The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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tod v In 0 eant coast dock d l roonsaboard were,- Warr
o and strike. Three bodies were recovered The enforcement of the UR&
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tor of tsa1 ,wea p ut ut Iby ire Ct l e.rom WingZonians a 75- per. 'cet ..
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'erin Sin Sr aga0us t ioto
ow eTis 5(5?"jer t pe> a labor.>umAie- rent M V ttarg Air Th Memsraddm of
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mt rdfront cO--m-tn, I n lT-the- lo"r, duty on hquor for:
SM m m." a ller a re- to ito effectt on Aug. 24, d l

r-c mhbvl-ui _.,.b,-the Aordingto inotMrme reurlsij o$ '
cm 'ot cehfr owere to m A e mf Fie A hoyi e ssa acl-
sA ia e 0 m. A o tapon said According to inform res, t o
aeg te is the fact that no defit.p of ati ho w .I tvised nhat At wc rovmlda no go 80- bo W crashed a v n Upoan yasst. Conferences fItinaWl e toa n

tr inbs obl on e dopr fsagre- n bs He tead, at the Three wes ago the Conelo out the snags in the
.Ie pierhen d .. The. ...t"...ew. of the w -ay. m m n t d that the motter might be resolved

aimd Ne hrsave oa one a thestat-g. It is The pl cuun of details o the *p eopl U a

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m ption Of Hill Work

S tore is. o longer to newsmen, was fully apparent in th. critical undertaking. The
Sto commerce. whe they reached the.h job a completed without In-r
fact fital this and explored the several leve terfe ce t sippH w tw
Tecon Cor- or "berms" where mUlch lo moB a' Z,,d o scise,- and
job' pwad job was rook remains .to'e sealed off. with Wn outsadlbgi eOrd of
ao by Governor only a few, alDutes before safety tpersoel, -
JOh. Se : tall, lanky she*l01ir PrankM "It as a tine jo0b. from start to
I r .. t t e t ~t e' bite of 'lh I am gratilh that the
of a tof9, hat might r h k 1 cruther .e al dan .r-ta apama CA-
CIlos te VAga Canal baa pa oa
m -'u' wu--" b rLn ds atla on deck dent A. R ArY Sm .th, ac owledi-
be minor, flying and leases On eat toe Ray h ador
,-.i "has been- what wa t ed. the compliment. mith came
Ud-. etua-- to tookfall that .rs o w from the co an's home office
il91 I n w xl of war- 0j, D g g for the cere-
S woqlb chann ship w -.a In Dallps th ce
axs been.. sam b osaprs "60
S a mbMe- t uo I auJrio ISetse for cers on the site who Could
h "rt ucl" that m.s i d gives at f reaef for the corn-
;Ewr be t ndJw sat pleion of a tickltbh lob ainclud-
twL Wans wi isa basre eS Sit eO ed CoL Hugh M. Arnod, the Ca-
d .' -"' a" tieng and It s I'm to stM -r t nal's ngnee ad Construc-
;to fkr'ioo and s Diretor a Charle 0.
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when- In i cdc -a sh =, to
oIfeta *r! np*.- t" _r I .t.- Wio, pi e w a t n
P ee t o n to0 theo.k g iter, shift s tuo dent.
e f 'h .. on fo a l S operator Lyles w"a al-
photo- on for te suer ior tom so theman whotook the first

I8IIrIuhu US e $ sMd 75 G( Oubic yards of ma-
In- fte l st US*. Z.* aItef I have been removed. .
t .. -t wi Teo's co.ract has run to

do"--p. .%0mn fe tie and .allie
-ro wrt nearby, at Ptoject 12 noZ*

it within a TACroAWA a-.'BASE, JA- Memro ST
th most PA Sept. 13 (UP) Police &Ad 'To ....
lin the I&pae demonstrators dase To CLU Sunday
iw- menace pushing battle to t w
I--nfor the survey i ad t41 B k ruer only m g
a Informal this U air bae. i the amomral
sWouunV n* -^H^safety hl- At least two demen&toria and onscn-iuetsi tT wuOniR
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the union, the coaili
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Ma men must be hix
commission Informe

The. shippui assoc- moU,
refuted a union demand. tE -I
negotiate the entire contract -
cause of this "new rullg,". ae
ILA claimed, .
Shippers, not Inlmvel 4
any dispute with the n
have claimed damages for I
eM,--a-day loeses trca
sml-day strike. '
Perishables were spoiling
piers throughout the harbor a
other cargo lay idle In tl-d-i
freighters. .
Loss to the longshormu
themselves, In wages and wef1lI
benefits, was estimated at
2",0O6 so far by the New I
Shipping Association, rep
Ing employers.

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MNW YO t ;Sept. 13-f(WY
Bita iHayworth, looking asgt
ore ase ever even though'
thin and depressed. arrlvetW
trOn from Los Angeles
her way to urope for a I
Iag wit her ex-husband, .Prl
Alp .flab.
With her were her t
daughters, Yasmin, 5, daug l4
of Aly. and Rebecca, 10, bMA
her marriage to Orson weirsm.;.
The sreen siren had nothing
to say to reporters when sMe
tapped off the train.
Si1e tried to eobceal the chile-
dren from photographers, but
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Soviet Aso Plans

South Pol B e
WASINGTON, -Sept. 113 (UP)-
A warm -tmosphere of coopera-
tion is expected to prevail when
the United States and Russia es-
tablish scientific outposts ne a r
the South Pole.
The United States expedition
headed by Rear Admis. Richard E.
Byrd and G. J. Dufek pas to set
up a Polar base nest year and oc-
cupy it In 1957. The So. vt Union
announced last week It plans to es-
tablish a similar base pear the
South Pole in the next two years.
Capt. C. W. Thomas, Duhek's
chief of staff, said today the So-
viet has not disclosed the exact
location of its Polar base.
"It may be at the geomagnetlo
pole is about 450 miles from geo-
graphic South Pole.) .
But Thorny ssid thWoer the
Soviet Polar stationibs tQe Navy
isn't expectinE the cold .war. to be
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lwrty ceMgin t to, he Flor.
1m miles e tfor
T westerly course, if con-
tinued, would carry the storm
across the easmera tp-of Cubam
and Into the northern Caribbean
Sea. The- Uidtd States naval
base at OGvtanamo BMY Is a
lItte. south of the path of the
hurricane but only 125 miles
away from its location at 11
"Highest winds over a small
area to the north of center are
about 90 miles per hour." the
advisory aid. "Gales extend 150
miles In the northern semi
circle nd 50 miles In the south-
ern semnl-circle."
The hurricane passed south
of Inagua Island In the south-
eastern B and pointed
toward the Bahamas channel
near the eastern tip of Cuba.
"It should be moving In the
old Bahama channel near the
Cuba coast this afternoon and
tonight," the advisory said.
"Caution advised interests In
southern Bahamas and. eastern
Cuba Mfr.r. objected path of the
atorm Ogainst rough seas, high
tides .ang e to hurricane force
SI nd this afternoon" the
weather Bureau said.

Dtanament Talks

Wlh Russia Enter

tir Third Week

A-wDft-i- aw 9YS S wun is- mr M
nth r tM i ot "out**
whosItle" tcB Canal Sone s 1 -
and oy to ArmY, Navy clubs or be qp
priv.O rum clubs such as the who
Lslo, 1lks, etc. They further the
propould, that these purchases
should be allowed only when ac- S.a1D
companied aree entry s heart
signed by *e chief responbl-e l.
for.each oriat". 2 92
With restd to private pur- Ofh .vew
chases by tdividual they sug- et
tested thasthivse be accomplish- b. -
ed only t the clubs oper- v
eating on the- one, and that it *.
should be tap to each organisa'. howte
tlon to set up their system of re- mW
questing Identiflcatign of Zone
* In sutiming up, the dealers redt
felt thois plai t "slmplUfY er 1
matids."h live committee nowal 1e
has this plan wuider considera- Moot
tion, together with other pro- the of
ountsa. sme observers feel Cand
One of the main problems r will Pana
ing the- offlellils is how purchases in e
can be made In Panama by in- ecutlvt
di*dual. who live in the Canal 1935, It
Zone and who are entitled to the of ale8
discount. Some observers feel Canal I
that delivery of the liquor will Panazh
have, to bq made to the Canal of 71SP
Zone after lprt duty, nemp- oR'b
tion sips f'bn, eor tted .
Ai se for the toeiro Utt
"'n"str we 'te n heaerfte a

I fi r NATIONS, N. Y., Sept.
13 (UP) The West entered its
third week of secret disarmament
talks with Russia today with a
firat warning from eder states-
man Bernard M. Baruch that
'"cannot be made and kept" with
out a siont allied defense force
1 *wtgrn Euarope.
Dfarmament experts of the
UnitEd States, Russia, Britain,
rsance and Canada met for their
nith sesiaon after a weekend re-
The were expected to five their

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Szalvel iroteful end ore handled in wi seafideth
SonNse o ibote ffed'tr o b t e Inmp Iat If dmisn't apePsr t
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umI Sw s eue"e1 e s16 psuaNIilYt for statements as opinion

I ve just finished reading the letter written by Foot Patro
the robberies in CWaundu. If the MPs are doing such
jo ,will Foot Patrol kindly answer the following qpes-
Why are the robberies occufring earlier in the evening
Sew 4- some as early ws 9:30 p.m.? Why are such things a
afto eand automatic washers being taken? These things musl
be trsported either In cars or trucks, 1ow do they get past
" wr ful MPs at the gate?
5ydoes it take as long as 20 minutes for the MPs to come
Whensummoned by phone? Surely, if there are so many cruls-,
t the area, and all have two-way radios, It shouldn't take that
arrive on the scene. A thief can be long gone by the
e MPs arrive.
i7Why is it that none of the stolen articles are ever recovered?
oot Patrol says the residents should make it hard for the
WWes to steal. Well, I guess we should board up the windows,
om--use now they are cutting the screens and coming in through
u windows.
M.fany of the residents have taken the precaution of having
k-iobded gun in the house. I say let's get the Canal Zone Police
In Durundu. They know how to deal with these people.
Disgusted Resident

)aiuddenly occurred to me that the little article we wrote
Into Joe's heart. He said that if I'm a good waiter,
do I work for such small pay. Well, has Joe got a bet-
oto give me? He said that I'm playing the manager up.
g' giving hl_ what he justly deserves. Does Joe know who
nama lotel on top with service? Let me tell him, it
Tivoll waiters. .
oy like# a cop, Joe, but he protects your home and your
'usnd your life. It's the same with a waiter. He serves
evetts you,i rumors your Ignorant ways, yet you are ready to
him If he forgets the spoon for your coffee.
uoM, you'll never learn.
A Patient Walter

Cash on the Unae

SACROSS 3 What cash is
Japnewc 4Sects
6 City in
ercash Pennsylvania
cash Closer
OC a I 7 Account of
cubash owed
!mt 8 They use zloty
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Labor News


And now we find millions of
American dollars being poured
behind the Iron Curtain to keep
Polish, Hungarian and Ozechoslo.
vakian factories humming-while
American businessmen are forced
i. to shut down exactly the same type
Sof plants for lack of orders.
These American dollars are keep-
'm ,g people of the satellites at work,
while hundreds of our owa work-
Ingmen-stedworkers this time-
are pounding the pavement, going
* from door to door for jobs.
I've found the by-ways of inter.
national diplomacy mighty twist-
ing. But none are as tangled as
those which lead to this strangely
business of spending millions to
l fight the ideological enemy and
f then closing our eyes when they
get millions of our dollars which
keep them alive.
l This time the dollars are going
t to them through Mr. Hehru's
t India.
When I was in Asia recently, I
B learned that the Indian govern-
-, ment was about to spend over 0$3
t million aborad to build up its rail-
I ways.
The Indian government could fi.
? nally spend some money on Its
squeaky system because, among
other things, it had just received
some $70 million from the U.S. for
all sorts of projects.
In the fist six months of 1955
the U.S; gave India SM75,000 for
the purchase of railroad cars of
llaU types.
Therefore, India eould divert
some of its own funds, add this to
our millions, and expand its trans-
port lines. I
The other day the New Delhi
officials released the data on the l
placement of orders for hundreds
of locomotives, thousands of
freight cars, coaches and parts.
These could have been bought in
the U.S.-where our stwam loco-
motive manufacturers, such as
Baldvin-Lima, And freight and
passenger car producers, such as
Pullman Standard have already
shut down part of their facilities
or are about to close htem. ti
Thousands of their workers, 14
members of the United Steelwork-.
ers of America, CIO, have been w
laid off in the past few years, d
Many of them are still looking for b
jobs, according o the Steel Union sA
people. And more shutdowns are
imminent, I'm told. W
Did India-as a gesture of good f
faith or simply noblesse oblige p
from one people to another-place (C
any orders In 0 U.S.? It diddnot. t
Not a single of thbe4 mil-
lion it contr ed to spend outside d
of India we, an_ American firm.
The New 11 ve e4t head- sa
ed by "-tlW .eeutral- C
ihJ. e e,

h aJUrd. fi t WT
caute he was prsetling b
blind W i case he e needed
kn oldge. I am pleased to
he fell e-to a steae and was
siderably i refltI.
.YOu M' Matson hu 1
borrow money for seome t
and the beast I can figure is
he is only charge me 10
cet. This he wohd have leas
from his father. Tot Rhear
commission on -hi lelns are
eeat, but when Id Pap a 1
son I wil bw. e
hbl. AIsh

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23 Ceremonial
Li, garments
24 Headger
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sl ut

Greece emperor
31 Chiller 41 Blow, as a
33 Make amends horn
38 Mere tense 48 Soft drink
40 Motionless 50 Inspire
41 Worms reverence

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oouers, .-unerirames O W rw .
There are many plants in t.US
which could have used these. or-
ders. '
But some went to, @er-
many, the United Kingdom
France AuStri, Italy, SwtNecraRd
and Beigluni-whch is ildia's priv
ilege. However, most of these ou
tries no longer are international
poor relatives who have to be fed.
In fact, it would be a fascination
experiment for the French and Ital-
ian government to start collecting
income taxes from its own pros-
perous businessmen, instead of in.
directly from ours.
But what sprays acid on the
wounds are the Indian orders to
Moscow-run Czechoslovakia, Hun-
gary and Poland. Why should even
a single American penny, directly
or indirectly, gto maintaining
these slave labor states? .

tdVUEPU"ares 26. K wlook afer d nhow, a at wuy w -W W, WmlT -
T d^av s, c aus we would s y ge t a oy r Tmiu as a ish called by Cur-
t lc st. from Ricardo's baby-blues men and Cristina has learned
ta and a lip tremor fit to unhinie how to "Sit!" The hounds learned
Is ,. W t Torquemada. We do not invel= e the same command with less trou.
baes 't hT. O'Shea Matson is any legal ble.
know it, eas I vre 'Ma conversation, becaupi he was born
S-year- to replace. .ahn ad a sea-awyer, and lls hosts are no But, as I said, the house is un-
sg ned tract to that eU et, match for him. endurably quiet, and I miss my
uly witnessed by one stamn6 N .g children sore. I hope it will get
and the consul for Barcelona. All we know now is that when to be next summer very soon, so
Ricardo Junior looks like a Bot- asked to present their credentials. I can have the GRUESOME TWO-'
ticelli angel, but he could make both boys declare themselves aS, SOME back again. That was the
an easy living in Montmartre. quote: "ExPyromaniacs Anony- name the poor consul gave them
Timothy O'Shea Matson-when he mous, Typlitil-Carrier Branch," before he signed a formal sur-
is not torturing the dogs with a and have the decency to blush. render and fell on his sword.

Walter Winchell In New York

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It will mean nothing to the work- emes of a Girl Friday actor Phil Loeb, listed as a Red- ran the neatest blacklist of all
ers of these Soviet countries. The Fronter. against those who didn't go along
Soviets will simply take the prof- Dear WW: Variety's page 27 with their political pinkness,
its from these state.owed railway ("Winchell's Ace In the Hole") Model Gita Hall is a must-see- -
equipment works and use them to debunks Time mag.'s slanted ver- and-hear at parties. Her mimicry The Dept. of Defese topd a
rehabilitate the Russian civilian son of your TV hassle ... Va. of model Nancy Berg doing her line in t Century: o d's a for
and military economy. riety emphasizes that you are first late. TV show (in bed) is convulsmg "The House of Bamboo." Govern-
Anything that helps Czechoalo- asking for q "declaratory judg- the town Martin Starr called. meat execs objected to: "Cinema-
vakia, simply keeps grsuing the nmeot." What your legal and moral Said he will devote hi s Weekly Soprie youth story Tokyo
Russian Skodaworkl, rn l of rights are, if any .. The net- Salute to you (Tues. at 3 p.m.) could not d Wasingtn could
the Iron Curtain landS, which work's spokesman announced: ever WOR-Mutual. This is his 1st not hold back." The line has been
supplied guns to the Red armies "We do not wish to fight this in year on the air. Your th I dropped ,. Producer Herman
which shot down our GIsta Korea* the papers, but in the courts." thought "Kept my heart unfritter- Shumlia Oil (A0rth2 e t
But even itf this wer no con' (That's Why You Are Suingi) ... ed" made no sense im yesterday's of 1j".hqt..d'0to W "M
sideration. where is Mr. Nehrus Your lawyer says he cai t wait top poem and that It should have yonr us.
neutrality? for their answer*. v Sow about been unlitteredd." But I followed lot. wtoh -ntI
Why shouldnt the Baldwin-Lia framing that letter thy sent ou your copy! MUni' e MI, I a
works, or any U.S. firm for thatseven years age for ur ofie Jacke Gleaqn always s he waysr Mr. Muni asl
matter, have been cut IS for milW- wll? Begglam you not to leave wanted a juicy movie re. Wh Loufr rD" Dore. Del
lions of dollars worth of orders? for CBS, wM h offered double: not tell himto read "The Great io's e ed r to d
Im told that Baldwin-Lima "-i want to thank you for your Man"? Insidelr -it's about God- at least 14 har a ight. That's
ploys some 6,000 workers less than very kind consideration of us dur- frey but you'd he amazed how aa be eofly Lou
it did right after the war. Some of iag this period. We really appre- many calls we've had asking "Is y,-
these men would have beeth elated your loyalty to ABC" it Jackle Glass Patti"-
hired had the orders come through. That was when they were showing Page's idyll wb2 Betty Hutton's
Last mopth the company closed o roft A fine reward for es ograw (Cier O'Cmran) Jol Jams fraetm d tlae
down its steel foundry for lack f a Iar 5 yelrs of loyalty and makes fan te n .a so *- gan wSte ar alheaee
this type of worer. helping the limping Blue network Ralph Mtkter't am! ul arOwd Ohver MjtA a 4 .5 I Iesr
Such sacrifice might have mean' get out of the red i the 3rd Avensfla pas isMeg Mylegs h.s BfIdway b 1es no er
Ing if we were helping our ere -- of the :aw... h., .ph.I lx take ysl e or slow bets .. Col-
friends. I...Tue ,,Wi,,book"W' 0-a- Hers at a, the Ita
But what does it mean if we helP Mrs. Brod Crawford's legal ac- caused f= eaiderable sAt a-n erIn
our enemies? tion against him did not name any- of his m si "lierac cover oa ,.a. Mre
____ ,,__ __ lone, but everyone on the inse from other ltomes. The than .the*saeb at Witty
SAFE MEMO knows Lisa Farrady. is The One pub there ses hurrmiedly and ros. (.e tlh n eft re reme
HA RTFORD, Conn.-(UP) He Adores ... Christinm Jor o quietly. bers .e A. s_. Equity .... Be
A motorist who asked the motor sen's new book will be titled:s ure e d- Alastai Cooke'
vehicles department for the num- Two Of Me" Kitty Kallen and -..w t ateome on R; ...
her of his 1954 driver's license hei husband reached an amicable The "Pantomime Quiz" star MMe ue tin am n pagl
explained that it was stil valuable, understanding. The tots an re Mike weds lovely Spr-nlo Mr. Minem w.. e
even though outdated. "That numn- oly consideration now ... ., M1Let13 holds the ecard u e h ., II erwn thls no -
ber was the combination to my lady you never read abont ia the (twna e it seems) i that n lgtna t: N, ver nty
safe," he said. Winthrop Nocketfeler sweepstakes prrea. s.well. Nonthi k UK nr OS Fa.baer, It wllbe
is lmovreny umme is ... .Dm my ,-boss) Anyothi e Mg SS*
-Miller eds bid c1 aIta for our A Snd"1 1 In't Faifsw r"
_new series w on hony nmes for ad- ud.0s. '?re rOf 1 "T .
sendes.: "Beatea, Batte l- a toea c to 6 basts ore Siatra will
cers & Aspirin." Y S word Tow T~"s
M Davis read your item about SL Aac h

Time's cover-iub sad howb
got sued for a m tflf s04
picture made sfrI
asks: "What ahuet
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Manamdf DOW*^^yB~

of the 67, au n uusw.o ur a-mer
cans join in celebrating Labor Day
with parades, picnics, speeches,
bear outings, athletic contests
and other events.
Hot Power Meie

The White House will stage an-
other drive for enactment of. the
upper Colorado River power bill,
sidetracked by the House of Rep-
resentatives just before adjourn-
ment, at the next session of
Congress in January.
However, there Is a hot, comfi-
dential document floating around
that White House strategist will
wish had never been written when
the debate begins. It Is a memo-
randum signed by five House e-
publicans, liadle that the Ad-
ministration plans to make the
Upper Colorado project smother
"giveaway" to private utilities..
Circulated at a clospd-door cau-
eus of House Republicans a few
days before adjournment, the
smoky memo states la part:
"There is sO public versus pri,
vate power controversy in this bill.
Ile resident ,p Hl's Can-
yon because t as a pubie P
project. He favors Upper C ado
beume all the power will be sol
at the 'ead e rmt' to prinvte uti-
te,. dmhob togo" ih i faer and
uMnimoutiy support i P -nea
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eps. Wiliam U Cbe-
Owee -f Colrade Ishomawwm
tof Wyomnlag. %V aH awsn
and A us = eO of Utah. Those

First Russian

Reach Sokiholm

Tourists To West

STOCKHOLM, Sweden. Sept.
13 (UP)-Ruaala's first group of
tourists to the western world
flew into Stockholm today led
.by a pretty 24-year-old blonde.
The leader of the group cll-l
ed only ",Mi Larisa" by her
felow tourists stepped smiling-
!y from ft 9candiavian Airlines
system DC0 and was greeted by
the cultural attache of the aovy.
let Embassy In Stockholm., un.
nar Goeresen, manager of the
planning department of the
travel agency."Reso" and news-
Heading the group of 3M tour-
Ists. half of whom were menand
half women. "Miss Larlasa* who
sata the lat name was Nieba-
yuo and that she came ftom Le-
ningrad. said all the Russians
were from our big cities."

CHASKA, Mina. (UP) A
tipsy motorist slipped Into the back
seat of hb car, fumbled around for
a moment in alarm; then tale-
phoned Sheriff Lester Melehert:
"They stripped it lean, sheriff-
even the steering wheel and foot
pedals are gone."


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he house is clamorous with si- over the Rockefeller estate with-
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o are the dogs, and perhaps I to itL
will never take another's chil- We have promised not to talk
ren to my heart and home again, too much about the day the fire*
because me wrench of 1 o ss is works went off by accident, of
hockingly painful. cuurse-or how many times no
We have had a hectic summer bathbs were taken, and no teeth
rits the spawn of my, assorted were cleaned, or how may adult
friends dwelling apart from, their conversations were eavesdropped
parets. 'Young Tim Matson of from the roof of the house, to
reenwich, Conn., camp to spend which the boys had thoughtfully
ne summeArijth. z a., Ate- climbed from their window. We do
Ldiaow.o bIbu dy. ,glea* not 'talk about how many trees
o ireor-Maurldr V. ; were swung from, or any sordid
I ve9 never met an suc details like that. We do not talk,
10WotrJI_. .M-al. *bout bhow many Spanish classes
e s ye I were skipped, or how many devi.
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viS .. .t' : to theimaul ats the remote WElo
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C`tty Wiu* r "fres wa re
hee A'the thisSannpson Greek and i
sawab-e wh buar River Canyon 'aireps. Fir lines
nden s. ware reported re-fltAblikhed a-
over"m 4i-" round, ft1qamuaon Creek bins
re 2- SIR an aSir= b nM t o C
I.C ot nn I ..f, r asi da tbi ef oi st oc aort I ~atqr John B e.
Surveyy" the rb qr be dthpe felt "pretty
-onrrtort the chance of
Im-the map, w h1I h T. 'ohe pnnwas. oI control.
at=141a16' I* Wbe brush bur. still ,lIng out Saesld experienced rough
private ., of band li't the coastal area of terrain men were belni sent to
gtoa"nsa Symbol.goverment A- SiDWR "westCounty. the- lnittatve".-frOm the
,odl,.,, s, 4, is ao Mad e twq 'o--ie, I. n $,.kl. f ,ier ,. ,,he J1s B UMn ON SHAC--
a w a re tw major tires Iniink ae..Th is b a" JUST 'A UOMBLE-DOWN SHA,
led teae. j l eunth Foart und uuggepi t~frcybpa
u 1 tmath reported tn oin d but is pomised by Mns Kuzab Stew4at
re M sa e 1W ,Be ebe waedout icoe snoop un ds e inIa huda
tstonet t cl I lateo te a aron gS.6 r-old widow's shoc in n hasol
:- "l ~of 020 adus" t ly'tl,1*4 afa
lae test rents nat*e Asnta habitable" by bealtbhofllials, but -- 8my a
Sw fueaue With a mle and Barbara 'firs eld about six miles sa theT might as well gt.ned 10 L"
$IgthoA r t eal- of t d 2-mil D perimeter still re-
Yreka0andirlned tobe controlled and
a Yeaad fire-fighters wrbackfiringIn
Mt*luw o ad aoabout ile uth of the an attempt stop the main ad-
rtttWranium earn o.Tf nlCountyMs

ay o trace at ureanImakin bleaoet narryaowjges since It started a week ago.
yeW -sw tracer -of uraniti PmeItsrr
oft na$eralnandIt mated os otrle n

neatly everywhere under extreme- hb., an ste, antmt
lyv aved geologlal goedlt m to eitht
However, eoncentra.tio N large *w0 -len Ithe fire area
sough. to warrant ninlsg' are 'r romn the neatest weats."
sed Cresin aid- the two fires ac- a
Principalturadnta u tint a t tally started from lightDning a ot..r
the UnoStates -are, ated in week sgo :to butee helddOe l rr e e staeaweek ago.
and Utah.aswel aunie s e tcNre.Milite,..,c f he roaeuUlGe veteset bys,
ndane f hle, Ceolo rad, ~la, as. moreor .m easn rom tO",trewiwhile thei bulko el- trm4- re L
4meica 4isborascry. works
owe k van es onel l e shinim sto e tto evert thoesnd fir he a rea n hus t h.m Four
-)$ tcao N w rx a Impnti available e o fa lighte rs battulS he a mume abn orom.
ure4"l -hC rTimea l at-thate twime. Mse o to om oteion tbe,
1 UNa ubsits ain san to 'l soarein maentd. s a r th r ti a blazew bo et .
wek 0.1dybu wrehld ,narm t ure atis wtv oued e

iit S t 1Au lohwloailn South Dakota and Wyoming Last -aturdaynigiht.hhowever.e% k otlmuous co-

na hee- the oor f e n Mr cop. ya'th e Back hIsL mosi dn 7 A t esfrt ~ bLU x andE sound
areedoreletsvfree abyy near-te l.c these two flees blew up.", fet ,S
sp.reaNwing from a'fewohundred slea e o ..- 3. Qu

t~ayanicliedeiar ad2.- mlaaean wl :aaan d75 Uegtah as el a ria lesof n e ggn ....e .go .o.,wr
iiVew MeiNo INpeKt, d pacvibe ofa flhewhours. mteoy.u S-eeisn, Lbeityoumo
Awm ,. lbeogp h :ate- 0Atnooan today, Crebbin saiid." .n. .the
ctheeretwo had 340 men -_____________ _o
"rereatna Troa e w~s.:

y Iur E ibitin A tloas ftUn iq Ways-le In Peri
The Ntional Geogrl4JeyanoOR et I cif'
L-ab tAond PaNWneO.b".barvso eyCO- A Chinese who tried to saven A aLt"
S "-'. oper Intg on pub e ano w dying American newsman fron A-. ,. F R OE
Nl,- 12 A burly police e cota m- bko-whibk-wchwillselfor,0 a the juryof a mObtold asco0rt
3ea of -the Lions plete with sdoo rma'Mtdo hCOPY. today he fears his life is In din- ItYEE THURSDAY ,AT .t. .LUX" -THEATRE!
sjr4M by an tel room.,to ad its9l Lions Tebokwil be an atlas of the Lim Siont g o. wsc lto_f_ __ _
war-.4, toajjA 4iieisA and.nS g.: nhtvat And '1611 -coatfl r T;r qtity at the trial of O0"g h q!
veii. t- Club wresdent aT.s"erluspiotom aps whis ::lsh:zaou:t :Ch :::trckdriver, and of these fihe je~elgg
..aIxhbto-told th~e members to "&*rokd U1*skr-V& tat. Bu~pahl, an uulenipioyed in-M-___
this lundtttflhug I ol 4!; e617lua O1ii in -O 0100 murdering
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MOmberf came out of the ae-
cel ieetins blusb ft and yVire
handed bll on.wich to re-
cord thlbe reaction.
"Iflkmow what I put dowh7"'
one sap al. "I said anyone
sellittlakatntf: should get a
yearim l .
The r i evidence was
Wjslmue.B k jLions Club
by l.W am ager (R*-ND.)
on behalf qo. the .*.bcommtttee,.
whi he said wanted a "citIzen
jury to evaluate Itr
.Lange, who went to Alaska
last week to begon more delin-
quency hearings, said the ub-
com th*?w wanted the opinion
otteL eW w svtter agtieOU
atoI e b to buy sueh
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United States." .
The ballots askedd tbhe mem-
bers to dedt" whether 4a pic-
tures and other miterit, were
"decent or Indecent,"'. -wheter
they would damee Iou kh'
outlook on e." d A er
sales should 'be permit and
i; not what penalty should be
Imposed. -'a *. t
"A' waste of time," one aem-
be said: "Thetf: wuitwy
tmestlon about it.: ~ought
some of it at least woultpe In
thie .tWligt tomne,"
"It couldn't have 'been anyi
worse,' anoter-samd: "tere'sa no
doibl evelybbdy voted the same
James 3.b, general counsel
for the subcommittee, was Ies-
ent and told members the sale
of such material amounts to "a
halt bflllon dollar businesSe and
touches every city over 2,000
pouaton .- .ev

^w ir ly right

i W a.. inched s obsare..
SOficials of the- Natiolnl- Goe
graphic Society, which has pnx
ed materials- and pd to
9the- d*oSooemers' .time on -tb4
project, said i 2., price. wiJ
only deiray the printing cost,. Th
ea is deiged primarily o
scientific s and me then 10
eo a he been ordered bn
~soand~ observatiaWs..

here and at prices children cai
Fetold daid doctors of t1m
club'U$1I Iet5iursday to. a
over" he otf anb
Sre l .. '

been consldertble Interest in thi
basement meting BIn marck
"We had. :?l of Sts] fron
other banmt| en hes ,d

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a. life." s "
i am worid ondYl about my
S 'dt he testified that a crfm-
r ing mob of abot nio poeon.,
Schiefly Chlnesae-chaed Sym m.4
1 rom the Delta Circus down Dej
i ta Road In Singapore, the night
r of May 12 during'. .trike. He
a said the mob attack Symonds,
y United Press maage* for South-
east A-ia, wfth stoes, bottles
and sticks.
SLina oaid ymonds fell to the
Sgrund and struggled to his feet
bshouting "no, to, no, no." He
Sran, but before he couldstumble
t away the e'owd pmaned on i
Lim and another Chinese help-
ed Symonds into a van and
drove him to a hospital where
e he 4ied.
SGovernment pathologist Dr. L.
SA. Brooy tested at the trial
That the newsmae died f a
Sfracture skull and laeerations
eof the brin. One wound ust be-
hind rwas so severe that
a boa wasu plintped Into plec-
Dr. Broy said Symonds also
suffered Injuries on his face.
body, armnsand legs. A consid-
erable degree of force wax nec-
eassry to Inflict the wounds, the
doctor Mid.


If you ae going to drive oth-
'1 yourear It Is important to
-t enough caution so
(1O t 4 ep them sitting
e dge Of the seat. It's no
aaqpetp offer to drive
Us]O*eeand then scare
iq b.urge- driving.
YOU n't ylalse your own
tm- ,the lives of
.* ; y 1e- with yeou.
~ thse United
W a a de. r nation on
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When the screen's two toeulhet guys. Edward G. Rob-
ipsom il George Raft, are united in a story of crime and
Intrigue'oN an international scale, you can, be sure that
there will be fireworks, and there are, in "A BULLET FOR
JOEY," which starts. next Thursday at the LUX Theatre
through United Artists release. The two tangle on different
side; of the law; Robinson as the chief investigator of the
CtIMdlan Mounted Police- Plain Clothes Department who
Is trying to track down an International spy ring, and Raft
' a criminal hired by the ring to abduct an Important
scientist. .. -Advt.

KepFesefaativee: CIA. ATLAS, b. A.
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a .IE RECCID SHOP: W1 ot. .
have something like the Oscars for r
the record field? RCA' lese Ca*
,tn thinks the industry is as muhe
an art as the movies, and there
should be some a pmal award or
"beets." Like the Academy
Awards, it should be ndustry-wide,
martial, respected-ad It.hould
d e awrrds for teeulmelans as
ll as performers. All la favor
ay hi-ft.
A hit record usually makes life a
s asier for the artist who made it. Kay Stanr' mechard Maltb
iut for Dick Maltby, a couple of
its really complicated his living exempilied by y Stars newest,
at ern. "Without a L Kay takes the
Ialtby is an orchestra leader. old fasrerte saud a -new and
'or many years, he conducted on bright arrangement, mlkes it nock.
i adio and for transcriptions. He Watch for more revivals of stand.
Id the arranging and conducting ards, dressed up So match the cur.
n many record hits over the rent mode.
ears. but he was almost always
*nonymniouir. Then his old friend, As a direct esult 'of their popu-
ipmy Hilliard, brought him to clarity un Angel Records. man
ee pew label "X" as musical di. European stars are going to make
cttr. And he began to make rec- their first U.S. tours this season.
rds under his own name, Poof Herbert Von Karajn and the Phil.
rent anonymity. harmonle Orchestra and pianist
*Hililanrd asked me what kind of Gese Anda'are two who will dis- -
band I wanted." says Maltby, play their wares for American Au.
ho looks more like a banker .han diences for the first tim :
na orchestra leader. "Did I want
big so"nd, like. Percy Faith, or DICKS PICKt: "Without a>
dance bad sonad. I said I'd Song, done by Kay Starr (RCA)
to try abig sound, with lotswill be a big. one. Others: "Thel
I tVigs. Bible Tella' Me So (Mahalla Jack-
He made four sides with that seon, Columbia); "Tell the Man
pe of orchestra. Everybody liked (Bunny Paul, CapitolD; "Every
m but nobody bought them. Time That I Kiss Carie (Julius
hen it came time for his next La Rosa, Cadenee); "Nobod y
htession. H ill i a r d suggested a Taught Me (Earths KItt, RCA);
hangeC-in fact. he said Maltby "Now Is the Time EUleen Rodg-
-hould make a mambo out of the era, Colqmbia); "Never Leavel
,. Louis Blues and give it a dance Me (Gale Storm; Dot); "Learn-
and arrangement. ing to Love (Billy JHlliams Quar.
Stat, Coral); "Dancin In My Socks
.PPERS ,I(P.obbin Hood, MGM).
'v TOPPERS Good assortment of vocal albums
4 SBTEVE ALLEN tonight -Allan Jouaes (Camden) sings
BC-TV): (Asked by one of tIhe "Great Show Tunes; Eartha Klt
"2io audience how Eydie Gorme gets Kittenish in 'Down to Eartha
kept her gorgeous figure.) In the (RCA); favorite folk and western
rfrigerator songs in "Wanderid With Eddy'
Arnold and "Just Keep A-Movia
With Hank Sao. (RCA).
"I told him I didn't think that Four ite fowe era albums for
was a very ood idea," Dic l says o lbrar-Udyts "Cos Fan
"And that'ow I got my firit h Titte" on e stars Scwakop
@The St. Louis Blues Mam .' and Merritma ; another from An-
He' hpd quite a few inca tlen. igels Rosails "II Turco in Italia
And pwol began to writ. 1, with aS Bsi-Lemlal; from
wanting to see -Dick Maltby nd cometwo by pgetini Ma-
Ml Orchestra in person. That was non Lecaut" with Albanes e, a
S tough to d since there joer"ns ad Merril and Mada-
a alt Or- ma Butrfl"' with Do Los Ae
c 11D11tfave. All are excel-

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I*e' k early days. He's even
WWe l hs old trumpet, Hur.
1 .- -war ioig lto inb a d,
he sight p. well do something.
It a i WhDM to get Ids lip back
la u e, but- he's playing soles
-thef days.
The problem was hia family. He'
has a son at. Tald, a daughter at
Penn Hail. Since they'r- both
away from home, he decided he
could do it, too.
"The family all-esld go abead.
Dick ays, "They all said they'd
be "wUUg to make saeeifices. Al.
thou0 dont know what they

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.22- *lHber plp for the second time in six weeks. First 'bU U
Mraaed Harold's cheek. But this second one! Harold haS given
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abtj eassa aes algt Ias ago.
i.t sn 't care fox. her friends
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t (PMlat wn2'e goe? sis uk opot and

is this list of complaints women often
live Ca rn,. unO" o..t mahe alswert on 4 0 lygidos.. In
M6ea11. s gest toAn.rld p to. h eold.l d. .

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aso wedn ak atI aper h C ne n M7W a I I nsoticesahe thina histh

pn a o Ege rweddan ga, e PJ l A. fT alart t its quo to spot ndM
r ommoent an t.o things she wasn't

R eav. se r, ,Mr Crh-e stt a. u,, -- time to do.Lio

W f SSY John Tumtr ,, Unit N.. L w all'be Ce lw githtes t wr .o .e
s a N m n Fr at ap Aw P than his

A bra Mars Gra eber t o o C d ther at m a.mtet.5Wlthe sidence of yrA ne phnecvers, o ate paea
r ,.. S& R b ,, Gthis list ofe .. ar. ,
fsra ,Shi .m. R i .eS.t.otWli a. t-e. or wpt hve you ts Jaa l ,
Spanih Cons+ ul pE~a al-IIt
Mris. b t fCth; I E ornament orns ?4Mva that 'e n dhis

I ek, Mro.a And Mrs.P. Mimw a r'Tame.o 'h ..- ts of lU S sund ae s.t- .t' L .s 1.,. ...
.. ..merican a er ... ..... Boardm' m.'tda4 'Asro (Dorohi y Fir lUcektiindustrles, o -. e g .. t C b. -
"Als~o Mrl. borgep G6er h, Mn. C. ..r 'ab the e igel k M.rti ofe tg s
ns Pauline Mrs. Marjrie the Joep MeNhToL, C. -., Cuid ,Women Pay :_ndlted
do$,u C. s ro, U.,rdj Te.."AN ..

AlsisanCe M al C. Leven, C.M..ternCardGr. wllmet tmonow when aye aLeri what'sd- dli
th- Mn. Sete Abriton Mr. Gr c Rob Vlal, CFather ate a m. at the reside nee of Mrs.i fa4 s t own:'.l. at. h id.
W t- pm Y.7 eawo to Jimwen, Ita---,tiP' ,. al rMs ai~. ,est s l
G. Grand w AO MiE I .,, .

hemrahi-Ft. &,.Gs ha.,rs s= and t r set--s- -' -I-II.
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1 Wof 0la A lovely wedding for which the
OgSchOh bride and several m ebers of both
of hop Hih her family and the groom's came
ofisuck)ell UD~vl by plan from Meimphis, Tean.,
a t smanus of iwag slemaked on Saturday eve-
-Tu ~ura2 so- ;iat tIh Cathedral of St. Luke
m fcr t de Ne' ha US '
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.. .. W e"which uited Mis Na.n
Sll ,'W-t Gaa sand Mr. James
tlwe,-. ThetWids-b te daught -of
iM t iit. ihlu in tMe n of Mr. and
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iml.en. Fritt. EeS. a in marri le by her fUth
y M rgtite oHart r, the bride wore a white gown
A 4 i ie. la.sce over stain and tuBe. It
S, Evely ahled wth portra
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had been honored by the Women's
Auxiliary. of the aId Eight' of
the American Legion Auxiliary
for her amti-tuberculosis wor k,
was bJoeas a Saturday at her
Bel3U Vipta hbae at a tea for Me
wedia of the 6roup.
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trsi a EsKtlI.r Del.
my, ao w maftap Ipr horns
UoIe-Aw t h ,_ru M of

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ATTENTION G. 1.1 Just built
modern fmurnished apitmemnts, I,
. 2 beIdroams, hot, cold w tee r,
Phone Panama 3-4941.__
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
fe, fumblrnished or unfurlshed.
Mi4d sejvle nd air conditinm-
nl *vilble.
Alhembr ALartments.
10th Shlet. Pher.1586. Colen.
AVAILABLE Oct. st. apart-
ment. Sll Vista rei: Bedrem,
livln-dlinlng, 550 per m .ntu.
Must buy furniture. Included:
Light, ge and telephone istel-
litlon. Cell Tel. 8-5295.
FOR RENT:-2-bedr-eg -pajt-
ment, dining and sitting room.
screened ,in San Feancisco. Tel-
epheMne 1464 lalboae.

FOR RINT:-Unfurnlshed, one-
bedroom midei *lartiment. All
cenvenlnces, geraue. 168 Via
Sellsarl Perres.

W- FOR r ENT:-..2- -ed.on. aport-
.il l i, ving w dinlin room,
klthen, Igiadry room. mald'w
root.mvgmodng rooml
Sroom:. Albert Nirro Stret
- No. 53, Apt. 1.

FOR RENT il--lbed m apart-
mcnt, mall kitchen, bathroom.
See Mr. Fobige p Mrr ll. 29th
Stret Ne. 18, mie if M tcolde
Val. O to 12i ead 3 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: -- Mdr n apart.
em.., 2 drMOens. "A" Stnet
SCengrelen Phei 3-2148.

Dangerous Malayan


FOR MALI:- Me er' iilr .,J

FOR SALES: Mahege t wii
bed., $60 both. elbee 1774G. ',I
Plheas 2-.4127.
FOR SALf:-Living eom, dio I
leg rem end bdrso mt, Of-
lice fumItuM, chlldm'. fhmi. i
tuen, flMdingl bd, kitchen abe
inet, minne ring mttrWMi, etc. .
EASY TERMS. Houehold Ex-
change. Netioel Ave. No. 41,
Phone i-4911.
FOR SALE:-Deep freee. fami-
ly size. sailmless atel. $95.
Phone 3-0264 Penme., day.

Shrepnel's funisled houme em
beuckr et Santa Cleir. Tulipliene
Thtompse. Dalbe 1772.
pNt Caieno. Low ,tnoi. Phk.

PHILLIPS @..... CftegM.
Sai. Clara. en 45., elibe.
PhIne Pa.nm 5-1877. Crile-
"el 8-1671.
Baldwin's furnisl d apartmeats
et Santa Cler Bleach. Tdelepioe
Proback, BeIbee 1224.


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.33 RENT ~.-U,9ud~*ib.
bedroom peIvats4u~UWWi
clasp giemade. leE SelgUs.
e~ihaue lelbec .2110.
FOR RINTi-New eheIst~ fee.
alihed be uamfunslahed: I led..
resins. livIng rosa. din~~
me4d'a wee.., gargle. Cerneref
'Pase.~Clnaueu*eusria" and 7t1~
Ave.u~. Cern. *1 Mar motrIe-
medmt.*~Ui 84015.
floats & Motors
FOR SAL~-dhh~v.
~ 12.I~j.. 15-hp..25.. -,
hp.. Iaierudo a. lire, new end
uotd~' Alas saveuui 14-ft. beets.
Yw~e patrese* ap.eq!hletui.
6000$. gnaws iWo 4quaf, Hetef
*g p~~* Phee~ m0264.

Enugh FresS~lk

Shots Available

For Kids Up to 15

A sufficient amount of Balk
vaccine Is now available to Ca-
nal Zone Health authorities to.
extend the free polio vaccination'
program to all children from six
months to 15 years of age, inclu-
sive, and to pregnant-women, It
wu announced yesterday.
The hInoculatIon progam for
chuIdn.. of 13., 14 otndl .15, whto
je, ,ttend ing opt ..,oB
.chbl4i will be held Wednhedal
and Thursday. Children of pre-
.&*h u aml .nlTl *he IWA,',itlal mit

FOR iAl5i-Al50 tevle bu-
feed, Ii,. eed flees, aasy~tii~ps.
Cell Tel. 3-3536 Paaaets.
FOR SALEi~1952 C.dlPWe. 62
merle.. Rails gad h.~tee, ~w/w

* g,~ ~m*
POE SALE: -. 1951 Meeein'9
Chi Cusp.. Traded ~y"he eel-
ginal swim, spaUW4W, -
tmtulv veceaditfo~d wVh dl isle
ibis. Pull prleu IL
MOTORS, INC., ~uai~4 @3#~

f~ LPAN M0'OR%, ~~UIa.
1033, ~ I
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fOR SMLt *.-**: 105.

IN. Phoubs- 2- O. .
ill 8nh.I "d. '__
l085. ,
ItR SAl 194t Paifel f--
r, S "e.. b sle e indtla ,.
hroBuhout. Rldo. i ultl
rpne 2.10i3. 2-,103. .
FOR SALE: 195W 'iM .'
Fildor Sadn. Anir .eunllou.t ..
termaedlate price r e that is -
*d fr It. l resa *__o-
$615. COPAN ORS,
Phons 2-1JS. 2^055. __
FOR ALE. 9W Odmobld ,
Club Coup, the *esaemlcal sh.-
ey nder model in exllient all-
. around mendition. Pull price
P.lno 2-1033. 2-10*5.
FOR SALi--1952 Fed Ford e
Seom. lxcinset mechiui!Il e-o
tipi, maw tlrds b ar .gtey u
* sOsM. *full prtg ,U er. COL-
PAN MOTORS. INC.,. Pihme 2-
L0i3. 2-1035.

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Inlemalonat House

Jack Vaughn, program direc-
tor for the U.S. Poitt Four pro-
gram of tile International Co-
operation .dmhtratlon wl
ulif monhy. metlhg of"hel -
ternatlonal House Assoclatlon
tomorrow at 7:30 n&mi in *lia


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FOR IAL&d-..Llemel got le~re0i..
w~b ag~le.$a0esa~mbgga~
Stegel. Lde We.._~'hp,. 2-44*6.

Reds For lofo

On 450 Missing American Gis-


WASHINGTON, -Sept. 13 (UP)- re. ready to make all necessary
The United States will ress Red qfflprt" fute mprwg re-
China for lniormatL'n about 450 A- Isatona with -the United Statc-..
merican soldiers missing' from the The broadcast quoted ah edito*
Korean war despite, new COmanu- lal in the official Peiping People's
nist denials that .they are in P51. Dally hailing the agreement read
ing's custody. ed at Geneva for returning civi*
The new.American .effortto find liamb of both "i good
out what happened to the pipssing beginning." .
GI's and to win release of any It said the agreement "has fUr.
still Llive will, be made in the next nished fresh and conclusive proof
phase of U.S.-Red Chinese talks thdt given sincere desire on both
in (eneya. The next "meeting of sides to solve questions, all inter-
Amb.-ssadors from the two shies national disputes can be settled
Is set for tomorrow. ,. by negotiation.
Red China agreed Saturday to With this agreement reached
free 41 American civilians as soon by both sides, discussions will
as possible, some in a few days. shortly begin, on item two of the
That agreement apparently corn- agenda._-other practical matters
pleted business of the first part now at issue between both sides,"
of a two-part agenda and cleared the broadcast said.
Sthe way for discussion of the see- Red China is expected to raise
*cnd--"othei practical matters at the issues of a eat in tlie United
ue." w Nationi arid thi estrt .embar- '"
The State Department would not go on, strategic trade with Peiping
say what it intends, to press under at ft seodritewihpesu ,




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adsr the
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ihts un-

th-e lay are:
SPaeul Har-
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v~aan. lKeith
4 mbdee.

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*A^TTa~lhkd by BuiUihi offl-
efr,.-k. of the most danger-.
OU 1 iatSl Ia the 'Kuala ain-
git area, surrendered about 15
allS from here. With him was a
womta guerilla, Ah Kiew.
They accepted the saneity of-
for a ,e a British airplane flew
low ovmr the swamp calling on
them by name over a public ad-
dress system. Brltsh intelligence
officers knew the couple was hid-
jug In Uie-.area.
Ah Tee said he never would d
have saireadered except for the
aaseoaty, whleh pardon all terror.
ists f6r their acts against the gov-
He said he became a terrorist
because bie had been convinced
that the Communist. Party offers
a bke way of life. Now, he said
he rWisw It. "all is a waste of
time" and advised other Reds to
give p.
No charge is ever made for Red
Cross supplies or services.
Agriculture is the chilf industry
of Egypt.



sa.Jr. (above) has been named
general manager of the Pan-
ama Radio Corp., local distrib-
utors of RCA products. Soa
has been sale manager for the
-last two years.

Carlotta Spencer I'
Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow At 4 P.M.
Mrs. Carlotta Spencer, a Bar-
badian resident of Chorrlllo,
died at her home yesterday
morning after a long Illness. She
was 68 years old.

"3med Forces. Pregnant women
;fbe given kmmunlaatlon in-
*peu tons againt polomyelttta
LOa part of their routine pre-na-
rtal ctre..
The school program this week
Is only for this age group. Other
children eligile mal bea. their
Immuiathion at th hop~atalk or
first aid station during regular
office hours.
The immunization teams will
visit the Balboa and Crlatobal
Junior and senior high schools
at 9 a.pi. Thursday.
The Innoculatlon program for
the Latin American school will
be conducted Wednesday. The
teams will be at the Rainbow
City and La Boca schools at 9
a.m. Wednesday and at Santa
Cruz and Paralso schools at 1:30
Wednesday afternoon.
The school program will In-
clude children 13, 14 and 15
Srae .ild wi4t>h thin *wUti

Funeral services have been dependents of Navy personnel,
scheduled for tomorrow ,aftqr- since the Navy has arranged to
nqon at 4 o'clock fb the Chollrk conduct this phase of their pro-
Ilo Christian Miaalon Churah. gram separately.
Burial will follow in the Hlerrera
Cemetery. The same requirements as to
She is survived by her ehll- eligibility will be required for
dren and grapichildren: Lady- children of the new age groups
lease Hall, a.' Zmi iltbute, AI- s applied in the previous pro
bert Spencer, Dancy Moore, Hil- rams. The immunilsation for
ton and DaCoata QoodriLdge, i additional age group Mand
Uneta Hall, Yvoane lMayers, or pregnant women will also be
Carlotta, Berta and Hasel Hall, on a voluntary basis..
Tony and OfilUa Moore. The school program for this
week will be only fer those cli-
The only harmful spider in the dren recelvine their first inunu-
Uaited States is the Black Widow. nization treatments.

VIsung US Selons Told USSR

Wants American Far Machinery
I .I~~ S-.-

MOSCOW. Sept. 13 (UP) tus-
sia's top men told visiting U. .
senators today that.e Shirt U-'
senators today hat ov-et -t
Eion would like to hbhs ean
industrial machinery aaid fI rm
However, they denied that.-there
has been a Soviet d criti .
Soviet Premier Not uin
and Communist B Chlef 1hZ-
ta Klhrushchev re ee -ators
Estes Kefauver (O Al-
len Frear (R.De ion B.
Young (RN.D'), 3m C D2or
sbak (R-Ida.). salt G W. 1.
Lone (R-Nev.),. Ia'.5' h
fenrece room. rS. Ni also
was present.
he was a sd d

Imheie I

had wU"4
mat~ C i'rsr

Senator Drowshak alid he was
Imprmsed when Khrushchev iald
there were certainn raw materials
and machines" the United States
could buy in Russia and vieever-.
sa, and that "expanded trade
would improve our relations."
Senator Kefauver remarked that
Khrushchev said "this does not
mean we want to buy machines
to make aotmie and hydrogen
bombed. We have enough of them."
Ehlrushciev, smiling and cheer-
ful, did m of the talking for the
Rasians. Bulganin beamed and
nodded in agreement at what was
sid, occasionally injecting Uliel
humoseUsa enmments.
Kefauver raised the question of
ulasian eeasarhip..The 8 o viet
party chief gionusem to "take
care o a complaint that the Co-
lumbia Braeastin J~em was
ff to transmit l~al from
*fnl**vi'radleon4lle current

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*A jMOTORS. DIC,.. Plcem z-
2~~i '- ...

Feeder. Leek eynywlhbe e sad
the see this b Jfeeonly
SPhone 2-1048, 2.1015.
FOR SALE-1951 MG. $700.;
dulty paid. Maueso Vilersil,
Hoael El Pename, Goiage*.
TOC 4-deer seen. New psant.
sat eae, god tirm.
COUPE SEDAN. New pIot. A-i
TORIA T-Tene V-8, w/s/w
tirel. nw p-lt, A-1.

*0R SALi: 1951 OLDSMO-
BILE "B1" SUPER 4-door seden,
Rando Hydrwmatic, w/s/w tie.
diw .pkbstoiv.
"'62" 4-deer sdan. Hydrametlc,
radio, w/s/w tliee.
VIRTIBLE V-.. Redole, Ford-a-
ists Trnamlsnle. new top,
w/!/w tai, A-I.
LET "BL Atll COUPE. Nylon
seot coven,' v/stw tir. redlo.
Clean as a while.
CIAL 4-de ge bylowr
trnsmissio. saiek. nvyb' a-
helatem, /u/' Misa, Tu4M.a.
FOU SAL!I l5| DODfll
CRANkOO 4 dew Mlm.
W/s/w t(Mk eNaI OOW. NOw
CATAUNA "8," Tu-teae, by-
dreamatls. sadIe, v/s/v flred,
loeager plistevy. New car ooq-
4kt d. e 4 sodin. New
peat. legter uph estery. New
tim and paila.
FOR SAL; -- 1949 OLDSMO-
- tsp.gug Unrsa -i-,yloei ephkhtery
hydhiMHls tresimsslem. A-i

.Thee we a fw of the m
-iA Used
sunlit, .
llld/lim- IUNI -

mc n hatIonai r A 4 Gi' Eusta- Osborne of tePn-
Istmeme colathlp t tnhe mssnted SaFtes V an te
guests a .n with Ieto l rener- ring up the matrn o e momn h ; te 1t -
01105 a tO *nainyig p Oms oAelrs
Panamaian naoal. .At te iae of the ll Pad- A welome reeptiowl w 11i be
Iqdlvidulis from. both Pana-.1 Mslas, Korean truec talks, .1,e_ held this evening for evaugelst
ma and the Canal Zone as well United States listed ,44 4 Ia Eustace L. Osborne of the Pente-
as members of the Internatlon- missing and uaccoiuted f o r. costa Faith Church, who return
al House A.oclatlon and their That. limber. has bean trimmed to Panami Saturday. after severAl
guests are. invited to attend the since to 43 wheo a sre.ti.ted .mnnts m the Ut,.ted States. ,
meeting. as mlssing and eae.sumd dead. The reception will oe held atte
Vaughn's talk will be in Eng-t Meanwhile, Pelping Radio said Pentecotal Faith Chqrch in Cho-
lish. today the Chinese Comn lsta .rflle, starting at 7:30 p.m. .

2.-.'" .

THIS HU5E5 THK VAA~-,aU5RigDWWD y""na urnW -i-'
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Novaliit hldreBn were bea T ake t lng a little easie, PapaGeofe I
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. -Mfflitary boards hearing came
, involving th new prisoner of
h war code of'conduct should in-
- clude a "qualified psychiatrist"
k and a former PW.-AMnvets rec-
ounendd yesterday.
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Sinrged that the frer POW be
- given equal status w~th other
court martial board members
a while the psycatrilt woul
Serve a a consultant.
Delegates to the organization's
11th annual meeting also adopt.
ed a report from its peace and
preparedness committee urging
a "secret" and "detailed prelim-
ins:ry Iveiu tion" of acaew
stemming from the new code.
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reduce the possiblty of 'stgma
which may attach to a member
of the armed forces who Is be-
ita tried for violation of th
conduct code," the om-
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i maUt n on which any sped-
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SHARPSHOOTER-One of severe entrants in the muzzle-
loading portion of the Camp Perry, 0., National Rifle,
matches, Mrs. Laura M. Brooks of Lowell, 0., gets her gun
ready. Mrs. Brooks fired a .335 caliber cap and ball rifle.

"' .' DIDN'T TAKE LONG-In fact, it took Little Cezar, the ban-
tamweight champ of the Philippines, just two.rounds to
.kayo Nazarreno Gianelli of Italy in a recent bout in Manila.
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is out and the ump is emphatic enough about it. Making the
olay during ame in New York is the Yanks' Gil McDoucald.

WILD THROW-And, as a result, the :
cameraman comes up with this fine
action picture of a play at first during s .
W Cubs-Braves game in Chicago. Dee
; Fondy of Cubs has missed the ball, -
which is indicated by arrow, and Del
Crandell of the Braves is safe at first.
Coach is Johnny Cooney of Milwaukee.

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thcoming Olympic Games,
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re is a Japanese athlete,
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ciano, the heavyweight cham-
pion who meets Archie Moore
in a title bout in New York
September 20. The other
boxer is a pet owned by
Singer Eddie Fisher. Scene
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Indians Aim

To Settle Score

With Nats


Tribe Fed Up With Needling

By Seventh-Place Senators


NEW YORK, Sept. 13 (UP) The Cleveland
Indians aim to settle a couple of scores with the sad
sack Senators tonight, the first one having to do
with something personal and the second one with
something like $10,000 per man.

On the personal side, the In-
lians ,are. fed up with the in-
Dreasing needling they have
been subjected to from the sev-
enth-place Senators, who have
beaten them 12 out of 19 games
his year.
Then there's the always vital
natter of World Series money.
rhe Indians, who lead the A-
nerican League by 1% games,
kre convinced they can ellmin-
ite the last major obstacle In
heir road to the pennant by
:apturing at least two games of
he three game series which
)pens with a twi-night double-
leader .a& Griffith Stadium to-
Toward that end, Cleveland
manager Al Lopez. who says
'this series can make or break
is," .has nominated two of his
Pressure -tested right handers
kob Lemon and Mike Garcia. to
pitch against Washington in to-
aight's twin-bill.
Chuck Dressen, the fiery lit-
tle Senator. skipper who vows
he'll treat the next three
games as if they were World
Series contests, indicated his
pitching choices would be
sputhpaw Mickey 'McDermott
in the opener and right-hand-
er Bob Porter field or left-
hander Chuck Stobbs in the
The Senators, who served as
whipping boys for the Indians
ast year, dropping 18 out of 22
games to them, have warmed up
o their task of "getting even"
his season.
$ome of the Washington play.
'rs have even said the Indians
ire "afraid we'll knock 'em out
>f the pennant race" while oth-
ers confidently assured members
Df the second-place Yankees

"we'll take care of Cleveland all
The Yankees, a game and a
half off the pace and one game
down in the all Important "lost
column." have troubles at their
own. But their troublOs could
suddenly dissolve ift they were
to beat the Detroit Tigers and
the Indians lost twice to the
Senators. Such a series of events
would result in a tie between
Cleveland and New York for
first place.
Casey Stengel is sending his
right handed fast -baller Bob
Turley to the mound against De.
trolt today while Bucky Harris
of the Tigers has given the nod
to Bob Miller, a 20-year-old bo-
nus hurler who has just return-
ed to Detroit after compiling an
8-2 record with Augusta of the
Sally League.
Harris already has heard
some criticism for starting the
inexperienced Miller, who reg-
istered only one victory in the
majors during the past two
years, but the Tigers' manager
pointed out his bullpen will be
full of others ready to step in
at a moment's notice.
The third-place White Box,
who-are 3V2 games back, are at
Baltimore for a 'twi-night dou-
bleheader, while the Red Box,
who insist they still have a
chance even though they are six
games behind, meet the Kansas
City Athletics in a twi-nighter.
In the only game scheduled
last night, the last-place Pirates
defeated the seventh-place Car-
dinals, 9-3. behind the six-hit
pitchlne of southpaw Lino Don-
oso. Dale Lona, and Frank Thornm.
each homered for the Pirates
while Stan Musial clouted his
29th and 30th homers for the



happy hits. 8 tp tunes end spectacular dances. Advt.
"THRE. FQOR THP. SHOW." *.he year's big musical in
Cinemascope stars Berty Grable. dancing Marge and Gower
Champion art. e..mediar. Jack Lemon. is the great release
at the CENTRAL THEATRE. tomorrow film ed in color
happy white. 8 tup tunes end aptc'Acular dances. Advt.

Four Favorites

Knocked Out

In US Amateur

RICHMOND, Virginia, Sept. 13
-(UP) -Three golf veterans and
a youngster have upset favorites
in the first round of the Na-
tional Amateu r championship.
Victims at Richmond, Virgi-
nia, include Walker Cupper Blily
Joe Patton, Nqrth-South cham-
pion Don BLsplinghoff and for-
mer champions Charlie Coe and
Dick Chapman.
F o r t y-f I ve-year-old George
McCallister-a real estate man
from Los Angeles eliminated
Patton on the 23rd hole. Forty-
one-year-old Ray Billows of
Poughkeepsie, New York-twice
a runnerup in the amateur -
beat Bispliyghoff, 1-up. Thirty-
five-year-old Art Hoff a jew.-
elry executive from La Grange,
Illinois beat Chapman, 2-and-
1. Jake Howard Juniobr-a 19-
year-old University of Georgia
student ousted Coe, 2-and-1.
Among the 72 first-round
winners were Walker Cupper
Bill Campbell, 1954 runnerup
Bob Sweeny, Jimmy McHale and
Chick Evans. The 65-year-old
Evans is playing in the cham-
pionship for the 43rd time. He's
won twice.
Among the 56 who drew finst-
round byes were Walker Cuppe's
Harvey Ward and Joe Conrad
and former champions Willie
Turnesa and Ted Bishop.
The golfers generally com-
plained about the greens, made
bumpy by recent storms. Patton
lost his match on putting. He
could have halved it on the 22nd
hole but missed a two-footer to
halve the hole. On the 23rd, he
conceded McCallister a one-foot
putt and then blew another two-
footer himself.

Toronto Eliminales

Havana In Pyolys;

Wings Lead Royals

NEW YORK, Sept. 1 3(UP) -
The triumphant Toronto Maple
Leafs. 4-1 victors over Havana
in the semifinals of the Inter-
national League playoff series.
sat back and relaxed today while
waiting to learn whether they'll
meet Rochester or Montreal In
the finals.
Toronto won Its series, .f our
Cuban 8gaSu a .t. t
Rocheste r. meanwhile. In-
creased its lead to three games
to one with a 3-1 victory river
The Leafs won their game
early, knocking out starter Jose
Bracho with a three-run burst
In the opening frame. Ed Blake
was the winner for Toronto al-
thoueh he needed relief from
bic Rav Shore in the eighth.
Harry (Dukel Markell of the
Red Wines hurled his second
five-hitter of the playoffs and
his second victory In beating
Montreal's Tom Lasorda. Like
the Leafs. the Red Wings scored
enough rtns to win In the first
Inning when two walks. singles
by Jack Brandt and AlUle Clark
'and a sacrifice fly produced two

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Player, Club g ab r h
. Ashburn, P. 131 500 87 169
C'nella, B. 115 419 81 137
Klus'ski, C. 146 583 108 184
Furillo, B. 130 486 79 153
Post, C. 141 576 110 181
Kaline, Det. 141 549 115 187
Smith, C. 143 570 113 178
Power, K.C. 136 551 81 172
Si'pson, K.C. 103 350 39 108
Kuenn, Det. 134 574 94 175
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Murillo Cumberbatch Return

Match Gets Commission O.K.

PLAY GIRL-Nancy Chaflee Kiner tried to keep up with the
American League race-and the doings of husband Ralph Kiner.
the Cleveland outfielder-before she played in the National
Tennis Championships at Forest Hills.


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If the bright young men responsible for the current Broad- Mc]
way epic have a follow-up in the works, and are desperate for four
a working title, they may wish to consider "Dam the Yankee i
Tears." of
At intervals, scholarly explorations are conducted seeking td te4
establish why the Yankees are nopt quite as pop lar as love, Davy f
Crockett or the $64,000 Question, with results mr're elusive than
eonlighteni,. 4 ,.... .
It col!' be that they cry too much. From manager Casey
Stengel down, they claimed the umpires took a game from them
practically at gun point in Baltimore on Labor Day. "There tfor
were five close decisions and they all went against us. I never. Fi
saw anything like it in my life," Stengel sobbed. I
It is of course possible that the umpires kicked all fivk but fore
hardly probable. These things usually even themselves up, thanks Alu
to the same mysterious mathematical force which gives a net be
balance to batting fluctuations and managerial guesses. ga

Blaming it on the umpire is not in keeping with Yankee
tradition, oI, what is much more important, the spirit of the
game. Moreover, the anguished squawk is especially unbecom-
ing to a team that has won so often, aided, as all champions must
be, by at least an aquel shake in the breaks.
The Baltimore clamor which grouped all four umpires, Grieve,
Stevens, Napp and Rice, as jugheads, might be dismissed as a
commonplace manifestation of pennant strain, if it weren't for
the fact that the Yankees have been similarly in the past.
Somehow they are not popularly identified with such terms
as Umpire Baiters and Ailibi Ikes but these are fields in which
they do better than all right nonetheless. It's just that they
usually do it with more finesse than their rivals.
Larry Goetz, a National League umpire, embarrassed them
no end a couple of years ago by making a speech in Buffalo in
which he said they had not only won the baseball championship
but the crying championship, as well.
Unusual words from an umpire. Being from the other
league, Goetz probably felt less restrained by protocol than if
he had been an American League umpire. He had worked the
Series that fall and his spech drew national headlines.
That was the Series in which the Yankees had 10 errors, or
more than ,18 previous Stadium champions had made, prompt-
ing orator Goetz to suggest that If they practiced more in the
field, they'd have less reason to cry in the dugout, a vocal hot
foot which caused both the manager and the front-office brass
to glower.
The most distasteful attack on the umpires, however, came
earlier In Stengel's regime: It was at about this stage of the
race and the pennant situation was also/ much the same when
the Yankees lost a key game in the Stadium on a courageous
call by the aforementioned Grieve at the plate. 'A near riot fol-
One of Stengel's men fololwed Grieve under the stands and
accused him of having bet on the other team. Grieve's no giant,
but he had to be restrained from tearing into the knot head. .
And next day the Yankees were forced to apologize to the man
in blue-who could have made it easy on himself by favoring
the home team.
That's not the way the umpires play it. If they eyer start
playing it that way, there'll be no more baseball, Stengels,
Yankees, or Cowbell Hildas.

Yankees prestige is still considerable and it would be a pity
if senseless rows on the field were permitted to cheapen it
Desirable as it appears to be, the Yankees can't win them
all. Stengel added nothing to his stature last year by whining
that rival managers saved their best pitchers to throw against
him. as if they were obligated to keep the Yankees in busi-
ness. and exploiting the fallability of the umpires smacks of
more of the same.
The blunt fact is that going into Friday's game the Yankees
were a disenchanting 500 for their last 14 games, and there just
aren't enough bad umpires in North America to make a formi-
dable pennant eontender look that bad.
As in years past. the Yankees wil win or lose on their own.
Also, there will be days when the umpire hurt them and other
days when they help them. No one In baseball should realize
this better than ld man Stengel.
It is suggested, therefore, that the Yankees use Thursday's
game with the KC AAA's as a model for the rest of their jour-
ney. They let the umps ump while they W ed ball. It worked
out lust dandy, though Bill Summers, bi the pile, was so
surprised. or delighted. .. he made a 1 eous all of both
ball aad strike on the walk that forced I e wIbning run. It
takes Ume to get ed to change. ,.

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The Panama Boxing Commis-
sion last night approved a pro-
gram to be presented by Caras
Nuevas, S.A., (New Faces, Inc.)
at the Panama Gym Sunday
. Caras Nuevas is a boxing pro-
moting group organized recently
and headed by Panamanian
business man Sidney Arias. The
syndicate's first card was held
at the Gym Aug. 28.
Sunday's program will be
highlighted by an eight-round
return match between Roberto
Murillo and Byron Cumberbatch,
at 126 pounds.
Murillo was beaten for the
first time as a professional by
Cumberbatch Just over two
months ago, when he dropped
a six-round decision.
Murillo looked real sharp last
month in outpointing Rafael
"The Bull" Brathwaite in six
heats. A determined Cumber-
batch has been working out
hard at the Gym on B Avenue,
while his opponent is doing his'
conditioning at the Maraflon
It has been reported that the
winner of Sunday's bout will be
signed up to meet Colon's Man-
uel Prescott, who won a unani-
mous verdict over Luis Thomp-
son in the feature on Caras Nue-
vas' first program.

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(NEA Tilep
MAKES PREDICTION The only connection with baseball
Cox- has now is when he watches a game on televalfoi atIdl
Newport, Pa., home. Cox, a former Dodger, predict the D_
will lose the World Series again. "They always fold up
Series," Cox said, 'and if it's the Yanks, well, that's rib
Dodgers' Jinx."

In the semifinal, tempera-
mental Lope Pancho engages
Vicente Worrel im six stanzas NATIONAL
at 128 pounds.
Pancho Is coming from a six- TEAMS W
month suspension meted out by Brooklyn 93
Colon boxing officials when he Milwaukee ... 80
refused to continue fighting aft- New York ...73
er two rounds because-believe Philadelphia .72
it or not-the promoter allowed Cincinnati .. 72
him just two courtesy passes. Chicago ...... 69
when Pancho had demanded St. Louis .....60
three. Pittsburgh ...56

L Pet. GB
49 .655 -
64 .556 14
69 .514 20
73 .497 22,'2
75 .490 23%/1
76 .476 25
82 .423 33
87 .392 37V2


Cleveland ....88 55 .615& -
New York ....86 56 .W06 1
Chicago ......84 58 .592 3i
Boston ......81 60 .574 6
Detroit.......72 71 .50 6
Kansas City ..59 83 .415 18%
Washington .. 50 89 .360 36
Baltimore ....45 93 .326 40%

ancho's opponent, Chocolate 'TODAY'S (GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
was awarded the win on a Brooklyn at St. Louis (N) Cleveland at Wash. (2, T.
0 New York at Milwaukee (N) Chicago at Baltimore (2,,
an the mainspreliminary, Atlas Philadelphia at Chicago Kansas City at Boston C
e takes on Meano pa- Pittsburgh atoitsburgh at Cincinnati (N)Detroit at New York
co in four, at 120 pounds;
I the curtain raiser brings to- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
her bantamweight Sonny (Night Game) YESTERDAY'S RZSULT
Kay and Edgar Miller, also in Pittsburgh 001 302 003-9 12 1 Open date
r. St. LoUis 100001010-3 6 1
ard hitting Sonny, a cousin no (4-6) and Shepard. and Burbrink.
the late itRAo Meray, Haddix (12-16), Wright, Gettel Only game scheduled.
ught for the first time pro-
aioually, Aug. 28. He scored
four-reoud kayo over Dick r-
itterfly. I
Iuadr Carasquevas also of- eM a
L a .V'at that laver falls, to ..,,, .
the fans in a good mood be-
Sserious hostilities begin. eT
ve hooded small boys, weigh- Of Indian1 In ive
between 90 and S pounds,
be let loose in the ring be-
e the curtain raiser. They will T A T
(at each other in what could T ROetai A
called a bllndman's buff 0 R t i L r w
me, until all but two are elim- _
'he hoods will be removed and NEW YORK, Sept. 13-(UP)- fight, the White Box also ho
remaining duo will then Mathematics are on the side of battle in their front office.
tile for one round to end the the Cleveland Indians in their Vice President Charles Ci
seplay. drive to repeat as American key and general manager F
prices are 50 cents, general League champions.' Lane are involved...but
nisslon; $1, general ringside: has the club tnrweint




ave a

VU --, Mr.
and $2, reserved ringside. Fans who back New York. Chi- Grace Comiskey, on his side.
cago or Boston may argue the There have been reports Lane
S point ... but cold figures point to would quit because of recent dis-
Cleveland. agreements with the son. But
i The Indians have 11 games stay.
S left. If they win only six and "The report he is quitting Is
A P CII i lose five the pressure still would just a lot of conversation," says
AT FOrt Kobn e remain heavy on the others. To Mrs. Comiskey. "Charles just
At Fi t vo tie, the Yanks would need eight talks too much and Frank gets
wins out of 12 games, Chicago hysterical."
would need 10 out of 13...and Rumors of a rift began flying
Leather is flying at Fort Kob- Boston would have to swee tswhen Lane recently voice re-
be as the Lifeliner's 1954 Carib- remaining 13. sentiment about certain umpires.
bean Area champions and hop Even Yankee manager Casey White x officials drew a $00
uen aspirantsbegin condition tengel admit time may be finefrom Comissioner Ford
eseo i ,..rto competition in inning out on his second place Frick for that,....and young
the Fort Kobbe Boxing Tourna- running out on his second place Charles also reproached him.
ment slated to begin on Monday, team Ive s a winning strd all year we had Lane later apologized to League
September 26.S to have a winning st much President William Harridge. Mrs.
Stengel, but there not much Comiskey says she is sure the
Under the auspices of the post or one now. episode will be forogtten.
Special Services Officer, this manager Al Lopez of the In- "I've been around baseball
year's contest promises to besha after ittin hat 43 years" say Mrs. Comis-
even better than those of pre- oubl head r with the y, and have een thi or
vious years which provided en- Yanks Sunday. ofi th ng happen before It
tertainment for over ten. thou-" usually tur out happilytn
sand fins in the Kobbe area. "There's no- question that the end."
With several members of last second game Sunday was a bignor eague
year's championship team re-i one to win," says Lopez. "But Minor League President Geo.
turning and reinforced by sever- in a way, the three-game se- Trautman takes exception to
al champion golden glove box-W ries we start in Washington those who say the minors are
er, this year's team promisesto night is the biggest of the doomed.
e stronger than any previously year e biggest of the Trautman admits the minors
fielded by the Lifeliners who have serious problems.' But he
win the Panama Armed Fore5s Iaddie.... .
Twrn t~h Pa ma- --med or L Lopez has cause to worry a- add--I'm tired of prophets Of
a mChampionshipCo and theg bout the seventh place Nats doom who say we're headed for
ChaibbeanhiCommand BoxingWashington has been a Cleve- the cemetery. Baseball '115
CPamcinatnp In 1954. to land nemesis. The Nats have years old and has had plenty pf
e,.otingw I ,n the tournawon 12 of 19 games with the problems before.
ment will be teams Irom com- Indians. Trautman says many critres
nany sized units of the First, make the mistake of accepting

uns. Each battalion will be per- had won those 12 instead of leagues thought they would be
mte to enter a weny man Washington able to operate says Trautman
team ranging from fly weight to In addition to their pennant "This year we have 33 leagu1e9s
heavy weight in an, elimination ad inoisn going...and all will finish."
tournament. Champbat saio n f mandta t adds that ths isa the
gory will represent Fort Kobbe minors have completed a seaon
rented to the winners and run- wtihout at least ohe leag dob
ner-ups in eac. weight limit. ing.

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former POW' by courtmartial German Chancellor Konrand Aepronouncements indicatr te Germanswho carried int o iplo elto be *

resulting in seven convictions and nauer demanded today three mad talks may ended in failure to reach Russia-to establish diplomatic re. tween the fedl epub1 of Ger- KSSIVf Rl 5 ut a a.
three acquittals jor concessions from the Soviet any significant decision nation" emn aid. "The n and the he .

least nine other Army men, ino insistent Russian demands for the Adenauer said he wa T no pes. our invitaS, on to come here 1 ad He stress Ve "vry grfat im- fa
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c ase wu e p ped oa b oronaf ler n estn o a madt:e area wall rtae-or1 ..- ea" .-p -
ur mrtial at Fort Meade, Md what the chances are of Russan right when : All that The German do not want fC o man es sio n
tiacls, U of the Bsoldiersop wn b ,b d- n ..e .eh Bm

Tes o h. .een w ited acceetCome. lo-kl Gbade w tonn .- t-e diplosatic rela tion den sadWt Germanp menIKn Arba BatA t 1O majest oln
du ct E Wn Korean pris o bat.atd d eane id o tnt Adnaer rit at ,hruay tth S" t a 'th- nno .S
now have been clearedoofoathel l With 51saying the aged mnoratch
cases er Aropped. ster isnovnaysralmes se s.ed inhiewieeRlls ur o i oler"

Three of the Army' 112 have aa ratading that full myonovs remarks made It Offerig champae toast Bl h ad a "very frank an very open le mal o r -
ineeThe Army actually has tired 0 MOSCOW, Sept. 13 (UP)-West last night, an exchange of public rMyn in a frien bu t firm tone hearted and lomem even hard a ad
former POW's by court martial. German Chancellor onrand tA. pronouncements the relee of reiterated the So et demand that exchpge of viewss" He added d tr
resulting i seven convictions and nauer demanded today threEastG- talks may ened in failure to reach Russa-tdiplomati relati on that he would leave "with the De:l4tat ot ofln rM th r rS

three acquiteaed today that 48als.Jor concessions from the Soviet any significant decisions wer i should be establish d.d convict na the ois trip to Moa- ssiveJuug
Changes are pending against at Unlor hi return for agreement to But Dulgaan hI a toauC to Bonn government haaac.eptedgild,-
least nine other Army me in insistent Russian dem ands for the Adenaer said wa no pessi our o to coie he re and Heesede in BOT pt.y great m)-
evidence Ax have been clea d their foreign ministesadors held a mist. He said h numbe-oere iport doe no thecannot taet e soer t -: Algeria r
ecurt Boa at Fortd M are across. what the long cha ones are of Russian Is right when It says: 'All that The Germansdo not want ilmaemen uesg
Charges also have been filed acceptance. loks bad w u to th iomati o oitws of special Importance d Alo RSAlge ommGt-si- 1 b te Algerian Communslot mi b

aoin three turncoat : Otho G. But there is no question that So- bestl G cause such a move would poSC sblr that IAn our eoti attos we spoke (UP).-Th government outaw- t
fe ,Hilo, an ho y- ve Pem Bgg an Soviet Deputy Foreign minister entail recognion of the ast G- with the sile frank e the Aerla o t 1a -e.
tsWash4 William c. wart, 22, party chief Nikta Krushchev and Vladimir Semyonev was man govrmbt. ness,' he. cont -. "We Ihta ve ty today for Its support of 1-,O
tt ao, Ga.. and Lewis Griggoregn minister Vtov the reception whether the Soviet the f right there tiore, now to murderous anti-eAth p Ue.fth.
JTh cksonvleTe in thexr rou which nruslcnsidering the Ger-government would be prepared to Bulganin and Adenaner sat sIl drink because we did a good job." that killed someL0 oeo- siar. Bo?'dLtour wt
f orMhicnAey-wereiapropoa.continue discussions with W e s t by side during the receptlon at Adenutter said Wea Grmany men and Arb last Auguat 20.
Remain with the Com- The ful German osiion conermany on a lower delegation or needle stretching d good relation with the
i unlsts afe the armistice b u t tainingthree epints oa e wh A Cein fo wer d pubth-n o t de
Inty cagedtheirmi de g committee level if Afilenauer con- almost the whole width Of t .e viets but he ale dly stress- ed in the olpW Journal ban- thei nt wqe sl d
recntytamemide.rninwas reiably reportedbytinues to refuse full diplomatic re. white-plastered St. George's haedhe*as opposed to an tiame- tiwtheartzy-wd "all orgfl- .e t

Lnues. use hKlh. Guotrnma s ab reported wt whr .e*U: s. t a d Ur. .. Eill
e An toef era d aon member teoi ble: tlaEtions now. LE, A O M at the grand Valance of her Krm- diat exchange of ambassadors ziatons andma Colatlons diret- ': -e
Chrl ilondis corn- G He replied 'tarnly, "No. There in. 1"i'ri' k to go friendly ela ,- lhaatta toit."til
e C harles E. Wilson b s advisorylem te held in th hor U e oin b h15 only one side that can give in." At Adenade sl t stn n r .
rrea for Gnrm ti is o l on e lt t .. ,, eall ly ate tB Iino~tt.' 1 S c e r
She; wa *jeuj ho w9Union." h sa Suh- tons wiO 4wGo_&S U. ilu-n.or Shortly before thT iOanou..h-
ihad a 11 asesO poun er pvest- lAgreement that the final r-t n response, to a further qies- chev. o Bugan, asl e were w onlyr e lth e n Adentuber ,meat,npolCe a !7. Anl nar ,-..-

Army ha od1 2 c asi T e E n e er on Br e wan o ur t e ly in rm an d Fo reign Mi is t me m be r s o1tahe G e m dele io. do, oA NP rt oblb l au nr. an C.
stion oJuly 20. All other serv- ders of Germany in the eventrf he sat absolutely Gsrm.orn ga minister Hef ae dilo mats Gr ie launched msE J N d at '
shad completed action on all reunifecatIon be decided only by ..r'the Russians should no t rich von Brenatano and then Mo- the best friendss" h said. communist he -- oi ifruco-
e e s ad Petht me treat li a ve in. ..lotiv." .AdKenauer said the Gemansi have c as we l be art.k r t.. U f
.Three of the Army's 112 have ao |ae ntUndertdlngthat full Semyonov's remarksmadeIt Offerig champagne toast,. B had a "very frank ryOpen ocalaof O tLV
r o the unclear the Soviets were not pre- ganin in a friendly but firm tone hearted and sometime even hard b uuC. alr,-Au.s

since beenI triedGwithona eIdiplomatic re atio b Cween .It A ,,lt lae a hor B ao brtBs w
iinc .aen tr cuits l *e and Mo asow will not ee t ee red to discuss the release of reiterated the Soviet demand that exchange of vhews. He added l lnation-we za-ids
w le that ply recogni tion of the East Ger eraneld n Russia before n aldiploa r cirea t I o a that he would leave 'with t h e r plate lt ls nit -ld Aa A.n
I aen aryed o t o many regime by Bn fu l diplomatic relations w e reo should e established. conviction that thi ttri to Moas- rv rn Jaor ures -tqOW1 U
have been ,ropped tar ,ack of Aaenauer annd B u Ig an nd 'etu a b is mohed."I,,,opo sevtora iso etehegla r-cwTno..-lo.. ..a d off iPan sam d ti v, en,"a
evidence, siv pnove been cleared their foreign ministers held a C3" *5 roilof iIm1fr 0 .x Urs'.
vHD dismissed by the A .rmy hard-as-nails bargaining sessionanW hadve b'eedrr ti d .. -. 1ENT M y A
andoneut dismissend by number-OfaimportantBdoomseruforotheo-uited eFruithcpmpa flounce s6. B"
security Board,4 a r e cros' the long conference table N.-.. r ..tb "f undredssofpmli.em enswung o e4r tht
apending-at Spirldonovka palace this morn-me "ation Hn redsofholicmen..pyepeJfru toys i.
The severest penalties. handed ing.inacotrid qtanof dqInesni$bustay"u t
down thus far were life sentences.* I- ,.-v singate of unhst nbfel of Au .tr.o.,-enrs.nrhb
Sfor SHt. Jmes C.. Gallagher, 23, BULLETIN oI we traveling oginis tibfrlh.NM- childoundeh I"anthe'Juorde
BrooCy, anCpl. Cdlauer J. arrests were msade.V Uq'.?nhl,.hernloio class RonhBh-la.
Kae hermit, Tax. MOSCOW, Sept. 13- -,- ew.u)telle ordered the raids fof- *tedr and tein s-Aiu 8 de fl tiulpihUie
However, Ktchelor's sentence The West German-Soviet Co1- lowing nry .ppolf th i lhA 0ug. 8 and 23 states o Canda of Un
.l0ter wn reditced to2 years at ference ended here tonight iInfaam .pp I ..
hard labo r. Gallagher' sentence with Indicabins that mpoper- dure--ia jse 51 Inch The campa lny o
tant delison may have beenniele meh. h
hoe .final session ended a- _
a,'41 m. So sidesctal 4.

-, ;.- ,eips-day the Soviet German -
0d.g ea dloek over the form igllht boys and It-mo
ofpturer relations between t he bornat
two fanner enemynations. te.e,, .
's ie seems lardn !have gone aground -n the sin-.pmt. During t
gte.twoe'no yOUngm anendgle Issue of German refusal to tiente were 'admittna z.o
s- e, n .et, it she ems, the accept a Soviet offer of ca om. .'. T were d aedharpd ds f
WPM = have the fnl sayt. W1plete, normal diplomatic role 4. The names and addaesof
ton snuob, i .Ut ghOr.W.ggtly.It government but not diplomatic de- were: Mr. and Mrs. 0 I Al
|, ssn~b, ,legatilons-but the Soviets bluntly GERMAN DELEGATION MEETS WITH SOVIBTS-Crancellor Konrad Adenauer, his strategy leyne,'of Panama CIf; Mr. an-
It b led last weekaln hou; be- refused anything short of c o m- fomed by an hours-long secret session with his aides. meets with Premier Nikolai Bulganin U Mrs. i. A. Pereira. Of Plnni$ .
fore d6art was due to wed V pret- plete and fbrmal diplomatic ties. Mosrow. Seated (left to right) Hans Globke, Karl Arnold, Waiter HalUatein, Adenauer, Hein- City; Sgt, and Mrs. J, J. Delnf-
S-y wasr olduoAtnnClayt"o Ad The 'Russiansdalsodrefused to rich Von Brentano, Kurt 0. Keisinger and Carlo Schmidt, members oZ the German deletion, do. of oFrt Kobbe; Mr. and- Frs.
t.h rich r fo the return of German war prisoners Coas and Mrs. J. N. of dwC s olof Pan
changed between Bonn and Mos. UI "-bY Irislflh IOasuardndid auuetC of Part 540; SP.
.~r Clark h om Cde u-ane-Mrs. LusA.
Teit stoned but the wdn They took this position despite SecuriSMty 'ImCoLd A. tt v.
4 t#.eter is'i 1'onl-tu and West German agreement to So- rlaForbesaof*TZI' apdra
viet terms that Communist East W ins1 as. ecurityUearance, Commission Girls wer born t w V
Meanwl ter An .s.. hop te lion between Bonn and oso.-Te Sst .r t)Beach, ad.J.,ioono, graduate of The case wai "decided on Its Aycock., of hfbro;r,
'e t up, s. tate. and The west Germans engaged in security clearance to a 23-year- who denied a Naval reserve com- bIasc American principles of and Mrs. A- 4 ald 9f MC R
S ,Ft-- 26dkwo solid hours of hard bargain- old officer candidate whose mission on grounds his mr fair play a4d Justi-e-,' the-Co-as t ra;r. J"n11TOrres, of

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