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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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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PRAY FOR i worshippers olfer prayers in New YBrlI'rSt. Patrick Cathb-
dral for the speedy recovery of President .laenhqW*r.

Arias, Seybold

Send Get-Well

Messages To Ike
Panama's President Ricardo
E. Arias, and the Canal Zone
Governor cabled their mes-
sages wishing President Elsen-
hower a speedy recovery yes-
The governor's cabled mes-
sage sent to .h President's
bedside in qyv said:
"'Ahe thoBuh1lk4ud wishes of
4th., & al f iu*f VAIn"J ZontF,

Adlai's Chances

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BOSTON, Sept. 27 (UP) The famous heart s
ist who-treated President Eisenhower said today th0,
ident will be able to assume some of his tasks in
three weeks and should work rather than fret.
"The President will be much better off to. tl
some of his duties than to worry over neglectingr4
while he recovers,"' Dr. Paul Dudley White said.
He said the President quite probably will rover
health sufficiently to run for office again but "of
the decision is one which only he can make." ..
After two or three weeks,'Mr Eisenhower shotui
able t4 attend short conference sessions and stud, ,";fi
papers. -

White arrived here last night
S. from Denver aboard a military
transport plane.
e e oom InHe said he would be in his of-
Belfeved Booming nflee as usual today, but that he
__ ..would be. In dally contact with
the Preident's doctors in Den.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP)- Harriman is only a pear younger ver.
Some Democratic campaign stra- than the President. Interviewed by newsmen on
tegists predicted today that Pres- The strategists made some res- hit arrival here. White said he
ident Eisenhower's illness w ill earvations in their appraisal of told Mr., Eisenhower, "Golf has
boom Adlai E. Stevenson's presi- Stevenson's chances, been blasedlu the wrong doer"
dential chances and help the par- Be. aEtes Keflaver (D- feu.). in hatilA-..- ..
VIH1 control of Congress probably will.coduct a vigpmeI .'-
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AM TIM Preaident and itanhower ae shown witif their amnily -after attend-
Alhurch services at.Augustaa,4 pa April, 18, 1954. Left to right: Maj. and MrW. John
a )Mta'ie aenhows ber mother, Mrs. John S. Doud; and the President. In
-.: d 'tzb.a are tohe MU children, uari; Barbara Anne; and David.
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i SVpIo000nA3, w ,A t t s dh 1 e .er ora0 and hs oral derful."
and in ay own name,l ralle date next al. ti ,sie es. He aed tr
fervent prayers to the 'Al- With President Elsehower out Repu an iiogal chairman still s "quite W k. ,
Mighty for Yur Excella cy's of the running, these Democratic Leonard all. o early said White gsld there Is always the
speedy fecoverv for the. re- strategists said some potential Re- repeated h ievd Preident danger of complications al
jolcement of the government publican candidates for the House Eisenho we b the G 0 P though there is no\slgn ian
and people of the United and senate wi be reluctant to candidate y refused now and no rea to
States and the benefit of world take on Democratic Incumbents. speculated on t qfesation in the any and he/ gave these ldd
democracy." And GOP candidates who do run wake of Preslent's heart at- tional points of progress in the
S will be unable, to do so on the pop. tack. President's condition:
llPresident's coattails. Hall s Mr. Elsehwer's President Eisenhower had a ..
SAs for Stevenson, these strate- Iless has romped no chu aes breafastyesterday of pruw HEART
I -Yer-,ld Falls g
ists see him in the role of top the n a o committee' oatmeal softboled egg, tot famous heart
contender who lost one decision plans or p graHe said the and coffee the most substan- Paul Dudley
to the champion. party pla a preat for tlal meal he has enloypa s e cbusett OGenera) ti
SBefore the President's illness the 195 aes paign W8l be t he was stricken about a&. flown to Denver
ym Hurs I Hsome Democratic leaders were saf.j Is an case,' Saturday. alcian already Att
SHleary of endingthe same c o n- Mr. howe meanwhile coming /roA m
tender into the ring for a rematch cams, under a fift direct poll- der his opsen tet t for int rt
The fit casualty of the new with the same champion, t hes e cal attack since his liness yeAter- vals. A temperature has -
The first casualty of the new informants believe, day. Sen. M tthew Neely (D-V. s d. Htis morals os gd.
school term at Ancon was re- But the withdrawal of the Va.) charged 'he President during He t been given a lfle asc. three weeks be flo*nlSe
corded today when an 11-year- chaiption-regarded as certain a Senate subommie hearing dative to make ham leep at in'ton to convalgce
old by hurt his head and eye beue of the Preidet'sheart. with using theadm in htbut not 4 macth But Dr. Whits we .
in a fall in the gymnasium this seizure-leaves Stevenson as the curty progrtlal to ar" D more he President con
morning. man to beat, they said., oerants. As to recovery, Dr.Whte 'sad, rmnearGet
He is saiTh-grade student An- These Democrats, party prtes- N eey said administ ition 4 t President lsenhoDr wwll have "About the 4'r
thony Scotino, who a arently eslonals who have not been 8tev ures on secu* firing, which he to stay in the hospital tw6 weelis should Ibe able.-
pad o ,entlon to fa IIenaon boosters, also are of the opi- claims are exaggerated, h a v and he should stay a month. mets aand ont
whiH he suffered shorty before union that the President's illness been used "extravagantly and un- If his progress continues t e Betw r o
the 8 o'clor bell rang. He was may, by stressingthe back-break- justly" by Republicans. good, however, he can, d
playing in the gym and fell ng physical demands of the pres- ie said he included in his
down on the concrete floor. ldency, do some harm to the am- charge "the President himself and
About 0 hour later duringibitions of New York Gov..Avere particularly (former New YorkI
class his eye and forebha4 be- Harriman is only a year younger Gov Thomas Dewey."
gan to swell and his mother wag v
summoned. The boy was treated
at Gorga. Hospital, but wu not -
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a -' 845 MADIBON AVE. NEW VYOR. 4 171 N. y.
tu MONTH., IN OamANG 8 |1.70 0 .BO '
4ep i*eix MONTHS IN ADVANC. 8.6 i.00
rou ONE YTEA. IN ADVANCE 1.BO 504.00


The Mell Box Is on open forum ter readers of The PsmIs American.
Letters are received gratefullv and are handled in a wholyv coafR ella
It you sentributl a lette don't be impetlelt iR deen't apper te*
eeat day Lettern re published In the order receiold.
Pleae try to keep he letters limited to Oee pge osengtf.
.Idedinty ef letter writers is held in tricteal confidence.
!- This me w per iassme no responsibility for estalaemeont as spiNle
easMessd in letter from readers.

Labor News

Harry S. Truman, the prominent
pianist who .eldSm uoftipedas
anything, got off a craek the other
day which mast make his mem-
oire but wideh will make one of
the tory 'lnes of the '56 presi-
dent iaeffpaign.

now lec ported t au e WhUftnonsem -
This place which is known as the Canal Zone haa becometiche
infested with a terrible disease of which everybody aware, in- and sta nd L ers of tb
,bluding te Governur. This disease affects the me$enl weak and RepTi,: COommntfe
1disarranged. These simple degenerates have a rather large fol- now walb tht 's ca
:owing They gather every nite of the week in one of the Club- mache l t it wia h
houses or on an Army installation. I will not mention what smooh aia- per
these poor fanatics ao for entertainment, for it would Interfere more so than that De eD
with my plans. There have been lots of remarks made regarding cratic Party itself.
these people but I had to see for myself.,
To begin with, they are not the most Intellectual set of peo- To begin with, the AFL and CIO
lpie in the world, and heir behavior would warrant being inclos- political machines will be meshed
ed at Corozal. or the frst time in history, int
* When they start piavine this game, from th6 very beginning one national political headquarters
ihey become fidgety, wild-eyed and nervous, begin to cuas and when the '6 campaign starts.
humble to themselves and when someone wins, they throw their That's definite. Plans for sue]
rda, cuss some more mumble for several minutes and demand political action will undoubted
professor be shot. be discussed at the AFL's hilg
eAs this condiLin is becoming mo-' serious every day, it is command sessions .in New Yorl
suggestedd that the Governor contact the superintendent at Gor- on Oct. 19 or 20.
as Hospital and ha;e a regiment of soldiers from the Army to
memble outside of the Clubhouses at the next meeting and as This me~as the AFL's Laba
at are leaving, tndow a net over each and everyone of these League fo t ilao pol d ticon
*on ble souls and crash them to Gorgas Hospital to be psycho- which can easinty put 9,000 pre
analyzed, as they are the last ones to realize their condition. Sug- e inet *tsa into action in the
t, psychiatrist that has no connection with this form of big Industr1sl. centers, w i bi
ihtertainmend migd with -the CIO's Po teurla
I would like to add that not all of these unfortunate masses Ad Committee of such tse
X humanity come from Curundu, as the Hill is well represented scoreof thouas ofsuch c
Search outing, and some are pretty big dogs, which is one rea- its available for duty.of
son this outlandish condition exists here in the Canal zone. Butt e scope of l Iborts potli-ea
I am sure anyone that plays this game could qualify for Co. drive against President.Eienhow-
rozal, and I think the people of the Canal Zone should get a ere pd a vast mirty of the
ttion and have these maniacs placed behind closed wal in the AFL's planates cafo the ele
here they could play until they blow their stack. tonal In a big procedelt
When this catastrophe has been cleared up will start on the tonbre move, In the AFL politicaled
Jvenlle pin ball delinquents. These kids that play the pinbaleag ill get its point of viewical
machines are the oiesoring of those confused parents that play g I getites, o i .of vi e
ts aSwful game which I don't care to mention. t 00 0,y imc be ms, o .
Mr. Bingo
r of our resident Ike, er No. 10,050 I believe. Ther The mailing of a fourpage ublics-worked
BOS'NDGILStion -- in one f the greatest mass
~: dsonabtl t_ esvp oat with -the
Skin ty rik, rred and not merged with Ce AFin, the
StAttle Girl from Balboa," I think that you are probably a mailing will also go to 5,.00000
t blflpr girl than you pretend. However I would like ito en- CIO members making this a
thteh you on your worries. W.illng list of at least 16,000,000
NoW the type of men you mention, and their are thousands pieces.
them h1 the'Canat Zone, are cslied "security risks" by officil&
r of ourn Gdip resident Ike, No. 10,050 I believe. Their The railway alone bave worked
two kln4s Of:! jty risks, m.nried and not married. AboUt with the ,AFL'and 'CIO in the1
per cent oftoms' d men are security risks and about the same pt- and-th rail outfits. have
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Stock Sales



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since IS."
....Note-The suppression of infor
mation regarding arms shipment!
began during t Spanish Civi
War in 1955 when shipments wen

c made to revolutionaries seeking t
WASHINGT'ON (NE The, that p ose4to sell theoverthrow thb Spanish government
WASHINGTON (NA) The that propose to sell the public shares at $100 each. Here wa a -namely, Frinco. At that 1 1me
latest gimmickJ stock promotion three million shares of o nt 20-million-dollar promotion schee the Stl rartnent sided Wt
schemeass just bee spotlighted par value stock for $1.25 a iare. in which the promoters propoesd Frao and didnot want news f
by Securities and Exchange Comn- For this $3,750,000 the. sh$ give themselves two per cent on arms shipments made public.
mission in the Uranium.Properties, holders would get 34 persul of ;rdss. before there were any profpublic.
Ltd., case. Hearing on is the stock. The promoters would its. LE'R TO
in San lflnefsco. get the other 66 per ceot, or SEC forced full disclosure of SECRET LETTER TO
Involod. Ins J t- venture or. $7,5.0000 worth on an-original in. these facts in an amended pros- EGYPTIANS
nized under California law by vestment of $1,000. ectus. So far, no reports have Meanwhile, here is another se
ubert W. Sharpe and Reyburn F. All SEC caan qin case of this een received of how muchstock Me hlette r written by W. H
Crocker. They propose a public ,,d is to fore, te promobtrg to has been sold, and any Increase vans Jr vice president of tM
stock sale of 6o0000 inn stiples mAke full dilosure oui l the of five per cent -or more in a ote internationali Cbpany,
of $5 for prospectorss' j bstake gimmicks of their scheme h the compa s capitamsa tion must be t Egyptian embassy, proDls
loansd first few pargr phs-of-thei pros- reperte. more purchases of arms;
Ti pitch i. that. Tper cent of pectUses. Wh atp other to RgS ration Q. proposed stock purchasesDo of arm:
every investors stock purchase isto scatter a ury ls issues it S tlieeore d Mrs.Do' m l tt .
will be It V,S. y a bonds. informptiou fl t ar some ev t ft h therd fice of Military Attache ... ..
Th& othi" ." 4 -be -u- Prosp#uW.o.nP 1900-Althr i s om gd ,v t s sety of Syria......:A
to fnapial ,,r .. -. .ertnent, 'orm Woih AveN.W..,,,,

welhsng on promises t help -
r- Greece win independence for CY-'*
s prus with its fourfifths Greet
o State Department officials lt-
ttefled, but made no conerue con-
e mitmenta. Meanwhile a band tU .
h Greek extremists is plotting tb a,-'
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Sously' f .y nio-purifled soul w might rPe around
In$Ttote e a look inside.
They don't sleep very good at nights. After'all, you can't kid
conscience, and they don't know for sure just where they
id. The non-puilfed souls however have nothing to worry
ut. At least they shouldn't worry.- They have nothing to
So little girl, if you are a little girl, that I/the story, written
onm the wisdom of ages, and a lifetime in the Canal Zone.
; 1 .- Experience

DUls -

o voted

The strategy of this unprece-
dented mailing is to get labor's
message in one compact package
right into the homes of some 50,-
000,000 to 60,000,000 voters.
In the past, the AFL and CIO
have distributed these voting rec-
ords to selected' groups and to
union headquarters for posting and
discussion. Now, the material will
be put directly into the home of
every member of the AFL and
the CIO, too, apparently so that
not only will the uniotn member
read it but it wil be seen by his
entire family.

Then, it is hope that the four
pager will be sent on to friends.
But the labor strategists, now pro
paring the bulletin are counting
on each home to add two or three
readers to the 16,000,000 member-
ship total.
Never has there been such cov

The AFL, at least, will concen-
trate on the industrial centers
since it frankly recognizes that it
votes. But, it does hope to carry
:very industrial area and some
Sf the Fe4eration's people believe
is will be enough to beat even
)wight D. Eisnhower.
The Republican counter offen
give will be hidged on an effort
to separate regular Democratic
voters from the Democratic Party
rabdidate by charging that the
party is dominated by labor, its
manpower and its funds. Already
heRepublican attack has singled
u.t a group of political labor men
OWE POR pOLL ?-.Jlll'at8teer a of No %t O vfW and plans to brand them as "left-
f. e Uew eu-odd sebtal books a golep student will have wing" and "power-hungry."
eed during her college eer. Acrding to The Tuition Plan,
handleas installment napping of hool CIts foar parents, It's a safe prediction that what
yeer In a typical college opday. averages $1500. The cost of was reflected by Harry Truman's
alone needed to co-plete lour-year course is approxi- remark will become as much an
350. issue in this campaign as "Clear
it with Sidney" wars '44.
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SECm fa vesUtImatg to sB Not4the slick lr'otiop are Op t I* o$K nao Sw"e fDa ss 4'
whether it should issue a stop confide to Uranit 'ock offer- stop a: as f we j." for Aem t week *
order and bar public sale of th insmg; One such prosectus which thi year es a f .
tock. The reasons are that the gave SEC some trouble this year Four wer aa em reh inmmy r gs.
prospeetun does not fully disclose came from a plastic burial 'ault panire, sort m sincerely
the hazards of prospecting, and promoter. hotels Sd sg against a Neveda W..H. Evaps, Jr.
that risk is not diminished by No complete sample vault had aviation mt V. W & P. A.
bonds, ever been built. T e plastic hadi Both S Wman sairnr vio &had PO.
This is only one of thi many not been tested to see what action Armstron l and s prevans l tish ba offered 14to
questionable practices thatthe earth acids and alkalis would have hRaj, a, oun ,e e'iun
promoters of uranium stocks have on it after long burial. thet" Unless bua'wAP'U b vo n army, and made aips-
been trying to put over in tile Starting with ten stockholders tighten ut# o- ns r oco nt thiaut some of these WAe
current boom. owning a total of only 93 shares, opertimsp, the govwneaent w2lt a s eould use Israel .
A typical set up for such an the promoters proposed to sell to have to!do It to protect the iest- aSmu i.i Therefore, he argd
enterprise is found in one company licensed undertakers only, 200,000 ing public. gyptians. could raidIsraeli
...- lis, captur-e their ammunitti,
a A if 1e t bck.

waiter wincne in n New Tork
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BROADWAY AT THE FIGHT ing over the .profanuage used in elite ... ,'What's My Line?" will
the presence of 12-year-old quiz be fchalen ed a ka d-to.gus
- Press Ringside, Section 10, Row chemp Glo~a L erman back- Mystery es eve... VA
F, Seat 1: Eddie Fisher carry stage at the MartayeTallulah talent p sayYamka
a blanket on one wing and Debbie Bankhead prog .-. s a him. guchi sm p 'Japan's
on the other, makinglike it was a age for the AI' U a_ Mea- answer to Dori ay."
football game ..Never a fight co City nW K continuity
like -. No stalling, no sparring, writer chelk hatsO (at nigts) at Bing will prob'ly rll over lW his
no stage waits, no dead air. Only the 50th Strtet Longchamps. money-belt When he hears his bal-
Pier 6 slugging from gong-to-gong The new Coliseum. a Clumbus lad "Peanies from.Heaven" Ia the
S... Archie Moore's doec-waop- Circle a al mpleted. Only "Picnic" film. It turns up as a
oer left-hand was a threat to theone metre M '1 =met ,. Jitterbug number.. New York's
Champ-even when he was being Girls! If yo1 lay the gittar, sing garment renter stylists are plan
slaughtered ...Rocky's face didn t nd are lootale enough (fr n ing to boost Lem nd e for
appear blubby for the first time. Looks) apply at Madeleine's next Summer's colors Jean
Much thinner ... When he wifces on E. 53. Peters pulleG a Monroe and reject-
he is Danny Thomas' exact-alike eda script at 2th which
Bill Corum's swift comment Variety reports that the "An. S her esip eare Sauisna
(from the ring over the theatre- kles" millionaire producer Saw is i ttf ithe Sask. She
teevee mikes) wrapped it up neat- loft $100,000 defying the gloom.- merf witf t# lduoVietor
ly ...Runyon Fund prez Dan Park- Idity in July and Augsut .. It Sac a the d Nov. ... "Me
er (the Mirror's sports chief) get- also confirms what we itemed: and lit" (Core the new book
ting his annual salute from the That the producer (who also owns by her o (G r MeCitie)
Fund treasurer-over the roar of the theater) took $5,500 f m the is ;duect. ld.. Whe "War
the crowd: "Hi, Mr. President!" top for his rental-while borines N-1 by John WI (pseudesym)
Sugar Ray Robinson (in the and dancers (and some .oers) rives GOct, 5th a Sl ot os will
press pews) immaculate in navy took a cut to $B5 per week-the Wonde what t ht write
blue. .George Raft, Joe E. Lew- Equity M in i m u m. Variety wesn t rs amazingexpsri.
is, Humphrey Bogart and Wilbur should have added that he didn't ences Ih d serlbs in it. A yar
(Desert Inn Vegas) Clark... The lose a dime. (The tax dept lost it) on Skid Row and 5 daysula le.
fight fan, wo asked us: "Are you The Flop of the Year which ue, s alegbue sftgtl Maria
Jimmy Powers?" Movie actor lost $340,000 grossed nearly quar- ie va wigl tor. in "TeaIM es-
Bob Sterling wagering 5 on ter-of-a-million during its Stryout Or." Jackle Coaps n py, e
Moore an s u I k i nlg: "Ve got weeks at New Haven and Bst Prof, ... ewew a a e Ge
knocked out winning!" Huh? ... where it was a sellout bare it etiman. M ea en Id e s age. (40).
Roy M. Cohn, who has survived opened in those burgs. Why as It-.... .
folksporter mentionedodtsa" ary'
tougher fights... The New York- a sellout? Because ts Tr .r
pionship brawls To seef cast with section almost daily.-- Wu r UK
otey area too busy to see the rest and Sunday nights over the- ...Waysaa lR wo ,1
of the year. How can a show attracting early dseat hang suet sissy-S
S .0,000 W(in weeks) ome n a.
Sinner & g paint: The exiting Sta- IN.Y. with a 10,M00 decit? t .wo A 'luTE 0' e11
dium mobs choked the area as .

c onfused Frank Costello stepped's new That big ad in the r for s i i
his one "You are in thest wrong ana C e Jr..' &. s
car, mister" said the chauffeur, tu,, s "asts ca[, ,oo '
"I beg your pardon. said Mr.fe' have to whTe a ed i a
Costello stepping out in the gutter traiseGodfroi
fInstead of on the Glam nlks book- to dB e rMo orbs a
The righthful owner of the machine coverabeeTrc ckoeolatWeS i l ""
stopped in and chucklwantsed a he eyes inside

as Dree T.E' The town b 1 "rmaye l irente d .
Star Stipper Lois 'Duleem new ,r
feler is one of the wealthiest onl owe( Sb
ionaires in Texas. His wia'll have oMa Tells be had se
a fit.. For the Glamanp's book.Ito sell t"e
t Poor Man wants to buy heriMarn, who her ina
The Street... The town is buzz-, cravat s y Park SA .

CBmumB SLL fm$
It has now iKeS several weeks
slace the Comptroller General
ru d that Santau tBensn's
ma d appeal o puc opWmnn to

not. to act.

He ow learned that the
I.ue and resale of cheese was
Ist p opos to the House Agri-


DMES smew END Mrs.
Mary Knowles, a librarian of
lymouth Meetlng. Pa., re-.
fu to tell the Senate In-
ternal Security Subcmnmittee
in Wahington whether she'
ever had been a Comtnuqlst.-
She did asy she sla not a Com-
mnunift now.

New Luxury Lounge
in the all new
1956 FORD
Coming Soon.


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V traide;.alont sI highway near Tanipico, Mexi-
ilead.t 4=hem' to food, clothing and shelter. The
a*toll hba reached 400 ad Is still rising.

a Treats African Native

w, Prime Minkter Says,
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DURAr 'N. C.W Sept. U (;:
oiSoar lwart IS k I p)
Durlia was award-
ed 00 a damages fhs the
rd gopvament todty for-la-
junri hi a8fered in the crash
a Civl Air Patrol plane five years
Aeane ea sued theb -
medet,- ~ g e J da-
t n a na
ment In' dral eawrt l re,
ruled the goveraeat was negli
get In both the-muintenance and
operation of the plan,.

The plane crashed at E v a n as-
vlle, Ind., Sept. 24, 90 while at-
tempting an emergency landing
with both dvad.
Air Force Lt. Oliver Singleton,
the pilot, was killed and two oth-
ers also died in the crash.
Alexander was thrown clear of
the wreckage but was burned o-
ver his entire body by exploding
Alexander was participating in
an Air Force public relations pro-
ratm and after playing' the
Kansas City open he bad attend-
ed a public relations meeting.
After the meeting he was being
flown to Louisville, Sy., to make
connections ot Greensboro, N. C.
The government claimed that
Alexander was a "hitch-binker' on
the plane, but Aleader had not
signed a release,

xORK P- (UP) -Although and cannot change is foolish. Ac- Alexander, now j aying out of
1.the werld ha.t'n heard tually, they have no choice. In St. Petersburg( la., has made
It the African native is be- this modern age the African must only infrequent appearances on
ted s- a partner, in South- adapt himself to an industrial the pro tournament ciruicts since
"aela according to Prime mechanized civilization or perish." the accident..
rMGarhield Todd. Asked about the social status of Prior to the crash he had been
a native New Zealander the Negro n Southern Rhodesia, a member of the Ryder Cup team
eAt to.Africa as a mission- Todd said: and a leading money winner.
%9t04; and 'became. prilne "They are treated as social
r11at Soathern Rhodesia in equals to the extent that their in- Aeographic Brial
." interviewed when he dividual educations warrant and
,n Svw York during a to the extent that the personal
qlr which he regardsas a viewpoins of individual Europeans
irlejson mission" for his permit. There are no laws in my WASHINGTON The sultan of
I;- ceMaty. country to forbid social equality Djokjakarta, a Java city of 295,-
4M Rhodesia, whose 150,- for the colored and no community 000 people, keeps some 300 danc-
sre miles support a pop- pressure, as 'such, to make a pari.ters and female relatives in quar-
S2,000,000, of whom 165,- ah of a white man who invites ters to which he alone has access.
Europeans, has not only a Negro to dinner."
ill ot" to establish a mod- Todd said state-owned schools Explosion of a hydrogen bomb
Iluzation based on industry in Southern Rhodesia have P na- is as mild as the falling of a teath-
kculttur, but is firmly eon- tive student body of 345,000 chil aer compared to energy released
.tisat I-. ant- native. is dren. The primary schools are by an exploding star, says the Na-
Sg an .tsWral- part of the segregated, but a university being tonal Gegraphic Society. One
ra, TOdd said. built in the capital city of Salis- such supernova provided 10 se p-
S hav. e .n-a bury, which will open in 1957, wll million (one followed by 25izeros)
". have. a mu"t-racial. times mare enernv than the hnmh
nV ha

actories, Toadd told the
!t, "and wear looking] Asked whether natives were per-
Our country is rich in emitted to vote and hold office,
sources, gold, chrome, Todd said they were permitted to
pa-lithium, and tobaccd- do both "if they meet certain
a major part of.thIe standards." So far there.have been
al picture., no native members of parliament
ust. the wor parte and only 500 to 600 natives have
iUWn-"ith our mey sought and obtained the right to
aim~dbetimtn- :X2 t Ivtelarl J- I:,*

Ohio's Youngstown steel district
has added 60 companies working
aluminum into consumer g o o d s
within the last few years. Youns-
town's basic steel industry still,
employs 55,000 workers. Its steel
fabricating mills have 25,000 more,
compared to 3,000 to 6,000 for alu-

Sifi'6 b SS- .asI. quIte. contrast In parking lota two Lawrence,
Kom.i shk-oels uemtienta Sa hedin fqrb to I.w. term. Several esirs agoi, the high schobi and
junkm h ih' setcl otaeVoud' have looked"lilk.'the picture at left. Picture atright, which shows
how they look "aa nye, awnsioly a part of the Lawrence 1h1h School parkingg AOL SCLUSIVE
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Iu $Needed Mt ret
By pipe Band aTopa
BMARCK, N. D. (UP) ing s1-ats
The Bismarek Junior College has 'ian frile iM ej
a tip for The Citadel, famed mil- rivb 'here about Labor.L
Itary school in Charleston, S. C. Iter, tent a
Gen. Mark Clark, president of The wDIall from England
Citadel said the school will fea- of July. -
ture bagpipe band complete with The keel of 1th
kilts during football games, flower was laid recentfr
JC Has had a bagpipe brigade, Shing port os Bried sro,.
decked out in Buchanan plaid Sh antic under her own sed aro
since the fall of 1949. It plays at lanc nder her ow ea
'football and basketball games and
"Just about everything else." I potential pipers of the
Clarion E. Larson, originator of "Wiar them that it
the group, had this advice for the of wind.!
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s i onnre) G the skull's desire to remain aloof
J Atricutura. ard of living, (either an come Only in rare emergences, when
S nation, it is equivalent to $60 per monthor starvation motivates them,, wIll
Sfolorbd citizens mi ownership of a house worth at coyote; cougar, and mink risk the
w he puaject equally with least $1,500). skunk's noxious barrage.

'if a ovvrlooked the. Christian Many of the European residents Mines at Yellowknife In Cana-
nmd Kuhane considerations--which are-denied the ballot through lack da s District of Mackenzie produce
rWt don't the sheer weight of of citizenship, he said and nearly gold molded there into o0- poun
Sthur jm6bers of the Bantu natives 5,000 natives who could meet the bricks. A ton of ore yi eIds %
SMqiSl demand that they be inte- requirements for voting have nev. ounce of the metal. Each brick,
gald into our economic ambi er bothered to apply, partially be. about the size of a building brick,
edau." cause many are fa rmn ers in is valued at about $25,500.
Rlhminded that in the Union of isolated areas and just don't care ashingtonoo ha
goU* Africa, wbose Transvaal about it. The Washington zoo has a mon-
sector borders on Southern Rho- key that has flown twice as hi
e .the government majority ___ as any man. Together with anoth-
ls :that the Bantus must be er macaque monkey, it rode an
u as a Mpeople' apart, Todd fAerobee to an altitude of 36 miles
aid: a p a t, o before being parachuted down in
.. tof South Africa- has sr n the rocket's nose section. Both a-
SeAmnae or 't00years, h j3L_.9K' r u aOS nimas recovered in e x ce I e n t
awe are only 16 years of age, health and spirits.
e 10"years oback. t t Is In the Gulf of Aden schools of
,other side of the fence in porpoises reach vast proportions.
i- ingl about the natives. Some schools number thousands
h be and re being in- of these mammals that can leap
te o our civilization. To 20 feet out of the water.
tS teat they cannot be taught Tibetans have never used the

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It's at bad-or maybe worse-
o tell the .secrets your children
ell you as tt is to betray the
oildepbeot a grownup..When
&'mother say,."Jane would DIE
f-she know I was telling this.
iut ,.." she isn't playing- fair
vWk 1aer child.
Gd mananersen at home, like
rod manners away from house,
re based on fair play.


at ret, lcmorrow at theg "LUX" Theatre.


expression "Dalai Lama," Mongo-
lian for "Wide Ocean," for the
venerated rulers of Lhasa. Th e
Dalai Lamas have been spoken of
as Gyalpo Rimpoche, "Esteemed
King.' To their immediate fami-
lies they were known as KUadum,
"the Presence."
Washington's Olympic Peninsula
possesses the world's largest Sit-
kaspruce, 51 feet 6 inches in cir-
cumference, at chest height; the
largest western red cedar, 66 feet
and 1 inch in girth; and the larg-
eat Douglas fir and western hem-
lock, with circumferences of 53
feet 4 inches and 27 feet 2 inches
The Sudan comprises nearly 1,-
000,000 square miles, and a re a
one-third that of the United
States, yet its populationo is only
,8,0. about the same as 0-
Rio de Janeiro's city govern-
ment includes a Department of
Agriculture, sayA the N a t i o n a 1
Geographic Society. The reason is
that Rio is still far from occupy-
ing all of its special territorial u-
nit, the Federal District. 8 ixty
per cent of the District's 450
square miles is forest and 10 per
cent is farm land.
Anthony Ver .Hoeven, who came
to the United .States from the
Netherlands in 1860, has celebrattl
his 1Sth birthday. He says hebe has
100 living descendants, including
eight children, 2 grandchbliren,
U east-graehildren. and four

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Roberto B. DiWa Federico Carchi

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she was a faculty member of Co-
lumbia U. a an expert on pre-
school education.
wrt( fer NEA Service
a SThe dwarf who crashes the gate
at most major sports events (past
,- ..... ,. the cops and attendants) is
NORTH (D) I s o"Mace" Bugen an Insurance and
AJ J7 realty man of Pipsburgh, N. J.
SQ 10 5 2 ...While ring oebs are being
S24 4 interdooet "Mace" swiftly waddles
W 4|AJK T [from champ to challenger and
WEST EAST touches them for "luck' until
0 6 2 53 chased Marciano leaving the
S i 9 6 4 J37 Hotel Plaza it. the wee hours fora
S*J872 eK 10 953 another party in his honor at
S4 Q 983 Hampshire House up the block .
SSOUTH. Perry Como's song-magic remains
SKo0384 supreme. It is this fans hope Mr.
A 81 Como sing for a full hour and
SQS scare the $64,000 Question Show ou
'K 1K07 of 1st Place In t e ratings. That
1No 1-o th vul. program Is so far ahead of the
SNorth-South vul, other leaders it has no competition
Nerth ast Both Wet It's never a cinch. HalsMarch
4 F es 146 Pa truggsed r years before
2 a sP 4 6 Page 'Te eig Break" .. .The longshot1
|Pase Pass by that name (by the way) paid 11
Opening lead-# 2 for $2 Wednesday ... Fames8
.. Like This: Davy Crockett became
a has-been in less than a year .
It's almost impossible to lose the How to sta t aw : I. Bogart comt
ame contract in today's hand but pai ned:1 C don't a rve of the
*cuth managed It, Let's oza;nine John Way. IaAn .uary Coopers
wiere he went wrong to ee how a saying, s1huls, I ain't no actor.
layer can protect himself from~ i they arena ataid fors what t Fohe hel
S soba gusseson a hand re tn paid for? or
tins Sort. shooin In'iahr.|
,'est opened the deuce of dia- I
.i'n.s, anti declare played low
utun the dummy. East won with
re king of diamonds and returned'
the suit t3 dummy's acu. Nowv/ de- .
clarer tackled the trump -, taking' i
the spade ace and finessing thel / 4
jack around to West. This did ,
,uth no good, of course, tor West
ron with the queen and returned ,.z

South next took the ace oi hearts .
ind led a small heart towards du: '
iny. West played low without a
tuiver, and South finessed duni- The trouble with so many mo-
an 10. East won with the jack torists s tWhey never seem to know
qiearts and led a third diamond..
o0ing South to ruff. what they 're driving at. ,
South had already lost three
ricks and had to bring in four
lub tricks to make his contract. s
ueiturally took the king of clubs FORD'S new
dled another club for a finesse.
fast won, and the contract was Thunderbird V-8 now
WNen you have a hand of this
sort, with a guess in each suit, in the
your best bets is to force the op-
ponepts to help you. South should 9 5 6 F RD
win the first trick in dummy with
the ace of diamonds And return a Watch for it at
diamond. watch for it at
As it happens, East has the king
at diamonds and must thereforePAN MOTORS
in the second trick. What can CO ,LPAN MOTORS
at return? If East returns a
tk suit, declarer gets a free
e. If East ta=rs heart
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39 Askew
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41Shade tree
42 Shiny fabric
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serious problems if he were given
the lead with a diamond at the '
second trick. South would almost
surely make his contract with ease
and peace of mind if he thrust his
problems upon the opponents.

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a1ot so much the high cost
I the cost of high liv-
Wich impede Church sup-

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,.* Ma&"c Tdo Vsi p VAs host
Wgsteeft toa~i Mmiei at a
tarty Sunday ev at the
ox" fh 101 ton lr. an.d Mrs.
1. a, Stoir "n le~ria, e Ie-
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Viws, Jack Do~gan, Eod
wa Lawrece, b Daley, John
Bteveson, and Barry Davison.
Newcomers Style Show
Big Success
-The Style Show "Portraits In
Fashion" was presented by the At.
nttc 0.e Newoomers' Club on
Satuday, at.Brazos Brook Country
Club. offee was served at 6 a.m.
and: the abow started promptly at
10 a.m.
R. L. Sullivan, G. N. Ingelke,
T. G. tellan, O. W. Rysa, J L
SM T. Conley,- Mrs.
Vgna. Williams and the many
othe's assisted in making the
show a success
ProIoSI are to b used for ely.
ic eaity projects of the club.
S A Louise Wyn was the
Page attractively dress in a black
af wbft artist's osotume who so
nicely opeed. the large book _ov
er to reveal each portraitsetting.
Mrs. John L. Sugar, commentat-
or, emphasized the new long tor-
so and the many new colors and
.fine fabrics alo new change-about
skirts and blouses.
The highlights of the morning
wre Mrs. Lorenz Gerspach in her
"Galling Breakfast" outfit
ieh was. print pique robe- de-
uigped and made by the modelI
,eseff. and portrait, "T.

If and Mr.

Other m od e s rticpating
were Mesdames D.. E. rier,
Philip Brows, Harry J. McGIu-I
ness, Peter .Scherlinsky, John R.
Snodgrass, Charles Chadd. Misses
Jeanette Roberts, Barbara Grier,
Donna Tryner, Carol Chadd, Pen-
ny Wilder. Masters Larry Stan-
ford, Howell Wynne and Joseph
Wynne ilgo took part.,
Mrs. Charles Chadd was hospi-
tality chairman and Mrs. Norman
Hutchinamgson nd Mrs. J. P. John-
soB were hosteses.. Mrs. Howell
yanle supervised backst age
easing and appearces.
Marriage Annoenced
Mr. and Mrs.. EmBmtt Westott
Arg of Gatun, announce the mar-
rlage of the ir- ter Xatbryn
AnM, -,& ashinston, to
%. Jo h ipb uiro-of'Port-
laud on Aug. i Pgrtlind.
Feet wve Asn.
The regular meeting of the Fleet
Reserve Assoeiation, Branch M
for the month of September will
be held at 7:30 p.m., Building f,
pier 1, Coco Be]* Naval Statie.

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The 9A z = _e -0ork-.
toemanroil W "tae nd re-
cevo osthly dues from present
Gestert r,. -
ocltaUout ued etp take
plee M aiel 6arr. o4 at 6:30
'p.m. at t US fto .
* Many pitant issues wil be
,eealt wIthb, jlt~ dnt the fipal
teadi 'gof ohe d a mluon.
Bourgeois for reservation.
Guests W veicot"e.
Kkls ntt Iahtulled
b Sinalw Ofl on
hws MgldfB GarreU of aies -
run wasWnat teda fas _Ohy AKd
Order 6f tll'-iir^ at
held at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple on Thursday evening. The
groupof more t one one hundred
and fifty attending included mei-
bes of the assembly, their p a r-
eats and friends...
MIus -Pamela Hawthorne, who
bak completed her teem. as Wor-
thy Advisor, was the installing
officer. Other installing officers
were Mrs. Joyce Hawthorne Burk-
hart, P.W.A, j.mnhal; Tlds Lois
teensn, ChaqI.n; Min Jean
Chambers, Ritecerder; Miss Marie
*laklfey. Treasurer; and. Miss
race i. WiliUa OraMt.
The roatrom 6 %e tl *) a
(Continued i Pae 6)

holds map on which yellow
roses .ghlg ht plac o.f Im-
e to her. was n-
stailled as Worthy.Adviser of
Crlatobal Assembly 2, O Ner o:

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very t spoonful! The secret is an old and treasured
native ecipi. Pieces of choice chicken ~est...bright
red toatoeso.. fluffy white rice .. .cut of tended
g ti -all are mingled in goldeU-rlh chicke
stock and sesod to per-
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Serve in sherbe.ilse& "
Fresh aa4 Grae Tarts
(YieK; 4 s) ,.
One and 'one-half cups water,
1-16 teaspoon, salt, cup. sugar. 1
tablespoon fr6sh lemon Juice, 2'J.
cum diced firm ripe fresh -pears,
2-3 cup. fresh- green seedless
g rapes, 1 tablespoons cornstarch,
3 tablespoons, water, teaspoon
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saucepan.. Boil 3 minutes. Add
pears and cook only Until tender,
4 to 5 minutes. Remove pears and


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shells. Top with grapes. Blend I .
cornstarch with water andgrad
thickened land cear.I
Remov* from heal. Stir in grated i .In CENrR '
lemoI rind. Pour over fruit that is CEN It.
in the. tart shells, Serve cold. I T01O 8 416 C LTAL AVENUEsO&
Note: Make tart shells from .
your favorite pic-crust mix. Follow
directions on the package.


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Tivoll (41 of July) Ave.. N. a]A20
(ogpclLe Sei School Plioiround)
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Tel. 3- 973
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Monday Thru Thursday
lo appoltnmeut
Fora teir f.s.m ony.
and their fumilie only.


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4o of July Ave. & J L.
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Automobiles Apartments
FOR SALE--1949 4-door Ford ATTNTIOM I. 1.1Just built
Sedan: Radio. heater, direction- modern umrnished apartments. ,
als, one owner. Navy 3665. 2 bedrooms, hot. cold w at e r,
-- ..- -. Phone Pamme 3-4941.
FOR SALE:-- Hlllmons. Calle
Gerardo Ortega No. 4. behind ,FOR RN:-ModernI -bedroom
Mercado Reoy Phone 3-4640. studio apartment: stove, refri-
-- gerator, hot water, air condition-
FOR SALE.-'54 Ferd Converti- ed. Campo Alegre. Prene 3-
ble. equipped, low mileage, like 4242, b between the hours of 3
now condition, $1995. Phone o 7 p.m.
Mr. Green at Ft. Amnader 5296 -
or 4208. FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished apartmoilt ot El Congre-
W nt t R.v in' 2* st.. house: living-
tedU o Buy dining room, 2 bedrooms. both-
-WANTEDT BU-'---- Y room, hot w a t o r. telephone,
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth kitchen, maid's room. garage.
tires. suitable for recnstuctlon. independent entrance to aport-
"Reconstrutera Necionel",' Peru mont. near Hotel El Panama.
Ave. No. 7. Phone 2-0406. Coll for information: 3-5586
WANTED TO BUY:-5 to 7-'- Pnama.
hp. Ammonia eompressor and FOR RENT:-2-bodroom mod-
condenser. Pnene 3-4640 Pana- ern apartment on Lefevme Ave.
ma* Moderatoe rent. Phone 3-1901.

West's Big Three Foreign Ministers

Meet To Plan Their Geneva Strategy

Agenda Internal. do Publioaoionse
A CMAl U Ave
-t -, Edgap SI ftm

FOR SALE-. Leavigi elahmnus
Aussr*d hdoMiteld fwniture.
Vwy, acmUs
street roem Naienbl Cv Bonk,

F04! SALE:-Cemplier -
hold lurnture. 0weMr h n.
PRonem 3-2 Hom 845 tI-
pavi, Margaita.

bed with mattms, eIll spring
vanity; Underwpd fypewritmer
new automatic tir; yout
bed; miss. Items. Berghi purirW.
Phone 3-4461 Panama.
FOR SALE:-1953 medal 9-cu.
ft. General Electric friu rator,
60-cycle. deep 'free eaqpart-
ment. sif-defreati. 122.X.
Balboa. Call 2-443J after 4:30

FOR SALE:- 1951 square tub
"Mayteg" wAshIng machine with
wringer, non-rosting galvanized
steel inside. Reasonably priced.
Phone Albrook 86-7208.


FOR SALE:-|rbwin. 2 air con-
ditioners -hp.-llO volts Syl-
vania in perfect condition. Good
for office or bedroom. Reduced
to $175 each for quick ule. Call
Panama 3-0226, 8-12 morn-
ings, 2-5 afternoons.
FOR SALE:-Deep Freser Cold-
spot. 12 cubic foot capacity, in
perfect condition, porcelain in-
terior. Call Panama Sheet Metal
Works. Phone 3-6122.
new American beet known Fint
line ires; 800 aod 20x15 end
other sile,. only flr fow dras.
Peru 7. Phone *2-0406:
FOR SALE;- T e complft
$20, cest 536, trouss 34. e4 I
cellent conditions HNomi, 750-
D. Balboe Road.

Rummage For"'dle
Tomorrow Morning
A Rummage Bale, soonoOred by
the "Church of ur Saviour" In
Cristobal, will be held on tomor-
row at 9:00 a.m. at Store No.
6015 on Front St. near 7th Street
in Colon.
Desperately in need of more
rummage to sell and would ap-
preciate it If all those who have
not cleaned out their closes
would get busy and contact ei-
ther Mrs. R. T. Thomas, House
61-A In Gatun, Mrs. E. C. Orr
In House 29 In New Cristobal or
Mrs. J. B. Dorow. Hnnse 12-A In
Brazos Helehts or Mrs. Andrew
Stohrer, House 8103-B in Mar-

A 202 H. P. V-8

will be in the

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OX 2 31. C.i L
General rear, refinish: Ratta
furnituare. Gurenmtemd workmu-
ship. Spedal pricm house use-
ice, delivery In front Belbee
Beer Gaden, "JIMMY."
IConstructlon Clntrect)

Project No. 51-103. Additleona
Section of Intercepting Sewer.
Carlteto Amli,e. St Tiemas,
Virin Islands. OFFICE OF TER-
THE INTERIOR. Diyj(sl.of
'Insular Affairs. Office of Terr-
tories. 0epeinnopt of the Into-
nor. Room 6412 interior Build-
ing. Washington 25. D.C.
Sealed bids in single copy for
furnishing all labor, equipment,
and materials and performing l l
work for the project descrihed'
here -jrlll ae received ntil
3:00 Ajlantic .Standard Time'
October 20. 1955 in the Office
of the Director, Virgin Isands
Public Works, Division of Insu-
lar Affeirs. Office of Terfltories.
Department of the Intaier,
Charlotte Amelie, St. Thomas.
Virgin Islands and then publicly
opened and read aloud. Infor-
mation regarding bidding mate-
riel, bid guarantee, and bonds
plans and specificotiins and oth-
er proposed contract documents
are open fM public inspection at
the office of the Director, Vir-
gin Islands Public Works, Divi-
sion of Insular Affairs. Office of
Territories. Department of the
Interior. Charlotte Amelie, St.
Thomas. Virgin Islands; R. L.
Kenon Associlates, Consulting
Engineers. Bell Building, Mont-
gomer. Alabema; Lbater M.
Man. Room 2711 Interior Build-
Ing, Washington 25, D.C.;
Housing and Hme Finance .A-
gency, bI 3113 NY. Depart-
ment Stalfdlbdin. 1064 Ponce
de Leon, Selturee, Puerto Rice;
A.G.C. Office, 1113 Congress
Building, Miami. FlorlMd' Build-
e. Elxcange, 46 Northeast 6th
Street, Miami. Florida; F. W. CoeQrWtio, 119 West
SUk' I k. New Yuk 18,,

e pffred from the office of
R. 1. Knen & Associeaes. Con-..
iIneg En.ineen. Belt 'Bulding."
oagmery, Aleboi NO
depit of $2,.00. Dep st sell
be only by eirtifled check pay-
able to. t TreasuesV of the
United Sta"eb whlh will be re-
funded to to fide -dder up-
on return ans ind'saesflce-
tloM in I cenditlog within
thirty (: lender deys from
the date eblid opening. A bona
fid e a d includes any persne
who submit e bid for general
contract, hbut does not include a
person who submits o quotation
to the general contract bidden.
To persens who procure ploni
and specifkaidens upon payment
of $20.00 and who do not sub-
mit e bid $15.00 will be re-
funded .upon the return thereof
In wood condition. within thirty
(30) celeadar days from the
dote of bid opening. No refund
will be made for return after
that time.
Each bid muet be accompan-
Ied by a sMtisfactery bid guaran-
tiy in an a nt not less than 5
per cent of the total bid.
The sucessful bidder will be
required to furnish a perform-
ance bond qnd payment bond,
each in the amount of 100 per
cent of the contract price.
No bid-pav be withdrawn un,
til thirty (01. calender days
after the scheduled closing time
for the receipt of bids.
The Goremmmet reserve the
right to waive any Informality
and to relbct avy or ll bids
when such is in the interest of
the Govemnmemt.
The eyuatrstleM of an addi-
tionrl secdti of the -intq4mptieg
w al seneollgohe muse"tingt
1-inch V. interceptions low-
er; or Asdelng In the me
general direction, fram the vi-
i fty Y Tvaer Gede to the
Lit Station 'er the Feam Vii-
l'go whhl indde s the folow-
ing ippeiimate oeanetite:
1 al -ed Cese-t i frit
Che-pa 11 Ceonoete Man-
(h1o C 14 depth); 2 10i..
Ft. *". e (Heoaling end In-
stalli I; 500 .IdX. II. 1l'
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NEW YORK, Sept. 27 fUP) -
'oreign ministers of the Western
1g Three powers meet today to
lay plans for next month's confer-
nce with Soviet foreign minister
Viacheslav M. Molotov at Geneva.
. They will be joined tomorrow by
West German foreign Minister
Heidrich Von Bretano who was
due here from Bonn today.
Two secret sessions were sched-
uled at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel
with U. S. secretary of state John
foster Dulles as host.
Dulles planned a diplomatic din-
ner tonight for British foreign sec-
retary Harold Macmillan a n d
French foreign minister Antoine
Pinay. Molotov, who will not take
part in the secret talks, will at-
d the dinner.
The twqdiay meeting of the Big
Three minifsr was to coordinate
strategy for the meeting with Mo-
lotov scheduled to begin at Gene-
va Oct. 27,...
. Tbh July 'mnmiti conference.,

Four foreign chiefs to work on at
a subsequent meeting.
The agenda included:
1. Reunification of Germany and
European security, to be discuss.
ed simultaneously.
2. Disarmament.
3. Removal of barriers between
East and West.
A working group of the three
Western powers has been sifting
details in Washington and t heir
report was before the foreign n
chiefs today.

Social and Otuerwise
(Continued From Page FIVE)

banked with fern and the letter
"M" was worked in yellow roses.
YeUow ros were interspersed in
the tern e twined around the pe-

rt o tog-

fter Artho ory Fdn ad French Pre- es I rainbow hue were placed at
mn= ]dgard Faure prepared a the seven color stations.
h-----pot agenda for t Bg After Madelon had taken her
installation pledges at the altar
and was instalUed, sbe was pre-
Ssented with a framed map of her
native state, Texas. and as the
In ftl .tA F A Fl organist played "The Yellow
Il rfuC M u Rqse of Texas" as background
music, she was excorted by the
Marshal to the elective stations
VO llT CUMV n l where the officers each placed
a yellow rose in the map pinpoint-
RABAT, Morocco, Sept. 27 ingplaces opf special importance
UP) Violence, strikes and na- to the new Worthy Advisor.
tinnallst agitation spread through
Morocco today In protest of The officers installed to s e r v e
Ftench delays in applying the with Miss Garrett were: Donna
new peace plan for the pro ector- Humphrey, Worthy Associate Ad-
ate. visor; Patricia Leach, Charity; E-
A r s o n and assassination at- dithann Eckhoff, Hope; Shirley
tempts were reported from all o- Keepers, Faith; Terry Louis,
ver the country after a terrorist Chaplain; Sarah Barfield, Dr ill
bomb attack wounded 17 E u r o- Leader* Lynda Geyero Love; Jea-
peans on a cafe terrace-in F e z nette Swicegood, Religion- S a n-
last night. .t .I dra Hughes, Nature; Rachel Ra-
Merchants shuttered their.h ah del, Immortality; Janet Sw ice-
ln the native quarters of a n goodFidelity; Colleen Salter Pa-
bar of big cities in a strike prb- triotLsm; Linad a Cunninghakm,
testing French slowness, of So- Servie; Linda Erikson, Conflden.-

Toei uSmouwr in noUoti*15g tar bie aa
tor prize m "the $84,000 Questio' m Police.-said two Moroo s inO
tonight motorcycles escaped after t"sha
a bomb into a group of 0 per-
"W 'lll want her to stop now," sons &eated on the terrace of the
said Po ',but she always has Renaissance Cafe in Fez. Three of
S and is the. boss. She's theovictims'were wounded serious-
'1to just what she wants ly.
s Two Moroccan children were
said the 70-year-old Mrs. wounded by a bomb explosion in
not showing any signs he old Medina native quarter
t he felt she should of Casablanca early today. In the
"money-wise I don't city's new Medina, a Moroccan
percentage in her going militiaman was shot and killed
by terrorists.
Another bomb exploded in Set.
Power of 1ut0rd. Ga., has tat, soLth of Casablanca, I as t
i the 3,06 evel in.' the night but caused little damage. In
giveaway 4-.1Ww by an- Marrakesh, terrorists tried to set
Sa series, of baseball que- a movie theater afire, but the ar-
Sinudb.deMr t on I gh t son attempt failed.
to retire wh her w i n- In Casablanca's o d Medina,
,or try to doable them. Moroccan. stoned the synagogue
S'' where Jews were attending Yom
who u Kne hre, from Kippur services.
N.C. tat As Ntionalist impatience grew,
h'.or.his WU t f French Resident Gen. Pierre Boy-
S t am a de Latour conferred with Mo-
r eccan leaders in Casablanca
..e. Premier Edgar Faure's plan to
"'. ,'. .,give a measure of delf-rule to Mo-
rocco was stymied, with the pre-
wants one of the boys to mier caught in an impasse that
tr pert just cabe she threatened his government wi th
St" W '" said collapse.
'fhaa 'l b-l be. be- I de Latour forcibly expels Sul
.:0. a ,d 3il0a, probably tam Mohammed Ben Moulay Ara
S... 6- fa from his throne, Faure will
of M. P w er, lose his essential rightwing sup
*wer 0f West Pa1n* ppt,
|, alsipn ie~ d to But if the sultan stays, these
i'.towr a tMe for the can be no settlement with Moroc-
Scan Nationalists and the situation
n mem ar lead to new bloodshed. In
dsl m .n ort menM that case Faure would lose his
W 4-Pt. esprntial center and leftwiag sup-
OU2 poTrt.


Uaal uObservor; Rosalue Radel, uut-
er Observer; Grace Argo, Musi-
cian and Fay Wray, Choir Direct-
As her first official act Miss
Garrett presented Pamela with
her Past Worthy Advisor's jewel,
a gift from the Assembly. In a
very pretty ceremony Pame la
was presented flowers and a gift
of appreciation from her officers
who had served with her during
her term as Worthy Advisor.
Mr. Garrett presented his
daughter with a gavel of native
wood, suitably inscribed, to be
used during her term of office.
Service" bars earned during the
past term were presented by Mrs.
B. Donald Humphrey. Acting
Chairman of the Rainbow Adviso-
ry Board. Those who had complet-
ed their color bars and earned
their "Pot of Gold" were Terry
Louis, Jean Chambers, Colleen
Salter, Joan Facer and Pat
Special guests during the eve-
ning seated in the East were:
Mrs. Leah K. Dugan, Supreme In-
spector of the Order of Rainbow
for Girls on the Canal Zone. Mrs.
Gladys A. Conley representing
Royal Palm Chapter No. 2, O.E.-
S.; Mrs. Ann Eckhoff Worthy Ma-
tr.-, of Fern Leaf Chapter No. 4
0.E.S.; Mrs. Frances Orvis, re-
presenting Coral Chapter No. 3,
Q.E.S.. Miss Garrett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day and Mr.
Whitman P. Garrett, Worshipful
Masuter of Sibert Lodge. A.L. & A.-
M.; Mr. Norman B. Davison.
Worshipful Matter of Sojourners
Ledge A.F. & A.M.; Mr. Jay A.
Ounuiham., Master Couneore
I--* *TAA~u t~o rmute fnltE

MINOT. N.D. -(UP)- A mee DeMolsay- MrslJean D. Judge,
strolled casually up to the gsak- XMter Advisor; Mr. 2mmett W.
S her's table at a meeting of t ety A ; Acting Rainbow Daddy and
council in the i nicipal M.,* D. blnaphrey. Actlg
L rium. One aldearman trape'd It VC ae the a~ RIow Advso-
stepping a its tall and a a0l ryIf
merman haped Xt out the whlr.
S third an nt thav .i stallation ea -
moluetraps be pUresded hB
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DANCINGi:I aollet Toej T,
Arobatkc. Cde mc ub? M1
bea, Phone 2.2363.

NOTICI:- Wkih to pIra our
MIalemit maid-witb M seyas
yum. Leaving Zo. Pho-
Ho lamn, las" 3577.


Shrepne's furahed heuse o
beoh at Sae Clare. T2.elamo
Thoenmp., ale6 1772.

puAt Caie. Low ratem. Phime
Il bo.e 1866..
PHILLIPS OcemlaW Certem.
Satee Clar. Be- 435. Bete.
Phne PaMume -1877. Criee-
et 3.1-73..
Baldwin's famihmed epartmoat
at Sentd Clara Bedc. Telephone
Prbe ck. BbSN 1224.

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Ike Can WOrk
(Continued e sa ga,. 11
Dulles and other government of-
Pr. White's explanation of the
President's condition was the
most detailed since the PresF
dent was stricken.
The President's case, he said.
Ii "average." The mile-high al-
Utude of Denver and the Presi-
dent's vigorous golfing had
nothing to do with it.
SuB'h attacks. Dr. White paid
are one of the most common
illnesses ofe fromtheir 49s
thrmA h Atr e s. The Presf-
dent wtall-be 65 years old Oct.
Ne wsmen queatiom4e him
closely a~put whether Predident
Elsenhower will have to Ourtall
his activity so sharply that It
will keep- him out of poltIcs.
Dr. White said if "Mr. tnere"
shower has a good recovery, ax
we hope. and is able to resume
hIs normal type of life." he
would not rule nut a possibilitv
of his belne able to run for a
second term.
But he studiously refused to
gay whether he thinks President

m n a i wu b es
Be said that he should. 'ble
to resume his beloved golf. If
his recovery Is otherwise satis-
'But in any case. he emphasiz-
ed. the President should not try
any strenuous activity for two
months and it would br best If
he stayed in the hospital one
month to 'nsire emolete rest.
This the Presidet vind'r-
stands. Dr. White said. He
know that he needs complete
rest to let the dlnmon'ed heart
n,,acle form a hard saor.
Thp formation of this sear
usiallv taken lace In the seer-
ond week of llnrim. and It hard-
ens during" the third week. If rest
is rnm'iete.
HNo dfscl.mef that tb, Prasf-
de"t s ,ffered prettyy bado
7win." 74ie. the attackr sfr,'rk
him while* 1,* wa. vo*eev in the
,nme0 of hiq iqther-tn-law,
Mrs. lifvera Dond.
He was given moruhimn then
and has been given anticklotting
medicine to discourage further
His temnuerature. taken rectal-
Iv. Sunday showed a readin.r of
101.4 degrees. Dr. White exDolpln-
ed a rectal temperature reading
is one degree above an oral
reading. Yesterday h's tempera-
ture was back to 99.5 degrees,
normal for a rectal reading.
In a way, this fever waq en-
couraginr., With It. the Presi-
dent's white cernusele count
went un. showing that the dam-
sne In is heart Is under repair.
This epif-renar- In the heart
brnnght on the alitht fever.
Dr...White tried to explain for
the newem*n. In a lavman's
terms. what happened in the
President's heat tor strike him
HMe paid a small blood clot. or
thombauQ 'bin ailment is
kown teelnIealv sa. a ior namq
tarombpois-formed In an artery

MOSCOW. Sept. 27 .- (T"p.-
Wester diplomatic observerll
today the foftheomnlg visit ofw
sia's two top leader to IndaI
Afghanistan foreshadows .
shift in Soviet diplomatic active
toward Asia. .
Tass nlewg a s.acy au
latt nott ttbt Premier
Bulgamn atol Communist
first secretary Nikita Nhru
will visit India for two w
this year, probably in Nove
or December.
Reliable source here said w
two Soviet Leadis also pran
visit Afchanist** on their wWa
back to Moscow from New 0A
The visit to Inia was ai'
spouse to an invitation exto1j
b Primne Minister Ja
Jehru during his recent v1:
Moscew. Khrushchev seat N 4i
a telegram of acceptance, ..

These events, cooled wI
side trip to Afghanistan and-
recent developments, gave. w
ern diplomatic observersth-.
pression that Russia was. a
her diplomatic activity east

leading to the President's h rt ,
It caused damage to one ar ea 4
heart muscle, which was b tO..)
ed off from a blood supply.
The reason' clot c
the artery, he V, was b
age or some other factor ..
narrowed the artery. ,. ,
It is often not possible to
tect the narrowing of the
until a clot catches. Dr.
In an average case. such-
the President's. he said
cry consists of the d
muscle tisseu-known tec
ly as a myocardial Infarc
being carried away-and sear
sue forming over the srea. ,
That is why. he said. It Is
essary for the President to. .
He must give this-heart t
the time and opportunity-,, 4
form. ,
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and. st, Tox. Her' ditnatioB lm that
r t tr surround her. nt ow, left to
e: Great-great grandmothers Mrs.' Molly Metts,' 80 of
d. Tex.. and Mrs. Mary Ann Walding, 85, of Cut and Shoot:
ndmother. Mrs. Viola. McDonald,- 81, of Baytowih, Taex
'mv left to right, are; Grandmothers Mrs. Loot Metts and
e M old, both of Cleveland, and GOaet-grandmother.
z%. Gioce. of Cyt nd Shoot.

ul shot Thi l c ife
MIAMI, Sepd t (UP) -A thi
vPictiof a alouhusbad' bul-
lets died yettery after endhag

aeen I otel.mA
Kenneth MDean rahasm. 8, died
of wounds I lC a t
mest .Chrit er
aulw shot his ad we to
death ad thep ke himself.
Police said dlarIk-haied 2lor
Charlotte Trager, 23, actually hatd
been Kaul's common Iw wM ei A
incoherent note was found en
Sa ul's a trgvenes
for the klingd shotb xpl
S"t1his was the only way out' be".
cause the girl was "so deep hi my
-Graam and the Traser woman
were shot sitting in a car out-I
side the telephone offices where
she worked as an orator. Police'
said Kaul their put the gz to this
head and shot himself.

Science Gls Mony;

ueries Frm.kis
I way

Youngsters at the seventh and
eighth grade level have a much
greater Interest it personal prob-
lems and boy-girl relatlonuhips
than jis ge aU reYrcoglzedM
S '. public school programs
T OAnd children ask more questions
bout science than an other sub-
ject. Science runstwo to one ahead
of lauUons abohdt other school
subjc ts.
-Thes were among the couclu-
Robert Stack id at ai Burns was direeting ~i er mian ductindicamonted by usa pU s in
g. movie star home run in, a CIJS-TV show innHollwoo. grades four thr-ogh eight, 4,531
t he's -mading no secret During a coffee break t Yfgo~to parents, 212 teachers and 10 11-
1gers arere c sed-and talking about Red kelton and r s, directed by J. 'Harln
h .. ,.h m il .Me, E .h e.... asked. Bu .Wher, l r .. H l

b. U .r' t e' w whb has a .r about
.jo Iml 4 months hubby children: vacations. boy-girl relationspa.
'Ka" -" I "Mr. B rns,' WE live in a 28- .ehies, values and religion.
Sfor him again In room home!e" a rei
r. eat s y in the Morn-' "ausua' movie studio jobs are
ing stand-out pr'dr as common as hardboiled eggs at Ma
L i id-out perform- picnics but fellow named Roy 'ssW lmH ,f
t Ustercal 0ong pilot Neal'of U-I's prop department is
o gh and the igty" and claiming a new one-"musikal in- II U RAIM
t e beay In "House etrumnent silencer." Inuu II rPioneru
d on srve hatwo', rI'm taking his word for it. Movie
M everlad two parts alike," music is pre-recorded and some- m AN Ui
About his diuy up and thing has to keep those instru- ig V I'I "
career "but I can't say I'm! ments noiseless when dialog is BOSTON (UP) Massachu-
bout escaping type casting. involved. Neal says he stuffs the setts has just discovered that it
U13.Hollywood's still con- mouthpieces of brass instruments was a pioneer in the field o.f air
bout .what I can and can't with cork; soaps the things ofi conditioning.
Isa been 16 years sineq I guitars and violins; removes thbe prowling around a sub-basement
S.Deanna Durbin's first love strings from pianos and rubber-1 in Massachusetts' state house,
'lavie. To some people in izes the surfaces of percussion I hilt In,.1797. workmen recently
S. I'm. like the old instruments. found a cast-iron Wheel, six feet
*-it never changes, in sal in diameter. .
t eyn. o tI "H f I hear a single note," says A check of old records revealed
hetey* think of Stack they Neal, "I knew I haven't dame my that this wheel was used around
, that Durbin .icture. I'm job perfectly." 1855 as part of an intricate syS-
make them orget and I He jat completed the music- tern to keep state employes cool.
ri' gradually succeeding." silening for Benny Goodman Driven by a leahter belt off a
Story" but he sayp: t steam engine, the wheel once drove
.,, OKeefe .Vill star in "You should have caught my act an ever large wheel, -set flush
Aleflm .series, "Hart of the day I silenced Stokowski and against the wall and rimmed with
WIF'1 He plays a news- his symphony orchestra for the a score of open funnels. Cool air
S.. movie, '100 Men and a Girl.' Man, was pumped upstairs through a
K Of Audrey 'lepburn's what a day that was." series of bricked passages. .
during the filming of _
urad Peace" don't add'up, Herb Shriner missed a bid forCLltl _J Ptonile
| 0p" irk Brmnden, a movie fame when Warner Bros.Shetland Ponies
actor just back cast Will Rogers, Jr., instead of .
S j .RlRo ,e.,. Di. n erb laIthe Will Rogers film biog- r ire DgBUSIneSS
Hi.I vbted the set," ..rkraphy. But the TV ad night club n, T .
i ,, y Was working comedian still doesant regret it. PONCA CITY, Okla. (UP1 --
and en-. "Looking back POW," be.told me* Raisin. es is btig business.
'.t pe..lratare was "1 realize never would'have Ween E. P. Go. mn and .bls brother,
a scene-ih a f.i arbe to play aSy else. Ray, paid a record $S,500 for a
clar that Herb's screen tes. s as Rogers four-year-old blue roan mare and
whole com- set some kind of a marathon ee- a copper sorrel eolt at te annual
SfltV.. es'." 'ord. He first tested for the part erry, Oa., Shetland pony sale
12 years ago when be was Ten this summer.
Sears later Warner Bros. still P .started raising the Shet-
ladn't made the film and tested lsnd as a hobby years ago.
him again, using the same photog- The hobby de ped ino the Beau
TAN her and director Cheval Sheta pmy form at the
.ft lI t n. him again for the first greenSa erm w t of here.
Stime in 10 years, the director- ""
a! In lke nUW complained: "Herb, you look dif._ _i _
"So do you," replied herb.
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U M Um II AIRIMMAW "Aflemy guard" stomps on the lid
of a "sking coa" tat holds a trainee at the Air Force's con-
troversial "anflbrainwashing" school. The school at Stead Air
Force Bae, Nev., is designed to prepare trainees for life as prison-
ers of war. More than 28,000 combat crewmen have gone through
the 17-day esouse.

Faltering Philip!
eawi s la is fllna with bralse.
We-.wem atep" mad ruge be uaes.
Wparh would a0i U8 home lik. new.
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11 Negro Prisoners

Complain, Riot

At a. Work (amp
BAINBRIDOE, Oa., Sept. 27--
(UP)-Eleven Negro prisoners
complalinng of living and work-
ing conditions at true Decatur
County work camp. rioted for
more than six hours yesterday
before they were overpowered
with fire hoses.
Warden C. W. palmer imme-
diately ordered 'the convicts
placed in solitary confinement
or 30 days and said "we will not
tolerate such incidents."
Palmer said the rioting con-
victs barricaded themselves in
their barracks about 2:30 a.iT.
and began breaking up equip-
ment and furniture while de-
mandinir less work, more food
and radios.
The warden said the rlptera
threatened 34 other Negro cop-
victs with clubs torn from
chairs and tables because they
would not join in the demonstra-
tion. None of the other Negroes
joined the riot nor did the white

Three times he called on the
riot ringleader, who was not
identified, to surrender, Palmer
said, and finally he called In
the Bainbridge Fire Depart-
Streams of water from high
pressure hoses brought an end
to the riot 30 minutes later and
the '11 convicts surrendered'
peacefully, the warden said. De-
ratur County police were also on:
hand to prevent any further vic-
lence, he said.

Palmer said at one time the:
ringleader shouted that "we are
in It now and ready to die" I
The rebellious convicts ripped
" tt .ffit'w apart
d d *othiere Bmcks'fwntshtngs
before they were subdued.

forest Fire Toll

Drops In Wisconsin
MADISON, Wi5. (UP) Wis-
consin. one of the more heavily
forested.states, rut dawn the num-
ber of forest fires by nearly al
quarter from 1951 to 1951. aconrd.-
ing t( the annual report of Chief:
Ranger Neil LeMay
There were 957 fires in 1954 re'
sulting in 6,736 acres burned and'
an estimated damage of 27.392.
Cnmnarable figures fo' 1153 were,
1 218 fires burning 9,799 acres,
with damage rurtn a to A64.941.
Of the 1954 fices, 89 per cent were
held to 10 aeesh.jr leqs.
1The 1954 fire seas openMed ear-
ly in veas with fire being p.eoort-
ed each month from Jninuary:
through Novcmber. The soitu.'fre
season wai above normal. but the
fall season was below normal. Sev
enty-four per cent of the total num-
ber of fires occurred March
through May.
Debris turningg agi,._*k the|"
lead among causes of tire, with(
about 35 per cent of th total 6 nd]
accounting for 65 per cent of the,
burned creage.

Double Star BOms BarMW JSaw6 I

Candle Alt Both Ends E cu'vnr
BEKELEY Calif. (UP) eir hair f they eer
A double star that isdestroy g It- bald after a ha t t
I self by "IurnAng the candlt at
both ends' now is under scrutiny ,JTh. guarantee bas leena
, by a group of University of Cal. for 4"-years, ever sIe fi
ifornia attrobonlers here. opened hi slips bht so f r
The fast-living stellar object is .one h8s 9 ln apoDA tlb
named Beta Lyran and, by study-
inm it,-the scientists hope to learn Coval flgles he is'sal besau- !
more aboui the evolution of double it wouid q)e too much trohb O4J'
Stars. Beot. Lyrae. a famous star, going any one individual's I 'Ii4
'is near Vqga, in the constellation of the eight-foot pile he he s a. s
of Lyrae, visible with the naked cumulated in the rear of- irhw s t
l eye. since -191.
The astronomers believe it i5 He said he started ai 1l t
burning itself out faster than any clippings w lu he first ib I
other double star but that's not bring so any of bhi d
too fast. 'could gaze upon his once luxu is
Dr. Otto Struve, professor of as- locks If :.e ever became baid.
tronomy, said the large star is. Anyont who-want,..' l hs
shedding gas so fast thaat at the ..," "to tkea"i heirT.
present rate it cannot exist for ilwe there is hear frna
more about the evolutionofdouble igre there in that frniom
short life 1r a stellar object. r "
But, he Idded, the star prob- "
ably will settle down after about ej ..
a million years and become a m'ire
docile and long-lived object like -
its sister double-stars. What a carl .-


three-year-old girl took her "ding
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ously. Police 'and postal workers
received a hurry-up call from'the
child'. mother who said the girl
had mailed a mud pie to the tile-
vision program s teacher by
wrapping it in a paper towel- and
dropping it into a street letter box.

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Surprise Win; Beats Pseters Gobal Wndo In CTSedes To YeB YkLt
S- MILWAUOEE, Wl s. Sept .2- .y .. ecord in the 'major, 1 t

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-MILWAUKE, Wis., Sept. 31-' the, '-,'i ,
Without.the aid of the customary two tugboats, ur three doubles in a fori: '-N EY '".u-.. .
Capt. iLt W, Panama Canal pilot on his off days, run fifth inning last night, to Manager .9 f E zf f1anlUe I t hrd tt
ill Palu ham n handHawai ts first global gling the tata ofthe on Spt, 23rand ) '
annalGaUndo, ngorlderesdefeat, 54. favorWd Newd T 1a toa- saAiltce, aiough P*ulo t ;la
at Bahu K Brook, by a score of S and 5 to enter the The top-seeded wichita Doe- da with ke M aaI. b4gatti M S. ISi fh ws
semifnals o the Chryslqr-Plymouth tournament. undefeated tam renio in e.ittnae ms o- e ohthe fnteIlder ro
the double elimination sa -pro WorlJ Baries agsla4 te Doqk-, utt Jus a few mttfl haM t.tS
Lewd trded a 7, which- baseball tournament. wa'l yi Dodgews ton .r.ow' 1 p.m. (EDT) 2oI That lt D
4ludedthreebirdis-In'- Colombia and Canada ,avead Stengq.worries, Ify a- fa) game -tin. Ara t -isy 804000.Vibb
big the.hoavily favored Galindo Kenway defeated Hprley 4 and 3 U oe am. -d bout injured leg, were Riosmto, who will -be viay06rintdlum meets of o iiuttwo,
whose'4ownall was due to a Maduro defeated .Maclain 11 and (;colombia eliminated Japian., responsive foa alight redut- hit ninth World Be'"isn ga. ,The'4
poor out ala e which found him an defeated Humphrey 2 and 1-0. In last night's first contest. tio In the odds fvdriag the certain start r at qpfor t-handed al
adon1 up19 over ey Today's semi-final pair n Yaka to itsthe ophing game the Tandes simply beu of Campanella.oil es a
Rothnfrupea1e-overrCoffey-will pit the U.S. against Canm afron 13- 10-down to 6-S. But New weariness. If steng] d 'tCArl FVrlit -
Gind.a th fired a one-under- it LIGHT n the first ga in and Hawaii a- York atndh a 11 0 aoie to think tiny Phil is. ready, inny their aim at the distant left-
S in i FLIGHT inat Colombia In the nightyr win the wod-chbamplouhp for Jerry ColeMan will starftat dheld ;etti Y iees will BV.I SOY, 3orb.n. tJ
Lb atethe sxt time n ,short. itMantle iit reay. Manwhie the rr
stroe atbd l hit. bJimm Achste b1y dubler default Winners of tonight's games "q drt.* o'W as e then b Irr oren could get the be drilling oram beta Martine goea to work oflsow
J aW rthed iht, f D Jimmy chapter by double defa will meet for the .championship uotkld u Idon't knew who cllh coter.field r poraps Field, where the SerI shifts on MoemIn a recent bout in Bavaza, Ut
.asymond, a. ,,,,,5 of Zy u o er l on Wednesday. Is the, i _ld,t ti.mgnL ad- t might te Bob Oerv. rday fpr the third, fourth ad the winner. eat moving ad d
the go of Ithman- 6 veH up overHorbelt ed "AtAro do wh aen ohw t B.contrast manager Walter fifth garpes. They'll find Out few in. from Cf a aturdbs, ti
s etesafour-hal -ck Aonrd and To pear.nce as s pilot-has In Brooklyn e. o attheColon Arena this atna
capmn ros o3FiDavers.Th Chadwickn- tdados -6A; 5; 'n- ghs" frstap-luthow muh cls owh cm edTe th
S ry .-ou rthtirwalI over Dull Pint-sized Fo a southpaw the Dodgers' opening game .ine- Manager Alon, ax to forth benefit f the Colo on
f ai o d dwhWgames and lostup all set. it features ien'lead the Dodgers to their'first Panama CRity=angnideai
Lndkat, -tournhmsnt Raymond campbell defeated Vasquez 2 ChanIeI.INonI-StopsIvn- M" and has"a loj f nerve," right-handed hitters to face the worldtBedesh ahmpton iiln the aM n yOM a A4.I 1,
would h received at lent aix and 1 accosilg to ,td .-s cefrt4in sdothpw slants of Ford, weight tries s;0 to end the "spel" Will be the feature on & car( p rby Colon
wl rivI .xnI "'-.i "** oet .&^.dSc0 ." a
strokeshe didn't need any on Mills defeated Farreaun5 and 3 tem tos tart torrs gae at only .bDuke Sniders es l to her an P i
this occa5n- SSwim Attempt Yankee Stadiuhi He -will :be op; combo bating left-ane.-Al- TaseeIs alpsobeset wT nage Jan-Siasrl at Ws
The second *round results: DOVER England. S at.27- rooklyf blase- ling right- same lineup for the seco d Iht-ielder rillo, the "
Markfeild defeated Boyd 2 and 1 (UP)-Fl rence Chadci k a-thander with the best won-lost game when Byrne, another Dodgernhi ter to ri- tE' b
o1st FLIGHT Crolser- Cockroft, no result podat- bandone her second attempt to month of R .ao s.da t o r r
adswim the English Channel non- mainIn bed all day yesterd
Lewis defeated Galldo 6 and MeNlaughln defeated Bookham- stoD to France and back todaywithmve -h i ?. a inus eh u sAlbn
Mawis e def eat d ca merond 3 tamn'lbe ght, e result H nav"a ore dher t wt asi n a tteank e M o dnppe ts, bu Al ak n de
Hurdle defeated Toii S a and 2 er. 7 af6 because of hhwd.said"I' Prey s
House defeated Gump 4 and 3n f e an o, report, "e- IMnfereling oFrh-d
five Minutes after -she bepan Broh' relief -pitchin rack
Ith FLIGHT swimming toward France from 'the Dodgett$ 5 were watch- ,*
wd FLIGHT thelfoot of Shakes peare Cliff ing crew-cut Clem loe to hesee
Prier defeated chliu 2 Iand I and -d W A stiff northwesterly breeeVorirus.As o nr s proCam e tO.
Hudqufit defea 1dills 5 and 4 Wright defeated Tubbi, 3and 2 w mlpped up heavy waves beyond I hdtoe l is c oinegeow with aoule t ir-t a am 4YGae-r
Stasn 1 -up 30 ower Field Bell def eated MeGilberry 2 pandIt o protection of the Dover w hmeetingat; Ebb e nt o er A21 4 d t enn
Collett -1 up ovr Miller Wi'fht-Stewart, no result postedeliffo. day atwhichtheteamnAt 4C dt rs
Th wAves were no rou-h that scouting reports onh tank. race out a-
SL GHT NADIES' FLIGE T it took 20n minutes for her train- -ethe di g ug' Street on- imate
era to pull her out of the water. .- Ithink the meetOR 9111 eto Ie nsy-andng conih Lo
Chadwik defeted.Puller 2 and 1 luldquiat 1 up 27 over Hadley Theo feared' abe might be prove very .benfe on to Nslaalftatd ooth
-Graham dated U aw 3 an a Day over Leigh4an 3 bo t.e i.enold oo u Av e suallyaan c n, a T
rLe IIt r e Ma he n ver Dians e s mashe a inset tsn^on-ner on thesd of the el.entm.der sh e 0 uP nai ne -foOJO.Gk'fldom; ramie
wis deftSoak etllnhe nd .Mtihatamontaetd B mothst makoe the raned Btd-a14 tetodayte clefling 'hSt -. Q wll, c, snsa ._h ,bae B'i
Raymond 1 up 10 over Peters Garrett 1 up over Tubbs. She ad been I n high spirits salt h mteal o ta a e
twh, n. ** l o.H, n., sh e le f t D o v e r t o t a t al t h et oaldfl. i_ ofl o ea d nfo llw i bu vor a te d
attempt. w Stengel was in an equally i ets c o meC'-e.Av't' ,.- ,
ester hopeful frame of mind as he ingr .with one ap -_
commented, "We've played the qua turns aroundth track.
ll arle T t fellows before and we've had 'a t ,gram:Th
Pretty good luck."bs,,. (men anld.l wimens s
Ler detesed -- 73 and TODAY! We & c stnIndications are that Stengel 9 a& .yipl c Swinl r4 oolq 4Wl. fn
4t5t, u0 ied any 1:4d pdoermlans to follow Ford and Byrne soft (men and women' i
Last Dorf wle is te former Nou.h that &0c.ousingre!orts n t thee, rc ut ...N,.M 1F:
3-0 IcyhisAdstrikeout5ce,4the.40pm.Title;Leading3-2ph stio. 01 mp
S"uthird game of the Beri -h1 the swmaint-l0 Z.
O i WIDESCR$ firstMINNBEAPOL, Min. Sent. f, iton be pla in t I nrooklyn.^ I W eL. fll, b*
IdUNCHANOEDI 27-(UPt.-Rochester had the Don Larsen, whoW talStmised yeste- in doeW ,,
inlate World oeri1e ti.n akclear da'ayank"e w1 e aueo a d me E I.,f
td*..t I t ,da r I osw aits At -# -
atm8-4 vie tr last night, over the ti
(1TjJ Minneapolis Millers. Stage In lip a OtUnshI
The Red Birds' victory gave Uten-e 11d oHp$C
*WONthem a 3-2 edge In the best-of -rhthander Billy os t
PCIJ Rochesterat w asenmore stu starting for the second p .m oa, G ;b
Minneapolis. Blaylo k beat the rskine, an 11-tame winner. gof in inClub. Colon: Anelso
MANE! i a ittee StEres e set a series- record highlightEd by a boxing prog r rte
e during the 1953 classic by strik- and.a track and field meet.
Mineplloaseprddoout 14 Yankees In one game, At theMarafon GymlatClrle s
u w r Wb asbeen plagued with rmnight. David Griffo, 175%
me its workhorse. Al Worthicen trouble this-year and hasn't Panama, earned a unanimous &nd Jmpe falsz(eal
ton who has won twe in the pitched in peak frm for decision over Roberto Bangur- ontio Ah
I MM PMAg[DN Per q but pitched a full game mopthL llen 168, of Colon,
Mhf-hM.' sar-io0sA. & -l t As for the fourth game, Al- Oregorlo Martinez, 117, Co- ml te
-aur asi.: iRooester led all the war-tone e i onn, by.forfeit over
B lon's pitching land seemn Co
UVNIDth asCotenemn hits ldd- pond on how heSeries o stads an Bas represh tativ wo omwel at
eni'th e o hlers. Dablen.hits.- then. If Brooklynning, sl ads. p ,failed to appear in the ringd J St aae

LEIH M UIIJIAAHA!.f Along The yFtwordays rdes theed'srings. onb MroelrRn bn mobauMtsl, a

third game, wthe r ghthander Sa n a08, BounMd.l ines was cuR an
Tle ata keaslo verrat thehYak-t in the fit-st hetand rdob e
obrToproiiWH I-Calopk b2&T wath- tiwor Itoh g-e l. Hoemelxpld. ed con-h n wn R Aine Mayce -b"t

4 '{ g M Mile revs d seque-c ohotler slur- a rshinR tet ar 8 erie. he'ord hihli-moved byt too inA rohnom rhe D rtn es +a tw. ..
roetd. u Best cobleat ournin e tuu a w 5 reast o ser- kno d. track d fied eSentiago o rdov. S orieeas w arlw
milr hnde solfhrls especi team- Amoro, aeen pluefhad hittepr, tihrst tanDalcd Orao badl -The their mas wear

Great Wt Flee the rejuvenated No. 8 par hole. Not that le's worried, of meter race which was won by light nao onWehr
tm o -This bole is the former No. S a colurse. s

New Orleas .ServIce Arrive I hole which has been lengthened. "We have a whole lot of pro-
SCristobl After the matches were over IfA ULa S-atMa lfesslonals on our club and we're
holes plyed as "old No. 6' or --nfidentoCasey. andl aveiitaone
. "YA ................................. ... Oct. I FLOTA MERCAN
SB. "LEPA" ..................................... Oct. 6 tke a little time for the mem- R M ,matter-who we play, we won't CI
*S.. "MOBA2AN" ................................Oct. 9 bers to get accustmoed to the be in trouble."
S. "MMAA" ...................................Oct. 11 new layout. GN C- lA A
*."AQUE ....................................Oct. 2 BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEAt COAST U(
Wesley Young remained In AUSTIN, Tx. (NEA) There
SN 4& b BRerige.ted Chilled and General Cargo first ce in the Riner Tor-OF SOUTH AMERCA are 1 teen-ers on the Texas ANNOUNCES
nament cutting two strokes off TO COL.OMBIA, ECUADOR, PUtJ AND CHILE football squad.
Arrives 1.lst week's score for a low gross
r s ic_ Arrives S.S. "FLAMENCO ".............................._ THE ARRIVAL OF TH
of 63. Frank Melnick and 0. J. S.S. "FAMNCO"...............,......
Cristobal Bell move, d In to a two-way tie S.S." .. o..o.o ................... ...... O ,, ct. ... ..
RDIfor second place with grove MV. NA DEL PACIFICO" ...................ov. 2
.8. YF.ORD" ..............................Sept. scores of 65. The Ringer will VISTA SION A
S::::..............................Oct. continue until October 30so It Is TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA., HAVANA, T S N LA
A.S. coILtA................................Oct. 4 not too late to sign up. To date I
I I6L "CHiOLUTECA', ..............................Oct. 47 members have entered. NASSAU. BERMUDA. CORURA, AND LA PALLICE 1 I" .h.N. I l. &..O
LLUNI'ORi ..............................Ot... 4mt.mb M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18<61 Tons) .... Nov. 26 cuCvtL.-. --.A ac. ON OCTOBER 3 1955
Sr .......................... Ta e TennI s TO UNITED KINGDOM4RECT Saling from Critobal on October4, 1965

.kNwO! g ire Matches Dally "
Weekly @ tiu to MM wches D al "V "SALI ... ............... O... .. ct. 1 Generl argo wIN be accepted o -
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ampaneUal. fort could be tough
r them, -but be comes alone:
Add Ebbe Field, where they
day the ird,fourth and fifth
games, Js the kind of a park
where the pitcher can bear the
luy in thi centerfleld bleachers
skin' bId neighbor for a match.
The trouble. I spo tn Brooklyn
s not their pithinlg like some
people say. I figure what could
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. .18 STILL PITCHING, butraowadays it's frm a mike.
wcothbe I -a real good hurt them is the raft. of .250. hit-
jII -flgure he can do just tre they got fellas like Don
yting he feels like do-IHoak and Don Zimmer and Jun-
r" .baseball. I like that lor Glliam and Jackie Robin.son.
a pitcher because I was They don't figure to hit at all.
ie way-Lexcept, of course, As tor the pitching behind
i wy natural, seeing as I Newcombe, it looked real bad for
. bept pitcher the gam ev.- a while there after the Brooklyna
a back in 1934 and there-a- clinches the pennant. But C a r I
[heit-I was great. Erskine started to come along and
was the year, you'll re- he could straighten the thing out.
vr, when I won 30 games When Erskine is sharp he strikes
itok alot of luck or bad out a lot of fellas and for a club cause my seven de- like the Yankees he must be con-
k had some great days at sidered too strong.
flEbbets Field, too, es-
i time my brother Paul After Newcombe and Erskine,
I.a no-hitter and -I pitched Alston has enough guys like Karl
r hitter during a double- Spooner, Billy Loes, Don Bessent
d &fn dA.- itlS toA nmV4th a S

Rua o n er urnig ouv more r n anu
Newcombe can win match the Yankees.
e Brooklyns, providing Sd, I see Brooklyn winning its
Sand I guess he feels first World Series and it should
Lad I also say this be an exciting one to see.
theirs, Roy Camppnel- But I don't think it would be
y, the Yankees could half as exciting as watcAing 01'
S" ,Dil pithnmg to that Campanelua
fells. Boy, that wotld be s o m e-
J o besides being a thing to see. Ectept people usual-
i th th glove, is ly didn't get much of a look at my
You got no book on pitches. I was too fast for most
uy. He hits the feac- eyes.

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GYMNASTICS--1500 students of the Rei aiiratra Liceo de Seforitas went through their gymnastic s with clock-like precision Saturday at the inaugura.-
tion of Panama's First National, 4S&o ,(i .The conpitOB goVtunder way after President Ricardo Arias Espinosa raised the Olympic flag and
other ceremonies, including a of a t avncal delegates alpag Central Avenue, wyre conduct ted under aeear ,ky, '

Viby Baker And Jdckson *b
by' y1i LminuVs For Opm"r v

StJOE WILN SJeMht Match For R.c. Se

bh.dtsi e, 9 r .r lo .e e" 4,.ifernp-nhe, t.obe .
e n mae leo w arou dtimd mwth a eteor mahr a i ka on. h d e G rookI New
e t h e t e h e ed an arp oin n tBuacr' a as urr t So b M
thrl melodrama the big town ha evr heavyweight champion. e me s as the next victim is thrange ways of that who domb e in b Hd 1 b r
There were tnes indeed when he d gie the apn a to ouh to ti beak busting nz he stands straight up for Marcia- would com tel n yt ob 3 S
one could possibly doubt that he had coming e to fight. fight. Ho should be kept before awllu ring is that he remains as m on and hirt of self defense crazy-quiltAooklym New YorkA
And light he did majestically and courageously, right up to the patrons like ayther aof the friendutrp between and antics would be t ess lmI
the instant when traegthe last ounce of citrength and sta aad talner, g- s aDo ,

been battered from his aging carcams In the ninth roune. While Marciano getB reacquain* A
Old years, for even If hiad been hammered t take flgood on what seemed to us f eared with family arciand sells him-tor New Kensington Pa., plastics A match between Wer, ofMAnlS
time and no more than a swaggering bohaut pre In hto a big owou coter, b self (we boing) to th a bette manufacturer, and Weill. Ian, who does q tin t
armoney shot, he emerged as the heroic fIue at 0ther Sen hfcol( ande at of sortha s y Another pintin Baker's favol and Hurricane myJckft, Furllo, rf cell I
the referee's chilling melodramsthe bisgeyes ttwred an d hu as ever set. hywepr or igt hampto He mesas the next victim is the fact that who doeb everything backward. fte, No
Then followed tim he fateful pand-down m ent heh ot th t ue tu Thy ak busting burhe stands straight up for Marcia- would co else, Rob 3b -

offlets aarm. and cou necelsardy f the order CINCINNATI (NA) Tele-
Had you been sitting close to the.ring, you would have known f impt should be kept bi any, Nin Vald luring is that he remains a manly art of self defense. New ewc nve
And light he did, majestically an couragieouslY, right up to the patrons likerspy other enter- -0-1- men- loca--on- u he n-
have known that hen the las on to ve ounce b of tra ry beore d ta- tand when the Red met

been batterlled itfrom his aging carca, or by now hadbeen theold on inthe remend. W le arc ano gets reacqa LEAUE nd Mre cs rolled well for Brvs erhe F *
ous resolution anhied rde o the manmme anred you knew flo that north ted with faily and sells n the hi Tam ts

shortime, ndof total exhausittion would keep wr his own corner, hi self t an three6to p
.e. .. -- fo th fatef urlr...e u p Sky-oChef's trimming Austin- fromeTeam No. 5 with' Ray Walk- xTo -ourmitted .-Nt eg os
to the oa wi s Nash, three to one and Hotel El er and Mrs. Camby the high tredttt to be belted by himL4000

l .. th t n h Panama scoring the season's bowlers. For Team No. 5 it was progam .. .
i laIS FINEST HOUR dnd not necessarily e i thfiste order CINCINNATI (NSee A) Tele.

,No ore a b aske of aym maath he gi h s elr { eey N h. arl e a n, oe i k t r grquste A H orse,
Had yout been sitting close to theo.lg, you would bhave-f.owl.!fimpt e if any, Ninorea4. Vald vision sets ,we re, placed-1- .nee

he wasn't going trcano able to get him Th calendar did the tind Taesmeb.Band d Kerrice nient locatkms under theg and ,

.. ..S y W -a s o hi-my Jacs J o r .stand6when15heoReds met.
have known that he was going to give titOnehl ote bef a o al O fR 8ohe)Bavekstn wher t n h oresme t -I
he called it quits, for by now you ad been sold an the tremend hame Mgarcianonhas the c scLA oILEAGUE and Marge Hicks rolled well for
ous resolution badpride of the man, and you knew that nothing o gof5R ImO t Withwhc to phend nih of bow 2gn 54h N. Tam.G 'lghts.

seon krtnokd out. One of to wl ken whee. kn he, wim t. ne h a sese of his- Classic Le gue found the I Tea4 mNo won two poltsK
Ezzard tharep and Marciano had almost literally torn arles toary od wants to go down as an- 5 trimming Austin- from No with Ray a
ato pieea ail-time great Marciano, now 31, three to one andM- E NEW UORK-t(NEA )- .OQ
There was nothing about the first round that gave ay hintmay wait a couple of year for scoring the season's bowlers. Breitbart, who manage rrcam.
of red. raw dramas which were to follow. Oald Archie nabbed Floyd Patterson, the Olympic SIY-CHEF,.e. o 2 ne Jackson, has come up with aon
ofrm lethais be t angse r to f o dn A fthe n otihde em that oh e to-test. The dbin Baker 23 B Swedse Nelson and ema the program an swearing the SW

osd w r sI n f i neol dtrhhr eho ulbb e t h r een s H eFSroo o b c h a r e dE 8 5 1 9 2 4 1 0 0 9 2 7 8 4 H o t el E lnPa n a m a n o w h a s h .l e oe
hbe, Olwla here lMs t JMie, t ha isi b almost hai a, is wty hduckne anmd became; 1in the. groove and scored eneay ed Team No to went on I
o a u d ing e e Allytaes.. An themselves. briht prospect62. Budlly Cofe was ain the Sky- 2948, ntwo to one victyoung season t hm ver Team e
the were not enough to offset thArce it.moyt went down sage ircn t f gtur ifW t all three the e un tor Hotel El Panama but he e. aWor
andly the a cotifr apit tondlg physical advaTs beh the champanggeted he us o New Orleans and the same gItad -leeat help from eer and HOTEL EL PANdMA

If this was to be any kind of f at it.and weight ands Paerson. Phimat"substitute" Ted Melanson. Harphensowen 172 148 10 5. .
enhoed The r butte wats th the e wtas thousands tershn and Pastrano would be an ry Colbert and Chuck McGarvey FeAer 194 2S 5 2I 6 623S
e haftd set the Brekton streaon a to the canvas with a cored well foryou Thomaseam 187 167 147 501 Mlonson. No. 15 211 U-

Enard Charle and Marciano h almost literally torn d s ta a Curly Ba Cofe 198 229 235 6622 1 2 62
to p eceo. all-time great. Marciano, now 31,87d 700 2d1 6. -- No.8- NEW UORK-NEA. --,

there was nothing about of the first were setht gave any hint may wait a ou of years for --- Breitbart, who managO urrc

A hurricane of dr ts w followed in which the Archeaion t Flook d Patterson, the Olypic SKY-CHEF, .A. 58ne Jackson. 94has com e up ww
of the wor of m Blood began to spill from hs ee mpionnd a cut .d p 2. Moore ...... 147 186 177 510 8. No2ad e MU new "training gimmick for- _
Sofen r ue left eyethe pn t-teavywe h to w up. He Welch .. 162 209 208 579. Herghann .bowlers178 203 153 nl gl- tireless f r .
bftiv hneastcune. n'_l-hewn kle edmj fa eohay-lo elaf has Saidthat he would nt hang-ys aZeletes an 170 1e 7 231 5m atert for the men and Ma 1ge I have a heavy wagon ich
laen'sup while there b as aIyon toet ali eay 181 185 156 522 Hicksed La for thab e 157women and they hitch onto his b54ck when he do

OCfrom vehement t taaer.ou whom the public consi 191 177 237 605 rolled scores of 636 and 480. road work y .
_, r .+ -". '. ....... '+ ... f.loyrner and a e tef, .M, bTe Taea Olner froa head tC -olbert 224 190 19 -.6-1
At the moment it didn't eawere mto soments hen it agemedsthat entitled And toBe crack at the cr --A .ierh rocksinway tried to dit 89 andBe23 As72 4ul
this was prei etly the way old he thad begun hiafigt BacktHe's not kin, to be charged with et

obW Ol.on hereIlst Jme, that Itm sM, almo st habitat .lyh r ism Acga n .tgat t8 2 t e y Ist have PACIFIC CoMOhI r e fTANi .
of lose niog up and feeling outw the enemy In the early stagecond thaw to 7 bri ht prospect Billy Coffey w s aaine wsM1D L48,n t e:bnds hg ses. oteh went -'P9HIa Anly
i yInts ondsound old Arcl almost went down sud for the future is Willie Pastrano. i gun for Hotel El Panama, but 2 Ithe y seo an hl bor, pn lia
dot-tly frea a swf lt to the Jaw. Thi beavwd ep aggesttle morede out ar eo w Orleano s and p the same had eat help from Feger and ea t Eaa i A
ha p hs e was bute at n age and weight as Patterson. Pat- ".subs itute" Ted melanson. Her- IBowen 172 148 190 51n i e

tatpb ye, as b a. ma Rocky' dead aia wtth a puaaaAea ha ee b ight n twith dramatic the Di.slo ane 94t t2 35b a22d 62hatt5aer it-f R1
d& lacd e at eDaseeIona atongsdyr mithemaIathe ana excellent match, by the wayt scored over 600 to amleadss violence A rtey 1Tws4 192 189 5i
he ise naat herne tota t i able to unitl s petcally in weracore sapean the man ll for Team Non l aSalonson 230 165 211 604'

"e i" .,reire thr sot Jbl ,lade on to of him. +ad on nerget -ew IM T ,
S*fti I pion. obcy .ha verates him. The mN and "Curl" Bates Coffey.m 1o. 2 m e .
A hurricane of blow foll In which ththe champion tr sometok ridit t e t cal r spect It s for a three o w. 1 thew
an the wO f It Blood begmntospldl from his no es andia cuta ton to defend c e htile s longer i eftn see at d r i and scorers for TeNA 132 1,5 5 2<0 .Ct

ise thiu liertac hea f te PanTh breath. This Is a quality that .ratpshic fitpraisoo IErl Ba et 1a5 3l67i N "a

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CZ Gud Players

Do Thurber Proud

In 'Male Animal'

There's no limit to the talon
fer esasly tackled by the Can atrat n d COu ry s f
Zone Theater Guild. "

produceJ comedies they persuad-

dof making Zonians thnko come as well ong
and laugh, despiteincome taxes, ne

Lthe General hn vAccounting Om L p l rOl md 6 P 0T ts r /amol.
and the rthsinsins of these in-s .
Rif SonA from Balboa HeigTrts. I TeasTIT ureT
Now, of all .thngs the Guild P,, P .... .. ..TUESDAYSEPTE. 27,l. 1 nun c an
has embarked onr fla endeavor

of mak onls think, s w- of asylum, guaranteeing Petro, leader of the General
as laugh Nothing like it beenwith Para-raton o Labor (OT)
tried In years. What next?o mkn Z tnk a sga ors ind Per ans
Leading the therapy. from a

stnc, are James Thurber andand were believed led by
Elliot Nugent co-authors of the hav found fabulous "Arabian Night" richesen
play among out P dent Juan D. Peron's possessions, it Tw tax-drver union there
In brief, the thesis of these in- -
telligent writers is that stupidity I 'a ni g"s

is the motivation of men wh, learned toda. h os Buenos Ares an
n he nameofpatriots checking up on Pron' personal wealth ar about three miles rom shore, n the
anti-communism, or fiat-world- e a- r
lam (as In Columbus' case) or

what aveou would tryto have turned up fanta a of asylum uaranteelnPietro, leader o the General
the free transmission of knowl- continued friendship with Para- Confederation of Labor (COT),

eeu valuable in the residential residence a i te goer uay and the -inter national and were believed ld by pro-

wronge hous. eed the gunboat every oive Lulo Sum Bd
Somehow, the authors contrive investigators have found fabulous Ar Nht" prestige of Argentina." Communist labor leaders.

to lbesidenk this message with some "t' like nothing out of the Arabian Nights" oneese included the leader of
complicated f football plays. Also ng ousted President Juan D. Peron's pos esion, it The two Paraguayn gunboats taxi-drivers union there.

wicether layt profe al l ove and a long w raid after making a preliminary urvey of the pr- tor t y the River r PlateA
orunten k lsthi an ims. The men checking up on Peron's personal wealth are about three miles from shore. In the surrounding industrial sub-

ropose think read the letter writ- dental quarter in the fashionable Palermo section of the i tators believed to be Co-
ten by Bartolomo Vanzetti (of cit munist-led burned three street A Vi nakl 1.L
acco and Vanzetti) note long be- r' cars yesterday and blocked
mixture for the theater? The epoted o have turned up fantastic caches of money and r other limne Abyd ree

Twheadl tedaur vf uv rt cGiorwrd d pidly l wobld In ps terv sa ondumt v- .cr r..A l. um bid o 20 wa
truitee, Mranified by Ed Keller orders from Prerident Eduardo mit for Perop about noon after Other demontratr naraded entered y ervlio Brouwer on
heater Guild will provre y valuable lsn ew provsional ov- resiceiing and ine the govern rn ier sop urafiture. tow ork order
wrong, tonight through Saturday An air force fighter plane cir-
t 8 p.m., at the Guild workshop ment house.would not be allowed tothe gunboats every lice

beside the Antco laundry Lonar lkder of then out of the Arabian NghtPar ," onem 8tso Rare total o um bacherd
Tommy Turner (Len Wor- f ad a retlt whch ch ae might launh a move i unrethes from the biouIh located In Anconi n

cater) plays the professor who oerthrew Pseron' m ine-ygr di- to regain power and prestie. r or a y fiBids onar or satope

br5?~ lt ?hmo ngh5 derin t1S0atorship, ordered a complete Peron sought diplomatic asy- The demonstrators defied a yesterday mornn In the board
poses to read the etterwrt- dental quarter in alth e fashionablum at the Palermo sectioaguan embassy back-to-wors believed order by Hugo Drom o
en by Bartoloeo Vanzeltti (o by Peron and was placed aboard the gun- t-ed ldg.
-acco and Vanetti) not long be- icars yesterday and blocked

lo reet pto make the Inqur, deemed unable to make the 900- 1kontr
wo his a execution. A ar s et, a i The investigation s be mile trip upnistream to eAmado other line. by felling. Coanie oas
waso a on admited anarist, has revealed that the cache o guayan capital ossue Asuncon.duct per- crs the trc Anluo sum bid of $2,100 wa
proposal strikes the univood, gen-rsity orders from President Eduardo it for Perop about noon after a entered thby er T ropical Paintuwer onmpa-
tru4tees, personified by Ed Keller Lonardis. new provisional gov- receiving assurances at er Otherdemonstrtor rded
(Alex Plotnikoff) as worse than ernent, wore d sn cesbthatlo e ro n with Peronist pictures i cutly- he paitne ang of hallways, en-

inviting Moscow Univghtersity n ddtion, Lt. Col. alvadorwould transfer arom the heavi- ny. d
W etrnn the leading role, ouevard will report directly to ly-guarded Paragua y t o its ss- districts of Rsao, bachelor quarters I Baloa
the New Years Bowl game. ice army and navy revolt which wtershich the mi launch a movr the unrest there nto the floured n nn and Icl
matter athe Vanetti letter overthrew Panotheron's nine-year di trip against the muddy waters Houses Nos. 1515,e 1523 en1,d
is possibly as moving a piece of tatorship, ordered a complete Peron sought diplomatic asy- The demonstrators defied a yesterday morning in the board

broken English nto the conduct o the eronst o the Para guayan e embassy back-t-work ord g general discussion by Hugo D room of the demonstration
American scene thasto offer. esscongrs accumulated by Ptie r and was placed aboard the gun- Buldin.
Suffice o ay th t the letter and hi followers boat araguay, an diplomat esration and
ge t read, and the football ee All special commission was de- who came out of ea months their prompt sn w their paint contractors to
one shayeddin his hood partner of post up boxes inmate the nquirydemed unable to make the 900-s me t ae houes oon the work inlud-
what became McCarthyism gets bu preliminary investigation mile trip upstream to the Para-. To offers o nt e w oricu
spoofed as only James Thurber has revealed that the ace of guayan capital of Asuncon. ll ed W. T. Coffey, Daniel Rojas,

would spoof t with good, wealth was extenil resden- yesterday, covered likelast nht held at 10:15 tomorrow morning th o 0ain 0
scene American laughter. ddon, t. Col. Salvador woudith Para yanfer ambassador the.arv n
Worcester, inVa tin th e lhe uara d. Will guarded Paraguae f o minutes mis- nitrtonBachlor quarters in Balboa
makes the harassed professor, e resident Rear Adm. Is Aactershp, the Hum ata, for the l thscheduled to be paitnd include
unclear on anything. but his R6a on another investigation trip against the muddy waters Houses Nos. 1615, 1523, 1524, 1549,
ideals, a thoroughly engaging into the conduct of the Peronist of the Parana river. A general discussion of safetyHo550.115%

1lodder on the treadmill of ad- congress which may tie into this reports, the methods of repa-
vrsity. He gets the lofty thought probe. Amade, a veteran diplomat ration and the necessity for In Ancon, bachelor quarters
of te over without ever All safesiles and safety de- who came out of 3 months their prompt submission will be included the paint contract
once Seldoing hin character of posit boxee in government house hiding from the er t to discussed at a meeting to be are houses No. 0426, 6 0429,
the "little man." and in the presidential residen- yesterday, conferred last night held at 10:15 tomorrow morning 0430, 0431. 0432, 0433, 0435, 0437,
theater productions have two there have been worthced under with Paragmoyan bassapor obl n the.board room of the Ad- 4 and 356.
Forlo le blended tt soothe lion pesoua." Juan Chavez for 40 minutes neerin stratonBu action dirbetween
. The two l eating player, pl The peso oted at .25 obeen fully safterthelory to meeting Ch toavez Cain uthorlt familiarize al l on
director Adela C. Bettl cn ake the fore ex ange market in t told contractors w tho deal wtth e ompanys- Ja.
emselvtues a fat o dance o credit ort w wobeu ma- "we discutd on govern ama Ca ent system of preparing t t

fore t his happy harmonote t by, Wo...the Itdm worth about $72,500 codut. u Contractor Monthly Exposure ar e a h
ester. Seldom in local amateur "Theb as Ianr ivory elephant In have discusupd the matter in The meeting has been called sap r
theater productions have two there that must be worth a mll- complete harmony. The problem ,by Col .Hughr Arnopld Ce Kn
Inading roles blended so smooth- lion pesos." will be resolved in a manner neering and construction direcL
A.t. The two leading players, l The pesoIn Is quoted at 7.25 on fully satisfactory to the p tor, in order to ramiliarize all t
director Adela C. ettis, can ta the foreign exchange market in contractors with the company- -
haemselvea a fat -slice of credit Noew York, which would make a government system of preparing A barefoot teen-ager who had
for this happy harmony, the item worth about $72,500. e t I a Contractors' Monthly Exposure t scped from a home for
As ex-footba great Joe Feru- It was learned that the treas- 408 sacks of mal were Repor an reports o oal of 85 danjuries m
son, Frank Potunenerqus heanor viincludes gold th medallr Peron to contractorsne' empoypost oes, and uvenilelerks dehr inquents n Panama
and bovine as ever any gridiron silveraZervine sets and orientalthe necessity for their promptCityt' faced the Balboa M a g 1 s-
graduate was. His raucous aim- rugs, as well as other high oh-
p*olty doesethe pat proud. dJets. on four counts of petit larceny.
e n ther bounty of radin in shares of Kaiser oxe s outinge All contractors have been TDelinquenc boy. Gberto Jones, 15, wasoled
Plokoff gave a chesty por- WhArgentina stock was suspended packages and ma ines which to attend the meeting or found sty had a report that
al of the bluff, boneheaded today on the Buenos Aires stock erewoweek accu-re ti four other youths had escaped
trustee, blundering uncompre- yesterday? Well, they sh .responsible for handling these ter a pair of rubber gloves and
of finer thoughth7oven by, the The reason was not revealed but nave been. blue jeans which he wore n court
orndtive profeugor. stock brokers and bankers be- Over the week-end a total of this morning. He was sentenced to
.The pMrers. Thurber and Nu- lived it was connected with the 4,083 sacks of mail were dumped t a Amuammal spend a total of 85 days in jail.
the Mesrs. nthurberq andNr- investigation into the financial onto the sagging floors of Canal foUrrG MIIIsO W, JWhen Mrs.nClara Gonzalez de
I regime. worked like mad sorting letters, Crsme Delinquency Court was notified
When shares of the antomo- packages and marines which tduD In uII; she said she had a report tha t
Dean.....eFrede.representedaaccu-tfour other youths h a d escaped
(Johnsele D ander i feD--on2-- manufaturine 16 I .a U i1A o y ion in ., Pama tI-n-ai I ItaaL from the Correctinnstitutin
tinhwm U ,+p'W'aert.l mid hi. uuife .+J ... ..9-*R ..|+ FI BIII+ ,.| ~w i~II fo h nPtnn nttt

(Natalie Worcester) get off a
%tket' of fine-timed, low-pres- cracks in the best Thurber
t lton.
The rest of the cast fit their
iqlts with a precision rarely
ahieved hereabouts, where lack
of Volunteers often obliges a di-
metor to make unhappy impro-
aUtiops in the lesser roles.
Kay Brabander, Bruce Urich,
Channin L. Grigsby, Cynthia
Matthews and Joe Grills give
completely credible support to
the principals.
And there's Md*ton Gornick.
'e the one who plays Moore to
.Ltte Tomlinson's Marciano.
.. What more to say?
YThe costumes? All the women,
Sgiply clad, meeting the re-:
Rents of the Canal Zone
In every respect.
set? Designed by -Budd
rtick and Warner Hoyle, is
very way suitable.
U show? A must for this

were place on the market.
several months age, there were
reports that Peronista officials
were heavy stockholders.
Banking circles pointed out
that under the Peron rule -the
owners of stocks did not have to
register their shares in their
own names. The shares were
made out only to "bearer."
These circles said that many
large companies in Argentina
are unable to determine their
stockholders because of this de-
They believe one of the first
reforms of the Lonardi govern-
ment would be to readire regis-
tration of shares in the names
of the holders.

Meanwhile Peron Is expect-
ed to sal lanto exile today a-
board a U-year-old Paraguay-
an gunboat where he ha hid-
den for eight days from ithe
revolutionary lead e r s ,who
ended his decade of iron-fisted
Semi-official sources said for-

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t t Ioayl the toi;ay .ca- I .-I

The ?&vy at Jacssoni
where the two-engined Ned.
patrol plane was baaed dieit
that the Canadian civiliann ne
papermen made the
serve conditions on such a .
The newsmen Were identil
as a reporter and a photo'
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Star. tigat hurricane Jan Th last Don; and fo contact was made witl the piloted by Lt. Ml i
aircraft at 10:15 pm., yesterday, Jan, mjs Prank l.
The reporter is Alf Tate and wh It reportedIt positr w rmk D
the photographer Doutg ronk. be approximately ts posI on to Wl .m -G. mllar
The Bta's: id that eate and uairSSa r .5 mj loyd-.^im'T
Cronk had been trying or a south of Jamaica. The aircraft from Albrook this
ear to et aboard one of wasthen gathering weather data the search area.
year to get aboard one of the by penetrating the storm area. Three Navy.P
hurricane hunter planes to write bA2 ;r Ste e arSea Tnres N y P8
e .hnterp t A 2h Mr esce S..quadron. commanded by Cd ,
a story and take pictures. S c n.
The troplca howler, with afphiblan A-16, piloted by bohl, Lt. W. G. ao
winds of 110 mph, already -had i Ca .C arl L x, was .dis- j Johnson,
claimed an estimated 200 divet e storm area from PBM Mariner fln
in the Windward Islands. Albrook early yesterday ater- maded by Lt. Bp S
Today it o ws aimed for Swan noon to attemptt radi contact Bolt; t. W. L. H gN
TIsanday Nicaragua. ima with the overdue aircraft and (jg R B. H. Oampb
invet.gate the weather condl- dispatched 'this mo
Aircraft and ships moved in tons. Coco Bolo.
"as close as possible" to the out- ___ -
er fringes of the hurricane in will ... '-
an all-out search for the airmen scout" C t. Freeric Da- sided enough to mate
aboard the missing patrol plane vion of fleet, weather central ouch search "
"It seems the hurricane is ere said. This would make the Search vessels
moving away from the area we Searh easier. dawn fronm Guam_
bai n Cu In wh
The patrol plane 'was the first termed, an all out
craftto bellieil In the his- rescue m l
-bfr the. hurricane hunter I was IPA
w eelwa squadron It faed to return b 5ad it pr,
Planned Fr _yesterday from a storm scout- the-ee of Janet
Planned For Bridge on.U.S"" whed Swa
Milvlr "Planes and four ships have wani1"dot n the
Over niraflioesaadyJI
vlr MiraflolUs already left for the search area," sparsely inhabited bya
a Navy spokesman ;aiLd. "We Jamaican nativ e -
Tourists and other sightseers only hope the.winds have sub- brought annually
who find Miraflores bridge a fa-! to harvest coconuts l
vorite vantage point from which to' few cate. A wea
view the operation of Miraflores I Ac I 0 is located on th
Locks, will soon be able to cross i W U outpost.
the bridge on foot by way of a'
Snew steel walkway. Rusian
According to specifications now
being prepared by whe Panama l Supplynn A
Canal Co. the walkway will be
constructed on the north side of
the bridge between the east and LONDON, Sept. 2T (UP) -
west swing bridge control houses. ypt has accepted an offer frort
The walkway will be of structur-Russia to supply arms, the Brit-
al steel, grstinl and floor plate ish foreign office announced to-
and will be equipped with a safe- day. .
ty pipe railing. After its comply .
tion, it will replace the present A foreign office skuman said U
narrow walkway on th IW of .t. ii8,
the liilbge ft'isc la i-
sarddis for general'p.ftb F l-.

When the Miraflores Bridge was New york this week thihn l a
built in 1941, it was designed for meets the British and French for-
the primary use of the Third eign ministers.
Locks construction forces then n
working on the West Bank of The foreign office said Britain
the Canal. It was built as a per-. only learned last night from the
manent structure, however, and Cairo government that Russia had
was to provide access to the third in fact made its approach to sup-
set of locks. The bridge was open- ply weapons and that it had been
ed to the public after completion accepted.
and is now used by hundreds of

automobiles and pedestrians daily. I The Egyptian government made
the disclosure in reply to a direct
Bids for the' construction of the ,request from British Ambassador
steel walkway will .be advertised Humphrey Trevelyalk
ISept. 30 and are scheduled to be
opened Oct. 28 In the B a lb o a -
Heights Administration Building.
Specifications stipulate that the Mexic an W la es
work on the walk will be carried .
on at night to that neither ship EIgAAf
nor vehicular traffic be interrupt- Hi l I y f iUoU)
ed Work should, be completed
within approximately eight MORELIA, Mexico, Sept. 7 --
months. (UP) -Four villages were reort-

"L'i I Wu r 8U I rau,,u .-ed inundated today by waters
The majority of the mal ar- Besides Jones, two other have MOVI froW mhe twressure of rainbuswollen ri
rived Friday on the S.S. Cristo- Four soldiers from Ft. Ama- been accounted for, she added. he pressure of rainw n
bal which brought 2,747 sacks. dor faced the Balboa Maqis- The boy, who was still wearing --Convict Style er
t Other ships bringing mail were trate's Court yesterday after- a sack-cloth shirt with a number Sen. David Franc. Rodriquaz
the 8.S. Hibueras with 742; S.I noon on charges of disturbing stamped.on it from the correction- ANGOLA, La., Sept 27 (UP) Said an estimated 5,000 o res of
Harry Luckenbach 361: and the the peace, l home, stole the various itemsIf a movie ha sex, why spend farm land was under water. He
r.5. Santa. Maria 233 sacks. from underneath quarters around paragraphs talking about it is the said the villages of V hermosa
Although the Influx of mall Two of the men. James Burk- the Gavilan area in Balboa. paragraphs talkingabout it i the said the villages of Vllshermosa
this week-end does not surpass hart, 22 and Edward Overton, A policeman told the judge that mtAnool o tae Penitentiary Iv flNoged" wnd tte v"iale om
Sthe Christmas time rush. It 21, were found guilty of their the youth's mother works as a The"AnStlitePe"risonweeklntiary. Brisaslo Cuomata ande villacona
was considered "pretty high" nlea of guilty and fined $15 each omes omewhere in aloa, carried this review: Michoacan State, were "flooded
for this time of year. for a disturbance which occurr- but the defendant said he didn't "Princessof the Nile-this film for the second tie tis moth."
Sed shortly after midnight yes- know where. The father r unm- is one of those Cleopatra on a,
An Ancon Post Office clerk, terday around the vicinity of poyed. oth live in Chorillo, but bare deals which should have the Rodriuez wired Mexi Cit
Estimated that four men work- house 5224 on Hana St. n Dia- morn appear our thisaudience shouting 'take 'em off,' sst night asking government aid
ed feverishly to distribute the blo. d onbefore the second reel ends. for the homeless. He said the wa-
Scontents of 492 sacks yesterday Ition t d n al ous wo "Free dishes every other Mon- ter was receding, however, and
He said an average work load The men were very reluctant tion in the Canal Zone two ye day night." no casulaties ha been reported.
during a busy day was about 100 to discuss the reason for the ,'" fu "g"t, g"n,,.d
sacks. 'argument which wound them up l.otedin, but was given sus-
An Albrook mail clerk said in court yesterday. Neighbors in ended sentence.
three men had not finished sort- the vicinity heard them quarrel-
ina the 200 sacks they had re- liUng and using profane language. BALBOA TIDES I
ceived. "We're not even half, IJ"
through vet." he added today. I Two of the defendants Lerov WI0NESDAY, SEPTEMMR 28 -
But Zonians walked away from Janson. 21 and Andrew Numza, 20 HIGH LOW
their mail boxes yesterday and were found not guilty. ,.
Itoay loaded down with mail -1 All four are from HQ. Co. 23rd 0:54 a.m. 7:08 a.m.
d full of smiles. Infantry at Ft. Amador. 1116 p.m. 7:51 p.m.

n- use.
squadron mate, IMST
route to Grenlda, T
was loaded with foatW
dItl spli s' and its
Henley's cargo conastfepd
Aboard the e
ficers,. an 48 enlIitl
of a U.S. Army dksibta.
team from the .Um r..
of Puerto Rico. ieAr'&*j
Is under command of Co
W. Browning.

The emergency rellef.
by U. 8. Armed Force.-
yesterday with a Cast.
flight of medical supplest
bados. Lt. Joseph Wf I
San Juan Coast uad i
tachment made a.,l
water landing at Oreadm
der, to survey dama
Island. .
'The relief operatlog i1
ed by Rear Adm. 0. 3:I
commander, C a r b
Frontier, in coopfrath W
Red Cross. -'
Navy Capt. George
then, Ga., Squadron go
er for Destroyer M
The American RSGL
resentative for the':
George Marsh, Who
from the Henley. '.- :
Marsh, senior r
of the American--
U. S. Armed Forces -In-
les Area, funot4ons
supervls'bn of the
Caribbean director o(
L J. Meyer, who has
quarters at Quarry



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