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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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school chUdren enhowe' condition were "w his second Onsecutive night with a fill dmotht of t .
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r. ge. tbythe pu- be found,If necessary. p.m. and awakened at 6:30 m. today. '
the tf d Sta t em According to the pattern that His son, Mal. John Eisenhowr, feltfficSil reiff .
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ward te. weat-nortih Wee at a-
bout 31 miles per hour and
wI-d oi an estimated u5 to IS&
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smal near the center.
Hurricane force wide extend-
ed outiward some n miles from
the center wth galeas riding as
far out as toon tles the north
ern anti 100 dles If the south-
ern semicircles, the weather bu-
reau said.
The ad fsory warned that a
threat os1flah floods exsted-







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Thie utorn, fierce winds buf-
feted tiny Swan Island yester-
day afternoon, forcing the
weather observer to abandon his
exposed post for shelter.
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nr satln, all sek-
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was the final message from nW
weather observer on Swan Is-
land, a t&, dot In the Caribbean
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duice of luW s, winesiand 1 e al Z onq'
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homin n Abrook airman In jail
pdin nve tlgaton of an Incl-
dent occurred Sunday in the
Claridge Cabar-. It Involved a
Puerto Rican who is an Army Mil-
itary policeman and who was
struck o the head with a board
following a fight.
The military policeman, St. Ge-
rardo Santiago of Ft. Gullek was
not I% ierus aditiom today at
the o Solo o tal where be
has been confined since Sunday
night. He is offering from sealp-
lacerationsi.
The airman who s being held s
Vfir Mitetl, Jr., who is assign-
id oq. Squpd Section oftO
MO AD Graup at Albrook. A
0pok-s"na UIs -a la on tempora-
ry duty at France 71i1d
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have sot been notified what spaci
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Oft wan ye Injured at MmIr-
florea L yesterday afternoon,
it was learnd today, when a
diesel locmotive crane being op-
crated by an operator in learner
stats overturned.
.G.. WMuUlna, an experienced
heavy equipment operator, a.u-
fered a leg injury when he jump-
ed from the cab pf the equip-
ment as it was going over. X-
rays were taken at Oprgas but
Mullin were not hospitalsed.
Apparently the two men in
learner sttus, one of whom op-
elating the crane at the time uf
the accident, were not Injured.
Th were W. Williams and C.
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tor pnrctslag moving a steel
bulkhead sw ng the load too
rapidly, thus throwing the big
cr one Off balance..
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new piece of Browng driel e-
quipment purchased or e In
connection with the coming locks
overhaul.


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Ai AW"-nSOwerWas k ilOM
would substitute-for i on a
his projected good wi'-ur of
Afriga and the Middle Hall
said that a question the
vice president to answer.
Hughe .-told' reporters Ib and
thp e eprsdent: had a giberal
dAcuasoni on "what thetotl
budget would be, how we're go-
ing set-It up. and when wm are
gau. to subm" It." -
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goal to. akeincome b allalce
sn n by net u, but h -
pAhDc was an "object e
nd not a prtdlctl n. ,i
U. Z. aughman chief ofhe
secret ervlce, said "because of
the attention now focused" on
N n, he is receiving extra pro-
tectiot at this time. Normally,
tnly -one agent s assigned to
the vice president.
ron's unofficial role as ad-
mniatior front man appar-
ently will take the form of a
prtnership with the White
Huse staff orgaiatleon.
Under such an arrangement,
Adams would be the key man
through whom policy decisions
cleared. Nixon would speak pub-
licely for the administration In
the President's stead.
The vice president could not,
however, sign any official a-
jers. This is a legal technicality
which Browne presumably
would have to solve should Pres-
ident Esenhower be Incapacita-
ted for a long period.


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the ease, hbad xplabied In this
S tett mst "evir oday its
CT hiefavor, the first week be-
big the most important."


'But he will not really be out of
the woods until scar tissue, has
formed over that part of his heart
muscle starved of oxygen by the
formation of a blood clot in an
artery.
It takes a week for the scar to
form, according to physicians, and
another week for it to harden.
Complications could include an.
other clot, though he is being giv-
en special medicine, probably hep-
arin, to discourage rotting.
The electrocardiogram, by which
t*e physician csn record and an.
aloze the otractmo and ea -
sion of his heart muscles, was the
sixth he has had since he was
stricken about 2 a.m. Saturday.
He may be given two electic-
cardiograms a day now, so that
closer track can be kept of Isa
progress.
White House Press Secretary
James Hagerty would not say ex .
actly how long the President spent
out of bIs oxygen tent yesterday
but said it was for "several
hours."
Monday, the first day he was
out of the tent, it was three times
for a total of about an hour and
a half.
Hagerty said the President knew
before he was taken to the hospi-
tal that he had a heart attack and
has been told exactly what. he
must do to recover completely.
Barring unexpected compliea
tion, Dr. White epectedthis
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 38 (UP)- lative program through Congress.
Administration officials voiced Officials hope these events will
deep concern yesterday that Pres- not occur. There is recognition
ident Eisenhower's laness m a y that responsible Republican and
trimger sharp, new foreign polley Democratic leaders wil realize
coficts at home and abroad, the danger and try to minimize
These officials said the speed of the likelihood of a rift in the
the President's recovery may be generally bi-partisan foreign poll-
a key factor in the extest of such cy front of recent months.
sentroverseris. But they feared But the dangers"are acknowl-
that ptompects President Elsea- edged, for one thing Democrats
shower now will not seek a see- who generally have been support.
and teM may open the door to ng President Esenhower's for-
bder attacks by the politically- eign policy have les regard for
ambitos ex both parties. Vice President Richard M. Nixon.
'm eoacern also includes the Many Democrats regard him bit*
demostle picture. Some officials terly as the source ed GOP at-
wv niftWr that a e lwag- tacks on Democrats' patiotism

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Gen. Herbert Srowns r.'
what can be done to d41 late ol
of the President's pow if 2 a-
evr bcoroes necegaare .-
"fhm is no ImBUate pr.
necessary "he saidd. '"
There s no decent at tMhe
present that require tpe ,-,
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ness will delay a n I
Premier. NikolaW3 B ita's
armament note, but h Al uri
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' WIFE APPFRCIATION
ikeaj "One Who Appreciates His Wife":
,. Just a few lines so that "One Who Appreciat His Wife" will
et a better picture of the letter I wrote before. First, I will let
know that I am also married and father of three, which are
with my wife and I in the Zone. I might also state that
have been malred for ten years this past August 17.
You stated that 'my mind was in the gutter." Well after
*, di your article It was for a while, but with humiliation
S you. I believe other people who read your first and
,Cond-letter might have the same impression. You should state
thoughts In better wording.
SWill you explain to me and possibly some of the other read-
'rA why you degrade mep whose wives are here, and not the ones
; wives are 1 sore other place. Of course I guess some might
i 11I a little trouble of getting their families located in the area
to the lack of facilities, but remember their wives are some
,t ter place and just possible looking at four walls.
You kpow, OWAJW, if a woman does not like what her hus-
does it la her own fault If she puts up with it. If a wife
des to try to get back at her husband by going out with some
ae like you, then do you not think she would b. degrading her-
hf, and whjt about her reputation? Also she'eould jeopardise
Qe children -f there were any in the family. There are such
ei as self respect.
,I WARW you missed one part of my letter, which you refer-
"egaed. ad that is the difference between a "house" and a
=::,ae.' t ugget you refer to a Dictionary.
I No, OWAHW, do not have a guilty conscience. I do not do
"yaathing that I would not want my wife to do. I have nothing to
,Ide. I do not think my wife is lonely. You see when the day
*'i completed, there ia no place nicer than home. When I leave
I1nthome for a little outing you will always s ee my family with
i i would like for you to think about some of the Itatemntstm
;'yu have made, much as: "'They are even vulgar with their wives
Sin many reefoect." "Painting the town Red." "L4tting down
S'ar." "Words such Ua this come 0nly from one who is lacking
n education."
Why don't you look around at other people and then at your-
.elf before making sugh statements, for there is no one perfect,
;and that goea for you.
As I stated above about degrading men whose wives are not
aere, wel I think you have explained yourself clearly and I think
ou. have -written enough, because what other people do is their
Ruslna a and none of yours as long as it does not directly concern
you. I think whAt you have been writing about is strictly per-
iaOl8 business and does not include you at all.
I X ope that all married people will love each other, but If
Sthey have trouble It can always be settled In courts and not
.Itrough some one like you.






phaltf of my husband and myself I wish to sincerely
the doctors a4d corpsmen of the Coco Solo dispensary,
Sfine people of the Coeo Solo Supply Department who
the tedioui task of packing household effect almost a
anu to you Doctors Zarriello, Olasor, Oreiner and
doctors who recently departed this area; and to
en orpamen as Strickland, Alford, adlor and all the
the members of the Dispensary Staff. The excellent serv-
by us all will never be forgotten. We are Indeed
i ad been a plqaure to have known such cap able
%dde n& people who belong to the Dispe asary Unit;
thak teo you, ,urse Graham, fpr services rendered.
SMany thanks, also, to the Coco solo Supply Department. We
MaI ftetful to you Mr. Curtis, Mr. Carmichael, and to (Wisdom)
m atIer members of the efficient crew that packed our
affeets in a matter of four hours. The speed and eofl-
manner in which the work was conducted was certainly in.
%'m Wa d grAtfyinr to have received such excellent service
i tuafu, bother, and a minimum of red-tape.
A far l am concerned I can truthfully say that the serv-
S lega teerved rom these two departments was the best I have

Thaing you all sincerely,
I, Mrs. Rosemary Kuklinskl


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Labor News
And

Comment


By VICTOR DlEgSL
Walter Reuther is discovering
that It's easier to win support
for Iis favorite plans from power-
ful industrialists than from his
own labor coieals .
Two. 'days bes e he returned
from the Near East on the Queen
Mary his CIO Auto Workers' Un-
aon reported that it had won the
so-called Guaranteed Annual Wage
ia 71 of the industry's biggest
farms, covering 876,000 workers-
fully 60 ent of the Auto Union
membership. Outside labor circles,
Reuther took just about 100 days
to put ever his plie-driving Guar.
anteed Annual W age campaign
successfully.
Inside labor, however, Reuther's
plans are meeting troner oppeal-
tido than in the'Industrial and PO0
litical worlds.
One of Reuther's pet projects
has been the launching of a heavi-
y-financed, $3,800,00S a-year- de-
|artment which he would e a d
an drie ti new AFL-CIO.
This division Is to be called the
Industrial Union Dept. As Reuther
reportedly envisioned it, it would
have been, in effect, a council of
CIO unions inside the merged
AFL-CIO. The department would
have been open to AFL unions,
but essentially would have been a
miniature CIO on the propaganda
and organizing fronts.
To finance such work, to keep
staff and publications joing, ReU-
te asked each CIO unin .to
pledge o pay six cents per mem-
ber per month into the depart-
ment. Tis would have given Reu-
ther $S, 0 00 panually-a healthy
budget about half of what t h
merged AFL-CIO Income will be.
However, at a recent session of
its high command many of the
CIO leaders objected to putting
this sum into a special depart-
ment of the AFL-CIO after the
merger. It would cost the CIO
mteelworker .Union, for examples,
about three quarters of a nlln
do laf.a just to help mai-
t4 VE IthiSen. The ateel unlon
chieb, not being overly uthusias-
tic about Reuther, didn't exactly
cheer his project.
Aftor some discussion, It was de-
cided to pay the six cents per
member per month into the de-
partment for three months after
t Dec. 5 merger of the AFL-CIO.
Thea the rate w6uld be cut down
to two cents per member per
month-or about $1,200,000 a year.
Much of the Initial Income wl be
earmarked to maintain CIO staff
members and "pension off' oth-
S9a.
A the CR9 unions paying
Iftts anuts maw a Imbrn moth-.


lent.


put It.


However, even if they continue
to pay, Reuther is not assured of
any teamdy income for the tndum-1
al Union Dept. which he had
usanned to o se as a platform for
the perpetuation of the ClO'a tradi-
tie as he saw -them.
Many of the smaller CIO unions
are merely being polite-and are
waiting until the dramatically-
staged AFL-CIO mere t a k es
place is December. Then t h ese
small onionss are going into the
bigger and older AFL unions.
The CIO Packinghouse Workers
will move into the AFL Amalga-
mated Meatcutters and Butcher
Wokmaea's Union.
The CIO Shoeworkers and Paper-
makers unions will go Into their
AFL counterparts.
The CIO Utility Workers will
merge with the AFL's Internation-
al Brotherhood of Electrical Work-
Odds, therefore, are that these
outfits, predominantly AL, will
S help inace Reuther's. depart-
ment. s will hye to eep It o-
ing out of his on Auto Uon
tresury or see it limited stritly
to research and consultative oper-
ation.
Stae an other important
AFLCO departments will be
headed by e who must answer
to the AFII0 high command It"
self Reuther will again have to
rest on his own union his im ginat-
tim, his personality and his dar-
-and not the massive AFL-
machiner-to put over his
future dramate projects.


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By BOB RUARK
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The. smell from the Far East man in Japan makis making $8,000. a
Is- as I remember it from 20 years year, with three dependents, must
ago vaguely flavored with pay half hii salary to. the Jap
rotten fish. 'The Japs, known for government. I be has stocks in
their cheap imitations, including America, they are taxable in Ja.
themselves as members of the pan. A rotgh 65 per cent on all
human race, are right balk In income is the aim of the current
135 as the Germans are trend. disciple of gratitude e, one
tpg back to 1985, and I don't care Ichimada.
f~r it much as one American who The entire attitude now s a
Just dusted W his bands fromti t u w l a
lWinp g them into tearful sub. repetition of the arrogant super.
mwtmIot nationalism thatt bred the attack
o on Pearl arbor, while a couple
I had no occupation duty In of smooth diplomats smirked in
WW Twice, and hence did not de- Washington and on whose heads
velop enemy affcetln vIp the the late Corlell Hull laid the
mbnraees' a, eiMhas ao fraulmine m. taut ualeni *t a U ed aPn....


Wtr million atf a acquired and are w- lIow
no honorable no big Volkswagen a11 over Eupe. The
Sedals, nor ripe experiences save last time I was in Germany I had
sar and boredom, fel largely the the distinct and uneasy feeling
aame. that this was where' I came in,
in 1m, when haberdashery was
Put when I see that the Japs largely brown, and toothbrush
ate beginning to underprice us out mustaches popular. In Spain and
of business with their cheap imi- France and Italy now I also get
stations of our things, and are the message that America has
slapping taxes. on American busi- been conquered again, along with
ness men in Japan so huge as to England.
drive out the foreigner, my pigeon At the moment there cannot be
chest swells and my temples be- much of a traffic problem in the
gin to throb. new Reich because all the cars
The tax thing is downright are on Spanish roads, and German
ridiculous, even i we hadn't won beaches must be empty because
the war, and benvolently repaired a good half of Berlin seems to be
the country mad Its economy w sitting on my beach.
our tax doBArs. Under the new I had the sarcastic temerity to
tax setup, an Americas businems- suggest, the other day, that one


group of super peoplemight like
touse r bath 6aut and pr
haps sty on to m and the
youth loader said, wiout sur-
p)ise, "Ja, danke schon."
Another recently drove into my
yard, on the grass a a Insist
that my house was not n houI a
but the house of Herr Gottwot, or
some such, after roughly elbowing
the kids aside. Th was after
three minutes of hornblowing, ao
that the menials would come and
render him honor. And this, mind
you, was not inGermany.,



s for isultand teIG.
benin4ustrie, and I suppose R
terdam and Lindon are rea]
more spacious, now, due to
slum clearance program the Lt
waffe employed. The bones in th
old Arizona possibly are grateful
for their expensive crypt, because
the climate at Pearl Harbor is
always benign and lovely, and not
everybody can afford a battleship
for a coffin. I would never expect
gratitude from .two nations known
or absolute arrogance and a tea-
dency to make lampshades out of
the relatives, but you would ex-
pec a little more Upervice re.
sect for the openhanded nonvin-
dictive conquerors. And. ifter all,
it's only been 10 years since we
lost the war.


Stock Schemes


By PETER EDSON

WAIHINGTON-.NEA)- A typE. quest for registration exemption concentration has ever been dis-
eal small business incorporation, But from the amended circular, covered on the property. No pilot
offering the sale of stock to the wpuld-be investors. should be in. plant for testing conceftrttlo hdas
public, points up the tough prob- formed on what they are buying, ev6r been built And noe of the
eas which 8 ecurit s and if, they take te trouble to read money front the stock ale is to b
Exhanae Commissioen has in pro- Ua statement. used for construction f malls.
being vestors from losing their h of ton "A" 8EC now tryi to gt
shirts. exempton app ti is now com- company to make disclosure
SEC actifa on this particular Ingjto .Was g t. The reason is these facts in the opening para
case hasat been completed so real tha EC is proposing to change aphs of its prospectus, instead of
names ean't be giv out. So let its ru on a stock offerings burying them in print. If thee
It be said that a drilling contractor Strietet standards of eligibility revisions are not made, the stock
in the Roeky Mountain area was are popoed. Sale of securities for issue cannot be registered.
the sole. oner of a uranium pro- thef Wry b Ait of the pro- A House Interstate Coomeree
petting buainea. He had been mote rather titan the stock s- Subcommittee under Rep. Arthur
grossing 85,o00 year. But he sue would be prohibited. G. Klan (D-NY) ha jus n-
wanted to raise new capital and And all the proceeds from the luded hearings in Denver and
decided, to incorporate. .. sale of securities would have to be Salt Lake on the rash of similar
He had a stock offering circular placed in escrow until 85 per cent offerings of uranium stocks in the
prepared and submitted it to EC. of the stock is sold. If 85 per cent United States.'
It proposed sale of three million can't be sold, the issue will have Since 1950 there has been a a00
shares of stock at 10 eents a share. to be withdrawn and subscriptions per cent increase In Regulation 'A.
This would have raised $M00,00, returned to purchasers, offerings in Coloraqo and Utah.
the maximum allowed under SEC The number of broker-dealer regis-
Reg latios "A" registation A. further change would make rations has insresmad 200 r cent.
exempt for small business, these same, tougher rules apply to SEC sow has a special a force
L af over the circular, SEC Regulation "D' case which in- of inspectors worklAg iO the Denver
fouad that what the elude Canadian stock issues offer- field, Ce to tightena On th
eqrp tr was real turning ed feor to U.S. Investors. Wrat fr the pt ta of
st ock- A N vit
SA at laa mo w B ule.
thAtof a Cao- r g


be p cash from the sale of his be oreto the public at $.R0 a now gfatd to small bue e-
to shae. under present SEC laws. The a-
SE examiners ruled that this The mion share or nett bills would qu even t
,tok offeringg circular Is mislead- rce e total, would remain small companies to sisterr their
g.They are ng revisln of the promoters at stock Issue wit 8 .
th offering full disclosure of little them. These b l will be gonsidred by
the true codte the business. Tbs t claies moieral Congress next year, as oe of a
equirements, SEC will be required era I But orwe rich inveaptaents and so help to preveat
bf present law to grant his r- enough p out without prior a bust.
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after two yearn of anW
Sbas prie paid to
-Inft who does
the intdal job of g .thel 0 A d t "
out of the co"w t drt .
.sme premiums to for a
o.n UZarn a .t 1

gh a e e has
utde mprietl

but far cents in taM Wa
i yards te mU
children ofts area,se
1r 6 the vantage of
ILn er e paid ando
dairymen, get socked a
pri e,


This I hasten to add, Is at least
a- tij* =0 to be* W ad
o tan, The blame Sb-to

o milk handiIng la thectsfi* The d Us
ml driver who deliver mlk to .
met in the Washintn area av s d*ise-s btt
erae $100.a week fo a fvey
ea., whorer-e delver large
quantties of mlk'to stores, re-
Itturants and hotels, hi l pay. l
rtn around $10,000 a year while In ~puW ae hi'e e
aes or two asb It hasm reached e
ON,000 a year. This, however, Is or
unusual. ar mu i
.The average dairymn itn this
rea, the other hand, s paid a
top of $s a week -andusuy pbo p
leas. To be aure, he also a to help
Milk. house and unsay ome ait t ass fs
a.m., sleepa ew hours during
the day, always work sIx dai 8s a U aIm
mi and *mmetimes seaen. H e not m. Ma1


the msn who lets siiscUIea
loose in bis herd orSa8s to
eowe on time can lowes housakud
of dolars before he knows what
has hit him.
FARMERS CANT FTRIK3
The average farmer these days
naturally grapes about the Team-
sters Union and the high prices
paid to deliver his milk. He will
aWie gripe at the United Auto
Workers and the 3-coets-an-holur
wage increase and fringe benefits
they have. Just get from Interna
tional Harvester. For he knows
that this means he'll pay a higher
pace for his tractor, dise harrow
mowing machine In a month
or two.
The farmer also kpows that he
can't use the same weapon aa the
auto worker and he teamster to
obtain a raise. For he can't strike.
In the first place his eows eai1
strike. It they aren't milked they
suffer agonies, eventually dry UP
aed are a complete loss. Or he
raised other crops he can't go on
strike by leaving his wheat or is
aern or his soybeans in the field.
He has too much money tied up,
too much equipment seed, fertil-
or, labor invested. eo, me matW
what the prie, he has to m brim
crop in..Sometlnei aIn theoet
oll dump eemina o
thar take them. But M a xs i
marketing them. But mout of t


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Thiev.e weren't ratified witi-Hat
stealing a safe contaunig 1,500 in
checks and cash from a local
grain eempany. They took a com-
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thptfl We 4* f Hled wthb braises.
roed-weat Sel uad rags he ew.
Im *p1 woudM lean ba bIome like nlM.
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UyR, EARTHW Despite drought Glen Hartiy hr-.
_ _caz. which are the envy of his neighbors Jn
W20. though he's had only one-half inch oat mature
Y-Bio that crack in the ground is proof-Hardy is
-ltld'- ot 50 bushels per acre. He strengthened his
Murey earn ilth anhydrous ammonia and 12-U12-12
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TOKYO, Sept. 28 (UP) -A mas-
sive typhoon damaged ever y
'building on the historic Pacific is-
land of Iwo Jima and -injured a
number of the 500 U.S. service-
men stationed there, the Air Force
announced today.
A radio message from the Is-
aldn, breaking a 24-hour commu-
nications blackout, said typhoon
Louise destroyed all warehouses
on the tiny island and caused "ma-
jor r- damage"' to all. buildings.
The terse message reported
thi-e -were "minor injuries" a-
moug some of the U. S. person-
nel. ut it said there were no se-
rieua casualties and no one was
reported missing.
The typhoon lashed. at the six-
mile long island, scene of World.
War n fighting, Sunday n i g h t
with winds up to 113 miles an
hour, knocking out radio commu.
nications.
had.firt ranort an damage was


IL Y'A'. fal4C5 uap I: =prem
........ ... ./e .... .. ^.a.n il.. n e r_ m f.l o .th
by refusing to ov r- sons, m radioed. "nr
depends' partly, in this injuries at minimum. Need elec-
e4as on deceving the declare. triclams and diesel power repair-
U S opened, the jack- 4 hearts, men to. put station into commis-
PM q bt unluckily decided sion.. .- all warehouses destroyed.
%ln sLa flesse. Instead, he took Quarters damaged but livable.
, of hearts, got the see of Water supply good. Runway and
l t of the way, cashed the ramp is in good condition. Request
As diamonds, and got to dum- regWar schedule to bring foo
Cr ffng a diamond in order and 200 s~attreases."
to di eart e rt on the king of Air Force authorities.ip Tokyo
dlIUbS dispatched a big C5 transport
this. aUwent. throh.. .s u. plane -to fly doctors, nurses, med-
e ul, u w a leaidmen and emergency relief
-tec t. cro-ruff. He led a low su"pp t
toeey also organized a huge air-
Im dummy and roffed di n li .,rush food and supplies to
r.ueand tuf edia mo the storm-battered base.
S iarts his own hand.
. -South next led his last mSLA D HELP
ltmaod. and ruffed with dummy's .
r jE discarded a club instead of BATH, Me. --(UP)- When
m p h qeenrt fheld the ered an eight-year-old putting pen
E an h a eyei. oa n thinies mintoh a parking meer, he
agand, has th atihe onutld asked for an explanation. "I
Ia nadlsuo that hqeCo ldthoughtubusiness was bad," the boy
.Witot biu tho. gt, said"I was just helping you fel-
a th queenn of clubs lows out." Haines explained that
i own la w h the-money did not go to the pollee.
T -.. ..--r'ded heart. Now Sout h_
-*oow who had the Okinf 4 I
It was clear that each df
sna a jd enjoyed a 202 H P. V-8
e-rruffb t had refused
war d to A-10-T of Engine
Z agad to 4i0e- how to
oo elst tbreie willbe in the
t be. led the seven ofwillein.he
-*q' would have no trouble.
w was afraidhat East 1956 FORD -
ablae to win with the
olt r nine of spades and thainucmi.. o
i Ellart through to ow west coming soon.
.a$- -ge n -. nCOLPAN MOTORS
Ait r a 22 *>np- b. .
was boui -to defeat
by wiig the last .


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Yes your favorite beverage will be waiting for
you when you visit Sears' new modern Houseware
Dent. onme earl v and niln sn1a a Penai-Cola.


SEE! SEE! SEE!


Mercedes Alegre Smith,
popular local Domestic
Science instructor and
demonstrator, will be on
hand to conduct some
Interesting cooking dem.
onstrations with the new 3-pc. PLASTIC
Sears electrical appli- REFRIGERATOR SET
ances. Come In and try
some of her delicious
cookie tomorrow, ,.m.I- 0
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Yes, you can buy this beautiful red
and white 3-pc. enamel sauce pan
set for less than the. price of two!
You get a 2-quart, 1-quart and 1.-
quart pan, each with a different de-
licious recipe.


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Saucepn

2.29
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plas4c beadle.
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Jumbo Baskets
Chois of Red, Green, YYow
O ..-.. i.>55
U" fo4 aN ket hf, am*telu he
need fer m- vt ympey H*
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Mm tpo packe. 729
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Pantryware Sets

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automatk, to-touda operation. Three cdlo.


6-qL Deep Fryer
Comseid Men 1w to 400w

Kmmo- 24.95
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Save At Reduced Prite
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Kmre 6-qt. 26.95
Mie, eor ion *a Be p- in. .
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ke* nhdh pb vNi- food Sicq.


Pressure Cooker
Made OfHeavy Cost Akluspm
4 qt. s. 15.69
Au6 lrW W t Combs grip ha
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Sov At RMwm-Prh!l
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Cookware Sale '..

S1 A-qt.Sucepapn,WOe 0.00
Now, Nu-twat hwds l eI J

Lustrous stainless steel won't dent, rust, dpI
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Kitchen Tools :.
With Sure-grip Handles

PC. 39i
Iwo- m* fork, cake itnem, maer,-
leode, an. 6-eek rack for wee.
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Step-On Can
Cover Has Rubber Silencer

16 t. Capacity. 6179
PerWelk enoaml *se pall fes adt
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Step on Il Dial Ught Upl
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1F0FIERS OF TH ... Viii part in S-prday's installation
.. il-Order of the Rainbow for Girls were -
symbollo posts in the order. Ptsa row, left to right ar Rocheile Head, n'tsre; Jei
Longmore, patriotism; Joni Bfandenehip, fidelity; Daorlse a'kley, Iervlcas 4jfoe McOau. uno
server; Mary Smith, outer oberever: Sandra Nelson mn ician;' and Frahno Pl., Paogetl *L rr, ,'t'.
row are Dixie Stoudder, associate adlvior, Nandy Sirptnr harity, Sue Mable,n intatij vrin t .*V
hope; Margaret Zent, instdiling tidapain: Diane Jacob ith; Shirley Millio, Intall A d.y ys; I
May, worthy advisor; Mrs. Ruth -Daniel, mother adv& i Judy Curtis. chaplain; *W.g pr hi^^
marshal; Agela Valentino, drill Iedjer; Caroline Zirtman, lustalUng recoooder; .Marha onJoie p id
Barnes, religion., -


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The car of distinction, NOW PRgSENT
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Available in the custom built
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CUSTOM, CLIPPERS
Now on display at

TROPICAL

MOTORS, S. A.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS:
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BUSINESSMEN, ItW INS INSPECT MIRAFLORES Heenlrftgsew b 4
'noe .4 1040sm.nisar on Industrial re1RikNWd.
at Hotel El Panama took time, out-to visit the Miraflores Locks k nt if errthe viqrls, aboompaniqd by M4
David H. Smith, military asistaht to the Covemnor and Carol Ba'kck.,o 4InduWtriJ Relation Counsels, lo-4.1
are shown standing on the look!apron. In the foreground in light colored s Mee M ii eesvinda Maria
San Bias island candidate in. the reqent.Sports Queen contest. With hir h 'eit sister iad-friend, who are styl A
with her at the El Panama amnd.t-*ho were Invited to join thet tour. '


Introducing THE MARVELOUS SANASPRAY BIDET
NOW EASIER... "SURE.,. PERSONAL HYGIENE
Bere la the perfect way to absolute cleanliness . without- the Inonvenence of old style methods. 8anaspray'l scienti-
ftialy engineered for convenience and safety. A valuable: ad aptthnte addition to your bathroom. All the ad-
vantage of an expensive bidet at a fraction of the cot. .
I;" icte--'. m -.


The Snasnpray s Installed
", with just the simple ad-
-: -.uaunt of a clamp be-
1 tween the Plage bolts of
a.r. to-let bowl, When In
S.-." off portion, it cannot
r,; .ete.ted. Stays out of


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Mai aid gmnteed

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No.. 21 Central Avenue


S.r Togive members a change tochat with Mrs..Julian F. Harrington and Install
wi wer aan honorary vice:prestdet,someo 150'members of the Inter-Amerloan
s gathered around a. beutfthtlly,,afrngd -runhheon table at the Union Club.last week. The wife of
w United Sai Ambassador to Panaaie seatid atthe far right of the-circular center table. She wears
l: lbeveleasdress- and it." corsage white-flRwers. Mrs. Frances Sander, acting president of the club is
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SPhone Panama 2-0552

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Pi kenr Skippersn Move
themes 2-2451 2-2562
Lean Rmding et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding f Jumping close doel
I to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by nppointm..e..t.


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FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALI'-1949 4-door Ford
Sedan: Radle, beater, direction
al, em owner. Navy 65.
FOR SALI;-3 'fllmnas. Callt
Gerarfe O.rt1tM N 4, bbhnd
MoadIe Rey.F- 3-4640.
FOR SAtI-:-TMt .der tikk
AlaIcL dvynafllwkiLd, i new
tins. Call 5-2. 4 I e 241-A,
atuI .. . .. j


FOR SALE
Milsellaneoul


FOR SALE-.-l1arain, 2 air con-
ditioes %.hp.-110 wels Syl-
vnil Invrfe condItlon. God
for office or bdlism. Reduced
to $175 each for quk sale. Call
Panama 3-0226. 8-12 morn-
Intg. 2-5 afternooqe.
AT VERY LOW PRICES: grand
new Amorksr beet known, Fint
line tins; 600 and I00xl5 and
olhar.sJi ue only fea few days.
DIRT C~AP PRIC1SI RECON.
STRUCTORA NATIONAL, Ave.
Peru 7, Ihone 20406.


FOR SALE--Yanity, Underwooeed
typewi*r., New automaK toast-
of. bargain prices. Phone 3.-
4461 Pamne.


.OR RENT FOR SALE
Apartments Household
ATTENTION 0, I.I Just built' FOR SALE---199 3 modal 9-u.
modern furnlished apartments, 1, ft. General Eleit refrigerator.
2 bedrooms., hot, cold w a t er. 60-cycl, deep fhiae compast-
Phone Panama 3-4941. meant. self-defrosting. 322-X,
Balboa. Call 2-4433 ster 4:80
,FOR RINT:-Modern 1-bedroom p.m.
atudi apartment: stove, rftti- -- *
lerater; hot water, air condition- FOR SALE:- 1953 sua tub
ed. Cappo Alegre. Prone 3- "M ytlag" washing m WcIS with
4242, between the hours of 3 wringer, non-rusting ivadled
to 7 p.m. steel inside. Reasonably picked.
Phone Albeook 86-7201.
FOR RENTT:-2-hbdroom apart- FOR SALE:-Due to urgent trip.
meant: living room, dining room, Dining room. living room, bed-
maid's rom, garage. hot water, room funiturs; RCA radlo. Slot
"D" Street, El Cangrojo. Rosita Street No. 13, Apt. 3, Roms Ma-
Building. Inquire apartment 3. rina Building.
FOR RNT.-Cool well ventilat- FOR SAU:-Dreaer $., double
FOR RUNT -COel well vntlat- hod $30. ceiling fin $20, coffee
ed bedroom-living room. kitcb- table $7.50, table $3. floor fan
mn-dinette. For couple or small 518, etec5tic clock $3. miscal-
family. Calls Darien No. 8, next la8eous atilcl Call 5- 296.
stamie tnsm 4Kh Jult Avnu t- -


FOR RENT: Modern apart-
ment ($50)- 2 bedrooms, din-
ing room. sitting room, porch,
ndependnt bath, service. No. 9
7th Street, Lefevre Park. Phone
Mr. MorrHl 2-2389. 3-4984.


FOR RENT:-Unfumished two-
bedroom apartment on 30th St.
cloem to the Medical Center. Tel.
3-0431.


Trinidadian Calypso Singer


Professes Love For, Panama

Triunidadian n.1so eham-
pion, The Mighty Spoiler. chant-
ed last night, "They'll have to
use a crane to take me back to
La Trilnt" a. he ca i.av ie wer
Into the eitre,'of hib dl
during is anla
at the TIvOUll Thetter,
The luolIyr's anucarauce w*
th s frat P Wo aifapre, t ,
tion by Negro Art, Inc ae
ly-formedo ouVr h
;b Colgn Assemblyman Victor
VU with OeoEgio '!le SBaron"
Bryan as artistic director.
The Varge crowd which ft
lthe ? te aW Us emd O le.


MISCELLANEOUS


ALCOHOLICS AN@#YMO I
BOX 2031. ANCON 1J,
BOX 1211, CRISTOIALfu.
General repair, efIiki Ritta
fuernure. Guerfnteed wekAM-
ship. Spacll picem beist esGA.
ice, delivery. In front, 1140 .
Beer Garden. "JIMMY."
Dr. Wemdesake Medical Clik ,
oppeost Chase Bank. Day-nlght
service. Phone 2-3479.


Wanted to Buy.
WANTED TO UY: Swee
tire, siteabl. for MeeoMtrMtlM.
"Rsentruatra NoMasc l,". Peru
ev. No. 7. Phone 2-0406.
WANTED TO UY:--S to 7.
hp. Ammonia compressor and
condenser. Pnenm 3.4640 Pean.
ma. 1


house zl-A, Gatun. WANTED TO BUY:- 25-cycle
refTrigeator Westinkhose or
RESORTS Friidalre. Address 7 .lH
__ Williamson Place or Ion 65t,
Shropmei' furnlshed l has e an lbo.
beach ort S Clare. Telephone
Thompsoe Shal. s 1772.Pn
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile Lit
past Casino. Low rates. Phone (Continued from Pae 1)
Bolbeeoo 1866.
rates both major and minor
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottags, policy.
Santo Clara. Box 435. Balee. It was Humphrey, not Secretary
Phone Paneme 3-1877. Cristo- of Defense ilson, who decided
b l 3-1673. the defense budget must be cut.
It was Humphrey, not Secretary
Baldwin's furnihed apartment of Ariculte Benson, who dee-
at Santo Clara leech. Telephone ed the American cotton surplus
Probeck. Balboa 1224. could no be dumped abroad at
cheaper prices. And it was Hum-
12 CZ Planqs phry, not the State Department,
'~' uwho curtailed loans through the
(Continued from Page 1) ExpotImport Bank.
3. Preispre on Chief Justice -
into the storm vortex after re- the one Republican who stands out
porting it was beginning a pen- as the mst potent, to win in 195I
etration of the "eye" from 700 is Earlt rren, now on the Su:
feet altitude. Aboard the plane preme Couvt, completely aloof
were 11 men, including two Can- from the political merry-go-round.
adlan newspapermen, a reporter Warren has made it clear he
and photographer, would not leave the court to run
A u r r I c ane hunter plane for the presidency. However, with
crew, who defied the mighty gi- Eisenhower's health eliminating
ant killer on the heel of their him as a candidate the pressure
less fortunate mates, tracked on Warren is going in be terrific.
the center of the storm right Warn had an outatanding rec.
over the little Island about noon ord ale -eOVnu of Calorae, won
yesterday. the frmW fm loaunDom dat,
I Ph. eraw radinoed bak 4that It alieAat&d. aatt ta. 3mUmbl.


AL sterem. IEtudlianto 14.'9.

FOR RENT
Miseellaneom u
FOR RANTS Sitea in o-
mecial dw e iient f Hetal II
Panama. App Pte II El Hekon
9-12 and 4. PFlae 3-1179.


i.gb. Med. -h eu. Calls
M.Ats e YmI 7.. M -1719.
FOR RINT:f-.Large tem. fw.
ish 4d, Iedepsde Phoe 3-
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FOR RINT rnpd t&yo
wmet. asl dnv i ry otL.
Ave. Pare Nm m ., el Vli.


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S i5man Robert Broderick died
a hospital of gunshot wounds
ers said were Inflicted at the
try tavern, on Highway 52
of Charleston.
q sald Lindsey Whitaker. of
is oore, Fla., who police said
It the tvern before officers ar-
was charged with murder.
taker was found asleep on he
cI oft a Oil house and a
eman snapped handcuffs on
-before he awoke,.


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Pdnama lnie Z tllIflud
N a n uled to ,pear tonight at "the
gs Aontm 'Tate'r in 0olon1 and
tomorrow night at the Rio The-
ater in Panama City.
Also on the Drogram were
"Two-Gang almokey and his now
Only 37 passengers are ached- "Flre Send.," under the direc-
uled to sail for New York atur- tion of harmonica-playing Al-
day afternoon aboard the 88 bert Davis. The groupD vYe a
AOcon of the Panama Line. pleasing performance w 1c h
Five passengers are booked earned them a regular spot on
for Port-au-Prince.e Haiti. They all of the Spoiler's future ap-
are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Di- peaarnces.
Scala and three children. Teenage Panamanian song
stylist Hercilla Jimenez and Cu-
The complete advance passen- ban chanteuse Emellna Posada
ger liat for New Yprk follows: also appeared on the show
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Antler- which was broadcast over Radio
es; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Ar- MiramaO with Dave Constable
iAour; Mr. end 3r4.1 Chael C. as the bilingual emcee.
Attard; Dr. Fatruolo Bertoll; *.Brypa. .who gave a laugh-
Mrs. Mary H. Bright; MZs. Ma- filled interpretation of "oI' Man
0bel Cooper: Mr. Albert J. DeuC River." also presented a sketch
btch; Mrs. Eva Dickson; Mr. 1. alonX with Miss Posada, Consta-
Althur Hanson; Mr. Jrn M. ble and Ahgelo Jaspe.
hitson; Mr. Orady B. Hardi- The popular blues-aingLnR E-
eon; Mr, Jessie Hawsey; Mr, and nid Lowe. who was scheduled to
Mrs. Mart 8. Herring and appear last night was called off
daught; s. ett; Jan eth- a the last minute; and resched-
tngton; MS. m Mr. uled her appearance for tomor-
and Mrs. Frank W. Hohmatnn row night's show at the Rio
and Mrs. Mauid Ruff. Theater.
Mr. Gv Jones: Mrs. Jacoba
John ,U
b Mr.. r PAINTED PLANTS
un M Bua M MEMPM Tenmu. -- (UP) Mr.
omas nd Mrs Alberturl neatly solved
Sten ; ee the' pro lem of what to do when
;po Mr and J. some of the plants in their yard
Stratus; Mrs. Beulah and turned brown. They sprayed them
Mr. Emmett Eamer with green paint.

VI 7klb True Life Adventures


THEY
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ZUreCmUWr sw u ai.wun w
"Tie winds wolfe te TO e
and the flyotl. a thick
that he oelant -ake as ac-
curate reading but O epust
have been 140 to 1# m. per
hour."
"This conceivbly could have
been what hit the plane yester-
day... that plus a downdraft,"
Dunn added.
"lone (which hbf the Caroll-
nas a week ago) had winds as
high as this one but Janet's tur-
bulene Is more concetrated."
Dunn Aid a tresn i which
the vast sesao M air VaQi is
being conduct for the first
plane to .vU In th1 e hutory
of the hurricane hunter squad-
ron had extremely rough seas
today but only light winds.
Navy spokesmen would not
hazard a eft whether anyone
aflog$ co d have survived the
rating eas MondaY.
The last word received from
the plane at 11:15 a.m. Monday
said: "At 700 feet commencing
penetration. Latitude 15.4 north;
longitude 78.2 west. wind, north-
east 45 knots."
Veterans of the hurricane
hunter squadron believed the
phrase, "at 700 feet." was the
key to what happened to the till-
tated ship.
They said downdrafts of 400
to 500 feet are not uncommon
Is seere hurricanes. This
downdraft could have been 600
feet or more.
Lt. Cmdr. Grover B. Wind-
hamn of Fairfield, Ala., a veteran
of the hurricane hunter squad-
ron, piloted the lost ship. His co-
pilot was Lt. George Herlong of
Lake city, Fla., a distant cousin
Of Rep. 8yd Herlong, (D-Fla.).
Also aboard the Navy Neptune
patrol plane werD two Canadian
newsmenU reporter Alt Tate
and photographer Doug Croak
of the Toronto Daily Star-who
had been trying for a year to
got aboard aweb a plane for a
feature story on scouting hurri-
canes.


Other members of the crewF
were Lt. Thomsa L. Oreaney of.d
PittsburgNh, iLt. Thomas R. Mor-I
gan of reotdu, Mich.. Lt. Wil-
liam A. Buck of Wllmingtoln.
M ,U, Joseph P. Windham of
Donwet, T x., Julius J. Mann off
Canton. Ohio, and Kenneth H.
Clegg of Cranston, R.I.
Hurricane Janet. a killer of
200 or more .ep"sI in t
Windward ialandi, moved on
Hr durmas, Brib l onduras andj
e q a msoo Province of
Mexico, the same prince, hit
y hurricane Bds4 only 10 dayt

Hilds continued across tha
Tacatan Pe lnau and killed
0O perss -in Tawin MU. J


wnue ad i.cg ru, iiM, is lo a
the Supremo Court politfrs.
Warren also had an u tln a
few ye0 1go whisth h political
enemies ma. much of. Whether
It was as rais as they idicated
is not know.
IKE's YOUNG MEN
If Warren doesn't step down
from the bench, as doesn't seem
likely, the GOP dark horses Ei-
senhower himself has privately
picked for grooming as possible
nomnop include e:
Sen. 11*rd Case of New Jer-
sey, who dele ted the MeCar.
thr-jtea in tpt state Gov. George
Craig of Inatna; W am4llale,
Deputy. Attone General: ov.
Atur a f 'WasW iton
HPa Ca, Anmbassador
to ted nation, -
Practiced p II s to the Re.
public l wouldn't
agree with Kb We that these
men, manr t thom s ot well
known, om e. appeal to the
voting puite.


orxe akeh e ii the runinj
whe the e 4pibcans meet at
,an isa o 11 months from
now ar the A1 m who head up the
biger states wtth heavy deega,
tions behind them. such. as Gov.
Wlliam Strattos of Irli.as Gov.
Goodwin Knight of Calieral, Gov.
Christian Rrter of Massachusetts.


The final result of Eisenhower's
illness. ins certain' renewal oi
the old feud between the Taft ad
Dewey wings of the GOP. Smol-
dering splc T' t's death, it has
never died. Whether It Omes
quickly belatedly will 44s
on whether Tom Dewey now re-
turns from his trip around, the
Iorld and stays in the USA.fer
the purpose of grooming the, ext
GOP candidate for President,

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From left to right: Mr. Loubi Lobe, Mr. Ale tS, N Mr To .u.teio Vice..-.
Mr. Arnold Pleker, Vie-Prt.ld lnt l, ch el idt. iton M Artu S
General Monstr of Panamaies;_ !KK ,J ewiclridlt a Mr., Afthr Ki
Ident; Mr. Sam3 Bkerls, Latin AAmerica uperuur,
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the m Ronoke, a T1 l7..on light Wn li lrivyd at U
day. As guests of the' United 8Utae% a vy W h-of these three
Roanoke, commanded by Captain Deny W. onilo UEN, I,. Colon that mo.n.g for thfe


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aatthm Boioffica

aid .Alice Gobel
bighny ,yet. Ge
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up from: time to t
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PMo. fits, ly Into
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son epr TV eas but we don't ppect
leple RO as pay $15. for a
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even "Wet o a hab e no rebuttal
home to ast irguinet.
se of Sal Wttiess: Marion Marlowe's
owi, warbug ,t tbaeverly Hilton puat
vieu, her 1- te ,I0O.0U income tax
teo;. bracket for 19sm... It's 37 years
hows of marriage for the Bud Abbotts,
Ef Who elaim Hollywood's shortest
o enngari eat. They met at a party
and became Mr. and Mrs. 24
herIs later Phil Harris and
i te B'eonan, ad oatloIn in Al-
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layn a when t e Mapped
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heavy rasauP on eveY one, even
at cowboys. In 56me of thbod pictures
dio's than. Kse Bidspp.'
orag The Waet: Jack Duran says it,
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r of thought verybody has brt looks better
time. Mrs be Mong seen soon TV. Says
TV Now i's hy were000,000 qad estiot
p road Oly Sean a rtin and b Jrry Lewa s
Sra t e 'm Jack Durderont says it
.a0 4 tn t& Nrcs-TV. Je sa
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O ISept. 28 (UP)-
Four foreign ministers a-
sily last night that
Meeting In .Genevra
bout three weeks&
a the tth l.f
se aftaFr a
ary of Stte John
for Soviet foreign
MV. MIeltov.
ad French foreign
Antoine Pina y were
last'lht's meeting, Dia-
aemillan raised the ques-
-'a nve to sell arms


Dulles Informed Mjotov that he
had tk with-,Preasident Eisen-
hower Oe P Fiday 4 m th a t tWe
SPresident had pisnned to send an
interim replyto Soviet Premier
Niktolat Btuan's letter concern-
Jag dlsarment.
Duleas sa'4 Mr. Esenhower
probably would have done tat on
Sturdy If he had not suffered
.hi heart attack.
s emphasized that no dis-
courtesy was intended and asked
otov to explain the situation to
# .. Mltov said he would
do sp.
At the end of the dinner, Dul-
lei proposed a toast in c h a m-
f saayi effeit.that the
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Pedldenal prs secretary
Murray Anyd e ehecx_ n
President 4euhower's condi-
tion at Denver.





01 mvaL[oun
Mrs, Jesale Rose .MDonald
died suddenly, this oinaing in
Santo Tomes Hospital after an
illness of several boura.
The Trinifdlman wife. of Reg-
Inad MacDonald, she worked up
= r1l esterd as a maidon the
S aval tirt reservation.
She was stricken early-,yester-
day evening with a severe pain
in the back of the head a"d was
taken to San Fernando Clinic,
where she was given an injec-
tion and told to return this
morning.
Bhe failed to rally though the


1a hour-latr. .' -'.
funeral arrangements Ill bei
announced i .ter .

P aff m/fell


Real Teat of Marriage Comes
When the Gob1g Gets Rough
About men, women and mar-
riage-
Bo long as a woman sees the
man she is married to as the man
she married the honeymqon Isn't
over. The real teat comes when she
discovers th -the- two are unlike
in many wayg.
The man he knows the secret
hat a woman will work harder
for spoken, appreciation than for
any other thing is bound to have
an industrkius wife.
Most quarrels are easily 2ade
up, but if she takes a dig at his
mother or he makes a crack about
hers, those are words that may
be forgiven but are never for-
gotten.
The working wife who expects


i Leot of men feel uneomifrtal
ABOUT WATCHING THEIR M
about watching their wives wo
sot nme hubands say HeIe It
i with the iss and othe
y "Why don't you leave t oo
dies tMl morning?"
The test of a good nmarra
Isn't li whether the read is amo
all he way but in whetAer, or n
the huabemd and wife have ft
tht going is smooth a
th e wb it gets rough ho
ekv they, are tobe traveling

Helper Needs Help

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MIDWEST PULLING FOR NANCY-Pive-year-old Nancy
victim of creepin& paralysis believed to be eventually
is surrounded by some of tre 3,000 get well cards and le
she has received In Chicago from people throughout the
west. VentrloqnLt Paul StAdelan. and his dummy, V
Higgins, pass one of the cards to Nancy. At right is occ
tonal therapist Carol Shad.


BEAUTY Young'DIMrvs Loquise Dodo
e.e _a.,b looks With pride at hb : -mfwtl.bd.Shroaph*re
Sw lamb h whch she entered in the Leavwarth Counatyir.t
With Doleoris A-H Club t John Schae ---


Mm .Pic 11 = 0 JKf by naa 5$10a tw 1.st.aemp to
ef Muratw the 1atal Me dicaml Ce ce hbed at
Verop' Thi two-taMe brown stamp teats a medaolIo portrait
of Jwera a~ rector, a milW'val phyascla .who wrote medical
tratises it LatI On- right side of 25-lire stamp sla a picture o
IVerona's cmturWsdod "Arena," main architectural highlight la
LUe boe e ity d9t ineo and Julet ---

SHOWING WT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT!


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Fri. '-TM T WHO 'D1"
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Congressuen Junket

Round Hard -NH

'Famlly-size' Farmns
By DREW PEARSBON ,
WASHINGTON Sept. 21 (UP)-
While a record number of sen-
ators and congresamqn have been
junketing around the world by
plano, ship and train, a different
kind of juaket,-by-bus has beef
under way here in the U.S.A.
The domestic junket is headed
by Congressman Clark W. Thomp-
son (D., Tex.). In many respects It
is the most important of all the
Congressional travelogues-at leas
to the taxpayers--though Thomp-
son and his colleagues are bump-
ing along farm roads and sleeping
in motels, with no porters to carry
Thompson's group, comprising
their luggage European style.
15 Democrats and Republicans of
the House Agriculture Committee,
is endeavoring to arrive at a non-
... partisan conclusion on what to do
about the "family-size" farm.
which is rapidly* disappearing
From the American scene.
.'J Most city people who visualize
farmer today is hard put to keep
Cox, do not realize that the average
fatal, farmer today yis hard put to keep
attera up the payments on hs tractor.
eters His economic problems are almost
Mid- as serious as in the disastrous -J
Windy "deflation' of the late '20s,' which
cupa- precipitated the last depression.
The situation isn't improving and
7 ` may be attributed to three factors
1. Weather damages to crops:
2. Failure of the government's
acreage-allotment program, from
the standpoint of small farmers;
Snfair distribtion of profits,
Which fl9o0 y: tothe peebsor
of farm imodttles instead bf to
fa dmi pders. ,
Farmers are convinced, he corn.
mBittee has found, that the federal
Severment has rendered little as-
,except the u viewing-
'alarm. Secretary of Agicut-
tAe E*ra 3na-on in 0.z t to
.Congres lit A l. poIll the
ro of sml far remain-
im petitiom ,t -'CU on
li Asat art:
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the united RAw In gw Tae
were. roughly 5.4 million farm op-
erator families in all. Out of these,
about 1.5 million had eash incomes
uder $1,000 a year."
As a result, more a4d .more
small farmers are forsaILng the
hand-to-mouth subsistence of sub-
marginal lands for the guaranteed
wage of city jobs. This, in turn, has
aggravated the employment prob-
lems of city labor unlons-already
faced with the mechanized spec-
ter of "automation."
Representative Thompson and
his traveling subcommittee a r e
frank enough to admit that the
farm-to-city migration cannot be
stopped under present circum-
stances.
"We have seen steady lessen-
ing of the number of farms in re-
cent years," Thompson declared.
"This has resulted in the deterior-
ation of many prosperous farm
communities and many r u r a I
churches have been closed as the
farm population dwindled away."



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NIXONS ATTEND CHURCH-Vice President andI
Nixon, with their two daughteOs Julie. (left) and
rive at church in Waphlngton. Nikon said the bu
government will go on "as usual without aIy di
the llneap of the president'


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AND TRAY


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Picture Reoleose Next FIDAY ot the, "CENTRAL"


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"THE MAN RBOM LAPAMZ," the VWllam Quta pro
ton in .GCnemauo-e. and color by TeeJmog|ui.aae
DAY at the UsjRAu Theatre. Thbi eolftetaIte.m, d
18im, is eald for by 't MAN PtROM LARAt w
M an impowlUp t prop in the pAerod ID whoh the out
drama is set, fLlree ye s. after the rftle'Ws-ftvetani J


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wood to report, excitedly, about
hls delight Twith the reception given
o sa wrote for "Our Town." That
was the Frank SinatTa-Eva Marie
tit-Paual rNewman, spectacular.
"Jimmy andI did it," Sammy
d, hor half what we get for a
S 0o tvie score.But we wanted to see
at would happen-this was the
bst opportunity to see what TV
L)ke most top composers, Sam-i
S yd. been wonderingf whether : ah a e .
A s aTV act would be e ain e ru,


veyard fo Blew- isu. A seangl ca il b a. ptae
niesa expose rei her Itand o t =mt. ofth, .se, ara. rea m eo
T ow hd iso careened once andpithe a t. .a t pr th e n-
rrelymigens your set again. ct.era ate.eTdtion and so. .
"Weu thseems every singer In tesong.t i fee i giv
Atericawatched the show," Sam- t theL toMatit d ltmelmt..
m s id We figured if we didn't Pat has a anew y offeach week-
.. ar mocre tiVB we'd neveroshea 'Written90 r that day-and



d dw any m ore TV. But they aol want a out othe aly mar. ot or
do the score, and the Capitol m Awds to aeo th part tinthe
aurum seems to be selling good. I big fAtih.R'bi8 TV dramas. Then
Sn maybe we've blazed a trhaisl she maes up the time .y working
dr o others in the mu sic business.five-a-wee for a whue; But
Fi er i nt s there's nothing in her cot ant r iv.-
Sther Tonight," the show that Goo. So ae' T;d
gives young actors a chance to _Resort owners in tle Csthw..s
ve leading roles, is paying of. tell of a new peuommc faimlles
i rbairae Joyce did her stint on the i awaY for vahe LimaU tl .o
s ow and is now a top codandidateMI about tbe c nlm at th#4w
r the lead In the Australian com- Ming t s altheaM ra th
p ny of "Tea a nd Sympathy' h o wants tfio a now isw h eeuth e TV
S though there's been much mail reception s od.u M
a king Robert Montgomery toVcon-. .I
t ue the stock company he used! Mark Good on handmll Todman,
a summer, the network (NBC-T who ve specializedIn Jpanel shows
a id no . hired Bobbins will ive have a new project -making T
uahis dis l jockey work to MCafllm s out of the Lan marn a ook
CeS-Radtt's new talent show, scres or young ster..
young Ideas," coming up inOcto-. Although these da ats of
br . Gary Crosby entertained n historical events are de ige spe
p ssengers In a plane for six hours, cificaily for the youth, Goson-
when It was held up by bad ITodman feel that adults w10,oV
father over Detroit. them, too. So they'll be, s0e.-
:a tied for early' evening sereeub.
'In the TV trade, the actors and I.' J ...
a~tresses talk about gettingt.,ICU.I
~ 'd entified" with a part. Thatof CIRadlo's "Make Up our
Neas playing a part so long and MinM"definles a agent a0guy
S often that the viewers forget thewho Is .staaily sore ecalie
'name of the actor, and think only you're t= g O per cen his
o the name of the character. It salary."
c also mean that the part begins'
to get under the actor's skin.
7atricla Barry, the lovely star
ofNBC-TV's detergentoperae rVISTA OI
"First Love," is carrying this S ,
tdlentcptlon business pretty far.l 'S0 iO 0l
,0he's feeling peasy" these Ine *a IW
fo rp s--and -its Laurie James t.
a wlm'|_ge to 4ve the baby. But t t t
.USF ht lffis aurit'five days a week,
gea 4-W lmost teels i she IS,


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I& t was an radio. The 15-
aute show goes on in New York
4 p.m.. but they work every
From 12:30. There are five
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Roads, Puerto Rico,
birth a d0 hter,,
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Namaman Cbsata Rica
Mrs. CarlO d 'la Esgpriella
had their house guest hi s
,Mrs. Marta. G. de la Esm-
B an Jose.

Cda, Caba .
Rafael dte Boyrie
Ralph have 2tum-
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States and Cuba.
Maae, they o ted
lad son-le law,
Victor Robilard.
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Lado lyf nama. Mrs.
A# ,. and-d thi wife of the
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t birthday party held at
Sof bher 4augla a n d
SMr. a~ Mlrs.. P. A.

oRi a ti.Course ,
H2? ul C eieus of "In-
ding' under the di-
Frederick Berest will be
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aovrment, the Heaemable 3.
g hene for severe day before
mutb Amerl.

Julia May dedicated her term to
$SHop and Major IS B. Hern
dok Chaplain U. S. Army ad-
"group sing hpe as
Sally Hdges -earned the put of
fold, the lest award for serv-
1 o600 wasn decor-

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Lua Ban Wr
.The League of Lutheran Women
of the- Redeermer Lutheran
Church is Balboa will hold their
annual bazaar on Nov. 4.
A baked-ham supper will be
served starting at S p.m.
a cook-book compiled from fa-
vorite reolpes of. the members
will on sale In addition to hand-
dartlples and other attrac-
tions.
Jay A Cuaiangaim
00tai"d Master CFUaeller
In Ailantic Demolay
Jay A. Cunnmnghl, Master
Councilor, and o L"ofMfiers who
will qrve with ,* wMr Iastalld
at a open- eeti of tlantic
Chapter, Oror f Viatafn Sat-1_
urday evening. The tion
ceremony took pla e at the CSi-
tobal Masonic Tempe.
M John F. Thomas, -P.M.C.,
was the Installiag officer in the
abasence of tht retiring Master
Councilor, Daniel George, who left
the Isthmus early this month to
enter college. Other stalling offi-
cers were: Emmett W. Argo. Sen-
ior CounclrW; ClMes .: Olson,
P.M.C., Juior Counclo W. B.
Wray, Senior Deacon; Reverend
Milton A Cookson, Chaplain' Har-
vey S, GUlekauo 8enSimv*
C. Melliamny Marsha* 'i
Grace Argo as Organit.
As the officers entered the Chap.
ter Room for their lastallation and
mepbrsm Cristobal Assembly
No. der'of the Rainbow fiz
Jrls. y A. Cuningham, th
.....--m yainwl.n.. as.et


:ouncifom Iby,
Scribe-Treasurer, with Edith Anlm lr e
Eekhol LamWone3. Werleln C111t0esMeets Tonight
SEkhoff Lamlone w Wirleyil, T regular monthly Executive
senior eaon, with Shirley Keep- Committet meeting of the Ameri-
sa.; MarkS t res can Len Auxiary, Unit No. 1
c", with Stephane Dreyer; Phi-.Will hel t4miI1i t 7:30 at the
li. Ma s Senior Steward, Amesrcan Legion Club in Ft; A-
SMai. lekley; David S. mafda. Inumpoant things will be
Staiey, Jun~am Steward, with Ter- discm
ry.Leuls, Ramond C. Croft, .
S 1 Mrrah Basrfeld, ;
1.. iS .Fuiel-rp _Wl Semantics Greep
rP,. Meets PFUday Night
er .v a- The Ancon group for the study
^ .^Si? ; MS-adw' of I 1ral I ties will hold its
HUer tanlan Soe B uig in An-
ep with Rachel Racn (Ane B vard a Mamei
on; ENrman B. Dialsbrt, S nixth Plare- OPat N :30 .m. F .
ecep who Swe proxy, R e A-
seph ...o Third rPreceptor, This I ana m"mal meeting and
SCelees Liter; -.ster-A. 16
e, eFourt e sI T anyone LiteLSBORO, N. D. -UP)- A-
GCmohr w.inh .J.mH J, B Br atslar rai invited the ovet m-
ith Preptor, with Uda Eripak-
son; Norman B. Dias, Sixth Fre- OPEN HOUSE
.e whose proxy, Rmiwe A-
steaescortedRo itsal, delHL-SBORON.D. -A
o Allen, Jr Seventh Proe u N He U -A
sander i, Setinel wit Fay pment Company here recently,
WSandersIIeInwith.F scattered papers over the floor
Foowing the istallation of the ad e wL.Osin Oar
offeas a- most address aJohn HO st er.
was. en-by lewandUeMm A. bW TMsafe
-Recton Q Te l urch ofyu 'at

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j a at as a gift ro his parent
the preagateati1n as behalf
oe,, a.T parents ..
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Sars earned the pas
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fo another person It a beat to
go0, ,the way and do it pa grs-
u and completely as posi-
ble. For Instance, when you are
picking up a friend In your car,
drive into the driveway and get
out and rlngthe dobrbenl. Don't
ait ot In street, giving im-
atient blasts on the *horn.
It's Just as important to be
graelos In the way you after a
favor .as n the way you receive


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fasher opic "Occupation Futb.'

Woman's aub
aTh W irat l et ag if the thnew
cub yelr wi takhe plce on Oct.
5 at the Cristobal ed Cross
Lounge at 2:00 p.m.
New members will be Introduc-
ed to the club. The speaker far the
afternoon will be Mrs. L W. Gil-
bert of Ft. Gulick, who will use,
as her topic "Occupation Duty."
Mrs, Gilbert is the wife of Capt.I
L W. Gilbert, he is the mother
of five children. The Gilberts were
stationed in Japan and it is about
her experIences in that country
that she will talk.
'hechairan for the tea wfil
MrL E. W. M.a. ug. Asaast-
he will be the -eadames A.
G, D. I. Goger, L. L Bar-
GA Raloran, W W Pat-
SW. R. Calcutt' J. E Irn',I
Rankin; N. W. DavisanE.l.
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1956 FORD

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L noolin Plus Liqtd irthe patented
form of concentratedlanolin that pen.
ates your skin. Used a cleanser
before retirini-tben 'few men drops
quickly massagedin, and yol awaken
net morning to discover that a very
definite miracle has hppemd. No
feeling of skin dryness at all-sad s
extraa softness and estra smoedmeas
that is new. But oeret
As your skin benmwm softer and
softer and smoother and smoother,
those disturbing, prmate, dry-skin
rrow's-feet and wrinles really fade.
Got your bottle f Lanolia Pit%
Liquid today. Use it tonight. You\
be a happier woman tomorrow
morning.


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M iSS- G 6 W r 1 f d 5". of -.- a Z n a r t fo r,,Th oseph e op l o raf y en ,
SB of the Canal ne wa preent- fined and relate d out
ed early this month at a dinner given or the debutantes of o.dr. Those p e r e
the 165-56 soeaon at the home of. her grandmother, Mrs. N. j eo having friends around their
Moore Glmburn, in Wilmington, Delaware. MisGlassburn Is ita ., at.
the daughter of Mrs. Robert D. Olasaburn of Balboa, and the Theirmenus are tuned to pa.
late Major Olaaburn. She Isreumn her studies at George t nd nt
GWaNhEgto wntveraty in Washinegtonat. C. Her brother, Paul s medto a inoorma wt ory Tmneg
D. Glasburn, Is entering Williams College in Willilamstown, arelaede tost pine avoanor- nges
Massacuetts. to make people happy and well
fel.
This savor meit loaf recipe Is
US4Red Chinese Geneva Negotiators -an ple of superb Califi
cooking. t's f dressed-upe version
Sof the popular meat losa and is
good cold or hot.
et Down Brass Tacks Parleying Mrs.Hoard. Tanner, in the
Sn o Mendocino National Forest area at
Lake Pillsbury, Calif., gave it to
us. She often serves it at her
GENEVA. Switzerland, Sept. Z repatriation announcement n d home at an informal outdoor eal
(UP) The United States and free all Americans still held in under the tall pines on the low
SCommunist China got down to China. bluff overlooking the lake. She
what a Chinese source called a A Communist Chinese source says folks always comment on
"brass tacks" stage in heir am- said that Wan had intended to 'how moist and fluffy it Is. They
bassadorial-level talks here today. Issue a separate statement after love its excellent flavor, she adds.
The 18th session in the series today's meeting if he got not 'sat.
lasted one hour and 45 minutes. Isfaction" from Johnson. ayry M11 Loaf
American ambassador U. Alex- Publication of the usual commu- (Maea
is.Johnon and Communist Chi- nique. the Chinese soiArce said, -
nest ambassador Wang Ping-nan could be taken as a positive indi- One and one4af powud aground
fited their next meeting for Oct. cation that "some move has been lean beef, 2 cups soft, stale bread
5. made to get down to brass tacks." crumbs; 1 large egg, % cup milk,
A communique aued' after to- t cup red table wine or tomato
day's meeting said "The .. ambas- juice, a cup minced onion, 2 tea-
sader of the Un States and OUT OF BOUNS spons salt tpoo pepper,
th ple's qhina teaspoe s 1. poon
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pea tne a tnni (eon- Wichita students, h en and Mix all ingred except
rt atrtllans women, but they aolddthe air. cheese, until throu bleded.
of h shades a iad exchanged conditioned Mirrison Library while Let stand several hours, or over-
vews regarding tem two of the wearing then. "Just too cold," one night, in refrigerator to blend ffa-
agenda." n explained. vors. Pack half of mixture ito
On item two 'other practical greased loaf pan about 10Sd
mpttera at Issue between the two inches. Cover -with grated e".,
des"--the Communists wan to then lop with remaining moat mir-.
ai 2or lifting of the I t. See LanoiU Plus Liquid tur. Bake .)n a dert oven
rde embargo and for elevation (350 degrees F.) o t hours.
of the China-U.S. talks of foreign
ministers level. DA wr s. I
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pressing from the start to plunge
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By LEO H. PETERSEN
A NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (UP) -- The best-laid
plans of Casey Stengel and Walt Alton waited on
q.nod of slugger Mickey Mantle's head today as the
favored New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers renewed their World Series rivalry in the 52nd
dlition of the baseball classic.
although favored at 13-10 to a practice to avoid using left-
wi both the opening game and wanders such as Warren Spahn,
SSeries, the American League Curt Simmons and Tohnny An-
champlon Yankees were faced tonelll against them.
with a "50-50" possibility that Against Ford, Alston was hurl-
the 23-year-old Mantle would ing a lineup of seven right-
be missing from their lineup. handed hitters and two lefties-
slffering from a pulled muscle the ever-dangerous Duke Snider
In his right thigh Mantle con- and Newcombe.
ce ed late yesterday that the
Idjury still bothered him and Newcombe, a 238-pound right-
trainer Gus Mauch said, -A day hander, compiled a 20-5 record
ofarin wouldn't hurt Mickey during the National League
pne bit." cmapaign but won only two
The possibility of rain was games after July 31 due to'an
sent-although the weather- assortment of physical ailments.
n indicated it threatened to In his two previous World aeries
lay the ame rather than starts he was beaten by the Yan-
aetpone it. The forecast was for kees-once in the famous first
loudiness with a chance of game of the 1949 series in which
owers but clear weather late be was out-dueled, 1-0, by Allie
the day. Reynolds.
______________ A slugger in his own right,


Newcombe had a .354 batting
average this year and set a
National League record for
pitchers by hitting seven hom-
ers.
Aside -from the financial re-
muneration involved, the Yan-
kees had an added incentive of
returning to the top of the base-
ball word after their bitter dis-
appointment of 1954. The Cleve-
land Indians led them to the
wire last year and then prodeed-
ed to lose the Series to the New
York Giants in four straight
games.
The Yankees, of course, have
always been the most successful
of all World Series teams. Since
winning their first pennant in
1921 the Yankees have been
World Champions 16 times and
settled for second money in the
classic only four times. The most
recent of these was in 1942 when
they lost to the St. Louis Cardi-
nals.
Victory in this Series would
also give Stengel six world titles
in seven years and a chance to
tie Joe McCarthy's mark of
evehtyd aod
eight years.


The Dpdgers, on the other
hand, wete hopip to end their
history of frustration In the "big
show." The Dodgers. won en-
nants In eM6 1920, 1941. 1947,
1949, 1952 and 1953 but each
time bowed In the Beries. They
lost to the Boston Red Box in
1916, the Indlsan in 1920 and to
the Yankees in their last five
classics,


Casey Stengel


SWalter Al
Otherwise, the stage was all
for tles M of a
i epM rplatn In' which
e ankees hae been all win-
g and the Dodgers all los-
w ho rqe back to the
Ste American League
a one-se-
.MbeN. to since had
White F ard pa 18-game
eor to start.1 tht Yankees
1 w Ala who
1o coun-
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A "W ,A Series nepaty
wat about -0". v-
raMrd with bly stand*
iw rooaf tiatet a-d ,VOeL
Svap t aetm a blale.
went a -ale early this
ao nd were o price a a .20
O :L.kO respectivel.
laantle, who hit .3 and led
American League with 37
This seaon, probably
be replaced in center field
BobCer the leg tails to
oveigdt to treatment.
hit3 W4 l 54 games this
'r but t.nowhere near the
that Mntle Is ... espe-
n Mantle is a switch-
r while Cery bats only


r-hatded,
crv pDlayeanter
~eted to bat sait
edhitting
% up to thir9.
W, a M-year-ol
, Yorker, was i
1 pitcher of Sts
Year, poting an
hurling 18 eompl
an five sha
ilngI a 2.62 ears
o. B World Seri
d a 1-1 sar
Stlaffted n him
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ETommy Byrne,
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des record For Alston, a Series triumph
with the would climax his rise from an
Sby thO obscure minor league manager
who is in the massive Brooklyn farm
who I ex- system to the leader of the first
Ltey in to- Brooklyn world champions in
ime, Ford history.
of being a tory.
O In UDie Following the first two games
* famous at the Yankee Stadium, the
National scene will shift to Ebbets Field
Ve made It for games three, four and five.
If more games are necessary,
they'll be back at the Stadium.
All the games are scheduled to
aple art at 1 p.m. (MT) (noon
aded Panama time) except Sunday's
which will begin at :05 .m.
led mn The games will be piped over-
aah %see by the Armed Forces radio.


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Hawal To Meet

U. S. For global

World Sedes Title
MILWAUKEEB Wis., Sept. 28--
(UP)-Hawail trounced Colom-
bia, 13-0, last night behind the
hitting of left fielder Ernest Ca-
bral and the three-hit pitching
of Len Kasparovitch to advance
to the finals of the first annual
Global World Series.
Hawaii will now meet Wiehi-
ta'p Boing Bombers for the
International semi-pro base-
ball championship tonight.
The US. Bombers eliminated
Canada, 8-2, in tonight's first
game.
Hawaii's Red Box pounded out
12 hits off three Colombia pitch-
ers while Kasparovitch was lim-
iting the South Americans to
three singles.
Cabral knocked in two runs
and scored three with two tri-
ples and a double to lead the Red
Box' onslaught. Jack Ladra and
Riki Watanabe also tripled.
The Honolulu team scored
two runs each in the first and
third innings and turned the
game into a rout with a five-run
flurry in the fourth.
Kaspatovitch allowed only sin-
les to Humberto Vargas, Ale-
landro Manjarres and Jullo Lo-
pez in racking up his second Se-
ries win.
Hawaii must now beat the
United States twice to win the -
double elimination tournament
since the U.S. team already
holds a 5-3 victory over the
Hawaiians. If the two games
are necessary, the second
game will be played Thursday
might.
Colombia and Canada will
meet in the first game tonight 4
for third place.
Two former New York Giants
-left fielder Les Layton and
shortstop Daryl Spencer-spark-
ed the U.S. to its victory over
Canada.
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SLUGGER, TOO-Junior mem-
ber of a slugging family, Pfc.
Lou Marchegiano hit .34 b a t-
ting Fort Lee, Va., to the Sec-
Army championship and Army
World Series. Lou. 20-year old
brother of Rocky Marciano, also
coaches the boxing squad. Hits
there, too.
W --

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SLUGGER, TOO Junior
member of slugin g family.
Pfc. Lou Martbegiano hit .348
bfin Fort Lee,. V.. to the
bond Army championship
and Army World Series. Lou,
20-year-old brother of Rocky
Marciano. also coaches the
boxing squad. Hats here, too

COLLINS-CARTER
NMW YORK (NEA) The
only time Brooklyn didn't appear
a thet top of the 1e5 National
LeAue teding. was during the
fir five days of the eaum when
the Cubs held the lead.


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YANKEE PICKETS -- Here are the outfielders the Yankees depend on to hit the long ball and
catch the ones smacked by the Dodgers in the World lerfes. They are, left to right, Mickey Man-
tie, Irv Noren and Hank Bauer. They smack the ball for ditane and go and get it.


Santiago Martinez


To Spar


At Mara on Gym This P.M.


SHARPENING UP Cuban featherweight Satago- MartQun
gets Instructions from his trainer, as he works out in prqparatign
for his 10-round, 130-pound headliner with local l*4-pound
champ Pedro Tealsts -at the Colon Arena Sunday night. The 22-
year-old Negro will spap three rounds at the Marafi6n Om this
afternoon at 4, for the benefit of fans from the capital. Cuban
fight trainer Alfredn.Perez, a longtime resident of the Isthmus,
will be in Martinez' corner Sunday night.


Maryland Rated No. 1


Grid Team Thus Far


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The University of Maryland Is
the number one ranking -foot-
ball team in the country.
The first weekly ratings of
the United Press board of coach-
es has the 'terrapins on top by a
comfortable margin. Saturday's
7-0 win over U-C-L-A earned
Maryland 18 first place votes
from the 35 leading coaches on
the board.
Maryland received 38 points
more than the Wolverines of
Michigan who are followed by
Georgia Tech. Oklahoma, which
ran its victory string to 20 by
beating North Carolina, was rat-
ed fourth and Notre Dame fifth.
U-C-L-A is sixth, Army seventh,
Southern California eighth, and
Texas Christian -ninth. Ohio
State, which was second in the
board's final 1954 ratings, rounds
out the first 10.
Coach Bud Wilkinson of Ok-
lahoma say his team I s-still
something of a "mystery" to
him. Wlkinson expects to
clear up the mystery against
Pittsburgh onfl Satnurday.
The Sooners dumped North
Carolina 13-6 in the season
opener Saturday at Chapel Hill.
Tenth-seeded Ohio State may
be in for a rough'time this Sat-
urday when they face the Uni-
versity of Stanford. Coach Chuck
Taylor of the Indians says--"
think Ohio State can be had."
Stanford was upset last Sat-
urday 10-0 bv Oregon but the
loss apparently did not shake
Taylor. He says "Those things
happen. I think we have the
ability to take any team we
Coach Lynn Waldorf of the
Unlversfty of California has a
different view of this week's
rame with Peamnsylva nl Sas
Walderf-"We are et under-
estanatng lPenn. We are goiag
to use a lot of ma-n Rater-
daty to see ust where we
mind."
The top football team of the
Armed Forces-Fort Sil's Can-
noneers takes a 15-game win-
uiSg streak sagbst Seppard
Alr Force base on an iedy.
the Cannoneer, m coseaed
by lon Heath, former Univlr.
S of Oklahoma stgtUly Ves.
n o e Helamnan y win-
er from Oklabomaf the
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ficials a hard time. The ball
handling of quarterback Shad
Day has them confused.
Twice last year the ball vw
whistled dead after Day had
faked a handoff and passed the
ball into -the nd zone.
Saturday, uarterback- DaY
made the handoff and the bal
was blown-dead when his. knee
touched the ground. It so hap-
penesd the receiver was 40 Fards
downfield when the whistle blew,
but. the ball stS was eturai'd.
En"WORR'~


Ranking Cuban featherweight
S ant lago Martinez will go
through a three-round workout
at the Marafton Gym this after-
noon at 4.
Martines, who places second
among contenders for Clba's
126-pound crown, wlich is held
by Ciro Moracen, who ina turn
is among the world's six out-
standing feathers, boxes Pan-
ama 136-pound champ Pedro
Tesis in.a 10-round, 130-pound
feature at the Colon Arena
Sunday night.
Yesterday, Martinez sparred
three heats with Manuel Pres-
cott at the Arena before a large
crowd, in a-"proficiency test"',
for the benefit of the Colon Box-
ing Commission.
Report have it that what the
opmal=ston, and the spectators
paw. they. lked.
Martinez, his manager Jesus
Vasquez, ant Tula de sanbhez
Pinto, the enormous wopan
promoter who is sponsoring Sun-
day's program, were ringlders
at the Maraflon Qym last night.
They made a special trip from
Colon to take in the boxing card
of the First National Games,
Thb 22-year-old Cuban, who
has been fighting professionally
since 1952, has compiled an en-
viable record.
In 22 battles, he has racked
up 18 wins; lost three by deci-
sion; and drew once.
He battered Davey Moore,
6ell known locally, In earning
a unanimous 10-round verdict
in Havana, July 16: and
knocked out U.S. featherweight
Dick Powell in seven, Aug. 13.
This bright prospect from tap
Pearl of the Antilles has bad
four fights this year, and won
them all.
The above statistics w e r e
gleaned from an official docu-
ment issued by the Havana Box-
ing Commission.
The rugged looking Cuban
Negro will have as his chief seo-
ond Sunday, a capable. crafty
countryman of his one Alfre-
do Perez by name.
Perez,-prominent in local box-
ing circles as a trainer and
manager since 1939, hints he
will have two winners at pro-
gram s end unday night. .
The veteran Alfede will alo1
laee gloves an youthful Tote.
Ibarri, wh. makes his meeond
pro appearance on. the card's
six-roed, l0,pound semif-
nal, against scrappy Ju Sal-
sar.VFr Siould fly in this
encounter.
General admission for this
propetve super-duper pro-
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The First National Games will
have for the first time since ac-
tivities got under way Saturday
night, tennis, swimminL, and
water polo events, today.
Tennis matches will begin at
the Olympie Swimming Pool
court at 3 p.m., and aquatic *e
vents will start at the pool at
7:30 p.m.
. Yesterday, Faustino Lopez of
Panama won the 21 kilometer
(approximately 13 miles) mara-
thon over Aurello Wellington
and Cesar Lewis, .also of Pana-
ma. LopeS time was one hour,
27 minutes, 27 seconds.
The participants aiced out of
the National Stadium all the
way to the National Guard booth
at Panama Viejo and back to
the stadium where they finish-
ed up the gruelling run with two
turns around the track.,
Lopez beat Wellington by ap-
proximately 75 meters.
In boxing. Federico (Chichom-
bolo) Marshall, 144%, Panama,
unanimously dectsidned Ambro-
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(NUA Telephoto)
NEW MANAGE Rill igne
puts on his uniform. or a "Lit-
tle World Seriee" game, one, of
his last as manager of the
Minneapolis Millers. News of
his appointment as manager
of the New York Giants came
in the midst of -the series in
which his team is battling the
,Roo ester Red Wings at
Rochester.

FIREWORKS
HARTFORD,- Conn. -(UP)-
Connecticut's fireworks ban has
been modified to help farmers
fight crows. Farmers now ae
authorized to use strings of salute
which go off at lengthy intervals,
jarring tha birds' nerves so much
that they finally let crops alone.
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slo Sandalla, i141&,
Marshall bombarded
defenseless andala
ries of bolo inel es
the packed gallery hlow
the opening bell.
Carlos Ortis, 142%.
TWO'ed Guillermo
1444, Darien, in 1: 0 1
third round. The loser 'had
down for an elghtreoup~
first.
Manuel Barton. 134I,.
qul. scored a unanimous.
over Benito Tufl6n 135,
in a come-from-behdad-
Ramon Silgado, 134S,.
TKO'ed Carlosi Wil .
Panama. -in 2:58 of thi
stanza. Wilson had been A
canvas for an eight-count
er. . -
Jesus Santamaria, 126,
decisioned Ismael Undel
Darien: and Enrique Pereao
of Panama. gained a
decision over Assel
1240. Chiriqul.
Today's complete r ntgrn ir.'
Cycling. 8 am., Olymp i
dium. '
Volleyball, 8 am.,
Swimming BooL
Softbap, 2 p.m., Sant i
Park.
Tennis. 3 p.m.. Olyvmoine
ming Pool end Hotel UPI
Fencing. 4 p.m.,
Swimming Pool. .
Golf. 4 p.m.,




Football, 10 p.,.
Stadium.
Chessw T.30 p.m., telt
trail. "
Weight lifting. '7 pal W
linq Gym.-
Swimming and Wte .t '
7:30 p.m., Olympic SmS;nq-'A

Boxing, 8 p.m.. MSarafMo n

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Nn sm WiM 3*te I~ Normal laboratory worka can rry them only so far before the natural, red by three Vandals at the 35. deciding game f the 1
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t The American League. campIon New York
TAnkees, sparked by homer-hitting Joe Collins, eked
a thrilling 6-5 victory over the National League
mnant winners, the Brooklyn Dodgers, in the open-
Sgame of the 1955 World Ser.e. -
- ,. Playing in sunny weather before a capacity
*Awd that Included 63,899 paid admissions, the
J)odgers jumped off to a two-run lead in the second
%,ming, but could not hold it and Whitey Ford was
phe winner.
Don Newcombe, the Dodger starter, was the los-
og pitcher. Tomorrow Billy Loes of Brooklyn will
S the Yankees Tommy Byrne.
The play by play: '


FIRST INNING
dodgers: Junior 01llia m.,
oklyn leftnelder. grounded
.to .Yankee pitcher White
i for the first out. Captain
'Wee Reesa shortstop, sin-
i to left. Duke inlder, con-
lelder, struck out Roy Cam-
illa, catcher, popped out to
nd. No run, one Mt. So er-6
Sone left.
lnkees: Hank Bauer. right
Ler, beat out a dribbler past
right side of the mound. Gil
lougald. t h i r d baseman,
1k out. Irv Noren, center-
hit to seqaond, Zimmer.
er second baseman, put the
on Bauer and completed a
tleplay with the throw to
.No runs, one hit, no errors,


left field stands to tie up the.
game. Billy Martin, second base-
man, skied out to right. Phil
Rlizuto bounced out to thirds
Two runs,-one hit, no errors,
none left.
TNIRD INNING
Dodgers: Snider drove a liner
Into the right field seats for a
homer. Campanella popped out
to third. Furillo walked. Hodges
skied to center. Robinson struck
out. One run, one hit. no errors,
one left.
Yankees: Ford walked. Bauer
singled to left. McDougald rolled
out to short. Noren bounced out
to second, Ford scoringg to tiW u
the game. Berra dribbled back
to the pitcher. One run, one-hit,
no errors, one left.


K SECOND INNING FOURTH INNING
ydgers: Carl Furllo, right- Dodgers: Zimmer got a basat
ler slammed one into the on balls. Newcombe forced Zlm_
itaeld seate.for a home run. mer at second and was on firs-I
SHodges, first baseman, with a fielder's choice. Gillam
mded out to second. Jackle walked. Reese hit nto a double,
nson, third baseman tripled lay. pitcher to shortstop t
seen Yankee left fielder Bl- fst. No rns, no htif, no error#,
SHoward and Noren near the one left.
foot mark. Don Zimmer sin- Yankees: Collins homered in-
I to right to score Robinson. to the right centerfleld stands.
her Don Newcombe bounced Howard struck out. Martin sin-.
to Yankee pitcher Whitey gled to left. Martin was thrown!
d. QWHam walked. Reese out trying to steal second,
ded to trd,. forcing 011- catcher to shortstop. Rinsuw
r t second. Two ruis, three struck out. One run, two white, no
P.. no errors two left, errors, none left.
mies: Catcher Yogi Bera
d oult to second. Joe. Col- FIFTH INNING
JIr t baseman, walked. Dodgers: Snider popped out to
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sort 1 %rSlo ilted to enter.Boba"on WlM to nter n o
u moving to d. rank: Ford t
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HomerS no htt. uso rrorsenone lete. NraumtrW TAXPAAA .
OrIZVH INNING
fDadgsI.: ,lmuer filed out to
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I iI I[-he meouD d Robo came duardo A. Lonau made bid onardi sd there would be
s on tto pichit for Ru.,to.Mar, todC for loser relation be- no di' tnaton aga ero-
I i liSH[] tin was caught attemptin to tw- the United States- and lt- but that "steps w.J be taken,
bllseal home pitcher to catheor. Arge.ntinaU. a legal ba.ls, to see that te
I il 0M0T runs. three hlp, o errors, He also pledged hs new gov- additions rted by Perooam
U hiilif sione It Dn ernme ntD wiUll vesM;tig co.- P...will not return
Bessent replaced Newomb on-vli onal. presiding Gen. ith ent sot

the mound. ERobinson du Id tAe .firt news co nfeence we n ern so d be
Dodgers: Reese fed out to since he took power relast ions be- no discabe ended a safe eron-

tin gt. Saier ght a h mounderas success torhe Jnite D. Peron, et 's p i t

to firt and was thrown out to Lonard said he would seek to o into ese eover-
steal lhome pitcher. C ampael fedrer. Argentina.s ties ith ta lwn ras e att a


I I liol t to right. .o runs. ,o hits, no the United States "not, as many board the Para .p guaboat
errors, noe left., nmay thi, or thHe e hi w ga-conomdit ad Parag uenst Abres ar
0Yanes: Jery Coleman. whoeh tent il m Invht mian for .. us, but b or.u
Ae replaced Ruto t horttop. beuse e eat naon the re tthewould
O*VENT= INNING In the first news conference won irta mm

Dodgers eese. ro nded out tolsince he to making great spIrital call for ele o os a sa oon-
ou t center. Buer bhoounced out progressor to Jon D. P esre f dero
to irand s d o w out to Lonardi id he would seekto o
the pitcher. Cainmpanlla flied strengthen Arentina's tie pithtsown mro A

tto rigt. No runs, no hits, nothe te "not, as many bard t. Paagisayagunbat
or, nonet may think, for the economte aidpraayTe n c io Aie hr-
Yan GHesf Iry N Coleman. who that that might mean for us, butbeee.
Replaced Riuto Ut shortstop, because the great nation pf the Lonardl reiteae he would
grounded out to third. lrd flied north I makingte great spiritalforpopl i

Ront tone. neu bounced out progress." asie y -ey n setting stfa between l
ofs Mhoour ga's glove t move a 'ts of the o life eu1fo ceutry aIn the country
urlo to rd. Jacl e going a- Indicating the new Argentine newba chief exeuie who

ound o secnd. imer id rime may rise Pos ol- deknrstand evouti na
Dto entdger, Furillo tasingled to oet housembehadivr one provisional relations betwgn
leftsorng. Hodgank ed ouert tcame on t.on with avet Rustas and h ernment aid Ar nine
topnch hit for Don Bessent other Communist countries, Lo- organhe SS S5*o~diS ,h-
Robinson bounced one put twhie Ford nardi sa highly by d: can settling ffaibetweenobse
was tIoIr a full windup. el* "I personally see communism thOr'wol lsS
off M cDouglds glove to move as thret to the udical fe tb country and h theH oH n of o.
popped ou t to third. Tackt o runs- Inwhich based on t thee new Argenti new bot of fren and
o hts, one error, one mert. of liberty. revise Peron's P derad
to center: McDoua hitttagging "Mup and Icy of cabinet aig friendly other consul- Conering relations between
scoring.st Clem abine who re- came on bodies will hthave to studssia a n government and Ar nt
Sliced Besset on the mound .ther Communist country, *
the Dodtenter i to lef as a threat to the judicial orderhoe a oters
poe bounced tothird. o runs, which I based In Fthe protection thesrs wi
lay in tim, for a doubleplay, .iberty. n o
erra wake: cDold, hitting "ed cabinet and other consul- my government," out S DI.
rs nIc em essept on the mound 'h1 (O une r .. '.. ''''- ". ,C-
Ste Doiidgeris sie to left, Intretio m l.thl to lef
Iforen Kounced to t ~st nifed In Fight, me of PetstrI on's chf *o *

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