop to start the ball rollingtoward a new o talked to Czech frontier rn eton F a r 8 0 mIN Itete

e.d.. ...sy m ev fore- p w erg ars la the sir etheBalboare Room of ElPans.-i Li rel veofthedee -
s defoneormore s-iste oen Tone n-awayva tArd o uro nstowa nc marIIvhninvaonau reh edlensssai tbt. Tis
metin ton Germey on-xt wmk.ea DevelopmentrsbeingssuenowVJoreSaave.ntheserie.
atle British leadership p ,suepthe Mendes-F .n c irceti si a sou iquestioni"ng. It asiveaninoPanama.cge n C Th e e ktter.g yerolebo d A l oyaarden-dAurringboy. r pm
i tatives o uf resrae, Belg iu m could f orm the wllng to amW tTheo anaugral.tflithofofficialEsaidNheATEOdrsoa-* list ofn the 0-"tr ` SA he re, it..h myr m.Theoth- de dren T~ o wa
States an d L ux e m bo ur gi m etn to u ad to n pl n tofny oweekkoels sul i a ndmI n o is8 eadeg o bwa s ma yc tr o e sa nd a thorrel asaid math eH e rreraa n c1-o fa ll f o a tr e in
"eemed la elyr--ag e e ng- in Louo medst. R o mfes in an a- B a n a e p i t n Ah k I
afrs .ons /erving in Euro p lan iaho es o rlea chingb os flaih w It e bune oressmanAaourtgrc-upre i e ly unnt aslem." dy. .t.o..
the continue The.a rmen illnae ineinvolvednwas th t s Reu m aln t. H e mowns f arm s1i p m. oe i .e o a t n S o t
j &.Fre. P e.i.m, le.r~T *in- Um idene woucdavhaveatherBro duylsFawthe they F day wl lfidepartmentsfofiCundlna cine ora t dv cneLfromas aradu Streets
e ,.spactifarloth 'Ile. originalra m &- tsr e d Germ e a- l on ; s .o m and is a the munberkown to .m e." w hf110, he f .-I"
TOe Lot e ro t o e t, goteqodtaem- rt' I 0 e o .
-- nee or wetB- itoloa,,e tion assveeibly0U(1Runeg Petroleum Developmentf o.,SkyuO Fts Ai rEe.TIIE
itamhers urepel o n moNr ol troupC and to controleilere: "y D ougLAS L aS n ombENn I mnee Co1 thenlost s aiaboutthis
pl ns Tr ns eyot e r s the better.eltN33-afr-old blon d A SMt-yf r-elds el
fca wsaynt den way.be wilng to om-iedSoap Cornany. and the0-.tess sai. ws In Ourga IompI today
e U ra no ln. .Britrinhadpla n. Gteat oriooksWHIpplGTONa (ndA A-48SObregon was4Mayor ofmorand fater and my threhil. _n. .,,-,ot al foma ree _n
em eoodlargeley'-agreed on' bring. Within_ on a brloaer s o'Md e-. rofwidors In an rair lifto tbe-IBogota, and has been presidentldren. All I'm thinking of now is Balboa yesterday.
4l9G"mane Indto N ATOmericdaer n a- Ta.anbie iPnUt ipeoe ic LL-e' n screen Tallyhasseet and the C-inof therColombian Olympic Com- the welfare of my th"ee song who The.boy ?James E. Scott, In no'
Ig aln:i rosy se al r ea to2_h _. rbeani tpusa mo e yng gn eral eIIwnt to raise -a good Amer.lon ere o be In eriousCon-
ii ofv ens- henrvr ntlnE urope even .in hopes o freachngw a'compron flghthwirItakeen aboutvroine hours. A courtesy call upon President.pans." i;tion.
clo r to..he....t...nt. b ieved Wo rk'sn i vnts0' aTheairlin e gover nanypse-e.m.-eIths.ofBro n Sco,
MA.Frence fremberh ies r r e tof discrimination w itn .. l leave from duty when a they Frid- yb Obioo nd Us mem- Me wly]r., Carradh wentala Mion employe.The
a'!rsyesh +..:. =59lsts-Vune le .rdsw apan reach theirpi onor year In orde'rbers of his inaugural g ro up,|bout thif was extranbo w.t
ts epurean.n. h.edua M ues-Fr anc erom s e t o spenom their lfat year Of col-eshortlysforethe snivel ofthe"1 tlemanly. He MW for the divorce Ba ony and Las Chwee Streets
act f zar ~onorinal Britn te r.-n.dyn m c nfr.-c r n at w-lege on the Camr ua. Pnameno" unbeknown to me" when he o zeu
,rp into NA until arms. The live k ey poutts of the Men- 0 a o t s am.'r
'a guards he a beasesdrs v-rmncePianasannouncedba nd- circlin ov r a nna

1.I'few years.e rhau steArFcera, .
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-i nbsre aiitoniu ke. e aI st resseda A spokesman for the Air Force
ma :ll tougmam seSeS. acrerss states the military case.

dafI t causee o too much other trafficnron
*rne .... tafc.--! in an area. Even some of ouri
tiomem '.A r e'WY must fly through crowded'
areas, have to be kept on the

t dScult for the experts to
-trher iatoe the-exact amount of delay work opt a new system seem to Aa Ar Feree epekt says it wi ary at thet aMlud. The s
Stbut CAA 'L reveal the ve radio, radar and palJ pI to have ending cear. of e nsew ein '
l :6 atim es last year lost 36 hours aid s. ith improve toI anc before he ever takes off, or anad m a
a In jammed traffic over Washing- eentrollers wibeale to even starts his engine, radio AN i. -
ton and N hours over Chicago, are efmkent muse of what mo a -.-.
O exm le. Those Jams wee r $ S is. Another major aspect this a the Air aFore
nt eu, by weaker. g a int. an Xpert adviser bem is very high attitude trat- th matter r.
New York City, NoroDlk, Va., to th partaent a control-above 17.000 feet. Up Ga. a Lryan, r., say
Los An Detroit sd San An. that n a few yea Until a few years r nla- "We an ia the promes of a
tonio are ~ weas where the d east f the few .ps e p U tedar air trleteB
Mn f l i sE air traf M Is e Is critical be e to be able to OE S a d nO the tN e fa the U. S. Thbs
S cause at SM lase ath a A.-a1 andete are MI 1 dr eap"rt
Numbers ,f MJt ald COmm at Mtl. There M a awr l sh to .
raeag a Ik aseair. j
Was ,. p; Ta.-o USIso SeNA
fad Nao T, on, an A .se Vies-rhasA=r
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