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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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My in NATE 6N nAL m A sY "$Lee thf. people Iosw t .e trash andI the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

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Typhoon


'Gilda Easing Off,


Heads To Honduras


MIAMI, Sept. 27 (UP)-"OlU-
dL," the season's seventh tropi-
cal storm, moved toward Brit-
ish Honduras with diminishing
strength today.
Highest winds reported in an
11 a.m. advisory from the Mia.
mi weather bureau were 50o
miles an hour. At that hour
the storm was moving through
the Gulf of Honduras about
10 miles-s outh of Belize.
The weather bureau said the
storm would continue a west-
erly movement at about eight
miles an hour and move inland
In British Honduras this af-
ternoon, losing force.
A 5 an,. advisory had placed
the storm's strength at 65 miles
an hour.


A Navy hurricane hunter
plane from Jacksonville, Fla.,
flew Into the new storm last
night to obtain an accurate
report of its strength and posi-
tion.
Gilda was classified as a
smalll tropical storm.," The
highest estimated winds were
65 miles an hour near its cen-
ter but squally with strong
gale-force winds extended 200
miles North and East and a
short distance to the West, the
forecasters said.
The storm was discovered
early Sunday when weather re-
rts from three remote sta-
ons in Central America Indi-
cated strong rotating winds
over the Gulf of Honduras.
Five of the other six tropi-
ca.l tnrmn this season develon-


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Aj l *.A ei I 4nto hurtcanes. Two u WHAT IS IT? The "Flying Bedstead," a vertical rsing BrIis
Them, Carol and Edna, slam- aircraft, is shown for the first time In this photo made at a
r1 nMVWSme them, NCearola l and Edn d -.cret airfield during a test of the vehicle. let exhausts under
B k' cmed wide area d ecton. the experimental craft lift It straight Into the air.

'Scandal Of (entu' Withdrawal Of US Dulles Lays Groundwork
ROME, Sept. 27 (UP)-Inve- DIvisdos In Korea
tigating Magistrate Raffaele For Lond t C n f n re
Sepe issued five more warrants r Lon 1 nI ICI n
oay demanding Immediate
uestloning of persons who tes- -
tied in an earlier investlga- DERO p t 2 (U LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) U.S. Adenauer met with his cabinet
lton of the sex-and-drug deatn DETROIT, s e p 2 (UP) secretary of state John Foster and the foreign affairs commit-
of Wilma Monte. "The Communists are smartDulles privately today with tee of the lower house of ParlIa-
enough to realize" that the cur- e* ch Premier Perre Mendes- ment. He outlined to them his
1*.i five nersans called tor rent withdrawal of four Ameri-_ U .,. ,. .,a .mm ,m aoNW a L t -umnt. -at .e


RP Is Big

Shareholder

In US Stocks


Lives


57 Americans Die


In Worst Sinking


Stocks held in domestic United *
States corporations by Panama-
nians put investments originat- nce T titanic
ing in Panama in third place In
a tabulation of such securities
award in the Latin Amercan re-
publics. -
The tabulation made for "The
Exchange" magazine, published TOKYO, Sept. 27 (UP) A typhoon whipped through
by the New York Stock xc han TsugarStri in northern Jpan today, overtui g and
shows that Panamanian hol- othrn panoday, overturning and
in s In stocks of s corVrations sinking 208 vessels and killing almost 3000 persons, in'
totaled $33,000,000 as of Do. 31. cludin 57 Americans.
1953. ,
Only two Latin American The Americans were among the 1042 passengers and"
countries, Uruguay with $45,000,- 111 crewmen on the ferry boat Toya Maru which was cap
$34,000,000, have hiherinvestwith sized by the 118 mph winds in the strait between Honshu
ment in Unitedit Statesstocksa fand Hokkaido islands.
United Sttes dome stocks More than 1000 persons were killed in th sinking of
held abroad, the Stock exchange the 4300-ton railroad ferry, which caught fire before it
excluded $300,000,000 held by s
United States citizens resident sank.P
Uioverseas. Ur aMrexicokPolice reported that on Japan's northernmost island
Following Urua, Mexico and of Hokkaido 7 persons were known dead and 149mi
Panama In dollar volume of
American investments were Cu- sing soon after the storm struck.
ba. with $31.000.000: Venezuela Weather forecasters were caught off guard by the
17.000,oo000; Argentina with s16.- storm. They had predicted winds of about 55 mph in the
000,000; Chile with .$12.000,000 Hokkaido-Honshu straits.
and Ecuador with $11,000,000.
Colombia and Costa Rica have The clumsy ferry, on a run The sladni appeM d *o bi.,
US stock Investments of $1.000,- between Aomorl on the main one of the wqsru
00' each, and the other Latin Japanese island of Honshu and aeoddent iS
American republics have litvest- Hakodate on northernmost tory.
ed a lump total of $15,00000W in Hokkaido Island, rolled over The worst on rewod. h
Ubq.oonalitir the the lahi winds and 1F1: I 2&'am


.- - 15, ^ Fr-cur heurr g- n----js w-eourws a- n 1'd Ib E -- --.' #.
'lbor d" Vadvested In US stock fol owed bY s aone of t were e r
The hrm of the Jot A drive for a roun for full eqaltythe United Kingdfim with $744,- fore r -
a -duri a ed. lpolces ecles said Chiefs of Staff added that the eomproie. ed sources with en allies-000,000. Canada th 0000 seas o
S. . lepe td wrrts after ecison to withdraw the for said Britain was willing to ondes-F rance 000 and the Nethrlands with More than 300 bodies we re The T-. or ..
S. .,.'. r a. new. port on the was "completely sound" because part way to meet French waned hi countrymen before 374,0,000. washed ashore. A few pase on m n to
I wl .dra.fted is pedal It will provide the United States mands for stricter safeguards on h flew to Ldon yesterday cl vs gers wer able t w to dte ltun
Squi r federal p with "better striking foles and German mment. that F must balance its which top the individual Latin shore. were s elt he hlp
ee ae M~~. Car- gr-ater flexblity." The Stales, Britain and foreign t and other deficits American ebl a sto- er
Sn authorels; I An- i an address prepared -for the West any are Jargely alone an Without loreein as- ho are gium with $103.- r br w
er..- el. an, Englh a omic .ub.of Detrolt, Rad- greed oiS4etalls tantin. distance." ver, he said in a 000,000;France with 100,000,000; IM T I a Aft. thre hours of btter
P. ; lerino ra for tiod ded the move aalnst m her sovereiy and speech at n that he ex- the Britlsh holdings lited under JW I UlII 1 g by the winddrivenea
Suf.. er who had em t e from Republic o Ko- ier a member o the N pected Amtary aid to Western European dependencies, the jerry an to and the
S Inmn lum; Francesco Taz e, a r ars who have cared it Atlantic pact and the 1948 B continue. I o honly "nor- with $7 00o 0 and Sweden Mc captain fi an .0.Min-
S Irado technician, andP Paule e their country without sels defense agreement. mal" ,I a to e e wth 0s later, the ferry capped
.Venuti, a former te epe. te defense. The present ganion f toreceie The foreigho hurling al aboard Ito
'The five gav 410e4 4 .d ment schedule.would Intfene4 sources said Dnues arms from werful u8 domestic stock- excuive Members of the Jewish faith sea
a I the first ofthe ree Amerian divons in talk with Mendes-Franee friend and- of those held by US citizens res- throughout the world will usher The typhoon was the third
cae last March. g ed to lay h dent abroad-was listed by the in the New Year 5715 at sun- destructive tropical storm to
Sof deliverin Radford also defended, against work for a coli=re ac e I othr exchange at $3,400,000,000. down today, lash the Japanese home Islands
Saiey will be Lc cor esslonal cristi- t the rearmament n lm M confer- _. Rabbi Nathan Witkin, auxill- since Sept. 17. The previs
29 rion terms on ea .Oi the adm ratfon's "new w h ibromjses to be t1 es, in- F Cla ar chaplain of the U.S. Army phoons, dubbed 10 lvJune" and
Sn justice -. : defense program with its teilfor the West sice A "Wa- Caribbean ofand Caribbeanthe U. Ar "Lor," ublaimed J10un lve and
tat Former Pae P s inent in military spending n was diviei by e y the Command and Director of 'the caued damage Wtimated at
Poiftouarr-"our.q.-relianco"gethe Rusan...attheM1I" hecfrUSO-JWB Armed Forces Service 300 iiloh dol:.
s, four-hour 4 .ea onat bYmen s 5 include Be vd thned CenterIn"Balboa, will conduct Mie boiled f the
.le i with. Sepe, . of o ." SINhortly before- Dulles. ft the enthe-high holy days services at cific Ocean early Sunday, l-
ltlern.tout, mstlon was issued(ar ,i d it meets this American embassy to meet Men- td-Freo Mar- o iand the chapel of the USO-JWB ing first at the southern I
nre a le sutt. Polite is.nt drity ire tonld dehrance, the secre con in r t hav been de lmndOof Eyul and bnikoka
uitng oushed 910mrerIdaofrrange wthe secretarc-f igndArrangements have been madevan e n ohe nrwar d
Swim Beye helicopter ,and a rsl h boat Sfor mllitarsyonna: Tan their wd '
e Vi"A HPaul lie pereonnel



J h hspa h rmfamiliesdstationedonboth eiouan
P i oeat.bw, 7 'he bre oe o is minister were dispatched yesterday morn- oe stiu both sidesaot. r t roh hm
Dbca bap ea.n wals. MePoit, w.,A. W? ,..ete b-yb .W- or ueWlr .ttoadlan se- alag to search for a soldier pre- O eof Ctus. as oeli asforl d.o_ woe ot ,
4hef TO ?a Urft. in post-wa V9Fl1w dep-rnaaf- sumed to have drowned off Pert- civilians, to attend religious hed Isand of the areas




Behwest adRched od to flyn b cot e sland while gathering oys ser iesrs Hana. oa
o..oaI. Lee Jraen meters vJewish New Year, and Ypm KI- h teop-..... damagTar g .
S o ot estdof Sgt. George F. Arthu -r, Jr. u, the Day of Atonement. imaed at pu the .






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saw.. to Me in Iuledra to wnr- iinrin he rwcapp aentlyowa the dDgtriavessua ed s eia lom e-p
.r ._o a i pocn.stlorms wth Ane rmy Caribea Calo ribnfro A fire tonhed b tetyp
e ,. e-orrange dies at about 9:15 am. yesterday Commad, and the o5th n*val cirt ,im .Aeia housing an.
thief 'pexec s ana p vf ht. off a rock by a big wave. moral h da for the observance of eg om







les RaInhWs s sy.. esce h ea asuuml od, the rMsh Holy Days.d o dscae agie
..'Bo n. The gex ti ve at but neither l e A brook helcop- e she dul service s ia s er e w reds.
AncoNld-Tt them sobiom- Rohescheduleonrlic Toaesys O fe
g oo or iter nor the Army's crash boat follows:n r -
]o eis* Bulths e soier. e R oles th rarins lrodayw7:3u
bd pt.4 hteJggema t. Arthur, who has a wife p.m.; tomorrow a.m. and h 7:30RaIla cmU c
weRO lowl their *g** iandthree small children, was p.m.: Wednesday 9 asm.
attached to the 148th MP Pla- Yom Kippur: Wednesday, Oct. h was eWbre n a un
U S ls oiW hitomn. He Is a native of Shady 17, 7:30 pm.: ThursdaW, Oct. 8, at leds o dpia e
Spray, W. Virginia. 9 .m. until sundown. hi t b Mare.
"11- -- -- e t- Hundreda of fishi bot
lo walwrecked House Subcommitoee To Hear and oastal vesseswr
saId ti10e PrIdNst was dearlyid
Is "Iof0 the strh outside ofn
&I l.-S, ..eg.aden Ino o l h s il-Castllo eArmas Testimony ofhe.,
bad sampledoi -=oIr1nd
V own mT doostr P- -ory. o d d .horPon-o ure. o
lion e to t he tatl d a 1- hf bprpolice aWASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP) most murdered by the G m ,' h.,Comi),nl., ,a.h- ,u- aou t sawa
lea to who is -A House subcommittee on Lat- niste, when he Was captu near Maesdyama City or ehd
-earanceabS' 3n74 Quarte~rin America expected to hear the after an unsuccessful revolu-
Quarterstestimony of President Carlos tionary attempt in 190." o and od 2.050 hm ,
=or his.20hedule.police In Castillo Armas today on the re- "We are also bringinfr f r o m A re fa".e ,' the typ--
The P"edents uat o r I the end of cent revolt again Communism Guatemal a. as guests of theId
Utcal iperam&wlbe by of- shortly in Guatemala. committee, threelof the young ,hoeCiy in
e & e O w.'Napparently CastIWo. who led the revolu- heroes of Ce Itllo's ariny of lib-/,N5vmg some 50 perso.s
Siil ejte-cyclone tion Against Guatemala's gov- ration. who will testify during/l_
Vce Pst Richard M-Wif-bJune actually told the hearings." Hillitgs said. Tokyo escaped with cml,
eat Thg 3 their rehis #ory3In Guatemaalawhere be "They are Raul Midence, Mario fringe wins.
pianswred questions by su m- Lopez and LJonel Clonega Ote-
at pube4mntpreinct nRep. Patrick J. ro
toworien Hillins (a .).The CongreMamanM Maid he be-/e
veBut hik testimony was recor- leaves the rearin" will show
-I -A-lnUW01ad1-1S f, use-at., opening of the that Russi, "has been con.lnu- UAD P M s.a.
IaTha public tngs, to In- of Western hemisphere nations-," sta plan 1 form 3

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Pa ue*w. I sNMAN = 1." a.9c By VICTOR RIESEL
o o eo o nMu" IN A4vaS 0 o a tc a WAbONGTON ,* A network ra- Btt I will ch e the particular
*p Oe, aUAN '..- ..... .240 LOS ANGELES &resident El.- dio colmmentator recidy e d n t the Cty debate
..cretpry f Agd cltur zraAUn.to behospltaniI of
senuower's sauvance men, s e uren o -l an aievrBne to hue McCarpy because as
'is I OU ~OiUM THE REIiADERS OWN COLUMN nere to 1ne AV convention t woo We0retry O Bnterir MeKay augtta....r tolm l Mal
LTh M oaoor or at east neutralize it our. Te .he didn't want It lked as he r MaB C~tr now
Ld full d w It' appa ongrent that the GOP must cam one, ao ordingl to e i f ac u Sfo, ,. reel Io uiick bout g
.p.ign, cu, un it snave maue more usBens na g tonghe the toof t o are
r don' gi p errorsancther speeches wonacn la fm-tes or aothy... o n e edy i
and tactics had been prel reu us o sugh ns nhas made sis- eal o as sod weo emw tic lo.
stalor o a titchair man c e ns on hals om ade o u d d elln h th o pin.



BOWioteatent leitiew c Setc, a I an w adkes goas seretary of ag culture, to I rsa r ande p appt govenrU
The PMail Boxis hmeap an thetr9 64e0 ahc ofnam Aast- he caetoeJ tstle Bbirth ntrolfws11
k. lLe" are aivad gratefully eand are ,idlt wholly a A fl- It's apparent that the iGOP must that he son eorth Real fact i rs t in n M .
Ancon, Cmaw.Count uam aresiaent se wr use nwe rno for shal-



*i "ers"'io appeas t e culture u 0Dep arotmentd byuocyi ng . ByIND T l C mbT Cr
if yw"o septbt, afta letter don't be Ima Lt It t't app..' the personal appearance and contacts
t l ad I the order w a. mor A or wnat ve goowa happened was s t the et n. ng to "es ta a'
iPluTs Ty t keep i letter limited to em a r.,len. Aot can Ueveop. te or Department's reca np
Identityof ete rites te iss ma- art ed whenIke'sto Secre-bureauSdeedede it no longer e ble statetreasurer who'








ACeOS S s as WN"'SMH b se sa e o so as soe r- "e Jet a of Cr as pinish isr oo ev iuaaepr Jan smited
this Wat ab ,oe il sto Xe ratin g u we ronus tt na ate conven a Lockheed Lodesta and put i t he u atl Jolnis
e a al eat soon oe dic welra r untbor leader, Perhaps the- up not ge.yfor sale through the General a second Democratic sen.
S1 t o Lionr r o t e wines ee way i n aoServices Adminietrat nw which ha- ator ear sttwuld diminie ahis on polp l





or id ts a p ny hourso the zh mcu e uawe i eeaeon .u .d ies government surplus. v tica thte Prand erha to
OW. Bow, wow o heauers l ere wuo te1at tias ias was Agr culture Department tr ba oim I 1u
-s*.heo- rs n a patronizing atb empt t use r oll y. I bnch aske D rnot m for haul
Y I+Ancon, C.Z. Wuoo glasie as a cove Aorw .e raru d, but to carry -e EN te aRe e
dli Ssus. ,nU o serious issues. There rest Service paratrooper s v a rri
1P anwasiruie d resenEtuseaisa Iou peithave to Jump from pl e s put en pno orem ul d that Sea o
8t:, m ae c A mentur ,ee aopau uu t ars. out fs t fires. To nave purchs astor ifla era ns- wt eto the-
eIt is sad t estate that after a year's residence In Ancon It is dse Aaoo, secretary tveon the The ue
Lom the t aotundesirable section of the Canal Zone in couve iou ooro it a iad ite atittee wa to e






tolera.ey a ea onu as eaoed reast the plover ontm t kaoundes aW ,- lta on feeahoturt.
gch to lie. gates. 'Ais ernuarrasaed such ia- 600. But














de2lve seegates To glas a unta ae snot eac ot0er wit 2 ad Grees do fantast bsiness he e esarotary o vns tee prpene. o..
Inconaiderate people. with unrestrained, crying babies, bark- rre auwers ajev e. annu ,e p W planeIs nto a "smoke-jump- t ea of et e rdm stedve
.nx dogs, ad radios which can be heard many houses away make saorso on icar !l arryi unue- n the a' na asitk the d as rUcA thi mrne
i 4t wr ealato 2 Abroa n k4 eAie Reub s can uamteb, ro are A- a t StONG Ue t e him and thas had aides bu
Now, to a& to'he confusion, the Balboa Police Department bre aiiu u vi, t'esment g~isen- award l o o mng a topcre
hA assi1ed h 2polomGt o cancer t 48l Ate re e -.. e e n adM. '.N General Axoembly.sesion teo e P M narth staeientbY
Shours io ti it with the result that barking dogse eepe theo Wen George Meaoy introduced t o haa eeh se e












s, daby's dai _'s Heavyord eaga en u wams ans wea Asnoune Ronr Klinhltner topics the m an bngthreeverars on rit) are so bt d warmll sut eran d he qidt. mothe ion4 .Th U nied States wils lbe laotL s ea cu r n
.. ..iBil,,, M~tk | r, e> n + T r r o iet J hours of the night. Mtue, iL aol..iao mo--l e k a 3
a' M uch f6 e fault lies with the owpoers of the dogs, of course,# i wie'i W v tie a W uo nT e s r sm ip d ni He never wl as the semadmissio sARae hd r am
rthey shoulddbe able to restrain them in some manner. LaCi unet. o mag oul-Hen todmemberp. isid O he dcs ribad with a nmehnn
Nevertheless It appears rather stupid for the poli e'depart- i wen aC Li c ai se delivered a hI Among theno eshsra e plosives are: Crar in anin rmy Court
mcnt to haves patrol which constantly warns any prowlers of speeca w a virtually cuaegeu Aon mois a roesl Joh n Adams. McCarth w.







urarwhobu y en aU e ansbor ostedg wh arka 7e i,,seC whn k aruPl wite ork.e lea nde 1. An i ndia motion to protest able td pull these memos btof his
heir whereabouts by means of the dogs who bark at the. tae A L w a runin u m a t or ue the use of the Pacific Islands as fies an az manner at a
M - ens a u s ve can e nsen Hea ,bomb testing ground. The at r Te an H I







Solcial Pt ot h m Sleeplesst | Acnniee Ati t e e l shi aru convention i Winter ooseto rean a n my ro rt or o in Te oods t ha a pisinmelaheseaih
-uat tne aum-nystratlono woumn o stIeandians say that nnse these i T mib ttee was never able to make a
woau ., and&u movement, ou swas lands including Eniwetok and Bik test of the typed es to see








SAnswer to Previous Puzzle acting i wsnoula &n inopedit coN oahd ee ohe a en t e s bes t ee a he nt efr t
,4s ALdl OO 1ce i,,an, s"eOpem pni, are trste Aerritoriesofthe U. whether theyw wreen aaey trans.
2) couPu g M iabdr suop po r t,,k, etc.,W ide-OpeSapa sce mennotbee usdati ,theytreo wcab M carhsitc
Baby Talk- Mtcneu wuc have oeen rspect- niootbe used tdrthe Mn-tess which were or a. spur-the-moment








u budWlao osle o o w nm----l ol recep2. A Greekr motnon- torprote pre vtaoh.








of prei 4Tea. secretary s swt eodte Isno I a m w eshey we e slite wistders, teTrtougt..ut E uied
-'"r .... .delegates of aias and u aor rear aB d BOBeRUARKdid ipofCyprus.e- ron h aprs t drw p ae o
aSvl~s umebuildup of Cyprus, air h umes of evidence and submitted
ACROfS DOWN?4eL&, jub bx weeKs ore oleo land-adjacent to Greece, as
I What bab I Stable on, was acaruinai pouticali atd- to0ea Br itish naval kbase.nitotc to the Watkins comrnttee
wan at meals 2 NotIon mt a-r.orh tsethen anAll a se through rknt-r Flanders, at-.
4 baby 3 Baby baskets ie Republican labor leaders Perhaps they do not e I can tell Bob Kntner right now and immediate that one day it'll ls weeko the British work-
Shere ra r cer. lesday gt give wards to the presidents ofthat t wll succeed wildln y. The be a book. The odd thing was ed backtge trying tolne search sti re a top secret
.moion.Thednit abe S willo n. evcr
8 ukaby'l st65Heavy oard newsmentr tat, AUctlell a U o u u U IRobert Kintner of the American been perverted in recent years by warmly than the kids. inion. The United States will ab-
1 ag Tur7Wgher ie mnave swonu ia ic Ben broadcasting Co. deserves a solid abnormal bloodand-th under in the I a t so remember I once asked stain from vt ing because it in JELY
e 7 Wager gold something for hiring t he comics and on the radio and TV, the on of a friend of mine what evolves the rights of small nations The internal Revenue Service
1 name nt The day after his speech, Mitch-services of Walt Disney for this and the perversion is not necoes- he played--what games, cowboys against the strategic e
















( ^^ ^ ^uc- worxrs*i sat urea hof spiestograhe ada work, scor al I fouleremrafrepowers.ma e cn the mother hTd, hs m o m hs heen hAingse i terrieetom e
13 Whebby 9 Dpise 28 Russian city 42 Famousel wen oil a t. ..ct is autumn's n'TV program. If nobody sary. and Indians, orm twhhat ae a-e other hand, i a i to go e
stay t 10Persanprince 29 Essential Irish TarieoL we iAlanGl torlaula' de- else is grateful, the parents of our "We play the radio/, "he said many Latin-American friends as
14 Baby'tbett 'llAgietment being playwright, Iebipeu in twae ,.ui.-siuauw ctuy rising crop of potential -yo u n g There is, for instance, more in- with simple dignity. He never well as the semi-hostile Arab bloc e
friend 17 Coffure 31 Peruvan G.B. tas warner. 'int miLmtr nave gone thugs should send him a blessing. teres in animals and nature to- heard of Paul Bunyon, John Hen- and the Sovietbloc hillside with
15 L matters 1R.an anma 43 Comotio we e ar seeary uu In an era went is considered day than I remember. The zoos ry, Boone, Carson, Lewis andtheGreeks and the British mayubectfirstcame when
llstl -r ts 33Oil 44 Hebrw pe r m a t t e U is mn meougraple s port to kick people to death and- are packed and the animal mo Clark, Livingtone-none of ma fal in a vote which all of Europea taxexenion featu-







I Uswe 22 I o anm- repery eeoena. pcnevere beards 0ofwilnon on and jh tdona now d in tm he Iagsin il \ \ g T
SBloo eeneo get, o n ret reeinto nanus l lsnoot each other with zIpguns anid vies do fantastic business. Di s early, heroes. He to andhe i







ne oo many popre. Teleabor ces murder each other with hotds ney's things like Beaver Palley ErnestTh
252Aroma, 4i3 r4Eelans woo saw se a the crysw6tal caan- and take dope for fun, Mr. Disney and SeaL land andtheupo fascinating Three itte Savages NATOR COMPLAIN t as
1 le y 2utorth 4Ance 48Act cuers. ay ei they ad oen and Mr Kintner propose to re-g African miracle woug b or "Rf In he Woods." Sen. Alexander e, loquacious pin mlar
chare. S 27 Opposing Iranians So Golf tMound mane ioois uf. And le, me repeat focus the young-and adult-mind Al Millotte (who has been work- Brag or not, I kept his fascia-- sen.oAlenandrf iscis









again a ate as o Othe ,no eu tlondslig tlyealth er topics than ing threeyeards .n Tee. 6dd alls er at th e
S.V D R Y U, an is l Wa t e walsy J 5as murder, spae cade, psadism an terly fascinating that o the- diller entarel. s burned up at the new This letter, as Is ustom
,eenu.flm~a le ~ JLWakia M-c.e aed *smut pnd "f=4 sense ot high adventu He am meetble to keep a he'almq lost qei s a p 1 te'rbeoi
Seg s VnapUbuLstoi give itent hl ahe A o rudeneak. which use no humans ae. yaold girl -u ng fom Ho ae.C m to Inn cteara b
D 0Stas sa*n couple of hoursV hwith animal s- one reler fo. 5 mnu "I91 oT r
aofR Ii e labor secretary's schedule Disney's stuff II s cut into four In a small way, I have experi- ries told in terms. of myethology... thmbexect- laste -ie Trei hdoscurriedfheo
ha sentences in i sucu as: r. parts, Land of Tomorrow, Frmon- mented with creating a diversion- There are ce rtainhe Nalthy bood- claimed he was badly 'msn to e T re o e r
Crthea i totai owitaworkers iemland, True Life Adenture and ary interest for kids,'in a monthly and-thunders of the ild west and represented In the papers whencv danw ing the
-tb' along taeway, atsKi tuem questions Fantayband. Land of Tomorrow series for the magazine e Field and for.ie ath h tue. tha .d 0they. aid he said Co~ou ual a e y
/auuste L str M r problems. deals w th rientifc fact, which is Stream. It has been running for bro a desr to whip a girl to nt .... be cleda to ahg e xm t r
owdIrhsmh cs actually more thrilling than scien- two pears, nearly. Iutstarted out a deatr for laughs. The charm and because of the McCarthy issue.
nirthe art to interest information in the other ,itu f f What Alex said he said was that
Of nI ti ecr "At 11:20 he will start for theutnric fiction. Fronterland consists an attempton mypart vlsnrt b o ttmaoer. rare ie;
company oateria watn one man- of stories about our legendary kids in adults and vice-rsa, by o.ugh.tt make i a rare diet on I wou la ers t
R ageen, anu ohne union represen- heroes--Daln'l Boone, t Carson, not writing either up or down to which to r ise a kid for when aseionof q .g estonto
40 Prayer -in -.. tative. 11:6 (tie wil) stanu in toe Davey Crockett and the like. either category. We 'med it "T "Dian does it, it w @be.donecalle now because the qu n ofan
,., caletera wata tme company s pro-n True Life Adventure deals with Old Man and The Boy" anditet coniletm comnpe i a mm Dni aund to co ne upoan
uuco workers. n a t u r photography and expe-had all I could remember a ffec-and imagination. is Is my ow ight have serious international
he see b ditrons in all lands, and Fantasy tionately of my relationship asathank-you note to Kintner -a nd consequences. The Foreign Rea-
'Turned (He will)eat lunch with seve land, o course, s The tamp withn Wo gra tCand I hope the n a t n's t ons Committee came within one
dor negdt ruu"abe otworiers bd of Master Donald Duck and father. It dealt with everything thanks is reflected in wh ateverte o o igt ad aSnte
wltta one management representa- package cost 20 million skins and weather to a rainy day in August, most. Which, I Iine,isnon- anta e now might be disas
NDa oneu reprLsentatove willlashetayears. a ndbhere trobe is m y. o dII told those men," Wile)y bet&
,Lanive auoneeaonn.repreventatvewin.flast-for years. and its reception waim hearty,ey. lowed, as be got up from his chai
adeuOtherwiseorme ..ant.. and started p8oingthe floor..
"M .-UC YeM"The secretary will talk most H c"They were sitting right thereis
S Fnshonof ntae tanme. ..t.. o:m: A rrive at IH and ag~ sdhe pointed "and I told them that
na ha ne springs to waten a Lril- it had noticing to do with MeCAr-
T'alk with we crew, etc., etc." ThealdrsbahkVobring
TillsIstrategy as orignally de- ByPeter grso there is bac nd f to beo lmeon
visen to give itenell a chance to so teisonD ti
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COICE OF FOUR STRIKINGLY T handbags can be put across the the world would men give t rZi'
Effect on clyfuationti going o be wives and best girls for Christ-
Q' O"t;%INAL PATTERNS. tt BM L B W ^rs. Luce has had many of her positively revoluti ary. It will be mas. brthfyaniveraries or
2 J% suits with pockets. They more sensational than authingon iretur businesrti *
tS gm.BOS o*a not mt t t I e decoratveI the Communists have up s .oirsM? Men should
. ce settin I patches small to hold a dime, I for hanging the wi.v *m6 over cart iy ad at o a.
2 1| or jus S t;-r big enough to catch, ven be more sesational than a- rsht .
one cornerof ailace hanky. They nytsing Dior hasV tog M rs. Lot thev etsiauld a bratty.
Sa. e fll s Me pockets that would Muiuns-omilliona s -t-e-. M' La. ever gets amund to di
mak er great-g r a n mother make it a billion sad beginM Again. htg ayt bu 6t this muotn
rees with envy. A billion women, now slaves to the wurd will dm a m onnment
t's more Mrs. Luce says she the relentless rctatohbip A fth-, to her i Italaa a higer
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...6 --oxing, cham, -received-a tele-
gram from national Boxing As-
sociation Commissioner A. J.
Greene saying, "from the box-
SIng world a salute to a brave Mrs. D. J. Daly
guy who could have been a
champion in the ring and has Vicente Lotorraca
been one out of it and to his fair
maid who now takes her place
as his principal second. Shake Marta de nchez
bandsand come out loving...,
The wedding climaxed a court-
ship which had its ups and
downs. At one point Ruth'sA
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Wilons. Deen Se DeparfmenS fouth Benders Show Faith N
ene IarTmen Studebaker-Packard Corp. ,
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IA c e 'O f toth
.' i 1^ a' ,I ,I BEND. Bad., Se",t. 27 The two-hour pgam Includ- day op~e~mSO .at.2 The two- e om ein s pday m
8"I 1' qk" L[ C J ^^ -1' I U i' I I TE'l^ J I M (UP) More nth 1, 0 per- ed entertainment 15y comedians p-m.
c u F 9so turned out yterd in a Bob Hope and Jerry Colona and
_..___________.____________- unique expression of faith In Hollywood actresses Terry Moore
this city's biggest Industry, and Gloria DeHaven. |
*S "_ 8 tudebaker-Packard Corp., which The public also got its first F
WASHINTON. Sept. 27 W(UP) illondollarby giving the en- Fing a to fight In the look at Studebaker's 1955 models
Seh ryJckn(D1- tire order to G h hly compe Ve automobile whichwent Into production two
Wash.) said yesterday the De- Jacksea, whpsaid he was id. weeks ago
fnder Secre- ,i.his inf.rmationeto St thbepRoas
H a S ork Company employs as well as Officials expressed confidence --
Chi Wion hl i e : .. Hay e Storybook Rom dance workers of other firms joined the merger of the two firms
n to drive In dent auto- General teir BOW holds S,- small merchants and their wives would permit them to recapture
makers out of buslnesl by con- 90,Me,M n ln military7 ord0 s e to pack the Notre Dame Univer- a large share of the sales they
centrating orders In General tcemire w Hith t5,Ao. L e sity football stadium. had lost as independents to the
Motors. for e natos other auto- ARLTON, Minn., Sept. forDuluth to begin an expense They came to hear speeches by giant firms stch as General Mo-
Jackson, a member of the Ben- makers combined. (UP) A blind Korean war vet- paid air trip to Chicago for a company officers and civic lead tors and Ford. -
ate Armed Services Committee. He said the increase In GM eran and his pretty fiancee, also "see all the sights" In Chicago. era, to listen to band music, and Joining the two firms will per-
said figures given him by the de- contracts contrasted with the sightless, were married here to- week's honeymoon. to watch an entertainment pro- mit dealers to carry the products
apartment show defense contracts last 30 months of thd previous day after a storybook romance Joyce said- they planned to gram of top-flight talent. But of both lines without competing
-held by GM increased by a net Democratic administration when that began on a blind date. The couple met In April, 1953, they also came to let the com- against themselves since Stude-
$1,700000,000 in the first 18 GM received about $5,300,000,000 A crowd of 300 persons packed when Thornton was home on a know they are solidly be baker is in the low price field
months of the lsehower ad- in etnew contracts while oth- the little St. Francis of Assis leave from the Hies, Ill, Vet- in ts battle or survival while Packard caters to the "up-
ministration. er automakers received 6 billion. catholic church and lined the erans Hospital near Chicago. Officially, the rally was held per middle to higher" bracket
During thi same period, he "I strongly believe that this steps outside to hear the 15- They plan to visit Thornton's to welcome officers headed by of customers. /
said, the net defense contracts Wilson policy has the gravest minute televised ceremony join- friend at the hospital during James C. Nance as president- Actually, the big "plant party" t
of all other automakes de- Implications not only for the ftg John Thornton, 25, and their honeymoon trip. elect-of the corporation created was the second time this city's
lined 395 ml ion dollars. health of our economy but for 'oyce Campbell, 21. But John remembered his by the merger of Studebaker workers have shown faith in
Jackso called this "startling the safety and effectiveness of blinded an bride from a time prior to their with Packard. the Studebaker organization
reversal" of previous Democratic our defense production facilities bri blinded by an first date. In 1952, he had seen The merger was engineered as which started a century ago as
poliy and said It has "gravest as well," Jackson asserted. snowball when s hewas 13, was her picture in a photgra 's a result of sales losses the two a carriage factory. In some fam-
Ipcattons" from a defense He said the auto industry, for- escorted to the chrysanthem window with a card iden og firms said they could not absorb illes three generations have
standpoint. merly highly competitive, now banked altar by her father, W- her as the second place winner Indefinitely. worked for the firm.
Aidesto Wilson, who formerly "is in danger of being dominat- liam J. Campbell. The vows were in a national beauty contest for As it turned out, the celebra- In August. the 11,000 Stude-
headed General Motors, declined ed by one or two companies." Head by the r Alost. Bernard R sightless girls. tion was regarded as an expres- baker workers agreed to take in-
official comment pending study said the precarious condition of Tn' t Mon of aommis At the time, the thought sion by the community and its centive and piece work pay cuts
of Jackson's statement. But oth- the Independents already has int p tooo aCommurie's crossed bhis Mnind that it was residents of faith In the new ranging from 10 to 15 per bent
r Defense Department sources forced three mergers, reducing y has hand grenade, took his bride's too bad she is blind." When he firm's ability to pull out of the to let the company gain a better
denied M has received favored the total of automakers to reducing arm and the two walked unat- next returned to his home in slump. competitive position.
treatment. ed favored the total of autoaer to ix. tended the length of the aisle. nearby Mahtowa. He, too, was "We're sort of showing the The firm at that time had op-
One of these said General Mo- While the Independentsex Half ay up Joyce blind. faith we have in ourselves," said rated only part-time since Jan-
tors inevitably will get a large perenced sharply r e d u ced paused, turned to her new hus- The couple had dated six one workman of the former uary. It now operates one shift
share of defense orders because profits,-mass layoffs, pay cuts band with a smile and said. months before Thornton realized Studebaker plant, five days a week but Hoffman
t is one of the nation's biggest and short hours, General Mo- Smile, honey, It cant be that Joyce was the girl n the store Nance was making his first said production will be stepped
and most efficient producers. tors the past two years has bad."tte window picture. visit here since stockholders ap- up soon to two shifts a day.
But he said smaller irms are a- enjoyed "record hlh profits Outside, a battery o amateur He was awarded the Distin- proved the merger. He and Vance said Friday at
vored whenever possible, even and comparatively edy em- and professional photographer hed Service Cross for his ac- Other speakers were Air Secre- Chicago the firm has enough
though it sometimes cosL. more. ployment," Jackson said. waited to snap pictures of the on refusing to abandon a tary Harold E. Talbot, Studebak- business on hand to maintain
As an example, he said, the He said Studebaker, American bridewho wore a white walt M. e gun pot wble serving er President H. S. Vance, and current operations until New
Army split a truck contract be- Motors (the new Nash-Hudson nth wn of rosepoint laceas squad ader i Korea. Paul G. Hoffman, Studebaker Year's with 15,000 cars and
tween GM and Reo last year al- combine) and Packard all were and tulle over satin. The room When a Red grenade landed board chairman; trucks scheduled in November.
though it would have saved 10 in the red according to their lastwore a white dinner Jacket and near him, he icked it and Mayor John Scott spoke on The company, Hoffman said, is
semi-annual earnings figures. black tie. attempted to throw. It back. But behalf of the city. aiming for 25,000 to 30,000 units.
e GM earnings, In thefirst halfof The couple then was whiskedthe grenade exploded and the city. aiming fo 25000 to 30000 units
1954, rose 36 per cqnt over the off to the labor temple at Clo- blast destroyed Thornton's eye-
Scout N ewS same period last year, while quet, about five miles from here, sight.
Girl Sout Counl earnings of Chr ler Co rp. drop- to be greeted by 500 reception Besides their expense paid Legless Ar less Ve W eds
Of Dis No. 1 Couned 64 per cent, according to guests. They were then to leave honeymoon, the Thorntons can
Meeting at Margarita Jackson. look forward to a net, com- 'Girl O f His Life
District No. 1 of the Girl Scout Jackson said this situation ministration came to Washing- pletely-furnished home, thanks Pref
Council will hold their first has been credited by leading ton on a pledge to stimulate the to contributions of the people in y
meeting of the season at Mar- auto producers to competition, free competitive enterprise sys- the area.
garita Clubhouse on Friday at But he said the Defense Depart- tem. The company where' John o -
9 a.m. ment figures indicate "that the "Yet free competitive enter- worked before going in serviceHA m
Mrs. Berenice Conner, scout Eisenhower administration, and prise is just what it is destroy- has trained him In operation of HAWTHORNE, N. ., Sept. 27 mother called up local newpa-
director, will be present to help in particular the Department of Ing through this apparently in- a machine that can be operated (UP) A 23-year-old veteran and acnouced he wcoupled-
the district organize their new Defense, has itself greatly con- tentional policy which has had by the sound of horns. who losee t bo th hKoands and both wa cancelled. Tov he couple
proram and plan prospective tribute to 'monopolistic' condi- the effect of increasing the pow- Free milk, egg, fuel and dry feetin the Korean war walked ha-litd ave while their house where tin
Iraling courses. Leaders have tions in the auto industry and er and position of the major cleaning for a year also has been proudly out of a candle-lit live while the r house was being
asked that adult members, in to the plight of the independent producers while literally driving promised the couple, along with hurch y yesterday with his pre Rut h said everything has been
particular, attend this planning producers." the independent producers to free transportation for as long as his bride. Ruth said everything ha been
session. p j He noted that the current ad- the wall," he said. as they live In Cloquet A crowd of some 500 townmen "fne" since that quarrel was
s nand neighbors crowded tiny patched up.
Fairness the marriage of Clarence Mosely lost his hands and feet
(Red) Mosely and 22-year-old after he was forced to parachute
Ruth Shaw. from his B-26 bomber and re-
Mosely, who had betrayed main in freezing temperatures
signs of nervousness, showed without medical attention. In TI
G E T R E A D Y that he could be steel-nerved civilian life he is a salesman for
when the chips were down. When a soft drink concern.
FO R ('O A TT \the tinte came to slip the ring m
"eFOR GRAND U, aon his bride's finger, he executed 5th Reg. Combat R
the maneuver skillully.
Shoo he p the old band TeailsFor
from the Rev. John 8. Moore
g and placed it on the third finger Taegu Today
S%;*I I L M left hand of the girl he almost
lost in a lover's quarrel. TAEGU, Korea, Sept. 27 (UP) WE W
TThe marriage was celebrated -The U.S. 5th Regiment Comn-
Staring September 30 Thru October among Mosely's townsmen, who bat Team, reduced to cadre
put Red on his feet with a $10,- strength of about 750 men, will
000 cash gift some 20 months a- sail from Pusan today for Ft.
PHILCO PRODUCTS: Refrigerators, Freezers, Radios, Consoles, Table Radios & Auto radios, AIR CONDI- go when he came home from the Lewis, Wash., the Army an-
TTIONERS, Electric Stoves, HARDWICK Gas stoves, MAYTAG Washing Machines &- Electric DRYERS, war a quadru le amputee. nounced today.
YOUNOSTOWN Kitchens, REVERE Tape Recorders, HERMES Typewriters, HERCULES Bicycles, LEGITIMATE find room in the churchcrowd the Army, isone o thde units be
FORD PARTS, and other cars, MECHANICS Tools, SHERWIN WILLIAMS Automobile Paints & Thinner, etc. ed around the church during the ing withdrawn in the mass re-
simple ceremony, deployment of U.S. Air and
MOST ALARMING BARGAINS EVER. Ruth, the "girl of his life" ground forces from Korea. Dur-
whom Red met at a party eight ing the Korean War it was at-
DON'T MAKE ANY PURCHASES until you've seen TESE E AWAY PRICES at months ago, was dressed in a tached at one time or another to
DON'T MAKE ANY PUR ASES until you've seen THESE E AWAY PRIES at wedding gown of white satin and every American division that saw
lace. She wore an abbreviated action.
veil.
Mosely stood at the altar as'
his fiancee walked down the aisle
on the arm of her father, John
M. Shaw, He showed little of
the nervousness which had caus-
ed him to remark earlier, "my
stomach feels as tight as a ban-
Jo string."
After he put the ring on her
finger, the minister pronounced
Fco. de a Ossa Avenue-AUTOMOBILE ROW. them man and wife. Mosely lift-
ed the veil and gave his wife a
There were tears in the eyes
of many onlookers as Mosely of-
fered his wife his arm and
walked with only a slightly limp
up the aisle and out ,of church.
ed by well-wishers and photog-
raphers. "Mosely, who doesn't
fliction, told newsmen with LOVELY SOLID GOLD

losing my bachelorhood. I'm BIRTHSTONE RINGS
He looked it.
The couple drove off in a hired Priced from $9.95
limousine for a wedding recep-
they will drive to Florida in
Mosely's specially equipped au-
tomobile. His bride, whom he
taught to drive, will relieve him
atAmong other congratulatory T his 1 eek 's
messages, Mosely, a former local


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4l0ll'f new piMilles are occupy- to character parts. I'd ratlier not
.igj some of the Broadwayites, have to make the change, when-
-" WIr shows ywr-that even life ever it eomes, to old characters."
along the main stem can get bor- So O'Kefe is learning the fine
ing at times. art of Pli erection. He's just'
it turns out to be good clean back f ropep, were h di-
fun to spin some 45 RPM records reacted himself in two films.
,3and one-thia PMH Particu-, "I like directing," he said "but
Oin.nny 5 4*e new Columbia I'll never "gaii direct and star
Aof Sof "Sibt ," with Rose- in the saRA picture. Either one or
Mary and Betty Clooney. Slowed the other-yopr direction or your
4own to long-playing speed, this acting-is bound to suffer."
sounds like a couple of bass-bari- As another dike against en-
tones on an off dar. With frogs 'croaching age, O'Keefe Is trying
in their throats. Bull frogs. to work up a television package.'
Another happy sport putting He has what he considers a good.,
new Words to aHey, There," par- salable idea, and he's busily en-
tones on an ay With frogs i gaged in selling it. But It's tegbh.
"Hey, there, y. alth your nose "How do hey do i?" he asik.
in the air." The possiblities for "How do people who sell TV pack-
take-off are inflni&e. Try it your- ages so successfully manage it?
self, but keep it clean. Why, you go into some of their
-- backgrounds and learn what their
Katherine Hepburn about set to -history is-and they don't know
ret te *jt r ule in "The Phila-1 from Tuesday. Most of them used
d o one of the CBS- to run errands in an advertising
adway" shows. agency, that s ell. They do n't
Mnework fol. know from Tuesday."
lowed bar a found It all sum- O'Keefe shouldn't have too much
aer, and tian th deal is about trouble. He knows from the whole
dealt.* WEEK.


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proximity of the stove, a pigeon, who was reared am a down.


.- . covered youngster by a Hastings, Engian, INpUMW*9, 40011I
Walter Mesak, coming to Broad- State, county and local fairs watch over her eggs. The nest Is a result of the o6Mbld eIffotta
ay so in "Fanny," It one of have become big business to en- of the hoewife aad the bird. A
theos men who can write back- tertainers. In the old days, a fair ___ __ ...
w d4 and upside dowa. There is would perhaps have a couple ofil
Apb rticular advantage in this- igglers and a trained dog acet,!i | | Visits Co. RB Disastroue
ecept o16r communicating with ut nowadays the bigger ones get.J' I VISITS Il II DC 5Str0US
baskwa'd children but it is a stop tars. I
great party stunt. Retlaw Kazels I Te New Jersey State Fair, n
ai ht efil to eht trap. (Two can Trenton coming soon, will have a DeLAND, Fla.-(UP) If you A few minutes later Bertha Car.
play at thioat plan on show bill featuring Johnny Ray have relatives in jail, it might be.Jter dropped by to visit her bus-
l.o i .. "- and P M4 Spitalny with his all-girl wiser to write trem than to visit band. She was arrested on a
Denas O'Kee, looking tall and orchestra. (Remember Ted them. Charge of driving without I i-V
virile, leaned back .n nis chair BrowaW* crack, calling Frank Fred Alderman came to the jail cene.
apd said, 'I'm starting to prepare ChaBcIkeld's orchestra, wh I c h'here recently to visit his parents Both Aldermaa +nd Mrs. Car-.
for my old age." I played the seagiull-filled "Ebb- and sister, who had been arrested ter declined tht opp4orituity to
,- '-- --,Tide," l he "all-gull orchestra"?) on lo t t e ry charges. Alderman stay and keep their relatives corn-
DU TWAD T ops Y (Garry AndiAllU starring Ray and Spital- promptly was arrested for drunk- pany. They paid bonds and de-
r Show, (BS-TV): He'a i ny is fair enough. enness. parted.
ms -t es i black olive in
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He bhas long way to go, but,
a$ the old Chinese r6verb has it,
n~ nce o j0evention is wortn
A'(g t ot o U tle relief checks.
So O' ogOe is currently giving
3quch tousht, ap some action,
to this prola. .-'.. I I
,""l could go-o as an actor in
h laid. pro~~~~u go on
toB I die. But" see sie of
these old, old actors and It's a lot
f weyk for them.
my ti U-i've had to make |
-As an actor-from
,juvenleleadsto0 adult parts. And
SI'm mak$p another-1om adult

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t!f Tilkiyi been accepted that ap-
t I n wo't grw lorida, be.
cause of thj and the soil.
In spite qfsl at least two
men in aa are eating ap-
ples from the. own trees this sum-
per. "n
Joe Zimmerman of Fernandina
Beach and G. A. Peeler of Jack-
sonville appueptly arrived at the
same apple-growing technique in-
Sdependently., B th grafted apple
* tm branch' / wild haw trees,
and both came up with creditable

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rum -e thie East was
Us tad the u i tJ"
datales. T'lie na
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en .ata se it pittfy hM -*r- letters and. s of wi
V e fo l n r. Col. a 'Mrs. WeMem M. ft. ioort At f ee of each
ttI, iCM Petit is deputy eemmaaie of the aheeL Latie station ga and cut outs of
z m0ie was Mles by ha bnd from Panama. Air Yree effl- the statun's emblem were used.
erfts enmeO t with hsekehpl. were guests with their lies. Mill Nellie Holgersao, 'P.W.A.
-- Installed her sister while another
S-- Si. ster Paula, assorted Joan to
e. md rsL.41s vedra Center. The Junior Guild wll the altar for her installaet onm
Eup 'vb. _" present a ihort pla. pledgee and' to her station as
IP. aJ, orge Saavedra Members of the club will to at- orhy Advisor. At this time,
e .raimm satt,_ yelnnt with tend a Wness meeting which Nellie sang My Rtlhobw" while
a dinner at the WWI0- Club bhon will be h proceeding the tea at her effiler presented Jose with
Orft Mr. a dW. Gregoao 0- three-thItf. about of gladioli from whih
brPgo of *Qv'wjo headed the ---l. fe rainbow colored satinribbt
inau l I I ,' to launch Mrs. TrapUo ,eturs Istreamers.
A I' i_ ,ervcbween Mrs. Htjd Trapido returned ,
and PAnaMa C,y mr. to her ella Vista home .Satur- The other officers installed with
S.vedra s th.e Panama spre- day evening after a short trip to Mis Holgerson were:. Worthy As
sentatve of the line headed. by Guatemala. sociate Advisor.. June Rowley;
Mr. Obregon. L ---- Charity-Pamela Hawthorn e;
r~. ,, t,.ridle NidS a$ Hope Diane Scheidegg; Faith -
Mr. H.ernad ead. .,AtlanUtc and Pacific Side bridge Carol Newhard; Chaplain Louise
AM=s=sa a Gabrellgru welcome new players Edmonso ill Leader a Alles
Herailes was honored ast eve weekly tournament le Cd Chambers Love- P o r-
niag t a dinner given by his each Monday evening. groups so; Religi- Patriclea .
brother and sister in law, r. meet at Margarita Sqfeice center Nature Janice Roscoe uImmor-
and Mrs. Luis M. Hernandez, at at 7:30 p.m. and atthe Ti v ol tality Sarah Barfield; fidelity -
their Golf #eights bhoe. Guest House, Ancon, at 1 p.m. Donna Humphrey Patriotis n-
S-- Shirley Keepers; Service- dith-
Wedding A ieaov MI c -t -e-i Sa. r&a S ckho Confidential Observ-
Ti 6ta11b.t Pe. -"- ""j :o.r Rac hel ladel; Outer Obserx-
pa- in.-a A l .nsita b(eNi s) enda o of, Lund-y-Geyer Musican -
n aW. k An'BS_.oseDfi* Bella Vista. who has been spend- ace .and Choir ,Diner
an& a rnes. VFranca Ro. ing the summer in Boquete, ,re- tor. Sanr Hughes
setrMbtandre were hosts Frday turned to the capital city yester- Flowers and a t of appreca.
evening Ut a weddigaanniversaryiday. t, from her cers were pre.
diner ..d .,, -- sented.Karen by these who ervy-
Arli Leak Lane MrdMrs.a a d with her during her term as
.a ne-Man _11ow Campo Aegre entertained Thurs- Worthy Advisor. The prventatiofl
At JAwS Gallery day evening with a dinner honor made in a cleverly'o array i-
SCooperatiluon with the Canaling Mrs. Jose Rogello Arias, Jr., cerem n', withnd escorteaid 'of a tre-
Zore.Ari League, a new exhibit. who is leaving for Caracas. su pad .esorted t he
tirn by Lea Lane opened. yaterI [Marshal, It led her to- "One very
day at re J-WB Gallery, at thhe Caih.ns Eatertain dear to you" Karen's fther,r.
USO-JW Armed Forces Service Foa Daughters C. u'nd, who had th e tre
Center on La Boca Road. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Calhourn pkWo^t Advisor^d 's jed i
Thba, .artistwho es s.in Neg of Bella Vista entertained on Sun- ift from the Assembly. -
Critobal, -U ve-her ,,rainin .. ._.at. .the Union Club with ..... rt presnte, her slter with
the -lvs.f tah aidalsoa a gavel of native wood to be.us-
studied wth te portrait painter, daughters, atricia and utia. ed during er tern of office It
Cristlan von Scihnedue of Califor- was the gavel she had used when
U a, ell' as with other pri- Lions Enjoy Dance at Gelf Club she was Worthy Advisor of the
vate teachers. Members of the Panama Lions .Assembl y vin
,'ie Lane, who has taught Club and their ladies enjoyed a bly n 10.
arn in the Junior Hi SchoIl iR dance Saturday evening at the Service bars earned during the
: Utah, and conduct- Panama Golf Club. t term were p tedby Mr.
ed pivate clsaes for high. school .- ,ate"E. Fai, 'S ,.mam the
stu t in Cristohbal, h bas t q For PePru A ttevso yBor.T e heo
ed at the Tuesday Aftternoob.4-lub Adolfo Arias, Jr., has left Advisory Board. Those who b a
andt oppy Lane -i L Apse- for Lima, Peru, to join his uto ohe wiPf otof Gold" were:
lee. Otber showings .-'m-holdiat who is visiting friends and 'da-?earnedKtheir "Pot of Gold" wsre:
Couitmtn and41ierslde Calii tives. Kathy Hamilton, Sarah arfield,
noa.th tZone ll t tivs ___Edithann ckho and Donrna
has l works at Aders Off For Vacation Speci guests during the eve
Hotew at the annual Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adler ning seated in the ast were:
art eeby the Canal of Campo Alegre left today for a Mrs.l Iah K Dugan, Suptr eme
Zonet the Hotel TWitwo-month vacation that wil in- lspctor For the Order of the
voli GIlery. elade a visit to New York City Rainbow for Girls on the Ctanale
rA.en t ottp s a frnersa o r ontHarld Canal
sho-Gesto with a bioer l
LAi $1 a .; '----. 2, Order te& .
sho -Goawery are: '" which s ono t e m bl
*'Si .e Sunshi'," "Down to thdraek From Boquete Mrs Spencer S. Smith, Worthy
Sea,- 0Ealtc :Wt St. Mary's," Mrs. Honorine Janson has re- Matron of Coral Crapter, No. 3.
Indian, Burial Ground," 'King turned to Panama City a ter sev- E S John N. Albrit, Master
in His Casttl/" "Birds of Chagres,' eral weeks at Hotel Panamonte councilor, Atlantic Chapter, Ord-
"Mandonna of the River," 'Consid in Boquete. er of DeMolay; Mr. and Mrs. An-
era the ly," Iguana Tree,"' ton Holgerson, parents of the new
'Trade' Winds and Eve n tide," Miss Joan Holgerson Installed Wotthv -Advisor Mrs. Lone ll a
"Pineapple Street," Crossroad a;t ,Wrthy Advisor of Rainbows Gullickson Mother Advisor of
the World," and two 'Women 'at! aI n open installation of offi Cristobal Assem and Mr. Era-
the River." cers at the Cristobal M a sonic nett Wo Aro Rainbow Daddly.
Military personnel and the I r Temple, Wednesday even, Miss Refreshments were served in
families, and the public, bot of Joan Holgerson was insta asthe banquet hall of the Tempd
the VapalZo, d& tand the RpiUc Worthy Advisor of Cristobal As- following the tInstatllt by Mrs.
of Panama are. cordial invited sembly No. 2, Order of the Rain- E.E. Faris and eecommtee.
to attepl the exhibition. The Gal- bow for Girls. ,_____ _
lery .s48 open from 9:00.a.m. to .
10:00,m'. daily. The exhibition on Miss Karen -Stroop who has gl
will fem r until October 16th. completed her term as Worthy
-- .Advisor was the Installing officer. T.Iit |ui|
CZ Coelg Club Plans Tea She was assisted by Miss Nellie
New members abd young ladies Holgerson, P. W. A., Installing \
who attend the Cl, 'al Zone Jun- Marshal; Miss Leneve Dough P. -/
lor .obege will be the honored W. A., installing Chaplain MSis s I
guests of the Canal Zone College Madelon Garrett, Installing Rec-r
Club at a tea, next Monday, at Iorder; and Mrs. Mattison Mac-. ,. ue
four o'clock, at the JW-USO Aulay as Organist. CoBu lbMC l .ub w
S__Meet Tomerrow
. L The Balboa Union Church Couple
~Tk.'T 7TTr *r^TLTr Club will hold its monthly meet-
N E Wingin the church parlors at 6:30
N W,. t .-Ip.m. tomorrow.
Following a covered-disr- sup-
on per there will be an interesting
and entertaining program.
S A The motif, forth veing will
-. I V be 'back to school" and costumes
"~' == C t^ *I appropriate to school attendance
are o optional
Executive eWdOf asa CU6
nThe alboa Woman's Cub will
The Balboa Woman's Club will
S. ing 9 a.mt the
SAmerican Lgion Ama
dor, instead of the JWB-U8O as
Originally announced.

SPeronistas Seek
nEqual Rights For
All Children
BUWO8 AIMS. uept. 27 (UP)
i i |- Preadent Juan D1. Peron and
leading Roman Catholic Church

Ia eronist bill Wat persons
= born in or out of wedlock equal
r^ 1 uihta before e law.

The autosio Uc EASY W~bH man havTe voPled robJ oea-
is as g**o**as the thest... b. oeromti l1e a ay the
" asbil aisn to end lednl borimo-
SBUT it works by itself. eof fo cin.reB born out
Yoars with....... $50.00
Club.. ..... ... 750 2 I,


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ted to he
a to one an.
u think Ma-
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dit on the poreh, one Bry
Ron had his usual political a
en the brot er--law
vatde refers to as "that som
married." The et
pliatened. wishing it was ti
leave fr- s ron o golf. .
ttftaahiralsys, the atmoepi
gb ated by those mutual
sntful adults explodes in a spa
iog ofn of children.
parents, ef .any age who
frce closeness between broth
a.d sis_! tend to alienate th
instead.
If pass ears always cha
ed do1a=tlng people into aw
one, the Byson chadren mil
e each other better. The ye

Boftitime pauaxots who've be
used to central power contin
to' demand it. I they no Ionl
command their children's del
etee for the "sacrifices" t h
mdte, t"ey may ak It as a ti
uWJt* S "r age.
then genuine family affect
s ufer. Adult children unawi
that this is the same old doneil
lion under a new guise, may
rect the resentment they feel
their parents to each other.
It's a pity the Bryson child
believe they are bored with ei


What they rent In the Uundl..
vliting ritual of U Family Dip-
ner is not their fellow gde SW, h
submissiveness In themselvesithat
coperat" with the demand they
re-create their obedient childhood.
, If this were understood, they
could begin the work at salvaging
their affection fr eah other. In-
stead of coming together in a rit-
ual, resentfully obeyea, they could
plan more wisely and kindly to
serve their own needs for fre-.
dom, as well as their\ parents'
needs for attention. -
Get-togethers might then bring
this family mutual appreciatlon
instead of mutual boredom an4
criticism.
Such appreciation develops
from sincerity. We promote not
love, but rebellion when we force
eCloseness on our chren.


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thank yourself for com,-
tag t ourt .
nue SPECOtL SALE'
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ey SCORE IADS. ca386
rib SETS, ROULETTES,
Chips, dice and overy-
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RS E FO A MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL & .4:30- ChAW ziOr.r6tS,.aok S
ial" r nt Clfro Low rroi PROFESSIONAL ..--.-
Jioiis4J A ntug REAL French end Spanish loces and FOSTER'S COTTAGES, o mu. ps PROFESSIONAL P*FOO fS
..... 9 ribbons embroidered. Ii for Santa Clara. Low rates. Phone5:30-News .Ol
O SALE:-60-cycle 16-inch elec- FOR SALE:- .dving, 1951 Mercury, sheets, towels and handkerchiefs, Balboa 2-1866. 6:5.- t r v rlt
c fan $25; Singer sewing machine nquire 481~ street No. 27. straw laces and Sponish mantillas. GRAMLICH'S Santa Cie och ot-t) I n h.
tor, 60-cycle wtcntrol and FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4-door Tuesdays through Fridays, from 9 tges modern conveierces, mod- Ask your Dealer for-JTh (UN ridde
ht, 60-cycle K. n hr. wdshin, 5 good tires, duty paid. First a.m. t 5 p.m. e. Cornel J rate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. I 15- U iN SPORTS brte ..to d h
chine in very good condition. $350 cash. 614-X Mindi. At Bol- nez, Perejil, House 7, Apartment 2. the N-" Weldwood- d "
one 1458 ot CT 4th St. boo Gas Station. Phone 2-2401. OR SALE WILLIAMS' Snt.Co o h.Cot. the New Wldwood -lue. E .
rn er N o 4 ---- . ------ D u ll'to g e s- ro ck g oa refri ge6 :ilo n tw o + .. :4 5- - w e' u J u1e wn .'. .
1954 Morris r 2-doo,. Sixh 00 N 80A' R. IL.L- Ruhmkorff of. t00- r Mift Itim '
F FOR SALE --Due to tvp. almost new bbedro o : P b 30 L
FO SA Street Hau ri. Curund. 942d M ah FOR RENT:-Beoachfront haii with 0 M an S aa: """S M
IirhonHPhone SePOu ACurunvau. C es Clei--at
3h553 337Pn 74. FOR SALE, -.youkno.wthe..sthe.. barbecue pit, good swi0mmng and 7:'15-PR P1T10 N FOR r. ,He hwilt be
POne.8j' R SALE:--YoU knowthebest when fishing. Sea Cliff Acres, Phone SBol. for'Hom or 0 Industl L'.- t.He Wo_ e. outf .eni t .
FOR SALE -L g th 1950 you see it. Wouldn'tou like to 3022 ofter 5:00 p.m. set n 7:30-Repat rm The U S L e a alswo rplan. 4 ho a latm m..
F SAL 1 lot rttu' in. Che-vrolet O rtbhi pe .lcon- ye a try to BESTFIT Suits and 'Bonds li Magic (VOA) ru l S mile o u
.udnmg r rat sto. Cal d t.on 45th eel No. 19. Phone locks? "BESTFIT" always has the PhiliOp. Oceansidq cottage^ Santa Packed Hndy b 8:0I-Mu.By Roth ,t ar due, a fAily phrill
na. 82 5.0 IP 3-1622 latest in Patterns and Styles. Sonto Clara. Box 435. Balbia Phone Ready to Use on 8:3-Prun We Hall (UNA t, trte_ a self-mpoad Uak hd not en hi broth-
An. Plazo, Ponoma; 11th Stre, Panama 3.1877. Cristobol 3-1673 Wood, aer Cloth nd une 25 after the laboratory r n two .
.' FO SALE -60-cycl. Be < auto- F .SA5LE _opposite P.R.R. Commissary, Colon. b u ed l m -
tic washing machine.-Phone'Pan- "' NDCLAYCO,4CKSI,-Th., FOR RENTcntm .P :0Yoi uo y It an- ent ohis da..d l5! iJh
I me 3-2874. .' Rellte their pPurps enJ scon- scee.-..I Nut lnUil IUK. fo., :0..A ofhi h -, i m.htI". .
..... _. '. ..S..S.LE. .. l.. micel to u.se. "1s 'x l2"sl2", 1ou0:30--Nelab l Zddy's Penthoumi .e. ,h e g wd algt of amoti .,
OALE-Cho*e. beach ien-ot, $113.05 per tiousandi 4"xl2"x- -CentralAv.p-- -. .- parto
4of -aCo n 3 bec60 h E~ni s. 75c. 12 0 i thl d FOR RENTC -Two -bedm cholet in 2 -1 -i ... F
Position Offered- per o Phone 4-4938 60 sarjtt ,c'.l PR 6 o. Asi aed llo Vista. Phone 3-70. r
ox e06. Pdro M guel. S.A., No. 37-47 ViY. eipo. e Phone .1: s--One Night 8tand An RP To Ce'r "te
W NTED -Me boy, no o)der WiLL S be erritr Island. 3-0160. FOR RENT :-ue 10
Md i as4FOR RENT a[ rHORn OR, 10-Sn .And. RP
an 16 years. speok English Bbsf C ,J Govt. FOR SALE:-Singer sewin machine, 12:00-Sign Off.
ndSpon.+ Call at R. .of Srs, lbrI. Misri,' oBa portable, 4 months ue 65. CASA A n ll --
oebuck & Co., No. I, voli Aile- / b 'W,Chap- iADMIRABLE, the Necchi establish- Apa t bD A. and O A ,L m -
u Must bring refer s. meant at 18 Central Avenue, next ATTNTIiON G. Just bit modem -Ora -I,11 11 t 1Fre Prevention Wipeekt.
l t to the Lottery Building. furnished apartments, a ne twol I *2l*rdc- P- l.
SW FOR SALE-Hammnd orari, church bedroom. hot, cold water. -Tel-
Hell FO SA' Ia "- eipon; iPanama 3- 4941. T as lMAi ~
u-.ui u?'. model, in perfect condition, with phoe Panama 3-4941. I lck frmu. ux tp: -- On The Ai rm
.NTE A S 13-note "Bech" chimes. May be FOR RENT: Moderntwa-bedroom Clock Club (Requests --tIo, Uo ...... of i e .S app_
W NTE. Ex i-ali for seen at No. la, ol ruguay. apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un- lease phone before 7:00) ton Wel ns t .o to o r m i
ou and c MAt llepi Phone Panoma 3-0632. furnished. For further details'calll TIAI 7:39-Morng stmon Concert r7itentJoSe ant for thei.fe 'n
L Rooda PIaceNO. wo~I e th. FOR SALE:-Large size crib & mat- ZiJbthta: 3-1802. 3- 337. "RANSPORTES 8:.--hurchn The Wlldwood rele. as the- .i to sem -* new t teMr
S" co(enat tress $10. Curundu 5110, Quarters FOR RENT: Two-bedrooi apart- BAXTE R, S. A 8:3.-Musical R s mn i porant b.
alotld<,' C unbrhB'An 2211-B. ment, 2 baths, maid's room, go- *A Bhi Bael r revnt Wk wi b
mere of IgrI d b taUtifully FOR SALE: '-- Child's hig h choir, rage. Bell Vista 44th Street No. s "Great are the eneflt4 onwde oe in
andsaped with doens stroller and potti-ch ir, like new. 3 Apt. 4. Phone 3- 015. r re
Sad trees, beauoiumlo- i Phone Balboa 3516. FOR-RENT:-Comfortable apartment 210:.- TU40FirePrevetn ek.It with p
.....e. moder, 3 bed- (Ct!eZU &eludesddays duO),whichnthooki prt
eovspletela modern, 3 bed. FOR SALE: 25-cycle electric fan, in "El Cangrejo": 3 bedrooms, per- .. -...ries.danstit uwtions w h t iwst i s l r. The I
rooms, is ad 16-inch, oscillating, very good con- lor-dining room, maid's room, .ga- 0 ff e Re equet th th nt stated
room t ditlon; Model-A Ford parts. Phone rage, hot water, gas, eetc., 3 beth- E.NARD phonefore :30) M uh atoetroptrag
F- h 4-586, Pedro Miguel,. ....,. ..$125. Phone 2-1456. B E N A R : eW which' cm be Avoided by mig -
-- .. l405-Of Te.ecot- l g- .. ..-
l! l4f ahort* FOR RENT:-- Modern one-bedroom BEAUTY SHOP 1:05-Of The-ecld on 'd ployln r ctive methods af caused b
Sor United States,-rppty apartment, all screened and hot .Sll, 30-Meet The. Entertainer prevention. devote hmev to be fire and I re
for United ase, rsrt WANTEDsndTihts
will be under cost. I WANTED water nearP Hl. lin-ews cayLng to the public knowledge local gvernents. the A-
Iu re: Miscellaneous po -ber Phone 2-47. 12:0-Lunobbtime Melodies aid socetca o keepay
TFORt COUPLES desirous ,o o Ini RENT:-Large 2-bedroom fur- Att Fau. ,...a l hotel 12:38-Populai Music such misfortunes.Qf-
OLF T O COUPLES desirous of obtaining nished apartment, hot water. Tivoli "ast e. i. Ch rtune
SPacific side, Oct, 1. Phone 4-614. Balboo 1866. -O-Son Of The Pioneers, render the greatest possible co- b, d
b St. No. t-Tel. -3 WANTED: To share cholet with FOR RENT:-For couple, cool apart- W E B 0 15-c lence Srvey (BBC) operation to the Panama el as M r n
C. T. RICHARDSON, Jr. American couple or single person. ment, two bedrooms, living-dining_ COMPLETE LINE OF Iumenta iCapers apartment, that very me o-rubilnc thor aoernies. t
Phone 3-2930. ISon Francisco.) room, kitchen, bathroom, garage. going Americans rious Institution which, during ePvention
SCrane C "t n No. 5, 52nd Street. -all Apt. 4. hs. S. keshowFire Prevention Week, will em t e
And o View ,thfidiSuppres 1

Shave tended to fluctuate vre. hone -F e i Nelon their very live. ,, o
hearninkockin H uSciendtists (Confinurdfor.Hsad h ei l 1)tune to f eliatehumanity, v-.
phoneb owh la n 29thoI oba yrTn tdn
l eas o t hs ia 'ho No. 47, Sn Francisco."rmi ed, th ie-- lt tT as .t s woth o ltllaslai
eren 1y b e "d I vo ndtreet a Apt. 4, ll -- -- ow above 30 If there is e definite ore- 0 prevent calamities I wo rth *
S .h. oauthor. o h, bo eh s h Ho"Ale.o r hon Republicans .rleve the por.OWC TAN 1 Wee thi nity etoda sl h
.. ... .. wtF ORpR E N T -- M od erAnarsh elm e nty, ue WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP)aIo e eenles to say Strauss ibn no 2-bathroomapatment in"b e thy 5:35What's Your Fav t e applause. adinrs
the first six months 'of 1954-Chairman Lewis L Strauss of way Inspired the book Shepley Eliilding, third floor. Has maid's h g ua-d)NpSt -P
l W .MItetocne-' Cmsi poahe'sIndeed he had already room and bat, garage, l etc. Phone Xi' ctrl probay by a 600-Hre To Vete> (VA) "Let these few word be-i it or
P os to -. RRE NTa "! '& e.'"i !' A c .. sThs Presdloent.s ai hi" t.aio
ump. al ., ttried to suppress i new book tried to lock It away .n his safe." Panama 2 7 or 3 3. aon er a n : Pt h
* ll- SiUa i l i1J. ue i sharply criticizing Dr. J. Roberti Strauss, reached by a reporter FOR RENT:-Large apartment, suit- the 435-memberHouse. The e'mbers R o fB the PaOUa FiS edy oren fimr the irtt-sl
(L ite C olY ree i penmef Opani ererr. lay ieets publication, he said only dentr e in the oservance
er, maa rkstsaseiS s uuprOV i o Intlhep hyero prf bomb pro- bed te he pes ot ,o fhis e able for two couples, with kitchen, iRe anpbias abe bel eve foat.e Lpon r r e nt, an te s e natipatio t wo st
Sie Latlt, 1,00K!O., "I-lega n th ahenro b p to-e she' o h kbuntrefu hse both, toiletbetn 2 large rorom f the Democrats galHouse pn_ ORGAN eMuame worequerstt my coun el a colnia n
S e tgram until alter their deaths. buythe book but refused and another bedroom with lavatory controlvtheir majoriylikewisee e rin e roe
is was disclosed yesterdhei attend private entrance, $ y wl be uner1. 1--l r Music tincc or every rest- what n




1 byan. : the co-pauthor of the booic "In general a w ha opin O4th orphneRubinsCHRITANl
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ss...l. ... ; ,oerp " "y m r- o -ti- .n i ..- . excovlen0 thetherep ii a efin-e no...... ofreve ry ealmt es t wor of om. e e
Sa dded that profits mes R. Shepley, and confirmed l' security in the hyroen bcona. hoo Cb d e In the 83rd Con lld- s a e a
dona trauss. He sad o heple wrote the book in co-US ry
S.V." .... tiu..u.. he. sU1 "I don't recall my precise o ut heyil he o
ie ns '.odfl e bok~, Tew H, ytrognh wairds, but that conforms M with session with a bare-maeor# ofMeanwhilercasidt entreqer ta
yuw"d..9a'Bomb," says Russia tepornril O my general recollection." E8e
I mui an w" t la t rh e atomic lead rom Pressed to explain his offer to r e213 members at the close of t."a.
Sl. ,e he United States in 19f, chief- buyer the rpanuscript and then de- 1 ne Stotetoheae 11 s memory
! ,la):'Fle inepley, chief ofl Re ma. 3ra- that ,I though I wl t b et re 'mnFOR RENTfore8 0rf e ueie.mev eona Weeaam. "T.hCo
lnetaitis f r a aa- "e cd te h e enru oe -Furnished room, Ae- bl-iind there werethreev-10:30-Nelson thEddy'sPenthouse acting Govr ntr yAs u.te 1 e. a 4 Pu
eprsen rketc oB hine's wasllington:Birau, relat- ter if the b ok ere not pub- can c tch, reigeratoanes, two of which were pre- o t w tate t the
all- ,, -- % '*ntl411U w-t ORl the NBC tele- iishedl." ost Street East No. 9, near L o held b Deo rats 11:00Musf o ae ds

ou d isaL vison progh ram, Wci n. r o 1 nhPiscina, on he by a Republican Panaa tl Peenti Weeos a'weeko
b 1 ar ,..... m heepery sn io ru i ... ..ehe alth ho -ble at o two cuFirewth oki15henW, eeld also up&leoe tha o Baep) .. p b t, who ar t.osh i oh
Dec. I, 5 o 3.en sidh Stradss.oer m Sh!e pL s e closed wht BIn private conversations, both 1:15-Interlude For Music iitting occasi ror every rqsl-
Oi c iand e th to "buy ei thne d sao trgn le F Democratic and bu tand (BLdent Of thereoI oe to ar se
Srnua n-"-itd si! th. .u. t t in the Over publication of the book so F O eSALen a spokesmenrmaintain ee t n e eortn l ^ar-
SLu nea2 ee for arsor alea un- others will learn "what seems d to otwere taka cer 11:5-us To Dream tilloW r
a1r tmes at of e nddu al co me to be ofa frightening aspect onf In a u ingt lP arg to 12:0mi .m
asI teat umts i I r cne are dead, ad9 the. let itda vital subject: howthe Amen- ose Incls they w rI nn i- r o
,pa a a, ofInstanraesss" .... r en a.. or d tdea p ecnaetOgndthey winihed o eu hwst as 'ofhr Itisasa." 18_ iha Ausluanh, o ,r In .-Tus
aS, ae...a..r ate, sbeom a R-lussi tmo canr people shall be info rmed On FOR SAL-h lot of motors 25- men et about the opm the ti V nore aie i
a, ae ia, s.s ,irig-.estedt at "s' motives mattersRdealingENTththeir na-cycle,-1:6.hp.to .excelPentttheirrespectivesaid thelfutoshB oaduytY resietofcm -
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,IIS VaAiMis CinemaScope Romance Opens Tuesday At The
Ill.-4UP Afactory
,A ,,, *BELLA VISTA Theatre
a .., y. "Ap" a0aa .

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BOLYWOD-ME) -Ho NB~ '~catlonstob tareyfou nheldh DS
_.T._1 ea=Wf the Cate rdine
ZIOLE NE-4 AW)6 HoNBC-TV. A prospective sponsor eW ars cat va
-"~awI WIW V nore -'aiwhich said:
aon TV-peoctalars, h Ie nby, m,
mem shows, new live shows DONALD O'CONNOR'A. big se. .. m.
Irmo "ellyood. e-. faces gry-F eret about his new telefilm ser- ian' ae, to take a vacation".
and.lhe NEW Ray Bolger tes: workers= ae f
S. The plots are written so he can i ik.d and lisHting major
It was. the ew Ra' olger show spiroe sows No.. ,5U..eand 19S to- C saeas .)lg. an. say Sa.
sl 1t year but this year thu gather. Result of the splicing: A A t ft man.
network is puttng the eature-length movie for thea trs. aer aol the
NzW- in capital letters. I.was 'sto aWt oue river to ie-
fact that some drivers,-"Ie amsu-
hi's putt s enthusiasm f you're still wondering about it d r the igway."
about the whole thin in capitalll o 3,tt BHutton's siini eil.
letters, tq.At e:tlaeitD the is and show asThree More Cars For
e done on a reviusly recoAdS
"Tie eMraet r I lyedI ~ sound track. Alexempt hergo dLucky Strike Smokeer
yea jut, id't eofo the ; b e song at the entd, Vrt is. mat'
er njust dkltme oew~ a it's don i usicals,. Because of the overwholi
ma&. eag-1 year I am, witb too. ucceds of the LUCKY
"gis .lt situa s. ,It makes COQNTWri' and the fact that o-
se.... pie are still brln- in elr
I'I Eleanor Powell Is telling it o, empty LUCKY. STR i pack-
After seeing Ray's first NEW herself.. Until one of her old mov- ages to be exchanged bor con-
show, I'm convinced it makes- ies appeared on home screens, her test certificates, the local distri-
egsee, too. Maye some other Sunday school class insembers butorsof-LUCKY& STRIE ciga-'
shows bould try trat new Idea. knew ner only as attractive Mrs. rettes have decided to issue a
In caps, of course Glenn Ford. After the first show -inew series of certificates which
ming of the film, one of the smaller, will be based on the same con-
girl students said: editions as the previous series. ..
shA Hope on fte ,rtelevislot. the primes being a Buick for
hr.q.ev Ion:, Gee, Mrs.. Ford. I didn't know first prn, a Chevrolet for see-
Eqvlo w ta. b d w ot? yeou were an OLD Msvi e star.- ond pim and ant Opel Otmpla
,00 want ti Wt. aorvid.,Se for third w0ris.
t "mMAN BROIND the badge dept.: Wat au cemnts in ..at. t
TPeon the budesque Writer Jack- Robillson just turned' the' newspapers and by. radio, ~ *''*- ~
S i !a on the w strip eWr n isJk Rob t scIipt A lo thhe newspaper aned of e aptyo With Six sztd'aheadin the cast and the histo rical beauty of Rome ad Venice as aba c found.
Ne York o.is heh ns Ann eof facts soapo company's s-'~ for tftl., "Three CQins In.The Fou inn," one of Twentieth Century ox's major efforts in thenew Clnema-
Snew poster kid, ose Bell fea of this contest has be. De form c s ella Vista Thetre on Tuesday. Clifton Webb, Dorothy eue. Jean
is the daughter Belle r, our Ma. e McNamara and Rossano Brazi essay the princip al roleiin this trl-
1es- e doeItsisttntelcameramanat love stpry f:om John Secondary's best-selling novel and to give the picture .ded dramatic
e e iTheater. a" r John Patrick,.author of the current Broadway Drama Critics and Pulitzer Pe ht.. "The
ee Teae. -.-- ou-se of the August Moon," transposed the story to film. Advt.


M m A uj mee ts e
cy~~~ttie b1w 4 of Joseph Cot-~Art Todd about a TV western:
tontan from the I "The men were so t-ugh that
leaafg mansp4t on Ginger og-. when one o the- cowboys hadn't
ers ,Oct. jpearance in "To-beexn killed in 20 minutes, he was.;
nit St .BC.. .Hall-. shot for being a coward."
Fi will swlt~h toj
color 4.,tbq flew NBC color
st "ie :0lat tla ya r... i Nation's Business reports that
I a lberace is, heling the s>le of
1 my ar- su Bt IdbW e he- fals teeth,
et6ry fit is t, are ling faster. -
p ted. J'the secret,
ou you shold your mind, IIn return for allowing him to
Jimmy. It' -I*Ioq ya;n bop to Paris to co-star with Jane
-Russell and Jeatne Crain-in-Oe
temen Prefer Brunettes," Alan
There wA be dnias all around, Yeotg gave NBC a three-Vfonth
by the way, 'but a lAst minute extensioe-on the year's TV con-
i' somewki'e along the.line tract the network holds..
cos Jimy a "This Is Your Life" ------
cavilcado. Th1 script was ready
-and people Jimmy ha4ldt seen More TV influence: There's a
for 40 years were standing by. Dragnet cafe in downtown L, s An
Th~lcame the red, stopUlight flash. geles and a small lunch room that
Too- ba". calls itself "Foreign Intrigue" on
SHollyrobd's Sunset Blvd.
An eIe show from the Chiago '
Vta4dim will be a Dec. 29 Comedy Zippy, youngish orence Halop,
lHot@--fteing. As many- shows as aged by make-up men for her
possible will be beamd from out- mother role in "Meet Mille" on
side the studio on the program TYV is due for a series of glamor
this yeYi .. TV preview note: shots-first time she's been P-.
Keefe BrasseIe .and Peggy King emitted by CBS to step out tf ar-
team up for a one-shot auditon on acter.


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__________________ r Framptol S, 5 .
asoe n pthia *retr a' ei te onl. Uy A T Q
f Sametionil e t state and one the-few anywhere.
fan, but now te prie He has held the post since 1942,
the former has to hih about the time he began to le
the oho6rirhen his ieght from optlr neuritis. By
Now, however, you,ca obtain 144 he was totally'blind.
the latest "New XarIi l cell- rampton performs all the du-
ing fans, 3", 48," or 5" dia- ties of hi office, signing papers,
meter, with six-ipeed regulator conducting meetings, presiding in
at very low prics. This 5 0 court and the like, though he ad.
Interest not only to household- mitted readily that his wife, Lois,
era, but to chUrche,, assembly and his dog, Vickie, are invalua-
halls, restaurants, aovie thea- ble;
terms, offices, storeT, ete. These "Without them I couldn't get
fans are manufactured by the along as wel as I do," he ex-
world-famous firm of Veritya plained.
Limited of Lodon, .tippliers, to Radio is probably one of his
the British Goyernment. Special most valuable aides. Carrolton has
duty-free pried for Canal Zone a hook-up between local police,.the
--cash or credit. Full Infon sheriff's office and the State High.
tion at C4nal agencies, S. A., way Patrol which Mayor lrmp-i
Cathedral Plas (round the cor- ton is able to monitor and thereby
ner from Felix Maduro's), tele- keep in touch with events.
phone 2-0324, Panama, One of the town's proudest
accomplishments un-der major
Advt. Frmpton was the completion in
S194 of a new $60,000 town hall.


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NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (UP)-It was the end of
a great career for Ted Williams today but only the
beginning for Willie Mays-the wondrous new star
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Final Leaders


By UNITED PRESS
BATTING
(Based on 400 at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE


In a script that would make the other National League games Player and Club AB R H Pot.
Hollywood bhlsh,,the 36-year old while the Phladelphia Athletics Mays, N. Y. 565 119 195 .34
Williams announced his retire- downed the New York Yankees, Mueller, N. Y. 619 90 212 .342
ent on the day the 23-year old 8-6, in the other American Snider, Bklyn. 584 120 199 .341
Mays duplicated one of Ted's League game. Chicago and Bal- Muslal, St. L. 591 120 195 .330
most dramatic hours In winning timore were idle. Kluszewski, Cin. 573 104 187 .326
the National League batting ti- Harvey Haddix and Brooks
tle. ILawrence collaborated in an 11 AMERICAN LEAGUE
S just 13 y s ago thatnning, nine-hitter which the layer and Club AB R H Pet
Wllnb blasted six hits in eight Cardinals won when Wa vila, CI. 555 113 189 .341
at b t on the final day of the, Moon hit a two-run homer off Mtfioso, Chi. 568 119 182 .320
cam~,a to win his first Amer- Ernie Johnson. Despite the Fox, Chi. 631 111 201 .319
can League batting crown with victory, the Cardinals finished Noren, N. Y. 426 70 130 .319
a .406 average. Ted went on to in sixth lace their lowest Berra, N. Y. 504 88 179 .307
lnthree more ti les and com- windup since sx1938r
pile ~ a lifetime batting mark of. Bob Rush tossed a six-hitter
.349 a figure exceeded only by to gain his 13th win of the cam- HOME RUNS
Tv Cobb' .367. Rogers Pornihv's paign for the Cubs, who banged Kluszewski, Redlegs 49
.R and homeless Joe Jackson's dut 10 hits including a homer. Hodges, Dodgers 42
.358. and Shoes Jo double and single by Steve Bilko. Mays, Giants 41
InV asimlr dramatle setting The loss, charged to Joe Nuxhall. Sauer, Cubs 41
mays yestadav hammered out cost the Redlegs a chance to Snlder, Dodgers 40
three hits four tries against share fourth place with thea Mathews, Braves 40
2r-glme winner Robin Roberts Phillies,
to win his three-w otruqrlel Manager Casey Stengel field RUNS BATTED IN
withteammate Dn Muelleranded what he called the est- Klusewsk, Redles 147
t Duk'mt e on r and fan- hitting-team in the majors" but Hodges, Dodgers 130
S,.1 6ith a .34 the Athletics collected 16 hits to Snlder, Dodgers 130
N in el0 finish since the Yankees' 11. Manager Eddie Muslal. Cardinals 128
che '1 e won thi' Joost sparked the A's attack Doby, Indlans 126
tnishbed at with three hits.
I s thus im one of the LAST SEASON'S STAR RUNS SCORED
Apar-ing skond-vears in Willie Mays. Mantle, Yankees 129
blo story Rp dbecasw vlr- -------- Snder, Dodgers 120
ta a inch to rnemd th Musial, Cardinals 120
~ "most vpluble Dlv r"' H l ni ur he r Mays, Giants 119
ristorv o e war4 He ly U v Mifioso, White Sox 119
his extra ava ta bulldn ---
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1:t i .ve.a ) nlv threM Maeller, Giants 212
; t fl n)qtV-rwhn h^ve beer rpl li 0 Pr tI Kuenn. Tigers 201
'.- ^,v- ro-v e rV r s Fox, White Sox 201
e i __,, g,- n **"* *~'"" Sninder. nodrers 199
S..* .' nc--" *" "-'- NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (UP) Mays, Giants 195
q P..l~A ,,.'""*."*'* ' Al Lopez of the Cleveland In- Muslal, Cardinals 195
r ""r ''Ak, doe',*c" *"" dians and Leo Durocher of the _
Ia f eI~ p"b" s. the New New York Giants refused today
I i** I- T--' n* e nto name their starting pitchers PITCHING
I t~~~ eP.lr -i '"'*. '.ae'lt r for the World Series opener (Based on 15 Decisions)
1 JWL p. IM'C "" Wednesday but the rules will Players and Club W L Pct.
hrf t **"- -''r' force Duroeher to.name his hurl- ronsueora. White Sox I1 3 .42|
S 0-o's In r *e '"r,, er first. Peller, IndIans 13 3 .813
tit*8 en' 1.0 w1 over the Regardless of whether the Gi- Grim, Ynkees 20 1 M
S44ft*.r. h l r)et". ants' manager names right- Tremon. Indiean 23 7 .767
pnnfle t""'"-- re rs annon- hnnder Sal MatTlie or southpaw Reynolds, Yankees 13 4 .765


- -J hultnltrannr' two- played in, will rank 17 to 10 fa- _
bto-" tq'-I of 27 *P'"-n""it' ton- vorltes. 1
the' NT, "' '-el'S hv nl"'e Lopez said that either BoYn
dance t nd his r" of ltv n. Lemon or Early Wynn will pitch
to n h s for the Indian but he hasn't ANAM A AMER I AN
st rt rk shared specified whch one
flva other pitchers. "I'm waiting for Duroeher to
WUiams hdir ors" hit name his pitcher," Lopez said in
I In four trins as the Cleveland. "If it's Maglie, I'll use
IB .wsrmped.'he Wa,'sh Lemon:; f it's Antonelli we'll _
n,- Rp'"tonrs. 11-2, conmletlnq probably go with Wynn." thmmeyl eiv
PtW Tw1ls n with a .V45 avsr- Dirocher, in no hurry to makr W RET Pif
.-- 90. honderh Wll'I t n fall" ht pitching selection, will .
I' -*.--t! short of the nee"~p',l forced to do so before Lopes ur 1i.
"* 's e recogr'-ed r the nf- der the official rules of basebp' .\me **.* aw K.
"* -' A L. hbtthin- pr"nli~" Rule 4.01 states that the hon-" ,*-*- .
*" '" '* rflns to r'avlqrp'is tePm manager must submit '
r-- .-.. a.VwBe whn 'n""' un 'l.th batting order to the umpire-ir f-.
.* r'1I mVrk. Av'ls ""t 1I- chief first. Durocher probably
r. .i .etervnov in th, n~m,' will name his starting pitcher
'" "*-'ng. 8-7 loss to the Detroit tomorrow and Lopez is expected
t"-" q to follow suit but both can CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS
r* St IniM q Cprri-nplp rlc- loange their minds until short-
te-'ed the MIl'aulkep nr-ved.'lv before 1 D.m. (ESTi Wednes-
-*1, the rc'fran Cuba heat day, official starting time for .....no.
the Cincinnati Redlegs. 5-2. in the opening game. eh


Macias Decisions Nate Brooks


For American Bantam Title


Tesis, Martinez Enter


FinalWeek Of Training
-0-
Isthmian featherweight cham-
pion Pedro Tcsis and challenger
Isidro Martinez today entered
their final week of training for
their eagerly awaited 15-round
championship bout this coming
Sunday night at the Colon Are-
na.
Martinez and Teals staged an
epic battle in their first clash for,
the crown with Teals scoring a
TKO when the referee stopped
the bout with only seconds re-
maining in the final round. At
the moment referee Colon Al
Brown wisely stopped the con-
test, Tesis held a slim lead on
the score cards of two of the
three officials J utjt the fight.]
That contest had Ti sscrea-m-
ing from the opening gong until
the battle ended. i return
match shapes up to be a repeat
performance whichcould4 even:
surpass the first fight in action
and thrills.
Since that bout, both Martlnet
and Tesis have gone on to two
convincing victories. Their work-
outs thus far have indicated
that the two boys are in the betl
sha e of their young lives. Re-
ports from observers att both
camps indicate -that the two
fighters will be gunning for ,an
early knockout.
The 21-year-old champ has
shown improvement with each
outing and is developing a punch
to go with his classy and sharp
boxing technique. Martinez. 20, is
also on the up grade and has ISDRO MARTINEZ
supreme confidence in his abili-
ty. Isidro thinks he packs a
heavier wallop than Tesals and The all-star program will be
will try to rove it.
Besides te title bout. unusualrounded out with twd excellent
interese e title iuth uninual tfour-round preliminaries. Mar.
interest is being shown in the cial Molinar meets Manuel Pre -
debut of Jose Edwin who meets cOts in the program's opener at
ring-wise Wilfredo Brewater in 128 pounds while 135-pounders
the 145-pound eight-round sem Carlos Watson and Hankin Bar-
final. rows III will swap punches in
Edwin won the welterweight the second prelim.
amateur crown at the last Cen-
tral American and Caribbean Proceeds from this bout will
Games in Mexico. He plans dis- go towards the fund for the Co-
played real class throughout lon agricultural farm for delin-
his brilliant career as a simon nuent boys. General admission
pure. is ($I) one dollar,


Dark Millionaire Wins

Class 'A' Sprint Race
-- -


Mrs. Carmen Navarro de Aro-
semena's consistent English
thoroughbred Dark Millionaire
finally won his first race against
a Class 'A" field when he scored
from post-to-post yesterday in
the featured $1,000 seven furlong
sprint at the Juan Franco race
track.,
The Millionaire has been in
the money (second or third) on


OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete .ize ~in;; ,tg Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1855, Sunday, September 26, 1954.
The hbole ticket has 44 oleces divided il twu series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each


First Prize


Second


7908 $ 44,000.00


Prize. 5998


Third Prize


1895


S13,200.00

$ 6,600.00


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Mg 1 as M 0 1M 15.m 6as 132.0 3m 132.6 430 132.0 S53 132 0am 132. 738 132w.6 I 6l 1322.
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8 M126 148 13 2.61 24M 132.M8 30M1 132M 4408 13236 W 132.66 6 132.M6 74s 132. 10 13LM "s 132a.6
m 12.66 1666M U." 3 22.6 28 32.66 27 332.66 7 46632.2066 650A03 2.66 798 7666 132.6 6 1 666 122.66
68 *1322 I'I6 .1226 I 1322 1 l2s 6 4M 133"2.66 M 132.6 G8: 132.0 IM 6l S 1 !!3 6 n 1i2.
M 2M.2. IN 2.0.00 2 Zn.08 2,2 36 M 2,0.26. 4M88 2,26.6 sM 2.2M.M I S ,A01 2.2 M T TON 44I0.G ,6s. m 2.26M.0M

Approximations Derived From First Prize
s -I --I a- n.* 08 .40 7916 4.4 00 .
S 3 7 446 M T M44. 77 44 M. 791 44i 7912 446.0 4. 716 44-
0 440.M 44.8 I 7104 440.0 7M I M 44.0. 911 l 446.0 I 7913 446.M I TSI 40.0 I T>1T 440.66

S Approximations Derived From Second Prize

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1s9I 0 h 2Isg 2 6 2.M 3. 4a. t66 4i.6 a6 6 t am 2 S .0 t M s. t- .
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noi nse s a as em 0 1m .4 I1 Mate sM I 13200s Mns.
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Nb of today's Lottery Drawing was sold at: First in Colon; Second wsd Third in Panama.
ile tIahte enas In I and not included in the above list win frfty-ewr Doars ($t4.) each.
Theb wole ticket nas 44 ceM which comprses the two series *A' ad *'!


AtMRTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama, Ced. 47-12155.
The Representative Of The Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDUZ


e g A, CIla Na. 47-63
nU-ikm Ciedsjl W6 7-7tT71.


ALBDRTO J. BAR8ALLO,
Notary Public. Panama.


PAO A. PINEL M.
Seemtaur


several occasions against the
track's best but had never been
able to beat them. Yesterday on-
ly dry season champion Main
Road and the good sprinter Mir-
zatoats opposed the five-year-
old black son of Rockefella-Mar-
mita because two other sched-
uled starters King's Prize and
Soft Note were scratched.
Jockey'Johnny Gongora got
Dark Millionaire off to a good
start and he quickly outsprinted
Mirzatoats then was never head-
ed. Mirzatoats, the overwhelming
mutuels choice, quit badly going
down the backstretch adV Main
Road came on for a strong fin-
ish to threaten in tthe hae-
stketch but the Millionaire had
sufficient left t6 cross the finish
line by a full length-and-one-
half.
Dark Millionaire paid $6 which
was about par for the day.
The day's two winningest rid-
ers were Hector Ruiz and Bias
Aguirre with two victories a-
piece.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1-Matruh $8.60, 3.20, 2.60
2--Ciprodal $3.60. 3
3-Paragon $2.80.
SECOND RACE
1-Proton $8.40, 4.40, 4
2-Dofia Chila $3.40, 3.20
3--'rura $3.
First Double: (Matrah-Pro-
ton) $37.
THIRD RACE
1-Naranjazo $6, 2.20, 2.20-
2-Choly $2.20, 2.20
3-Caadelaria $2.20.
One-Two: (Naranjaso- Chbo
ly) $7.40.
FOURTH RACE
1-Burlesquito $3, 2.80, 2.40
2-Coran $3.40, 2.40
3-Golden Glass $3.20
Quinlela: (Burlesqutto Co-
ran) $9.
FIFTH RACE
l-Sugarplum $5. 2.20
2-Donny Boy $2.20.
S 8IXTH RACE
1-Salustio $18.40, 9.60, 5.60
2-Devon Maiden $7.8p, 3.40
3-8. Of Scone $2.80
SEVENTH RACE
1-Albeit $14. 5, 4
2-Pebetero $7.40, 4.20
3---smo $4.40.
Second Double: (Salarte-
Albeit) 3513.40.
EIGHTH RACE
1-Portal ,6 3.80, 3.40
2-Petite $5, 2.20
3-Black Gold $2.40.
Quinlela: (Portal-fit) $18.
NINTH RACS
1-Kiosco $7.80 3.80, 2.20
2-Don Cuto j.40, 2.30
3-Young Prince $320.
One-WT : (Kie--Dm C-
ton) $S.6.
TKNTH RACE
1-Dark Mllaounaire $-
EILEIAE N RACE
l-Yoskto $14, 4.40. 3.40
2-Golden Fan $2.8, 240
3-Don Ooyo $5.60


By ROBERT PRSCOTT
MEXICO CITY, sept. 27 (UP)
/ A


- Raul (The Mouse) Maclas
boasted the first major Mexican
boxing triumph in more than 20
years today and hoped his hard-
earned North American bantam-
weight championship would lead
to a winter title but with
France's Robert COhen for the
world crown
Maclas, blood streaming from
his nose, touched off a near riot
In the giant "Plaza Mexico" bull
ring last sight when he scored
a unanimous, 12-round decision
ver Cleveland's Nate Brooks to
win the forth American title.
The screamln, cheering
of lwearly U which ,had
braved a light rain to root the
undefeated Mexican to his 12th
straight professional victory,
tfed firecrackers and lit bon-
fires in the stands when the
decision was anifaunced. Pd-
lioe, swinging clubs forced a
path through near.hytfrlcal
fans so Malas could reach his
dressing room g afely.
The three Judges gave Maclas,
who weighed 116.6 pounds, a to-
al of 32 points to none for
Brooks.' The Mexican scoring
system gives a fighter from zero
to three points per round. The
United Press gave Brooks two
rounds and alied three even.
Maclas sent Brooks to his knees
with a flurry of blows in the
seventh but the bell ended the
round before the referee could
begin a count. Brooks tried to
clinch as much as possible in the
late rounds as Macias punished
him with body blows. Brooks
appeared on the,verge of going
down in the 10th hung on to the
slim Mexican until he was rescu-
ed by the bell.
The 21-year-old winner said
he hoped to win the world
bantam crown from Cohen
"before the year fs out" and
then try to become a movie ac-
tor.
Brooks said he would return
to his law studies at Ohio State
next week "and keep fighting as
long as I'm a good fighter." Nate
risked his crown and collected
the biggest purse, receiving a-
bout $10,000 while Macias got a-
bout $8,000 of the gate estimated
bt promoted Miguel da la Coli-
a at6 $0,0 net: There were
49,500 paid admissions.
Nate's brother, Paul,, 140, had
better luck in a 10-round re-
pliminary, outpoiptihg Manuel
Beltran, 138, of Mexic6.
Harry Markson, managing di-
rector of the International Box-
ing Club, observed the fight and
called Macias "the best lighter
weight boxer I've seen in 20
years." Markson said he was im-
pressed by the way "he threw
punches like a machine gun" as
well as the way he "can take a
punch.,


N. L Finale


Players
Lockman,
Dark, as
Gardner,
Mueller, r
Rhodes, 11
Mays, cf
Thompsor
Amalfitan
Williams,
Westrum,
Grissom,
c-Taylor
Worthing
Spencer.
Antonelli,
Hearn. p
b-Garagls
Totals


GIANTS
ab r h p a
lb 3 0 0 11 1
20020
2 0 0 2 0
ss 40105
f 0 2 2 0
f 6 0 1 0 0
4 1 3 4 0
, 3b 2 0 0 0 1
io, 3b 2 0 0 1 1
2b 5 1 1 5 5
c 301 4 1
p 0 0 0 00
1 0 0 0 0
ton, p 0 0 0 0 1
p 1 0 0 0 1
p 1 0 0 0 0
10012
ola, c 2 1 2 3 0
43 311 33 18
PHILLIES


Ashburn, cf
Clark. If
Lonata, c.
a-Burgesa c
Hamner. 2b
nnis, rf
Morgan. as
Jones, 3b
Wyrostek. lb
Roberts, p
Totak


3 0 1 3 06
1 0 1 3 01
10040
1 0 0 4 0.
5 0 0 5 4
5 0 1 2 0
5 1 1 1 5
2 0 2 1 1
3 0 0 10 1
4 1 1 1 1
33 2 7 33 13


a-Walked for Iepata In 5th.
b-Sacrifice fly for near in 7th.
c-Struck out for Grissom in 9th.


PhUat
mumes


s -o 2- 1-3
"M Iil om o-2


Errors Wyrostek. RBI -
Roberts, Thompsop, Garagiola,
Gardner. (Roberts sored during
a doubleplay). Doubles Rob-
ars, Jones. May, Garaglola 2.
Mueller. Troles May. stolen
bames Thompnm. Saeriftce -
Ioberts, Clark. Wyrortek. Scri-
flee fly Garaua. Double-
plays Grdner-Wlll~ms Lck-
man 2. Amalfltano-WUllams-
ITocklmUfL. Lt o sea OGants
1,. aille 1%t. Istas on balls -
AntoneIM 1,, eam & Roberts 5.
(irlssom 2, WWrthbDtto 3,
Spe gero. O Rberts 4, An-
tMUIm 1. Hen Orimom 1.
Sponrsr 1. Hit off Antonefl
StIn 2. w m S I tn 4. rbm 0
It 2. Worthington 0 In -2/3.
aSamcn 0 in 21. /. Rn and
-ir In ) .2-2. I Rtih 3r-.. WP
- ArnOce (U4). UL Roberts


NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
S .aaW L t GMTeams W L IPet.
NCwYork 7 57 .3- Clsev kd 111 4 A.7

=Olnuab 7Otti 74 8 .48 1 Dtrot A 42n i

ltteard 83 10 .344 44 Philadelphl. 13 .331
X. E-5 5DAF Win UL.


XTe5TWAr'S ISMULTS
N.Y. 000 000 200 1-3 11 0
Phila. 000 011 000 00-2 7 1
Antonill, Hearn, Orissom,
Worthington, Spencer (1-0)
and Westrum. Robert (23-15)
and Lopata, Burgess.
Pittsburgh 000 000 000-0 4 0
Brooklyn 00 000 000 x-I 4 2
This (3-9) and Koback.
Spooner (2-0) and Walker.
Cincinnati 101 000 000-2 6 0
Chicago 020 0023 Ox-5 10 2
Nuxhall (12-5), Smith and Se-
minick, Bailey. Rush (13-16) and
Fanning.
St. Louis 000 000 000 02-2 9 2
Milwaukee 000 000 000 00-0 9 1
Haddix, Lawrence (15-0) and
Sarni, Yvars. Crone, Johnson
(8-2) and Calderone.


YBTEBRDAYO RESULTS
Detroit 310 01 000 001 2-8 1
Cleve. 000 200 050 001 1-7 13
Oarver, Miller (1-0) and House.
Garcia, Narleikl (3-3) and He-
gan.
Philadelphia00 031 200-8 16 1
New York 021 002 100-6 11 2
Ditmar (1-4), Fricano and As.
troth. Byrne (3-2) Konstanty,
Morgan, Grim and B erret.
Washington 200 00 00- 80
Boston 000 112' 5x-11 12 0
Stone (12-10), "Keria-ko,
Stewart and Tipton. Sullvan
(15-12) and White.
Only, games scheduled,


WORLD SERIES STARTS WEDNESDAY
NEW YORK GIANTS vs. CLEVELAND INDIANS
At Polo Grounds New York

Wally Trout Runs 85 Yds. To TD


As Athletic Club Wins Jamboree
S-


It wasn't only the whether
that was wonderful at Mt. Hope
for the fifth playing of the Foot-
ball Jamboree. For the best Jam-
boree, ever the stars of yester-1
day begun toshinebrightly once
more and new Isthmian grid
stars begun to make their mark
on the horizon. .
From a slow, quiet pace at the
beginning to a drama packed1
finish in which Wally Trout took
a Cristobal High kick-off and
raced all the way from his own
fifteen for the winning touch-
down of the night in the closing
minutes of the gala event.
Colorful pre-game ceremonies
in which the Queens were pres-
ented, the Colors paraded, the
National Anthem, plaedby the
CH8 band, and theofficial open-
k.. nth--,L ll &-MI4 ..,i*ft
'n cu'IU,.51 4IU ~1Cu 5


brilliant backfield artist who
had played asetacular ball all
night started a methodical job
of rippig the AC line t* bits.
With seady gains of 8 to 7
yards with each run, it was lit-
tle wonder that Bazan finally
raced across fr Cristobal's 0
pointer. The Tigers failed in
their try for the extra point. Less
than 2 minutes now remained
in the game, and the Junior Col-
lee eleavts emed surely head-
e oraa Jimboree victory. (After
a tie the next point of conside-
ratioi~ in the Jamboree is de-
fensive play and AC had now
been scored upon while Junior
College had not allowed the op-
positon to dent their abal line)


tle actuli IwLil, tuu a wC T w LQUbh 1" 0--wa.
was to come.
WaTCO -- -[h "
was to come The rest is now history how
The Atetic Club and Junior Trout ran ro
College battled to a first period Tn- Cristobal defens- e .o d -s
scoreless deadlockand thetwoAdes-
high schools, Balboa and Cristo- cap d the last desperate efforts
bal did likewise in the second of two Cristobal Would-be tack-
with Balboa threatening on Cris- lers to add another 6 points to
tobal's five yard line at the end t e thetic Club total rand as-
of that stanza. Balboa High and adr the f the Jamboe win
Junior College could not budge nd the smoot-Hunnlcttt hy
each other in the third quarter It was certainly aty a rlg
and they too played to a score- cboree which will bannl em-
less tie. bered by fans arid 'plt alike
The action really started in as the best they ave seen or
the fourth quarter when Junior are likely to see again.
College begun a concerned drive
to capture their second consecu- Along The Fai
tive Jamboree. With the Tigers The Oi'WoyS
from CH8 in possession of the -
ball on their own thirty, Quar- GAMBOA CLUB
terback Bill Price elected to toss CSAMPIONSHIP
a pass into the flats. Curtis Jef-
fries, J.C. end, raced through to d
intercept the pass and break in- pleelyetng rounds were Gxoa
to the clear for the first markerClub chami yesterday for the p. abo.Da
of the game. Junior College con-ran away with the eda.ist. hon-
verted for the extra point andorn with a fine net O7. Five
led 7 to o. strokes behind were 0. Whaley

fouartel of Balb and the Jun- the course was in nice
... .... ,, Bal~a now shape, except for one day of
ior College eleven, and both nowshpt e
performg for Athletic Club heay showers
Match play follows in thr

Trout pass was completed for among the fair sex with a nice
the TD and Arnold Mannin ran Inet 71.
the extra point. Balboa again~ irst match rounds must be
menacing but not scoring, was completed by Sunday, t.3,
deep in AC territory at the gun. 6:0 A P.m.
Only one quarter now remain- U"e A match play rules, as S.
ed to be played, HS and AC. At mended locally.will pply.
this point Junior College led in Matches are s follows:
the Jamboree. going in with a 7
to 7 tie and leading in first
downs. Kaiser Baan Cristobals Deane vs H. Johton
Mr.~& A v H crqqlkon


Chess News
The National Chess Tourna-
ment, after seven nights of play
at the El Panama Hotel, shows
John Evans leading the field
without a lost.
The standing as of today, fo1-
lows:
CLASS A


Names
John Evans
C. Cumberbatch
F. Pere
F. Dennis
D. Ramos
A.Miro


G
5
6
5
6
6


W
5
5
4
4
3
2^4


L
0
1
1
1
3
3C


Stuart vs. A. Cherry
D. Bishop v. T. Jacks
B. Rogers vs. R. Sheehy
0. Whaley vs. P. Bel
P. Whitney vs. R L. Coffey
C. IL Shaw vs. H. Bngelke
N. Lewter vs. E.L. Sanford.
SECOND FLIGHT
W. Pendergrass vs. H. W. Smith
J. Middleton vs. Warina
L. Tobert va. A. Van O der
F. Howard vs. John
D Soyster vs. R. Marhall
iDo Hutchins vs. J. MeKercher
J. Owens va. J. Baker
B. L Perantie va. Bud Balcer.
THIRD FIGHT


J. Wilkes vs. W. K. McCue
W. D. Hade vs. W. Havo
.- W w --h oolo


&. Our 5a 3 Bob Me amnm vr. w. . wnmer
Dr. G. Maritano 7 2 5 M. Zombory vs. J. I. nSmth
. P. Venmo 4 % 3%K P: Ecott vs. Diek Gntmeh
O. McKay 2 1 C. Courvlle vs. J. R. MeOlade
V. Jones 5 R Munyon vs. Bern Hutchns
-- H. Umlnger vs D. J. Hennessy
CLASN a I
CLA B LADIES FLIGHT A

Naes G 1 F 1 Ann L tte vs. len toward
W. Wolft 3 % moieiun V& mkftoa:
J A. ambtn 3 1P i t rKbsSla Middlestao
A.LS.3u. -2 1 1 ima Jon
A. Potlfof 4 0 4 w Im v. C^P11 a
an .m to malL. l Efi xW B 1 s
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Wllie Mays Takes Over
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o ---
By HARRY GIATSON h, it out d the park for Mays not
to catch it. Ji eamrntill talk
NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (NEA)- about the youstor climbing the
Will Howard Mays, Jr., is the center fed wal n innelnatt to
baseball counterpart *of a combi- catch a drive of Gas Bell's bat
nation star triple treat, lneback- with two men on base for the fl.
et and safety ma n in footha. nal out. That was one of the few
Fr two years the Giants said games Hearn won and the score
W Mays was the differene- was 3-2.
dheas to the extel tof more Mays makes life much easier
than 40 games, which Is what the for Dqn Mueller, s The Magician
P National Legue champkaks an moved ht fielder. Mon-
on the Dodgers t rvin a ear at bat and
I his felding fell o with it. Dusty
Here is 3-year-old in his see- Rhodes, a mediocre flye h a s r
odd year the majors switching was in left field a good share of
from leading Babe Ruth's home the time, yet, thanks t Mays, the
rmn pace to leading the laue in Olants did not suffer.
batting.
Here is the gretqat of. natural HI QUICK START and lick
ballplayer the ultimate in the of- makes May, the instinctive ball-
fentveaplayer, making extreoly player, a sperlative baserunner,
difflulttrs look ordinary. ictly on hi4 own, for Leo Duro-
r dW dt take an extra base cher wisely doesn't clutter up the
on Will. The swif Dotgers boy with signs. He has conasdera-
and Braves couldn't, and the tra- ble to learn, but he's an excellent'
ly am~Ing l iays makes t*e In learner.
dans onservatIve, to. The text- The Giants were killed the past
book double becomes a asfi l e. two campaigns by the other side
Multiply this by 100 and you still taking the extra base and their
have no idea of the BayjHey id's inability to retaliate. Mays stops
value to the Polo Grounders. i the other blokes cold while taking
The GIANT PrCHBs alene plenty of liberties himsdef,,
realize the real worth of the bap- It was onJune 3 in St. Louis
-go-ludly Mays. They pit c to that the Cardinals quickly flatten-
hm. He makes i J staff. The ad Sal Maglie. Henry Thompson
Ne* York pitchers don't care hit three home runs and the score
how far opposing batters belt the was still8-. .
ball Just so long as it is hit in So Mays hit a two-run homer
the general direction of Mays' al. in the,seventh and a three runj
most unbelievably wide range in homer in the ninth to win it, 13-4
center field. It is very difficult to take the
The bill practically has to, be play away from. Willie Mays.


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GRASaING-Willie Mays will catch the bali if it's in park. (NEA)


MAMBO?-.Georgia Tech's Paul Rotenberry, left, and Willie Hof seemed to be performing an ex-
-tic dance in Atlanta, but in reality the Tulane halfback was breaking up an attempted forward
oass. (NEA)


Borton, Record Passer Of


'52, Takes Back Seat Inr


Last Year At Ohio State
-0AYE
By KAYE DESSLER -


A &- D I....COLUMBUS, 0. Sept. 27 (NEA)
n Im lState Players -"Time and change will surely .
show how firm our friendship,
Ohio," goes part of the verse of
W Foore Ohio State's alma mater song.
g -O Quiet, scholarly John Borton
Tackle must be ponolering that phrase
1 i Colemanwith mixed emotions as he stud- I
By BEANS REARDON I ies his football future.
24 Years n National League EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Written for NEA Service -Bon Coleman, Michigan State's Two years, ago, Sophomore Bor-
starting tackle from 1949 through ton was about to blossom into a I
QUESTION: With one out iandl '51-a unanimous All-America remarkable quarterback, as good |
runners on first and third bases. in his final year-won't be forgot- in fact that it was unthinkable o |
the batter flies to the center ten by Spartan players. consider the Buckeyes with
fielder. The runner on. third base first thinking of the strong' Al.
tags up and scores after the catch. That's because one position lance, 0., product.
The runner on first base goes'on the forward wall is known Borton set an OSU passing rec:
halfway to second and is beaten as the Coleman Tackle. ord in 1952 leading the nation'd
back to first by the throw from throwers with 115 completions
the centerfielder. Does the run It's nothing more than the po- in 196 tisses for 1555 yards and I
count?-Art Mobler. sition between center and end- 15 touchdowns. He was a poised i
Answer: TM run eonats prot. on the short side of State's un- youngster with all tre confidence
aided t crossed the plate before balanced wall, but Cole m an in the world and a marvelously
the ftee at first base. Is this handled the job so well they steadying influence on his team-
sltuo#n, the th-out force sitU. renamed it in honor of his play. mates.
ation is removed duing e oy.
SQ.'A manager moves an out. Today, as co-captain, Borton re-
fielder into the ifid .The bater n |L u L f 4 I mains a polished performer but I
lifts a pop fly to him with run- aVl llu r ll1 III is rapidly becoming a victim of
ners on first and second bass and the passing parade, an ironic
one out. Does the infield fly roble ta Sla asalmaa twist consluering passing always
apply?-Bob Moore. has oeen Cortons xorte.
A. Yes. i makes nasBffe c Big John Is not in the picture
who eatches the bal. Ana ltAu A m TAml ali as a steady starter for the Bucks.
fly is a fly which th al AI j U ll Several factors enter into this
of the umpires, can be baie" almost unbelievable fact.
by an nfielder. I this case, the NW YORK, Sept. 27 (UP) Borton has not fully recovered
eoatfeder-s an toider, The Syracuse Chiefs, who split from te physical eating he
Q. Where is the better outfielder the t two games of the Inter- suffered against Illinois last year,
emloyed-in right or left field? national Lague lay-off finals one that put him out of commis-
-Jaes Maloney. at Montrea l, ~ VY host tosion for toe remaining six games.
A. iSt em d. Le st hav the l torht nd will At 6-1 and 200 pounds, iorton "
the er d me accurate match t haaer Jim, was never considered fast afoot. L 'lah 9oieet.
arm. Waer are tougher to play ,t a ety K ehmal in tIn fact, he was actually slow as
Ball are it at bln on aa angle third game of the best-of- backs go. PASSING PARADE Joh n
sven Meriea. Berto led t1bd aie's college
A-m--il r Loop sn s his year Borton reported at Iers as a l re, (N a
Amat rLThe survivor will meet the.210 pounds, primarily because he .
Slloveoonel whon^ the uhad been cooped up aboard ship than his phyaicl condition, how-
~ ousnvs FoA tiMae-of wn for eight weeks on a naval cruise ever,t. asw t tat Woody bao es
as rorm title onayin the Little ord just prior to the opening of pract- aa r- esgneate mteI onens to ai-
Steret itdce. Soon after toe sweating out corp &Ae a- e avan ages- of
f aul S ers, period began, he fractured the toe T sin- quarroaergc uption
.Owens had a 17-9 record this m le tmner O .hist whowingp( ~s
on, while Lehman posted and, an injury that would not style requires considerable
DENVEB -(NEA) A new Leman poted anve slowed down anybody but a spe o hn manvsouaTy 0l te
ype of foul cile will be used a I. passing quarterback. quareroaas waumc, ullt roupae-
thg Nanion'al industrial ord a 5-0 While borton as fighting t h y, .orsi never po"esseu n u
The-foul lane itself has en h lmma of the wouned digit, Oer ee has looked better than
changed into a half circle eit. pLtcahIg Saturday night bat then understudy Dave Leggett who he u ever man%. .VerhW
fee .- m g, .n a ,Chiefs evene the series Sunday undertudy Dave Legg.tt, who he n ever ioocmus. -em bOrjK to
.feet from.the sgoa. a lwtla I tlmh In s.u gatme stepped in last year, tightened his uiae rp.Br opun woere .,e
natelyth E three men fro s o o t 'sam qeuaobr auat e s es r a nnin g tie ior-
..... .... .d .. ..d played in a tod rat r o. nt . .. b gqus s en me ior-
throwmplayer sf wMi tine ecuw pha sar A., wa u A Y, re c-anwitiouse
team, on this bal eicle*. rores Andy Theis of tyhtk, wim tae o ieCurs a au W d Iane-
T givesplo y pl of both ldes A crowd of 4,152S, the l baFAdTergei ofs Ny-ot, k, w, ao, a e ao u i- c
an req chance to .grb a freeof1 the playoffs, watched andA ndy Cuov ichIn -oc- co ,A taa minu. emuS -
row o u t prved b y leaps and-bounds. Iaingm'' e io- u out an a ot
_Royals a2ltughe he needed hoel p WI rr Bortn no-- o eva o nr
SfroIm Jack Lrath. LOen a r u ar lann ,mlgeb.
gu h saute nm to ato p Montreal eighthwhen Bob Bo wmian s in 4 H aW ldaus # Paingd
Aft" MCI Whbtan and Den and soared on a double by gen.a, u beouaa Ume u6r t a
% bit home runs off LJoeLanett Black was the lower. A" n "- censa uy, wm b he,
Eorn I n th eighbth. The lieoesor: r: 9 aaWeSatm sa 01 "u4y cawcu-
3f acksParm e frt (B .-o-t 4 evea) Mgwe Un neema m I te op-
306 15 110 rt01 for Montreal Bracue u M- 9 10 U-3 1
Sand-au r M wsed for a P Ul Montreal 00 -2 7 4 .U until- a &W day ago did
hitter In the seventh after Wg- Meyer Lor th an) and on- esen gt bo any action. Tn
iw P ito sae two rmn nett; lac. gens (8) and C. ft was entintb a 1iasive line.
ens Mek S lrWaWe f r Tegampmo. WP-Myere. LP-- backer, a spot s spasled in as
R ua. i allmoin the destsme -11 7 e0 R=-D. Thom pso, Whit- a rs aun spar 1 in
rtacuse raIn st e top of $a1 man rules. He hasnt a R


fensive work since the early days
this fall.
John Borton remains one of the
great passers in Ohio State his-
torybut whether he.can come on
fst, '. ugh't, Oust eggett Thils
auid 0kulovich is another ques-
tion.


Football


SOUTH
Florida 13, Ga. Tech 12
Baylor 25, Vanderbllt 19
Alabama 12, LSU 0
Tennessee 19, Miss. State 7
Tulane 13, Memphis State 13
Ole Mis. 28 Kentucky 9
VPI 32, Wake Forest 0 ,
Auburn 45, Chattanooga 0
N. Carolina 20, N.C. State 6
Virginia 27, Lehigh 21
Georgia 14. Clemson 7
VMI 16, Geo. Wash. 14
8.W. Tenn.-Shurtlef, cancelle
Shaw AFB 20. Eglin AFB 6
Rand-Macon 31. Newp. N. Ap 7
E. Ky. 26, Middle Tenn. 0
Davldson 19, Stetson 13
Nat. UMC 13, How'd (Ala.) 6
Em'y &H'ry 0. Carn'n New'n 0
Staunton Ac. 7. Hargrave 7
Marshall 19. Morehead 7
W. Ky. 24. E. Tenn. St. 6
Abile Chris. 13. PSU 0
Appalachian 27. W. Carolina 7
Troy State 19, So. Georgia 0
Jax State 14. Maryville 0
E. Caro.7. Lenoir Rhyne 68
The Citadel 21. Elon .1
Newberry 13, Catawba 8
Wofford 33, Ala. State 0
Nw. of La. 22, Lamar Tech. 13
EAST
So. Carolina 34. Army 20
Duke 52. Penn. 0
Dartmouth 27, Holy Cross 26
Navy 27. Wm. & Mary 0
Princeton 10. Rutgers 8 -
Brown 18. Columbia 7
Colgate 19. Cornell 14
Yale 27. Conn. 0
How'd U. 14, Balnb'ge Navy 0
M'time A'my 9 N'wp't NTS 0
W. Maryland 25. Dickinosn 0
Rhode Island 14. Maine 7
Lafavette 26. Albright. 0
Trinity 38, Williams 0
Upsala 43, St. Lawrence 0
Wesleyan 14, Middlebury 6
Cortland 20, Buffalo 6
Amherst 32. Colby 12
Hobart 40. Wagner 6
Carnegie Tech 6, Westm't 0
W. Va. Tech 20, Potomac St. 8
Indiana (Pa.) 28. Grove C'y 0
Tufts 14, Bowdoin 7
Norwich 18, Bates 6
Vermont 14, Union 14
Olenville 7, Shepherd 7
Delaware 40. Westchester 6
Clarion 46, Edinboro 19
Springfield 14, Northeast'n 13
Mass. 32, Amn. Int. 27
Wash. & Jeff. 13, Denison 13
E. Str'burg 19. Mlllersville 0
Thiel 19, St. Vincent. (Pa.) 6
Morris Harvey 34, Otterbein 7
Nat. Aggies 7, Kutztown 7
Syracuse 28, Villanova 6
Heidelberg 20, Mt. Union 14
Geneva (Pa.) 0, Waynesburg 0
Boston U. 33, Brandeis 0
Boston Col. 12, Detroit 7 :
Hofstra'.13, Scranton 6
N. Hampshire 37. Bridge't 6
Bucknell 37, Muhlenberg 13
Shippensburg 23, Lock Hay. 0


Results

MIDWEST
Notre Dame 21, Texas 0
Northw'tern 27, Iowa State 14
Iowa 14, Mch. State 10
Penn. State 14, o Illla 12
Purdue 31, Missouri
Valparaiso 20, Ind. St. 13
Olivet 20, Hope 6
Mich. Nor. 32. Hillsdale 13
UCLA 32, Kansas 7
Wisconsin 52, Marquette 14
Minnesota 19. Nebraska 7
d Ohio State 28, Indiana 0
Ohio U. 12, Xavier.(Ohio) 0
Wash. (Mo.) 58, Mo. Mines 14
Ohio Wesleyan 33, Rochester 7
Bradley 34, Ill. St. Nor. 13
Carleton 14, Knox 7
Kansas State 21, Wyoming 13
Cen. Mich. 25. W. Mich. 19
Taylor 12, Rose Ply 7
St. Jos. (Ind.) 33, Depauw 13
Earlham 20, Manchester 13
Hanover 20, Anderson 7
)eflance 7, Adrian 6
Rimpson 20. Central (Mo.1 0
W. Ill. 28, St. Ambrose 18
Wayne 13, Lo4lsvllle 0
Aug'tana (I11. 18, Carthage 15
Is. Wes'an 28, Central (Ia.) 20
Mo. Valley -6, N.E. Mo. 0
Kan. Wes. 21, Bethany 0
E. New Mex. 14. SW (Kan.) 7
Cen. Okla. 33, NW (Okla.) 13
Cone. (Neb.) 19. Westmar 18
Tarklo 31, Culver Stockton 8
Concordia 28. St. Mary's 0
Hamllne 34. Wartburg 14
Bethel 18, McPherson 13
Mnt. St. 14. Colo. Mines 9
Colorado 46. Colo. A&M 0
Wabasb 4. Albion 0
Eureka 7. No. n. 1. 6
Ill. Wesleyan 25h, Eimhurst 0
Wooster 31. Allgheny 0
W. Colo. 26, Oslo St. 2
Carrll (Mont.) 7, Westm'r 7
Milwaukee St. 7, shkosh 7
Platteville 14. Jane Pt. 13
Dubquue 7. Upper iowa 6
John Carroll 33, Bald. Wal. 13
Wittenberg 12, Akron 7
Kalamazoo 19, E. Ill. 7
Cincinnati 42. Dayton 13
Bluffton 12, Findlay 6
MuskingumL 42, Marietta 6
Miami (0.) 46, Bowling Or. 7
Western Res. 12, Toledo 7
Ashland 40. Kenyon 0
Ind. Cen 26. Franklin 7
So. Tchrs. (SD) 16, No. Tchrs. 7
Jamestown 40, Bethel 0
St. Olaf 13, Lawrence 6
Alma 19, Ferris 12
Ball State 27, Millikn. 7
Beloit 20, Lake.Forest 6
Wheaton 13, No. Ill. 8
N. Dakota 39, Augustana 0
Coe 52, Orinnell 0
Eau Claire 13, Whitewater 8
Moorehead 20, Bemldjl Tch. 7
NE OkT. 6, Empori*'0t
wlchi '32, UtaBh Wu
Centre 9, Wlmington 0
Capital 34, Ohio Northern 0


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r WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP)
tdenta bein ron Cutr "Let the people know the truth and the
..tkn are.gettinj an oxtra heavy
0d0s. ofthe Conla nist Party
aie lh fall. TWENT-KNIlTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., MOND)
S The medium is aew English
1exthoW printed )i- oscow and
ecen icked V a Helsinki
fl-t-a 7 of "Thik a my dog. n
.dy doar name is over,". theS e te
t-tudea are gett sentences.
.'"uch Afthis, to t~slate:
"Wetsve in the flet Union.
In oar.i untry the working peo-
'lie Arqn power." Then things e c| W'
*i 1is age of the decline
*id gtay of capitalism, the, ,
odclal- ontrasts of the system WASHINOfTON, Sept. 27 (UP) thy had "committed grave
:bane 0An the exploitation of The WasmtWs\commlttee re- etror.", .
Inan *-. man stan4 out Clearer commendid ty that the Sen- "He manifested a h Igh hde-
th yer. Wealth and poverty, ate censure Ben. Joseph R. Mc- ree of irresponsibility toward
uu #ad rags, extravagance Carthyon two counts. the purposes of the statutes and
md rvwtion--siub are the It recofivetended censure on executive directives prohibiting
poles of capitalist these charges the disclosure to unauthorized
vast of trasts are persons of classified informa-
Sgreat the land 1) T h at McCarthy was in tlon 6r information relating to
par.hd Britain." contempt.of the Senate when the national defense," the com-
ocabulary of new words he failed to appear before a mittee said.
dntencounters early in- 1951-52 elections kubcommlt- However. on that charge the
Iboss, capitalist, defend, tee that Investigated his fi- committee also found that
S exploit, power. party, nanes and other activities. matingg circumstances are
,ess.system. '2) That he abused Brig. Gen. such that we do not recommend
rate the diom "from Ralph W. Zwcker, rm censure on the specifications in-
on" the Russian teacher commanding officer o rCamp clenure in categ teema de
*Itw sentence which declares KIlmer, N.J. The six-man committee made
it iCommunist China "pow- The committee found that Mc- its recommendation in a unani-
'ttm now on' belongs to the Carthy in failing to appear be- mous 68-page report to the Sen-
w on belongs t ore a Senate selections subcom- ate.
o lea the use of more mittee which investigated him On the charge of abusing
.a n match for.' students two years ago, was "contemptu- Senate colleagues, Including
an a w match forviet stud ous, conttmacious, and denun- Sen, Ralph Flanders (R-Vt.),
y around w ith "Soviet sol- ciatory, without reason or jus- the committee alsofound that
herom and military pro- itification and was obstructive the evidence "does not con.
lety loved 'more than a to legislature process." statute a basis for censure."
ath tor'l ose of the Hitler The censure committee also The committee did say, "the
an d.I found that McCarthy's "con- remarks of Sen. MoCarthy con-
Othet examples: duct" in inviting Federal em- cerning Sen. Flanders w e r e
EdAcation, American style: ployes to supply him with clas- highly improper." It added, how-
rtudents in the United States stfied or confidential informa- ever, "the committee finds that
do not know what they will do tion "cannot be condoned and they were induced by Sen. Flan-
ftpr they gradate-... at best, is deemed improper." ders' conduct in respect to Sen.
y will work D0 waiters...or However, to give the Senator McCarthy." McCarthy had call-
tret, sweepers. Their prospects the benefit of any doubt the ed Flanders "senile."
rdp the caplttlist system are committee said on that count it
t f hoPeless. "does not feel justified in pro- The Senate will return Nov. 8
2lEucation, Russian style: "The posing... censure." six days after the Congressional
t ov Union is'the only state On the charges of making elections, to vote on the com-
At'e world where universal public the contents of a clas- mittee's report.
S has been complete sifted document, the censure The U.S. Senate has cen-
L committee found that MeCar- sured only three Senators.
Sens.lBnjam1-9in Rya -n Tiiman


iA iu0. ltle oisben ucensurea
Sens. Benjamin Ryan Tillman
and John Lowndes McLaurin,
both South Carolina Democrats,
"for abusive and provocative
language and engaging in a
physical altercation" on the
Senate floor.
The third Sen. Hiram Bing-
ham (R-Conn.) was censured in
.. v... orogU- -into ae


\ 11291 f for having brought into a
''HINGTONN, Sept. 27 (UP) the page school in the Library closed session of the Senate fi-
-Aatm, 14-year-old boy with of Congress with the other boys nance committee's meeting on a
)i- grin checks in for work for two weeks., tariff bill the assistant to the
iat the Supreme Court He is in the tenth grade and
other* he will spend the next is studying history, biology. Eng-
-or he justices.' ting along fine, according to the
Months r ning errands lish and mathematics. He is get-.Navy rlayers
SThe lad is Charles V. Bush, the school director.
8-tt Negro to be a court page A page boy's life isn't easy.T Holl TrAlou
d the first to attend the Cap- Charles must leave his home I
page Ahool. at Howard University, where his
Swill be setting a precedent father is an educational direc- F Ag is
ta. fittin place. Only last tor, at 5:80 a.m. to be on hand For 'MyJ lAnIs"
M n.trtithe.court handed down for his first class at 6:30 a.m. Try or
ic decision outlawing After school he works six hours Trou for "My ThreeAngels
-,-on in the Nation's at the Capitol and the Supreme -e e and 1am Spewak com-
Covrt. edy which will be produced by
B'Bt Charles isn't impressed or Id daunted by the long day, the Navy Players will be held
wor-red about precedents. "I'm Charles said he can't wait for tomorrow, Wednesday and
-kicT forward to the job," he the basketball season when he'll Thursday nights beginning at
reporter. "The only thing have to practice for several 7:30, at the American Legion
10 Igo pretty, tough." hours after work. Club at Ft. Amador.
As page, Charle will make At the moment the youth has The three-act comedy, which
3*4 than $2000 a year. When his sights set on being an elec- enjoyed a successful run on
tho.stices open their 1954-55 trical engineer and attending Broadway, will be directed by
tr Qct. 4, he will be one of Massachusetts Institute of Tech- Deac Millar.
r, clad in tradlonal dark nology. There are three female and
Sto help them o to their seats. But his father, Charles 1 seven male roles in the play, and
S W n the court is in session. Bush, said that perhaps young the public is invited to attend
-os sit behind the bench Charles may change his mind tryouts.
y to supply documents, after being around the court for "My Three Angels" Is schedul-
a glasses of water. awhile and decide to be a law- ed to be performed early in No-
has ben attending yer. vember.


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By Colleagues
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president of the Connectetut
Manufacturers ASsocition. '
Censure of a Senators In-
volves no actual punishment,
other than expressing the
sense of the SMte that the
individual's eonElft& deserv-
ing of condemnation.
Here is the txt of the recom-
mendations made. tfhe Seat
by the special six-maf commit-
te.
For the reasons and on t.he
facts found in this -p1rt, the
select committee recomnds:
1) That on the charges in the
category of "Incldeqxt of con-
tempt of the Senate of a Sena-
torial committee," the Senator
from Wisconsin Mr. McCarthy,
should be censureL4
2) That the charges in the
category of incidenta of en-
couragement of Uilted States
employes to violate the jla and
their oaths of office or execu-
tive orders," do not, under all
the evidence, justify a reolu-
tion of censure.
3) That the charge in the
category of "Incidnts Involving
receipt or use of e0fidential or
classified or other confidential
information from executive
files.' do not, under all the evi-
dence. Justify a resolution of
censure.
4) That the charges in the
category of "incidents Involving
abuse of colleagues in the Sen-
ate,' except as to those dealt
within the first category, do not,
under all the evidence, justify a
resolution of censure.


5) That on the chases In
the category of "Incident re--
iating to Ralph W. Z*Wiker, a
renera officer of the Army of
hhe United States," the Sen-
ater from Wisconsin, Mr. Mce
Carth should be ensured.
6) That with reference to the
amendment to Senate resolu-
tion 301 offered by the Senator
frdm New Jersey, Mr. (H. Alex-
ander) Smith (R). this report
and the recommendations here-
In be regarded as having met
the purposes of said amend-
mnent. (a).
7) That with reference to the
amendment to Senate resolution
301 offered by the Senator from
Connecticut. Mr. (P r a s c o t )
Bush' (R), that an amendment
to the Senate rules be adopted in
accord with the langua pro-
posed in part VII of this report.
(b);
.The chairman of *the select
committee (Sen. Arthur V. Wat-
kins. (R-Utah) is authorized in
behalf of the committee to pre-
sent to the Senate atoreate
resolutions to give eat to the
foregoing recommendationsm
(a) The Smith amendment re-
ferted the censure resolution to
the special committee with4n-
structions to investigate and re-
port thereon.
(b) Sen. Bush sponsored a
long list of amendments to Sen-
ate rules to insure "fair play"
at Senate hearings. The special
committee approved a separate
resolution to make four changes
In Senate rules.


RELEA 1 tEPORT Sen. Arthur Watkins (R., Utah), chairman
of the special Senate committee investigating censure charges
against Sen. Joseph McCarthy -(R., Wis.), is shown above going
over the report with Sen. Edwin Johnson (D., Colo.) tn
Washington.


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SCARBOROUGH, Eng., Sept.
27 (UP) Dr. Edith Summer-
skill told a cheering Labor
Party conference last night she
had invited the premiers, of
Russia and Red China to visit
Britain next year.
Dr. Summerskll, who was
minister of national insurance
in the former Labor govern-
ment, said she told Premier
Georgi Malenkov and Premier
Chou En-lai they would "re-
ceive a welcome from at least
half the electorate in the coun-
try."
Speaking as Labor leader
Clement Attlee tat at her side,
she said she extended the in-
vitation when she, Attlee and
six other Laborites visited be-
hind the Iron Curtain this sum-
mer and met the two Premiers.
The Labor Party hopes to
regain control of the govern.
ment next year,
Attlee smiled when she made
her announcement and the La-
bor followers cheered. She said
she had made the Invitation
In her capacity of prospective
chairman of the Labor Party.
Attlee, who followed her on
the speakers stand, told the
group the only alternative, to
peaceful co-existence with com-
munism was "World War II."
Dr. Summerskill, who receiv-
ed a bouquet of flowers from
Malenkov during the Moscow
visit, said neither of 'the two
Communist Premiers "refused
the invitation."
"Mr. Maleakov said with a
twinkle in hil eye 'If I agree
could you promise me a
visa?'" she aid
"I said to him that unfor-
tunately we are not yet the
government but we probably
shall, be next year," she sd.
Dr. Summerskill, who also
served as prallamentary secre-
tary to the Ministry of Food
in the Labor government; said
she asked British Ambassador
Sir William Hayter it he would
Issue a visa for Malenkov-and
"he solemnly assured us he
would."
'tT4s visit ea only become
a reality with the coopera-
tion of the Churchill govern-
ient," she said.
"Let us hope the government
will recognize the great :oi-
tribution to mutual understand-
ing that a.visit of this nature
would effect. I regard It s
sch. an important meeting."
Attlee told the confet*
"either you are going to hate
co-existence or you will hal
war."
"The opposite of co-existence,
I suppose, would be co.deth.
Ifyou have another world war
with hydrogen bombs yeo are
going to break down civiliza-

"What we saw in Moscow
convinced us of the possbility
of co-existence," he saIld.


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