The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00513

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INDIhNAPOLIS, In, Sept. 22 loans. He said a 14th project MARSHAL' NOTICE OF SALE
(UP)-.en. HomerE. Capahrt faces failure.
eharged today that the Federat The witness, Milton E. Zerman, Notice is hereby given that the Motor Tank Vessel
Housing Administration let the testified the 14th project was a SABRINA, a vessel. flying the Panamanian flag, Registry
ovprnWent take the loss on bad 2W0-unit $1,63,000 housing strue- No. 75897, home port, Panama, R.P., a twin-screw ship of
vestments whift, builders kept ture at the Crane, Ind., naval am- 7,831 gross registered tonnage and net tonnage of 6,046,
profitable properties without pen- munition depot, with an overall length of 464 feet. built at Mobile, Alabama,
aty, rin 1941, will be sold at public auction, under order of the
Zerman blamed the Navy for United States District Court for the District of the Canal
Ca ehart made the statement certifying the need fdr expensive Zone, on the 28th day of Septeme*r, 1954, at 10 o'clock
ding a hearing of his Senate housing at Crene and Rep. Wil- in the forenoon, at the United States District Courthouse,
Baofig Committee, which ended liam G. Bray (R-ind.) for hinder- Ancon, Canal Zone, in the action entitled Redertaktierbo-
two days of investigations into ing the Navy's plan to tear down I laget (Hans von Rettig A/B and Wilh. Reason O/Y) as
FRA "w lhfals" on 40 millions old "substandard" housing units owner of the motor tank vessel ARUBA, Libelant, against
dollars worth of housing projects. Ito residents would have to more Compaftia de Navegacion Anne, S.A., Respondent, and
The Iniana Republican heard into his units at twice as much Credit Hypothecaire Suisse Puer la Navigation, S.A., Inter-
at least two witnesses testify they rent. venor, the proceeds of such sale to be deposited in the Reg-
boilt mor~ than one apartment istry of the court, to remain until the further order of
project and set up different corpor- Zerman said the units never this court.
aiods so that if one project fail- were even half occupied and the VAN SICLEN, RAMIREZ & DE CASTRO
ed the others would be protected rest had to be reduced. The in-; Proctors for Libelant.
from sharing the loss with the come was then insufficient 4) JOSEPH I. KINCAID "
FHA. meet interest and premium pay- United States Marshal.
ments on the loan.
One of the witnesses was H.G. ents the oan Dated, Ancon, Canal Zone, September 20, 1954.
Wittenberg, Louisville, Ky., who Capehart commented that if
iaid he made- a "W.ndfall" profit the FHA takes over the Crane
of $161,000 on a .W400,000 FHA! project, Zernan still will have his;
loan "* three apartment buildings 13 other profitable buildings.
setv p sparate corporations for
Capebart -wd this was a pat f MA
tei followtG by many builders I
wHo fianted more than one prof-
ect with RA loans a pattern
aimed at lvaging the other
b bddingl *Bone turned out to be 1
5srofiSable.
A d i24" 30"
"Wc~e trying to find out why
M~thft A did not.tie it.p a m it- fm ,
idhave the good buldigs a 0,
ablateral for. the mortigm efs
gthin budl," CaapeK lt M .s
*the FHlA gTwri have uaeo a
te common horse sense. 'a '
"I .Mang the FA for
poor Uindgmeat. -a The woman h ogoeI6 as ex-
lRt the FRA for al- pensalve restaurant and -6wrs a
to have a multipli- peal, then skimps an the tp she
ct tits. If one Sgoes 1l s the waiter may feel she is
U^ S a Ata a 8it bete econo al. But walters
wWII for It
Shrtbi e Caletart erit- If ye sem afeed to t at a the II -_ __
e *tt e PRA, a New Yet maus bt t y otwl be I I
he 1 t 2 3 apartment 'le afed OM .eN.. I Via EM-
tWith 14 mlliono is NMA I .


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OFt 0 Of pil; UilIS Senate SpOlR On' Whein* Coider Wheg
4$4^e.yn u*w McCarthy Censure Group's& rt I
massive, VMove To M ihgan .S.x -- .. ae.ah
ATLANTA Sept. 't WAlbklN991 A. 22 (UP) the Senate vill bq reconvened thority is put
obobusinesaboom intex w.SanJ.oErEd a fi cal b ein
ftt5l did SotetIH I M oe.Eitoday he favors a Sernate session goes out fron eaders h of both
S d nI ons wait. review ofbuinets o ons in crat Nv member tiof nI1m able to d Ing the re Floo wi be m
1d ere, eI h before Abalthough Gmerfo ithe specit al censure committee its report rlb y the end of this week, a. There will be few

dalhta-new the Per-a tin< transfer. *isipense ad North *nd Jobeph R.o Zprolon debarl Tere as little likelihood it stairs will have handradSelm
WIWeat Ut oSal vote oh frli .th e Uhs completes its report on Sen. s o be made'publi before side. There will be em
I. tabula, elaborate min ie ctiviti t t n wonder the reported. ob next week. bells to bring help In

wre baa sda Adrled.C eekD Most"mel he mah o phrou-h T *
Pete-asdpato toat t o The North Carolina Demo-eetlost 'ig peaed h the na w
Ad-epatld iVbuearlied out Theudepartment's rtery aemer by friousmntb







cahe' Qouhlm *4et meaaress tant'ar review ofnty busnes =ann in keep, an member ofh Sg rerrofae h tob e e g th s o pdic ate" wofld hnt e tw ee. Trel bfthse we
ada% ve n aafrF c d, e c aso iboer Alabama t FloridabG.aMis- mteer cmrid alo s nigd the ts o | 1
Per.edha mrethn oule snc weni soud etrntode anA Ad AV W S
Its mteneeawxto si e t the Per Aw aa livei tal starg tes o 2L,0a0 T h and' obj en Eroln o= Mrewaslittle likelihood JItsis. w h |ad
A1trmye laat an le rek.t offetle vote as Sou Carolinaid the Sutheast's when th e Senate rn vene would be made 'ub1iT before l l
ag tablate, elaborate g movingme la he busine ro activities taoe"0dat an w considerD the report. e o o t week.bl ln b
I ded 1%jCDA "extremely high ma rk" th
=AX3'uA~ytltMnJune 1154.'1 m~ Statements by various sefla-

Sredres d b icat had to b e I tor Indicated0.per cent the Senate is ininisai l week he-oesno
o D O 3to weenew longer in u t ehe nub er of unelcy- widely split on the subject of r
edhad more than doubled sice when it should return to de-dI AND
rMd 2 empboes decided 1953, from 114,000 in the seven cde the censure -uestcmn.IoAS



ato wi-th th-e FCDA and live states to 229,0000. TexTnes ee's job. Sen. Edwin C. Johnsn I( .- r
a48 t C a de e rsla thenac less increased more than EE asr per Co.'e. vice chairman and senairm Aexn e1 T T
fmilea sin homes in time four the cen t, from 23.000 to 35,0kwhilefr Democrat on the commit-e
youngsters to attend opening Georgia's roi lotte; Cattaga, 5,'tee said last week he does no OCTOBER1 T TO I 3R



rof school afte r labor Day was a 00rs A ifo to n33O el00 e hin klieseions homtldtee g l F Pr i
major problems Far incoilme slipped 6.4 pron t held pi lsesio sh te eletionul b
An s0was sent to the Bottlee cent Ifn thedp figrt objmtctn metiln fer the elSoect n. 2 Fe Prizs !t s a
CA rentek Roal Estate Board. Then a. a- 3eo e compared with the correspond. Jhnoersi i cone su a ot GER SEWI.NG MACHI
o s ove rnws c obedfor hl e E. s dedg sao he n perlon i n 1h3 but toair ineg d potfilpr issuine shouldh not toal
lnow Poats of itat stora ner foma $12490 l00 W p egt biia p safer emsettled In an atmosphereI r nmmm-mm .c no -o- "
Edoqasingtosn anr doe sthmabe liin h e bigg ere i do asst dro pe ff per t highly charged with politics.
gired iw lig from $226, 2031, to $1 4espect 0. c t He also' pointed out that lanyl



gal soe events on the p irst dayrt of business at sincororeon Thi rose 4 4luen aOrsoll ber b capi
attle Crkp th e obeFCDA was 'oNEWvn oitnm AQATES areon this va Army o hospital p er' cent In. the io wthi n drin Ot b er
Boray the slalioe, d o nl a td o ohadeu errgerca. t Battle Creek, ihch, where a hurricane was the first busits Georgia showing twt i n-
ca onew tgl and luroom bee t crease, rn wit th dcet *n Chairman .AleO 'ander Wiley,



edpangirqby a devastating hurAricane and were msplaceddnumerous open in Washington at the Gen- a rise of 16.5 p centW a o the enate r-
resident Eisenhower asled Val cra tesrstiolhadp.. be opened. eral Service s Admini station andt the .t In Federal "Ree r v e' ei oRelamtieons Committee alsor
Petersn Adinitrator toan-Impo- 30 members of his staff will* ba inlv1of th V WIsOpposed 'to a pre-eleUthona





Peterson pme A iowe va1ued actioge n ofDc 1000 or ..c1. Isretie d to Heursthe Sncaet-
s aryroui Osafety measures.n tient'CpartVoLDpf t2nPs civilmMain to keerp in touhwithde. states 6petspassing met ars the at



hr idfr bl mune to. h cteswre mnark, :Yir- mihtogeerhdownIn t or
i1 meant longiv thdie ance cals defen program, Thus FC Au- velpment.eres. thn a red mingh hrl -at. og, W he mg boodw ihma foear
sto governors of all Neouw Eothoriesdecidedto set an o ,- a loans in the same s M tei I pleased Policy debate which mIg th
eland stacotesasignmentds uofny baaalse anddr ae aT. surmc nt to Ms orei 2 billion hamper critical negotiations on'
VALif TSAAON: He met an ex- tional personnel to theistorm area whdeh is 'a highly, critical tarvp pI'U O SOS os *Le Ge reamaent ues-
mSpeal of d resntralleatloa. and preparationhof Pdetailed darn- area. The law notaloQw11r ont lrtUdeeptionpadhossan.




iO M a evage reports. The ohb was done at gov- ernmentn asto oi d-boh rer it anc sen Ervin saidthis desire for an
oreAth-untail fon pounds of the cost of sole m shattered ner ves.c- stnruct r sano.the.vaatedin p over declibe-with a early session was Influenced R
U f Bl adbt0.a3 npra cenltabelowby'dchargespr that the censure
equ imena was trgtced 6 a00 milesSecretaries and switchboards s ope1ds elected.. a botn 0 .3nper





to thne location in two weeks. errors were new, file cabinets Peterson : eping an office ther naoe itotale fathe irstsix onths committee, headed by Sen. A-
S m e l Stand t batro ence ht o i thur V. Watkins R.-Utah, wasre o-
r d iora 1chournsel fAltog ad ronHowever 13 cities of 100ro t r t the o000 or created to "bury")the cen-
ad mmtohedpe egni she nehbie stei m renadation in the region e n re- sure charges a against McCarthe i-a





48 tYthear lv i a a cldren innn iaGdandmmind aTer ss no CLVEAo 0, thSe at horte d 1 a cege I Of H said locomohe Is wingnt mdee
48- Yeare Ollu dt P$nyv0indouDr. Samnurel h'eppard lost 22.8 In the valuation of eOnstrie- these charges "head-on". k





Sr nl h t f he ads s ed his bid fo r be il freedom under tion. The cities were Atlanta, Bir- However, he made it clear ii





40t000 o dsovslopseat, 0B manbyoungesthooer. 8and a hom ^nd, but te deofMirmi, reted bon tha te- NOTHEh NnEW MMBER
1hoe temilen ay e bohi bond yesterday and was ordered mingham Charlotte ChattaE ooga, he does not think I tis the g
The Mitio enr the Dol he Ron man mHeer o stand trialfor his life Oc i ar sonvlle noxville, Memphils, cO d 1tesenat




iom / ohe ban Deoeraly Philarsdelhh Home Builders Jusd gerEdwar Shi onefen dEaS bMabie,-Monmery, an | r I P C
s rds adbuered a wo ke h eIra r A hr aAo Dd Obtelders en the s
Sheppard's unusual bail request yle, Savannah and Tampa. should -be reconvened.
35 VAMeS F. biAUGTON sters to stretchotheir legs and for'h*despite vigorous objections by the





onU Special Correspondent parents to relax and enjoy them-! l0eh do l soath sdlawer, d pho n Under the recs s resolutaonSc R Q A I T
ae pt. 22r oung. A h ome w tho ai rWilliam J.. Corriga who said he 65 pr ent; airline traffic. CI





HMOSA. P a, useless. year2sx old ostrep at' lwe, dctn ctrri iyngr, AM a i Nn ces tr












Su Tro Ih bei seFidnnsil kep hRS. EDIT raE N sheppa -rdwsndedAu.1 St verlasing. Ad" ra -ds rn1stml- We"^ will ^-hvl pay ye Ma ag ,~
3. *as "not satisfied" with the de- both freightoandtpassenger, oent





Ma)_hathpforoyearsaIo, cueasbpopl te ngetolndernthey ac ciin and argudsm10Mnup44erctbtralfeight So e eol
Friedman's only build. quire ailments and dislike the hy utes after Blythin made his an- and passenger revenue fell ofrf SA sePeole





(Iil)-nth h ourad yeaiitrs at oa houses people ogetodr, the acdse- cisio te na ltetrtundg
ins background was limited to ar- sical efforthrequiredeinwain' g nr arguedsome10to12ndp44peracentbtraleightS AI'






while te men py the bllouncement.e 12.2 fowler1chperencent respctively.:
tahulwgfsome improvements on steps. o "The defense has offered no evi-






the family home. l 4. A lage p base ment providing dense that overcomes or over-__ F
But today thse lim, 4-year-old adequ ate storage space, recrea- rr e
time ~ ~ ~ ~ n rule thek hpresumpcitoionooulofeenghermemers pt
gracdmother is workla 16 hours tional facilities, a room for the brought in with the Indictment,"tARDORE,4tment of Old!U~b
a day planning, directing and sell- new hobbeis Amenican men are Blythin said: AND NO(1W..*1108," a locomotlvee igino side-
an chi heoes in a 138-unit-de- developing. "There Is no queston that the 1108" a locomotive engine sade-!
cuin dtllngradtbailevenI0 sLAs has retired to become a pub. :
onlyrecently sheDcompleted As fAr the ladies, Mrs.Fried-ledege
Ge eOtly redvaleeddet T0kc urtarLoantsailtv frt
a$1,,400,4000 development of 108 man believes they want a home deIfpofrs p~do NTE E EBRI
homes a 1ev-miles away, with a touch of glamour-a point fne n twsntpoe. fe 2yasad10~fl U
in his chair iles, 'Old 1106" was giyen to this,
than business began several years fail to consider. She has discov- afe ythin's announcement. Ear- *~ '~a~city bY the Santa Fe Railroad to UUkE 'A R I Et IEN
gvo, Mr's.,Friedman said, but it ered that women like such extras 1ca, i ttrespr *or emone oIrak.ea h
wsm% utiuml 1950 that she decided as a large bay window in the liv- more than a dozen witnesses to county figons T R 6-CNI
Ito tales he big step. A fam iIng room and a choice of tile co-thsanheadlqrtlyciALI.n
flond, vito was an engineer of- lors in the kitchen or bathroom. clenched his fists, glared at pho- City officials said they wanted
to provide initial counsel- Altbough a busy executive, Mrs. tographrsor tired at the floor. future gnerst~ioi~s to know what it Is a pL ~uxmL,,tq~..prk In foto aaFsle
W. ut'from the beginnngshe Friedmian still keeps her f11 v e 'Sheppard was indirted Aug. 17 Stiringrh dlut-dies s 0erinitag W llo..a 7w~fane~,
husudirected and supevisealcide nmn ssemvsfrthe Indepne e Damurder ;o Pay Yd
die L ht.poet~..abobt the nqw Commnit t. to' 136 :0 ?I!tie..k ~s:
THws FIidms ad that talkin g than~e beads Is nine anerfhr nyte a e ner
wit 'thousands of visitors at mom- Youngest son, Roger,$8, and sev- but the Indictment returned
pie homes has convinced her that eral of the development streetsjal Patterns
while the men pay the bills, "it's are named for her children. _______________ nectnl
the wife who buys the family The only woman member of theAnectgl
home." The husband generally Philadelphia Home Builders As-difrnad
turns to his wife when it comes sociation, shvthugt tat me tr etment of,
purchasing'& house. the select group, "but they make!teteto
Ametican I mae buyers, M r s. a wonderful fuss over me." th ietse
Friedmanl aid havesera def- She finds the Same response Inthtieetd
huntiiag hn o r oaite .aims when they go -house dealing with men on thq Job. "tsN motifs of the
argo kitchen n because the a carpenter told her. d"you aski rnhCTL N.G
woman of the house spends s me to do things I wouldn't do for1Reasnc
much time there. a mam-and I do them," he add- Rnisac
2. Plenty of space for young- ed. brings to you '- n h rm Off
Sein Prince iie a e p.u
%WtU Eugene ...LAOrhsa
mdfa l' uil~ rs et'beauty
1Win fall Buiders LetIED~MAN: She 'Today 'everlasting L M and'his r
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With a girL The est Ne
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Stl. to c of the- .
IJ t- r"it writing for at
a"d John Ford Ws *r ifr -m -sed to be
Lt fiminy"The Long Grey telling an for stupid


t met' tr- 1orM War II h foubl w" ever
out for the occasion, with Wa nfoter asdifpt, GE
Sin West Point, do as the baum said "was.over som
Pointers d entific fad. We'd written th
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a l,*for.-Power sent for his So we
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Soe is telling the they' be F
Sther two h bop musild a this eM ont .
tM *riae o)walkn along Ing tobe se on N C. I
S as t t out of,.four th
t m y what? Som" ofa -txp. funniest stuff
SToe taI qu$,b rion Loi
o a r "Gurney.' Fri A
M++GC'OeXat("You Reteth e edow
WM,"M :_Would you e','so
1M attn rickt game with as :, ,,, ,
S:'t r mer e1 "Mrs. Gurney: Abba--n
SI ^. ee.twtM: +No, they last abba'l
or four days. And that's not a bad
|| t t Don't let that bother a wrjlr to make a livl
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On ee at the Hotel New
gan't o r iersghtevI ce m no gone
Siting o*dy iso joke. On I R '
> ? fe elf i the owice o tim ,llbign "-Pwt. "b
i a tion of books, I
-- b ft There's an ney. policy, and except for a g
sodian ad -boob on insects wko-s --*MST--be- SJ .
a bookm~owftshes and a book ontU_. .. ;
ant. rom thee, much y a, who owns a bi
ts because Fritzell and of the company that produceI
baum t 'Mr. Peep,' "Knqok On Wod and his n
,, gWally Cox. 'The c ,arac- picture, "prt Jester,"'-
ox a is that of a high he doens the am i
teachers and some most e hal ent a
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in oence. (Exampie "111 91irsnsMu
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theIB HH^ ^J^ hoe Sa wi bll S S.A n* aed it
^^ Pow W^jd014 m 4 U I rmd 4 -hf. OUea 3p a that atavistic male
~y ua~d 4~ ma~sa~e~t-O740am" nd' 4iiiabe4E4umhI(W on-s4 tkri
". Ue toiapt t nouse a3 n, tee the Fisise at to keep
-, nun84 Anotn.. ma use a troe an en."
I ndNm.- snorg id.s a Pi ow lovrt's
a sd and om 1reiomen prefer, to
re'-n be a regular m eetbg .
P11 gs. p I i fB et #.a4I0 aoters
Ijkuua at7:30*a'
Arthe Ft. Gullck CIub aiO I. M r.
be oneng e" 0 W Jerry Shears will be guest apea~* wjthetonaver
eand for next Sunday'; drarod. W 7 e a re forb* DgA a ee WmntlsFg
anl se one wa be = Members. to attend are for b th fr iaee eo Won %oil
by calling 3-1W4. sin o toe t Iallt
I -E Lecture q N a Wa withe aig ISso far as
calm by Aipe. y'TAN* eraetiwi wives are concerned.
Wr alaa Eurd Z ktott nJut Deing uarrWeaIsWt Eneugh
p. ,: : I. ava -M and k roce-t
ngageeL B velea dAt Ca s ete M 1.Blgare s me men even think the fact
6 PC Nat.,al-Histry &dol at itheymarried a woman ough to














da- atd" S vaf0 vtfl*? 8p~m sTheio Pa-^^ fo eran~li loe
day at San 8 P.M.- The meets at %or- be proo e they loA a
gasMemo ABut no woman willing to
oThebabrfr the wit efber nama ligna ve.Woe
ofe thb H. th e- ar fc Aar want to ear oaftenthatt hey are
oft9; Pana --- a er. aaad loved.
qF toimlw at the tata Then, NOW Ae lopsthitn o isB
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Cht.M orb S.adWr.Drlhsh r o Hra aghtra Pnm Co 9tillon club e mahn'Bb ta vary that* heo never worries,, 01 ^ AC
wiaec bo ld S at i l irn- cclub t wife with his troubles In. a
Jil ah rdsaibald ance-of his love. But women bay
an Saturday it seas Brooks A m 3. ci& rgkwisuchi notion. i
Golf Club. YOUNG- ten-agers an4 their hua a itrpd, th e
T 'Pre Royal Sultaes will furnish paernts Will Ase glad to know to kno= ai wh. te
the music. there's a we at d that ae- .
th old 41spuBride musoiwan ew. d a brgt a lipstick Another sign of love that iswA
B ridge Winners shaft shall a beginner use.? most sure to grow irksome with
The winners of the duplicate. ea -, '- I 't yrs ia man' Istn
dbriM. ad l plyedeac h fM n- One firm has a i k. that th ly his wife can cook to
^1^; a n C* :-day eenig at 0le tivlt GW oet IHE akeSmb boic just h V.he ens th uilcolor please
do at ?m.W re 0t-hf woman shown of the r and i laterilnmge It aea a
~ .~'-...M. MeMura it r. WPi. m 39010 to find.but the all skim tones. Foruitterlng Lor
foe ab__ut t #kps9beeW arteera-agerx, lWs, made *end rem evr 16,
laMck VS. anftcfs G. a abutSh e Sh k aonala edd* ty twht icoihat
Getman 'with Dr. It. F. Holde; wears. She sheIld know what is with pure lanolin natural so taken out dinner.
third Mr. and Mrs. z. Kohn; meant by "denier" and "gauge." ening oils and quality pigments. Along with-a husband's
I Mrs L. D. Boney with;Ad the exact diqrence between threa ithe ahbd'others sorn
Mrs.. vi s; add fifth Coin. 'fUll-fashioned" ayW, sea ma 1eas Later on, when the teen-ager Is signs ct love a woman would'Just
wander aug.s. A. 1eitel. stockings. Such knowledge t an old enough to wear a real bright as soon *t along without.
tt'W ..ACI RIGGS ILIARI* cut their wedding cake meanfa lot to the budget. sbade of lipstick, she can use
#T. AIthis. beginner'sHILJlipsctticeirawddingcase
to Wria linature bride-and-groom which samonth before IAWC M0a106014 The loopfortion ypu a in this beginner's lipstick as a
flagO d decorated a cake at the celeb atlon of the Tea P your sweaters to the same coat P
golden wedding kinniversarY of he roo's grandparents, Mr. -Tho= it o dtPAM P RED.,N,
andthe.rom'tgao aretsuMrte Aa nt i j ppp iD3 n PIM d in 30 a For the teen-ager usingatue AM P RtD.
and rs.R. D Arildstg.Adeings &zbiwg difference is of lipstick for the first time, re- TH&EVAY-YIOULL
onedits embrshi t9~ch~ that much finer needles and yarn mme o:at~l~i ih LO HSSAO
Sept. are used for hose. go uge% itwithh a
Set.40 tells you how many of the fe p* between your thumb and
J~s~/. /ed~,needles are used in e ch incad first two fingers, resitigz your lit.
eadnt Revealedf o th stckngufbrc.tie finger on your cinans
n s General of Peru in Tem higher thenat2 numbeadinginfee as you apply
A, Colon and Mrs. Jorge Leguia have i a pyarea. "ae the lipstick.
5 =3 AirAweannounced the en agent 4the* ruintoaclimite ara.ingm a 66-
nelee, Mix$o Maria Ester1!r gau q stocking, havia more Start at the middle of your up- so
o0- of Lima, t Mr. JoseIL Vao is much lie thana Sper lip and follow your no al Speal
rdooble-ring ceremony ot the afternoon of Sept, 5 v oili dat fo PlD3r.. h lip line to the right. Come back
T' d l aou Bee-ringceremonce ',asef Lrbbopo, TexaS, Lt. wIs Nodate has AreOC for the h'Denier" describes thoa weight to the center of your lip again Monday thru Thursday
hie ha eillie nwaxari to Miss Maan Le og or thickness of ylon yrn. A nd repeat the procedure to the these can be had
s~ianLee Drris IM, stoejz.]bay s f left.ee Thenha
rl ~ Lt. HI and had received the wigs and Gastesaere. Have New aso left. Then, apply the lipstick on BALBOA
estedant. Be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 3taul G your lowqr lipusing snol Service Center Upstairs
Rv f of, Balbee. The bride Is the daughter of UA. ro hive antAoln d the o'A 15-denier yp' bpIt an a 51-.syourow 1i u
IM. s, VSN, and Mrs. Derris, who are new living a, dadghter at Panama ge machine if be a very o troo s o side. Make. your 2 9
Navl DM~.~,on atrda. ritchb bp~'it: hAsLless Appointment 5
Nrt,. List. Portia was formerly staff secretary at onSaturday. dbkftib bt 1 th basic you're in your early arlm n
tofutrou-ftowmem ersk rre. L er teens, acquire the good babit of
eto erer ~ Amenfadafliaiathb who ret a1d on a machine, blotting your lipstick after a p Br. UTY W MgP
tt- tLubbock R.d iM ead f 4ipedi e ping it and you'll never risk a.mbte6f r
ow ra ties kw r BM lbo a avs having thit smeared, untidy look. Op U a. tov40 i
Th personnel and their famns.
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WEMON'T WANT ticIMU
A GAMBLER out of'-OU!
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i t, "BET" youi'lpk
ytif for coming teouw
_PAL SALE of PLAYIN6&ARDS
etsrnbrtti:nge, poker, rusi,
uJWWbIack and plastic-coA d)
SCOtXEFADS, CHES 4ETS,
RQVLETTES, CHIPS,, DICE
Sand everything you've beetftedi*g
to entertain your friends at home.
ONE WEEK ONLYt
Playing Cards from 346 up.
Chess Sets from 1.2$ up


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Stronger Every'ByI.
?oSvuands of babies through; the world have
grown strong and healthy *Wh LACTOGEN,
the milk most similar to Mothers' milk.
,, LACTOGEN is now enriched 'with vitamins and
--s-i fIron to guard your l.
V6lnst onemla and nckets.
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cUT1iw vePU. late Mr. Rridqe. *- --
aH t or was Mils Car-i Paternal grandparents are Mr. Miss Ruth twI pr o At'
0 Lqbocs She wore a and Mrs. H. If Thomas, formerly lanic Side bpaat best fv&
Slredi taffeta. of Gatun but npw of Arcadia, it with relatives in Chicago, 1m
Xa was a pink taffeta Calif." and Ft. V. Belvoir, Va.
c e inw seed peaig -..o-
as she a d paink carnations. Son Born Yesterday for Vacatimons
at tr i. illiard wa To Wayman tuI or a 'Mhrs. Rafael De Boyrie of Colon
LA &rt Ofg of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayman sailed Sunday evening for a visit
Pas '. ,- 1 Salhas, California, have an- in Canada and with her daughter,
allowdag the ceremony, a re- nounced the birth of a son in that Mrs. V. R. Robbilard, in Port-
ceptieon was given at the base of- community yesterday, land, Maine.
fleersela's* where the bride's table Mrs. Wayman is the former Sel-
was centereed with white carna- ma Thomas of Gatun, who with Mr. Gil Morland left by plane
ad chryoanteatmus apd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Monday for New York where he
festr a tiered weddiag cale. Thomas, now of Artcadia, Calif-I plans to attPd the World Series.
Ar the cake was the mlniatre ornia, had just received news of Later he wll go to Pa hurst,
bre and groop which on Aug. the birth of a neice and grand- North Carolina for a time.
b had featipred the golden wed- daughter in Ancon. -
dispg tree m's r a rna Beta SIMa. Phi
Mr. an Mso, B. D. Miss Brickman Returns Has Bowling ort
.Seville, OhW. Mrs. Miss Dorothy Brickman return. Beta Chpter of Beta Sigma Phi
Ivan had been present ed to the Isthmus Punday aboard held a bowling party receptly at
Ito Se with her husba andA the M.S. Bonniville after an ex- the Margarita Bowing Aleys.
y s-m, David, to help hr tended vacation in New York, Bos- Miss Lenoev Dough bowledthe top
ei te their sh an- ton, and at her home in Martha's score of the evening.
aJyi Vineyard, Mass. She is the as-
as also in Lubbok for sistant to Rabbi Nathan Witkin Others attending were Mrs. Tru-
his s wedding. and program director at the USO- dy Gibson' Mrs. Doris leeser,
The Miss Dorris attend- JWB Armed Forces Service Cen- Mrs. Jean udge Mrs. Joyce Burk-
ed e Jtnter College and ter in BalboaL art Mrs. Jerry eating Mrs. Ani-
Washi o hand Lee Univrsity. In the Unit States Miss Brick- ta Oberholtzer and Mis Jeie
Reeuy se hbas beer d man present naa'lctures for Gardner.
ate 01a"i of at 1h0e 1g8 D. the benefit of u ityorganir.
eate eeral in Wa nations, illustrated by her colored I
Lt. IllBard also attended Caal slides on Panama. She also serv- PDrt Bids
nm Ueafter grada. ed as summer program chairman I Property s -
ting fraBae Bgh cel. for the Martra's Vineyeard Hc-eA I
Forber -away costume on brew Center at Vineyard Haven. Open At Corozal
I w1 t tri ot C 1 o r a d
uj -f' Mni. D!^arAn invitat1W to bid on three
Aam~Iid nay blue st- r,, a .'differ-ent saLasOf I or-lim etcess
^"AS ^?^"aceseres W I3 ueo r.-^S^p~~
~ ~ ~ ~~' ~ ~ personal pra ug63.
ST. 00 e t tobal. CAm Zone dge 15O are lots, w swindoy tby thie
Jst. inWas I irs Z iks ~s?^yss
-aAx a SaI"asts grh sAt pertyDI Officer, Core-

The first sale, in which bids


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in quintupilcate must e aSi
mitted by Sept. 28, cibnlate
20 lots. Thirteen lota of p
ty compromise the
and bids in qalntu at mi
be submitted byOct.-lThe thi


Y4g6, WO CALUMET--the dooble-
- biig pow^r,
yow bqb isgm teo.w
*S -ner Ught and lsciou
W Get CAUiWM da*yl


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COLMANS AZUI iSLUE
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Preih's wITA.IC diet ot,
Seed end iut wUill havs fOM
vale sad bettwr blthl'

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your hot starch mabms your wrk aa


Quee0b e- r Weler, toler .;; when
S're fried hi Parey. For PriMy is
aSight, goldes goedam t is e5 uwn
"y maws e afest.wee mdse
- ne for f inibe %& *. And Ws
do e b-utassfg *- for bred. ..
-10 booma Vi A
whilA. Heame h-em w edr1U
4-m osewr ofs low sCO.L
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fine &rf* product


magnificent pearl necklace ygl1


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C. O. MASO, S. A.
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PANAMA COLON

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IZRIA BC3AOhDE 7 Street t13
MOJMUSON iJaitJuul Av. & J St.
POW DOMT
jwt Arjt Ave. ad 2 .2t
i niuvw%4flARMAC!


' ator $1 $ Quortermaster
single bed and mattress $20; von-
ity table $10; taffettq(bluel bed-
room set $15. C K tor 5 o'clock
2-2695, House l,@-L, Gavilon
Area. --
FOR',SALE:-House1tid' furniture: 2
atdroorbms, kitcheri'ddiNehi room. liv-
lAg.room. Cash ahidiorry. Phone
"-_9376. -
FOR SALE:-Five ,4' 0" venetian
hUtds $12; four 'lrge wooden
sOes $5; two Q srj* s$1.50 ea'.
Must move.Phone' 1boo t572.
S FOR SALE 25-cycle Westinghouse
*wfrigerotor, porielEit. excellent
condition. 6380-Bi Cos Rios. 2-
2670.
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Cal Miner ls

Wile, Daughter,

WTas Owntle


VOUI itIWITt? ONE OF OUR AFUT S lx. O9f$ AT A5 ":l" STREET, PANAMA
CASA ZAiA6 Agena islatenuaL de PubileldeM | FARMACIA E8TADOS UN
Central Ave. 149 cCBtal Ave. 149 Central Ave


FOR SALE:-]1 9 Oldsmobile 4-d,
Hydro 8 ,if
Meadows,& 8 -
FOR SALE:--U dcarsn,bw pries.
PANAMA A ,.A, JM Ise-a
cisco deJ 4 v 't9, 4.
FOR SALE:-~i942 OMrndblIle 4-door
sedon, H drnbtic aidiae. Call -asetw
five o'clock 2-2695.1HOusS. 1574
L, Govilon Area.
FOR SALEn u b
top Conv wo-tn
miles. B lc.H 02,
Amodor b.'
FOR SALE:--l 9 WigiqkSuper 4-47
sedan, good condition. Bpst offer.
Phone B40 5 .:
FOR SALE :-Pwko d-I8'BluaeClipper.
Not dutiv idrnArnon426-D. Por-
tobelo Ste#t&245 b______
URGENT S-AL' E VIG: -- 1954
B u i c k RWif6- oo fnter, new,
used 5 m6nrt i'S4it8'to'10 a.m.
and 2 to 4 pftt'; a'f A AnfiMij' Emb
bossy, be'tweblt' mRiedo -AfiM$dras d'
Nicanor de Obarrio Streets.


WANTED IW


WISE, Pa., Sept.-22 (.UP) -; Miaeeai :-
A .coal miner today bludgeoned ..,
hI- wife and 8-yearfld daught- NEEDED: -~fi. 'etl- cobine
or to death with a hammer cords. Cal Menqgr t 412 Colbr
arid, then took his own life during thely,."- ";
with a dynamite 'blast that WANTED TO 1 Y.-Ag.oo:tape r,
scattered their.- eigt room carder, lo. -t racordng
hdo~se over a wide a used, in good cond itin. Lombardo
I.... Vega, Phof 3047".: '
hrtiff Rarold 1Miing call- _Ve.a, .
.'the deaths %I-eslie Lyle WANTED: .Vacaipo q eWbyl
S43,a. s trlpohline opera- AmerNcan c ril n E r tobecr st.
Cle Gree No children. P
to,- wife, r Grin 4614. : P ie
38, and their daug1 ter, Peggy, ....
a ~'s0ae of double.,murder and
s ,ide" Appleg dl Oln '
Aather daughter. Betty. 16,
escgaed the massacre by flee- | A |
in -torthe home OfJnearby re- IU f ,
leaves. ttl, .
"'ty, who said: her parents ro m
h been quarrehn, told Flem-
ngr -she awakened when she SPOKA as, Sept. 22 -
heird her mother screaming (UP)-A"ecan.n
in pain from blbw of the ard AppIle fl OW]h'
hammer. The oldet girl also stepped on soil here yester
aIse aw her fther chans- day .t 1 A4on,o f,4o
With t,1 hammer, t6er _ire re.' Chiness
a ,.-.. e, ^vs4Po ,r
ipffl t adrhe found 'a .- "- .. *" .
ioodtained -timnmer In Applegt bys, # r net it thu
i t lBtSt wreobagel He saidVairport 'a w y t9idyedl&Id rm
Orn" apparenflt "'stood right er who ofibrcedr irh tWarfufll
ovar-" six cases of dynamite Ini "Why .r e You "eryilhr' he
the basement to set off the asked. "It's al.e ow,
blktn. The tw.b m ,ved y ar
,,f, rom rTokyo aiid tq l v1-ftir
UP officer said .d eutrge Ne w Yor e i
a et" of d mite was renited ..' .
amut '1 Inthe h0 ., Mr. t .Mr Appi *OF"hdd-Voo, 's
tpe ho .Ithe MrAd A a d io ii
It';,atored for .e'the piSeattle r
mflaf f A operate carriedd o frnO u r i e '.... ..h
"two br'" h- fod ,Ore ., bu came 6116 SO p ne
by een and wo broth when fob cancelled the plane'
era In this southwest Virginia scheduledcandingc theplt M ', t
coal mining country. .
S-- -- -- Both men-;o*kedtfred. A plepg
ate had losi10 pounds an his
2 In rFron n mother sqid. look like you
-^" ."., h need a gopd hpOecooked meal.'
tuI~llM ..... "They fed 4 w ce, Ash;, weeds
DUN m!CoYo ung >and a little-amat," said.
-- ..... -- "You wo-'t h^ {V*. eat rice a-
IkU -L m y ore,",Lri.-A p1 tol
Worker SUi OS hrm..v,.epe
SInest corn and chicens you ever
ATANTA, Sept. (UP)- Asaw .,.
1- year-old construlion worker Bath rtsc a .id A.bieved.
nd the mallnner of a fire extin- they were ,rolea *, cause. of
o yp-left'f from high the amouN ( Ab t !ut eir,
d block ase.
Blyd 1)Dixon IndfiiatlppaiNews erv.
l Ice corresapdneA 'sa the were
five missaofi"afs fed' prsoner
1 1 do" t with him Vt Cit6n- -
Al On offile "I don kfta* 'Wther they
Eowl were churd iwr iedital ission-
a s aries and3fdonftr.knew their
," Jnames," h1.betmaI'&-"They had
Ii "s Car:' been therthzea xad half years.
blood according t$aecap"-,soerces, and
o i- o e te t .Publicity
1it got me u -th ey. are- ztl


P A CIA ULUX
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" LEWIS 38EBVIC
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FARMACIA VAN-DEB-DUIS
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HOUSEHOLD XCHANGI
J. F o. do la naM Ave. No. 41 '


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MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
ACCOUNTING & Bookkeeping serv- l'ilu. Oceanside cotae,. &
ice. Graduate of La Salle Extension. Clora. B a x 435. nw ,


C MMERCIAL C
PROFESSIONAL


ni 782 Bafboa, C Z. Panorna .


FOR SALE
Miweenlaneous
FR SALE.-5 venetian blinds, md
lo I.r concrete type house IBolboel.
House 773-D,-Bolboa. .
iWMAND CLAYCO 3LOCKS!-They
serve their pu p eq: ,d -
Mical to uan. fI=o :4'X#"2O "l2,
,.$113.05 per thousand; 4"'1 "i-
12", $161.50 er theaisadCILA.
DE PRODUCTS DK ARCILLA.
S.A., No. 37-47 V Ispeaa. Phine
3-0160. :'
FOR SALE:-4,*p overcoots for men
,n very gO Idhiion, at 49th
Street No 1GI P;rn a By lding.
Apartment lw .'
FO&l E
Boats & Ml tbiru
,FOR SALE:-" Alibi 6" er, fully equipped. See at Balboa
Yocht Club or phone 82-2223.
TOR SALE:-Owie lot of motors 25-
cycle, 1/6-hp. to' 3-fp., excellent
Condition. Phone -Cristobol 1540.
Wanted Position
;ECRETARY, with exfrnsive exppri-
Sence Englis Sptish tatort
'nd typing, 'dsires position with
reliable firm. For information, caO
0226.

IO's MiAfton
(Continued from Page 1)
th$ newly-chartered Armed Ser-
Vices Local 907, today .,denied
.any desire on the part of his
union to "play politics with the
welfare of the local rate em-
Ccastillo referred to allegations,
that the Latin element among
khe' membership of Local 907
liag'been accused by leaders of
kLoil 900 of causing the armed
forces local rate civilians to ob-
oain a separate charter because,
of a desire to play politics.
"We have already stated the
reasons th4t hive inflUenced our
41claion to form a. 71 1 e1,-
Ksiation of local-rate worker
V the Army Navy and Air
Force." Castillo' said.
He went on to explain that all
Panamanian employes working
on the Canal Zone are eligible
to .exercise their right of suf-
irage.
"No doubt, they all have po-
ZWical affiliations which the
i consider sacrd,"'Castillo said.
,For this reasonL-;I think it
owfair that the leadership of
any labor tmaibi should open-
liy-or otherwise, compromise its
rnbmbership."
He said he hasn been and will
continue to be imalterably op-
-posed to the miring of labor ac-
tivities with political mtAters.-
"They both 'have their place,
and are both worthy of support
-but no labor union on the Ca-
hal' Zone should be used as a
'political instrument for any oo-
lititlan or political party."
Castillo added further that
the national CIO has .promised
and will give the government of
Pfaama' every support in its
fight to rectify treaty,relations
between our two countries.

SPORTS

A nine-yedr-ojd trOtter named
"Pronto Don".. has replaced
"Good Time" as the all-time
money wintIn'g "hrness racing
horse. Latest official figures
show Pronto Don has earned
$319,873 about One thousand
more than Good Time...
- Part owner Ray BennlRsen of
the Fairmount, Park Raceway
near St. Louis says an eastern
sy3tlicate is negotiating for the
track. Bennigsen says he should
know by Friday whether the
deal will Jell...
SThe Baltimore Colts have cutt


1aswarr "I'mn6 efttesa e', I'h ust the ir roster to -38 players by
tL wrtbwe trying to: thi That's dropping former All-America
"p .waoking. .E there one reas q UIa na.en e a md Elmer Willholte o South-
we.e no eyewitpMal and it was long," Applegate said. ,* alifoi d Maryland1
S known h level of "All want to do is fibe enter Tom a Wilhoite
Stbulding he plunged. American peqip. the .ruth. We has been injured mi of the ex-
-. ,r were held foes~ele rason- ibltion seAm -
aigabloodq0 a wooden because we i 4aficapus. Andd '
=ormon the dray down, a 2- that's the only rePaon they gave The Milwaukee Braves an-
s ntling b timbers in out so mteab tW~i'-,t en'*i~w ce that outfielder Andy:
bottom of evator pit were released. o probalily will undergo ana
i to cushion his fall. '_ atlon next week to cure a
They were taktured a ;ti 31',j alla_.t, Publicity di-
Ssa te y r had 19S, aboard o gate yacht no DviAon ays the situa-
the a pr on the along with merctt p n Isn't an emergency but Paf-
wlevel "sme soft Kramer, who alid "s released must haven operation soon-
Masad .. for work- la t week .1rA4 e a e, n g or later and it might just as
Kog. ell be sooner.






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VA' S PE ia UNI Seat-cerIAY
ra maSac --.,m.51,995.
IB M& 1 11 $1 M3.6


FOSTER'S COTTAGES, oa-mlle post
Santa, Clara. Low ratm. Phone
9alboo 2-1866.


SHRAPNEL'S furnl*h 'h us e on
beach at Santa C#ea, phone
THOMPSON, Balb .T172 evaw-
nings. .


;GRAMLICH'S SantorCIr*eBeoch Cot-
tages, modern coiveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.


WIlLIAMS SANtA CLARA BEACH
.. COTTAGES
St."Luke's. Benefit Aolboa,3050

FOR K. T
Uo'u__ .
FOR RENT:-A ikletW, 3Sbedrb s,
furnished in BllA l8a, 149th Street
No. 16. For inf&rmHton please tl-
phones 3-"002, Ponoma.


FQ RENT:-Luxurious house in Las
Cumbres: 3 bedrooms, 2 boths,
maid's rooms, completely furnish-
ed (automatic washer, drier, freez-
er, dishwasher). Large garden. Tel-
ephony Balboa 2-2833.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION q. 1. Just built modtm
- furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot,' cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
TOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 51st Street No. 2. 42.U
: furnished. Fot further details coll
Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
ment, 2 -baths, maid's room, ge-.
rage. Bella Vista, 44th Street No.
32, Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment, in
El Cangrejo, 2 bedrooms connecting
both, porch, living and dining
rooms, spacious kitchen, maid's and
folaundry room with hot water sys-
tem. For further particulars please
call Panama 3-4946 from 8 o.m.
to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Large 2-bedroom fur-
,nished apartment, hot water. Tivoli
Averue. Panama 2-0170.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, living-dining room,
maid's roopi with bothroogk. 47th
Street Nd, 17. upstoirs ,
FOR RENT: Laro bthree-bedroom
apartment with 2 main bathrooms,
diningroom. parlor, garage, bal-
cony, kitchen and maid's room with
both, garage, washroom. (Bedroom
floors polished hard wood). Third
floor apartment located ato corner of
Fourth of July Ave. & "H" Street,
"Aloha" House. Rent: $100 month-
ly. Piped for hot water. Phone Pon-
amo 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment, hot water, stove, refri-
gerator. 51st & R. Arias Street,
Campo Alegre. Phone Pon. 3-4242
after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-M o d e r n apartments.
Phone 3-4911 Ponoma.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished beautiful,
modern two-bedroom oportment,
with hot water, garage, oll screen-
ed, in residential area. Tel. 3-5322.
FOR RENT:--ln "E ICangrelo," mod-
ern, cool apartment: 2 bedrooms,
goroge, maid's room, hot water, just
pointed, $120. Phone 3-2232.
.FOR RENT;


.Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished :room with
private bath, Compo Alegre. One or
two persons. Meals available. Call
3-1789.
FOR RENT:- Furnished room, cool,
clean, beautiful location. 48th St.
No. 7, Bella Vista.

FOR RENT
Miscellaneoun
FOR RENT: WAREHOUSE. corner
Fiftieth and Twelfth Streets, Son
Francisco. F. ICAZA & CO., Justo
Arosemeno Avenue No. 1.

Pental Hygienist
Needed At Corozal
The USARCARIT Civilian Per-
nnel Office, Building 22, Post
ff Corozal, today announced a
position vacancy for a dental
Yglentst.
Applicants must be female and
be registered as a dental or oral
hygienist with at least two years
of technical experience in the
field of dental or oral hygiene.


Oaf QvI* Ede f
Don't suffer oned-
teslv There's a
Dr. School Ap-
6 ollance Arch S&p-
S ort or Renedv
for most every
commoD foot
trouble
Chiropodist
tassa*e
SCHOLLSp SERVICo
Ortop. Nacional
^W>Bija


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Ask your DBer for
the New W.diao oue

- tO.SET


for Home or Industry
Sets In -Minutes
Bonds like Magic
Packed in Randy Tubes
Ready to Use (4m
Wood, Papera. oth-

. F e Inc.
Central Ave. 7 1
TeL 2410 *
ye"t -~g
,


Lean Ballroom D d

Studio. will be
cloeed from Aug. 2,
to Oct. 11.
HlARNETT & DUNN
will bring baek the
latest steps.
In Paso Doble, Mambo, Gu-a
racha and that new dance.
Cha Cha Cha.


CHIROPRACTORS
Drs. A. and B. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
OFFICE HOURS:
S- 12 an ds p.a. I
5 5 ra Y -- -8-12 noon.
AerdAv l TTel. 13-4
(1 block from Laux Theattr


TRANSPORTES
'BAXTER, S.A.
Packen, Shippers,
Movers.
Tels.: 2-2562 & 2-2451
Panama

(MIUOOGCAPH


We print *lI kinds of ri por t

Extellet tnuomraph Work!
IS St. E t, No, TeL Z-47T

WE BCOR
COMPLETE LINE OF
WEECOR
s Ph0onotaphs at
HI-F
records sa


Along The Fairways

GOLFING GOSSIP FROM THE
AMADOR LADIES
On Ladies' Day last Thursday
there were 28 participants in the
"Tee to Green" Tournament.
There were two flights because
of the good turnout, and the
winners were:
-First Flight
Miriam Glock -34 net.
Sylva Carpenter -6 net.
Alyce French -36 net)
Catherine P.urdy -36 net) tie.
Second Flight
Charlene Howard -28 net.
Jan Copeland -30 net.
Aline Wood -32 net)
Beulah McNelly -32 net) tie.
The golf ball for the least
putts went to Phyllis Bass who
ad 29 putts.


I This Thursday there will be a
"Points" Tournament with %
Handicap allowed. This is one of
the most popular Ladies' Day
tournaments, and it Is hoped
that there will be another rec-
ord turnout for this event.
Please remember to keep a rec-
ord of putts again. .
Qualifying rounds for the 1954
Fort Amador Women's Club
Championship Tournament will
be played between the 8th and
16th of October. No entry fees
will be collected, and there will
be n o handicap allowance.
Please watch the Club Bulletin
Board. and the newspaper -for
further information on thla
tournament. Now is the time to
get the handicaps and golf
games in order for participation
in the tournament.
We bid' "Bon Voyage" this
week to Barbara Glark, one of
our, moot ardent lady goVlfera.
BarbaWIs a ood coptv
olfer, and we will is haing
her with.us
NEW YOK, aEpt. 22 (UP) -
Baseball experts are something


Two .of the mot prominent
newspaperien, of Colombia will
vilit ,Ithe timus this weekend
with the lnats uras flight of DC-
4 equipment, on Avran1ca's "El
Panameflo",route betWeen Bogo-
ta. and Pansa .
br. Silvio Villegas, well known
writer and diplomat, Senitor of
the Colomian Congress,, is the
director o "L Rppublca.'


NaIQVE UANTOS CASTILLO
Enrique Cantos Castillo, edl-
tor-in-chief of the, famous Bogo-
ta -neWspaper, "El Tiempo," has
a long newspaper career behind
him. Itt addition to- his work at
"El Tieapo" he has served as
corrspondent for Time maga-
tine and Reiutr's inewlervice.
Saturday at 1 p.m. the Pana-.
mta Newspapermen's-npIon will
offer XAcMtionIn anor of the
tIwo bi et P-
riodista.






Chauffeurs ForFun
WASHINGTON (UP) A
retired president of the McGraw-
Hill Bok Co. of New' York is
one of the capital's most distin-
guished chauffeurs.
He is James. S. Thompson, 66
who took the job because he found
a life of reading and golf too dull.
Now he's an unpaid volunteer
driver in the Red Cross Motor
Corps.
"I've taken a woman who had
polio to the clinic," he said. "Thel
other day I took some old soldiers'
for a pleasure drive in Arlington.
I've never had so much fun in
my life You also, by the way,
learn a lot about human suffering
which you never knew existd
before."

Plasic Piping Is

Easy To Handle.
AKRON, 0. (UP) A new
high-impact plastic pipe, so light
that a child can handle it, has
been developed by the B. F. Good-
rich Co. here. The pipe, designed
for use indoors, outdoors or under-
ground, weighs only one-sixth to
one-fourth as much as conven-
tional steel pipe.
The company says the pipe will
help relieve a $6,000,0,6 annual
bill paid by industry for corrosion
because it will. not rot, rust or
coroade and will outlast steel, cop-
per, cast iron and stainless steel
pipe in many uses. It is made of
Koroseal, and-is said to be the
hardest to break of any plastic
pipe known. The new plastic pipe
has-three times as much impact
resistance as the industry standard
for high -impaet materials, the
company claims.



"Dian.-t Things
strAww. Y. Y jP) -
aram rops today include such
diveralied m tnl sas grinding
heels k d nlo d tc i .
kf eet at tmese *
chemical bbp-duct called fur-
frl.aw Iehjpay as "mnortant
elm t cobs,
eSt Abr i viva
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Ja npi : I, I

In Japan Prospers SiNS
By FREDiKERAL
TOKYO (UP) A Christian SMOw5: agers ure-Ahadq
organization may have found one Vul' ,t Cribh r-
practical answer toJapanb' most day V b16rd Ce o aL,..n
preassin problbn-4fow to feed its rouft to New) rk, acc ,to
growing population of s.,000,UO. the advance ae
The o nation literally '"took passengers are hooe r..t$
to t keh. hs" early seven years The complete advan-A -
ago, and is attempting to prove ger l at follows:
that. communities can prosper in '
the rugged terrain that comprises Mi Lucille E. Artdt; Mr.lid
84 per cent. of.aTipah. Mrs. John P. Ashton Jr..,'=
The KlUyosato Educttin Expert. daughter. Mr. ad -"rJk dWard
meat Projeet called KE EP g- Bhrlairl P.Bart8 ?Ia.
farms 800 acres of land on the and Mrs. Robert J. Blake: IIr
south slope of Yatauga Mountsat, Gladys W. Braton Mr. ant M i .
70 miles west of Tokyo. Harotcl Burrows; Mrs. Joan M.
The settlement not yet self-sup, Camer.on; Mr; and r, r Edwad
rtn is helT. by businsme T. Costello; Mr.and Mrs. dward
and e Japanese ,govermnet: A Cox; Jane Debandiner;
the United Stats it is actively Frneos D, JaIn e Debandiner
supported by EVlcopal Church n L. D, ouga'nd"Miss aR
groups and private fund. -' Dresser,
Paul. Rusch, 54, an American ".. .
Episcopalian, has spent the last'Ralh L. Edwards;- M win A,
seven years-about half of it in rench;. E w. and M rW l iZ 'A.I
the United States raising funds- Frecht Mr. and Mrs. d H.
m a k I ngteproject a going rrIstal; Mr a Mrs Roy .
seerF.ort;. Mr.. ari .ra mesx
concernn. Greer and three chifren: MrL
Many Coatributions | Virginia N. Gortooi; Mr. and
Rusch, who was a lieutenant-1 Mrs: LoUiS B. 'Hansef; "Mis
'colonel- on General MdeArthur's Florence 0. K61ly: Mss "Rope-
intelligency staff in Japan, has had mary Lazard; Miss Helen La-
no missionary training. He first zard; Miss Hynda Lessman: Mr.
came, to Tokyo in 1925 to work and Mrs. Stanley A. Lindp; Irene
wifli the YMCA and has spept half H. McIlvaine; Mr. and Ms. Sal-
his We g-in Japa. vatore lauroxand ia"ripe .L
"We took heNew England'vi.- Morton ,
age center idea atd put-a kimono '
on it," tuach said. 'The first'build- Robert D.OOn Ma W.
ing .was a church, St. Andrew's Sherry; Mrs. Metedes
Chapel, Which doubled-,is a, meet- Mr. and Mrs. James M., r.
ing hose. and Mrs. Edwin To
The settlement owes much of its Mrs. Eleanore Wieae;
prosperity to m Americans d lian L Wills and Mr.
Canoala*& -'I.My M, 183 a small Edward P. Walsh and two
group Amerfeeans met in the dren.
Union League Club in Chicago and
Incor ated a committee to raise 'tI Jl rLIIfLA_ i L. '
fundind -6uplies r*,the.sel a i
eIont. In 1951, a similar Canadian EWn DU
'committe was formed.- t a II n r -
The list of those with a stake FoiiSn Wulff0'II
In the community is a long one. w
The people-of Detroit donated a
rural library and contributors in MADISON, Wis. (UP) .- Dr.
Ohio 'An experimental farm. The Robert Straus of the New York
farm was dedicated by Gen. John University College of Medlietin
C. H. Lee, retired, and currently says "college drinking Ia s eas-
the president of the American sup- tor, onot a problem. .
porting group Speaking at a eohfereniee on ri-
Grains Prosper coholism problems at t Uptiver-
Livestock came from all over sity of Wisconsin, Stgaus said
the United States. Jerseys were therer is no stereOtype 01tie aoL
sent from Tennessee, North Caro- lege drinker."
lina, Kentucky, Florida and Call- Straus was a member bf the Yale
fornia. Herefords came from Am- University research team which
arillo, Texas, and prize Hereford recently eontleted a siy7ea
and Holstein bulls frow Nebraska study of 2t colleges and 17,600 col.
and Colorado. lege-age students to determine
Petaluma, Calif., gave a flock their drinking habits. He is the
of Hampshire red chickens, and co-author of the book, "Drinking
Iowa sent tractors and -modern In Co!ege."
farm machinery.
There were woolen blankets and terested in the experiment. Some
stores of medical supplies and 5,000 persons will visit the settlE
vaccines from the Canadians, and mnt, this year. It success with
a jeep ambulance from Madrid, Jersey cattle helped influence Ja-
N. Y. A company in Madison, pans's -agricultural ministry to
Wise., sent a complete operating adopt a five-year plan to import
room, and a church in Harris- 2,000 Jersey heifers.
burg, Pa., outfitted a one-room_______
dental clinic.
Two years of experimental .
planting has begun to prove that _.
seven grains and 20 kinds of vege-
tables can prosper in the mou-
tai soil. Ten kinds of grass andi
seeds sent from Kentucky provide
80 tons of ensillge for the winter COLPANMOTO .
feeding. OLPAN MOTOR INC.
The Japanese are intensely in- ,. ..


a eb taa i American by awprkie
- the emaa eA force him
or Be w a ss I or inuattorifnmtn ia t"A deM


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forebulne bw the enables bar YaMet saoisieboin bo
MalV- E 1 a d Iao.enap nI~l t5..eO. eei a cl o, ,.. aa, al- ?o1 WfiaiE.b
f-. Is NOW br t o r." a ,,
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fho e Man for caaolt jn! k
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.e u*t laseth." olyw ma trimony place upon tls M ing ch 0'idiculous." was reportedly sought in a natio-wides mr heir to re- rom a pile that-you have p
*ofa, .S% *i US toToYpend o700 Milion For yr tous s sae- Atelynide






\mtee part nI. rsMlnhstho od ila !"o is eal tp4-sa-d atEs-" st a who al- ^s g 8u d! aft iSJ*
Ar. od th p- eod la u the3SfrI ly saw a ormelb ntact Lamb be_ 00lhc' "No
-al-- VW- ".Man- --Itur'g a o St- "eoad a -t wa paa
t a .N. .I e o Ifp oe I 0









sI: *a man hall whatifalf-otrol, pept venr a- ( rd IXr ijd II | AMvw mee ae a< t packing ounts fo tSrfrhe?
Father a and hat lover wturc wi s~tda laa d t .. Ihe aol Vc i com o supp ea gee
,$iI ht voes."a =I'I ..de o e o ,.U TneLn p ,i l C ds li c d m







S. .r e g ilank te co ( a m Aiton a tnihe toe t orendono ct a e eb kin-c M mae N e s
f 1ksCo.. Art agr, Pat h mtaay power axnd rtaitd t a Wtd ot the me me help the se n yestdy. he ar e4ast has bee comply.
tb/ af l ILfitfjfl afsei ta I^to a^^ru S.tlfh2 or N, -i t May S1y NOe mayp roe e rdg re- i a thf l 101*, z Idc edyo
O Lt seem9...r. ... the.-yo r .... .. ... -a -. d m w a sa
os le d b ter ti.put5e ng _' a d'otva t oh r He the ultimate aim ws n byind a iaitO Adding to Caata: You m






"I t C agg for va ted bcoal made fyr coconut toh e The inrUD ed Korean lt pro; to train 20 active Korean div- Asanuau a mlrl uicnte. atat s U not h kes th thare pile to m a
ohs-*l b@81 anlat admn














bly lIt v The grattIds anlter pa ca*ls for pn expenditure of lonamet and develop more resaere n fe circl) an naa been itu top card tao mpleted
he Itharcoa at, acti dmillo ote w sto eifroma rr nasta Yo mas add naveral ca rd'
O. lds." marion plae uotchecal pr ss a wi dn the Opera- He a id the et progrtelm this i nui a i danatin-ie u ca (but not wlrbarda) to a end p.







W S 'hMOVIS g -V theIO Ietode.f j^ Hsligt Thed cn onrges of bi lking lt Jan- yeo r would amou$0 only to u der pflted eanaste., m.
i ll l s e ls at Iare ao t -in- -U training otsdat he s e e and n t a ed a e
_- W a mkir the r .tra r.t_ cI- -h d *lt-j- a.. .. Pld id italt s reak. yoursmeli tura es aN





Ar Ul .a d up O s a ro m 5 we Ni--t th e-t, uleer the saytem ..n olbelsy -w t .9 *am i" Ii wImay i RablOD cmedsn eom
oI, aIWp"0 afr ta a dt Ianv to.. -.. .U n._ oto ... our f", r Aw il g. 1 Amer" hot ma tc- utl was fr omasdtveo thy adinirar tmtaae theia' iT-e
Igabout CiCh i' s uc- bt t program. I bt e a o a r n or to
cS a ,dlo. d.... itelnhadthe _,.. .tas...en e.t...Nmated that ...S be. wn w. eai u .usner to Ptf d cr naet). Lewle yu may c-bS,..,




"i ,, e-adle l l JOAN V.s. about her rtle in .of ie as te, se Knse eeono _ica ed to Korea could be ase torl himoes. M wo ln- i lg ete ar sm bae Jm,
a leave .ey t wom. "D PoltS Budet Departraentt before halted within three to Mour years r F d d egNo ye awr l o nd of- tadtt N e combinPed la
- a l o w i s t i I a Il c ua












a w e tar S d d ito the chief ex but s fo r military aid he pt d A Native of Ames he wa "ne oe an card



r rS Tee OA chie et with the i the g dne ae y e o e f u e Meldcin -anat.,
.e..... n ..at o th thoied doe Unitw ... Press[in plac ls e a n cn d t e a yup'urF "




S ,.. nt: iter totonn s, w a A T t e e w d te. otan on pning unea n pro yment la larg Bureau a d later became .ucc, the soor e. n p, 3000 to
ft" of low,.th e dop f oroffkioc l help vtha 6u1ntry c he S 6UtP t .9 Me S 1 ii Norm ro dla I














S o M :. ad_-apsY av aeaatea that uwstart ci pen aively a burau manager, sale .fren cup. Ga
Inrl"i ft n USILI ilTo, td$70 MillonInluameu aPW 0, -i..... o,---."d_'. -...

a emen prefer illn tde* o t npot i had ,a pla sy He estimated that thi year an and ae manager Ne Authorite aid. an aar 10 po .


,w W a b hat ase te oe sWeatle t ee the f government would buy 2,l Yorkic. He was vice president and of chlorine wa- wa b eng n
e rADL MA a h eal y et a ot tons in Ketacky 2000,- bu t of th piper into tB e ae p Going O: You need at
-0eno m Kn d e r l eg od N ew. ehc oin a ct
















C-of,- riedtoh.cdr oy : w.. en. .. drila, for ditr 000 West Virginia, 2,00,00n fm to 1942. esl at the time. The I coupling two.canatav g out (a
--$ _p p Igat, tuning dOs "lllal m ovi sa V do bt l wastet, "tntsessf bBlte t or egy r. resketi Penn-- e lvian, 1,e00,000 In Illn ana became business man on the, hoe s ie t. and i n a canta m alsao u a

Tow, S.u six montho ..ad.th .. tat s.titaspen s aid no actual new ex- er coal-producinm areas which and vd as viceY.president and wid0,, apreLd lo I g a c'y ; w
a : p mtaee"roo uen would tbr Tvolvend c have an unemp ent p aob-o director orf Ma rshau Fied Entr stret It wa enough n. B 'l
TelevSon fw should bein Afsea kad f aoi easternsWP en e e rest. t em. p rise, Inc, until 194. itoell the chl a d thre Its. T ere oL na l fb r 1
.. wI l d M thing a t it. D pIr. h n of spending a dollar He saesaid the coal would be dis- ad s Wd the oat "

JAJ ANT O public rel- is up oi 5tosuntri that to rt w h hav d tor such n when he n ecuve 00 ee If one side ets a
of air m scene a gh to r biger tal pt e turned to thI t d Ron B loS t herC .t
taste a fert ,b.a.k pdtoe -A ME a"ergoTim...e s in .t( Y amhool-,M









.t""t rse u" ioolS.Benson wDenies Pressure two "soP, rt '.... r t m e
P ONES, about his recor Is m ,e- e t n h at IuteP ,*O Ale-un rsan gh s a i ap ath c ng
Te. a.t. getIeme o c: CauseAt Recent lDecisionr ce.
tartpd suup an tie ,ta0a h "fleos Ohya, bic Hevrter utmae aiwould uy,-Crk w ehlone as w bein







for disoal ( 00P) 0 in Wes prtion a Adm2ni0tr0tion, o 96 o Ivelly in the 'cmaufpcsure ot
b k' ar .I era bud -Agriculture Sr eazra T. 1ensonsaid: o. or i paper pulp here oad there tiaosa t

l...., ., e -pcK uSaag rbm = a.wJ B meson diedamahta lly today I would not sawhy tht is tru. ow f ', .suallyam dittae cm
'am a uene. and real bely lag alo a that political ptr sre uedhim Th oety woulsdt have to show a s er mnic rsm..e odor evidet nora th papers
M VE T del ,iluuN Tho staetion of ind. f the hav ot foreign cur- tof M rshall F i ld. Enrt te ret.dS h.B o s






uhLdna" bge a 5 e goenme* nnt's new crop cptrol rditur pieinl try uetl 9t46 com- to were notosewrhedey o n r
tarsllugqiriu:u.iuis J~t S I Shout at It.. personswh trai nd nos them o- do urathe mggo omffleJ Idn
yst weca S t f -o atn eer told new conference Beon sad he dd d e e |
aN r aceid : puln out w .a a~e be. $r l SiUd and ptlnot dt it with the White who i ated i would Sabe sou 1000f, ia i







who oetfl oiglede.daD THEATfens W e
o e ha5 bre ne aaof _ __to _" Mrs. FVm inistr aSoWn. oannoyedsaid the decision to junk the L -







c Newsub-tn'sbthe gur. m reSlthatshejunk f am'wasm_ rALBOA 6:to _:w_ t-atheW _s aywa, ._,_an ,,
r pu Wasaid the gunmanae appear-d re s roeandtotl amrarl Bt ari carful consideration" ace *.WoE nonerrr onf t d N *Ax o 51 -
Me t rANE, the British cea v ry la. l ot m i alatwith "riy ,w pase," 6nW h
-ed sba ke w k Lyn ony Jan 30,r 1926 Te u anonhradtional candid hy of hot was not hos ita
N.owbi4h I t.e pca tl roI.. -n me *a.ndyth hdvtw ove asar esars, Jao r Aa a n o Phl na-d hs a d |harQwmn nta
3ve wa ehK" artt tarpIletaai ma Irm not sdet decided on pr' supportsteW
S^ ... T told Mrs. er e: sht c r wol have logve for thefeed ps or GAMBA &, '
ois L0m -utam~en .... .ma. w T t e ba .s -Iped tyeraoev-r .Thd re been e- r ,| '
.... -Abomore ._uL stl ina a tsote _Se .c"ash o aidtsoleshreaylea qew.. -e eeshLh %Ie'ma
ic"aur "b fr id tofo rsre n eI alto wer ig a cnd udlg ltuted exceptions the Nsvember eemns. toiv eas 0l an of







. whoo h Iad rs--eirss ntoI atpth )elnb opravofme a.a Is |
ant" a tdpea throatcutlngm. ntarii s tbrac al to h. fo rg ne rs y a al
a nd T h echirfin g lwith hll deou inrbt. theBO A .c or -tooo e e.wo t' omor se h e





Cyer e l towas soc rerred as athbt
A srst,, wlofue Ixecuttiwe caino more thane en ad u d iscuss rthe _w__h__r.__ __b_ _res to 1_1p _:as
have bho his b er 3aiii d o I tw OLam the *wo u congrssen _k iwo S O N AT





99o,:y jsloaIaog s A tith eHose any ptimele. d rIci..ne" foyfrmersn t_ Is _g




a aso ,. bank o Mh oMu. Idha, obvoad wrN wnyO A A e d o uo'anr" l o
A. ,o e ws said'Perthe R~ apC.r, cr csb-lh0orta e. ,,- that,. e u. I'ataehrmas: aleang In80 ti ess ida 4
in a id 1 oft b $,0t 0-creal oesit de roatdt attios"
.. Dri o_ g_ c theWgovernment ewoulsbuyo2 loork. _epwaslvitcer ei with "pract ica y no pressu n"ewasI




it V h e ic like 5gahara k Ua n I2 "0siafr ara
0 'plan, o sn w hi rcho n sa id the de arte ntwhich a_ __oash lild E t r
decided. op rice suppo rt. t


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By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP)-Don Mossi, a 24-
year-old rookie left-hander whose excellent work was
instrumental in aiding the Cleveland t fans win the
American League pennant, will bagcai!ldupon today
by Manager Al Lopez to make one'" W rare starts.
.4he Indianis as trying for their 110tkh 4tory of the
n o.na aftia"t the Chicago White 86Ox


e has been,'od mainly in nati Redles shutout the Milwau-
-f In hi:s our previous kee Braves. 5-0 on 'Ot. hRts; and
ta. he collet IL victory and the Chicago _^ ,wept two
S s anrd went The way oney games from tihO.Bt, o Ttt- Card-
lon il to- arI1it in 11 In- nals, 4-3 in i Ginnislt_ d ,-2
1a, -0. rea itr in a game. :c ,f t set venth
d* who Si baseball o so because 'of d it.t off- Bi .
h4b ltsot be.t led at home ko's twove run rat.?l nd FaL]nh
Wi' ght m h h st work c putsChicago- hu.it $' 1 _cond
f9t him t The eland bd to la54 homer wi 0 .n 'tti MEMBER OF"21heCLUB
ri I th vinory and t-ae h sixth to eaual ha best previoght eemed cinch to beer
,-md winlhFi reak for the doubleheader.

nerd time tLeau coa fson when Larrr tDbYotal for a flle mjorve-
kl advadtt of poor de-.land runs but 003Z10 tl teoff-
a attr least tempor-,a passed W .ll. rb bit his 32ndy




Clveland has four more New York's Y wil ai the O 0 eld
S changes to tie or better that i 954eaue lead Iln runs-ba on in the
trin Its 110th victory and tie the qIxh to eati ite I
ire n a season posted bY Babe. leanie campaign. He hit a three- rp ay A'
it th, lou Gehrig and the other'run douhbe duringap futile ninth"r
1"27 Yankees. li nning rally to pull even With" Toh a
--eveland has four me New York's Yogi Br loaI Mnrthe
charges to tie or better that league lead In runs-batted- ther
ljack Harshman (14-7) will Four of the WhitelSox r ins-
pitch for the WhitetSox, who. a!-,were unearned. Morrie. Martin, KANSAS CITY,.Mo.,.Sept. 21
ready are assuredO'f at least an the second of five C~hlcaqo pitch- (UP) --Roy and Earle Mack
even break with tCleve1,nl heeri, boosted his record to' 7-8. are meetIng "currently" with
,cuie they start today's game Art Houttjman was the- loser other officials of the Philadel
with an 11-10 record against the 'and now has a 15-7 mark. phia Athletics in connection
champions this year. with prokpectiwe sale of the
A'saand transfer of the fran.


Bob Grim, another 24-year- YESTPRDAY'S "T A R -
t' icher, str ngthened his .ackle Jensen who drove In
*..Id for American Leegue rook- five runs to help tho Red Sox
ote-of-the-year, honors Tues- swero two gimes from the.
d4y. Grim boosted his record Athletics in their bid to hdld
to 20-6 and beiane the first fourth place.
"-fe* York Yankee rookie to
retch the 20-40tory mark
since Russ Ford di it in 1910 o er Lv. ul
when he pitched fopor-bht.3. ,
f triumph over the Washing- I 0 ,AM40
ton Senators.
Jrzkle Jenseri was honored NsP
VPt. Boston R me-ftr ostbVal- NFW YQmAmu IPa -
u P'5: 154 pla 3er St rpsboi d l.. tp., 41 r' 'based on 400
by driving In ins to l"1 officilPN 1e U
l,is team to4-3 v rles over the A. (ANI, rt PEt ,,t
PhI ladelnhia Adh ~ in a dou- I'P.ver ib AR R r* Pef.
beleadir. Jen 10th inning A vla.s. _. s" InI ."1M1
single scored --"Uy Goodman MlnorT4oCb4 1R48 .1 .m9
with the winnl run In the Nore. N. Y. 417 ,as 134 .321
O0 'and hid erun homer Fox, Chi. SIR 1 I 19 .
altH~e big b the second Kuenn, IIM,41 ) 199 1
I b Turley, American League NATI nb7TV + .
S out king, pitched and bat- 'laver id 2Cl b ut .
te it;- e Orioleq it pa 4-3 victory ,. ykV .G 'b 1't .lI
over Detroit in a night game "i."ir. Pll*.'. 574 j 7 I *. "L9
th t clinched seventh place for Muple,", w. 1. -0 9" .1 14
PrItl imore. Turley ,it a two-run ,. -11 10 t" 1.i
i c-"'- and struck out five to c'(n iewillr rq.'J"4 1 185 *,3t1
br.7, his total, ip :that depart- ,_. 4
1: r*4t to 185 .ne
a. '', New "Yorki.rbints,. who: Mpya, G lr .' 41
Scc.ellhcd the Na-ional League, ? l ,
W'pehnni.nt by bepagpg Brookvn fBpseAo w15 Ider'- 1'"a)
M onday, again owned the Dbd%- I aver nW.',h0. w IP
erst -2, as subtitu$ e thlrdlbase- er Wte Pox 1 0 .
, man Bobby Hofman hit a grand- f.eup. S ,- .
It4M homer insmtkalrat inning. ewzo. nu n .- .... -7X '
, +T other National League ac- on i-I. I, f,.nt 4 N ."
Stion, Joe Nuxhall of the Cincin- Am. Y,","- .4.9


| Charlie Dressen May Be


chise to Kansas City, Kansa
City sources reported today.
Robert J. Benson, chatrmsa
of the Kansas City majot
league committee, said there
"is nothing definite yet. It'i
still in the process of negotia-
tions."
His statement came amid
another outburst of rumors
and published reports regard
ing negotiations between Chli
cago realtor Arnold Johnson
and the Macks.
Ernest Mehl, sports editor of
the Kansas City Star, said an-
nouncement of sale of thi
Athletics to Johnson was ex.
pected "soon, barring any late
difficulties."
He said a series of meeting
was scheduled in Philadelpa
lor today but thBat- a.i go
nouncement was expected im-
mediately.

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Mifioso, If
Cavarretta, lb
Rivera, cf
Jok, 3b
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Martin, p
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Oddsmakers Pick Notre Dame


Qver Texas In Opening Game


k Tiger Rags


By Trevor Simons him eligible either as a guard or
Siin the backfield. Alan. Robinette.
S Luke Palumbo is building h isea 16-year-old Junior has been
1954 editibn of the football Ti- putting in hard work towards a
ers with a careful eye on the Itarting end position and has al-
r future. Make no mistake... the so been used In practice sessions
r Tigers havn no intention of to do some of the bhoting.
e standing idly by and allowing Floyd McDermont, a Junior
s the other three entries to tram- who gained valuable experience
" pie in a carefree manner over a playing at Perkieman prep in
squad that is only now gather- Lancaster, Pa. last year is an-
ing its experience.; Quite to the other of the youngsters battling
s contrary. Cristobal High's tight- for a linesman spot. Palumbo's
* In Tigers are youngsters all prospective stars are also being
" battling for a starting berth arid drawn from the ranks of the
Swdith many wide open prospects sophomores. The likes of Danny
depending greatly upon how Ramsey and iemoln Werlene
I much each player is able to could well become familiar names
* produce. on the C.H.S. roster for the next
e three years 6f Isthmian football.
- Cristobal's six letter-men, Ben- The Cristobal mentors, Luke
e ny Favorite, Gene McGaughey, Palumbo and backfield coach
Danny George, Tony Prenzlau, Paul Moser, have not yet decided
* Bill Price and Stan smith are all what their starting lineup will
returning for their final cam- be Jamboree night Friday at Mt.
* hpign as Tigers. All the younger Hope. What they have to choose
*, boys know this and they khnw from may not be the products
too that this is the year that from which championship teams
they must earn the right to be are made overnight. But when a
tabbed as a good prospect for group of youngster get together
1955. n ot only in an effort to win, but
The best Blue and Gold pros- also with the knowledge that
pect is Kaiser Bazan, who, but they are on a team which is in
for an unfortunate illness just the process of building and they
as he seemed to be coming a- must therefore now earn their
round last year, would also have position, anything can happen.
earned a letter in 1953. Hale and We are not particularly opti-
2 hearty now at better than 150 mistic about an Atlantic side
0 pounds, Bazan will easily start championship for 1954 but nor
0 off at one of the half back posi- are we discarding the possibility.
0 tons. Then there is Charles What is certain is that Cristobal
1 Fears who played for Balboa will give the fans a fight for
0 High's Junior Varsity squad last their money and In one year
v year an dhas since made the more, the Tigers will be the
2 move to Cristobal. His speed, ver- Itoughest customers local football
0 satility and 145 pounds makes has seen in some time.

Durocher Says He's Not


NEW YORK, Bept. 22 rUP) -
The oddsmakers are pckingta up
where they left off last year by
making Notre Dame a favorite
in the opening game. The Irish
are a seven point choice Satur-
day over Texas.
In a FHrday night game,
Southern California s a 10-
vroit, pick over Pittsburgh. On
Saturday, Northwestern is 21
over Iowa State, Baylor 20 over
Vapderbilt, UCLA 20 over Kan-
sea and North Carolina State
19 over North Carolina.
Arkansas Is a 14-point choice
over Tulsa, as are Illinois over
P e n n State. Michigan over
'Washington and Georgia Tech
over Florida. Oklahoma Is favor-
ed by 13 and one-half points
over Texas Christian. The odds-
makers also make Oklahoma A-
and-M a 13 and one-half pick
over Texas A-and-M. Other 13


NATIONAL LEAGUE. IMERiCAN LAGUE
taM$ W L Pt. T- 0 5 Wa.
Ne nw k ,* ,a l- .m .li b
Milwaukee a 3E ttx rx 6 *
Clninusut 14 77 : 22 Rats
77 It W A
s:70tU. AT 2Mi 44js
0eaA, U U AU 24 BaliMUe 1 : sn

New York at Brooklyn Chigo at Clevflvld
Cininnam at Mlwauke wahngton at few York
St. Louis at Phieto Detr ol$t Ba mori
Pittsburgh at Phila. (T-N). Only games blded.
TESTURDAFg RUgRtES
YESTERDATr RMSULT6 (Ntiht Gamel
New York 400 010 000-5 7 3 Chcago 101 100 03-4, 13 1
Brooklyn 101 000 000-2 6 0 Cleveland 100 W00 103-7 8 a
Gomes (, arn, and Katt Fortileles, Martli'(7-6), D s
Podres (11-7), Labige and Cam- Pierce, CoueaM antd LUar.
panella. Houtteman (15-7), Hosklns,
....... -. ... -. Hoper and Oramo.


ciicinnau 0U 03 g 00 1-0 8 0
Milwaukee 0 0000000m 0 I 1
Nuxhall (12r4) and Seminick.
Nichols (9-11), Buhl, Jay and
Crandall. d
(First Game)
St, Louis 020 010 000 0-3 10 1
Chicago 100 002.000 1-4 10 0
Raschi, Brazle, Staley (7-13)
and Sarniml. Rush (12-15) and
Fanning.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 100 0 1-2 3 0
Chicago 020 10 1-365 0
Haddix (18-13) and Rice.
Kllppstein (4-11), Davis and
Fanning. (Called on account of
darkness). -
Pittsburgh at. Philadelphia. (2
Games, postponed, rain).


Washington 000 010 000-1 4
New York Oo0 001 02 -3 5 0
Stone (12-9) and PIta Gerald.
Grim (20-6) and Berra.
(Firt Game)
Phla. 010 001 10 Or 7 1
Boston 011 000 010 1-4 12'2
Wheat, Dixon (8-9) and As-
troth.- Nion, Hurd. Hudson,
Kemmerer (+-3) and White.
(Second Game)
Phila. 000 101 010-S 3 2
Boston 13P 000 Ofx-4 10 1
Van Brabant '(O-), ) icano,
Burtachy and Robertaoh. Sulli-
van (14-12), Hurdt and White.
(Night Game)
petroit 010 100M400-3 8 I
Baltimore 000 030 01xw4 8 3
O'Garvyer (14-11), Hoeft, and
House. Turley (14-15) and Court-
ney.


BOWL NGO

).


CLASSIC LEAGUE BOWLING


and one-half favorites are Cor- Powell's Garage held first
nell over Colgate. Minnesota over place with their 4 point win over
Nebraska and Ohio State over El Panama The Indians off to
Indiana. a fast start in the Classic, have
MIa..,Im....I In _a,_- not lost a point while winning
Missiseppi "a 1-point 8, Dick Hogan bowled games of
ehoiee over Kentucky and Ar- 199, 201, and 215 for a fine 615
my a 13-polnt favorite against series to leadW the MUarlrita
South Carolina. Wisconsin Is ang. Kraka and Larrarbee 1
Z over Marquette. Nasvy lowed right behind with 504 and
ever WlSam and Mary .. ,ano 582 respectively. El Panama got
regon State is 10 over Idaho. a fine 6 s eries out of Sub
Duke is even over Pennsyl- Buster Burgoon. Bob Waggoner,
ania,, Kansas State six over chipped in withSa Mseries.
Wyomilig, Tennessee five and Colaton set somewhat of a record
one-half over Mississippi State, ,ith 7 splits in his second ame
Boston College five over Detroit, while collecting a total of 5 for
Brown three over Columbia, the evening!
Michigan State one and one-half
over Iowa, Georgia one and one- Led by Dan Thomas, who
half over Clemson and Alabama 'raced the Se ars team in scoring
one-half over Louisiana State. for the second straight week,
Sears knocked out a 4 point vic-
Pr rida tory over Seymour Agencies.
rNV Vil d l lls Thomas had a fine 588 series for.
the nite. Bud Balcer followed
Trinmmin Doters with 576, and Earl Best had 571.
Ti mla ing Rosters Ted Melanson had 579 for Sey-.
mour. Ted Wilber and Dick Thels
To 33-Man Limit had 567 and 566 respectively.


Sa. I A free "Italian Dinner,' Is
(On1 \AlBac K r To Ma jors 3Totals 9 13 27 11 D *ciel O n P T c r 1. Professional football teams donated each nite by- the Atlas
n et Ueclded On Pitchers are trimming their roster and Garden to the person bowling
I' A CLEVELAND D making last-minute deals. the highest series of the nite,
S- -Pe, If 3 1 1 0 All teams in- the National and also to the person bowling
AG ESet. 22 (Up- feel sorry foryou. I feel e len 0 00 LeaIge must 'be down to the 334 the highest games. The dinner'RI'
-T noesthrJobor thentin e Atlak, 1 0 1 0 20-' est orld series man limit by Sunday, when thelthis neko weenttoBusterenr
; AnagerES, at 2isJ fel fans. tpayd-Westnake, If 01 or Richest W orld SeriesdtoeBusera
after winni.e Nationallremainin five games, then gu Avila, 2b 5 1 1 1 2 s-- eason opens. goon who tallied 628 and to
S I t y arm ay home a everybody have a real Doby, ef 5 1 2 0 "--- thelatest deals the Chicago Father Kraka who had a 234
.o n toh u- good wipterJ, Majeski, 3b 4' 0 1 4 5 NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP) Calvin again voiced his oppo- Cardinals have sent tackle Dongame.
on is Those. ret-it g games could-Mitchell 1 0 0 Manager Leo Durocher of the sition to the possible transfer of JOye to the-Baltimore Colts. In nd
Former' Brooklyn skipper mean extra fW the Dodg- Wertz, lb 3 0 1 8 2 Glants says he isn't sure of his the Philadelphia A's to Kansas return, the Cards get guard Bill1 Team Standings.
Charlie Dreasentiwll leave Los era. Clevelkil- OWe American Philley,rf 4 0 0 0 2 World Series starter but most City. Lange and an unspecified draft Teams W L Ave
Angeles today f't New York to League champions, and New trickland, ss 3 1 1 5 4 players think It will be south aw Calvin Griffith says Washing- choice next year. Powell's Garage 8 0 .952
discuss the situation with un- York have. the biggest park in fNrao, c 3 1 1 4 10Joinny Antonelli. Durocher ,ys ton is "distinctly opposed" to a ... ears 4 85
a ed officials. Dressen manag- their c ult. The Series winner agon 0 1 0 0 0 I haven't made up my mind. sift to Kansaa City and thinks The ittsburgh Steelers have Searsa 8 914
Saklaind in the Paclfle Coast will rec.ve about $10,000 per Hokttean, p 1 0 0 1 0It is nice just to be able to re- three or four other club would picked up defensive end Dewey vtmourAgencies 2 8 891
League and won t post-season man T losers will average a- k lax a little. I wont annun block such a move. YounGri- rndae nd quarterback Paul
'okernor's Cup seW, Ibout Second place teams id- 0 0 0 0 0, pitching plans for a few days." ftth would rather see the A's Held from the Detroit Lions. The .---
up will recel sonia two-thousahnd- .,-Hooper, p 0 0 0 1 1 One Giant pitcher says -"If move to Toronto. He adds: "But Steelers cut eight men. includ-
esn reu o say which dollars player. e-egan 1 0 0 0 0 Antonell can beat the Indians I believe things will work out ng tackle Nick Bolkovac. Nick
iajor lague lu bas made him! Clevefl. players say they are, TOtals 7 ? twice. I think we have a great and the A's stay in Philadel- was the Steelers' top scorer last aIss jenUel s
so offer. -Al rlHe says is--"l glad th Oiants won-undoubt- To 33 27 17 chance to win" Another Giant phia." ver with his place-kicking. ,
wouldn't have. eft Oakland for edly with an eye on the richest,,h In ,'Idds -'-If the manager doesn't Others to leave Pittsburgh are
any ma or duing the sea- payoff S' series history. But b-Wane ote for Dorinh in Rth. know who will Start.nhow would quarterbacks Bill Mackride. and.
t n--not at tle wonderful mnag Lope says don't' ked for h. Iknow? But I think it will be Carter Gambles Maury Duncan, fullbeak Frank,
treatment I ot from oWner:ant .to express-an opinion 1 d-; for P sen in 71 Anonell l Patterra. end Joe Zombek. tarile V V
3ric. lA ws." elsen Is said to have friends on the Dod.erellG out for Hooer in -th ITe plants will meet today ton l A Buster Graves and guards P .lW i N
be receiving at Oakland. club.'" -Flied out for Hooper n 9th Ispitt the World Series melon. AFutur night Pearman and Nick Chirkillo Thea ee
Then manag Pwho replaced Late odds from Reno-where -id out for Maesk winning share could be worth Steelers now are down to 35 NEW YORK, Sept (UtP)-
and e one who led the I.ramblinl is legal-- have Cleve- plers. two above the limit. Casey Stengel, who le" the
ork.Glaq to the pennant I land a neavy eight and one- .hicgu I I In a.-R i urocher laughed when he.-II I'F sgIII The San Francisco 49'0rs and Yankees to a record-breaking
ttelao er on the halt to five- favorite over th ,v-and 1 0n0 1 heard Cleveland coach Tony Green Bay Packers are down to five straightAmerican League
,tntndidI ngamee o e terdywtFRANCISCOtSehe limit The 4'ers hae re-
SLeeo Dofr the Gi- Giants. Odds on individual C....land 1M 002 1"3-7|Cjrelneln arched yesterday's AN ,R"NCO Set. 2 the limit he48'r have re peanants sad WoldS eries
S withtBrooklyn--eaedguardDarpennants and World Series
i ob strt Errori Wert. Grasso Fo-' ped ues we will have to g wgh three rookies .. hafba championships was ed
+y thoe ,n ,,uriesi e :'. -. 'n nieles. Corrassuel. Maleqkl RBI,watch our n" champion Jimmy.Carter is gai- Lemon and Pill Bowers and full- day to mana the club aa
a il lihod Jackse ie The t ,o' i.. a i. Doby 6. MIFioso. Jok 2, Gras-I The -ob of another managerbling his future tonight at San babc Frank Cassar. for the next two seeses.
,e'1cws"41k o, Mars Pr z otm hal mar erCh sst t A who one reld ate' rn- Brna g Nn- L monan Phi lBoer-a
R"O Cam and Jackie The o, t ot e ithr of. the Alrain- tMarshall 2.f F Mr7n tscoredn o rem in, in doubt. Buckiv Harris Francisco.Ba iest axe Of all fell on th e
on" wI i s Du-b e l (both clu erbs. is makn n error,. 'Fox scored Do field-. he I veOa r contract with Wash'i Carter meets Frddle "iabe, P acr ., T haerele of at, fe en, Stengel was re-hired efor two


e is a t emr e. ure the ca- flnlpnd al nl .abo cu 1"B e C"-lr 5 'pi n Le u th .hea. s re t p e -;1, w. .en d an d veh o o ne cn Cl. s.e. .o.n. Clegel.a-d h ue r
e.is aatremenous. na uie rnows all bo er hoie, Rivera s ored nn ii s ot Sunday and Herman. As far as Jimmys con -n o lers on wleersh tiare ears under the saDne saolT



Gint cline Am" hdl-." the"k.- the l -n an in:Ho"" ," allti c2r.h iroe o n Tpre6h0ue6' W aoyarto. ne wa s ae tne l atoDe bero. T e'-rohn m e, en .in r" ha -.
u.n TheMonday nitabyerat- lou. Paymtercas l b madt i be pditrh. 'Jok scored on P-R5. mhan'f cmp o any k t fo eci onk erned- at aisn'tgood. oa imNos n and bonus arrangement which
1#X .Brookly n, -1. orary citlzen- .ball. Two ba_ hit --.Mar-tOriffith sRvs It's still unset- rman who once held the.ring-T.l..Baffler. N|Ck Adduel. Loui Nex...eas. -bhis sev



Sth i g or rd ishiall 2 e. Rivera. Wertz.iw Mifo'le m oigoal th n ih thel Pda -ian ra h Coi e weiasea C arr A draw a o- ir..s RoCcrt. Nickl- odideu o Tex sason wi bei o-
i-r. sa s"n" terf elder Then a Memberso h Io rt.na In : oort. o e Min l d I'm gtoin to wait untilethe Iris maana. eo hlhd de of t nder n lu-ed tbi s m gt ar, tera in
M hero..I e CTen rie a m e F r ida, od Home run DabvC".os n so I season Is over before making. ying as a sub f or ailing champion InMaioli n CharlieGs rantger. anlos.igon he.. "
iie Mayp southpaw Chambet 'of Commerce nott'dStolen ase Calgarretta. RI re aIdeerion" 'Paddy Do Marco. Jimmy was Smloc Ctic Cnierisn an Mike
Sehany tomM 9ere s i.^S t0 th Cc- a *nra.Double plays Fox in C-1 Griffith wilI' New York ones h opposed to fight D Marco. but t Di cik Clean. Mie does. hewo th e aing atfaid
i-L ogn wersAe his key that thc "cW nlao Cutn a i eis andTo BaltIrl -a's eive champrondsfpsise first
l. m radsoo and Augu 9th imore O lealsotraineadcas panel td pl-h -Cavarretta. '-ft Tur when tiandas he puts it: the bout was postoned t or and Tom bak. Nrri once yeal and fled a nd
*as the unset.'Importaut date Arizona he Cubs e sevnt~[~h~ase Chlcao 10 Clveltn "'P pe.... when d"a- Potaqm p laoveredov Io4 -
i an t net r the ,nDodera gu s, thea nh l g u-Forn-sp ci itn h ,i t hhtin.ise i'5 taeoe o errCe eor mid bu. the th-
t-- m, the boIttmor... .,, both thing"SportsShorties
e---.-R."--"We had alt -mr -seventh -in.th."Martin 2. Pierce 2. Ho'ilteme'n The Washington owner wa.s'wapstponeda oee before when -- I I
straightwas "donto eric an 1'1 H per IS Fornipleq 3. asked whether former Brooklyn Paddy caught a virus. son holds adm over eW-
ewg s o _yo-%m', -s .. te artin 1e Pierce 2. L Houtteman manager Charlie Drehssn Bly All this worries Cartero man- BOXIonG Ian in a ti ibt ut to Chris
when weIT ports edi"torSof the aAlba-. nff -- Fornlel.5 n 5-1 replace Harris Dressen i e er, Willie Kete whosays ban welterha Chritn-
bwckwi.wi g lNewsYsoark ,_n ie r r tn 1 in 1: Dorh 0 In ': Oakland of the Pacific Coast is been cathg trouble late- The prelidt of the Interna-Jured his right had early In the
_1koww we~re .~gin iNe says. id.epedent'_minorPierrce 2 In 1-2,.;: Consuegi 1In,League this veer. Griffith re-,4. W1llie1moans --"I've nothing tionsl Boi lng Club Is thinking fight. Well has said he *er.
.6,... them, _.league li, tg,- t- Hotsu i In 10IIn III 6-I/3:ipiied --"That may e a tittle bit bad .luck since Jimmy lost of bolding a middleweiight title a fight with Don Cockall ofI
-Juste I S0-m1--N o... t Ch2TIESPr1.oskinAs 0 in 2/3: Hooper In P.'premature, In fact. it s a little tbe title to De M XA.co. lMhtwotflght in MIami next February..Britain rather than VAMN&
a tbreesrunYt g o+says7 Iso l*u ,i will be 5. p,,ns Pad Pn T'fea rune PFor--premature about anyb.o py.t" pwtbite. doduz do JImmy Jir oNorris ays his plans call
I0 th_ wintis gainat Cohgdmloiner Ford Frick.',nclpi 3 and 2: Martin R nd 1 :1Griffith continue. -"The M y-O now Iv. gut to fer Reeky Marclano to defend The tJrd ranking wetr-
3-3..?% at and th 16 mAJor league owners rorish n anid i.: Pierce and 3-,hasn't done as well aisit should)iwk .t w this Her- his heavyweight title against Ni- weight -Ra-i. Mmtb -.W bs

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TOP TEN BOWLUE


Burgoori
Galligan
*Hogan
Best
Spinney
Thels
Thomab

Kraha


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Coliton
Burgeon
Zeletes
Presho
Waggoner
Totals


209
S30
193
190
188
188
187
.184
164


188 118 208 500
210 214 204 8S
11 10 40- 480
160 160 186 506
217 205 131 553
94 1Z t 2in678


POWELL'S GARAGE (liadls)


Larrabee
Kraka
Spinney
Galligan
Hogan'
Totals


190 190 203 582
1192 234 188 594
185 193 173 551
203 1T1 180 554
199 201 216 .615
96 81 S 63 19sm


ES Y8tOUR AGENCY


Wilber
Bates
This
Janowski
Melanson
Totals


Stilson
Thomas
Anderson
Best
Baker
Totals


179 209 178 567
159 141 158 458
183 191 192 566
150 148 184 462
222 188 189 579
893 877 -62 2M3
SEARS
158 158- 192 508
190 211 187 88
188 146 180 412
194 192 184 571
226 191 160 578
34 898 883 271


Montreal, Syracuse

Seek Semifinals

Clinchers Tonight
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP) -
The Montreal Royals and the
Syracuse Chiefs, held back a day
from wrapping up their best-of-
seven series with the Rochester
Re4 Wings and Toronto Maple
Leafs, respectively, seek to gain
berths In the I n t ernatlonal
League final playoffs tonight.
The Royals. who lead the Red
Wings, three games to two. were
able to get In just one Inning
last night before rain Interven-
ed, whD rain also held up the
Syracuse-Toronto series. whie
the Chelfs lead three games b
two. I
-j* t-leaguer Joe Black.
e &d a 4-2 decision in hil
0only YBoffs appearance. I ex-
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night, u thet Red wPine ptace
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et coasing .u" otoempromse with God. From now on they re go to lt hmsenor boys attending the ounl, eP|r at two. Mr. Fitz impressive aIUe o :
Swhen had Mrs R llre- ll hd to bitndit wa a t. Rovers whold unny Jim his first ng is a grea an with a and Delta. Nasrula ha
in the anDerby wi' bay two-year-od goingnner since Johnng nex season, e sc es stones te, u orfor names, other takes .le
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ite Redafurlongr r n n led a direct bearing on tirst place. ,. break through for an early IoacP,. o. .'" .o. tu.... s ra- ti.
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, "thr "Sno- n Bttr'\totk th ear-i going over because of their slugglshnes. After all, neither Rome taok In tSt early stages of theas Ie l I
er leath h nor Janeand timehaell elapsed. waas built a day. Perh at Is su entt o encounter. But the constant Nashu e
Seal a to ship Nashua nWilliterm toam act. d.Then their's th n a the prod, paid off weden ar B
i 5a- ward, Jr., urged flyer ovr mater lan to norow,'s richest race.or grossing Aaawll bma afIn e an o th beaten
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onl ah hiedh..nw o rcI a csu b owner froma each league and FoT1d yriek, he baseball dm-g ;' 1 ..i" .. ..- tl .
SI the telin the plan more completed Action was at owdin Stakes rse. la f .
S4 ., 3. at 2. th is. Aqueduct, Na ua had won b r e. a t. b s
using trued$93,350 with anQted( triesis ahe final a tnas un tn a, ted st. to the post 'o
cplahe end of the regular season and the beg ce. Hebaggedh th aden vent ttion as th sire. r, which chased up
Int White at Belmont park and/the Juvq]Ple, conquered Citation. ais Never er, Franir s, who
g t. nGrand Union and Hopeful Skes. Say Die last e for the pecficerinore became the umbre da an
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ld~ al Note in. thb Cherry HiE at n rhfaCthslSM M r re no supl
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I n n a ir sourcedclined t y. H ever, hedvdiy: Geri Teccoc ".hHe's a curious fellow." 3
re P ANhTr d 'l"The op" has the commhasioneright empty uniforms. Oand, plain Mr.tza wFuinoi "He lie o eT- oYl b y
the game 19 starters, only Bill ,6:ar Morris, h47; and Frano exelin Brook. 9 remain. The veter- watch other horses and run maeng- 4 a a-J
in of prns line upswith the, t vacated uniforms to dramatize Tech's supposed plight. Yet the En side and away from them, w Qici PIo f: I '



























ayipen to know he's s1ck and tired of these l te-se-son fiaacoes/a." ;;??' : '" I"; V. I- f :',
ears won the pr-season poll of Southeastern Conference coaches. (NEA)ulnoo i -"in.
Srland, Dn mean the running t way par rcut A n .-


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the ep( which brought this situation head d sred...i '
downfield his monopoly of takes one was really aces lly, not n because o Paaso Monday witness the THEAT"
e play g. anaw York yesterdab t which me otwe thale are handled I
tOe h moe liSummerI f T i i To t eot ok er five hours th et in current Intram rural soccer league ONE r HE
h Bu. $25,000 Cowdin.After. Inni (all these years, the baseball fathers w have decided to on the local playground for
h man w athsr Gerin'sB ncurh t irgt umremis with God. From now on they are going to mehim senior boys attending the junlpr Bt T1' tJL
iOr In this BIG mrket. s. irun the weather. They've been gett 1 ing:50 a.m. Thech rain wen their high school..The usle feat EVE MAD! ,
for this schedules Imperiously Failed for brigb sun or full moon, they the Black Warriors and the ,
when all Guerin had Mrs. Russell.Fire- finally ha2 to admit it was a losing fight. Rovers who played to a thrilling F FiWor Fl3 1.M
I n the a tone's bay two-year-old oing S abeio inning next season, fr schedules for both leaves 1-1tie, o -er 2:4Jt i I u d .R r i -
th anhools all out at yte ende and Bummer will be drawn up to provide for what to hoged will be sufflcq t The match opened with tht m. RI '.5 and
Tan was clocked in track record leeway to take care of all vital games posted on accoutof Rover making the ic- nd -
time foc the six and oe-half disagreeable elements, vital, in this case, meaning games having moving, onward in an attempt t6
hitos Reds furlongs falmnr Tn n~megled a direct bearing on first' place. break through for an early goa0 ,
10 7 one miRate and 15 'decoh to That such steps should have been taken long 'ere this Is 0 but airtight defense by the W4r- TOMOROW
13 102 cover the f. course. obvious nothing can be gained by giving tle fathers a critical riors drove off attack after at- '- -"' .
o60 21 'wtpittoi going over because. .Wther sluggishness. After all, nether Rome tack n th early stages of t he'
a m y lea, w, JeOuen at P nor Jane Russell was built in a day. Perha it is su(icientto encounter. But the con'
21 Summer Tan lo asttojny that the fathers are uite aware of theiazards and are e change of formations durin the)
2 beat favored Na a length termined to act. "en-l -'S htopaid off when O-aar
1 2 and one-half. uhnvs Babe" The master plan is now. or soon will be, in the hands of the il x drove neatly from the In- ,U.. N* a
4 2 ran third. executive committee which comprises the two league presidents, ideipt; psltion for the Rover s'
4 3 Summer Tan was second a club owner from each league and Ford T'rlk, $he baseball m- gl. ,
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S5 $ 8 t is .S $3 "5 0. n$ .,o__
Briefly, an extra day is provided at the.end of the fina stream f e ac f / I-"Sattacks at IO o the
tereititonaj. trip; another qktraday at the end- of each, ff al vival oints of the field. This 00 00
seriess, additlonally4 w6 playing days are made available between s6rt of dtermination prevailedu r.00
the end of the regular season and the beginning of the World well through the second period 4.
series. In the next four extra days are set aside for the specific before tbe Black Warrior. ere
purpose of disposing of the aforementioend vital games. able to drive through with the
8 a*tying marker a fine shot from
'SICK AND T'RED' Lionel Slades, the team's center
I suspect Mr. Frick is the architect of the plan, though My rwardIes
F OR PE ANUT source declined to say. However, he did say:'ine defensive Play on .-h
F PEANUT"The plan has the commissioner's complete sauport, and, part of ert Wilson and -11
what's more, he Is resolved to exercise the full force of his au- ward LiMO and busy move-
thority to insure Its adoption by the fwo leapies. You'd be sur- ments. b- Elmer Gordon and .
primed how tough he can get when he's in the mood, and I hkp- Geo e oode on the half-tine
pen to know he's sick and tired of these Ipte-s3t4on fiascoes sa the day for the Warriors,
which are supposed t6 be&championship ball games." who might have been defeated.
Mr. Frick is sick and tired, he'# got an awful lot of com-
uandbso if the boss has belin wonderinR what's wrong with the otandings in the senior circu:iAp
hired hands these days he need wonder no longer. Very likely,
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LONDON, Sept. 221
ern plans for Germ
hent hit another snag
toe British Labor 'Par
Its policy of unquafi
of, plans to include W
Is n West Europ
W*ie party's nation
hpmnittee approved
vige resolution callir
ttion with other
Sot elist Parties in a
to~,4aw up a comnmo
S lie resolution wro
WS3e previous Labo
nalk of all-out suppo
r rearmament.
European Arm
major feature of the
backed European Defe
nity (EDC) system"
was killed by Frane*.
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60 British edmt!
new form' of' 51
d etup which wou
clde German t
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t of new oblaol
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whtver coEam tn
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Sodullst Parties 'do
oler how arrangeme
best be made" forl'a
contribution to collect
ty.
Death of EDC' fan
Labor Prime M'lftist
Attl'a Socialists Wtith
ity ef taking a new'st
Gurman issue befIre
Party convention be
week.
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er Londo.. foreign min
ference convenes to' d
man rearmament.
West Germany step
pressure last night fO
entry into NATO detp
opposition.
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Impatience, took swit
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noetia of the five pri
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DENVER, Sept. 22 (UP) -GOPt Hall was accompanied to Den- Hall predicted that the Re- r "-
National Chairman Leonard Hall. ver by Val J. Washington, direc- publcaas would pick up 15 to
admitting that the4Republ0ca t tor of minorities for the OOP 3 Houe ,eat, and said the Al .[ c A
IF are "running scared in the cur- committee_; Robert Humphreys ate picture w a even better. J
^ rent eltns, ld yesterday he Repu n committee campaign "'Thee is a matter of- one. .
SI THE O AeA -aco h e hou fohner Prn Truman dlr 4nd James. t, pu the MS ateo aef o -,
is ancestral history as he srts the ond grade at Wiscwui cmpVieni for thaeDemocrats lie4 Meeu .chief fTr .the .OOP. u ts yer,.Most OtKWUR 3EM, IlIllm
ascinated at having a real I ran in his cl.ss, especially ~rh because thng h ays wil H h tates
looking haircut. White House staff mengers met rave Resubian admin-
Soo arcu. Hall, after meeting at the with the President for more than tatlon, ad oe't hurt
summer White House here with 4A hour. After the meeting Tll you."
P .resident ElZenhower, said the said he told the chief executive Hall brushed oft f he Maine R
Republicans were grateful for that the GOP must put up a eleetop In which Democrat Ed-
critlcialhn ma~t of the adminis- "hard tght" in order to have mund 8. MuaGe defeated OOP
La b o r P a -. n a g s traction by Truman well as by a Re~cublan-controlled Con- Incumbent Burto or for gov- .
f Yr O .Adlal Stevenson titular head of grease rext year. eraor by snyla *"Cosar appar-
Sthe Democratic Prty, And Dem- He -hankly admitted "We're ently had Rotten himself It bad :
r l ocratic Chairman 8te p hen running scared. with the people and the party."
SMitchell. "I don't think you can run the conference also produced
"I put Truman, Steveason and any other way,"'he- said. FI don't an annpuno ent that e chief
d support rearming Germany with tha of ed a ad Bital .tha o-called left mean we feel we are going texcui e a nationwide
e at of their party ,"he lo. We ust don't want to be TV appeal on nation eve, Nov.
UP Ws t on it would make to F ranch e Brussels ed on b n n- sa "I t think anything overconfident 1, to help gt out the vote."
an rearma. and then gave a go-ahead to IX their nations against Jao- .i -of tbilnkd vothn to verconf--- i' !
g today when Foreign Secretary Anthony E- sion. hdr all e -- niffi-ffl H lvotes t
rty scrapped den to try to mesh his plan for Authoritative sources .abilthe ,"T,.o.o mind # thlni that
lied support rearming Germany with that of United State and BriMangea'al Ah a9 46a CIp lI UratherAV lM R Da FD J.
ean Defets- British and West G n soure- many Into WATO under a plan
es predicted that amny oe io lise that could tie the si U.S. divisions
al executive plan for German rearma t.t to serving in Europe even closer, to T...Ill U -L A Am n A -Am p nlV
instead a emerge from next week tine -the continent. Twel ft Member As Nominell e For Governor Of NY
ng for "con. power conference in London uld John D. Stephens, who came
r European I fall somewhere between the s But Mendes-France publicly pro- AM V -?.a-. to the Isthunus in 1928 and has
an endeavor put forward by B r i t a 1 a'd posed expanding the Brussels Pact OflmIo rrw been employed ever since with
n policy." France. far beyond original British pl ap NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP) It was young Roosevelt who th Drefengi DtVision of the
ote an end West erman sources insateod to include West Germany Ad ft j r Averell Harriman was nominated oarieaded. ~ drive t the Dem- Panama Canal Company, is re-
r Party po. that Germany must be adrit ted Italy. e- i l LOINIIU sln unanimously today ss Democratic oiatle national convention in trini from-that service at the
rt for Ger-. to the N nte Treaty Or- He would delay fferman them.- ""N Set. -candidate for governor of N ew 1952 for Harriman for president end of the Monith
ganizati lately. bership in NATO until the .pct LONDON, Sept. 22 (UP) The York but only after a bitterly- Roosevelt was Harriman's cam- Stephens has been active in
ny plan, 'a The sought is sima contains ample safe guardbe He 12th crew member of the Polish fought campaign that threatened paign manager. many asnyec ta- he community
e American- taneou i Hl NATO an4 also said that all epends on motorship Batory-the shablp that for time to split the party. Most of the powerful leaders In and is the fi o der an-
nse Commu- to the whether Britain will join -more carried ball-Jumping Amer can Harriman's battle with Frank- the Democratic Party had lined amA City firm ofo Trolcal Mo-
of treaties, apparel desfa' closely in European defense plans. Communist Gerhardt Elselel to lin D. Roosevelt, Jr., for the nom- up against the 40-year-old con- tors. Inc., diasributors df tude-
West G ..'9ut e N i American officiaL were wary of Europe-deserted the Comnmu- nation ended before delegates gressman.l They included many of baker, singer and Vauxhall au-
iing for wid- til a v .l0 r t .. any new French straitjackgt.Ge- nists and chose freedom in Brit- to the state convention had corn- his. father's close friends, inclad- tomobleas
tments to In prepa& -. 'Rle laying defense planning, already ain today. plated their first ballot. Ing James A. Farley, postmaster After hil Canal retirement
uropean de- deadlock on blocked at least two years by de- Police at Kings Cross an- With ths count standing at 561 general in the Ro vet adlatini- Stehens will retain his stock
Id eventual- Britain called in representatives lay on BDC and finally its cuttl- nounced the Batery's assistant for Harriman t. 21l for oose- tratiop and tU. Sep. t anlntereat in the a m
troops The of France, Belgi 4 i nm land ling by the Frenh National As- steward walked in on them thjt velt, the namesake son of the ,, a the 0
r raises the Luxemboout to tud i g the Membly. morning and -declared he warim late president deamatIc stap wooselt jenga-, s'h Is
lea to any -.. to live In freedom. The police In- pd to twh rostrum a aase. e.4i at least oe flditgt n l division
;. i n .^ .; .. l Iformed the home office whiVe 'that the nomlttp atof my old their. .ttemppt to. 4amped e ataff t of the
est that was expected to grant the Polih friend Avere Hrriman be made convention as ty araded a- Comany
ucy even- seaman's request, unanimous." round the convention ball. Police Hep will- leave for New York
Sy Europe's 's." Harriman needed only 510 votes quickly restored order. own to confer with executives
iuld "con- .^ Ship's officers announced to win. Concealed in a room in back o f the mining concern.
ants can proudly when the Batory docked Immediately after Harriman's the convention platform, Roose-
a German at Sunderland on the north east nomination Democratic Party velt personally directed the dis-
Live securi- coast that "no special security leaders closeted themselves be- play by walkie-talkle. His mother AIl l O
Measures' had been taken to hind closed doors to decide on poS- Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, was with AAMl 0Ido Vlr
ced former preventunhappy crew members sible running mates for the of- him.
er Clement rom.deserting, flees of lieutenant governor, comp-
the neces- Apparently the Steward, whose troller, attorney general and lea- In M racle cape
tande n the name was withheld temporarily ser offices. U Fcorno-
the Labor e asked asylum it the first po Roosevelt Uho had arrived out .
egins next Bstation he spo ed afIr stepping his omise to ght to the finish om B ig Pln
oYf the train at Kings Cross for a nomination, shook hands n l dTANSTEAD, Enland, Sept.
e nine-pow- ra station, with the powerful party leaders 22 S e
sisters' con r stationback had oppo 22 (UP) A Scotsh Arways
s seBtry is due to ail back who g bygones e-WA ICtON, pt. 2Up) transport p lane carrying 50 per-
t undelayed ord. r Let: us be cats first, In August with increased con- reports said only one pron wa
ite Freach Di u inlast and always et us march "sruction and strong consumer slightly injured In teo miracle
ato victory in Nove"nber." buying offsettn a decline in escape.5
SAmer i can Harriman New Deal trouble defense production and fixed The 45 pa ngerb and fiv
I ste ato- shooter In oth ithe Roosevelt and business Investment. erewmen r ush4.alear bf the
yca ng a A i Trumnan administ rations and form The -Departmenth said in a four-ng l innto1ier .e-
Treat moSm erMutual Security Adlnle trau report that liW constructol, The lan was repi char-
TPierrea itor y w i oAs b Iing after seasonal adJustment to- tered feor troop-car Stan-
Sexpanding An adult discussion group on Is certain of the Repbilean nom- t. Private, construction, whh jrl A a d f tan-
W ern de-world affairs under ta direc nation to seeed retiring Gov. represents nrly t fo porting troops to a nd la over-
t alst et ,ion of C. R. Voaburgh, Canal Thomas &. Dewey. of the total. increased tok the seas posts.
he conces- Zone school teacher, Is achoedul-. seventh consecutive month,
ed for the Canal ZJ one junior main p.trrbecausl n e ofathe redden-
Tr-. The total a3 t91,000 non-farm
With "World Affale a are t dwelling units atarlted In the
Your Affairs" as Its the me, M firstt eight months of the lear
the group will meet Monday was larger than in ny oer
nights at 7:30 to discus r cur- year except hnno.
rent international problems. The Depaitment said dur-
Although the weekly discus-.dRIC :
sion group ia mainly on a nLp- e to Sept. 2S (UP)ia gtrim Inventories. Du in
credit basi, certain students can Telephon a Tly, lvep tot values drop See
wor Wantearnhndeouof retoi d&andf-000tT OI
ular college credit, it was t Cuba t I atwmeld permit e del- Conum it srte

M .a ve-m t10Registration for te t eai lon brcat e
sion Division classe g o. W ted some tare.(tbeind thes e
tea r. g T ex.. a ed8upie times Kok held uraday night *a9m 6:30 A T Wat e ;Og a
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the lands. Sept. 22 -(UP) Someunhappy, frustrated eold maid
Canal 1200 bachelors and spiasters from 'and we bacbeloresses are n t
S-the nine countries Overflowed this that," said Dutch feminist .Man
itch ville' today or a cd.ven- Poa who pressed thro u g the
on of single persons, with the change.
*omen outnumbering the mea by
ven to "e. The congress voted to make the
The delege looked eethloth- first Sunday after Easter an an.
over wrily and In a re -ed nual"Bach 'ay."
ough f er-decorated atets The founder" the agr
ng their convention aan, i Grevenbicht town Ce ? -G
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fHid, unlil" bachelor and wv*r
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24 to met debate uch eanp in WoM War l.
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