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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00863
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hurricane lnteuslty of i mph the west at 12 to 14 mph during the by the Industrial Division were -- .
sA olemn high requiem mass Weather Bureattsld. next at hours and to increase in nearing completion today and it NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UP) -.41 i*
will wbe held at St. Mary' Cuch The preset course of the attorm size ad intensity," the advisory was expected that It could be
SBalboa at 9 a.m. oWednea- would carry it toward the south- said. tested well before the scheduled lternotiona.l Longshoremen's A0esitlon O
dpy for John P. Corrigan4., retr tip Of 7lorIda and Cuba sailing time. workers out on a "qeneral strike" today hem
er of Cana construction, who The Weathr Bureau said air Sm raft long the lower Flor-
DiB 6.0.. Interment at Coronal Cef. owed that a "disturbed codi- were to keep n close oh ha bowe b
eter wll foow on" which had been under ober- with advisories and gale to placed and Indtral Dvon
Mr. Corrlgan, who was alab a vation for the past 24 hours had hurrica winds were forecast for workers were engaged in replac- union, said in a telegram to all tl was
veteran of the Spanlsh-Ameri. "Just developed hurricane ten he soueatrn Bahama tonight g the caring c general trke t ILA.
aon Waeteedn thnea osmei ty." sad toprrow morning. The Industrial Division forces .(The L i
IB 1307 as a sanitary npeter "The hurricane was located the bee tok or Crabl tomorrow, not ewi tr to
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the Pr III Qoqcd, q d CoInterment at Ceereioalwiowed that-"disturbed were ur to keep in close ouch shaft een a blower has been t-d

etetery will fo lon" which had been under ob th of recorder, a nd The Ancon was disabled on ia (Stranded Pana6 Canal employ on
In nr.,tion with the festivities. Costu are decortedwith ae* that no flowers beat. p hut fernf orworkerswereen soathbnd trip when near thep- union, said in a t rm
e baannml-hd asak. lr the.dance,.ther ofthea nl thetdeveloped hurricane shnte slf n th e ou asternh as Btoni ama. It arrived in Hati late travel can return home by elar airservi
n on -totsn Canal Comms4S hi euntn The Ind m trade the tii tobn frces The f are difference. It
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uural eufts Friday evel a.
ocrdidato i police rupwt
Wliamn 3. Schumac year-
old skcnd aistant en-lr, was
found dead a the l his
steroom, (he report atd
Sechtnacher, had returned to the
ship, docked at Balboa, from
shore leave in an intoxicated con-
dition and was last seen alive at
10 p.m., lying on the floor of his
room, snoring, and apparently in
a deep sldep.
The body has been transferred
to the Board of Health laboratory
in Ancon for an autopsy.

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Insg the bar-el b=ha klhthai
the gun acclde kh nilppedt
the branch Iad g d.
It struck the rA "Il
grazed his 4tgh
was near the end of the. 'bl
He lost about one-hliluof an
oft his finger.
After the accident the inJuI
man walked to Oajboa wlI
he receives treatment at tha:
pensary there, but Was
pitalised. A resldet of
Bethaneourt was aleae at 4
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LONDON, Sept. 12 (UP) -.,Brit- "The Romiace Is
li's glamorous Princess Marga- paper said report
ret and handsome divorcee Group ait yesterday "from
Capt. Peter Townsend will not to the Royal houseol
wed, the mass-circulation paper the roma*ne is off
The People said yesterday. "It now seems c
Under the bold black headline will be no marriage

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trled 1 various eledtve offties
a the soaocation during their
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a Margaret and Group Capt.
sen, the newspaper said.
newspaper said: Townsend
old some weeks ago, accord-
to this authoritative report.
Sany expectations he may
enertained about marrying
princess cannot be fufilled.
A senior palace official is un-
stod to have conveyed the de-
a to Townsend in. Brussels. It
S thght best that he should
tld where he stood before his
viit to London last week.
"No official announcement can
be enpeted because the palace
has ai along refused the acknowl-
edge that a W" e was In the
air and Wds.'e ever was
a definite lUlbetween
the prinise -,acas peo-
outsdi ta e pati have come
o believe.
"Prineess Margsrt herself did
ot want to embras theueen
by marriage tt wold flout

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DOING THEIB ACTS-.HBaton-twrlling Sandra Wlrth (lqft). aft
to the Miss America contest Judges in Atlantic City. Audrew VI
executes a vigorous Charleston dance as her contribution to the
beauty pageant's seml mlnals. Miss Wirth reached the fadas bby

Miss America, 1956, May Have led
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept. The new MIu AWM i fatllr., ye.
12 (UP),-Miss America of 1 Porrest A. Rit she Wms
disclosed today she has to wear quite a tombo she
glasses 10 hours a day. But you'd younger and a A today 1
sever know it. she has a sens of -[gh
In fact, ShMron Kay Ritchie, h
the new queen of the nation's When nphot pi
beauties, may even hat -fooled broke during a fe
the judges In 1he week-long con- today, ahe c "I'mA
tost that ended aturday night, homely I broke .
ane wouldn't ay tody wheth- camera." ilM
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N "...ELON mnnK-.ln..- -- Labor .-New .. .. pressionHS .. '
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Pensieo P- Rea uNATivne. JOSHUA POW ERS INC. I O im e_
349 MaDISoN Av. NEW YOn1 171 N. V.

1131 aNON. H n8 .IADV ANE.4o .oV.
ST t FORUM THU READERS OWN COlUMN A bloc of astern Republicans, OR
led by New work's ex-.Goperort" sh. th

Sre-election-and are Just as con. pen Shpainrn t.
vinced that Vice-President Rich. a r baae t a i t.. ,

iron sh ould reti r eorbe
HE-M A L B Xhei.dhsinsowe wilL ten n great eat.Lmh
Ti Mell n b.. n e spea. i m t* randt i of The Paonama ard Nroy should retire, or be AI lsD eJut>
-I muanu useefived gretefully and are bmadled IN a wholly s liewlord th t thepb. ,hurmddlepm it ptid, to
.. ..e.:From deep Inaide the yepiObli-choose. ,.- m. .cp..

.L ue rep t lhl v t-sedsi.le t o a mr e so organizing to drive Dick No O | ra e
Nb Y teelPShte imd torom the Repulifean uatiOal tc PA | was Ur poor T
'of ter wi"u Is heldI I s i ...u .e aene. tat
Their argument is that without b A
HEY, F LLAS! Nixon on the ticket i t will be V1111.Arthhr pie
easier to wrs millions of labor toipeslin n
votes awae from the powerful poW ir to Secretary er Awluewte m t ndelS
feMost married women could be considered as belonging to the litical machine which the merged Isinpia. ms m
tie clma, because of the way their husbands leave them alone AFL-CIO will launch late in De a g g er had b ma eW I tr n it n
e such. Mobt married women are only enjoying life vicari- comber in New YorL This poUieal Ppt thw rk ea a at he
they are ouny presenting. machine will have behind it the e saed out red erm to several thousa a rt
combined manpower and re. with detail s Ir ho w .b.o.w t, a
,,mort every night.I see married men In one of the Clubs sources of sume 15000,000 union oaaa, ias sl the chese gaeawa. t a
l themselves appear foolish and silly by drinking too much, members and the precinct organi- IB n oses, Kraft heIpay to Pre lh P W u
L the wives sit home alone, or with the children. I don't in- nations built cross the land by the the aeeary ovr. Pay, F a
to imply that a man should not, once in a while. go'out highly experienced CIO Political .r. s.tha ne r ites arotoyenw. A-l b eat fe?
the gang on a party even a stag party. I think this la good. Action Committee ana the AFL Giat Food 0t Ar a ol's too Sa su
k a married man should let hbls hair down several times a Labor League for Political Iduca- or BPle, to rd tht ter
perhaps in thi ay he'll appreciate his wife more and tion. _. e .. o e i thac .pers. Al the detahi roater Is abrnowin uMe
that there In nune that caun beat her at anything. Eve: sinera Dick Nixon was e wrv al bytKrafet.n and Almis ao na o ,
booed at the 1953 AFL convention, Amot Sraft customers let In on .ke coe leoeje to- theb Asbs
at I'm talking about Is these every night affairs. I know he has been the target of bitter s the .inf. ealr were J. HeiLnzCo. .. Fraes 's most eiustlai. ,
r oln to say te same thing you say to your wife, "I don't labor attacks. On the Vice-Pr eIi- Stou.r Heitazrant. o Cloa-d. u a tk ao f
C wrong with my sitting l with the boys at the Club dent, you can get unanimity in Stop and Shtop o Broston ai Abe Spnel, be. of IaSS-
w drinks." But did you ever stop to think what your wife labor ranks all the way from o n-.e ,t -aan' of Chipago, ad Dilbert of l a.

SThe good ones (and most re good ones or they'd not be home attitude toward Nixon, int private i 'sb I awed oo ena aca. h .. .
you got there) are lttiog staring at the tour walls? They conversations, was "a contem jay twitted ean ent hsa cretly .
tlng your child or children to oed. They are finally put- ous one." Thn CiO sputters Industry the other day abt e atomic retr
away your dinner now that it Is 1 a.m. it meons the Veep's name. And P -te contributions to the In. We ...
cm~r m o.the AFL has taken some mighty n o^ hv --ternational Trade Fairs. .reat t O-AmeIan newerpea
'They are sitting, thiy are waiting: most 6f them are as faith- blows at hi.. m l Bt oa at mmerce Dept are about to fold. Onela
Sthe day is long. Waitlr.% for what? A drunken slob to stagger So the Mitchell-Dwey o bo n ebt man Robert Waner the oer Cota Rica ..
and fall in bed. The next morning if It were not. for the the GOP is saying, according to mnon the witneai stand, R.oo.ney Harry Truman is be n ua
if you'd sleep all dAy. You' lose your ob, your children would inside reports, tat the Rel. e handed: "I t hatthe Devoe with invitations from e ew
cans' big drive to win il- d Rynold Company, one of head f uro to viit
g111 lions of union votes awa from onr American paint com g his trip abrad a pr
t has the sickening job of getting you out of bed in the the Truman- Stevenson-A rnttv-
ff. How she manages morning after morning to care for cuntion could be givenapnes orao(tnot',, t fe, one-ga n canoseu
e. you and off you go to yoar job. Nis x dr to -on. ce mo Ions' Warner. i Ctho t Poes Cmpa s l a t
The wife site again all day and stares at the w alls. Over Ihe of unin oters todisdain the fyrPETEI ED-er, c on tinued. -o-.rto .ea pu m ie aws da t t
those walls haven't changed much. ear. of the newly merged labor a e sir. oa aleai

wt. 1. p fe as pwonerful dinner, Jabeanee an evenon eeration Is hale Anea-er,"Wonu thdeyonpenr oru. Wreielsec
I th ra wner l n h e e dnsid eGO e weod WASHINGTON (Ne A) lI known to believe that whil e Japan trade to prewar levels, when ein h c o cl rject o Sae Rsi t r
ou manoke It u atoer, 'd not drink any more, you'd the strategists are using to de- spite of all the poe expressions can b up her army over tht was Japan's best customer. In arner.P e an e
k$ home froi then0 Yes, the wife and you will scribe their caMpaign to go over of good will on both sides, the next six years or so, the United spite of these asurneethej The Lousa Sponge Company esma h o r
Sthe head of e Mean and talks between U. .. Secretaryoftate shouldcotinueo furnish ate ot indication W snt a oxof song es?" mpa y ote. torp IP ero mr
rfl evening to th r. Walter Reut er is aggressive. State Jn Foster Dulles and Jap- the ai r and naval defense of Japan. agton that such a development "Yes." uit ont le a t

adt it frae nd thThe Republica n oiy y r tlin s H seO- in 'eprenMinister Mamoru In spite of this, the Se ia would be proved. "You also hd a hair net outlm e a
h d the nights fore i water under the bridge. labor will be sketched n the ra o ShIgenmitsu didn't solve every out- mss on made te th t ni Cosiderablstit Te a tr lre Ath egh te co ain es oa of auen
Truman's Labor Day talk in De- The conference was held without Japan all civil govithe control governments has been going on for 9st air." m
IP d a near. T h n e oe wa tsrosit. The GOP is convinced it will too mudh American .confidence of Okinawa'. y *,no a some time. "' The SquWbb Company sent a e r e
draa near. The dinner old. Those walls are star- gt free time from the networks that the present Ja anse gon agement on this the A indication f how far the Ja- tonthbrush. did t not?"
r e ow. The i the wee hours e morning, you to ply to the former Presdent's meant s very stable.Anyo e want to go in ning back Correct
heS re.It's a vicious circle. plea for all labor to vote for the range assurances on future Japa- tween Formosa Japan is the old superiority in the Far "The Listerine Company sent i
SW. an's I'd very quickly m out a r- Democrats nes policy or actions are there- center of U. S.. i ff the a was given informally in re- o ome tooth paste. Is that c r .e,
S"look around at He Wlyfe .e Am, 41hoe be c ons fore not ery b ar east. 1 to the Korea question. rect", asked the Brookly co ns
h- d. W..one meoM ,pan's', I Jr Jan were all in v

Y1_ .ns ii the boredom of those Nixon. here, o our be A strong Conservative coalition hofor Bfe b.9 someone elk thav ANe' -
fld y e'osignificance in the inal selection this kind would have a clear ma- fe P hoeo aso n President of prew ralers that te
Sh s "paint the tow. Your of a spokesm labor. qhice jority in Japan's 467-inam b a r .he as Ps idnt ofrdreenstu er of ypwer
of th e will mark the Ifirst House of Representatives and 250- itlO de laga- u -
o i spaI behind-the-S1enes member House of Councillors. ti1 l1het S l t al .o t retWlo.o s r s detowo l
ho Ird of ud, a. beautiful and wonderful things but bou ten Nixon and the esJa Klane himself is considered a that s a adu trae whole Iseo as ae fot be a e a M he tou
ou ftp i flti I wife cannot be excelled. He packed ern e likely future Foreign.lister or owf e tJe asongive is mis swant a lot esrom Maa crowded public meeting he n
rIn on. a e than that o tetH-b be, More Whenver bits the Asi-waves wllvePrid e Minister. Hisviewsr owth raso 6siggling than thew w out of the Washing- der, uspi e of dian of
an the flow streams and mountains, derneech yet to aeteore of considerable Im- tetwo coT:tMtalkswithstries. T Dullt.. These swsirD"lsesThusartWrld A r i a Dana r
sLn e meaed. There i noth that she ds ot en be w at t the country has poanc to America. J wai n subst itt a nota mentionedI theg her po rr
a t's all there, yours for the ng in one packge. rosperity, serenity, and security The announced agreement for trade partle omlarlyolrngos comeinwaDiqe. kSrt:1.o or the r "% rcu n ea i.t
Su y aehmsmnhadi thwe aus of President Eisenhower. future consideration of progressive of raw material like It is believed that the 'Japanese h. e n mp r
In a direct reply to labor's withdrawals of American forces coal and Iron, of which Japan has will be back again asking for ,Vjwex aj DO bINin an e is cha try ha.t r atari-
S o't wait up. Most likely some guy like me y- charges that "Big Buasionss" aod f m Japan will sound good to the none. more of what they didn't et tide o o Mr. s em sadw lif and r w as try to
S- has dropped by who appreciates the waiting wives heavy industry riun the pad y, the Japanese people. But It doesn't tell The Japanese s aid the would time, until they have compete In t o t ye r.Wot t' edw n le itd pas gl ry
of paint we'll take along Will be la big one. White House and the nation, the the whole story. not export strategic mater all and dependence and a free hand to do U reet- von a refer tow lis visit
thGOtPoe over. GOP strategis wlB ayft tat r labour Se re tary General KUis R they hiad no desire rto build pWhiasthey pase In Asia ones more. 46 w ta e d s ud del o etpr-
hasdonebetWhor tphreiatesotr hasdon ter tn sy oe rc a.witIiue'
-ird-One Who Appreoates HnIS Wife. sent of the c ai uBrams salem said "I have iome

wag ers nd w thae highest higet TYPEWRITER Over. Bearing & Cross?" who both spelled their nameB TPra giant merger, eptctlUd uSn- try by mtans of the army. The

__ n at on bek On his program, Bert Parka ties keep up e U.S. will have tol

S We've a complete line of Towle -Iat r. E"isenwer-II' -- -n gwr Martin Schwab re- asked a young couple: "How long build more highways -
Paena to show yu... each t a npeal and will IsweeMP e lays te o w e about the Broadway have you been married?" And more cemeteries.
?b*I, a*p y coats n ~However, the utasear of gitrl ort asked a prett "Eight and a half," she edited. When we were a lad the quip l
Aad Toile, _rprUagly. costs no h bor sectr oon raty blaie girl for a 'dance. "What diftmence does a half a went: "There's no sueh thing as a
awltll M olinUay stu tln. Tes- I the maer-d A -iTO wi e year make?" teased Bert. little larl.e."
oo itart 3 .3. Useriving pieces ting up millions of Aoars nthe As they mambod, he sueeed "Wel," wa the reply, "we hav We ow a fellow who t di-
t. 2.9 and ix-pce place et- l- .thousands iofmen oand her, cooing: "You're beauu.l" la little girl .'"." covered there's no such b as a
lags ata3plc7e. precinct gamut the GOpand On the second squeeze he said:- Right out of all the old Joke little lipstick.
-- tS mbaat they ou be challeed or "..You hai a gorjias shape.,' books and Reader's Digest. -
conteuil of the labor Vote. F ally h gase : "Look, I thls Ov eard at a hotaellobbyti t
That's the way it will be. Is my last night., have to go back IrvingH offman overheard it am tand- "What is 'Cat On a N T ...
1-------- in the . mornmg., ,," a busA, dle-aged wolf .ok the e all about?",
If you get a bil younthinkMA To which she baby-stared: "I'm seat next to a girl and askedM uhb, it's about a SUM
imI counterfeit, fold t1op.h(eclag as fast as I can!" "Where have you been all famly thIt has sometI fl
portraIt n ih-lf? t and match I th a t e g ? w ta ab ot? t
lposit 1half kobilly w t That reminds us of the line about Givi him plenty of the bhk I _oele."
be genuine. Usually ft bad binromacing: "When she starts re- of-h&she iced: "Well, r
Iwi stand out im ina.tY* moving be' earrings you're os and most a@1 I wasn't borad" H" at Renle's: 1st Chorine.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UP)-
Aletieans for Democratic Action
said today Democrats had f a r
miore liberal voting records than
Republicans in the House and Sen-
ate during the first session of the
84th Congress.
ADA, self-styled liberal political
organization, said it based its
naly is of congressional voting
redords on 10 roll call votes, in-
cluding such issues as taxes, reci-
procal trade, foreign aid, public
hosing, statehood for Hawaii and
Alaska abd the Senate vote con-
demring Sen. Joseph -R. McCar-
thy (R-Wis.).
By ADA standards, Senate Dem-
orats supported the liberal posi-
tion 60.2 per cent of the time while
Republicans supported It 13.5 per
cent of the time. In the House the
figures were 68.6 per ce# for
Democrats and 32.4 per ;cnt for
The organization, which usually
suppor.tliberal Democratic candi-
dates for public office, said be-
ceuj &,t4 swLrcitj ol ealls

Highest scoring Republican in
the Senate, by ADA standards,
was William Langer (N.D.), who
supported the liberal position 50
per cent of the time. Thirty-four
Democrats scored 50 per cent or
In the House 58 Democrats
scored 100 pe.i cent while 20 Re-
publicans and nine Democrats op
posed the liberal position on all
key votes. Democratic Ileader
John W. McCormick (Mass.)
scored :00 per cent, while G 0 P
leader .Joseph W. Martin Jr.,
Mass.) scored 44.4 per cent,
PORTLAND, Me. -(UP)- Al-
bert (Doc) Chase, 70, hasn't
missed an alarm in 52 years wirh
the fire department here. Chase
became a firefighter when he was
17. Ht's served under seven

Roque Cobrd orToConducf

Ork In Five Of His Works

Five composition by. Roqu essentially remain concep-
Cordero wil be played Wedg!- tion. The am qvTeMt could ac-

y Orchestra at the National
Theater durin s concert to be
conducted by pht composer him-
Among the five will be dCr-
dero's "Capricho Interiorano,"
which was premiered- by the
NBC Symphony Orchestra of'
New York In 1944,
Writing about Cordero and his
Caprlcho In theL Minneapolis
Dally Times, Graet avles said,
"the voung man ? l, not only a
composer of real reatve talent.
but a conductore'-of rts. He
conducted his &.'Capuo JInterio-
rano' ma -.a l ore minent-
ly e si fni L tve ferl-
lg. n based
on a fPananin folkLtune
with wrlbh create a-atmo-
aphere Wi.tlFly *sM.n here
-a fev ..lntefl ..that stir-
red the aiflence to enthusiaSm."
Another composition to be
conducted. by the young Pana-
manian professor, Is his own
"Movlmniento 81 n f o n leo." of
which Olin Downes wrote in the
New York Timeq:
"It is arresting, if only be-
cause of the modernity of its
style, which stems from Schoem-
berg,- and the organic nature of
the writing. It is frankly disso-
nant in its kind counterpoint
and harmonic scheme, and it is

states now have laws permitting
daytime highway speeds of 60
miles per hour or better. Ohio was
the latest to join the list whn the
legislature overrode a veto from
Gov. Frank J. Lausehe to increase
speeds on the state's road from
50 to 60 m.p.h. The law is effective
Oct. 1, 19'6.

In ,.1m n, -, w Z.W;* -r t n
Cocerito," wLih wtbe per-
formed by Professor Hana Jano-

Giving your week-end hostess
th hour when you expect to Sr-
rive is Important even when yout
are traveling by car. It makes a
lot of difference to a hostess
whether you are going to arrive
before or after lunch or dinner.
If you find you are going to
be hours later than you thought
you can always stop along the
way and make a long-distance
telephone call explaining the


TODAY at the LUX Theatre

SHE BEAT HER DAUGHITER-It was mother against daughter
in the Je '- judging ring at the Illinois State Fair in Spring-
field, Mboh Dandy La Pompe Maid, cow at right, showed she
still had It am she 'walked off with the Grand Champion Jerset.
Female purple ribbon. Daughter Jester Basil is held by Carl
Arnold of Piaa, Ill., at left. Holding "Maid" is John McKitrick
ol Dublin, Ohio. othc.s oer S
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because of lsta B e r. 1ounry d ( 1 months
," 1ite u ic last J year
heatah a .othe quesUM in Vo- h. Not all camne to stay. Of the
vtlber otaj, 237,590 were immigrants and
01 7 were tourists, foreign ofti-
beS a.ry of Ste .0o .hn r ciid.; businessmen and other tern.
di-4Ulettermade' sui .y pbrary visitors. The alien entry
te matter. Dule a i-Ure- or the year ended last
a.Sth"e matter. Dulles jab 30 were 11 per cent o e r
ro that Mr. en d o h previous 12lanoth period.
,l.' proposed amendment Th West Virgah Lawmaker
t. ~sitn's emergency ref ue w atl heads tahe full Judiar
s w, od be a loincal Com ditee, contrasted, what he
S e. awards reformig immi- called the "inaction" of the ~i-
ral statutes. LPresident Truman's veto of one
"It is unfortunate that none of immigration law and appointment
thee amendment was adopted' of a comniasion that made pr-.
in tbe firht sesso of the Demo- poals which were incorporated in
D said. He dec d Xli ore's "Neither President isenhower
In to aU the asic- nor any authorized spokesman for
a n law fre Sep t. I. his administration has delivered a
e' statement and Dulles' single concrete recommendation
ltteramounted to an initial blast for fundamental immigration leg-
afd.:eost e on the Imm ,ra- isiation since takin office in Jan-
missue, w ch appears to uary, 1953," Kilgore said.

ADA Gives Democratic Solons

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Espernmsa Villolbos
Evelyn Mold
Col. Webb

Alcides Morales
Mrs. Feinland
Ralph Jackson
William L. Ross


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18-47 Central Ave.

Faltering Philip!
fhltp's Hfe ts filled with bases.
Wied-weer sI eu and ress he UeS
Ofpai l would f lehis home tke elw.
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uwn. lw up Iaay w e age in par-
liamsatary maneuvers to prevent
the epa discussion and recorded
vete of the Democratic process,"
ADA said. "There were not only
too few roll call votes on the is-
sues on which liberals won or lost
but there were simply too few roll
eall votes."
The report said it would be "un-
fair and certainly unwise to pass
final judgment on the 84th Con-
raas on its record during the first
session" because "congressional
Democrats have undergone a new
experience, that, of being the con-
gressional majority with a Repub-
lican President."
ADA said four Democratic sen-
atorsl-Hubert H. humphrey
Mima., Estes Kefauver Tenn,.Her-
bert H. Lehman (N.Y.) and Pat
McNamara (Mich.) .- supported
the liberal position in all key
votes. There were no Republicans
in this class.
On the other hand, ADA said,
19 Republicans and one Democrat
.-Strom Thurmond (S.C.) op-
posed the liberal position on all
key votes.

"KISS ME DEADLY," the gret pre-release of today at
the LUX TheaLre, IJ the third novel of Mickey Spillane fea-
turing his redoubtable private eye, Mike Hammer, to be
brought to the screen, and this reviewer wants to go on
record as saying there Is as much (if not more) blood, guts
and sex In this rousing film as there were in the other two.
In this film ralph Meeker, star of the Pulitzer Prize win-
ning play, "Picnic," make, ultra-violent Mike Hammer. With
him are inany dames (er, pardon us, women) all luscious,
all lovely, all lovable, and all equay scorned by Mr. Ham-
mer. The three v ho feature most prominenty in this tale
of mayhem and murder are Maxine Cooper as Velda, Mike's
ever loyal secretary; Cloris Leachman, a girl who is picked
up by Mike, later murdered, and Gaby Rodgers as a pert,
sexy suspect. Advt.


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4 4 Double
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Don't be staggered
Onlngq bid. Some. ex
weak' twobids, to sho
It lm a hand that is
"th an opening bid.
louth naturally pas
it niilta u al ro l-.

WU Walter Winchell
(CentBlBfai from Pae 9)
'That I'm earning my income tax '
As fast as I can?
RiJ -Peggy Lee ,
One of the Russians visiting mid- .
west farms as a guest of the U.S.
OBT" was being interviewed Jut as the.
Service a.nr. pages reported that Marlyn
Monroe was planning to visit Mos-
cow. b II
2 "What," asked the newsman, -
"d3 you think about Marilyn Mon.
2 roe's visit to Russia?"--- _
"I haven't," was the oeds re-.
tort, "seen her farm yet." *
r (D) Grace Downs, who runs a school
for models, advised one: "A worn-1 **
KJ1093 an should continue to keep her, .....
e nails groomed even after her' ..
2 groom is nailed.' I
Elena Fancera ("Miss Italy") is *
!quoted: "I don't speak English, ,, "r-.
so it is hard,for me to talk to your
S5 men. I talk with my eyes and ---
hands and they talk with theirs. I
vul. am surprised that they can make
North [their desires known so easily to
Double ImYou'd better shut those old eyes
34 of yours up!
Pass The Torch: When you've got no-
where to go but to sleep and
V Q that's impossible.
When another guy has made you
just another guy. "She wouldn't let me mow i
y East's Headline: "Truman's Memoirs in the
perts use Debut in the Fall." --
w a strong So (ho-hum) does the new Phone ...
not quite book. I
ssed and Doggy Deal
mfz Ilan ki

- qunu property pasea aso.
knew that his own hand
n't worth an opening bid and
it his partner's hand wasn't'
oth a normal opening bid. This
pbination seldom adds up to a
Ihe, so there was nothing to be
Wed from bidding.
rth naturally hid to take
ne action with his very power-
hand. He doubled for a take-
, and South made the normal
pUnse of three diamonds.
rest accepted the "push" by
ag to three hearts, and now
rth had a problem. Game in
monds seemed rather unlikely.
ath had beer. unable to respond
spades, but this meant only
t South didn't have four or more
dea. It was still possible that
t'ad three spades, in which
wame might still be made at
t suit. Rence North made the
t- ..g q attempt of three

his bid gave South a problem.
ith was aware that North might
a a weak Ave-card or six-card
t. It wac possible, however, that
t hadl a very strong spade
t and had been intending to re-
in des no matter how South
to the takeout double.
or some thought South came to
un t an- m eM nd uO.ssifl

' aIly uamakabib contract West's
Double gave South a chance to
-ape.wheeup WeVet doubled
rmth nabe lisg'oatract epas,
and actay ly auian soovertick
itr very lhandsoie scorp, W
u, smf have made a oftf about
Points ift Jbe had pased at
truM.t ,spades.
BEWOOD, la. (UP) -
dagtood bualnissmen get away
from their desks and co bine out.
ya' they clean up nearby Blxby
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ACROSS 7 Many fancy
1 Irish are
7- hound shown at dog
13 Freebooter shows
14 Abrogate 8 Evening
15 Eaten away *)
16 Penetrates a Qualified
17 Morning 10 Driving
moisture commands
I 18 There 11 Household god
many breeds 12 Otherwise
of bro s 19 Regret 3
of dogs 21 Hinders
20 Compass point22 itter vetch
21 Strips, island 2And (Latin)ch
of trees 23 And (Latin)
of Patriaeesrch 24 Closed cars 5
28 Honors i 25 EncOurage
28 H donors 26 Dog fanciers 4
32 Heavy shoes -- ther 4
33 Profound -- their 4
S34 Cr of animals
4 baccy hnals 27 Portal 4
35 Mediterranean2' Lampreys
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40 Assault
41 Thoroughfares
43 Palm leaf
46 Entire
47 Pronoun 17 .
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31 Petty quarrel
35 Witticism
17 That thing
38 Expunger
39 Unit of
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13 Japanese
14 City in New

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47 One who
48 At this place
49 Essential
51 Dine
52 Route (ab.)
54 Negative
65 Devotee

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By i(O., RI-WttnmqC red college Oe, I did I was still
Sa littlegu."
'fKJw V la*t, R a ft e GOSH, muttered afe. "Does
b .0"ut-fiqm i tery aasuing mother know whit you did?"
-Laa Thstan term that "She -just remember .. I went
ITSataB Aback to school" a father told
Noody ac them. So, a him. "For I had a great guy for an
few ida. lar At te attacked old man, too. So when I wrote and
h~ftWflO l A ..g home with asked him. fr another chance he
Aitq a ptly4 'Dad, said, 'O.K.' AnM he said something
I -a te u :-a rotten showiag I else, too."

SW eONfj St = t 'w. Fra W ,nots.o t you. rI' ~ 'ot "What?" Rafe asked. "What,
hivemetr i j craiso ng,.Jr., le cut out to r.fd away at engine0r- dad?"
-te-r.Mrrr-s *( d .Wt-oi .R at. -. Sa.urrIor t"t .b'te ''eBroute img hiUl q iway..e- go a- "He said to me,' his father told
LA Javen, Ce wat. at I a Shtl'F is a alob him, "Boy, start taking better
Sltet lb ,aaare I care of yourself. It's very easy for
'L. ..-. .t .S.5 u-- du1 t want yhu you've got..All I the son of a great guy to decide he
ri~R ~ 'f W~*d~d eher .trMrs. hr '1 nMr. d 'a't-Js ieoult-of clothes wants to be. a Itfle one. The thing
Md. is rjs.Im s rancasuco a of Ut of and three squarepra day. Honestly, is, you're seein& my big years,
hdt.,.,p '"- o=,,3IU. M A' w ,,,,e d. I belevigyouanthave yours."'
a l. um ,ee, I A r. ddH.." son Dn't letthmo scare you into
nto- a.' wer. .-- At Pareqell.at t His father swung the ea, over to With rare, Rafe avoided looking
ovie in Pam i wer.n Capt. A.l i viavg .uck of o n un e,4uae wy atdations be.- the gass along the road. Then heat his father. "Cripes" he said.
S.d.ate i ,ner ISMand LA. Lt A. ,. Liviangbx of Colon ,ng* p-.a. weg jar4t -, Bougan said quietly, "Rafe,. would you be shakily. *Well, what do you know?
t tOlR ;M .m&'Gqd Ctma. ret-med w.--.- -randam,-ro t10 e e. wam tellin meg4hat I'm a great guy, h ," dad 'cSrS T thnks"
elveim IEIU 0a W and .If" n NUe minf ter.ano Bou. by d a m'mnce?" nt "It'sal t t'",his fsthe' said.
rw other fries summ .ent. vnaScotm, son'ga toe miab ief a p ian. e m m,..AF. ATitER tmamet, R. Rafe, his "All men hive to get straight on
i lSK'lr W-r. <. 4 e w .eo*- | ewrabt g, #~a Wa.- atmch. voice, souding curiously young, t, 'What a great guy my dad .isl
Vt5a" ;' -- e e u p ~i'~ 'uW '"'W you#"re1" --g"UO : Wa"t a great guy my dad is'
.can e nt y '1te t*sa a .adorgea~y."W you r..basinesg".
S s Wives ofT cbrs will gat Ha LookwhLt youcan Rafe graduated from college
Turday tdy forteant anama Golb Ca Mr, lu.teken Machaler wn d You. hl aState urt judge to ti Jun.
e titpe will morp sn tomorrow .ooa, as usual on rI Met ce 'were a dinner last wek. As to mother.." the m
nearb couAtres. Theadays. nmal card games. the f. are. nougan was. r Highway uthort s. m
SAriae Weller, a sister arranged by inelvidual groups preseuht '- a Cantow table. "Yes-well, women:' his father tonst has to be at his most alert
Christian, is a prominent ust erly cede the tea. edoth. said. "Th -thing is, you'e seeing three-lane highways.
of the MexicaW.company. my bi years, so. Has it ever oe-
-- Canal Kmpleyes Return : Mr. Bou an was hoqored.on Sat. eurresfto you that you didn't seev o,,-r_ krr
mUnomce On onartOret Plaue Urday eve g at a retirement par-tny. sweating out the little ones?" GOOD NEWS -
'I SIrt' l Apriving -at Alrook AFB aboard ty given at the Elks Hdme in Bra- Leaking to turn off the ignition, FORD M _RCURT, LINCOLN
..*-Mr. John Litton of 4. elArtebet plate Saturday eight to.: Brook by a large number of he asked, "You've heard myl CAR OWNERS
eve'. bounced the birth ere a group at Panama C nal bis friends and fellow-workers of stories alt the. su$ mpr I work- .
sco-daughter at San- employs ana their kids and kin the Commisasary Division. ad as qle r on a lake fr eighter, Starting next Monday, Sept.
Clinic on Sept. 6. The who were without transportation Mr. Richard L. Sullivan. gener- haven't reu?" 12 our service depsrtrent will
has been named Peggy in New York when the waterfront al manager of the Division, pre- "Sure," said his son enthusiassi- be opened for business as'
Strike idled their Panama Line sented Mr. and Mrs. Bougan with callS. follows:
ship. 'a pair of electric blankets as- a -I quit college to take that DAILY: 7:30 a.m. straight
Movlang From There were 70 persons on the farewell gift from the scores who oiler's job," his-father said. thru 6:30 pn.
to Pari. lht. Thea passenger list was as participated in the despedida. "quit college?" echoed Rafe, SATURDAY. 7:30 .m.
d Mrs. William H. eows: -- stupified. "Walk ed out, you straight tru .1:00 p.m.
both former Isthmians, Robert A. Allan, William Allen, Gene A d. Lepa Detr mean." S1[ VI.P DpPADTMENT
transfer their residence Mrs. Louise E. Allen, Miss Mary Giving ul.ustrated Talk "*Yes." his father, said. "You
werp, Belgium, to Paris, Lou Aien, Miss Margaret Allen, AtJWB-UO0 Tonight see, where a great guy wouldn't COLPAN MOTORS INC.
Miss Florence Allen, Miss Eliza. This evening l't 8:00, an ils- hive needed rules of a run-down Ave. Jos FP de la OaSa 34
irumm, who was the lo- beth Ann Alien, William Arey, Jr., (Continued on Page.4, Col. 1) boiler roon ,to discover he prefer-1 .J. a de '34
ger for Swift and Corn- Mrs. Louise Arey, William Arey -..
'he lived o the Pacific 'll, John Arey, Mark Z. Bran-
oen named gener al don, .t., Mrs. Li M. Brandon,
.him firm's" Ero Pean Michael J. Brandon, Miss Mary .,
Scbhumm er Ann Brandon, Robert.-S. Brandon, I LVI G O M SET
i esnhmm, itat l J. ro.1 Mrasa LATEST MODEL IN LIVING ROOM SET
*6,n Patterson, was a Sherman,' C. Brooks Mrs, Astrea.
t Cristobal High School B. Brooks, Arnold Brodks, Da-
r ntarriage. vid W. Ellis, Mrs. Adelaide U. hl.- ei tin, Elel ant'and Modern!
i-- lis; A. Camille Ellis, Mrs. Edythe S iSTing, Elegant and Modern.
..tfla._ 'Glazer, Ralph R. Glazer Marc J. .
o Glazer, Martin G. ont, Mr.Sectional Wrought Iron Comfort
IMrs Thomas E IOgles-athpine P. o Anthony
ait a few friends for aticmuikas, George iatin, Marga"
.e .' nma Cit rt Martin, Gerald Martin George I
on Saturday., MarUn Elaine Martin, Walter IG.
-'McBride, Edward W. MacKenzie,
Kenneth MacKenzie, Isabel U.
Ma Cataonha. ...son.of Mackenzie, 'Anthony R. N a r d, ,
r;A.s J, Catamsro. ,,Mrs. Eidth Noar, John B. Nelson, '1
baa.returned to. Gaines-Louis PolettU, Ma-m Mary Poletti,
ae ,to e"ter Gs saecond Patricia Poletti Rose Marie Polt-. .. .i..,
Sat. toniershit.herond ts ".Edward .Jae s. ,,'Mrs. By-
-'sl,,LeadesMrsa.dCad Z Rice, J o hdn
mvln M.. O.m..e Schmidt, Mts. Cathe'. Schmidt;1
wreal M. l ainer' h. n o. ulas

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broke ege versitl.
;rech Co 1M Leav
The Commercial attache of the
French Embassy in Costa Rica
and Panama, and Mrs. Boris E-
liachef, have returned to San Jo-
se after a stay in Panama.
Miss Swafford Returning
I T SchaI la States
Miss Pat '8wafford of' Balboa,
datgher of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Swaffor, ist leaving soon to reen-
ter Bob aesa Academy in Green-
Sville, S. C.. This will be her junior
Miss Pahebo
Entertalns for Mrs. Aria
Miss Tit* Pachecoe q Bella Vi -
ta was hostess at a receatAluach-
eon honorg -Mt. Adelf. A ri a a
who is bt fiMg p, with her JIue-
band cr ie. taly, where hea
will msa as Ambassdor t the
Vaticanz .
46 Duque !du /'
To Callfriom
Miss Gabriella Duque, who now
makes her home in Los Angeles,
Calif., has returned after a visit
with relatives, here. 'She is the
daughter- the late Mr. Santisa-
go Xmesr@LDuque, 4d of Mrs. Ar-
gentina Gide Duque, who aSOw
ives in Califoria with ier- augh-
ters. -
Dr. Seabes. aJlwn.,. 4
Dr. Joseph Seadrtr 'i retr-
ed to the eatIl cRty'aterwi ex-
tended -vcaen ain-b.Un It e d
Sites. '.A- .
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Amuadr Wves o Near '
Talk By Laptlarist ,
Mr. Henry Sommerfrund, 'an
expert on precious staes will be
the featured speaker at the regu-
lar' monthly luncheon of the Fort
Amador Offiert Wives' Club on
Wednesday at 1:000. p,m. at the
Army-Navy Club.
In conjusetim with his tal k,
Mr. Sominerfregad will exhibit in.
atrusu ts.- 31 by the lapidarist,
including a binocular diamond
scope, Heibaa also Illaued to ex-
hibit his gem collection, which in-
cludes several unusual specimens,
His explanation of practical points
regarding. selection and quality of
gems should hbe of timd value.
Members ar reminded that
luncheon will be served promptly
at 1:00 p.m. Hostesses will be
Mrs. Ralph Rose and Mrs. Charles
Ritervations. may be made with
Mrs. Lewis Toth, s 82- before
upon tomorrow. 0
'Mr. Soinmerfreund has lived in
Panama for 17 years and is the
oBfer of the firm Mercurlo, S. A.
Paralts Chater, CRo
MNtats'Tf t
wILo W ill Its reg.
OM ea -9Lt the union's
nLsqu it Pariso tonight
ftepoetaif various conferences
held recely wll b given by
the. preads t and oon ple-

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FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac, 62 FOR SALE:-Ge Servel refri- FOR SAlIU-IRedi pbee h ATTINTION 6. M t bqilt
series. Radio and heater, w/w gerator $75, exuellent condition. comblaintie, V.M. hager L moderns furnished apeitments. 1.
tires. Cell albode 4462 or 717. Call 6-483 Gambee. p e-emp. Knight emlpier, 12. 2 bdoee.m. bet, d a water.
./inch speaker. in mahagy -hia Phoan Posmes 5-494!. .
FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile- FOR SALE:- Mahogany dial iet. Phlms 3-44.
91 4-deer s"den, hydramatic, table with sixth heirs, newly re- FOR RINT: -- Mlmedem pait
radio. lest offer. Dr. *lanshaft, finished $95. House 2426., Mer- FDR RENT fatsM eeMand nflwaiehed.
Phone lalboa 2-1255. tin Avenue. Balboa 2-2914. FOK i INM M*ld oervic, a d c Ir ca.Oa .
FOR SALE:-1948 lick Sedan FOR SALE:- Mahogany dining Houl A APARTMINTS.
9$400. Very good condition with room set., 3-sprd record player, 10th Stref, lM i. Coles.
Sredio. Phone 2-2974, 6257-A crib. 766-3 Barneby Street. gal- FOR RINT:-New cheir, three
Ls Rios. boa 2790. bedrooms, living r sm, dq! FOR RNT: Aerfiint. C
room, beotbrom. are, "C be converted lt o ffiei. "0"
FOR SAL:--1952 Ford 2-door FOR gAL:- h y dining del Mp.." sener -+o1f 7 u Street N. 27. AAt fo Sr. Cor-
.sedn. exuclleR.t condition,$750 ron set $_25, couch $15, metel o Pam, CieMimftaIT2 deft.
coah. Phone 2-130 aftr 4 p.m. dreer $7. 0254-C Gambo., monthly. Pm 3 Fo R" - -m
Phone 6-22O. --.- "" -- .,. -. i- FOR RTN:-ei i&dependrt med-
WANTED ,. ,... i FOR RNT:- a al- r e a .Pu Avm
O. Ro sa m any twin dnue-. A-I. Clie 'iSulesm Ne. f. FPh..ne"951.
beds, ...0- $"60 both. Beb 1774-6 i G._ u kei- t FO RE w,4-Ae. -
Automobies Phone 2-4127. -_ Areemem Aiim M 3. nF E 2T. adr.etm-.et.. u pfr-
Auto-ol-i ESORTS faciuA| "C.lle nnbTaeci 2 d or Zdi room, itan, bet
WANTED: Sdn station DRESORTS M.ci ;leue. A I. l, k
wagn, resn miode. for ch. 100 I eswater, smv nt's mm, aa..
Water. Smi.h, 1040 ahles. 0, "' es$115 per month. Camie A. Pew-
Shr panel's f-' InshM d aeeh s on FOR RENT--Moedrn chaIt. 2 res, 41rd Straet No. -.11, oBel

*post Casi Low rates Phone S
Sma nleb ry Casis, Dock Strike mSie: alk Vistao **; 5*r de
petitions for injunctl and 4th Ave. N. 14 -10. Ilor

pe CoF s u h ere ..-.d Illf .
Loses' 2=I ay 16. h Must by furn.he. .n.udad,

HearU b reaCnke 3U-1,73. s-il o-n at4 p-m. today when mont in tie "El S." bulding.
petitions for injuncti.on and 4talJdyAv. N e.14-10. Pe
0In '. lThAeiba Al ,Le io danm aies are to be hear'ln Su- Infoermation phone 2-5l20.

Troronto 00 0;1-: 2" W n Lost nThe union, a parendY at- FOE IdNTs--o-Lar0 l0 dleem
Tornt ._..... ", l "i d S" i- temh Un- to wnestlack fSthe asxtw ,.'b w ytf,100
H...d commison the controlof wa- from hol.. Iuir 9-12N sd
SHavana. ,01 3Fund oHe'e Sub PlWa tst F-F NTH l em pot-i
d m -h er terfront hiring which lost 2-6 Folel.e f a d
Rochester ..,.... l 1 .V. Aanal LaM Ion o through the bi-state legtaton. tel Pehmun. 14 11
Montreal 1B.A... nebo 2 oIlnl LOInI his asked the governor f thee FOR RINT:-2-bredram eapt-
"'-. r -, d--- two states to hear grievlces a- .a-tm oh.t.ifadr e- O. m
YPTiO MAXIA 3BtILTS WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UP)- against the commission or.et up sceenediSn Frncisco Te.-
(10 Innina.. The American L e i n chariedn "mpartial" bodv to-'o ce .. aa.
anetephonem.1464Itvrchar geed
Toronto 10 0 1-2 1 s night the For Foundation-S ome 30,000 long i o--e-en 0
lHavana N 010 000 O 0-1 5 1 Fund for the Republic is under- walked off their Ibo. a 1 t FOR RENT:- -bedrom Ipielt-
Hetki, rCaian (6) and Grif- tmning tha nation'$ security by Wednesday morning tO.aforct neMt, ompltely furmnishd and
fin; Scangttirv *Ad Noble. WP attacking forces of communism. their demand. independent, with Ii balcony
-Crimian. R-Gollat. National L e gion Commnder I ifac ei*s mbassy "nd the
i ,Seaborn P. Collins said the Se-mil. |.L. U -- se. Refrlgeratr, -g steve,. wa-
iMontreal 4ii| heatere, (post- lion-.dollar fund is "trying to pro- 0n .. lr O *ter hetr. Ecuador Avenue., 30.
poned,-rain. Pagndize American s into eev" ,o, ,,.,.. .__....,,
Ing that communism never has FOR RENT:- Ideal opertment;
NNW Y 'eutt. l2_(UPl- been lnd is not now a threat living resin bedm dinette
Thae dif e hnfe this coutry. n to kitchi. Ci SaulM No. 3,
Lto .e.aq iotri into th1e C1 ls o said the fund I.s at. John 0. Marquar nlJiploy next from h Julyv Ave.
4fln 'di theternat-onal tempt,, to make American beI. in the. .ualdul a i ntin PO r.-- e.-.
Legue;na Ig hht when mive ister orices under the ice DiVions, or In years, MifRor:---neyft
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night service. he-m3-479.
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Pet Amnud, Ce uW ZM, TIl-
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Pne Los RiEme 2-44461.
WANTED:-SmoR chlel or Io
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nisthd. Dsired Oct. by rpon-
sibhl Americn couple, chil-
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firm. Phone 3-184.
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4239 so Panom 1-160. Her
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stMrae eo No. 4-17. 5 Avemu,
Ast. 5. Phone 2-1282. \
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size 8. Call lBb 2-1572..

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Ike Thinks More Years Of School Needed

To Match Complications Of Modern Living

DENVER, Sept. 12 (UP)-Pres-
ident Eisenhower,. *paying h I s
first visit to the Air Force Acad-
emy, said yesterday the number
of years a person spends in
school should be increased to
match the complicationss" of
modern living.
In this "complicated life, how
in the heck do you expect to get
people educated in, the same
number of years?" he observed.
The chief exutive appeared
to enjoy himself thoOutghly as
he looked over ths heademy'p

thi edueatfaeial years may
have to be amgtlheped In view
of the complications" of' mod-
ern living.
The President described a pro-
posal by Dr. James B. Conant,
.former president of Harvard
University, as having such mer-
' The Cenant oposal a tbAt
"you should prodce In every l-
cality a two-year junior ollee"
to supplement the local hjg
Theoo r to.
The Prmidet sapeared to

Al' Fdrce Academy caditsa o to
bed at 9:30 Ip.m. instead or i10
pm. as -at West Point becalpe
e felt the Military Academy
cadets did not-get enough sleep.
"I didn't," the Prestdnt MhM.
.The chief executive was Im-
pressed by the number of officer
Instructors who hold graduate
degrees. He said tlie knew. how,
hard it was to be on active duty
and take graduate cormee On.
the side.
"Mv kid got a masle'i dgee
In englishh a.d he sat. had. a
he of a time," resident
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e died wTr, Bo wm_ ainth,,, n- ve +th a C s ., h le charg.. ae ohlastrweek fter learning The Prs ecleden arm1 exp11.e V h *f... ........
a lIP fruench t brqmw r t the head rs
's wept a ferry launch 7 1 00 I 4*Jo a &k o Ca fc 0'rK If W1s tk Shove
G! U w'a. n eon ur. nt ldl e.h i n oeationt loel oh t. e l l It hls s
Bay- pNY the PItd ma? ssu. imathe N'r H i nPeafaIn- h J'A is own acade- pine, but Yo

SMh mrithime bolk and other seC ,*I n P national cventio a ext month r Mar fhrd tiew o n d d ml keep gthe darne o d r w c f

r g cu Jck Criman of meat testing. of Japan; Mrs. Joseph Kahl, of e hi Panama Canal duringrcl the T 'hgh ily eW i. iA er
SWtal on the "Caribbean I- whorelviedsHetklthexth T s ate t int was Germany; Mrs. Raymond Johe, construction period and after- He kovere acnd de the oFervoeh a
I wl be presented by Mr. aed a nthevtor rt to the school law at of Orean New York; Mrs. Allan wardb aged In contract- headquarters, the libraryjects.in the N wc ar bg et to S a

|. E-.r m Dew r af the Dia- w veion. Stan.f rd University to have testi- o r nch, Misses Jeantte and Hel- *ne wrk on the lthhmu. They al clarorooms land a barrack e h sahdown an Friday. a..d fr.e.d. l- the -Uited .. tes.
Inverte t .ourW- .nme of e Montreal- ......n i__ntem.+ rd" 'with &c. NewiYork City.,HermerCfirst .m.
b at te O mon of leading witses coen Maruard of Vineland; and left Panama 10 years ago to and then iewed the 26-an e a St ad .

Sell Lelaerr alu s Ih I hnl ~~~~He fu a 'e hwropagands "e c on- Funeral services were held last burg, Florida. the aI A the drawing course, lie relat- .Ch o

a he fd oftrto a a idred by the Amerian Lio to Thursday and Hiteraent was t In addition to her hbandervice was The President especially glad couldn't keep the darnte el the lbo WB A Fe-
a earitme olie and other daynl ru ibe a ing d f- nsangerous t ueast untrue," Cedar reen Cemetey in Mrs. edde Is ived by a ls-dened the hearts of 29 cadet re raer at 8 ad a ys e Cer, i a
S..pa ebury, too ist ony H cis siaid t on, New Jersey. tert.Mrs. W J. kinson, of eHeole wt the e.servicety" declaration Sept. In a d tso HAhrnt Nwr Year)
the water aoa" n the opera tions Rul N. C Un ti Funeral services wi be held In merits. The a action I ds of I b. om at .
SPaamania tomoow ate- t whe rednt prn southpaw sdas ave heve'i dan(DaAGef rn
enthaaofticreolta, up a double to Pet Csthouewe The Ford Foundat noon West Point or Annapoli devoted to earnest self ju ment) at .
S Msir DW arLa e u knows teand her fato Le Morton Pthat thefand n 152 to study onfree-ett We k the prrente of God tse Eatcor-tp.m. and-m tmyau.rg at 9:00S
sodheld I do notknowthow produced Toronto's first run inIdci of thought.- Educator Robert'Maintenance Division.obes. Begiathe wSpI
Sm for thknow how Ibby. After leaving thed wound upurg, or, according to news the Praed at vowed Is doubts the pe]e e i t i se '
Sepved. je wel to the out opening a in Og. W th received by relatives on the th-. about forcing so ma rr- observe the ho-
ed.hotirel h straight attars fbtore oundlo. n amiy mod to Vine-ownfR
S1the. burning boat uti ted to an emergency opbatter ation REENBOROn. .C. t. tly on the question of v mus he wa years a old. #ntot.lree w hilete til are s h . eW
happened. I woke up rifn singled In the t t.uOnde of ts recent projects wanda wherat hy hane.Ms, ..tiv sinc eelIInved heIgoodhelha *atbuaWt will ed wll t Ii
ha t sd : c stee so lv' iolr 3I-.s.u .iUPa-A nfderal court ruled or color." Avenue. dd ed n both the rate of tne h. r per d Edwaoard t. Robmot Wd Geo. rgRoft In aibe
Il sbl.eU. eat. t a1 The Cubans scored' their only ity risk charges against govern- Sopr stressed to h so, War- anyl neaind P tn o M ert The black marke are l e g k f r t to.le rei lees f
Strun .in the second Inmp wlen meat my th ae s cannot would d not rule on the eligibility (- Atres a. e y te Psident'* v e,
ater John two sons. Robert, who lives her. during construction days may bea. "revolution-ofoldme.'rp Chapel fHthe USOJ.Amed
as o aom their r .ada td ohn, of teln: withherrens. some day and "I'll be one of Forces. ice C ent i in Balb
Sl o ts o o r c s h lrnio s tdrte r J o h n H e tk i ig a v u u pCan adc ra nds J oyntIoLsfe s to t ei id r e

r te w*if tof be y re m-T c- threesulidgr the oremrisao. Mre be named don te mr -i cliem MoSS Btea I where Col. on i
acd three d rs to wabill the banso tis e tt olasd employed with them." beginnlwe riday at 38ttDoadA
admm Q r andnd th en gr aks tacr fi e afl t i re1 ef to the securityeA set o u i gters. Mr R. C Hood M. ee e n e I a
toA.. nl Scull. Jack Crimilan, ofimeat toetN of, apan; Mrs. Joseph Kah of Ihn Panama Canal during; the hg w hr.y ,
tlk on te "who agreed Hetki i the idrxth e fu' tt nt wa Germany; Mrs Raymond Joe, construction period and a er- e looked overthe acad deshe obeer

-Uy an he "Caib ean h li In tth e dean1of an o pradoc- graduate th a DurhuxiL Nu e i braryoNOT .of t e9 :d 1 6
Sbe p eed b Mr. Mnid the vlotor. ,0 to the school aw at of Orlean, New York: Mrs. Allan wards was X hiedin contract adquasei a the w
lg. uinee D tel ___. o Stanford University to have testi- Finch, Misses Jeanette and Hel- ig work on the Isthmus. They classrooms .and brracka Sundowna n Friday,'a en In h d
0ara D C b t the USO-JW ony of leading e witnesses on coM- en Marquard. of Vineland; and eft Panama 10 years ago to and then revfewed the 296-mAn enslk t a aidd;IWBeat "I a a dai

fortably. today. H ~se A*d o ati dt thatthe university violated eiS la trseses of study, fMr
Sa"The Ntid'sa ropalnd Ision- uneral services were held last burg, Florida.. .. 4I _h _.w.. ..I

I l Sand Laf s- d Oio.jaVIrtohelr Mr sit omm *eTheatPraeientspeiawm NftHllEII
"ofUsELtE TI.ON" s -idared by te Ameripan Legim to Thursday and interment was st Ion addition or nsan The Pre especadly it pe tsth1 NI e l Arm e.
aoa which inelud- m i be n d"nerous as Rt is untrue," Cedar Green Cemetery in Clay- Mrs. Geddes Iu survived by a s- .ned te et of del at1d y,
Juan, Pertol RieoI St. m lVmn m. t e se .o ,eeCollins sl.n toln, New Jersey. ter, Mrs. W. o. Wilkinson, of Ga- with an. nety declare pt. IdL tl sld (w a r
in .P rto o. u. Ss ri s.tun, and a niece, Mrs. Anna L.d wpling clean te ate of alld; F ay at p..
and-a e-..hao.s. rG s-l, I me T n UlBeckley, of Balboa. cadets with more than 30 de.are1 Theue lmh. 5l; u b l.al ot 9:00.r. 6. Tl m. -t l ip.m.,
m t. Lucia and rForRPHo wl l funeral services will be held In merits. The same action ls tra- days of roelg, .do. an Sa qt 1:00 .
andIo1...In ..h...ede.... w.s RNC Un = e St. Petersburl tomorrow after- ditlonal when aPreaident visits prized .f days of.1se=lnlt. -daysl Te. ij (Day. d.o".--
Seonmtu stl photographers, .A Panama'City housewife who noon. West Pointor Annapolis. devoted to ernest e umntmnt) uY, ep a .
WiD are we knownavisit"d her father I panama M l Handl e N ersalnoe P nnlc st . innrthebelosheaeur-p.m. t:
-- tmU foC'thisehobby. mpital yesterday wound upt =x ".e dn asI- -m-nrit. .-I CadesaM lowed. e- a udg. .m..t ue
sblt c a ,wc.me. shortly Ird og -- e xed t month wtht pun-
-spitalwh h was subn- it- Ia eont. Those with more Am
,Uomo bile-.WstW ted to an emergency operation. ..I NoUORO. N.C..-Se.p12strictly on the question of race--And Himself theveato wal, p th,,, eE.wfr a ..t._on
bout a ftofMrs. Ms Conitile Morrison()A Feral cour or color." the rte of one hour er rd n i or
Uthe UnitedStateseach was stricken with abdominal here at the weekend.the Unver- Soper stressed that the court KANSAS CrY Mo., Sept. 12 merit. Tme black mark ar "kaIl .
pains ad cramps while viating sit of North Catlina cannot would not rule on the eligibilityI(UP)- A tree limbblowinga-Ifor&lv by the lident'c- d "t" l:- .
ffaher John Cnliffe, a Va- refus to hfadleOfrarknoe tp1i- of the Negro students. He said onn
tientin Panama Hospital. c at fre Negro- aWtntthat queston was p to the IPullman portoenjam.Mor-La"batedii -
'ruLEPI E ti so~rme excitement. Mrq. ,,'strl on tht question of race school.,- Iris at Iamt.6o.. yd.t .,,.-" Later.be attud. Protet t f1OUQ Y,
-rLELE Al pr some excitement, or color." The Judge said a written dad- nally got out of bed, got a saw services at the-littI
Morlxso_. the wife of Army em- The three-d courtemrp -dlon wou]l be handed down andclimbedthe tree to cut off wood dhAIe where Col. John Am

?re al po r -o a a agreal 8
ploys Wilbert Mr ison, was sh .ed, however, .t-radled- i .t .. the branch. Dora t do,hrknt
rushed to Go s Hospital where cislon adid not force the state The court verdict resulted Morris I backi n bed agaIn- preached on The Lord Out
24737.... shewadmitted.andammed-university to accet Negro stu-from litigation arising fgom en-a hospital bed.He got on theS erd
VNEllTAN .,LINDM ately prepared foai an .opeo/ttl e ttrance applictions to the unfl-wrong side of the limb when he Tt" ledWt ihowld A 190-
I.whh was perfrmed shortly Unlverasty Chancellor Robert varsity by Leroy and. Ralph Fre- Starte r sedno.eThehoeitla're- ....... w5Y911he not h

"Mrs.ule rrionf Un iy prlesen tle g mothtlaiul ,Iapers of Neglro nigh school. l springs 84, d asked MMMrow
a.ulO' of Unity 7emps, JIWo- the three iro tu whose
IW,. wamsaid to be resting com- suit resulted the decision. Theb'youths claimed In their "-Requiem Mtsset,
fortably today.y. Ith-u.ad V -ofsu itthtuniversity violated' Requie Ms nWonum of study.f
.II KI the N gau it "w l their eostitutuonal r hts by re- Funeral services werenhd the ca"It.
Sn n 1. uh tmal proewng. Refusing (d process their appilca- tPO/ay3uWIuad t 2 p .m. at the
-b EL"C IONm il hk I.e .. th edan of. U o..tions. suit t. gsosptal Chapel for Mm h, O ftame, of them r

grade transcripts h s twr a eca usewhdPat nama morn i 1112meferenc
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as ai a role efforts gave It charge it Arts a tit o timee lu
.isame ing t theatre owners an vest s who his sheld is a do
."aoPear," and beaming: WtA TimHovty ar e m tere e ld i making ti, The gpult le not Steanm'
m t lvely he~- -ar-oldsee stealer ia ."he large sums money dlng ue beeuse h eanot or will o
SPrivate Wir Major Beas," things in theatrics aide Ues than write like George Aiselrt. The
S "' will star a ginal screenplay, in cultivating new talent and sin lies squarely on the soul o
It's hit own movie, directed by "Tgy Tir."The title is from inSg ne pltyseripts," Zolotow at- our producer, our theatre owners
himseUl, Wibh Ban Duryea aid Jean oasy's. 'theme Song" iW The sorts. al our backers "
WatWe. Now loving it up with Charito Ihstoa starer. . .
Jane ussell In "Tambourine," he Dick Bogarde, the British star of ALL KINDS OF PLATS TOP PRODUCERS
told mne:" te-J. Arthur Rank Mau Manu The theatre of the lnt and
thriller, "Simba," is being consid- Our playwrights, he ays, are I0s bra ht forth, so m go
"Hollywood's usual dream world eret fe* MOM's "Something of writing asl sorts of plays--expres- plays, with a fair share of box
stuff has lost acme of Its appeal. Value."-.,. While he's in aris soniat plays like Tenessee W i- office hits, too, partly because
Now audiences pre interested in for "Trapeze," Tony Curtis phones liams' "Camino Real," imitations there were producers like Je d
people a people instead of as he- his little brother Bobby every of Shaw Chekhov, Ibsen, Piran- Harris, Arthur Hopkins, Winthro
roes and avilauis. It isW't an arty week..Reports Bobby: "It's fun dello ai O'Neill, wholly originalAmes, Lawrence. Lanmner and
film bot it's emotional rather than talking to him but I wish he'd plays, and many that imitate the Terry Helburn, Sam Harris, the
Spystcal violence." call a4 sot0e time when the Lone farce comedy hits. Group Theatre. John Houseman
\ Rangel Isn't on television." "The imitations of 'Three Men and Herman Shumlin, aceoding to
liN'S JUST AS HAPPY about on a Horse' or "Boy Meets Girl' Zolotow.
"Tambourine," too. Hq says; "It's get produced," lie points out. "The "It was because therq were
one 'of. the thrse best roles I've Telegram to Universal-Interna- others, unless the playwright is backers like Otto Kahn who did
ever had." The other ,two: "A tional from a Texas theater owner at the very height of his profes- not consider a new play in t he
Song to Remember," and "The about business on Apdie Murphy's
Greatest Show on Earth." "To Bell and Back": A ranAs-
Nancy Kelly will repeat her "Box office set all-time record. PAA To Connect San Francisco
Broadway hit in Warners' film We even ran out of popcorn."
,version of ";Me DBad Seed. .
S,.,dateth o. r -D With Latn Amerlqa Decmber 1
mdre fren are beome MGM ul t signed tean ranqlaco, one of the and 8outh American ntwor
more -elent. ... "The Life of look-alike version of GrateKe o se s and aIrports of RBckbone Of the West Ca st
Sr Ser Ol dt" is a hush-hush iear-old Broadway actre Judy the Unite ttoes, will be linked service to Latin AmalesI s the
ON opet br"the John Wqsyne- Jf Jdano L3&-SS^ ^ S.S^L& ^ S8g- ;
ob Fl s the John W e- Jodan S h been seen Jadirectly by air for the first .6-mile route from Smfizn-
Prod.... Gorgeous-a"ever Alice Averback's soluti to the. prob-o mou l Ca
Faye visited hubby Phil Harris on lems of theater owners with small S to in u St S t OnCi lty.
the Love" getand screen-d in "SemSope. World Airways^..T'n teo toAs "t.
told friends she's content in re. o i
tirement. Pl owes NBC-TV a me- SHORT TAKES: The Constance Way for the new service as 'naS with fls S d .eto
ries of guest appearances but his Dowling-Ivan Tors baby is due in. Cleared by the U. 8. Civil Aeo- West COS t of iutn n Cto
movie aq.g career now hq top December .... Farley Granger,:natics Board approval of San Lima, Peru.asnd Uantlateuh-
provie qty. g career now h tur. n srley ranger. IFrancisco as. a co-terminal with Ie, and links Up at CauUa with
priority, n ow ularring- In summer -SJe. -sgscmu l.- S rie. bS -rlb
T1E fWi ?: Gerole BUrM, bncelledb hi Rome trip u and wills Angelesfor P% meS Pa S'. bluerl rung
"it s question for avid readers return to Hollywood in the fall. routes outhwanrd. PaIn Ametran to R io-de Janeiro lfO_ I O,
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,' EISENHOWERS ON PARADE--Major John Eisenhower,' son of the President, leaves the officers' club at Fort Belvoir,
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OUR YEARS AGO, the residents of Jerome, Ariz., moved out of to*n after its-bitf'
Slion-dollar copper mines pqtered out. Stilt-tupported homes and stores, clingig ,
to the high cliff, were boarded up and a landslide threatened the town. Today, hbw-
ever, Jerome has found a new business-the ghost town business. Because of its posi-
Stlion as a center of much western history, the town is alive with visitors that come
to see its relics, including the musty Faphion saloon, one of 42 formerly there, six
guns owned by notorious Pancho Villa, a oid o#um den and t4io rustic cafes selling,
"spookburgers." A thousand persons a -fe*k. sWt in also to buy real "frontier food,"
gas and souvenirs. Many visit the 00Wfot" 'pt n pit line nearby to see daily rock.
drilling contests. There's even that old..an.* ttandby-- gunfight in the streets -
on display for wide-eyed.youngstqr beQo.e-time copper town has hit pay-dirt. ..


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'A FAMILY AGAIN-Marian Miller is happily reunited
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, when she
arrives in New York's Idlewild airport after flight from
Germany. Miller had.spent nearly six years in a Nazi
concentration camp before coming to the United States.
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PILE WATCHERS-Robert Powell (lqtt) director of Reactor operations at'the Brook-
hbven national laboratory, demonstrates theoperation of an atomic pile to interested
visitor, Governor Leroy Collins of Florida. Thi governor toured the New York plant
with a group of top industrialists. Florida is going to build a reactor- in the future

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ave Us a new recipe for serving alienating theU i d States from
bee JIverqra a1 ppeter. .With Japan.
great smupties o .beefiver on the ver stored in the refrigerator ua-
ark ai roW es, this recipe .time toB fr7y.
is i' hf ,' h.arty secompani-
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drink,-.erved tinkling with ee. grees F.) about 1 minute. Keep
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To prepare the fried twists,
Mrs. Stamm cuts the beef liver
into 1-itneh-long strips Jut right
for edtfig wi the fingers, and
dips them in seasoned coit meal
The strips may te dipped in flour
instead, but the-corn meal coating
gives a coarse texture in contrast
with the' cooked Hiver. She does
this ahead -of time and stores the
strips In the refrigerator until timt
to prepare.
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(Yield: About 44 servings
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Do not ovrcoo*.
Drain on absorbent paper: Serve
hot with dunking sauces, such as
commercially prepared sour
cream mired with chives, or a
mixture of prepared mustard and
caisup or an onion-sharp. thick
barbecue sauce.

Cut -inch-wide slices of beef
liver Wto strips about 1 inch long.
PIp in seasoned corn meal or sea-
ahoed *flour. This may be done
ahead of time and the prepared

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theo an l iotan
island elf iokkaido to Japan an
ad Athey wf be made a
de.M t .4 neutral a r eaa,
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that tlh offer was made by the
Sovietgu the course of the Lon.
don Me between Japanese dele-
gatpe EIuIi Matsumpto and So-
viet ambassador Jacob Malik op
Aug. a.I
The. Tokyo foreign office, how-
ever,, believes that the .offer was
part ot a Soviet maneuver r to
streigthed their claims on -south
rakhalin and the Kurile islands
and is not necessarily the final
Soviet attitude on the Habomai is-
lands and Shikotan, which Japas
claims ,are historically part of
Ja nse territory, Nihon Kelsial

Th newspaper said the Japa-
Nese government has indicated its
dfuilte.inab ,li te accept the So-
vie fer because designation of
the i s and Shiketan
F9. a iF 'nem irtaed and a
neutr would be a viola-
tlon of Japan's sovereignty and
So tUle ,~U S -Japan ase-

MAN'S WORK George r.
Link of Bunker Hill, M11., took;
his chances and won the gold;
trophy at the Illinois tata Faiert
crocheting contest in S.prng-
field. Shown here demonstrat-
Ing his skill, Link bravely Ig-
nored the for-men-only clai-
ficaUen and competed with
women. Link's woi at a
fair also won the wost Ofiginal
design award.


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takes fivet hours to reach thq
firq A little wind' ca cause a u
a lt of trouble .
Crobbin said he believed "we
have turned the corner" n oth-
er fire In the area.
The big '"haytack fire." which
burned over .000 acres and
came within sai miles of Treka
at one time, appeared to be ton-
A fire in the Kidder Creet a-
rea was controlled on two aides
and the third aide may be
brought under control today.
FIrea .on Sterling dnd Bullion
Mountains were controlled.
"We have Jait got a bear by
the tal." d fire coordinator
John Beebe in le Sequaloa For-
est In the Freno a e He ppoke
of a spot qO-air fir wet of whe
Bqole tree, the world'a thirdI
largest redwood In the Kings
River area.
S"The fire flopped .over Into our
breaks on the Kings River, and
now It is strictly a hand show,"
he smdd, "IVE difleult .o et we.

d had tried to e tl ra
Ine rsolutiAn al ft ir e
iat to ratIm m in aI N ts
mua datt It a cail ud r
on obu cottonseed,
xsMed, dry edib4% beasr and
at tWe same level.
STt, Democrate leaders, wind-
ag up a three-day meeti Jere,
pledged contning efforts o "re.
utoatlm of equadty of economic
portunty to agriculture asa es-
to the futas4 progress and
prty of this heartland of A-

The resolution called for "using
Icentives.rather than penalties
to achieve neees production
It also asked for credit autho-
i^.. to nei low income farm.
enr achieve economic stability
and thot z .n "O g be &ovided
were n'ee isy to offer al .farm-
era lager s t and lower cost

"4 h ur 4at wll restore
a. natlo u ib eto adminhtra-

The Red ross Blood Program
hag proeured more bs. U4 million
pinta of blood dnce 14M, of which
, million wer for civilian use
aEd 6% millo for national

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With One-Over-Par 73 Outclass In $5,QOO 'Pc onto' Classic .
n*- Horacl0 Ottis- .,
A.. sil Galindo, -the foremost amateurs aolferon stu r et .
the at c side of the Isthmus, and present holder p Teals, 1 n a unail- yers-olrdy i s thhorse P .... M 1-
of tf e championship of the Brazos Brook Coun-" m 10-round declam over - aibid h outtol :Yorki.. -0. .
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too.A. this nvAtion and straight ov erOttli tdn6 Il"i-ndretta brelel to a q : *- .:
Panama's th eiht ",u-length"victory.over the
ros medalist with a steady par many came from the Pacific champion, was not at h be mtck beat horses In the one
He experienced a streak of side. but he had more than enough to under a near d perfect ride by 4Al- "p" .To ....
12. He expe n a r o .a d outhit the e- /. ,-
wil dss on the out nine when Owing to space limitations, on- cutbox and outhit the neec- under a nro Yeara. The track w O1-
he shot bogeys at 6. 7 and 8 but ly the championship flight can tive Ottis who was never able to heavy, wo of the season thus TSTEDAl'8 B1USLTS
birdies at 2 and 9 gave him a be printed today but the remain- get going. e a for. (crzt these)e t M
one-ver-r 37. On the back Inc seven flights will appear in Y kept Pa Flynn ar leveled 10000-1 4 0 (iit
nine; h edied 13 and 16 and tomorrow's edition. The bout was a lacklustre Y ep arly Fuld nn ace of a ex 102-i 0 .Broti n g I f
sotbre1a nd 13o w k t P
Sboglaed to give him a one-ub- aff which caused many Blak ad C te, -
der-pa 35. The qualifying scores: fans to walk out of the Arena sboakemeere and Cns but when .for a- (1 6-U).....1-..
from the sevetch round on, bout hal the distancut s head tyri and Berra. d
He was a t caught by Don Anibal Galindo ........ 72 when it was evident neith er ahe vtuahll raced oug hshod ja- o and B
S Cameronaf the Pacific aide Norman Lewter ......... 77 boxer w iving a good so round the opposition (o O I
who, after a mediocre out nine BillLewis....... count of hi self he pp lynn ae. tohe eSedad 1000000-
of 3, came roarin back with a Maurice Muller ..... .78 Pa furlgs out and eart- Ne ork 1 100 00- s i Wo ,
twonderpar.34o mistyin Jim Rile............. 75 The semifinal between Toto ro hteneld ta winnoeunlings mar ta, Moist Kaz2 (2- I. 1 0 0
Oa by one okBob Hurdle .............78 arra, 11 ad o r ini rd (17-7) and Be. (-) e. Or
Galindobyonesoke. and Claudio: Mar-lh reprisef Mont 444) an
Bob Johnson .......... 76 tinez, 115.%, amply made up for Lodir. h a l placed (1-oon) samm
S Jim Gump-won the net med- George ngelke ......... 79 te dull headliner. throughout, came on in. the (First Game) poe
list prize with a 76 less even Don Cameron ........... 73 Martinez was KO'ed in B1:re the Ch a eago 01000001- 5 eBurge.
strokes for a neat 9. This fel- Jim Hoverson .......... 78 the last heat of a match which s h to outlast secd ony b one Bodon 40200010cx-6 0 0 .
low Gump has been a ball of Charlie Barrett ......... 7 was set f or si. length. monte Rouge; which wa Keegan (2-5), Pal, Martin, New. York 0 -
ire n r t weeks and gives Don Matheson ....... 78 Ibarra was superior all the ng at l on thescha turn Brd and a o
all th credit o anew Parke- Jim Gum..... ... 76 way and showed unusual speed bumbled bay at the head of u ) Moisnte el, d
Davis i-says it makes a man Tom Jacts ............. 78 against his lighter rival. the stretch but managed to sal- ) W im (6-4at, Hear and tts
feel e p ng day. Don Haue ............. l tToto outjabbed and outpunch- vage fourth place and the abort (second ame P
S There were 130 tries for Paul Richmond ......... 79 ed his opponent but a dead game end of the purse. Pol, Persian Chicago 000031 300-7 10 0 C.t -
*.; ' ___ Claudio kept fighting back and Countess, Conouterte and Blake- Boston 000 000200-3 10 1 .
anded some effective blons. On mere trailed the others home. Johnson (7-3), Howell ad Pittsburgh 00101 1
Many occasions during the snap- The winner, a heavily basked LoUlar. St. Louis 010 .
Ehg TA ASCt ? A LUTE py battle he stood up and slug- mutuels choice, returned (5.20, Susce (8-6), Parneli, Brodo-- Littlefleld (5-13) at eAtwell,
rFLUI M Kf LALI NIM C ged forced to but ach time he a $3.40 and $3.40. The one-two ski and WMiut. idwer, Jackson a-13) ant
bars forae to b p o r us rh ander. combination with Kadir paid
GRANCOLOU IANA A. baage of murderous rights and 31.20. Favorites prevailed with0 1 Frst Game)
S_ c Ltu I.M.BeI ,. lef tsA. .00. the exception of Grisu ($19.40Kass( si- 10 1(it Ga
SAN N UNCE In the sxth the boys started adrenie($11 er 0. doe Leon CradS shanN (1-) Miaue c .i .
TH ARRIVAL OF THE oas dn Claudlo, though probably surprised even himself and W. Shatz. Whmeter (111) ad I
dog tired, was n there ix- by bootin home two winners to verink. Drish Moore (7 rdette, Paine, Jo oh
lag things upe until be was be the afternoon's winningest 10) and Smith ion (5-6) andCrand
"" G E R G f nf ~ dropped by a w mashing right I .fE R. (T.aP.aP.a ..n ..jockey. He scored successive vie- i P aadS 0mi i.t.
SS "GEORGE RUS the e took the cot t, r "ories aboard Lady Dancer and LSecond damp- (- Wecond Gb d
Srawles d on hiw back, maoto- CLASSIC iINN.R- (Top) Pappa lyn .poses;regallynit win- La Naclon. (Kanss Ciondr)ty 000 000 011-2 .1
VINm tr l, Canadian P6rt a d Boston at Cristobal s and Toto had made his near's circle olowng his ginpresl victory in the $5000 add- Baltimor 010 0i 0 .00 -4 Milwauee 300
l 8hhm lo.w" sin Z from1Crstoblon pof al debut ens- d OGablin Control Board Classic yesterday at Juan Franoo. The dividends: Kume (0-l, Kelner and As- rLovn (3-3)
S Ir september 17 1 bl tional, iapressive e. Alejandro atA" YcAsa ave the Stud Chliriace a good troth Myer Lo enth
GSeteeal cr 7lected ride. (Bottom) Lett to right Carlos-a Perro, T leo Pdre F6- FIRST RACE Lopata (6-10) Wight nd Rob on (2-0) and
SGneral arg will lie accepted for In the main preliminary Al l x Luclani, track manager Alberto do Obarrio. Manuel J. "COh" -Escandalo $4, 2.40, 2.20. Smith Ri ce. -
m1ONTREAL, T uI E RIVERS, QUEBEC, ALIFAX, Rodriguez, 133, outpointed Dan- Paredes, David Anguizola, Ycasza and handicapper. Petronillo 2-Mingo $4.20. 3.40.
BOSTON. lel ward. 136, to win by unani- Alonso celebrate Pappa lynn's triumph. Luclaln and Pare- 3-Atom-0 $2.40. (Frt Game) ( G
mouse decision in a four-rounder. des, representing the Gambling Control Board, resented the trlt cnd Game)
Little or no action was seen in cost y silver ropni to Anguizola of the Stu Chiriqul. 1 SECOND RACE ashton 0000 00n- 4 1 W5D to 00 0-
A L a O -t this fight as the paicpant 21Glde ATa $2.20, 2. 82, H.t? (16-7 nt W000on L- (1-4 a Hous,
SEw AR IVAL OF T t wung weakly, and held on to _2-olden Tp $. 3, 2.20. R 1O(64'1, tflo. i ba (51-) a C lourt
ach e, FirsttDo 3-bJaclae $2.20.nddtaeertwa,
The fast four-round curtain First d ouoye:,$ -sstu"',aid ...d
MS "CIUDAD DE CALI" ;arw .wn byspI Wild Pitch May Have Decided 1-L Due"rs I *14 r2.". r' wIIers
,. S U. a. Wm Cost ert l amd entral Ameulea r 1232%, over ore orit Martinez. .-LadY iD-'"r $ 2 80.......
): =*.11... ..w.7p." *ed by he, spc-, 2 $ ,i dI st A.L Pn. .. .-.Chae /ra Gve w rar Roml

'NEW YO l t. 12-(UP)- attack that nclu de ahomerby 2-TLp Lady$ ' -0.
E t. Aerican Lgue Norm Zauchi whle the ite --Golden Pick $23.2.
g People who. n ant race of 'em all may Bo0x rapped out hits of their Qu. Inl": SMA-L / -- ..

over the .. Cleveland ,rith te N splYoik Yankes eloath'pw ly Hoet pitch 2-Fell 0.0, 8.0. time to pre
and put them In a position ed his aetbenth .hutDnt and 3-Moon Beam $2.60. the U ten-champion- crow from dertgto.
where they probably can win La gth vieory to sogivee the Detr-t i for te firt U
S- .., |second straight flag with only Ti ers an 8-0 victor but Ted EVENT AC Ch on of Wmbedon, 7.
S i r t il six victories in their remaining Abrnathy' four-bittfr earn- 1-Supper Girl 5.0, 4.40, 340. France and numerous oter . .
M Tn KIIH 1 II I 11 games. 4d the Was~h iton Senators.a 2--TIlama $ 3.80. way-stations around the t Trberppeared to bw ho
S 111PO T Ho t Es sed rm third win. asas City and Ba- -Amat $9.20. world., the husky 25-year-old and cold bu ne'w
U T J 15eld Nn t oot hEthvers score ed fromthird ti th ore Al S d Double: i5.40 elu ier who habeen oa e of the or long and qu il ab andoined
S~ aInnine as the itch skit tered nin 4-3, "ad the .sOrloles EIGR. RACEle figures theDai Cp an ennis tac tht w
S.t n he t y mnt s . coming back for a 4-2 dec 1-Curaz.lena $3.80 0, 2.20. debacle, usedbrain well aus n away point to a wl
p ast catcher og Berrru a Riveand sO 2-c1 Pasha $3.80, 2.80. brawn In smashing the eeon magniict defense.
hat was th tht ave the 3- on $.80. Aussie ce Itwoday
O 1bo Wi nyg,0 W6B-1 i'S nS tiheopevner A RNohn r p pteln mimed the Q Is:7.. Trabetempoyd th Tony ventured to the nt
*- 'A^JA V*W II re u--, te ma opned th a 8etraaon5 L~eague's second no- sheer power In routing Lew rarely except on his own p eru -
re they a hitter of the season on Peewee NINT RACEo of ince or when he had produced
%me lea vr the Yankeg c inth-'inn single as (Gambltag Board Clasfe) semifinal. But power alone ne unhin drive from the ba
a gme ea oi er the Chi- the 'Cincinnati RedTegs downed -PaPpa Flynn $5.20, 3.40, 3.40.er enough ainst Roewall, court thatbouly had
"BOSE t e RI GHT oe~i SP Ooxnd aR s ix-gami the champion Brooklyn Dode Kd $7. .20. swho ranks Ath e den-eout .o position.
t WCHOOS t iht S a0 and 5-3$ Ted Kluszewsk.8hiti' 3-Barlyon $4,20. sive senslu In the on. T o e ture on
.w.s Ca..A $2wdhould the h uIndiany 2oon etoa o an cl buteep$ he never' as
r ESTERBROOK pont sT dln I his 45th homer for the Redlegs One-Two $31.S _Prior toTrab t aeu-
wi tha wa oant, be ll his Fod n theopener and lso had two TE RACE lar victory before 9, a n won
. by w a twr.- torls con ae br a Ford hn the n htcap. lP v 6 30. Sm i the nlow of a ays*

n 'a 3-2 triumph of the campaimeethatimostath* bisro ene d tHua$.attmodn 'tinbu wY e into th evty
e v theYmaint e estnnant. c hiter t g NT C shwauroee Braves dowow raret, eAe Tp fh ivstwn
ifor theayou wr ihebow n -l 1 i the pnkers bak d te seaso Pe eee Hie e n.e ha ptoe d a
Wina 19e. Chesbro, a 41-pne 'andl-g r5 Of po t
Swi d pitcSx oI thei aet _o B dd l Ders i --K l .2s0, a0. l enh o te e p r toatl
avmerT the Bto Rared h t oxo 9-neo and -erTe l sera blt woa pday, he
CHOE h Yankees t heIndtids oIv to hwnitts4th.mr fn a the redlcas In --1t
ESTERBNO K polt st- 2r he Wtite ar ht, sames Eie Batorsks tlnu 32 E Y in
w he odians can inilhPsthe i ti e e ac naso hand to TN H A Ee viory bf I, ta .t title hie wonI n
y" sher.plg with t 0o-n 0 record by on a gYraymhm meru afenaoon|,

' ~wmnm six of_ t heir last 113. ..e r n l-. ebi .oewa to re a P .r_*
"..y, you wite touldhYankees ten woulm hve to wi ~ t nigTrap. -r- aG lesath," a 4 e h
Ch.o br of.byJagakmes. Thaee Mwk dra th the Iae.roraes watihe l othsso t e
In. or eight of Y their last Pa, the WhitePLier Ja-no 'hea wuo thhw4
,.--.. .r l ach otr e e0 efnsixth win in te " L od
t eirlC ho, ai the 4-ger 1an ds9mE di Mae. ws

w in hise tawo renioes starts, c gar- a pslm nt-. .. -ilcemenG fnor a slroterv tha
addI; 2 ldpt d into the eighthame h r The InI-g ICr straight y'h lI He held to wrth pesh .us
Hu,'trame b1u at witha one out served wlm I Ieeeryh u a r - It >

"uS l uap o home run halt to Bobbyrt R son p a ix- he i elM_ t ... .... It.
lan keas ethe soenne, ireesr .t ight I Vh*kiP o n
RAD~Dn wt purpoeseI walked. TO WESTesAST O ri Bks aeC E Trt ne wit a
Yae~s t hen to ol hav etown bAe.... --ss irs tath oqe. p 51 w, b. He lub

S/ was the wild one and Evbrs LOUI8VILL. Ky., Sept. -2 WEEKLY SERVICE FROM T .bM"
The vie atO&v ws rdie to tie In its best of sevenpsea- PnCOAST OF SOimS ABSWAS ems a
aa -r .wadashed b r the pla dited. tP)- Louisville aned a 2- WSw;O"UU.
%u aly (CV LJ,4WW W'Wvu ranDon Moai., who shut out the SOa playoff series with Ommaha ANA sA .-,Se i
Yankee$ I .the last three In- yesterday coming up with a run U, WJ A .,.n", e.. 1s".
to gapolmp to "beet the pen that is molly right for nings after taking over from in he bottom of the eighth in- ATA
I^ l- --,_.,,, ^ ^.^ Is;.-.~Paw Tommy Byrne spin a four- a two-tn homer by !1PitoPl" lt '-l_.fiea
^scs boar rtzr 7Shau at itter and the Yankees rout 16- Pa had given Omaha a 2-2 tIe TO BALBOA AM) T CUSTUAL, L
u Mag tsi" yO Ue angst of gamto e winner Early Wynn In the in the fourth inning. Louisville pgrocur M iBmA..O A Oct.
7i! :':;mn: thweiriitttl0 Iat of yu\ opener. Berna singled home two got Is fIrst two runs in the U i 'I3 ?A r l. .. 3.....b . L. S -gt f i l._.3^
i 4 a umnb"wliuim' / *22 two^mo .ebe.em. inpehI the first Ihning and dte- third. 4M A F- ............. n-, fi _
...-ort- wdtg you hav e known. =trered another with a sacrifice Both teams got six hits mad RISTOAL L b a
S' fitn lthe third t.-ice the Yan. made ne error. The big- differ- *M -TOBAL AMIfs I .
Ikee' attack whI 's fourth- ece w the clutch pitchingof T CENTRAa l. m s & m 9 u s Si
Inning homer Cleve- Jen le, who oowent -all the (ur WON" --d-C40-t
Sa 15-4 record f e year. w-.wiener of the O . .

Shen he Ditch e Its rout of D mIESn*O
I, - -.- -- a o6-2 victory- bt I play offs with-I.. TA .w
mwph. Sul- our straight fro* UAWR

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SAE M. dj -
, .,.LEGE PARK,. -.-

IN$teg aump

CarolinaS te o be
stro. r tla tha ey vre las
Duke, ,land Noth C
a.ndC iM nRe t coAt

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A r aC,._ T--ma autbbMew, Mi

_, G.J a -PfSi, ,Virginia

eat, with fout Care or
sounest, and my vote lean
.... ... the. Gamecocks.
A &You can't fled three
quarterbacks than our con
j a' ..s^A .......can. i present in my -owi
Open NIghly em Frank TambureUlo at Mai
HB .. .0 P.m. Don' King of Clemson and I
Prickett of South Carolina.
21 (BLACKJA) I ean't get too perturbed
SCRA TAB Duke's peronnael-but enl
RA L 'cause we don't play then
.2 ) y ear. The Blue Devils, (
-CHUCK-A-LUCK Bowl winnersh ironically pb
SLOT MACHINES winners of the three other
bowls last January-Ohio
S/ BAR SERVICE Georgia Tech and Navy. To
1"ip .-co.nd- pl i ob they feature a good r
back in Bob Paseal, a solk
_"______ ,_______ _________ "_______-___- general in Sonny Jurgensei
.-_,- . -_ as tough a guard as you'll
.. South Carolia has is t
I I backs in additla to Pricket
S.- ** -- -.. o, f. 'Li M .1 I Brasil and Mike Caskey

alway-find fn d

PAIL MALL symnbolHs diutlation.
In its bright-Wd package, PALL MALL
a san air of elsance to people who
hav the good taste to fiole i't.
PALL MA sXt large lm in filter
t mke making it mellower.-
mnd proloBglag your smoking pleaasur.

APepi0 wAo hasiei qua dooa
PNLUMALL Lsmoom of Ps supe6Wb h .W
""i* t .susq ed su m

' Clesmm's a Ahb to wate-
seasoned, with an inspire
leader in Kingl, a brilliUant
back in Joel Wells and a
experienced line. The Tiger
ready to come back to the
ing ranks.
Virginia has a young
more fullback who maybe t0
boom of 1955. He's Jim'Bak
a boy straight from Iran
travels wqll with a ball und
arm, And has 05 pounds to
him get there. The Cavaller
a fine guard, John Polzer, to
the way for him.
My own alma mammy,
Carolina, is a dark horse ii
conference. We know Ed
has great possibilities as a


back, and end Will Frye Is an ex-
perienced hand at catching
George Stavnitski as a top notch
As long as there's a Bob Bar-
tholomew in the line and a Nick
Consoles directing the Backfield By BEANS REARDON
Wake Forest must be rec koned 4 Years In Nalemal League
with. Likewise, North Carolina Writton for NBA Service
State is on the upgrade, with a
slippy halfback, George Marin- QUESTION: There is a 3-2 count
kov, helping the Wolfpack climb. on the batter with one out. A wua-
Eddie West- is an experienced ner breaks for the plate. The pitch
quarterback to manipulate Earle is all four. The right-hand batter
Edwards' multiple steps across the plate to o to first
At Maryland we look for out- base. He gets in the catcher's way
standing fmaoej from Tamn and the rune slides across the
burelo; o Pallegrtn a boy plate.. What's the call here?-Bob
we've convert from guard to Reddingm.
center and has be enon swer The rnmer s out be-
prominently for All-America, acan terference r bythe bat-
,endse Walker nd Ruse b e..rs a. who mu at satay ot of the
&is. I don't believe there w il b -r, who m.t. ta...to. th
ay Iuard In the "e c bet catcher's way-walk or no walk-
theny guard in s.' until the is completed. ... .
We're not Pessimistic. Q. Chuc iering ofthe Orioles
We're. not pemheaded for third base on Jim Wil-
and the in.son's bunt. The throw wept past
S, Gil MeDougald, thd Yankees'
S. third baseman as Dierin slid in.
-M"-cDo-uald fe a Ditrng, who
.couldn't get upan run. Umpire
a. ]app .wav him home on
New Syndicate ano c wstio.Noihs.
rive at this decision?--Charley
Schedules 2nd was a d t call. N
ruled tf.at MeDugald was holdin
| i the runnar-aveni he did it un-
Boxing Program Q. tHw.n .tea make six
hits in am inning without scor-
..--- / gT-Lelamt tIma.
A. T first thre boaters singles

SCaras w ueva. B.A.,
as, Inc.) theee

Complete Prize-winning Numbers ia the Ordin ary Drawing No. 1905, Sunday, September 11I, 55
The whole ticket has 44 pieeadviMded in two slers "A" & "B" of 22 plee eh. .

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Second Prize 2624 13 ,2 0 0,00

Third Prize 4841 $ 6,600 00

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=5 i tem, 4 lN 2- 2612,110.0 m 1'5..6 11.11i Tsn8 ..

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, e M a n I am M. '" "_ -- am u s o .apa 81
Ii a. a aMMi r of f's lottery bswinga u s ldat: tnrst abroad; Oeond Third l in tm. -. ..
Th MUeM.u m w hole otate e a tg ll I" t lasp aa .t __ n am t e at Ift-fr "-- te, .iW|
Tb. Nb whelm fa. .. . a he .. .. uas. ,
_% wa sh-et ng 44 eses Wtcb U W m b a ;-" i W
named ,cret7ary to the f w..
he -p Lf;t. of' The Tre"ury M ICARD A i -' :
WINaBS: gs0. o 870 A ,I I 30 BARA
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The j c leraptthiy NATIONAL LwAu SU By AURY GRAYSON
Player". c"l a a" h ,oet. RICHMON Va. --(NEA)-On
SAsKburn, ..N No0 19.3 the th amersary of the Im-
ta.,--rg-,jLiy ld C'nella, B. 115 419 81 7 13 327 murt al Itooer L yre Junes' Gran
SKlus'akl,, C. 146 583 10 1 64 .S1 Slain, Lt. Josepi W.(onraa a
-(NRA) e...ill, I. O40 7313115 toP a t n e

JULt he .5 AMERICAN LEAGUE es Opens Dnd Amateurs. Only in.
S m6 ,ali, D t. 141 549 115 187 .341 ror Wones anB Lawson L
a to th ever ballplayer ) th f C. 143 570 113 178 .312 Amateurs thle same year. LLt 4
I North PM ,gge the p wer, K.C. 136 551 81 172 .312 alone performed the zest two
muh 'plon. .C. 103 350 S 14 W i~n .n su ce ssion. Ltu
it year. N < 1 wuenn. DeL 134 574 694 17 .30!9 an P t M a3bel
Sfthft their -o va' itar a 3%,l h HOME RUN Hogan sand thing in We British
M*: It It aitve that hey..adhiplAs aou b a l W -y s Klussewki, Redle .... 45 pon w45 m., aAll ann 0 e QoiIni 0 .e
Spetgawhwata euin of the i set yheN wm a PWn w Maya Gantae ..WI. 43 U.S.Open in more recent years.
Smtak ~ ; ., Cuba ." .:.. ::. 4 Joe Conrad the very accurate
Sw M -" T4- -2fd !iff 'eCi-e o iaU J t PoetR --, l 3 toilo, has acraek ata -itetii am. I,

lake .. ."as-" SaPh'l- es u ......... 117 a.lbut three t 10 holr e. .rI ." -
a. ey the e- B r th e s^ w s ?t b e D od ra 20 0**0*** 11 An .h o e fh a e o r m ouere a nionatw ar
m o rMatevrhe- avI,_mm l a._ _wh toe I, Jenes, Red s ....... 110 e. tish Amateur Cheambring shisp,
O re ein onur iasonmething ihtimy u IKluszewkl, Redlega ... 110 whnc a'is a sixrdy run over the ---
SbBone, Tigers t bo 109t James River Course of The Court
SRUNS Rimond, Sept. 1
Snider, ao ers ....... 124 ti Is oneo ut ve mt courses, i
Wake Aar XbW"- 0a 00 a~kaa, MnstN, PTiMllm,.........8117 Amateurn8holes.
Sta It foaion thar t Col be ,ol, wth buebtall' i e..en.t lthetty .Mat., .u .a ... ... beoe p. a oe, 1 .n
ia th beondmTrfhetore-m settohekltassb= 4 r -0or, r. ........ irVe sonae3s.Rvr ti Yo c aCiIse
^-tp ut-w-u-ensn RdBx "" I,&5h n..,,..... 113 theJ.Ae r.iaeur bt
O It ,Is ---- /**,ll . IU$ Ie es p ... ....... 110 which .d s, dy ru n. o t hwe i M i l 41 *k .A.

uBa, ToB .....Th.e gem a e nt ei ro ing uaoT wCthe e a
ryland eh dol thave n'ian s'. Pnta eernI. R-e fee o,.-1 11 hermua frway an ent grass J5D m 'p"
oSfndrfi DodgeWrSerseas 14en t ThisnenoTis mfl.t he- n 7t ss
ao it aIlo s t eor t, let f owibenb aBton the t o Bal rup t i tc u,. ev1 et.fer. he most a v le "eoent 'om l tt 'lr
0em- oe ppaWp1.,nr each, Vie iS-. ,s ike hitt; the baei off e mat. Nrth C-,o=_. _a .,",,t .u"
.a. .b en a m or,,n. th k6in --. ., Ktln ,a........... 1 S iet ,,oe pd W ar.Y appn'.bl hf -M

eater ii, oo s ioee t tol e aW .na tihg w. tho h s oe a ty 1 8 TI e osurse hs eien lengthened t oui e -alt a recent. In
or o a bit... to 6,, 13 yard s w P5.N phI.. 12. ,
nh, gN i .WUi aU 3.. 5. ---. Therirways are on the Arnold pTamer woLd haye
e t. dti ehe Bskpt .oua Woft egwerge n s' "ePe ta sthe defended eamp .sr u

on 2re5e1 r, fcatsh e es t a s ea_ .we ~ titthle 0 a P o lt Loe1 but nttinyl Thns r, are numerous caddies
abou t ambitions id n et setnd e. ..on ne- sme' ...... 1 8 0h4r ....I. l ar ole m severe outts- Noe he ome from the ie.
p ine t h-plaeit yr W, l ing arewelan th e o aa n a19. ie. rd l"t ./l ta he a te-o,- .
ttafn Leaebode.S 1B 76 A soi mau of laose s Te -- -
S)ranbi h ares w et mueh rel tith aiebst pal air 4Ae whicao 1 ar appremteanbly'r"'
Lin tar Ffi or,- tills is d i fAerst yererl played ha ocms .ore than 400 yardlin l t. The .-
hmajorf MOly t, ,,'t m bt t t,0 hve ame thol atelke thee re pgard-s we asu g ro 4a the 40The loe eTi Sia t r 3- .,
Srth~ei olo ing shares old be a con ,oling tougtW events y th ey JIa sR v .a hs.a 3 .. ..... ele t
dote doe ea$windupthTthe 7.aearta-ag.. ..; a, .ra .. th "t --

:, hettne histhee fsti g praee rne n ther fall r"l qc -Amfyrne poing 1eIndn h .
Soleao a l. e .,hansa the.lae.".. aros deep ravi ne t to. a reen ,-TyanePwer, In
n~big Thedei Ietedt kly;wtt eB "Ti in a ill, .The ground sN.op. 1 amTeu. "NtA- M -
find in "i GOOD'OLD DAYS''.'3;-$c.qway from the green on l ree nrtes Day in
Sar t g ame a ing the e t 1 d ~~u t e .,. hea. t she ts nce oia 1 yars. iD FLY "
w._ of 23^hv, enga ged. aovng e wee orn |o, Iu not the ilion make AIt loo like r--'____ ..... '__,,___,_
of helph*ie Dnemotime o7e M I3,74p l The 215-y are1th is an
Shfine In the Worl ei s In Cleveland in 1 te wa EV w A20. Fouri 152- ad ., i.I m -
North that's fow et was In "the good old da," how come the Dodt you how big hi.. en thar right i Walker Cup t eam member.. odi rL
Sthe weren't playing mot of their games in Jersey City? gon t look to Are oore competin arer Ward. Conrad Bill -

Sthion c from the eri- aw ofttelr 110 e-luto*pIrnt- as t1o/'U -- tt iaklmO k Id ye. 1 2 5Aso a wBe iadaBiy I .f ,,, =st
ton ,g shanOW, rhsner t h n mten. .t '. .11. its aye nd finar. aturdab .. . ; .

tho- wa n40,18m the w nnng s nae. was 4 telsers 5 Carve Wrd genera dlly Is on-
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i WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UP)
--Russia's 'tremendous strides"
t atomic power and long-range
embers apparently figured in
recent Communist announce-
hents of heavy manpower cuts,
V.S. military experts said today.
These experts told a reporter,
h' however, that they are not tak-
Ilg at face value statements by
Russia and its Red satellites that
they are trimming their military
fDrces by some 800,000 men.
"We don't want to jump to any
)asty conclusions," one of them
aid. "We don't know whether
they are lust paper' cuts or a
reduction in the actual number
of men under arms."
The experts were asked to ap-
praise the Communist announce
mients in light of what is known
ip this country of the military
power of the Soviet bloc. They
also were asked if there was any
real evidence Russia is carrying
Out its promise.
The Soviet Union said it is re-
S easing 640,000 men under arms.
uts announced for the satellite
nations include 43,000 in Czecho-
ovakia, 40,000 In Romania, 47,-
900 in Poland, 9.000 In Albania
i)id 20,000 in Hungary.
American observers said
there is no way of knowing
t hw whether the reductions-
carried out--reflect a "sin-
I cere" desire by Russia to ease
W jrorld tensions or whether they
s ltem from some political or
I conomlo motive.
But they said the Communist
Iloe in Europe still has m o r e
Smilitarv mannower than the

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SWASHINGTON, Sept..1. (..P) se., oea"tjr.- ..mt .. fili.
Se"eta-ry of Air Dona. A. Qua:- tie. ot mmae si ms .n
10s said last siuht tthe 5r i w M' Ul -se the l. 1 aI
wats to expIaI a 4,irt.re Ar .. W .a.-I. a hi
sUOool IJ ta NeMq to Qua4gl self e*
ugtrain "hm etisxic i anym-_ we iu
ouht to have this experimse. n" t V .w
He Liso said the has ae n pha smb bnE .Po
given a "somewhbat dietor a. to evade aptus t
vieW' of the camp seatA1Aq, Ift.i they -'*t4ebd, bfe 'Ml,
Net, where arimen are taught to ey r tr to bv
withstand Communist brain wash- toward their sca'o and Red
in "to t.at the interests of the brainwashing.

O AppearI. onthe Qt r ,
progr ace the short-
before leajing on a 4 uropean
inspection tour, a rle discus ed

Direct DIplomatnic Recdioro/nnsl hPwaS.Ui
ft Germany nev He rna l ed h"opp ntstion '
MOSCOW, Sept. 12 (UP) I lions. Under such conditions 'free' never will agree to unity with He said Est Germany never any big AirFore Pdg cuts in
West German Canceilor Konrad elections would be the same as West Germany as-long as West would allow itself to be incorpor.'deciartng that "we are gain to
Adenauer has told the West that Hitler elections." Germany is tied to the Western ated Into the Pals pact system, have great. difficulty in b.ansc-
direct, continues relations between Ulbricht said Ea st Germany' military alliance. He said when West Germany re. Ing the budget and not Injuring
Bonn And Moscow have been a- arms the Soviet zone wil ream, our (military) program-and our
greed .upon by him and the So- too. present plm- I not to injure our
viet leaders, it was reported to- program."
day. I ..-** . f'- *'", - '. "Whme In West Germv dlvi.
But a German proposal to eon. l. s are lor un der the com. He said "It 'true" the admin-
tinue the present Moscow talks! nd of Fasetlt officers ad i. istration is trying to "find every
by the two delegations on a low- der the leadership e American possible enemyy"
er level has been rejected by the .generals then we wln arm the Butihe added present picas
Sovits, '. lworkl class and the farmers," call for keeping the Air Force
Informed sources said the Bonn. -e sai program "intaci," with no change
Moscow contacts will not be for- i plans for speeded up production
mal diplomatic relations at first, Meanwhile a West German ral2 jet bombers and uperso-
and their exact form has not yet ly of expellees denied Soviet Pres.-nic fighters.
been set. ident Nikolai Bulganins statement Whl. assrta ..that 11n. W.niti

The sources added the A d e-
,nauer has agreed to Join with
East Germany in technical talks
on the release of German pris.
owners held by the Soviets. The
United States was reported to
have no objection to the talks on
this basis.

that the Soviet Union has releas-
ed ll German prisoners of war
except 9626 convicted of war
crimes .


Western Allies. However, a German spokesman to
' The Soviets have forces "far said that this morning's session
p excess" of defense needs, one between foreign ministers V. M.
gpurce said. He indicated the an- Molotov and Heinrich von Brenta- Pri
ri;nced cut would have little no "failed to reach agreements." gai
tiect on Russia's ability to wage They has met to work out plans sll
ar for further contacts between the tile
TItis source said Russia's de- two countries. Bu
kndence on large standing ar- The spokesman, ambassador Fe- Ifl
les hal been made less im- lix von Eckhardt, said the t w cal
nrtant by "tremendous strides" foreign ministers would submit hie
technical developments, separate reports to the heads of
Se. said the Communists have the delegations this afternoon. ADENAUER ARRIVES TN MOSCOW-West German Chancellor ne
s le to "telescope" the time He added: "We are still where Konrad Adenauer (rights shakes hands with Nikolal Bulgatiln, Ja
k the Unlted States to de- wewere on Saturday." Premier of the Soviet Union, upon arriving it Moscow. mi

and pr isoners stl held in Run-delegation e -
wheA- oer thanks me b or h v of te

ogg g. tday Pacstedfre e veron a ie t Gu ass W itheoun oHai Pa s
German delegation disclosed that wa
3that the i urre nt talks o be eonti-
Ii Wnued by delegations hat a leave -- d n
lower thsn those head of gov- Os- room, get his pae, and brz ird s

e said. fiviet kayak Hotel headquarters for the stern major would let the tate
But he said the Soviets rejected West G.rman Chancellor Konad secretary through. I
this proposal. e Adenauer's delegation a r e so The majo showe re I
Meanwhile East German Com. strict thht even Soviet Premier, howe. A isha w a ,
muist leader Walter Uk bcht Nikolai Bulganin could not get a Soviet security I.n app'och
today rejected free elections as without a pass. ed the en ance *a 'routine In-
a means oe unifying Germany. The Russian security police are sepeon. ie --ada looked him e-
He said in a speech in Leipzig taking their orders literally no var ,"Pass?" be asked. I C
that elections with the P a r i s pass, no entrance. a"Itdon o ..e oma i trhe bnel sear
pacsts in force and "militarists" in The first to fall afoul of t h s erdn a o e'the kle
power in West Germany would be was state secretary Hans Globke, t u
the same as "Hitler elections." a top member of the big Adenauer "Then you don't get in the ~"oa
His speech was made Friday entourage. m or --elied ed
and published in the Communist A Soviet major refused to let jo o ep did.'tn redl to TI
Party n& e wspeadper "Neues m enter the luxurious hotel when questions of e urit ntemaan theon
Deutschland" today. -tn delegation returned from a o fr exp uio ed a ten
Ulbricht, East Germany's first meeting. ... i Bulgnin himself com s nea
laE lM deputy premier, said "so long as Adenauer himself pleaded with e B hl a re wioo a entrs chi
... the Paris war pacts exist anf the the major in vain. Finally foreign her without a s-nbils
militarists rule in West Germany minister Heinrich Von Brentano Ar
There can be no talk of free elec- has to dash upstairs to Globke's Iom
*" ]L t J_ Judso's Bench 81

I O A i12:47, 2:32, 4:27, Jeyu
X4 5 8 6:42, 8:57 p.m. Be ce
S Five teen-age Panamnanians Meac
BIGGEST PRE RELEASE came before the Balboa Magis- Lou
| BIGGEST rfl-Kfcl i&bSfl -trate this morning on a charge
S| of loitering. They were all found und
d p ui k.h"A Kiss Or A Bullet I p under building 906 In La m
a. Boca, early yesterday morning.
hih It The defendants were Stephen dje
| ys IC S a, h e R. Duncan and Roderick A. foe
i Ia i I iny Simpson, both 16, Georse R. l
mltrtru inW Ia emn i Davidson, 1c, and Lester R. o ln-
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18. Each was fined $10. to <
For stealing two canned hams in 1
from the Balboa Commissary life
.Carlos Pinnock, a 24-year-old by.
Panamanian'was found guilty of o
petit larceny and sentenced to moz
spend 30 days in fal. The hams lbu
were worth S.17. _el


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ome 25,000 former German res-
its of the Oder-Neisse territo-
East Prussia and other East
open territories hooted a n d
ved when Bulgain's statement
ddnasuer was mentioned.
r. Alfred GMl, of the East
usslan expellees organization,
Swe have here thethen thou-
ads of wjinesses that I addi.
n to the 10,00 mentionedd by
iganin) there are more than
1,000 Itt&i.g n internment
ips and slavery. Whoever deo-
g this miles, we are the wit.

kob Kaiser. West German
later for All-German affairs,
the rally in West B e r I i n's
cdbuehne that Germany has a
ht to its "homelands."

chanao f Germlpny i IMr-

Ve gu s eBrmu o er ua ueu
States is "wulte comfortably" re-
lated to Russia in the humber of
long-range bombers Quarles said
Information avrilabie to him cap-
tions against any slowdown in
plans to builds a "modern and
effective" Air lForee.
The air secretary said he has
received two Separate sports on
the "brainwashing" school In the
desert of LemmoLs Valley, near
Reno. Both reports, he said, were
"entirely favorable."
Quarles emphasized the reports
were submitted to him be fore
Nqwsweek magazine carried a dis-
patch last week reporting On te
realistic method s dsed fo teach
men to withstand 'ommunist tor

The Air Force has "no plans to
discontinue operation there or to
take any other drastic action" de
spite critiiftm of the installation
from at least one member of Con'
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ut he said: "You can not al- TU DAY, URTIMilR 1.3 el
y' answer wrongs with wrongs, HIGH LOW bo
force with force. If you do 0:57 a.m. 7:07 .m. Si
e is no hope for mknkind." II:2 p.m. 7;40 p.m. de'

reenlease Ransom Money Trickling

to Circulation In Chicago 'Area
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HICAGO, Sept. 12 (UP)-The however, insisted he had most
ich for the source of the tric- of the money on him when he
of missing Greenlease ran- was captured in St. Louis, Mo.,
Money being slowly put in- after killing the Oreenlease boy.
iirculateln appeared center- The missing ransom money
today on the Chicago aria. consists of $10 and $20 bills. All
he FBI declined to comment of the bills recovered so far have
where the search was cen- been twenties.
d. However, Chicago and Police at Racine said a man,
rby cities appeared to be the about 30, reportedly tried to pass
,f "dumping" -ground for the what may have been one of the
i. misigR bills yesterday.
1l but two of the 24 bills dis- Police said the man handed a
ered so far have turned up $20 bill to a drugstore clerk for
:he Chicago area. or within a 15-cent purchase of candy.
lose radius of Chicago. The clerk jokingly asked the
Lxteen of the bills from the man If the bill was part of the
sing 303,720 in ransom mon- missing reenlem r aan a o m
have been found in Chicago money. The customer immedl-
ilf, In addition, three have ately took the 1ill back and said
ned up at St. Louis, and one he had the correct change after
h at Mlnot, ND., East S L all.
Is, Ill., and Quincy, ,LV. The customer then went to
i addition, a manhunt wias another clerk and attempted to
ler way at Racine. Wis.. for a purchase some cigars. But be-
n polled believe attempted to fore the clerk could make
* 4 Greenlease bill at a drug- change, the ma again asked
re. for the bill and left the store.
he twq bills recovered out- The search for the missing
a the Chicago area were money was made more difficult
nd at Jacksonville, Fla., and by the fact ,-that the missing
It Lake City, Utah. $10's and $20's do not have con.
he bills are part of the $600.. secuUve serial numbers.
which Kansas City, Mo,, au- The M2o's have egtht-digit
ealer Robert Greenlease paid numbers prefixed with the let-
nap-killer Carl Austin Hall terms A through L. Ast of them
1953 Ia hopes of saving the end with the letter A. but some *
of his slx-year-old sod, Bob- end. with 1B or an asterisk. The ho
S ,A series begins with AOOOOSI br
)nly $296.280' of the ransom and, the L series ends withn
zny was found after HajI and I L97477A. / eas
Secomplice, Mrs. Bonnie The $10 bills betna 01W-
d were captured. Hall 30882C and end iwt aB n .

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Qua ris a ar ede at i"any talk _____________
of cson my-Ins a threat" to
mltnar rorai. Rut he said
"we 2 ut t1 backing
oft our bev jet bpz...er o..ma.
asn ,avs -M ,
The adn anjVi :.t. An " ..OOI-.4 Suite
Mewad up'In '.ta "D ,Mael, epgnmsdant-nofmhe-
afte4fr wasiddm to myla Nevada. tlks to
flown Et sermon dtthe peah ehsrm i tfrfltagan. Co.
over MXocow. Mthfe wa fmned to
.... .t Waab l .to qe _aln'condl-.
He said the stepped-up programm tilons ea-, to.te aql e after a
will callflor bigger, or fast r, magauie eubllbded a account
speaditg than originally planned. of he
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l in the werada -desert to -introduce him to- Comunist
awashg techniques. The ordea4 In the dark hoa, inetes
water sloulder-deep, one of many tortdrotw h-br' '-i.
lptoyed od OIs In a 17-day toughening course at Stead AIr
Force Bmse, accotdlai to Newsweek Magazase.


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