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

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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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00515

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S l SCANDAL KILLING Plero P lonl (right), jazz
ftolan'son of Italy's former foreign minister, Att.llo Pccloni
as arrested in Rome In connect wilt ,the durg and sex
Mndal death of Wilma Montesi. ,Ugb'o tagn6 (left) was
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24 -(UP) -Gov- clashed when Italian I etwingers,
ien claimed to- seeking to toPPl Scba's anti-
I Mario Scelba to Communist gjov nent, demand-
ed" very ed a full-scale entry in-
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Som0 of the dissension which
has -teeetly flared up in thms
CIO ranks on the Canal Zone
may be *solved tomorrow after-
noon ,hen a press conference to
c I =f y the situation will be
given by Milton Murray,. ecre-
ar-treasurer of the 010's
Oec now on the Isthmus.
.eorge de Nuccl. special re-
Presentative of CIO president
Walter Reuther. who also spent
several days here making an on-
the-spont investigation of the
rift in Local 900 and the new
Local 907, leaves PanamA to-
night.
He will make a special report
to John Riffe. CIO executive
vice-president on the local labor
situation on Monday, he said.
The results of De Nucer's in-
vestigation will probably be
made known following a CIO
executive council meeting in the
United States next month.
A meeting between the two
feuding unions was he I d last
night, together with the visiting
Edward Oaskln. President of
Local 900. today denied there
was any talk of severing affilia-
tn Wh the OCEOC at last
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Local 900 was originally granted
a charter to represent employes
of PanamA Canal and PRR.
Later, it was granted "permis-
sion" to organize armed forces
employee, but the charter was
not extended to give Local 900
full representation rights.
Continued existence of Local
907 seems assured in light of
this disclosure, since national
CIO officials seem convinced
there Is a need for an Armed
Forces local hqre.

Both SIdes Slate

Stands In Pilots'

Sul For $551,000
Argument on the demurrer to
the $551,000 suit filed by 76 Pan-
ami Canal pilots was presented
this morning in the U.S. District
Court at Ancon by the Panama
Canal Company's general coun-
sel's office.
After a short recess at 11:30,
the defense offered Its argu-
ments in the case.
The plaintiffs who comprise
.fW-sixths of the Canal's pilot
.lorce. are la

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COME AND GET HER... The Sabrina floats waiting for a cus- .-- 0 -
tomer. Any buyer who is Interested in boarding the ship with
a %lew to purchasing same may contact the U. S. Marshal John Los Rios residents were infuriated today with the Ca-.
Kincald at the U. & District Court at Ancon. The 13-year-old nal's announcement yesterday, that a new swimming pool
vessel, built in Moble. Ala,. is freshly painted. The 7,831-ton
tanker will be sold to the highest bidder Tuesday in the Ancon will be constructed soon at Margarita.
court house to satisfy claims totalling $201,848. A group of Lo; Rios housewives, stating they intend
to take immediate action to protest the move, pointed to
Themselves as the "step-children of the Isthmus."
J p p $134,8 J0 Mrs. Marjorie EvOns, president of the Los Rfos Civic
Council termed the proposed construction ridiculousu" in
S T view of the previous statements made by the Canal that
For Tunaman s H-Death iy lacked funds to put the Los Rios swimming pool in
running rdr.r
She ettinmated the Margarita pool would probably
TOKYO, Sept. 24 (UP)r-The as much as Japan expects the cost over $40,000, and added that it would hove required
Japanese cabinet demanded to- United States to pay to 22 about $8,000 to reactivate the Los Rios pool
day that the United States pay other fishermen wno were about $8,0W to reactivate the Los Riospool.
about $13,850 to the family of burned by radioactive dust The Panamd Coii~o. when asked to ju y the new
a fisherman who died from which fell on the tuna fishing construction had "ho coihment" to make todyy.
the effects of an American boat Fortunate Dragon from
hydrogen bomb. the March 1 Bikini H-bomb The proposed swimming pool "A request for funds for the
Foreign Minister Katauo Oka- test. in the Atlantic-side community project has been eluded in the
zaki said the cabinet agreed Okazaki also revealed that of Margarita was announced by 1956 budget," the announcement
that this was the amount the Tokyo government has Acting governor f 0 aon said. "If funds ar e avail-
which the United States should asked the United States to yesterdaydur nzu a i con able, It d i xpectes the pool
pay to the widow and three stop using Bikini Island as a terence h 'with repritates can be finished ea i calendar
children of 40-year-old Aikchi nuclear laboratory, of U,8.-rate civie council year of 1956."
qub*pma, who dledg ypstep. Japanese officials have ehsrg- Pao p t pl
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At loi red ut as--pe
Sthe ltalan
be after Wild and scuffig broke
and scuffling brol
has spoken ep to the p a s Christian Demo- lO
sts who aretrying to erratic r' aeo moo Piolo.
his pro American, As Pt tnsensuao'<
te.road coalition. from
t spokesmen aid to qua ht ate
a Is aswed tU sup rt of er. UETROIT, Se 24 (UP) -
;t i D owlanDejraas So- n. 1.nd us i Twenty.silx-yea rl songstres
la iDemocrat ans .ll-th~e S'oals, t, ("cSant Baby") Kitt made he
s aliti. s* th cris" stup" anti nnh
as of eoton ltshn the c ies" dramatic debut in the United
Sarists and le. last night in a play titled
i a ervers ru ku seatyte ars to play
iticl oe r e r s rus at- each other, but ially "rPatterson
red govert it would wq separated by other enstrtha shed 11 years toe pla
Sto aboutl10 for the Two men have been ated Stthead role of a mixed-up teen-
6mn ned op etion.* te scandal which has rocket the ageo who eventually overcomes
ba mide t h e ,frgeoning ovemen d the national po theugel toleave her rpcor ur-

Sover a Ioma, ty girl's lce, ce. i
st & 1$ months a he subje The Communist succeed tie glittring lights of Chicago.
a vte'of confen witm n Scelbs aproval to dis- The three-act play opened at
celba's opnents rge the cus.the resignston of former Ibe ra gTheater in Deroit and


Serant trihtwinto r h up the afojMnister the Pcact_ run throh Oct.
$0m e etrta, Piero has bee J0dAcoirdlnLg to many first night-
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-m* : tt een-M a Ifott t h de at of 075 M it t ha**" nde t he p. rt
~ in the 8 ati dtd mODe elder' Piccioni 62 was re-out of character Into her sulry-
Steaor r t d l t4y at i summer voiced trademark for which she

laof, RIt d t *a d'ter with d rugs. btinelay.
5v 1 o f sted rqnu goMotag LMrs. Patterson was written by
was arrete aba 'aceo- Chanes Bbree and Oreer John-
Srlghtwing ratorf ,ce after the fact" son.

itrIdB For One Reason:.Love- loan
5Sej t bim.Madly In love with. m. what theysaid about Bill," she
Id t atd her Bi l ...W. was, and is, the tsaid.
marry "- mort 'hW'nfig, captivatint man 'I lived with Bill f or three
r Ll -ork Iever n- yea rs, and w h ile we were In
trOl of his checking accounts. If
-l__ ,_,.tells or the first O'Dwyer because -of thWe scan- there had been a secret source
u l t..1 d on 't Oor &met. f, of R d- d s o f in co m e 9 I w ou ld h av e k n o w e
imiowhat c a.usem th I ddott fo minute bel about It."


S eago whi 'Dwy-
t "ws maade nla evenn"
)wyet married 8&knmp-
ts 194 In mlorid after be-
setected mayor. e was 33.

rtly thereaft' QDwyer
nod a& mayor uf* sesudala
MiW ,the police deartnent
uncovered. Be was ap-
ed ambassador to Mexico
resident Trump.
)wjer resignebst ambas-
pbo Dec. 8, after sn.
ZKefalver's ;.n te crime
e hear reveal
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rm ofRamirez. Van BIclp and
C Catro. asm well as by William
!'yson, a Washington attorney
ho was presented to the court
d to Judge Outhrie F. Crowe
nornnfj X urez, in Intro-
ducing the lawyer, asked that he
be permitted to participate hi
.e case on the part of the
plaintiffs.
Attorney David Markun who
presented the Canal's arguments
to the demurrer claimed that
the plaintiffs are expressely ex-
cluded from the provisions of
both the Classification. Act of
1949 and the Pay Act of 1945.
The defense will base its con-
tentions that pilots do come un-
dCr these two acts on the rulings
of the Comptroller General and
the Civil Service Commissioni
which states pilots are entitled
to be paid according to pre-
vayling rates and practices of
the mirltime industry under the
Classification Act of 1949.
It was brought out in court
that this is the first case to
come under the court's jurisdic-
tion which involves the Pay and
Clpssific stion Acts.
The suit. filed J ulv f, 1954 is
entitled "Robert F. Body. on be-
half of himself pndi all other
PanriamA Canal llots'* similarly
situated, versuq the Panama Ca-
nal Company."


Near Paciicside
Lile League Park

Canal Zonians who sometimes
feel they are skating on thin ice,
may soon be skating on wooden
floors.
It ws announced yesterday at
the monthly U.S.-rate civic
council shirtsleeve meeting that
Pacific-siders may look forward
to the construction of a skating
rink near the Little League Ball
Park on Gaillard Highway.
In connection with a request
by t h e Cristobal Margarita
council for the construction of
a concrete slab for roller skat-
ing in the area behind the old
Margarita Hospital, Acting Gov,
ernor Harry 0. Paxson said a
wooden floor skating rink was
being considered.
The Pacific side rink would
be 75 feet by 100 feet, and would
be built over the concrete floors
in the old storehouse located in
the "300" area.
They said every effort would
be made to find funds to pro-
vide some paved type of bicycle
and roller skate play area in
Margarita below the old dispen-
sary site._


uoo anO- moma-"', -
SMeanwhile, U. *. Ambassador
hbn Allison sent a check for
$20 to Kuboyama's wldow.
"While no sum Of money can
compensate for your loss," Ali
son sati in a short letter, "it
is the desire' of the govern-
ment of the United States that
something be done to make life
easier for you and your chil-
dren in the future.".
Allison added that he want-
ed her "to know the deep sor-
row and regret felt by the
government and the people of
the United States and person-
ally by me .-ver the death of
your husband.
SThe gift, which an embas-
say source said came from
"public funds," represents a-
bout two year's Income- for
the average Japanese fisher-
man. d
The' death touched off a new
wave of anti-American senti-
ment in, Japan, only nation to
feel the wrath of the atom
bomb in World War IL
Dr. Yoshlro Kuriyama, assis-
tant director of the hospital,
blamed the death on. "radia-
tion." An autopsy was being
performed.
A panel of Japan's best doc-
tors that had been treating
him had said in the past he
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Chinese Communists Promise


(a) Formosa, (b) Confucius'


TAIPEI, Formosa, Sept. 24 -
(UP) Communist Chinese
broadcasts from Shanghai were
reported today to have warned
that bombing raids would be
started against Formosa on
Sept. 28.
Official sources here did -not
confirm the reported shortwave
broadcasts. But unoffielal sourc-
es indicated that emergency air
raid dipersl plans were under
consideration tor top level gov-
ernment agencies.
Sept, 28 Is the traditional
birthday of Confucius, as-
elent Chinese asge.
Meanwhile, swarms of Nation-
alist fighter-b bombers flew
through the driving rains of. an
approchng typhoon to hit Red
n positions near Quemoy is-
The Nationalist defense minis-
try announced that artillery on
Quemoy and naval units off-
shore joined the Air Force on-
sla;ht.
g' comn ,mists, in turn, kept
up their shelling of QuInoy
deite 20 days of ncentrate
Nationalist attacks.
A pokeman said the m on-
t etypsoomelW s
seuth of Formosa. It was ex-
peeted to reduee visildity a-
round Quemoy, sert tly
hamper Nationalist attaeks a-


ganst Communist troop build- leted that portion on actual de-'
up areas and improve the livery. He explained he. did S0
Red's chances of a sneick at- because of thne limitations and
tack against Quemoy. reaffirmed he stood behind te0
The typhoon was expected to remarks
hit the China mainland near He made reference to Gen.
Swatow. Clark when newsmen asked him
to'name other members of the
Meanwhile in San Francisco group.
SeA. Estes Ketauver charged '"ell you all heard of General
that Sen. William Knowland Mark Clark's press conference
and Gen. Mark Clark were not long ago when he advocated
members of a "slniter group" all-out war," he replied.
of Republicans bent on fore- The Tennessee senator said he
lag the country into war with "knew of others" who could be
Red China. classed in the same group but
The former Democratic presi- said he did not care to mention
dental candidate said the "sin- their names at this time.
sister group.. operates exclusive-
ly through the Republican Par- He said the group operates
ty." within the Elisenhower adminis-
"Secretary of State John Fos- tratlon and said "the adminis-
ter Dulles has time and again tration is responsible for the
bein prevented from using his damage It does to the success
own best judgment by the of our foreign relations."
er exerted by highly placed Kefaver said American
members of this group,"'he de- prestige and eaderMl In the
dlared, "including the majority world had d ed to an all-
leader of the Republicans, Sena- time law Republican
tor Knowland of California." le.
Across the bay in his ofmece in "Bvery lose in American pow-
Oakland, Sen. Knowlamd said he er and prestige has been a gain
would have "no comment" O for Cbmmunlin," he said. "Ths
Kefauver's charges. carmot be allowed to continue
The remarks were made at a and Democrats would be ack
press cofenrence. n eponsimbtyt theydid
Kefauver had reference to the do eryin in their power to
"sinister group" in the advance haH t loses."
text of a fomal speech but de- B' 4"c. the iArst major ad-


i 1 .2 vI asmwaie vr uin& p wrjeuw .
1 4 General reaction of Lou RioN
m7-0 s s -f residents to the anaoieoanent
US today was that they do not be-
Twice Subs Of US MA o rM
grudge the people of M aritl
a swimming pool.
"We think anyone who gets
CHICAGO, Sept. 24 (UP) anything under this new reme
Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Is doing okay," they remarked.
Thomas says the Russian Navy "They fil one In because
has twice as many submarines as they don't have money, and
ihe United 8tategs and that the build another, moee expensive
ussias are turning out one one up," a housewife com-
new submarine a week melted. "You figmro-it out."
Thomas said the Russians now
have a fleet of 350 subs, already tSeveral women said they had
seven times larger than tne Ger-who claime d o resident ws ari
nan undersea force at the start who claimed it was a lont h aui
of World War II. over to the only other Atlantic-
,But, Thomas said, although side swimming pool now open in
tussIa has the greatest subma- Oatun.
rine fleet in the world, "the However, Los Rion women say
United States has the weapons it is.also very hard for parents
to win a war underseas." with small children to travel bY
, He spoke at a dinner in the chiva to theBalboa pool.
Chicago Museum of Science and The Los Rios Civic council is
Industry, commemorating the waiting acceptance into the gen-
capture of the Nazi submarine eral civic councils this month. A-
U-505 by American sailors in bout '400 ftamIes resde in LOs
1944. RioS.
The U-505 was brought to Chi- The swimming pool which be-
cago and will be formally added came Canal property when thi
to the exhibits at the museum Army transferred that portion
Saturday. Fleet Admiral William Of Corozal to the Canal, was fill.
F. Halsey will be the principal ed in after it was announced
speaker Saturday there were no funds to maintain
Thomas also said the Russians it. 4
have captured German techni- According to a canal an-
clans and have gained the bene- nouncement about the civio
fit of their research in building council meeting, present plant
their submarine fleet, call for a 75 by 100 foot pooL
_______ built of tile-finished concrete, t.
fbe located adjacent to the North -

To M I ark e ially es sage, he
Swedish Showman


Birthday Hin He'l r

dress of Kefauver's fall cam- oreta Garfll
paign series, bristled with barbs e N
at Dulles STOCKHOLM. Sept, V 4 (TUP)
A Stockholm newspaper said
He called last summer's Ge- today Greta Garbo may no
neva conference "one of the low longer "want to be alone" ands
points of American diplomacy" SO-year-old Swedish showman
and said Dulles had to eave the smay e the reason.
conference in order to "save The newspaper exptessea
face." quoted the showman, Gusta
e was also critical of the Wally, as saying maybe
administration's failure to marry aro. Wally said yes-
curb "Mi Carthyism." terday he-plans to got marne10
curb "McCeventually to Wedish
He said the administration in Nbwo York."
cannot escape "at least partial ote d to be In New
blame" for the impact on the close friends. t
foreign relations of "McCarthy- ChiefditorC. A
mghtly phone today and thepe pe
abroad see inthis a surrender printed the convertion DBe-
of many of te principle for tween them.
which the American democracy -uil you marry Greta Oar-
has been so greatly admired," he bo?",, Nycop asked.
declared. "Maybe, later ft" the sho*'
"Rightly or t see man replied.
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same sort of fanatiiesm ich in paper will report oaff f
the last two ad used so Oreta arbo Is onB d ).
much traely in ." I the marrying
He blaamd meoby Wally inrI
for b the Korean War to Wally himself
a amaclus "that sattfged no He did not d 60F
Cow" and Ieeat of the EDC Wally. a former
whih he U wea eamed be- commutes betwee-alf i
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onunce their affiliation with the
'miners.
The APL men were shown re-
ports that Lewist is taking jobs
and ,members away from the Car.
penters, the Plumbers, the Team-
sters, the Laborers and the Elec-
tricians. These jobs are on auto
freeways and on four construe-
tion projects in- Pennsylvania, as
well as some in Kentucky, South-
ern Ohio, and West Virginia. They
were also told that Lewis was
"quite busy in Canada."
The Carpenters Union chief,
Maurice Hutcheson, had reports
which revealed that Lewis has lost
little of his daring. Lewis is work.
ing a package deal. Through his
banking connections he is financ-
ing employers- contractors-who
are willing to hire his unemployed
miners or are willing to sign up
their workers with Lewis' catch-
all District 50.


Lewis helps these businessmen-
through his political influence
which is considerable even in
,states where there is no coal. That
influence- is powerful among con-
gressmen ranging from New Eng-
land right on out to the West
Coast.
SThen he moves in his crews.
Many of these are unemployed
stlp +mining gangs, which include
skilled electricians, plumbers, car-
penaters and laborers. Lewis ap.
patently has moved in enough of
thee crews to stir AFL leaders
into counter-action as soon as the
can get a "coordinator."
Soon the immovable force will
meett he irresistible objective.

Tok Yow ve

Tongue Sensitive!


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U 1 TE EADR "O"UMN LOS ANGELES Exactly one
is ORUMEyear and one million dollars ago
:A44 .Lhe AFL ousted and declared war
H 4- on the East Coast longshoremen-
SIAA II A lla dramatic, though futile war
SL which finally involved the White
House, several governors, the FBI
and tne police of a dozen cities.
Yet the word today at this AFL
The Meiraff is on open femm*o r re ders*o The -Mas Amer- convention is that those ousted
Ien. L xtga a e lived g**aefully and re h"ndled 1a 6 wholly ea"- longshoremen not only have sur-
dmtel mu a. .... vived by the grace and money of
If ye ut b lt a @ltte** ndow't be lmmetlent it 5t d**m't ppeeI the John L. Lewis, but are now Joining
,Ma day. Letee are published in the order received. the Miners Union chief in declar-
PIlme t#y tio keep the letters limited to one paes Itb*. ing war on the AFL. This combine
Meu*iy f letter# writrn i held in trictest eon.Mfdse* is now raiding the powerful Feder-
This newaper sumes no responsibility e steient 6e Os eII loNS action far inland on a front which
iermyeol is letters r n M, er. reaches across the U.S. into Can-
What Lewis' ultimate strategy is
INVESTMENTS FOR TOMORROW no one but John L. really knows.
I r: L It is known, however, that he has
I belte*e that Spanish should be thei asic language of Latin set his 75th birthday, Feb. 12,
!Amrica eols. We should be taught the customs of our coun- 1955. as a deadline for developing
try instead of that of a foreign country. a mass following far beyond the
S Nevertheless it would not seem fair to so lower the standard 500,000 men he now leads. It is
1oi learning as to handicap the development and future useful- known here that he plans a huge
Inels of Panamanian citizens residing in the Canal Zone. diamond Jubilee birthday celebra-
It has been noticed that in the changing of the Canal Zone tion which will hail him as the
,Local Rate Schools to that of Latin American Schools great great proletarian leader of Ameri
4-unior College was to be eliminated because of lack of students. But for that Lewis needs the
,rhls was proved erroneous. mass following. It may be this
The powers be. have decided to have a Junior College but which motivates him. Or he may
)with a curriculum that in itself tends to serve only one purpose; simply want to needle further the
that of discouraging free enrolling. Here s the curricula: AFL leaders he hates so much and
h iera A srts a who -now have international pres-
Spanish Language. Spanish Literature Latin American His- tige and sit in world ouncils.
tory. Art, Music Physical Eduction, English Compositio n. whatever the motivation, John
eCo nimrcal L. is sufficiently on the mauveto
Spanish Language Latin American History, Accounting, Ad- stir some of the AFL giants into
anced Typing, Physical Education.. serious behind-the-seenes strategy
SThis i a far cry Pi ro. a Liberal At curriculum to which any conferences here, news of whifh
one who ias been to college will agre They are fully in- Thas not seeped through to the floor
adequate ualfv one to enter any recognized college n the The men who met to counter
lUnited Same" to work toward a degree ent The men who met to counter
rOneay y tha thisrsmwht the t.Mmap OoverInent The men who met to counter
One +tsay that this Is what Lwemw moves are ave Beek of
!wants aidL lose who don't like whit.J offered can go to the farflung Teamsters Uon,
Unleverth wea feel the government has a certain moral Maurice Hutcheson of the Car-
obligation to the people residingIn the Canal Zone,. These resl. penters Brotherhoo, Billu Maloney,
"rlgto to the people resdnein sothe hona.ba... ti l ves of the Operating engineers
dents. Panamanians and West Indlti,,ve.devot terlw vc and Pete Fasco speaking or Joe
to teot U eo s dst More Fasco, speaking for Joe
o the serve gof the United States Q mento n atehieirMoreschi of the Laborers Union.
niake it IN Mslble for them to r9rY feed ,. uate t The 3,000,000 members of these
children. d .. n fl ee the AFL unions are the sinews of
Many of these people or their father have suffered the AFL unions are the
iravages of k te construction period, They he left their homes Am leaders never waste me.
nd haviy" 8e, to make the Panama Canal a reality. Their leader. never waste time.awa from
apa rough And they did take timeaway from
SNowvi tthe Canal Zone has -..ta d rght deliberations on national politics
he sweat, tears and blood of these unfortunates. isn't and international affairs because
tht they should enjoy some of the sweets? Wat tl1 Lewis' cold war was sending tem-
4ude could be shown than for the government to make it possiblpers shooting higher than the 90
We' not ask the CanalhZone t gLve us free Junior College dee AFL chiefs were told, for
education ? 'What we desire is the oppor unity for a Junior Col- example that Lewis has Just
Tlee eduat on comparable to that of Balboa Junior College or opened an organization office in
collegsM In tl0e United States. With such a background we shall San Francisco, on whose hills one
,be VreporU for higher studies in the United States or to take would be hard put to find a coal
,our Dla our own country. pit. This office was opened last
S The amanlan citizens getting such an opportunity will Friday, according to their informal
long, be.. ful to the United States of America. The extra tion
,*mnon Eby y the government to augment the operational cost "
of the IS on may serve to accomplish in course of time that They were old by their field
very g o tl5tionship which is being sought through other chan-; people that Lewis' special flying,
tnelB-^e uh squads have as many as 15 or-
jnets one is edeavoring to cement more closely Boose- gsquarshav las mny his own
Velt, hbdr X cA However, the h Ian ,llfl0W Iarea.
Boca ege tends to destroy such good relationship. rtat manmowe'
It be borne In mind that if young people are de*d 'ib 'e Jd L. by the old
the p3 @ getting an education it may generate bitternSa t e r nat io nal Longshore.
'in theat rand who can tell what the influence of those ien's Asn., whose president,
people '(% 'the future. Capt. Wiljem Bradley, was await-
S- 'Observeg, ing wort from Lbwis for a per.
", +: serional conerence at which the wa-
+S.__________ ____ terfront men would officially an-


Leading U.S. Communist

By Peter Edson
0 -
WASHINGTON -(NEA)-A new force violence) knowing the pur- Communist League. In 1934 he be.
phase of the U. S. internal war poses thereof." came a section organizer for YCL
on Communists will be launched In a membership case, the,gov, on Chicago's South Side.- The nqxt
in Chicago this fall with the trial ernment must prove in every trial year, at 25 he went to Moscow as
of C 1 a u d e Lightfoot under the the subversive nature of the Com- a delegate to the sixth congress of
membership clause of the Smith munist party, its advocacy of o- the YCL International.
Act. overthrow of the government, andl He returned to Chicago to be-
All of the 81 Communist party the defendant's know led g come YCL state chairman from
functionaries who have been con- of these purposes together with his 1936-39. Then he was made educa-
victed so far have been tried un- support of those objectives, tional director of the party for 1lli-
der the conspiracy clause of the This is a time consuming proc- nois, with supervision over the
Smith Act. The specific charge has ess. Even so, government attor- workers' school :n Chicago. In 1942
been organizing or helpl g to or- neys believe this first, membership he became a member of the Dis-
ganize a "society, group, or as- case may be completed within six trict Eight C. P. committee.
embly of persons who teach ad- to eight weeks. The conspiracy From A ril, 1943, to November,
Cate or enorag -th rtrow als ave been running six t l t
Sthe Unitl stte r o artPed
violence." 14, arrested June 26. The case wil 8. y. H beca a ly
The 10 Smith Act trials com- be set for trial before U, S. Dis technician, third class,the ar-
pleted in the past six years plus trict Court in Chicago at a hearing termaster Corps. He served two
ree more still pending in New shortly. The case will be present years in Europe but saw no ac.
Haven Cleveland and Denver have ed by U. S. Attorney R o b e rt tion. But he got an honorable dis-
all been against groups of defen- Tieken, with Assistant Attorney charge.
dants involved in a coispiracy. James D. Parsons and William The next year Le was back in
O'Donnell of the Department of Chi>.. helping to reconstitute the
It being easier to bring the Com- Justice. party. In 1948 he listed himself as
munists to trial in bunches than Since Lightfoot is the first person legislative chairman for Illinois.
separately, this pattern has been to be tried under the Smith Act When Gilbert Green v as convicted
followed in all SmitL Act cases un- membership clause, his case his- in the first Smith Act trial in New
til the Lightfoot case came along, tory is of some interest. York, and skipped bail, Lightfoot
The evidence in this case seemed He is a Negro, 44 yearsold, born was named to succeed him as 111-1
to offer an opportunity for the gov- in Lase Village, Ark. His family nois executive secretary.
ernment to institute trial against went to Chicago during World War At the December, 1950, conven-
a single Communist under the I and Claude Lightfoot went to tion of- the party in NEW York,
membership clause. This makes it the Colamn Elementary School when its national committee was
unlawful for any person "to be- and W. Phillips High School in the reduced from 55 to 13 members,
come a member of, or affiliate W!ndy City. Claude Lightfoot was named one
with, any such society. group or He has no other known occupa- of the alternates. This is the posi-
assembly of persons (advocating tion than Communist official. Over tion he holds today as one of the
overthrow of the government by'20 years ago he joined the Young leading American Communists.



Walter Winchell In New York
a -


TO A HOLLYWOOD STARLET
Rent an apartment you can't
afford,
Fence, (there's poise in that
that sword),
Play with dumbbels. not human
-just wood,
Only make friends who can do
you some' good.
C gqyO yorf'niae to some-
thikg exoto! *,, : ".
Let t-be knw you're a trifle
neurotic, .
Sign w an. a gent-both booking
and press,
Invest In a low-cut sequined
dress.
Be seen every night at Mo-
cam b or Cire'o
With Phe plic of the crop of
movie -hero,-
When you go on location, where-
ever you are
Start a feud with the feminine


Gina Lollo-etc. blocking the Sardi's
iront ooliging autograpnters ...
Tue peepaig Toms, uicas and Ir-
vings in we Tavern Apts. (opp. tWe
Corn Tneater) spying on erau Aee-
g an and Qer *5te Season" dol-.
ings wno make like nuae statues.
Sallies in Our Alley: A mueh-
marnrieu woo producer strolled
mino te btork Ciu wat a lold
hBombsneUi ... "is that girl te
wife," asked Mr. b liuungiey ..-.
"eiNope," ne Was told, atoat wie's
his girl!" .. how vtolKdector's
current quip: Ja near about toe
brasa, young actor woo was Lurd-
ed aown for -r anny'. Too cneeky."
New York Success Story: You
probably saw all that nourayinmg
in ) ue, Time;, Newsweek anu eals-
wnere over .Ine News raoto of tWe
Weex-a would-be Bridge suicide
... Tne prize sbnouette was
lens'd, oy 2o-year-oid joan Heares,
Jr.. learning tne business on one
--.* ... ... k. i... 1~


NEWARK, N. J. (UP) '-I atar e Bew4d ln
Your tongue is not as sensitive famous graneatner ... Io Just
as you think. It hs nd et your tet capped, hai won toe mt' News Poto ward,
spots. bleached, and watch your too, and a big play in Edior &
What's more, it can get awfully weight., Pualisner about nis Behin-On-T e
confused when confronted with (And be nte tq the boy of the Job ... None of which gavb
meals combining bitter, sweet, 4th estate) the supreme kick that wen,it
salty anc' sour flavors, according If you're patient, you'll ign to the $3 -Cash Bonus -... From the
to Phil Krats, chief resear ch a long term pactt.. lally Mirror.
chemist for a local beverage con- So, perhaps in the meantime, -
cern. (Hoffman). learn to act! Midnight Owling: The Detective
Kratz reports that the center -Barbara O' eu Wall MeShalnetdmOtion and humiliation
oart of the tongue is insensitive (forholding an pambrella over the
to most taste sensations. The rest .ChanMa's head) wasn't the first
of the tongue is divided into small Ce b.e About Towa: Franchot morale-wreaker in the Police Dept.
taste blocs, reacting to one or two Tone, lokig Vedt Twedy (an Those two cops at the a -
flavors but taste blind to the Briddisa), on WSEth vW sn Un- smilIn as Marilyn Monroe. took
others. brell on his m ai tead efA Girl their arms--were also repriend-
When a dish has too much of .. Gloria Sw s, studying her ed. (Onowlookahere!) Carol
a particular flavor, the taste buds reflection. as- e strodb by a 5t Fraser (of Lfe) weds Wa. Zins-
which react to it actually get tired Avenue store window ... Ava ser (of the Trib draia pages) in
and dose off for a half a minute Gardner asking a cab driver mid-Oct .Dia Carrol, an
or so. For example, Krata ex. front of 3) to sht of the l-year-old Ebony thrush, has been
plaimed, the "fatigued" buds wea't It w a Sinatra ga agned 1ar "Hoone f Flof es"
register the sweetness of a sweet i Wail- starring ear Baley ...
dish at that point, leaving the pro y the e Come will start recoding the
other taste buds a clear field to photos at her "Silk Stoekng/'c
pick up the secondary flavor el- .kG ) .. Ba F.. ohad to launder some af the
events present, if any. *way from B a esi .. Jackie Coopr ("EXa to
-So, if your dessert suddenly slAa U Frtt. B. i walking inte ab stir's al
tastes less sweet than it did at inag Ua Stark U* T chess walking into a store's a
fIst don't bite your wife. Held of elas* .. .- door, may involve
your nxigue, cunt to at least 10 ng trafle e his The store c pat-
and thm try another bite. la iand S ... BW- a sine Do ReyiWu e-wife
-'


wants $2,W50 in back yellimony or
he t'veet-tweets in a cage.
Midtown Vignette:. The police
dispatcher shouted "Calls 'for
Help!" ... The scene was a
swanky apartment house in the 50s
... The cops came from all direc-
tions and raced up... The young
woman, in her nigntgown (cold so-
ber), said it was really nothing...
She and her boy friend had a spat
S... Two poodle- were frightened
into a corner ... Lots of paper
money- 20s, 10s and s-was all
over the place-rolled up or torn
to bits ... "What's all teat dough
doing on the floor?" they asked
her ... "Toys," she explained
patting a yawn, 'for my puppies."1
Cast of Characters: Lillian Ross
of The New Yorker staf, who ha
The Cool Crowd incensed. Claim
she put words in their mouths (in
her Newport jaz essay) that made
them sound Idiotic. Ll blows a
"cras" clarinet herselt ... Scott
McKay, who turned down a lead-
ing role "Bloody Allay" to take
over John Forsythe's bit in "Tea-
house." Less dough. More presteej
... Bobby Van, the Vum of a
vaudeville fer, who Bbe a
star, they predict, r Y r


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fusea to participate in the Mar-
mhall Plan I


orf a i moDbe aunag me Mwmar
--Aprl m24, 1950," period. This
happens to be about the same
time that Russell wat campaign-
ing for the gubernatorial nomina-.
tion.
During this period, Russell col-
lected his full senate salary, plus
an additional $315 for 35 days of
personal expenses, plus $150 for
renting an automobile for "offi-
cial business," plus the air trans-
prtation home. And 4t se e ms
highly doubtful that there was
much ECA business in RSno dur-
ing the primary campaign.


SIDE GLANCES
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So I looked up the column as 1
originally wrote it It read: "Wal.
lace was one. of the few governD
ment officials who ever tried to do
much about the Okies, Arkles asid
itinerant farm hands who migrate
across the U.S." What happened
was that the teletype operator!
skipped one line. My apologies.
However considering aXl the
copy they have to transmit, it's a
wonder teletype operators don't
make more mistakes.


By Calbroith

.v. i lM 1:


IL 0. ALSw. t*ea
ow. "" o "A0s "b&
"What do you wan restful bedroom design? Do i
think to sleep with the lights on
a at wallpper?"


H~IM NOCE OF SALE
NU is hereby gmn thatthhe Motpr Tank Vessel
fAinag re the Pamnanlap flag, Rqistrl
No. ?. oe R.P. a twi-screw ship of
7.831 r e and net tnage of 6,0,
with utb of 464 feet. btilt at U obe, Alabama,
Sa bebc auction, under order of te
nitto ea s dMrt bourt for the Distriet the Canal
Zone,. th 2h day at br, 54, at 10 o'lock
In the ranoon, at te Un tate Ditrict Courthoue,
Ancon, Canal Zane, In the action entitled RederlAktlero.
laget (Bans von Rt A/B and Wh. O/Y
owner of ** moke Cuk ir l ARUBA, U tagt6ainif
mfA =de Al.,oI Anne. ta
Venor, the pre ads sch sale to be depodMtedrn the R"g
1W A tim coart to remain until the further deri t
t court.

L L ENCAID
United State Marsabal.
Datd. Aneam, Caal mm. September 20, M.


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CWAS WASHINGTON
from Nevada, is one of ue moWb Dave Beck, heax
blase men In the Senate. He also ter paid an nte
likes to see politics operate 0 a Prdent isewnu
self-financing basis. To accomplish ek fg his ra ,
this he has a happy faculty for rops. He ld Ike hi
putting state polucians the fte- teRed Cha t
eral payroll even though they arSnT lerswithere
doing almost nothing for Un1le whether the
Sam, Just as long as they are do now competing
a somethingg for him in Neva-. 5 Conseratina
East trade. MSer n
rake the case of Gov. Charles H. sa the timing of
Ruseli 0o f1evatio now u ptn. atet t Bed
to re -election. :obably N tat"IIM.to
vadans know it, but MeCarran eat Biti uses watom
kept Itussell on the federal pay aeetlme us e wa
rou Walkl.toe was running for gov. ame teY Would tie
ernor4asUme ad rign up utl power plant in act
after he was nominasd. Pnhower paid t iu
Wnat happened was that McCar-. o free tr ade
ran at first encouraged ex-uover- communism abroa
govertior, taen double-crossed lnm D democrat
and bcaea tMusseL He oi H4 we ay, the manwho
this up by .puljeton ussOll aon e wreath to his tuner
benat l s:& Watcadog Committeel, tiel oPpolnent. )
which ust happen t ou be vooe only man Diek Simpsoon
committee wose vouchers are not o ia. Each was In c
auditea by be wGeneral AccoUnteng F ComugrePar
OUflce, a little loophole arrangedpl t le0 parties,
-by ben. byles Brildges of hew ly respeted pthe
lhampsne when he was chairman I ae s p oroebl t ,
of tneo committee during the olth u n wibo re a e
Congress. Tne loophole, incident-. wey's labor a
ally, permitted Braeges to send ex. ptele, has advise
aen. worut Clars t Idaho on a Sentr will ge
trip to ine o report on aidL supportnIn the s
lor Cheang Kai-snek without an OK gr orte r sthe
trom either Congress or the State for grai nor. Othes
Department. claim that e Is s leo
in any case, McCarran happily thoy wn hs weight a
took advantage 3f the loophole and throw sweito a
paid Russel oe0.85 per month as a Oal senators, folto
so-called committee consul t a n t however, and voted
during, th same tie same time he was run- mnt -he pre
ing ior governor. re- dul e d m
itu remained there until sin thl oani t
June 3, 1950, though nominated uckthatnemploP1
for governor on June 1, 1950. ing invited
On Dec. 13, 1950-well after Rus- talks ,for $2.50 -a A
sell's election-he was still draw- serve as "norm
ing expenses, though the vouchers Tisdoesn't mean
claimed these expenses covered saexpement food as sick
his earlier service with the corn- under the same con
mittee. Since the General Account- under the me con
ing Office could not audit the vou- mRr
cheers, taxpayers will have to take 'OR(
MeCarran's word for it. He signed Former Vice Pr
-the voucEers. Wallace is probably
over a column this
JUNKET TO SWITZERLAND ably readers are pu
The vouchers themselves show column, which refer]
up a couple of interesting items, shower's efforts to a
For example, Russell took a junk- lem of Okles, Arkies
et at committee expense to Swit- workers, contained
zerland during the tourist season "Wallace was one o
at the alpine resorts. This might ernmente officials sJ
have been! considered committee to migrate across t
business, except that the only pur- Frankly I wass,
pos of the committee was the o- when I saw this lin
versee the Marshall plan. And probably was the W
Switzerland was the only country The ex-viee presides
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f the few goS
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See Prolram Fnedly i purr tion was serious.
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S CLAI PORTEOUS weeks it Misislp State Col-
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nice things as a young woman,
OXFORD, Miss. (NEA) but gavo up art and reared a fan-
TlGrandma Moses" of t he, ,Offotur be including Wil-
t GrahmyW e M Great Gran ta. thoobef .ri. e owner, and
y" F aiwh don't have to.' FII. The writing 'aullbers put
tae seat in the talent de. thew'u" back ito thteirlanes b.
partmeU tseo of her two fa.- caie Willism's Nrst Bsher put
Mean writing som. William and it In, and Willim. didn't care.
John W. T.w auker. I "ireat Granny" ddnt do any
Mrs. aud Falkner, who wll paintingfor 35 years. After her
. rsbe hiW anksgivng, has con- husband died, she jqst resumed-
er tive talent of her without lessons.
ewn, i P trr. !-Folkr began to like the things
eMar etrns 4er living she did, and offered to buy them.
i l.rep and keeps up so Mrs. Falkner becawt a profes.
-cellingedn roomy sional Just like that.
e town square in Ox- She likes to etpy the work of
University of Mis- eat painters, Aoes fine copies
es J. '1from miniatures. She sls. h e r
--s t, the ho rwork at from IS for 2 asm one
one in the house hpain work o am b i c ih e .
d built doi her own to $50 for a by h picture
e seven- -
u ma=se te but find. -, ,
time to paint in her
No fany studio or F,..- S
afor "Gre.t Gran. .. M E ,
Ai old lad, h -a
t 11, and wouldn't
_wea0h han a8 pounds a I
dresseda.a : But as h9r son, John,
puts itshe A i "as tough as whip-
leather."
Mis."Tamner has been painting
and sl pictures since 1941
withoutfaare or publicity and
believes her pictures shoulJring
a batr e. She now has ple.-
trel 6 states, having sold
"thenOle Fwho have
w aNo. te "work.
her nate e alkner" while her
mtINO a snail it "Faulkner." I 1the Y


e "I" but her art's 3n 43 states. LEARNI ND- p
S' b u not m Btir tann the
In addition to makia copies, WL fi hvteor a for
she does things out o ter gwn, parynmn s, e he oate f
head-landscapes featuring hunt- his first class at Bay Sho,
ing dogs a d quail, Negro canb N. T. Wearing a sums
scenDs, and other thngs she re- l:souvwnr In the om e a blackk
calls from childhood. She, also eTeandalookofdetermdhattm o
does portraits. either freo life or Gary's made up hisa ndd heod.
from a picture, have good grades at report
Mrs. Faliner estimates she has
painted about 500 pictures since I
1941, d ha d has sold mot f them.



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death Msa.. in a poll- to. the side of the road and slept
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meep.sadpdrvitvega fldre. He abo preaches a BSnday nalht sermon
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luke-warm Christian, the kind recalled, "but that bridge has
Ood detests. Oh, I went to Sun- now been crossed and I wOn the
day school and church and was victory."
respected In my community, but When the traffic division de-
I wasn't really Uliviftg all-out-fr- eeon1re lgious radio ap-
God. .pro ciff an 4 tfort cut the a-
l- ming, Increase in traffic
Then and there I promised deaths hd injuries, Sgt. Stre-
God t he would give me the beckwas the man chosen to lead
courage I would start witness mgram, called "Be Thy
for Him and livn, the way He Broter'ra Keeper."
wanted me to live." he Orogram ts degned t
ken the e of Houston
Returning tothe Houston po- a u on H sto
at r a tr ~e war, S tre- accents Mot the f-
eck began carecident Mot e ,I-
with him everywhere he went
His fellow officers gradually be- -
gan to realize that he really
meant it. and they began to re- j/7 1
apect him for his stand. z f v o r.#Y. 1Y0
"'Tbere werb many mean an /
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from Sgt. Strebeck's and other
officers' own observations and
investigations, of accidents.*
A typiil Iuotrafts goes
something like this:
"A husband and son stood by
the side of a dying woman in a
local hospital. She appeared to
become weaker by the hour.
Then, suddenly, there came a
change and she began to get
better. Realling after a time
that Oer husband had been
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complete requilt.t the
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A corps of girl aut erf Troop
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oned by Mrs. t Molarlane.
troop ader. a trip to
there hour upon hour without
rest, she encouraged him. to take
their son ani retIrn home for
some sleep. Her lust words to
him were, 'Don't go to sleep be-
hind the wheel.'


"En route home the man was
overpowered by sleep and start-
ed nodding. His car crashed Into
a pillar, and the boy was rushed
unconscious to a hospital.
"Several times the boy came
to and seemed to be trying to
say something to his father. The
man pleaded with the boy,
,Speak to me, son; speak'to your
old dadl Please, son, just a
word But each time the boy'
slipped back into unconscious-
ness before he could speak. FI-
nally the boy came to and the
anxious father leaned forward
to catch the trembling words
that were slipping between quiv-
ering lips, 'Daddy, you went to
sleep at the wheel, didn't you?'


"And at the end," says Strep-
beck, "I always get in a plug for
Jesans. In this case I could say to
the listening dads, 'What will
little boys and girls say that
don't get to heaven? Will they
say, Daddy, you went to sleep at
the steering wheel of the gos-
pel-ship of the Lord Jesus Christ
and never told us about how He
said. 'Suffer little children to
come unto me.'"


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Ultra Sheer Nylons
Flattering seams, pencil-
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slenderizing. Flattering
shades, popular sizes.


20-Pc. Dinnerware
"Yellow Hisbiwscus" pattern in-
useful semi-porcelaI -
Service for four Includes:
cups, saucers, plates butter
plates and sauce dies.


Boys's Plaid Sport Shirts .... ....... .Was $ 1.33
Women's Pajamas Clearance.. .. .Was $ 4.95
Women's, Misses' Sweater.i .. ...... .Only
Cirli' Cotton Dresses..... ........ ..Was $ 1.98
Children's Outdoor Swing Set.... .. .Was $37.95
Garment Bags Clearnee.........Wa*U98 to $ 3.49
Outdoor Clothesline Dryers...... a 0 0 0 a v.......o.nly
KENMORE Infrared Broilers. ..... as $26.60
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All-Metal "Serv.About".......60.. -." Only
3-.Pl Maple Bedroom Suite...... ho^as $94,95
7.9^ t ft. Coldspot Refrigerator.. ., .Was $194.95
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j.....ieady sanded -In-iD-ab o aUy. SECRETARY. with extensive experi- FOR RENT: Furnished aportmenL COMPLETE L]NE OF I
-o.W..,. ghts w o occupants of so rr -eemparison to the $10 ence English and Spanish dictation Phone 3.1405,. WE.1O
iiled tenmpaw y quarters. month tuition for Junior College, and typing, desires position with FOR RENT: Furnished oportment onoat
Quarters construction on the this was thought by one Civic reliable firm. For information, call screened and inspected. -Call 2.
Pa cific de is rapidly being gruWt t excessive. 3-0226. 3065 Panomea. Also
;..f.mpleted ete" should e uf- replied, that in the ap- FOR RENT:-For couple, cool aport-.: er pe.
for mlent mosn [ hoUsin availabu paryfor ts ficalyear, _a ment, two bedrooms, living-dining
f l eI s by oFebruary oges 'equired that a rea- wavter Winceroom, kitchen, bathroom, garage.
1955, he a ed. sonabie charge" be made for No. 5 52nd Street. Call Apt. 4
There is still a housing prob- schoolia In, other than Grades (Continnud from Pae 2) No. '552nd Street. Call Apt. ,
lem on the Alantic Side. how-1i through 12. These char V FOR RENT:-2-bedroom oportmentF
ever, and n pointed out only ml t ig" thru the role in "Teahouse" unfurnished, fing ocean. No. 2,r Su
peclnnflcail Vlttlon of the t.... hn hasirector' Bobby Lewis boiling Uruguay Street.
5Jp _call situation of the tal q st, h e plated out. "Prophet" Jones of Detroit
doctors bel .Je-assigned to the wile tle rtlo' of tuition in h to no is e neroiN i
newhospita t Coco Solo. the Junior ole a te -o-rofir. no-audience FOR RENTK
e ot a l the Junior College an the kin- ouse at Carnegie Hall. He left for OR I NT!O WN13 Pae
Except for the hospital super-ergarten is not closely ropor hie very irked over the small Room A er 4 ull
intendent, and possibly one th- tionate to the number e g e. Said he s RENT tiful, index pendent
able on the hospital grounds. As par"i s could JuSt'as easily show watching NtWo hotels.'One on B' furnished iom. 47th Street No. 9.
previously areedwit the Civithat the tuition n the Junior way in the otheron Park Phone 3-336 t24 UP) h
Council several housing nitsoCollege sh-uld3be.rii.ed. Ave. F Eus o th 38 men after four more players
A have been withheld from the ad- FOR RENT: Furnmished room with 38 men after four more players
Svertsed I Margarita to care The actual ost of education private bath, Compo Alegre. One or checked out. Two of the four
for the rel ion of Pan Canal In College for one student is3 two-1 persons Mel o7ille. Call were starters in last Saturda's
doctors a approximately $560 per year or Halolujabs: The 4 Joes at the 89 oene
Military rdetor, newly re-as- 56 per month, he mid.' Copa especially Joe E... Didi 'FOR RENT: Cool furnished bed- .
signed fr om military service to Douglas' new ant ... The Blue room, married couple or gentleman. "But coach Berne Witucki says
Canals _Zon"..overnment hospl- Additional parking space will Angel cafe show, including Char- Telephone, kitchen privileges, $4$4. he isn't worried. He says-"We'l
tal, wi aM ue in military be provided -at Gorgas Hospital lotte eo's satires, ... Bl Law. -5265 Pam. keep pltu n and get the boys
quarters the end f their soon as funds are available rence's record of Imagine WhaFO ENTd o w
leret... .ac would You Do To Me". Ted Strater's service. C l d Rso are .the. wi win."
reqh.uest Made by G.GThom .havte to be expl- re later, the swelegant bend at the Persian able utes. Highly recommended. R-Wtuck).adds-"II justrgrt
as of atun tat the regulations Acting Governor stated. lnce Room Jer Sothern's attractive Street ostu ddTropical dd ust et
.veriin .gnment of quar- action by the Congress on recent version of "Miss Johnson Called- Theatre. 4h o Tro54. the time we at with thk
t nGt ,,tu ge changed to give request for funds has been de- For The Last Time." A literate who quit. It has hqrt kids who
Sference to hose employee in erred. lyrie for Torch-Carriers who found are wBl to y e rice, but
the atG d -area, was referred to' out: First Comes The Laughter, i llnow are a Mtt behinintheir
victhe Joint considerat ion of the Then The Tears. nu* gu ,ereplacemnetn posons.
C ritv Cou of maton an FOR SALE II,, The wo eegwars who quit are
dicua s t obiem and make PHILIPPINE RATTAN end nLa MgLaEl y taa icach uayshe
reorommedaatons to the Gover- LUX FURNITIIURE Late Late Show: A New d i ma. coach says he
Minor. to a q t rn I Yorker just took $15.000 to $1.000 SYDNEY (UP) Learning demoted both earlier this week.
n repl question raised arantee our rices are the Giants take Cleveland in 4 Polish and Serbian since Crist- Rutigano was annoyed when
e s--, -- t-erWhe-g n" "- I at least 25% less than .. straight. He's a clothing mfr ma has been eaSy for a 7vlar Witucki yanked hi from the
o _._.r -by Fred 7.- otheradou .,"..' named Levin ... Tip to Cops: old rtired zkoft1e Dr Walter lineup for a defensive mistake
I an 11 W Miguel could be ether, and our quality the Many of the Girl-Gangs around Woolnough, lecuse he has hi s ray against Hardln-81m-
en stated a later date, Pa- st. town have the "Pachucho" tattoo own unique self-beaen "meod..o And homas was out of
en a ,tthe subject had a1 ti" Ou--a ,t our tGeir thifs. (Now how does he apThesrghtly, energetic 4octorWii&IOfn.
Sobeoe a ta t Ica at Auto- ka w tttt?)... Gary Cooper's o beam interested In
*e r.ed e ,March 31 mobile "w N. "38. ltr pts her posies daily from languages to save mny wasted Coach Red Dawion of Pitts-
e oa-n-te f lA ...a 1 AN-AMERICAN re .Tenneson of Yale hourin research trou foreign burgh says he is worried about
In response to a question rals.- INDUSTRIES, S.A. Ie lst7 Ibs-. trying to be a scientflc documents. He bas the odds on the Friday night
by C. W haseof the Pacie: Tel.: 3-1713 TGood r .. Talu and pro. eared 5 haguages following game with Southern California.
Conl ., teot 2 t e .asIgn- LUX' VENETIAN R INhD dM Rihard Adrich are at thh th is pla: Pittsburgh is a 10-point under-
Civic Council as to the as housin- L UX VENETIAN BLINDSrleesmIng Stage ... Hark to dog and Dawson asks- "I that
Sbein itdge Rod (OpM n til .: 0Pm.) n Mayo: "I'm not against "I write all the word down on all? The odds should be greater.
d- .o s X. mtanted .AST CREDIT TERM! m ... o thenk separate pieces ofpaper and fil it's our first game and they've
t ha to o-quarters A EI TE.s!. g r .We" been Sooooo Per- them.in alphabetical orda id eady beaten Ws iton State
would be amgned to op bureau, suted). Woologh. "In no time have under the lights.
a eftag i "ea d iMnury.- a
_bI h ave complied it My- The Pittsburgh eoach doesn't
self, V~. Wiarti aIre mprsed On like the idea of a night game. He
m y UW .says--"The boys on the squad
,have never played collage bell
bon ca.,under the light. go fat,
,-_ m. h1ave eeilM rked after dark ony once' In
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FOR SALE -FOR SALE FOR SALE RESORTS COMM A. L .'. -.m d "b
roo mALE .. i A AMA A TO~,F SA O SLE LtaE moe cov "i en cs mol D R I at r jwus
;00-11 .N01iRO- mod- 'O sndsn 44 orl 4?-56 ak the most Mf-the situ*. p A* mafid l .
I` SALE :-Household urniture: 2 FOR SALE:-USed ca, le Prices. FOR SALE:- 16-mrm. sound-silent ee rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. "t o"NtA mp er inn C, u.
rooms kitchen, dining room. iv- PANAMA AUTO, .A., Js Fran- Ampro movie pro sector, mplete ,
ing room. Cash and carry. Phone ceo do ls One Avenue No. 45. with 12" h idhidelity speaker, 15- WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Bech Cot-la's bath a
watt otput tactory ag-rthu, Phintw .o d. Dare o tages- rckans, refrigeration, two-A aunf
S^ 3--337/6. -FOR SALE -1942 Oldsmobile 4-doowr complete. Six 1200' reels oTsound bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. thek y deum re W N o abot lard g what U; A_ -
FOR SALE: -1 Wesiinhouse %,o Ier sedan. H dramatic drie. Call after film. All for $385. Also, th latest PillIM Oceanside cottages Snti .th NewW -w-m bi t mu lacs te ml Cab. ofd bothe fromR..al a oh j |
SSngt sewngmachne five o'clock 2-2695. House 1574- Bell-Howell 70DL 16-mm. movie Cla Box 435, aloa. PhoneW 7u Ad eff the duth Or scrub bpectsvey.|
5$0; contour cho nar522. hone 3- I__L,_Ga laS l Area. Clip camera with all three lensee wlth Panama 5.1877. Cristbol 3-1673. d Uted tates tah a h er u
4890 Panama. Friday or Saturda., FOR SALE -'Packard-8 Blue Clipper deluxe carrying case, $42 wt. FOT ERl C E_ m p noreO' neC e5ity n & st1b0.S S Sf
8:00-i 00. Not duty Dad Anon 426-D, Par- retail value of this equ ipmnt new, FOSTER'S COTTAGES, am mile post Jw nn tw d w e at r t
l SALE:- ble, 4 charts maple tobelo Street. 2-43151. $1,290. Will take $7 A o for the ono Clara, L rates. Phf .Ando layin phaug of na-.: 'unc eyreu Ku. Tru t resedthat w ,
$20; step- 8- ft5. $ ad- URGENT SALE, LEAVING: 1954 Woeks. Phone Bl. 2-3069. alboa 2-1866. for Home or industry nat n witbth e to deter 1o ill I
robe trunk l o work bench F5 Bu1 c k Riviera Roadmaster, new. DEMAND CLAYCO IIILOCKSI .They FOR RENT Se tn nh Min" e"apothean w' e ati e b a B s of the wee w0l
0432, Apt. 'Frangponm Street, od5 'anths. 8 to10 a.m serip e d R ike M id.to Japn e or th e S- o thAn okRe yo e Cr m
Ancon. basid et 2.* drgontine Ed 1p- micel t.e be" HOuss Pke In mope boHd o p blasted l at s rck 8 oThe U.. weY heOn, some ofwn t e c e IA 1 I Cl d
"bossy. been ordo Arias and .511.05 per thoumnd 2".- Ready to Use on already has fftred 18 million mn were feeling si
FOR SALE Ncanor de Oborrio Streets. 12", $161.50 per iaus. CIA. FOR RENT:-A cholet. 3 bedrooms, Wood, Paper, Cloth dollars but has been turned era l d ugly burns and scabs ee f ires
S, Ec Cd DE PRODUCTOS DO ARCILLA. furnished in Bella Vista. 49th Street down on the ound on their face and hands ou the wee
S1.300 Phone Abrook 86-7228. N. 37-47 Vie sA. Pho.e N 16 For information please tel. O Rdrect co ences i eh vi2 2 cew mo indall the ch l
.aFOR SALE:-b'49Cadillacconvertible. S.A., Ne hp P o u 1 e 0 0e y Ihm, o n. a
1.00, Phne.ephone 3-0082, fPanama.6 omers have shown some recovery .nnsd .other Etherns will-
Real Eal-- "3n P Ut bt a th crea Japanese doctors have minded co actively sad
FOR SALE.--Choice. beach front lot FOR SALE:- `a9M3 CC e ogolt, by On- FOR SALE-New H ampshire chicks, F OR RENT:-Luxurious ho se in Las Central Ave 27 Ab ou f500 per sembled rued there is a chance m ore uialy of teir eupuzsaa
per sqf mt. Phone 4-498 or write drew/wtire oil and tl s filters c. 3-4910. pe' .ro omp te f. a c o it 1
Box 306. Pedro Miguel. undercatted. Paint, upholstery and -maid's rooms, completely furnish- h death announcement was American specialists flown to to everything possible
ires F AI ellefnent condltiori. Low FOR SALE. Pedigreed Toy Pups. ed automatic washer, drier, freez- m de. Japan from the U, 8. by the vent fires.
Margarita Pool mle call s. 2697 or BOal. Purple Ribbon strain. U.K C. regis- er, dishwasher). Large garden. TeVl.l.IJapa om-teu.
a 3036.'. t nered Amatoys IToy Terriers). Par- phone Balboa 2-2833. Le ~ letls were aPosted at Atomic Energy Commisson .Dslrais, poster, and
(Continue from Page ) FORSA 1949 Plymouth. Best of cents very small. Black and white FOR RENT:-Two-bdroom chalet in L Ballroom ln lmway stations ad other were not allowed tO examine demon r ati s will be ued
fe er. S a o-lo 9 449. Bt tan trim. Affectionate and playful. Bella Vista. Phone 3-1713. at H l nal newsaer liday. gh us wys which fir stat.
Margarita gymnasium where It. 'c. l o Ideal house dogs 9076 9th Street, Stodio. We will be large crowds mutter ed s.%
showers, lockers and toilet f acli- OR S p- 1951 Plymouth Cran.- Colon. Phone 723. FOR RENT:-odern residence, spa- etled i Will be I, re around the nred
tieslrea c. Bt. bcoo h t c oa c.redio. duty paid. Cious fenced grounds overlookingeebath-Eu t h *M
how rs lockers a t bo radio duty paid. FOR SALE: Unique collection 400 oufncoe, ed rooms, thr bkth- to Oct. 1L Japanese newspapers
Other t being accom- rc iginal American owner photographs of France's Artistic rooms, suitable one or two fami- IIARNETT & DU ~day gave the public N I
pushed or to e carried out soo 06 Phone 20694or3- Wonders. Bargain. Box 53, Pan- lies $150. Phone Pan 2-0083. l bri bk concern with featured a I
.on the Atlantic Side are the con- $m0. latest oPhoef "radi PoactVe.2- wh8. rathin d
struction of.. a 32-space aved FOR 2 Morris Oxford s- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FOR RENT D o abdmio cti eE atitb n00 16r
parkinR lot across from th don .paid, fully Insured, tire OFFERS EMPTY METAL DRUMS Faso latest n eo ra n teyato ibl t ............ .95
North Margarita Gymnasium andI excilj.t,. cleon car. Price $800 AND EMPTY SACKS FOR SALE ApElaeeM mbIat1en Jiberla. 670 p 15,...........4,20
the roofing of a section of the Pt I00 Panama. Sealed bids, for opening in public, will. A menCha Ch The Fortunate Dragon and
Mount Hope dlum here new FOR 1951 Mercury 4-door be received until 3:00 p.m. October ATTENTION 1 Justbuilt modem its 23 crewmen were dusted Monting d led Free
nastee frame stds were recently s o. new w/w sires, other 19, 1954, in the office of the Gen- furnished apartments, one, two -y the H-boUb (aliopat about Lowest Prices on the Isthmus
installed. ie orgain. House No. 2212- eral Manager, Commissary Division, bedroom. hot, cold water. -Tel- iles east of Bikini Just Every Tire Guaranteed, Credit if Desired
Paxson announced that C du, after 4 p m Mount Hope, Canal Vone for 500 an- phone Panama 3-4941. I ouide the dager area pro
yeqie fl951SF LE-19 tudebakerChom- 0 yFOR RENT: Modem two-bedroom claimed by the U. 8. for the
equipmet f.ciities o ho-I empty Drim e socks and 5,000 only NITAUTusd teXgrAapr
hagend nzhe we no w Onbteprac It eb" er m trcesaksano500coly apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un- D Il A. and O 0LLac test.
hand and thapitwlod e pra on Co u. God -empty Dairy Fed sacks located at furnished, For further detals call (P er graduate he white, rad oetiv coral -T.A.T. TIRE EXC ANGE
co l omren m .5-Q. Ca ll 83-7236 at er ou t Hope Warehouse of the Corn- Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337. 8 no U dust was pwept eastward on No. 1 Atemobile Rw TeL.: -424
soon without any price Increase ru'JDi 2vsin and M'1di Diryd&e.
,"therewas a:dmand fo ato4. h.gh winCalie8o7d36hatermmtsary Divsion..n.MtdidDiryIrat.12yn'5-.12Inon..h.ghwindsybyond.th limit
if there was a demand for at 4 ; Farm. Invitation No. 14 may be ob- FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart- is hrh d Avenue Tel. 3-1h1211.
least 600 quan per day. FOR SALE 195Z Chevrolet Club toane from the office of. the Supply mIent, 2 baths, maid's eem, go (1 black frolam Las Thstre)
For those wb are not familiar C lxce@Jent condition. 5965-B Director, Balboa Heights or from the rage. Bella Vista, 44th Street No.
with the process, he explained 5Y"'P',Diso. Phone 2-3026. office of the General Manager, Cam- 32, Apt. 4. Phone'3-0815.A
that nothing was added or re- minssary Division, Mount Hope, tele- FOR RENT:- Modem apartment, in
moved from the milk In homo- WANTED Phone 3-2653. El Cangrelo. 2 bedrooms connecting TRANSPORTES
enizing but that the cream or both, porch, living and dining
Vg butter fat was simply disbursed Miscellaneous rooms. spacious kitchen, maid's and BAXTE R, S.A.
evenly throughout the milk in W FOR SALE laundry room with hot water sys- -acke, Sipper,
very fine par i es. WANTED*. Vacation quarters b. tem. For further particular pleaseMovers.
A distinctive cap will be ob- American couple, from October st. Boats & Motors call Panama 3-4946 from 8 e.m. Movers
tained to-eleurlv Identify the Ne.-e lidren. Phone Pedro Miguel FOR Srs 25- to 6 p.m. Tel:: 2-25412 & 2-3451
homogenized a Ik which will be 464. cycle. 6-hp to 3-hp, xcelle i OR RENT.-Large 2-bpdre fur- P. "' '
storesand by lome deliver y. Fog-division and staff officials o. h dition. Phone Cristobol 1540. iM"lshed aut. hot,2ivol' T "'
ular milk W contiltme to be a-,Compal*/Oovr iI= .2 25-h0, Ev out.
f allable for those who prefer it, zatilons. This n U1e ,w -il- M b in perfect itr iti
S In connection with the hops- sting p41icy and represents a re- Used three months, $300. Apply o'
Ingquestion,. axton called at- placement of demolished (or to Cardoze & Lindo. .Ancon Avenue th h "igrag- BEAUTY SHP
teo n to the fast that many be demolished official housing No. 88. Phone 2-1544. ed, in r n area. Tel. 3-5.322. S" "peeles in1..
hple now lving in quarters on the Pacific Side. FOR SALE:-12' boat In perfect con- FOR REN- IlWrn two-bedroom COld Permanents and Tints. .Ae )( U
fl otah $l emolition with- o h 8 iti dihon, $200. Apply Cardoze & Lin- apartment, maid's room with bath- Phone 2-4746. e f,
a-. months, had f e kind rte n tin do, Ancon Avenue No. 88. Phone room. Via Argentina No. 55, 'I Ase Panm otel
ot bee ing for availls-, 'ergaen n 2544 Congrejo." Phone 3-3164, 12 "Castia del or" adO.
d. ,I aw being adver- Ca- ne seadools was discuss- t 2:00 p.m and from 7:00 .
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lv* Y.s M:rilyn UonroMe's
"stance," I ean pi i today,
one of the reasqns why she won t
take off her sloes to avoid tower-
ing over her Iading men. Most of
them, excep for ob Mitchum,
have been n the shorty league
and: I
"They ilt me about here"-she
Indicated her chin-"and I'm al-
ways having arguments with di-
rectors who want me to take off
my shoes."
And why won't Mis. Crazy Hips
take off her high heels, piqase, to
make life easier for the shorties?
"I'll tell you," Fox's golden
chick whispered. "It spoils my
stance. And I like wearing hign
heels. It makes me feel more lixe
a girl."
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BITBURG, Germany, Sept. 24
-(UP-bi1reflgters showing off
their new equipment touched off
1,00.00 gallons of Jet fuel in a
mighty earthshaking blast at a
new U.- S.-flnancet NATO base
yesterday.
The explosion killed 30 persons
standing stop a brand-new under.
ground storage tank during a
aemonetratlon of its fire control
apparatus, the U. S. Air Force
said.


Five to 10 others werp rep
missing by German author
"We understand that a fir
lit atop the underground t4
show how the fire control s3
worked," the American s8
man said. "Evidently some i
vented fumes vented at the v
time."


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wearing s uttles for shoes. He referred to vents which al-
-e low overflow from the tank when
If Betty Hutton doesn't land a the temperature changes. I
BIG filmusical after her 90-minute The underground ad. erupted
marathon in the "Satins and in flames with a shock heard 40
Spurs' NBC-TV spectacular, H KI miles away in Belgium and Lux.
wlyood better go back to making emboorg. fire licked into the sky
sent movies. The Hutton-tot has and 14 nours after the blast still
more ea than an H-bomb. raged
MAUREN OHARA is dream An international army of 1000
ing of big.league snginn Fo' including American GI's, French
musical f tt"The ing and I most of and Luxembourg troops and Ger-
She's warbled little most man workers battled through the
h"er ms b she m s be.- night to prevent flames reaching
"No one ever remembers be- another fuineJilled tank 5 feet a-
cause it's part of the story. I sing
but the story goes on. Her smiling wy.
threat: The dead were all French and
4'Ul break the leg of the girl German engineers Invited by
who gets the parl is I don't." French authorities to watch the
-fire-fighting apparatus. ot one
"It's just the beginning of a new was American.
career for -Mario."
That's the word from Mario Col. Charles Brown, chief pub.
Lanza's attractive wife, Betty. lic information officer of the U. 8.
about the singer's weight-melting Air Force in Europe, said there
stay in a Pasadena samntarium be. were some 60 persons in the area
fore facing TV cameras this falL when the huge storage tank e-
She told me: erupted into a mass of flame and
"He isn't losing all that weight smoke.
(more than 100 pounds, I hear)
just for one television appearance.
I**BO aU kSIR d oure, He's o co..
t o 0e1 losg weight I .
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gestures are diffuct for a non
sager. He tried t ocepy Mario. It
was a mistake." ............
SINGlRK ROGERS Il waxing
"Love Is a Beauciful Stranger,
theme song of her movie, "Iwist
of ate.' I,'s her first in years.
Ie r ... Il looks like Gene Tierney lor
the bullfighter's glamor dod in
Budd Boeiticher's "The Number
One." Tony Quinn co-stars. ...
Pinky Lee is moving his TV show
to New York for three weeks. ...
AwblaI sfugh Marlow faces bone surgery
for an old leg injury.
M. Prediction: Dorothy Malone's
trouping in "Young at Heart" will
bring her bigger and better roles.
I T A ... A San Francisco businessman,
0 ~with wnom Keenan Wynm scuttled
ION at the Fairmont-Hotel, stalking
to his attorney.
Audrey Hepburn's Associated
British lilm bobses say that mere
is not a suitable script ready for
the golden girl and taat the pic-
,NTER ture she owes tnem will not De
made thi year. But insiders claim
that Audrey doesn't have the stam.
S-n to face the cameras at this
-ONALD COLIAN and Benita
Hume have been conferring with
R Chailes O'Curran on a Mr. and
tor M. act t.*t wil take then=m
TO a night sta ig tough the count ry
tC AWK" I-
11Endurance note: A movie grind
1 1:05 house in San 'rancisco advertises
five feature fil.ns and urges pa-
trons to stay all day and aillgnt
,awk" it they wishi ... And It's Pianist
awk" Jan August's silly about a movie
house that's become so second-
zi ufe rate the iatnager gives away free
- paper dishes on Friday nignts.
7:00 Alexander Kirkland tells it in
fg Lady' Esquire about British star Alec
Guinness. Alee was en route to a
co!" theater forhis l005h performance
in "The Sycamore Tree" when his
s-am t*xi passed a theater showing Alec
Guinness in "The Man in the
White Suit." another showing Al-
1s ee in "The Lavender Hll Mob."
There were long lines of Guinness
fans at each ticket ofMie.
^ As the cab turned through
e L ster Square it was halted by
a eunwd that filled the street
S- 5:10 There was a policeman at hand.
Vaiwst" Guinness stuck his face out the
-,ta wixiow and said, "What's the
fuss, oaeier?"
Si bobby came alongside.
I "Thire's a new plctur opening at
the Bmpire and American film
star, Robert Tylor, is to be there
k* M ~.-~ in peru&."
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n". fp^ "1" .'"I miglt
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The explosion shattered t h e
wooded hilly countryside at about
4 p.m.
It was heard for 20 miles, a-
cross the Belgia border. Bitburg.
one of the major U.S. Air Force I
installations ip West Germany, is
10 mUed from the frontier.
Based there are the 1st U. S.
Pil less Bomber Squadrone quip-
ped with Matador guided missiles,
and Sabre equipped 36th FIghter
Wing.
Brown said the tank was one of
four belonging to the Air Force
and held 1,300,000 U.S. gallons of
"J-P jet fuel, a type of refined
gasoline."
U. S. Air Force helicopters were


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PRESIO6NT AND MRS.GREGORIO OBREGON UMW. the U.S. Strel .Copo
AINING4A QALA RECEPTION TONIGBT Lewit ermed the C10 "a fell- paved the way .for ti
VOR OF OreoNT AND MRS. REMON rated group dominated by intel- and growth of the b
prsdn of Co i Nai na Airwaysretual Inebriates in frantic pur. that exists today, u
Sp t Colomban Natonal Arways AVIANCA) uit of butterflies in their illu- Steelworkers."
and ri. rego .Obregon have issued Invitations to a formal & slons.
reee a to be given in the Balboa Room at Hotel El Panama Hi. s apparent bid for the CIO's Delegates to te isv
this venlnfg. bonorflg His Excellency, the President of' Pan- second largest affiliate came in a
maeand Mr. Jose Antonto Remon. N telegram to these teelworkers' con-
p Obreenas and their party arrived at midday from Bo- Be reasonable about Baby and vention here.
aboard the -inaugural flight of "El Panameno" a new dirt--they love each other. As- He said the USW was "unfortu- aM/ 4
s ain -plane service between the capital cities of Panama and sume an attitude of quiet resigna- nate" in its affiliation with the
Colombia. -- tion and just decide that the clean CIO and called for "cooperation m5
Tonight's reception, a white jacket affair, is being given little rompers are going to be fil- and concert of action" between
to celebrate the service, thy at the end of the stay outdoor the steelworkers and his United
--- Don t jerk him up and dust him Mine Workers.
off every ten minutes. The dirt A few minutes earlier, USW I
tUll, DSaughSe, Mable. Able. Russell Melmsner, won't hurt him, though your fas- President David J. McDonald had K V r
Bet IIf&rom Chirl I Williamn Hawchett, Harry Gard- tidiousness may. He enjoyes mes- come out against any bolt fromB DUJ liU
Mrs.. Keith D. Ryli and her ner. Earl Dalley, Ralph Curles, sing. Then. at the end of the day, the *aughteri, Sandra and Denise. Robert Malone, Charles Ham- convey him swiftly to the bath- that the steelworkers had a 17-mil-
Coco h after a vacation trip to Jeffers, Bronson Powell, Forrest hamper, wash and dress him in and that they could not walk out W th wer
Cbk*himl Province, where they Young, John Dombrouaky, John a clean nightie. He will enjoy be- on it. .
werevuests at Hotel phnamonte. Crawford, Oliver Oulp. W. Under- big clean at this time.. "Obviously." Lewis said, "the
Mn yll, who Is an employee of wood, W. H. Esslinger. E." Kirch- strength of the steelworkers union
t vteertobal Clubhouse, remain- mier, William Black. Frank Bry- -Is-- i circumscribed and the degree 1
S d on the job while his family an, Jack Hudson, James Million, of their progress limited by such
?p a awy, Tom Ebdon. Truman Hoenke, Being loving to Baby doesn't associations, and it would seem
-- Nick Elich, Ben Thomas, Slover, mean driving yourself to distrac- that your convention could well
S Birth Announcement Holgerson, Stewart and Wqmble, tion. If Baby's at the stage when vote itself to a discussion f this
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Peter Miss Minnie Henben. be loves clatter and throws his subject with the thought in mind
Lim. Jr.. announce the birth of cup on the floor, make sure it's of exercising a larger influence in
a son Anthony Patrick. at Gor- .- iot a glass one. Give him a plas- the councils of the American la.
i ti. f pital. ohn Wednesday. t! ic or a metal cup. If you still bor movement."
Birth Announcement hold the cup and he tries to bat Lewis reminded the steelwork-
Miss Curling Entertained Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Esqulv- it out of your hand to get the ers that the "affinity" between
S, Three friends joined folcea lost el have announced the birth o 0 oiwl he loves, give him a small them and his coal miners s a"ba-
vening to tender a surprise mis- a daughter. Ann Alicia. at Gor astic"one or a kitchen spoon to sic and more than a fraternal re.
i ellaneous shower and dessert gas Hospital on Sept. 16 .foId and t4row.. He will grow out lationship."
S arty for Miss Shella Curling at f the stage of throwingl.but while The economic future of o u r
the home of Mrs. Lawrence Ad- AI he's in it, there's no use your nation will be vitally affected by
ler in Campo Alegre. Besides Mr. Boney Observes pending your, time cleaning up the policies followed by. -the Unit-
Mrs. Adler, the hostesses were 85th Birthday brosen glass. ed Steelworkers of American and
Mrs. John Davies of Santa Clara Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Boney of the United Mine Workers," he
and Mrs. Edward Schnake of Curundu and their son, Larry, said.
Diablo Heights. were hosts yesterday at a birth- "The strength of these t wo
Miss Curlin 's marriage to Mr. day dinner given to honor Mr. The teething give or six-month- great organizations and the mate- W -your d
S Glenn Richar Heath Astabu- Boneys f father. Mr. John E.- BO, old loves to chew. A plastic rat- rial we -being of their members AI Ken-lL-Rati
a Ohio, has been set for Oct. 7ney, on his 85th birthday. 'e s retty, but if it's too film. nd the population depe n d e nt ential odor
at the Pedro M uel Unioni sy, he'll bite a chunk right out of thereon will be augmented and | lla_'._ z .c
Church. uests inauded at the dinner it. A very sound toy for this stage the security of the nation enhanc.-
Shower at inlsded Me- at th Army and dav Club. .Is one of those red rubber bones ed by future cooperation and con. KenL. -tuiin
M: dafes Ernest Curling, mother of lAmador. were Mr. and Mrs. 0 Em. ade for do. It can be scrubbed ert of action." body odor...
S he bride elect, Anga Matheney, Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis M. Bar- often. lie loves the color andd Lewis pointed out that the UMW owners who may
| R.-' R ht. Mss e a -nnn, n' Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Michael- it's ideal for biting and holding. notified the AFL 20 years ago that ,u.
i dward W HodMso! Clareence Is, Ml Mar. McEwen and Mrs They are inexpensive, but make the steelworkers would have to be I e"--l.. ..
l acobon Jame' PhlllS "M Oe AnnE. Davi.... sure the size you get ,is too big organized, and that for 30 years Start feeding
i ....... ....."to go all the way in his mouth, the AFL had "flunked that job of to dog odor form
S ______ 1__ organization He said it remain-
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Pedro Migudel Civc
CoumniM p.Meet Mopday
Pedro Miguel Civic Qouncll
Will hold an important meeting
at the Bot Cluab in Pedro Miguel
on.mdie *ay. t 7:30 p.m.. Men-
betsare urged to be present. Re-
freshments will be served.

FX.VJL. t Diablo


CLEARANCE SALE
AT
HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE .
MahoIny l DIln
T ble ............ 5.00
Sideboards ...... 4.50
Bettewp ............. 200
Meta Beds .......... .50
Metal Dining Tables. 12.00
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U.S. government in the Canal Mattres ...........76.50
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lW tat bae wSrec~ and.
gaven toe -fe s coideratie
ad action required for sound a-

They also brought to the dele
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OeItJi ot but atcoaetc A festvft of oonvetion activity
repeal- F ietiedmeit hwas the prmmF tAt4Ulof the an&
banned pMrmanent. appontme.s nual N.~.,.y.,, mmet award w
ad oromotioni- is essential in Lawrenae .J of San An-
the -intet of better administra- tomni, Tex. The award is de
tion. to the member,, .emed to ave
-. ., ue OQrlmaton with em-
The couv&eon urged a.nd, ceptuoqal distfa*tiUpn over a p.
meat te Vteramus Preference nrid. yea, an is the highest
Acsa 13.i so that non-Veteran .. -., auo.ed on q member by
caree employes wtth 10 year the N. P. F. E.
in torce as a veteran, prplded
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He praised the baak for aid-
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development flow of private 1n-
vestmentsa can take lafe."
Much was isad abot conver-
tbility at the opentig aeaslo.
But It appeared unlXkly any ac-
tieon woqld be taken o It at this
meeting which cloes next
Wednesday;
PROVDIENCE, I. L -(UP)-
Three fire trucks and six pe
car were dispatched to rescue 1,
year old Lorrala DeFusco frm
the trd floor window ledge a
grade shooL Lorraine, whe
climbed down uaidd, explained
tat she just wanted to see the
inside of my classroom again."


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A NEW HIT in the Balboa Room!

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the band's vocalist i.np straight to
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expertly mixed drinks and Baker's musie
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the seven-andone-half the previous time out.
. .,,On serious a ----- pnj =e. "" both ,nu C.. O B1,

assthe sure a mutuels I 1ady Martha a beter th a fair
asueusful over the one dip
TheA Montellauer's r y tance. flt Med l
hope, nusuif an oddson favor-
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least four of the started fight nlgl w1i0 Nwo k
it out for victory.
aGlitaboaeaesrtia Luti s VtinnC show ttf th A he IO
trab.rd ryhitr.Ws Aurxooth a*n A O*) -' of the New with "tw.-. th a
Sr. B la e will. lne d as" cJ W York Giants,dthrow$% ir Taglie in the .owsUs saInSA
L flA usual,"Cames appear he ed tb e 1i1 4. U ed th e, keI
tw tiinemi~. Former track camb o sau a ------ 46108e Brookhe huen elf 'Web.
l Chin~ oren tr a k s 6 Glantseorte o o into the elSri e rooyn of the .

adte( &artea D anire the other winnerBI cirle e
.uled ...r. .. .Ii, '.' a" -. ..-"e s"-

fll V7 the tenth race 0 1 '"B Wit Oink n DDSI" un Lpr ns'y For Grw pse;s |It
-g oe senhs ,oarl v en-urace aAlte brother ae pro spcti ea F ancod Eee -
E i' impor ted th or. thrillers. twt
paritr a. Ad e to) G. r- Entrie -bow 4.. ]O. ft ha '"si A- .. ir *A f
.o.. miloo, ad :m Juan Fr o Tps t Ruce "N" 'Iapo 7i P Di?, g.$.MOO Poo, closes: 131:45 9-
S poi s t- brill 1e rid- -Alabards A. unL 110-WoWd ealy speed 10-1 .I t nd t 1 WoRdY GeAe0 aa
1 bf?'ceaT erlack rider BiasAmo A 2- at r. san z. -pettera ch we&I and ta iK unu B
bIrre an osinoich, which eeBy.P ONRADO 3-Pre 0. 851. 110 rtb this time o 8-1 U r o e t
S-ond ant -1 Beddo n0 R. >- od mo ent 5-1 o-ne te it -. UI .
'again 2-More W Nwohton F.Obdo -At best in muddy trAck 10-1 TWOur&WiLas
week ma W ill n -Coel 7-Chle's ed J. Oongo. 10 -ecovering aowly 10-1 vuhq *sa
b p M 4P -Villsnpal 8-Empire gic B. Ruiz 106 -Hard to catch here $-1 d Cpllornia pullg for
Slo1upwe ta ,- tys ,.P lhIl V. B own 1IOU -Tougher competition 10-1 STANDDIG 8-ao-ohm
Included in thiseld are 7- leydra A Rae I" Imported 7 Puse: 75W. pbool closes: 1:15 TeamP W L Pue7t.. A e y tack .de lY Po o *m 1. TiamLi "
Martha Dan D Andrea) -l Sentd Ue of the Double ipo rome Nal. when d at a the' aa ... ,ttack,, tlp wa. edi-s.t "-so
roon);.i 112 -oud elose up-H 1. o r r when hI o ia t ob taa e ld i
1P11- V Agfa V. I tim8 ot dtoe tp 5 a B o t

S_--d.11 C.-. Shoul be --solose uipr4e 8-1 The Yon mte on. h at tiUann af Ti

-W 0 Fleet R L 1S. 1015 --Better.chandre n.mp 8-1 oU Re 7 tt h aD pon e sth We
Spa io priceC p.e at 8 al3 U A itOL' AO ,"i at
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V. Ml 11ta3 o SoWf iEB 8-1 I l peat Micrc 8a n-a lt a t le;d
S_- tlAe Vas. -a stlybe a bme n mo rw nget wen e mt e ath'
7-igP-el, C1.. ,: Ag .
d Us INative, 7 .F-Prse: S 0.00 -Pool closes: 1:5T Th on ten Ponr No- ,meer, ,
8-SlneHr~aV. Rawolcs 1 Wos CpLtle Wold ctmoued *wlsus446n




B p. $-. ao neb A. 0on 11 i -lSe s deS 1even0- Ieil champions, made it to the mtt, WI.c -t ... r a "a
,, O" t D--00- 4 riee.rlS8 fi53la on aa p nch-ht single by or le oh all three. The o th
Se t ,A. A 1182 -Ru best vd --1 veteran DI;e Howell l night, are oush enoug. '1 m e ..
Came ls 3,R. AOl 110 -DBa nersct ,.d 2a1 t-a ea us fIa t n bor soo

tent Toronto Ms-menous laale r oe p
,,, P3e odys e ndig tr-uends tw a i- n "Bl T S
d a eA. Vi sc:110 r e: 4.rcolot 10t eho'?r Cp nL tl, .Woerld e.es o w-n oicgn t h
a120 -Weoful ,theDcables sheve sr'ha ons, me-1ittooun to od S tw. Wa onae anot.. Da Ple.etl
--,Vha _.let o t .o goa the-w aly'-1s a i bn, or los tobl all thre .b p

4,,.,..o B AgO~l. 110 -Repor1 dlh t .tpout eto ean theer Hoeol ls naigt ar- p~e, ar tq te ~, e in r "
a. 108.wthe D o fine 1 sereth four og we to twont r Dae, youha e twat u afot
..p.. 3. th al. 115 cell fight e TVe D o a' voun g on o n igh t heron e o and trul


*.. 1.08 -Could' O4 3-1 It spoiled Red WhgV tchr roared down i home etoa
7.-4f; p 115 -Dl3-1 lack Fashold bid for t 'vieo whaddag SPt *3 whdro anda ..
_._rVL' 110 -eU wull dobet even em serow th e a redit- t, rv74 lu i
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By M U C H tb '" Imported 7 I Pahue: St0M Pool closes:2 4Ro5 l t efendingto-?e IrTsh cme tea to ofse a
Ho 1-Pr.s 38d I t. Orte.108 -Not spTecialstinie d 10-1 tInnupe fa nd hithr forld tne ye tios t ah o

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4 11- M. n. 115 -SCould 0 A crowd of only 253 urned -
-. lre. 115 5-1 out at- Montreal to see the
SGirl. 1140 hie yr cun101 Royslo make the finals f er th


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PaperB a Agfsolor15l
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thou0and. More buy os'1Coloua Nttuteeit wtth 3.s Daruo 100 -GoodaemeauWas n eilmI mnen0t1


In thewr pooklts than any y eV station!... .Qr4. Bonz L107m--Could -arP tprmce -
S, y.o otie.ve sales pro.- "o 10-Lat wa ts -1 Photoraph l and teehnimal
mode skidfor yl 5o T DIM 102x -Dange2os contender 2-1
.S i.ps 105 -Zarly speed only 8-1 Phneographle sbmratem
.- e:e. 0 an. 1123 -Shold be Ooe t p 1- lea
l&- Oiral. 112 -Reta In goodape 2-1
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T -rob Lemon, Early Wynn -.oe WIrtsa tl converted right
andMike larcla-but not to -te fielder can make mistakes at first
extent 4hat they will tk urhy base. There is no telling what
handcuff a batting order that Is Would happen there if the smart
extremely dangerous from Whitey er Giants stait dragging balls m in
Lockman down through Don that direction. Wertz will murder a
MueUer. medium or junk pitching, but in
rd no way can be compare with
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'hP a h Wit Davey Willams at second t U nGH o1GN-The lnaas 2a
in ls an us ol1 base, but thee Giant is hardly iTe art es I gn he f hi
^^1--a All-America out. Wlliams has fohe *01 Vi Werl. (NU)
1 no per defensively, where ft __...___..
Mexican Can be faulted, eerge
Th r-strStrickland may make all the plays Pa r h
e a wbi for the Indians at shortstop, but rir n S o h lorts
S eAlvin park, is one of the truly d Sports
o'ge at players of the game, Al
n may hit forahigeer aver- -
H Hani iRsenk Thompsonk .but Adella Boyce's Palomas volley-
SWGianti tsethe supeGltn thr ball team got their first win
baseman and swati s t lone ba.llTuesday in the local Intramural
|Al Smith has c ntib causen volleyball league for senior girls
911"_e W il9211m5 M Ia erously to. theCleveland, cusein the Junior high school grades.
In left field, but Mont6 1 'T'is The win was Sensational.The
Exhibition games do not mean the type who could break the Palomas dropped the first game
Wo mah; but the lakeside pitch- Series widnae o pen.the "t to 15.. fought back
era wre most .certainly htting LarryDoby Is a menace at,the from beh ndto take the second
their stride in the clubs'last sev. plat. and a polished cfend 5 to land Played stubbornly
erkt-engagements last spring, ad er, t Willie Mays sthe stand fortthe third pame and the ver-
the Giats copped the series, 13 out among the natural baipy-u dict They held their own for a
.... to L. erSoer O-he "r h 5-o tne coi- diflerence in the deciding
Tae Tribe fattened up in a do- over the .ace, must be the choice game.
cidely poor circuit. There was over swlh-hitting Da .Wednesday, the sma
it l r t I ea '. e ch s a even' In.re- y, the small boys
lut aSeoaoth in thenin ,-Anerieane Tce skt i adchrea with playing in their junior soccer
League after the Indians, Yankees$ ceiv skillandottn 'tit circuit served spectators a dou-
and Whlte.Sox, as the games be-im Bgn swattio ra stu c ble bill in which the Muddy Pigs
hind column so plainly shows. oftener than es besth out. were involved in both tussles.
Whaie it was tio"a, the o- fits, but there a more long balls The Pigs were opposed by the
er e., t Heavy Tigers in the program's
ilit on was quite form.idable be in' Giants' ou initial encounter and lost 2-0 In
owte Gian tsDogsCard ta thriller.
Braves. TheReds Phillies, Card. With the Giants possessingvast- a thriler.
inals and Cubs could hurt you. y more over-all speed, the -in
iates st irre oup trtf oubhe The Pigs earned their share of
The Pirates stirred up trouble for Ydans ,.wlenc.n,te .esonYthe day's success, however, when
the Giants and wound up belting haven't seen pulled all season, the yretuess, hever, when
the Brooks out of contenon, The Giants will take the extra they returned to the field for a
the roos ut Aerl Lgue r base, hit. andrun, steal. bunt, pull Poetponed match with the
ULiteni .to..Am^eraLeaeuer base,hitna-ndrun.s, oRough Riders. w h o m they
you'd suspet that the aew lork thesqueezeand whatnot. roug ie w h 6 e they
od w e A. s peaof.Teeatswcom b thrder/rouncedI tO Th'e pigs big goal
iSMij gl! gli ir a. l iinl. r t Mx m. "i-ae .. .... .. --^ lwa s a I kas'n ... ^ -- l-


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LeadlngS Biers

IZADING BATTERS
Gas( oe 406 OffIlal at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
or sadC Club A R 8 Pct.
Snier7.7(17195 .3"
MuloaJ, N.t. : 5 1M W 1
BmsdCt 7 M104 185 .W


Player and Club AB S H Pet.
AvlCL C sl. 54 1n 185 .31
MSre, CiC 16 11 I 8A
yorsB, N.Y. 417 3 4 in ;
FOX, C" 3 111 i98 .J
Gooedm, a.. 471 71 147 JIS
BOME RUNS
Kluewai, edegs 48
MayS, oiants 41
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Playrn, Ctlba W L et f
nWhite s1 3
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The ittle girls of the Junior
high, playing in the "W- girla
volleyball loop were also On the
spree Wednesday, their' activities
featuring the Angels and the
Blue Blrds. The fray was a hard
fought one all the way with the
Angels winning 10-15, 15-12 and
13-13.
Star figure on the winning at-
gregation was tiny Jeane All-
man, who was everywhere on the
court during the hectic engage-
ment. After the contest, her
teammates showered congratula-
tions on her in an atmosphere
of jubilance.


By United Press

TRACK
American mile champion Wes
Santee predicts he'll set a new
world record-in an international
race at New Orleans in Decem-
ber.
Santee-now attending Kan-
sas University on a special as-
signment with the Marines -
has written officials of the Sug-
ar Bowl Games that he will corn-
pete in the event. 'And," wrote
Santee, "I am coming to break
the one mile record."
three minutes and 58 seconds
held by John Landy of Austra-
S lia. Landy has beel invited to
e for e usatshanp gtd ate M
fisinng af arme wr. e GA compete at New Orleans. o8 has
Wiuplna t's heerd ; worj ( ) Dr Roer- Bannister of ngland
tfe wo ... e mrst man to break the
fodr-minute barrier. Others in-

.E.C. o lllga of North Ireland. Per
By United Pressu n nowIs studying at the
Except for the usual sharp gan attends Michigan.
paesin Lof quarterback Al Dog- Santee set the Sugar Bowl rec-
Ott the word foa L--U'.s eP"- ordlast year when he was timed
ration for meeting Alabama n four minutes, four and two
Saturday Is "lstles." tenth seconds.
The coaches say there are
more ahisnes than kicks and the' t .
g so running is only MiS M
falr." Meanwhile: stunned Ala-' t v^. ft|r I
bama is working hard an de- -' il lMil
fense. n Bob am
The amine kinnd of tlhes fever W lea f m aM lis
has tInvaded Au=to which pis _to_ sss
opens Saturday agalCt chat- *air ou D -
tanooga. Coach Ralph Jordan weak"*^h armaa wa = a MPoeiMeV
SAYptp eoly PlaInsmen doing bo.rwsa nss s
.any wo ..Are fuo r JoeChil- VISW Ity.. 4uker thi
dress andhalffbacks Dave Wd-- slaml ftoow -tto m It 1P a am-- I
CTad I Ua.-b. eutW
hae and aw to tskte but ,
a .aster ircuit, the sory tdif- a ys t rth
ferent. Kentuck held s short s -,. pare WN. meI
serbnmap onblocking. Misi o wwi. lastt tat you ss mes
dppi tworln- on pan defense /4ae 0's naul nOaR-
to get ready tw emntueky 010= 1tbSmawt ri
msn-quartetback Bob Rudy a are~a= sowm.-
d Delr Hughes. Tenne1 e "a1eS
held a -reagh oa 91 bt0mUre r u'm-d.tf.VS%

to we wam .e ei

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Win


Indians To Send Early W nn


After AL Win Record Breaker


(NA Telephoto)
SIGNS FOR TWO MORE YEARS --Casey Stengel waves his con-
tract after signing as manager of the New York Yankees for the
next two seasons. The signing took place at the Yankee Stadium
In New York.


Tonight's Football Jamboree


At Mount Hope To Get Local


1954 Grid Season Underway

Mt. Hope Stadium is a specta- Tonight's pre-game activities
cle to behold decked out in will begin at 6:45 and the refe-
bright colored banners to usher free's whistle is expected to sound
in the fiftj play the fqot- the signal to play ball at 7 p.m.
ball Jamboree toMHtgat Oh:45 Seatin capacity has been ar-
. Color c which ranged to handle some 41,50%
nclull spectators for what is expected
four qu4 i e.ch"c to be the best Jamboree e it
peting team in the Jamboree and was started fpur years ago,
climaxed by acting Governor
Paxton's official opening of theC l Bl
football season, will precede the GUN CLUB
action-packed six quarters of klN TCC
gridiron thrills scheduled for to- INOTES
night's program. -


The elected 'queens of the
Jamboree are Jill, McKaig of
Balboa representing the Athletic
Club, Maralyn Bevington for
Junior College, Pat Quinn, B. H.
S. queen and the host, CHS re-
presented by Lydia Sogandares.
Walter Hunicutt of the Colon
business firm Smoot and Huni-
cutt will present the Jamboree
trophy to the winners after the
night's activities are over.


This Vf the fifth playing of
the Jamboree and can, to some
extent, be called the "rubber"
game. Each of the four teams
have won the event once and to-
night's winner will become the
first gridiron eleven to be suc-
cesful twice. Added Incentive is
placed on the Jamboree when
one glances through the past
four Jamborees and discover
that each winner has gone on to
capture the school trophy at the
end of the season, though Cris-
tobal's only football victory was
shared by BHS three years ago.
BHS, this year under the gui-
rance of coach Michelin, rule as
favorites to sweep the Jambo-
ree and the season. As always,
theirs. is a team filled with re-
serve power and what consti-
tutes their first team easily out-
weighs anything the opposition
has to offer. Balboa is minus


DCM RIFLE SUNDAY
AT FARFAN RANGE
Another DCOI big bore rifle
qualification shoot will be he 1 d
next Sunday. Sept. 26 at 8:30 a.m.
at the Balboa Gun Club's Farfan
range. All civilian shooters in the
Zone who are interested in getting
or improving 1954 DCM qualifica.
tions are invited to attend. Also,
such military and civilian shoot-
ers as are interested in compet-
ing for medals are invited. If e-
nough organization repre s e n t a-'
tives show up, four marl teams
will be picked at the range, and
a ,set of team awards will be fur.
nished.
The DCM course of fire is well
known to the old time shooters.
It is designed to make marksmen
out of civilians for home defense,
and it includes considerable sus-
tained fire. Slow fire at one min-
ute per shot includes four shots
standing, four sitting and f o u r
kneeling. Rapid fire consists of
nine shots in 68 seconds, with the
shooter awaiting the signal in a
standing position. When the target
comes up, he drops into position
and gets off nine shots, which in-
clude reloading one clip. There
are three stages of rapid, stand-
ing to kneeling, standing to siting
and standing to prone.


Jim ma y Y year, ut rmos Some of the military shooters
reaching the Gold Coast have have been doing some fine shoot-
them strong in every position ng with the big rifle recently, and
and ready for a successful cam- the Balboa team was defeated by
paign. a few points in the last match.
.. Balboa will miss Dick Dillman,
Junior College, despite their but still tas shooters like Paul An-
lack of reserve power, is a close person, Fred Wells, "Dude" Lu-
second choice. With about the cas, Bill Jaffray. Archie Turner,
same amount of grldders J. C. Mel Millard and Al Joyce to put
battled to a close victory in 1953 on the line.
and many of the fans are wait- The total number of shots is 39,
ing to see i coach Wolf can turn and with a bull counting fi ve
the trick againni 1954 Exper- points the possible score is 195.
ence is their most valuable asset The new DCM calls for the "A"
and through their small staff target all the way, and with the
presents a difficult training "Expert" requirement up to 175
problem, there is little doubt it isn't quite as easy as it used
that these "old heads" can and to be with the big silhouette to
will overcome this obstacle. bang. away at. The entry fee is
The Athletic Club is now one dollar per shooter, and *very
stronger than ever with recent shooter who is physically able is
additions from the ranks of expected to take a turn in the tar-
local High School and JC teams, get pits. The match is confined o
Working from a sp, t T-forma- he use of .30-06 G. I. ammunition.
tion with Arnold Manning as Riflemen are also requested not
their new quarterback the Ath- to forget the smallbore any sight
letic Club could be the dark Dewar scheduled for the follow-
horse to watch in this- year's ing Sunday, October 3rd. There
campaign,. will be more details on this last
NRA Classification tournament in
.Tha Tigers fromt CH, playing this paper next week.
host for the Jamboree, are tak- --
ing to the field with their small- 75 Bird Registered Trap shoot


NWW YORK, Sept. 24 (UP -
The triumphant Cleveland In-
diana, looking to add some em-
broidery tothe pennant they
have already clinced, aipned for
their lllth victory of the season
today Which would break ap
American League record held by
the New York Yankees asnce
1927. .
Early Wynn (22-11) .w man-,
ager AI Lope(- 1nominfe to seek
the record today against George
Zuverink (9-12) of Detroit.


The Indians with a record
of IlO.victorles and only 41 de-
feats, own a percentage of .78,
which eclipses the .714 mark
posted by the famed "Murder-
ers' Row" Yankee team of 1W27
whdeh lost 44 games while win-
ning 110.
Cleveland, with only two more
games left after today, can not
possibly equal the m odr league
record of 116 victories in a'ian-
Sle season set by the Chicago
ubs in 1906. The Cubs lost on-
ly 36 games that year for a .763
percentage.
In the only action on the ma-
jor league front yesterday, Stan
Lopata's three-run homer in the
first inning propelled the Phil-
lies to a 4-2 victory over the P1i*
rates in a regularly-scheduled
game after the Phils edged the
Bucs, 7-6 in the completion of a
suspended game."


Robin Roberts, hurling only
one inning, gained his 23rd
victory in the abbreviated eon-
test when the Phils broke a 6-6
tie with a run In the ninth' on
Del Ennis' infield out with the
bases filled. Riehie Ashburn
came home as the Pirates
missed making a double play.
The game was a continuation
of the 6-all deadlock of Aug. 15
caused by the Pennsylvania
curfew lew.
In the regular, game, Lopata
smashed his 14th homer off Wy-
rostek. Herman Wehmeier scat-
tered seven hits for his llth vic-
tory before 936 fans, smallest
crowd of the year at Connie
Mack Stadium.

O'Malley Hints

T.V. Problems

Caused By Govt.


NEW YORK, Sept. 24 (UP) -
President Walter O'Malley of the
Brooklyn Dodgers says major-
league baseball trying to work
out a television policy doens't
know which may to turn. O'Mal-
ley hints the fault lies with the
Government
O'Malley spoke yesterday at a
luncheon meeting of the New
York Sports Broadcasters' Asso-
ciation. He admits broadcasts
and telecasts of major-league
games may be covering too
much of the country. "But it's
what the people want," says O'-
Malley, "and they are entitled
to it."


O'Malley says organized base-
ball is being sued for trying to
restrict broadcasts into minor-'
league territory. He mentions
another suit reported to be in
the works because the minors
teel too many major-league tele-
casts are coming into their ter-
ritory.
The Dodger president says two
government agencies the De-
partment of Justice and the FCC
- watch baseball closely. He
says the government turned
down a television plan drawn up
by Minor-L e a g u e President
George Trautman. Under that
plan, a major-league game would
have been telecast nation-wide
each Saturday Minor-1 e a g u e
clubs would have shared in the
profit to Offset any attendance
loss brought on by the telecast.
Two weeks ago. Baseball Com-
missioner Ford Frick told the
sports broadcasters that major-
league telecasts into minor-
league towns gradually wil wipe
out the minors. Frick warned
that the majors will lose their
source of talent and eventually
fold themselves.


OMallUey wouldn't comment
directly on Frick's statement.
But the Dodger president says -
and tles are his words "Tele-
vision Isn't the monster It Is
pictured." O'Malley says attend-
ance has fallen off in minor-
league towns not reached by
major-league telecasts.

KCCmewski Reds'

Fri NHme Run

King Since 1905
CINCINNATI, Sept. 24 (NEA)


et s aum ever sice we innaugu- -Ted Kluszewski gives the Reds
ration of tackle football. But the Gamboa Golf and Country their first National League home
old ger spirt that was so Club announces a special shoot run kingince Fred Odwell hit
rely lacking last year seems to for Sunday, September 20th nine f 95.
have returned to a and 10:00 a.m. This wfll be&S$ Bird The Reds have had three
it 1 only too well known that a Registered Trap Shoot ana all other homer kings since 1876,
nff.9In tMm Ms .afs a hard Gun Club members in the' area but Sam Crawford's 18 was the
^Btoan d tZ *6ntnieat of may take part. too figure.
.he Ca. O. V. aren't convinc- Charlie Disharn, the genial luissewki figures to wind
ed that they can be eat... a Gsamboa Gun Club host, wll be up with at least five more than
god 'atmosphere to sy the in charge and that is a guarmn- e total huag up by the other
east, tee of successful event. Cilanatt long-ball kings.


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NATIONAL EEAOUE
Teams W L Pet. GB
New York 95 .8 U --
Ba.eklyna .JS- 6
'Milwaukee 17 .157 814
Clinclmatl 74 78 .407 3
Philadelphia '73 -7 .487 12
St. Leous 71 8 .470 124
ChiM0eo o U .408 34
Ptttsburgh 51'S .351 42%
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia
Pittsburh, aS Brooklyn
St. LoufA St MilUwakee
No other g"uMe s.lieduled.


AME+ICAN LEA Ji
Teams, !,r, W -L a-
Clevelai u11 41 .I
Neow Ylt,' n 4r;.g
Chieago 1 't i
Boston 6 67 ,8
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Chicat Balttmor:3 I
Dilettt at#t!evftnd ; ,
PlWddlhiw at New y"


YESTERDAY'S RIESULTS YESTnRDArs RI
(Compietui oft6 1 game) No 9 a"ehedul
Piladehia 10W301001-7.3 2Sho

and Atwell. Miller, Wehmeter, -
MrOsinski, Ridflk- Roberts (23- BAS ETBAILA,
14) and Lopatk. -,


(Regular Gam4 )
Pittsburgh 10 000 110-2 7 1
Philadelphia 310 000 000-4 12 1


LaPalme (4-10), Thies and At-
well. Wehmeler (10-11) and
Lopata.
N6 other games scheduled.


The Alltna v
New York Knicke
23 at Madlsoh Sq
Moore was voted
coach of thE year
last three' seasons.


Chuck Dressen in nMidd

Of Managerial TugOfWar
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* NEW YORK. Sept '24 (UP) -
Former Brooklyn pilot Charley
Pressed appears od be in the
middle of a managerial tug of
war.
Both the Washington Nats and
the Philadelphia Phils are re-
ported to be after Dressen as
manager for next season.
Owner Clark Griffith of Wash-
ington makes i ft the Nats
will have a new manager next
year. And he admits he is con-
sidering Dressens for the job.
Griffith has a news conference
bche~luled for Monday morning.
eskid if a new manager would
'be named at that time, Griffith
replied -"No, that will come
later."
Griffith says the Monday ao
ipoucement will concern BUm
lartis, who has served 18
Fson' as Nat manager over over
riod of 30 years. The Washion
owner says he will have a "final
conference" with Harris before
the announcement.
, G Yiffith says: -'"We might
make up our minds before then,
but that will be the finish of it."
But Griffith known in base-
ball circles as "th old fox" -
hedges a bit wh itf comes to
naming Dressen outright. Grif-
fith says Dressen is, in his words,
"one fellow I have in mind, if
I make any change.". The old
Fox adds -"I'd be yery happy
to talk to him. If I make a
change, I will talk With him in
New York next week."
A New York paper The Post
- says Dressen will replace Ter-
ry Moore as Manager of the
Philt. Columnist .Arch Murray
says Moore, who took over for
Steve O'NeHl in md-season, was
told he would manage the Phils
next year, too. But Murray says
Moore 'basnt heard anything
since from owner Bob Carpenter
of the Phils.
Right now, Dressent is in New
York to talk wi1t"t*ee or four
major league cfubd, about a
managing job. ChJrley piloted
the Oakland Acorh,'*o the Pa-
cific Coast piapofhe champion-
ship this year. He won the pen-
nant with Brooklyn in 1952 and
'53 but lost to ,the .Yankees in
the World Seria ac] year..
This time, Dreiensq picks the
Giants to beat to beat the Idians in the
Series. "It's going to take great
Ditching to b4tOeveland," says
Dressen. "But I think the plants
have three great Ditcher to do it
in Sal Maglie, Johwny Antonell
and Ruben GomP .".
Dreslen left thDodgers after
last season when he failed to
get a long-term contract. He
says the Dodgers lost this year
because they didn't beat the
Giants often Za ug] and be-
cause Dodger Ith)A "bogged
down late in the season."
An old-time Cleveland World
Series hero Bill Wambsganss
disagrees. He picks the In-
dians in five games... if, as he
Muts it, "If tl*y can'stop Willie
eays. .
Wambsganss is now 60 but still
pointers to kids in Lakewood,
Ohlo... a Cleveland.suburb. In
1920, he made the only unassist-
ed triple play in World Series
history. His pride and joy Is his
22-year-old son..W JW, Junior.
The youngster Jy signed
with the Indlanf"W will play
n the. Three-Eye League next
eason.
The president of Ohe Brooklyn
Dodgers admits having made a
nistakq lu ts tl1 at may
have c t th nt. And


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be a shake'iby pro
to make thS;istake ai
O'Malley peaking at t
York Sports Broadcasterl
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take was being too high
bench. "I even convinced
the bench was strong," a
Mallev, "and that's not gi
O'Malley says --"We wi
carefully during the win
If we find we need hel,
1bet-mil boots we wil
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'Atoms-For-Peace


ithusiastic


UN


But Dulles said the note Dulles proposed ,an item fo:
"gave no Indication that the the Assembly's agenda or pro-
USSR had receded from its gram "which will enable us to
negative position" and inform- report on our efforts to explore
ed sources saw little chance of and develop the vast possibilities
early resumption of Soviet- for the peaceful-uses of atomic
American atomic talks without energy."
considerable political argu-
ment. Dulles covered a sweeping
Russia turned down Mr. Elsen- range of world problems in his
hower's "atoms for peace" plan speech opening Gneral As-
on the ground that nuclear wea- sembly debate Germany,
pons first must be outlawed. Austria, the European Defense
Dulles said, however, that "the Community pact, K o ree a,
United States remains ready to Southeast Asia, and limitation
negotiate with the Soviet Union." of armament.
"Yesterday (We d n e s d a y ), He reviewed RuSsia's obstruc-
when it was known that I would tion of peace treaties for Ger-
speak on this topic, the Soviet many and Austria and then said
Union broke a live months of German rearmament: "The
silence by delivering a note af- problem of peace in Europe has
firming its readiness to talk become more complicated be-
further," Dulles said. cause of the recent setback to
He cautioned that the note did the consumation of the Euro-
not hold any indication of a pean Defense Community.
change in Russia's position to "That concept came from rec-
the plan the President disclosed ognition that the best guaran-
tq the Assembly in a speech last tee of permanent peace in Eu-
Dec. 8. Rope was an organic unity which

Ike Jumps Into


Election Fight


AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER



8 Pan ama Amoc an


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Q4. I
i RED-HA. DED Thbs display of Red literature, In-
iS 'the Coul1 att Manliesto. a target pellet gun and Yugo-
& hlSpasspot4unuoad to James Petroff wvre alleged to have
Sbee und In a car Fetroff was driving. Detroit police said he
was 4ralling appllcants for lobs In the strike-bound Square D
ele rical equipment company. Four other men riding with
Peiroff were alsn arrested and held for questioning.


Sense Boss Wants



t e f On ( C f, 0 t
erion2 %rot

SWASHINGTON, Sept. 24 (UP) He said again that we "rat-
X- .1ense Secretary Charles E. tie" the H-bomb too much and
Wilr e said yedtay he will give it "the wrong emphasis." *
ask Inew Co es to extend <
Sthe r-t and wrned that the, Discussinilfta.y manowerj
lArn ri- y have to be expanded and reserve prBolh.s, Wilson'
by 10 divisions unless a "decent" said the defense department
reserve programrni-fated. within th( tt 0 days will preo
,A s- .. ,pare legislatild to continue the
He said expanding the Army, draft, now scheduled to expire
wouldbe "the dumb And expen- June 30. and to set up an effec- r
Wslve ay" of assuring adequate tive reserve system.
Snatl oal defense 8 1 .
S:nt a defn. I He said te~only alternative to a
l B he said the present sys- a workable reserve program
Stent 't working *nd some way would be to' 'tve up to 10 or
mtu m be found to force veter- more additional Army divisions t
"ani, Q serve in the reserves, on active duty or to "sacrifice
something else." in our national ,
j Bll made tW(#Bktements at defense pthtIg. The Army no*
g news conference at which he has 19 divisions. e
dfWted Western Europe to t
hastAl a solution to the German Present law requires draftees t
0 a-' -- .M ..an onirto serve six years in the reserves
r~ ent problem and said after a two-year regular hitch %
Red M ese attacks on Quemoy but few have been living up to e
ar t ublesome" but are "not the obligation p
,heatl up any more." ,
I While Wilson gave no details, n
Ei..lso announced that steps Presideht Eisenhower has given s.
ari ng taken to eliminate top priority to the reserve prob-
bI ecks delaying production lem. Military leaders want 3 mil-
o05 tlunderstre ..jet fighters lion combat-ready reserves In n
'e$ badly by both the Air organized unitsready to back up
F*owfnd North Atlantic Treaty the regular forces in case of war. a
He said 41r Force en- V
I i Sl changes, caused a 80 Asked about universal military n
cut 'in output. training, Wilson replied, "Why fc
worry about some technicality... 8
I jblefense secretary dodged we will practically need all the -
WMe lion on whether Russia young men of ,the country for
hUa ATliverable hydrogen bomb two years' as long as the mill-
on grdtabd a reply would be tary services maintain their F
"re]eted all over the world by present strength of about 3 mil-
fatets .and enemies." lion men,


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THE SENSATIONAL FIGHT OF
THEW YEAR STILL Ai Hrt.

ROCKY MARCIANO
vs.
EZZARD CHARLES


ODAY at the CENTRAL
'\ 'With the ReIlease


CHARLES lYER as
M-WE LE niesruled
the Casb.eiy man his
enemny-veray woman his slave!


NHEDY IAMARRas wr
a woman with a past who lived
\ the way men taught her to...
.shame ,- =, .


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TWENTY-NINTH YEAR


Dulles


Gets En
UNITED NATIONS, N Y. 24 -
LT 1- A U.S. proposal for a
aorld conference on atomic
energy gave hope to many U.N.
delegates today that East-West
agreement may be possible on
President Eisenhower's "atoms
for peace" program.
Secretary of' State John Foster
Dulles made the proposal to the
U.N. General Assembly late yes-
;erday In a broad outline of the
plan which Mr. Eisenhower made
public in a U.N. speech last De-
cember.
Dulles .called for creation of
an Internatiopal agency to
start work "1s early as next
year" and said all nations "in-
terested in participating and
willing to take on the respon-
sibilities of membership" will
be welcome to join.
In a speech which was receiv-
ed enthusiastically from diplo-
mats of almost all nations ex-
enot the Soviet Union and its
satellites, Dulles also made these
Major proposals:
1. The calling of an interna-
lonal scientific conference next
spring under the auspices of the
inlted Nations to "consider this
hole vast subject."
2 Opening early next year in
he United States of a reactor
raining school where students
rom abroad "may learn the
working principles of atomic
energy with specific regard to its
peacetime uses."
3. Invitation of a "substantial
umber" of foreign medical and
urgical experts to participate in
he work of US. cancer hospi-
als, where atomic energy tech-
iques are helpful.
Dulles disclosed that Russia, in
notedelivered in Moscow on
wednesday, expressed its "readi-
ess to talk further" on the plan
or peaceful use of atomic ener-
y.


French Minister

Denies Red Hunters

iolng Eased Out


LOS ANGELES, Sept. 24 (UP)
- President Eisenhower says he
wants a Republican yictory in
the coming Congressional elec-
tions to save the government
from "deterioration, stagnation
and inaction."
Speaking before 18,000 party
workers in the Hollywood Bowl
last night, Eisenhower said a
Democratic congress and a Re-
publican White House would re-
sult in an "endless round of
political maneuverings."
He urged the GOP campaign-
ers to "go to work" to'guarantee
the administration ,a friendly
Congress.
The Chief Executive was
scheduled to speak briefly today
before the American Federation
of Labor convention an ad-
mittedly hostile audience. T::e


not monopolize power and na-
tural resource development.
Prior to the dam ceremony, he
spoke to a group of Northwest-
ern Republican leaders in Walla
Walla, Wash, and told them
they. would have to work hard-
er to deffet the Democrats this
fall or court- the possibility of a
chaotic government.
The chief executive motored
from Walla Walla to the dam
site where he was joined by Ar-
my Secretary Robert Stephens
who was there because the Ar-
my Corps of Engineers built the
$286,950,000 dam.
Also present were Interior Se-
cretary Douglas McKay, a host
of Northwestern dignitaries and
at least one Democrat, Sen. Hen-
ry Jackson of Washington.
netrine In the hlfhlyv power-


PARIS, Sept. 24 (UP) The AFL has denounced the adminis- conscious Northwest, the Presi-
government charged today that tratlon for "many crimes of dent made it clear his policies a-
"documents Involving national omission and commission." against too much federal control
security" were found on suspend- did not mean the government
ed Paris police commissioner Eisenhower denounced anti- should desert the power develop-
Jan Dides. administration "peddlers" of ment field.
Interior Minister Francois Mit- "false fears" and predicted the As a case in point, he named
terand issued an unusual early Republicans will 'ride forward the Libby Dam, to be built on
morning communique to answer over their gloom-filled talk the Canadian border and said:
mushrooming rumors about the and their cynical doubt. "I have recently acted to re-
"case of the-Communist leak." In a fighting mood, the Proes- move obstacles to the construe-
The communique denied Right- Ident soughtto whip up enthu- tion of that dam and I shall
ist claims that officials charged slasm for the Republican cause continue to recommend federal
with investigating Communists among the party faithful. construction of such beneficial
are being eased into other jobs. Wp are determined to fulfill projects. New ones will be start-
These reports are "without any every commitment that we have ed."
foundation," Mitterand said. made to the American people,"
Mitterand's statement, issued he said. Persons who heard the Pres-
after he conferred with Premier "For a political party to be ident said they had seldom
Pierre Mendes-France. ended a held clearly accountable to the him display a more fighting
36-hour news blackout following people for its political phlloso- attitude in discussing the ne-
Dides' suspension. phy to guide the course of our cessity for maintaining Repub-
It coincided with reports of a government, 0t is essential that lican control of Congress.
possible parliamentary nvestga the party control both the exe- He said he was confident the
tlon. -cutive and the leg a I a t I ve mass of Americans were pleas-
I Dides, one of the leaders of Ibranches of the government. ed his administration had re-
the Communist hunt which "On the other hand, when the turned efficiency and Integrity
Started during the last days of Congress is controlled by one to the federal establishment.
the Indochina war earlier this political party and the executive And he warned strongly that a
year, was arrested Saturday. I branch by the other, politics in Democratic victory in November
He was picked uno by 15 police- 'Washington has a field day. would divide the responsibility
'men as he left the office o: .The conduct of government for government and thus lead
Christian Fouchet, minister for tends, under these conditions, to to damaging confusion.
Tunisian and Moroccan affairs 'deteriorate into an endless round -------
He was estioned for hours by of political maneuverings, of
Security Aency agent thenhaf measures or no measures at ime RunIn u
released. all.Pee On F'

munistinvestigation. but Crm- Dam on the Columbia River
ref near Umala, Ore., eEuropre- enselr
red to the national security doc- teay and ai he was a- Eu
gains the theory of public
power that would turn treat PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 24 (UP)
,-, "BlleAl regions of the country into -H. Struve Hensel. Assistant
Rifleian's Bullet "federal satellites." Secretary of Defense, said last
Speaking before an audience night that "time may not have
W of more than 20,000 persons at run out but it Is running very
the base of the dam, the Pres- short" for achievement of collec-
ident restated his basic atti- tive security in Europe.
ae tude toward public power that Hensel pointed his criticism at
the federal government should French failure to join the Euro-
PUSAN, Korea, Sept. 24 - -An unidentified rifleman put a He said in a speech here that
bullet through a .window of the Salvation Army the United States still wants
U.S. Consulate here today, show. France in some sort of European
ering Vice Consul Gordon K. Mot'To D fat Site mltary aiance but cannott
with broken glass. He was not m '. .Ia JIC ,ally with this problem for-
"A bullet, a rently from a t P riso Sunday Hens, who is in charge o n-
smaU-caiber rie, was fired ternatlonal security affairs, said
through a third-floor window of the' The Salvation Army is plan- proposals of British Foreign 8ec-
Pusan consulate at 2:08 p.m .. ling to dedicate its building site rotary Anthony Eden ea be
mining Mr. Mott by less than a t Paraiso on Sunday at 4 p.m. forced into a workable means of
1eot," Cansul Charles B. Borell The ceremony will be perform- bringing West Germany into the
announced. ed by the Sectional Of fleer, 8- North Atlantic Treaty Organisa-
In Seul, Ambassador Ellis 0. Capt. Edward W. Hodgson as- t on with a military contribu-
gs promptly delivered anan listed by Mrs. Captain Hdgi 6tin.
j Pro' eto Foreign Minister -nd other officers of the Pana- Hensel accompanied Secretary
Yon Y T. Ig emaan Vtnal Zone action. C .State Jo'a Foster Dunes to
i _. advised ly uthat Use At 7..J p9m. te same ninta BonMa and L'.4en last wek. @ H
UImmkelate se e c cent needing will be held in gef. aid U United States Imof
10M S a n i. I complaints also Service Ceter under the 'wwth hope" to nMxt wek's nse-.
,about U S-.aid aS 1e0 response leadership of g8*pt. and Mrs' .we conference on Germ
ble fhor ttatoek'Hodason. 'JA IAnOM.


nm CNTS


Speech


Reception


r would include France and Ger-
- many,
"The votes of Communist de-
puties more than accounted for
the parliamentary majority
which in one country (France)
shelved the EDC. Thus, they act-
ed to perpetuate European divi-
sions which have recurrently
bred ware.
"However, the free nations
concerned do not accept with
resignation the perpetuation of
what, historically, has been the
world's worst fire hazard. They
are alert to the peril and are
working actively to surmount it."


US Weather

Prophets See

Cruel Winter


CHICAGO, Sept. 24 (UP) -
Autumn arrived officially today
and amateur weather prophets
said the condition of the cockle
burrs and woolly caterpillars
point to a hard winter.
The fall season bowed in at
8:56 a.m. EST, replacing a sum-
mer that gave the nation
drought in the midlands, floods
In the Southwest and hurricane#
In the South and East.
It felt Ike' uumn, too, in
same parts of = country, Area
tic air with a tag In if
brought frost to the northern
Midwest and a chill all the way
to the Gulf of Mexico.
The weather seers and al-
manac thumbers said a bit-
ter winter was a certainty.
Some said the rabbits are car-
rying extra-heavy pelts this
year, a sure sign.
Connie N. Watts a one-man
almanac of Baldwin, Ga., said
the cockle burrs gave him the
clue.


"Cockl] burrs are ripe al-
ready, and that means an early
frost," Watts said. "The shucks
on the corn are heavier, the
bark on the trees is thicker and
huggin' the branches.
"The old farm mule has a
double coat of hair and all the
animals and birds are getting
ready for the worst winter In
many years," he said.
Confirmation came from Miss
Eunice Merton at Richfield, 0.,
who inspected the wooly cater-
pillars and came up with her
semi-annual "Bangs Corners
bug barometer."
"There is perishing cold to
come," she warned. "Better be
ready."
IT the woolly caterpillars are
on the beam, she said, the next
few months will "blizzard you
raw."
There were several other more
tangible signs that summer was
over.
Tomorrow the outdoor Ice
rink will be installed at New
York's Rockefeller Center, re-
placing the summer garden.
Sports fans were beginning to
talk about football, instead of
baseball.
And in Atlanta, where sum-
mer warmth lingered on, some-
one stole a $75 overcoat from
Its owner.

Two NY Gunmen
Get $10,1N0

In Bank Holdup


MOUNT VERNON, N. Y., Sept.
34 (UP) Two gunmen held up
a suburban drive-in branch of
the Country Trust Company to-
S and led wth morethan
Four bank employes were
trussed up with twine and their
wn belts after they opened the
safe that held the money. They
were unhurt.
The holdup men had to wait
i1 minutes for a time-lock to
operate before the safe could be
'We are wanted men and we
don't care what happens to u,"
o of the ypung bandte to
Mrs. Jn Beer, of Yonkers, a
i*nk manaar UIdmuM Kitch-
mOr. of Mt. Venu., sa tbe
wil-cWuag4 held. be 0 a,
t w*as wuB ted b jf


INHEIT VO N Mr. Anne Maue" Kelley, 82-yar o1ld
housekeeper of.Dr. William H. Whi tng, hb died recently AtMS
age of 102. received 300,000 in his will. Sbe.saldd she mYn t
her.own small orchestra with part of the Inheritane. a widqv
and great-grandmother, Mrs. Kelley Is ah ardent uwt and 1i
shown with one of her oil paintings at Barre,5a.


(NATelephpto)
THE WINNER Averell Harrihan after winning the Democratic
nomination for governor of New York has hand held aloft In
victory t New York City by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (let().

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