The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01710

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WAMsINGTON, Sept 9 (U8IS)
- The customs almpliflcatlon
hBi, enacted at last session of
congreu, went Into effect to-
day.
The revised customs regula-
tins eases many restrictona on
pI s In line with the US gov-
fIment's policy to cooperate
wtho other nations in working
t0 free Internationul trade.
Jri are the major revisions:
-wreign hbps are exempted
fr paympeat of duty and In-
terzal *~revue tax for supplies
acquired for maintenance and
repair. .
The maium period during
whieh Iports can be shipped
ou0 X,1_*i7d original duty
,paymis Wunwded has been
-exteB.C-tBn n three to five
years.
SThe prled In which goods not
meetlta t buyer' s pea flea-
tloae Daa returned to cus-
tomrs custody for exportation bas
been MeXuodi from 30 to 0
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Action-Or Else


SEOUL, Sept. 9 (UP) The Allies today listed 34
prisoners, including 944 Americans, still in Commuist
hands and demanded "prompt action" by the Cama.
nists in returning them or accounting for them.
Maj. Gen. Bimekshear Bryan, senior Alied elember
of the joint military armistice commissiong,aid after a
meeting of the commission the Communists "hve got to
gine an accounting for them or else." He did not
elaborate.
"We expect prompt action," he told the Reds.
The chief Communist delegate merely replied: "I
reserve the right to comment on it later" and issued a
counter-demand for the return of 27,000 North Korean
prisoners of war freed by South Korean President Syag-
mn Rhee. .


Bryan said there were H4 A.
lericans, 2,410 South Koreans,
ine Australians, 19 Britons,
ee Canadians, eight South A-
ricans, three Belgians, two c-.
Imabans, five Turks and
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dr._ w gen rers we rher ti6 er)."
ntervews (a 0, asked values, with no ~ite ti to
Sat .p Je an udef d, lt tn out to be less "Na e h these people hmu
tot. wvge making th a the .values et by custom been reported by you sa
--~ E~~ l t b .veryanto Hos apprelaer escaped or died" as irequi
Stto qoe-t.r C by the armistice agreement,
ded a e of other Under certain conditions I- Bryan told the Reds.
I arto Workers *o had been v d haderrorsn "The list exceeds the atmb
S u had &I- porters idcorre etrrors.
.,-4 durti ate two dpes said E e Pan sher entire at customs. whom you have stated do not dem
'" they pt tWsa dsams said s on the o re repatriation abot t1j,
S. "We now demand that you r~
la, J;th F Stervl wer. _ompleto tai3own: te we h e turn these people to usors &
jgeasd Jo!v& the onlet tour a th ndove 1 ouuntf to us for each of these
s ttwo years bn ctheS Woler ro In dividuls."
tid One even showed him atter Spanish WThe Communists have mid a-
"on o"e",e my o'* hsh W- the coe- bout 300 South Korean prison,
Owimy son's h"iwd wcT haenda.S the ana 'FANTASC' Cid. Frank er and about 20 "'non-KoraM
Ilgeto Ihald 'f"n our ef -dryd a d for nnto To -fw ^ chwable o w, Va.. captives, presumably some As
o gesture fr in gn emen t at a, merican, oave expressed a de
t the alOs laWP6 hwith a m$5 sr ) t Ges- To. n a a do remainIn*TFa nthe Comm nA
i nthel n M My W I l e w ia h .k novelist, and group of POWs. hwable was Ater handing the it to the
C Wll he Ebad.t Among le ate t m- d tbm where !hba Mrs. C Rn Kezb, filed reported by the Mp to have Reds at today's meeting BrM
hOwill e 1 maid eiOlda'P tuit 1.suits e0aa da 2oel today con etor rm wrfare. H ad "the deL toel0s
ary ployi fl w y w dl nobod* Ma Earshr, MD phae been liv- signed the oanheaarbe he said chaeed slightly, but t
overeI dfor f-.S in R- ome. the writer when he reab se altm aens- the most accurate knowe fr
S' a done, we w ar c t tive was den ath a torture, the our best Information.
per and RW P1 "We know In
le g~ason the c. uV Bedne, X I4.m -
--- t cm fofmerly o ands, Schwa 1e 0 d, was (the enemy's) Ys |
fidnZ*. sowsprlo et b 8Rt a iars. "p rap wat a' iftervenr "fantastic lies b&i2d on alse In their res i tCommoneir-
Id" .I.. Ay man" Clara plirop-N#o wag their Inte, _ply. the om a
tt t the Sutn statement forced from help- b said the untd NatioW"
Stname ,in medrione forcibly" holding tnhe 3T00
Wa of Mm. 3. Eara jp prepared to Pak now f d were freed 11M am ag.
thhgate... e I: i h* r- thht gt~e c~ fore the truce .was dI ed -
failt is Pilnik. development thiS atbLs wiac
been robed, nt a an Ar- T To ed the armistice
d they reT i Bryan M he ihem l W ag
fat that weekend o w.- Communlef "It is melt erlimet
iro rMntlr, s= h iS amthr of "Niht Rd ge In Korea M*-
believe the p0o- 81 the C MAd various other p e." hei
aat he-eallimel 3im some of which elected to stay in ea
ctm added. Uhutenan bMaf a s. SUUL, Lorea, Sept. 9 (WP) when they wea free sad m
t was A Pohsh member of a neutral eotesed desre to aJe th
onan nations inspection team begged 0 arm
4.... *- -and recelvcd political asylum Before -an announced te
L 's today onvy minutes before he figures estimates of the number
v .S w to ly back to Communist of Americans still held by the
SNorth Korea. Communists ranged from 2,0
tonz to 3,000. Some 8.000 Amerleanit
--A NOISThe U. 8. Army disclosed that are reported missing Ia KCAM
iS .A meria Finals 28-yex-elud Jan Hajduklewlcz, and only about 5.000 to 6,066
hl W- an Interpreter with the Pollah were believed killed.
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CIT NJ., Sept. I sled and hugged freed M at an air base t returned all psneru who wa"t
Sthey were to ld erngean on South Korea's ed to go home wen they cpO*'
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(PERSONAL NOTE: Will the writer of the let-
ter'entitled, "Our Old Eyes Are Precious," signed by
"Fairweather" and carried in our issue of Sept. 5,
please contact us. Just call 2-0740 and ask for the
Mail Box editor. Thank you).


STREET-HALL CONCERT APPRECIATED
Box 1341
Balboa, Canal Zone.


By Victor IUesl


a new labor relations man to
protect a $30,000.000 operation-
a 'legal racket" which the mobs
expected to expand into a $IS0,-
000.000-a-year business.
The crime combine la looking
for a tough trouble-shooter be-
cause the latest shooting of
hammer-fited race track union
tycoon Tommy Lewis has got-
ten the big time gang bonus n-
to trouble.
The kllng, pulled off by a
stumblebum who didn't know
enough to put a silencer on his
iron and who was sufficiently
stupid to pull the job five flights
up in a crowded Bronx apart-
ment house, alarmed the "re-
spectable" self-polelnm mobs for
two reasons.


An artijle appeared a few days ago in the columns of a wide- The shooting proved to them
h circuL13ia1 local dailv in "hicnl the writer, Maurice Haywood, a that too many small u nlen
t.acher of tre La Boca 8c,',oi. a\ e analytical study to the Street- have professional killer a
Hall duo-uiano concert uecented last week at the Bella Vista their payrolls a haner ,
theater under the aegi.i oi Christ Church-by-the-Sea, in Cristo-, from Lephe's Murder, Inc, days
bal. The article. %rin.Fn in a decidedly critical vein, literally -who are now stepping out of
cracged the Street-Hall team over the proverbial coals, with line
entries !eanina hea l.v on the debit siae and little on the credit
-,de to make for a carefully balanced analysis. This writer does: And the bumbling asaMulia-
Jiot conitst the prerogative of Mr. Hawood or anyone else to lion spotlighted the *l
SexDress his opinions on matters of this nature. Critical studies union insurance racket
such as Mr Hawood attempted to make are not unusual in any which the neo-Mafla crowd rrnw
well orderco society and are essential if respectable standards handsomely tailored and m etlru-
are to be main:amed in any field, provided. however, they are loudly manicured. are tang al-
ti products of sound knowledge and are constructive in their most $30,000,000 in c:mr-salomn
on union insurance and welfare
purpose. funds wl hta face wvaue ciose to
To be truthful, it might seem that the Hall-Street combina- $5,000000 000.
tion fell somewhat short of normal expectation, particularly in The crime combine wantF
Tiew of the terrific build-up that w-s accorded them In the ad- nothing to interfere with Its
.ertising campaign that preceded their appearance. However, thoroughly successful Invaion
There is mucn that can and should be said in defense of their of the collectively bargained
program. We cannot conscientiously overlook any extenuating union. welfare nJ insurance
S cualltv of their performance. The potential prc:it would
In the first place, one did not have to be a musical virtuoso put many a giant corporation.to
to appreciate the tact that Mrs. Street and Mr. Hall labored shame. No more than 25 per
q:nder a crippling handicap in havIng to perform on pianos that cent of organized labor is now
mere undoubtedly anything but good concert instruments. Insured. It would take an add!-
In the second place, while we are Inclined to the belief that tonal $15,000,00.000 in 'ace
;their choice of material for this concert was in a large measure value of new policies to cover
,unorthodox. It does seem true they manifested commendable the rest of labor In sonm 75.000
-wourage ii. being able to detour from the more familiar concert local unions. This could yield
repertoires to whichh we have been accustomed and which are vir- some $90,000,000 a year in com-
ituallv overworked by the various concert artists visiting these'misalons.
i.'rns. to introduce material which, though less ponderous in And it would all be legal. All
,.eit composition, were sufficiently taxine to demonstrate the the mobs neeG do,.onc, they get
'.echnicle proficiency and sober tastes of the artist. control of sufficient unionl. Is to
h' On the v ho:.. their imperfections notwithstanding., it is our continue to set up their wives,
I'rank and unfettered opinion that Mrs. Hazel Lawsbn Street and sons, in-laws and fraternal mob-
*TIr. Llo.d Hall are to be highly complimented for their large- Iters as Insurance broKers to
'.ated and generous efforts on behalf of Christ Church's organ place the business.
teDeir fund. Their efforts in Panama will long be remembered One Federal investigator who
.er l ve are h.e -P l tl': wl-en next thev visit this country thev has ripped open at least nne of
1 ll :z.,n be nisrosed to aive us the benefit of their splendid these insurance enterprises at
tnulical talents. William McKenna, general coun-
; sel of the House Committee on
Te-- '* -: e?-v mlrb Mr. Editor Government Operations He has
Respectfully. the names of two local union
Henry L. Rose chiefs who made some 850000
In commissions for shifting
S$750,000,000 'worth of insurance
I I to a Chicago company.


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Similar operations are being
uncovered regularly by FBI a-
rents throughout the East: by
the Manhattan District Attorney
in New York and by the St, Louis
Federal Grand Jury In Missouri
and nearby states.
There, employers hayv. been
forced to pay 1;% per cent of
their payrolls into local union
welfare and insurance funds.
These policies are then placed
through a business agen.or one
of the combine, or a lady friend.
or even a wife acting as an
Insurance agent under an easily
obtainable state license


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WASEMOTON-(NMA) The big problem of
battling Comimunplm In Westn uroe as been
to cenvMee the working people of th .oWa-
tries that Americn-style capitalism aN te
tree entrpre teds h have moe to offer them
than comor Belosm
Mxlr preih .. toh phse oth. l tUe for
men's mind a been reported Am WsAt Or-
man. Th people there can oe SUf a4S tb t
Communismn of~t the Et OerIB 'ly- a hbl-
low shell;
In France apd Italy. however faCt that
the free entrpr way of lif e -r a righber
standard of litvl to the work I pople has not
registered Communism still promise
more to l9 o n.9
Ihis is one o th underlying ta e o the
setback whilh. th de Gasperi v t sif-
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Now along comes a local As a maIer or oiiac, all mtq Im wvn m bi w uMn.
union feud, and a murde- In producttity drive has.now been turlpdOver to- .ThI
the Bronx, no lees. Not even in the a pean.. It has been practical abandon. O.
Brooklyn. And when the ).A. ed Ain Aaerlcan enterprise. T1 :e-rsn for
digs into the murdered union thlr largely buried in a peculir chain of up t
oaflclal's business activities, he cirounilanee.. A11
discovers that the dead man's he princlle of the productivity drive as a rbcen
wife is vice-presidtet of a program to help wean Europe awyqa omn COa the j
brokerage firm whie l handled munism was first written Into the Mutual a- to 1M
hundreds of thousans of dol- cur ty Act through an amendment Itrodueed I1 .. ot
lars worth of insurance for fom n rM W Moody (D,- M )I tn 196 f ree
some 10 unions In which the
a-assinated one had consider-
able personal influence.
No reflection on the missus. It Y O R K C
Is all legal. There is no law
which says that a union official f
can't operate an Insurance com-
pany. directly or indirectly And.
you can't measure trade union
ethics by any but your own That .t..
But one thing Is ceruain Y r my be m te
throughout the country thee m ab' i
is moving in on this type nf In-' anothu e "candidaZ
surance and it's dlsr5et'c e satra aaint
hen an rt of the bunes nHls a
spotlighted, coftroIUD Io i
The mob knows that there chair. Irplt wasre
are many honest firms which is real of Chicago. LnS
make meagre profits out of could st e Loeted to be wiser
this b einess of insuring the that l his four years as
lHttleo non fellow, the dpcs- wide.-was never so
payer who counts on his lead- wee I shares tad 5 ll
en to get his wife and chil- cor:er b CaSpltoL a L
dren a square shake if he runs them. ih eyes...F
a fever o keels over. Bu: tile aelsl' -~ ~"rJl. "f
mobs doe't want this kind 1f Lnso -e N
mateatm ltalatod. gon sells "
Tb don't want the union W S m iader ap med down
PoP t know that there are a
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FollowaIg tM1fit el service
at St. Peter's Chuach, Boet
ThuWday -Aight t hM bs hi t.
Hererbrt L. Moor will be hWnr-
ed with a tIception in the par-
lah hall.
The Parieh Welfare Council
Is sponsoring the reception with
the support of the Woman's
Auxiliary. It will be featured by
a ihort program.
Members and friends of the
pariah are invited to both the
service and the reception. Sev-
eral clergymen serving in the
diocese wil attend as special
guests.
The Van Lemuel B. Bhirley,
archdeacon of Panama and
rector of St. Paul's church, will
deliver the sermon for the
service, to be conducted by
Father John 8. McDuffle. Two
anthems, "O Magnify the Lord"
(Alfred Wooler) and Boris
Levenson's "The Lord is Thy
Keeper," will be rendered by the
choir.
A candidate for holy orders,
Moore Is resigning several posl-
tloit In St. Peter's church to
leave on Sept. 16 for Bexley
Hall seminary at Gambler, Ohio,
where ho will study for the
priesthood.


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In Carbban
MOREHEAD CITY, N. C., Sept.
9' (UP) A convqy carrying
6,000 Marines sailed today for
I -Marine Cotp .amphibious
a ein xerclaes hi the Carib-
bean.
The eopvoy which left here
uNder war-like security prcapu-
tIhn will join a force of 1,500
Maoes which departed earlier
1to up.L raining facilities on
thb tinymland of Vieques off

fwttftiU ng personnel In the
opretf d were selected from
nther id and ground units of
the qoIet Marine Force Atlantic.
Bmekbbob Of the outfit is the
8th Marine Infantry regiment
of tat 2d Marine Division
band. lt Camp Lejenue, N. C.
The ehnient Is reinforced .by
other diTision and force trop.
Air support for the operation
will be prtded by units of the
nd sad f Marine Air Wings,
based a~ts erry Point, N. C., and
Miami.
Col.. SaM al a Jpas, recent-
ly retained from KoEa and
dated for prometlao to briga-
4ter neWra, t in eonmuand of
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NEA Staff Correspondent I and Mary McCarty are the prin-
icipals before the camera in an-
-HOLLYWOOD INEAl Mo- *.iier shipboard scene this
ves without popcorn. Giant time for RKO's first musical
.ats are pitted against such tailored to Jane's singing talents.
[I11 mortals as Charleton Hes- **French Line "
:n and Eleanor Parker over at Extras and bit players stroll
Paramount in George Pal's along the deck on order from
-4aked Jungle" and I watch the,Director Lloyd Bacon. Between
'osters emote under Byron Has- takes. Gilbert Roland walks past
kin.' direction in a harrowing the camera to huddle with Pro-
icene just before a fresh on- ducer Edmund Grainger. He
slaught of the insects. points to Barry Norton. a former
On the sidelines near me are star in the 1920's now playing a .V
two dolls from local TV shows, bit role. and says
[Jorothy Gardlner and Joan' "Give Barry as much work as
Gardner. When Eleanor finishes you can, please, amigo. He needs,
tier hysterics for the camera, she, it. I was an extra on his pictures
walks over to the TV visitors and'% hen he was a big star, consid-,
asks for their autographs, ex-lered the handsomest man in i -
plaining that her kiddies never Hollytood. It's a matter of sen- BY MORE THAN A NECK--Jughe
4iss their program timent with me that he should in Columbus, 0., winning a meatc r
That's Hollywood, 1953. for get as many day's work as you. six lengths. Five of the huge birds
ir--wben a big movie queen ican give him." the Clark County Fair in the
two minor television ac-
r _oh-000- RUTH MILETT Says...
Black-haired Vera Ralston and."
red-haired Joan Leslie. sur- -
rounded by John Russell. Pat O'- Quote from a magazine ar-'
Brlen and Forrest Tucker, are tic't by Marcelene Cox: "Har-
working in a crowded Mexican mony between mother-in law
barroom scene at Republic in and daughter-in-law may be
the movie version of Owenn gaged by the number of recipes'
aristow's best-seller. "Jubilee r ach uses from the other's
Trail." Aies."
Director Joseph Kane calls for lThat Is one way of telling
silence and the camera turns. 'f mother-in-law and daughter-
Out of camera range, a painter lr. law are really friendly, but
Is repairing the barrom sign "La I believe there are othei ways
Fonda." I learn that some play- this friendship can be gaged.,
ful extra added a name to the Here as some of mine: .
sign and that without the word the two can speak of each --'
being painted out. the barroomlmanner without adding a be-
would be identified as "La Henry iltt!ing phrase. Remarks such
Fonda." as- "Jennie is a dear sweet
-oOo- girl. but..." or 'Mother Green .
CRAZY. MAN. CRAZY is a remarkable woman, but..."
Guy Madison. filmdom's' gift a.r examples of what I mean.
to TV. and television's gilt right Th are give-aways of jealousy.
back to the movie industry. on It lother-in-law can pinch-
demand from Hollywood. is at hit as baby sitter without com-
work at the Warner Bros. ranch nlaint fro. either side. Some-
in a follow-up sagepbrush thril-,_-mes aughter-in-law tells her
ler to his smash -D picture, Gfrie ow mother In law SOMETHING IN COMMON-Joan
"Charge at Feat-r River." spoils the bh ien, and moth- yer-oldd tblplets trom Fitchburg*
On signal froa.DBirector David er-in-law ll .her friends how good l14a.to vist the one-week old A
Butler. standing under theshade tmneh better t- ai ldren mind Hospital, ia Onbridge. Mass. Thp
of a giant umbrella with the her. All sjtti the two don't Bernice and rancis. Among the gl
camera crew, uy, flanked by get along as we~n a* the.' houl i triplets wad their os
James Whitmore' and Harvey If both are gw efn s with I
Lembeck. ride lickety-split downhei praise ii re. of the -~7 "'"'
from the hills, followed bya mob ale memberI d.l the. "aml4. o'f 1
of whooping Indjvtus. .l Huban" and s n e ;. ft.
The redskins scream. 'Crazy. bear the b Iunt o
man. crazy mal" arrd "dft the be hi
war paint" as they thunder pastlt en his mother and
the c omera onttheir horses. hey take
"The Vine-Street branch h l If they te Ovsiu i e
the Sioux tribe. you kneow,"in each other's ci or m lt.
winks Director Butler. d.ments, the way a turmlt
-oOo- 'd.tghter do naturetlty.
Tr-i e Lupmno r-on the director's 1 they can be frank with
aide of th crc:a at Repbl each other so that ealo feels

Edmond O'rin TheyGwon't f e Wy are
Gwen n through a.of ea a.,chp. knoThen
"The Bigamist" for don't wi known
dependent i compalWy b er here they bought this or how
ex-husbard Young. much they paid for that.
qhe's wearing a floweredskirt.l In just such small ways as
wnie ballet shoes, a white blouse th'se does the true relationship
and a red ribbon in her hair. b-tween a mother-in-law ani
Every now and then. Ida ad- daughter-in-law come to light.
dresses a burly crew member as
",1P"-ky" or "Dearie."
When Ida is ready to go for a Accidental Meeting
tak-. she calls out to her stars!
with the crispness of a Noel' YAKIMA Wash. VUP, Joe
Coward heroine: Gcodykoon:z of Coyd Wyo.,
"Tempo. now darlings. Then hadn't z.*,n his nephew here
we can all finish the scenes andlfor 17 years. so he set out to
dash over to Errol Flynn's" find hlimi. As he was looking, his NO PERFORMANCE TONIGHT-
house!" cnr forced another off the rctad another show is given in this the
-o0o-- and against a telephone pole. Zakinthos. Ripped by a series of
"GIVE HIM WORK" IThe nephew Leslie Goodvkoontz, than a thousand hves throughout 4
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for appt. I, leOan u aso of .te f the Jewish faith
most extra t atl ever hl N the world will usher
attempted .fdale. ef In tbe e Year 3714 at sundown
worn .. today.
A Raaado lbo and Bb Nathan Witkln, auxilla-
hIt P -e orChmetra, the ry chaplain, U.S. Army Carib-
dance is adWduled to be held at bean and Caribbean Air Com-
-the WEIs b. en upper Centrl mand ad director of the USO-
AreanuI, -ltU e at 8:30 pm, JWB Armed FPrcs Serlvice Cen-
A peial dfaor *wll be made a- ter In Balboa, wUl conduct the
allable throughout the nlght'by High Holy Days services at the
the masagament 9f the club. chapel of the U8O-JWB Center.
Guests attending the dance Arrangementa har been made
will be epeted to wear polle- for military personnel and their
ras. moittine and other cos- families stationed on both sides
tumes. This, however, will not of the Isthmus, as well as for cl-
be obligatory. Prizes will be a- vllians, to attend religious serv-
warded for the best female cos- ices for Rosh Hashonab, the
tume and to groups with the Jewish New Year and Yorm Nip-
most original costumes and pur. the Day of Atonement. -
styles. Headqua r t e r s USARCARIB,
A setof typical Panamanian CAirC and the 15th Naval Dis-
tunes to be played during the trict have issued special mem-
dance will Include a new com- oranda for the observance of the
position by the club's composer. High Holy days. The schedule
Alano WUillama. for services is as follows:
-L-- Rosh Bashonah today at
Deporttion Order 7:30 p.m.: tomorrow at 9 a.m.
Ae raion Order and 7:30 p.m.: Friday. at 9 a.m.
oint Rocketeer o ppr: Friday. Sept. 181
oinst Racketeer at :3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19
Of Mia i Up d at 9 a.m. continuing all day.
Of Miami Upheld i
WAINiGTON, pB I (UP) based on charges that he has
- T0e Board of Imigration been convicted of crimes in-
Appeas today upheld deporta- evolving moral turpitude and I
lion rd rs against Miami that while returning to the'
r"ckuteer Harry O. Valer. continental United States in
The deportation order against March 1951 from Puerto Rico he
the RoManian-born voler was falsely claried U. B. citizenship


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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our office i t No. 57 "'H" Stti~~L Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


LEWIS SERVICES
No. 4 rivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291 an'

MORRISON'S
Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


"NOVEDADES ATHIS"
Via Espai~ No 34 -- Panami P.
(Bella Vista TheMOr Ia.) .

Agencia Internacional de Publiccaderes
No 3 Lottery Plaza phone 2-81 M


CARLTOF IP STORE
10.059 Mel6-a-hPbone 85. Col6n

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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
FOR SALE: Bamboo Settee, new FOR SALE: 1946 Mercury Club
innerspring cushions $60 00, Ccupe $550 Phone Curundu 3168'
Bamboo Lounge Chair, new ro;l after 5 pm.
cushions. $40 00, Westinghouse TRADE Bu.ck 48 Roodmaster. for
Refrigerator. $65 00; Kitchen Pick-up in good condition. Phone
Work Table, $2.50; Silvertone 3-2719
Console Radio, $40 00; Twin Me-
tal Bed Frames. $2 50; Venetian FOR SALE:-1940 Back, good con-
Blinds, $10.00 each: Lawn Table dition. new clutch, new paint
$5.00; Homemade Bar, $1500. 0429-K. Ancon. Phone 2-3656.
-Toolroom Workbench. $1000; FOR SALE.-1950 De Solo 4 Door
Electric Motor, $1000. Piano and radio, seal covers. All in excellent
60 cycle fan. Telephone Balboa condition Tel. Curundu 7187.
3433. House 0855-B. Oleander
Place IoSaoa Claus Lane. Balboa. FOR SALE. 1951 Mercury. Iow
a mileage. extras. $1,3CO 00. Cris-
tobal 3-1339.
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FORUK SAL --Colo poi c -ub .i c.
refrigeroto:. 60 cycle w.th 35 lb.
freezing unit and 3 1-2 years
guarantee S2.25 .als.o apartment


size Kenmore lour burner gas
stove with oven and broiler, both
in excellent condition. $55 Phone
Panoma 2-5236 ofter 6.30 p m.
FOR SALE Din.ngroom set, one
cresser. bargain. Call Sgt. Peyton
Curundu -1211, from 8 a. m. to 4
p. m
FOR SALE-1953 Estate four burner
gas stove with broiler and oven
with glai window and light. Also
Slight.' clock and timer on cooking;
surface. Barely used. Cost new
$349.50 will sell for $22500
coah. Phone Cristobal 2979 after
6:00 p. m
FOR SALE:---os cooking range, 1I
burners, 2 ovens, good working
condition. Call British Legation 2-
0912.
FOR SALE:-AII porcelain Frigidaire
9 cu. ft. 25 cycle, electric motors.
excellent condition. 25 cycle 110-
220 V rep-ind. 1 HP and -2
H P 867 Morgan Avenue. Balboa.


MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS J
D vw Ieve a* se4.kira eIIMwI WILLIAMS' Santo Claroa hs Coat-
Wrel AleekeHl A Ltmmpe. eew tages. Large coormtorlii, Ipt -
2011 Amm C. 2 near beach. Balboa SUO 1tpt I
weekends. 1
DR. WENDEHAKE, Medical Clinic. Gr.i.s I:
Central Avenue "K" St. corner Gramlich Santa Clalu
Telephone 2-3479, Panama. taoge Electlrc iL
Telphne ... .- I moderate rates. il
To MIAMI & NEW YORK via iAEEA Gamboa; 4.567, Ptldilf M.


Boeing 4-engine planes. 0,G-woy
to Miami; $70.00 Round a Trip
$126.00. One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.
ARMED FORCES EMPLOYES
rU. S. Citizensl
Don't forget to attend
Meeting at 7:30 tonight,
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FOR SALE.-1942 Chevrolet pick-up Members. bring a Friend!
truck. 867 Morgan Avenue, Bal- Local 595, National Federation
boa of Federal Employes.
FOR SALE 1952 Morris Minor
convertible. Perfect condition Low FO SALE
mileage. $950. Call Curundu, 31 15 FO AL
evenings.
FOR SALE--1950 Ford P.ck-up Miscellaneous
dult po,, good tires, body in A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS
very good condition, and runs very ISLANDS. SEPTtIMIER 18. 19, 20
good. This is hot a sunk. $900.- The trip of our life. A Jungle Jim
00. 1947 Ford in good condition Jaunt thru the Panama Canol to Co-
Clean inslae and out. Excellent Ion San Blas and Porto Bell! A three
body and paint House 2044-B day trip aboard th Hotel El Panama's
Curundu. TeL 83 6161. Pescodora. Leave BOlboo Friday 6 a.
FOR SALE.-1952 Plymouth Station m., arrive Colon 2:30 p.m.. leave
Wagon. Metallic Etue. Overdrive. Colon 9:30 p. m. for Son Blas and
Duty Paid. Phone Ft. Kobbe 5234 Porto Belic. returning Colon Sunday
afternoon. Through the Canal Mcn-
WANT dcy 6 m. returning to Balboa.
,W AN ED Meals catered by El Panama. Bring
Nfll|ssaneoilI silcks, shorts, bathing suit, jacket.
Sflihpprs and spears for underwater
WANA-ED-Refrigerator, 60 cycle. fishing, and your camera and rolls
good condition. Telephone Curun- of color film. Please make reserva-
du, 7297. tons early through your Travel
Ager.t. or Jungle Jim Price at Pan-
WANTED.-Used double bed -srng ma 3-1660. Special price for groups
and mattress. Good conditid. Tel- of 10 to 16 people.
phone Balboa 2870.


FOR SALE -Twm beds with springs WANItU: -- I toot row boar tar
$2000 each. Beauty Rest inner- outboard motor. Will pay up to
soling rrotresses $25.00 each. $50.00. Call Tel. 25-3311.
Nght tob $10. Chest of draw- W nte Positio
ers $20 Chest of drawers and W ntd it n
mrn'ior $3C. Ivory color. San Fron-
cilco. 9th. Street No. 24, Tel. 3.- Position as laundress or general
,--41 83 Ihouseworker for small family


PhHIips. Oceanside
Clara. Box 435.
Panama 3-1877. Cr
Houses on beach, Sant f Alt h
In COOL CampMor rM
Phbne SHRAPNIL, h brtf 1389
ore IM carrloker ortIm ,'.f
ostcr's Cottages. c >i | post
Santa Clara. Plea.1 your
linens. Phone Ba. _

FOR RNT

FOR RENT: tuCrnishec
residence in L L.l -for tour
months. Three PiflMM, t w o
bathrooms, liv l tingroom,
porch and servrs. $275.
00 a month. T 79, 7:30
to 9:30 a. m. n to 3 p.
m.
FOR RENT:-In Iljatlol sector. 2
bedroom cl throonms, liv-
Ing-dinin rei." lhien, maid's
Room w b basement.
Seml-furniis~ monthly. Un-
furnished $17' phone 2-0891
from 7:00 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
and 3-1496 frqm 4 p. m. to 7 p.m.

FOR RENT


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FOR SALE:-9 % aluminum venetian j
blnd'. ivory, 51 x 60, $95.00.
2529-C, Cccoli. after 4-00.
FOR SALE--Bass Drum, Small drum
& traps $75 00. Canvas folding j
cot and mattress $8.00 C. P. Har-
rison, 6th St. Caco Solito.


FOR SALE -Sl kicn table, $ sought by mature reliable West Sealed bids. in triplicate. will be re-
00. 25 ccle rerlgerator unt. $15. Indian woman who has good recent ceived in the office of the Engi- E -
00, Crs cycle Shlgerator retr .r, references. A former employer neering ana C instruction Director, n
0 cycle 1y Shevdor00. Phone Pian-tor wii take messages for her at Panama Canal Company, Balboa N N 1 T-
60 cycle 100. Phne Poanama 2-3907, or write P. L. Heights, Canl Zone; until 10:00
,ama 3-2192 Box 134, Panama. a..m, October 21.7 193. and then POR
...." SALE I publicly opened, for furnishin oalf .
FDR SALE -Household goods cn- FOR SALE plant, tools, equipment, labor, ki s
s.sling oi Bendix upright portable services, and materials, (except .1
wua:her, Westinghouse refrigerator. Real Estate certain Panama Canal Company oa --S
Dresser. chest drowesr. metal din- furnished materials listed in the FOR fuilhd
ing tables. porcelain up table 7.FOR SALE--AbsolUely choicest lot specificationsj, and for perform- geent, a t? refrlOrast.
t hoirs. wicker aimd rockers., in Los Cumbres 2500 M2 $1.80 ing all work for construction of i Vist
l ao ,ncc d icllavu. sawdl s, M2. Phone C stobal 2979 after pavements, utilities, houses and t
.4 [work ben. dCesks, ir~dA C ay- 6 p. m. appurtenances at Diablo Heights.
li. t screen. 0528-A. Guocan. FOR SALE:-Chalet in San Francis- C. Z. Forms of proposals, speci- Fg
IAnconn 2-.341. co. 2 bedrooms. $13,000. terms. fications. and full particulars may Op t Via Bellso-
Agencras Thomas. Central Avenue be obtained from the office of the rio
R SALE--Westhose1069 Contract and Inspecon Division

.frshio nsl and covers. D. n ingro fcoations and drawings will be is-
to pable, sixhairsMset Deposit will be forfeited if


car. All very cheap. Cn be seen Two robbery suspectseons and police for $4503 Cl Balboa 2654 heatd
buffet set 56C. M tiina. beds ought a running gunfl notd- returned wl lhrin 4h0 calendar f
mattress. Three way floor lampw 'da oysoafter opening of bids.
tire and tube. New 1936 Chevrolet rh hLn vol ene FOR SALE Revere Ranger 1.9

enough use0 parts to build another NEW YORK ept. g iUPi five months old. perfect conditonn HirL e D0ly, the i.abaolL
car. All very cheap. Can be seen Two robbery suspects and police far $45 o0 Chl Balboa 2654. io.or o n tl.t d _,
House 5619-C, ablo. Betweenis ought runner exchanged dung eht dur- tMuheb llae[Nand _oWr
cuand 8 p. m. Phone 2-4430. ing a wild automobile chaser L FO- ed, we no sterl1 .iS


room. Separate show c at bc. trance to the tunnel and heathded 8-8539 i- 1
FOR SALE:-Sectional sofa, 2 chirs l rog n T el beneath FOR ew York City eit. fter
comer table $150.00. Dressmakers ]th Hudson River today. an hzM '
form 15.00. Folding stroller, $10. The gunmen were Ientified Boats & M If
00, Balboa 2-6351 Inured wh en n their car careene360 90th tr Of Con al Ia along It
Io if nto a tunnel wall. FOR SALE.---or launch. 33 H P I s aned preas t,
Phone S 1294 t oit Polle said more than 40 shot suitable for fishing or racing. sp afohu
FOR SALE:- One utsixfu modee wnistic wer exc. They wee during an autohe b t a
curved bar, solid mahogany. sor w n gunfight as the desperadoesFOR SALE -r c r, outboard m ator pC c t In'the
feet long, glass top, large. torel P ped into the New Jersey aen- bt t PhonA Ft uck in thevl l
room. Separate show case at back trance to the tunnel and headed e -8539 t aft
hiding glass doors, with three large toward the New York City exit.h An -
tilrrors. 4 stools, upholstered back The gunmen were identified t uiau in a
'nd at. See it to appreciate it. as John Metcatlfe, 360 90th St. Mother Of Canal th t a
Alsoilarge variety of potted plants. NW, Mami, awa. and Peter ad has to rn t
Phon 3-1294 fr oin mon, believed to be a New York-Pilot Dies At 7w9; h
SALE:-One six piece wick er. They were driving an auto- eI n
mt, ahlo modern tvTo door ward-mobile with the same llcense w ton held I.
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S3-2334. scene o fan unsuccessful holdup The t Bu~a id Uim
S SALE: Two iron beds withearlier today at South Orange,l V0-. Lilian Rose Ansel Far- so th t the stor may-
A attresses. Phone 3-2934 Pan- N.J. rml of Diablo Heights, died ear- downt i Uer Indaktlonu
amra. An officer collecting tolls at Y thiS maorningat the age of 79. ly the d w s are building:.
the tunnel entrance noted U"I power.,
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S Arresting Figure tur off the Infst;~1 115'745s ago from her home The b o wa
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30NIW YORK Sept. 9 UP) Simon ftired at tunnel polio1&o 1made her home with her and all nt
L ilbln Johns urn tried to block their automobU8 I, *. Webster O. Farrell, eats6 J1 snd sea in
OMN I& of state pnoliceu. epmnto- .....0. pilot. In addition vlcljnt were warned to be
p o at polie to-. onald achmmds r t he Is surviveddb V=
.i that more than l'L 111 0 1 b o ''J ephlne Murphy, wh ii'J "pping
a day weeo dr dA',es ea o ,_ Im m I s e ibin a big semli
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f.rep people from killing = a i. rllal moi t
ly ehoeo thebu Chane.
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11II.WAl KEE. Sept. 9 (UP) The Milwaukee
Braves. refusing to give up in the National League
race broke a tie bIy scoring an unearned run in the
ninth inning to edge the Philadelphia Phillies. 3-2,
yesterdun.


NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS W L
Brooklyn 94 42
Milwaukee 84 55
St. Louis 75 61
Philadelphia 75 63
New York 64 74
Cincinnati 59 79
Chicago 556 2
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Jluiiinr Antonelli bested John- Lindell had trouble with his TODAY'S GAMES
nv Lindell. vhuo as maKinh his controll. giving up seven walks Phila. at Milwaukee (N)
first stall since being so'/ b) including three to Bruton. An- Brboklyn at Cincinnati tN
Piltsbuipll in a pitchers' duel. Itonelli displayed a good curve New York at St. Louis (N) By i
MillauKe scored the winning and fast ball, particularly in the Pittsburgh at Chicago
run In the imal inning hien Bill early innings as he struck out 10 The profession
Bruton led olf by striking out Phl'.delohia batters. YESTERDAY'S IRESULTS mluSaoen of Pan
but the ball gut a'ta% flron Phillies' catcher Smokey Night Game held an importal
catcher Stan Lopata Bluton Burgess ,as elected from the Phila. 000 002 000-2 7 2 uald eventna
scampered al. the a.' to .i.conl game in the eighth inning by Milwaukee 200 000 001-3 7 0 gqp In Colon
base before Lopata could recover umpire Len Roberts when he Lindell (5-17) and Burgess, wdApresilded by
It. It was scored as a strikeout protested too vigorously after Lopata. Antonelli (12-10) and Pres~dent of the
for Lindell and a two-baie erlor being called out on strikes. Crandall. S10i..
for Lopata Johnny Logan sa- Mlanager Steve O'Nell also was Immediately
crificed Bruton to third and he banished when he joined In Only game scheduled, opening remarks
reo'-ed on a fielder's cholre when the protest. man, commlsuin o
Andy Pafko hit a bouncing ball The Braies' victory cut first-' AMERICAN LEAGUE rreglosa annio
.to the infield. place Brooklyn's lead to 1212 TEAMS W L PaF tlon of the PBs
Granny Hamner of the Phils games New York 9 -44 .I to bring the
hit a two-run homer in the No other major-league games Cleveld 55N .L oBl Aibo rB
sixth to tie the score at '.-2 were played yesterday., Chicago s o s sJ life waswo
after the Braves took an early Boston 76 63 .547 our own Pa
-0 lead. Washington 69 68 iMreglosa; n c
H Detrt S 6 ied | U9
._The Braes tallied tire in the.De.mt 65 U .. red thM Iln
.'1ening inning on a walk lo Philadelphia 52 6 .37 st in. this
Al Eon. Logan's trloie and Ed st. Lou"s 41 91 J345 MlguerA
thea'1s fl1 ball to left of th' 'DistriCt
TODAYS GAMES mads the trip
Chicago at New-York (N) Parnma C
Cuba Noses Out Cleveland at 1i ton IN, preei
"aU. Out Detroit at Phfadelphla IT-N) dsr ld 4dpn
St. Louis at Washington (T-N) kown his ih
U.S. In Snipe YESTERDAY RESULTS this affair.
Open Date..RD. HeRESU
Class Sail Race t e De
Along The Fairwoys .Ih
'.MONACO. Monte Carlo. Sept' t The Fai s
g9 .UP, Cuba nosed out the lt
United 'States today by eight Golfing Gossip fom the Ladies gtO
seconds in the third race of the of the Ft. Amador Golf Club rfid
World Snipe Class Championship Qualifying for the Club Cham- and the S ai
cptrst, but failed to take the: plonahip Tournament at Amador ....
overalll lead from Portugal. was the big doing for the ladlels
The Cuban team in Marisu II last week. This week will find
:Co.creed the course in one hour them practicing and playing,
'13 ilnute.s and 12 seconds. '; perhaps, for the matches that
Other placings: will start to be played Sept. 14.
*2 -United States "Match Play Against Par" was
S3.-Argentina the tournament event for last ..
S4 -France week's Ladies Day winners were: .
S5 -Portugal FIRST FLIGHT
6 .-Denmark -' Lou Grohs, 2 down; Ellen
7.-Spain Kenna, 3 down..
Overall standings SECOND FLIGHT
Points Barbara Clark, one down: He- W
1-Portuaal 4.338 len Miller, 7 down; Allne Wood, i
: 2.-Cuba 4 89 BONUS BABY Reno Peter 8 down.
., 3.-Argentina 4 138 Bertoja. 18-year-old infielder of Sept 20 Is the date of the
4-United States 3 74 Windsor. Ont, was paid 520.000 monthly mixed tournament. It
i. 5.-Sweden 3689 for signing with the Detroit promises to be an amusing
'. V -France 3.518 Tigers. tNEA) round of golf because the com.- doB
_-, mittee is completely readying the
golf course for a "Cross Coun- T. -A
'Mrtelnn Rosen A I.IM il %IonnoI try"-event. A buffet-dinner ane Tr
,, rtstop Reese Is Glad Stengel tr"event. A buet-dinnerawait n
O Sl1 MEII W C ~awarding of prizes will await Pepsc
everyone at the 19th hole. En- Kellot'
tries (50 cents per player) and C. 8
l7tdinner reservation 1$1.25l ncer '
hased Rizzuto Out Of Brooklyn dinnr r a-oer il5l uen
nersoni can be made bv calling On il s
., 82-5231 prior to noon Sept. 17. Tropidufl te
-- o A "Poker Hand" event has rise to ame
B HARRY GRAYSON been planned for Ladies Day points
EBy HAR t GRASON Lthis week. Come on out to the ter
NEA Sports Lditor golf course and have fun to- blind, P
NEW YOI K. Seit 9 -- Honus morrow-those household chores better IB
,.EWr, leK. May marionu, Lou1 can wait, gals. Starting time Is A felli ,
B(,.Areau. 'nil Riz.ito and Pe, y 8:30 e.m. Amador Golf Club. See
1. e Reese are tne names you you there.


hiar menLned nost common- *
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QA:..ly -Obli;p' opK
tians W,',ner was a stocky,
at.ua-'e-rig-ed, powe,'ul Dutch-
mnin. Marine was so tall and, -
tnUn it looked as though he '. ";
nere play.:-, on stilts. Boudreau Phil Riszuto ee Wee Reese
and Rees" might oe called
average In : ze. You have to look
twic.. to spot Little Scooter Riz- 'The speed with which he
zULO in a c.owd. gets rid oi tie Dall alter going
In the Dodgers' dressing room, net p into tile nole. and play
It was remarked that Rizzuto that must oe hurried, or a
Was the g.-fatest rince Wagner. double pla3 is downright amaz-
'I'll buy that," a guy said, Ing."
rising from the rubbing table.' -oOo-
The room tell in hushed silence Reese ca...? out of the Amer-
because th: was Reese talking,"ican Assoniation In 1940, the
nao as Ro"' Canpanella said home-grown Rizzuto out of the
later, "I haven't seen to much same wheel a year later. so their
of Rizzuto. Lut It's hard to think careers ar., closely parallel.
how anyone could be better They are tle oldest members of
Tlan Pee Wee." Itheir celebrated sides in point
. "If anyone were to ask me of active service. synonymous
rLy I pl:ked Rizzuto as the!with the standout and peren-
daddy of tnem all" explained nial New York rivals.
Captain Rnese, "I'd say, 'Look "1 don't know what it would
at the records.' Ibe like playing against any
"Rizzuto is going into his other shortstop in a World 8e-
'blght World Series In 13 seasons ries." grinned Reese. "It will be
and he took out tnree years for:a privilege to have another go
allitarv se vlce. That's p r for at Phil this fall.
the course and then some and
))o other player contributed "I gottr laugh every time I
more. if as much, to putting the hear that story about how
rankees there. Casey Stangel chased Rizzuto
S"This wi" be my filth World our of Ebbets Field in 1937, told
series s and Rizzuto has opposed him to go home because he uas
hte In all o. them He howss me too small
something new every time."' "Whcn 3tengel took over the
. --oOo-- Yankees 11 year later. Rizzuto
Reese stressed .hat in Iddl- asked him 'Remember me?'
on to his wizardry In the field "I sure do.' Casev said. 'I
inzuto is one of the tougher certainly i:ed you pegged
fe!'ows to set out. The wee Ita- wrong' "
has bee na. high as 324. 'I'm glaa now that you did,'
tapabie of swaittng the mt;l Phil said.
. While Rizzuto It thorou;hlyi "And so am I." concluded
capable of swatting the ball Ree,?.
1tr confide'able distance, he sla "Phil Rizzuto would still be
aJso the game's most acoamp- In Brooklyn had it not been for
*lfhed bunter. Casey Stengel"
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"The othei night on television !A point here is that the great-
Ualnst th.? White Sox in Chi- est of the modern day short-
eago. I sa-1 Phil take a bunt stops were rejects.
tivot and i.unch the ball down Reese was Red Box property
the right ileld f-jul line ast, when sold by Louisville to the
he charging Ferris Fain and Brooks for S50,000.
mo score two big runs," Reese ee Croln, then the short-
tcalled. 'It ws one of the stopOping manager of the Bosox,
SAeatest maneuvers an cross- said he did not believe Reese
Cps I've ever seen, perhaps would ever be an American
dhathed the Yankees' fifth League htler.
a gtnht pennant. Tom Yaker hardly needed
:.RtZzuto makes plays. thm Ithe rone!te a Pee Wee Reese
.!e !$S t siP: 1 tWual at mlht wlM ltave been the dif-
mu .a* sk ae .at ren .ab Mie hOh the years
b bs aft*r j It 'uk a. rk.


BIG SQUAD
BAN FRANCISCO (NEA' -
Hal Miller. former Georgia Tech
All-America, is the second light-
est tackle on the San Francisco
49ers at six-foot-four and 230
pounds.
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SAN DIEGO, Calif., IUP) bers,
Rookie Patrolman James H. the to
Hilton ran #2 blocks after B six- for ft
foot, 186-pound physical culture would
and health food advocate want- ing p
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and assault, then wrestled him The cl
into handcuffs. The rookie went fossil
to a hospital suffering from Ing as
exhaustion.


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the quarfin rounds with a
The. round robin play means
each player must play the other
seven oppaoens n her flight.
This wil be accomplished by
pairing the girls nto foursomes
during the lt as nd, and 3rd
weeks thereby allowing each girl
to play 2 matches with the one
ball during each week. The 7th
opponent will be played on the
final Sunday, October 11.
All girls are reminded parings
will be foursomes and all pair-
ings are now posted on the club
bulletin board. If the four-
somes cannot come to an agree-
m dnt of a playing date during
the week the match must then
be played on Sunday of that
week.
Flights are announced as fol-
lows:
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WASHINGTON. Sept. 9 (UPj
- A House subcommittee an-
nounced yesterday it will publish
all secret testunony on Warren
L. Stephenson. prominent Wash-
ington Republican, to show busi-
nessmen that the capital is "not
a good climate for Influence ped-
dlers."
The subcommittee has receiv-
ed testimony that Stephenson.
executive secretary of President
Elsenhower's Inaueural commit-
tee. offered to help a California
S manufacturer Century Indus-
tries. Inc sell the government
launchers for the Navv's "Mighty


Mouse" rockets.
Stephenson demanded a 4
per cent fee, according to the I
testimony.
Chairmonn William E Hess iR-


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BONN. Sept. 9 (UP) Chan- T Chancellor eto months ao chan reirma- Do
cellor Konrad Adenauer and his p Rl_.ahead fast Imenth was harcon onal.:
advisers today planned a longR bnt and ralsinr- But Adenauer's coalition pls
term pressure campaign to lb- diviaons for an two other parties committee
erate 18 million East Germans y.But by Eu- the army now have more tBan
f r o m Communism without p arm had the two-thirds vote in the Bun- i 1
force. =n I t, ddesta(lower house) nCecearyi


O.0 said hi Fouse armed serv-l Officials made it clear that
ices subcommittee will puhlish Adenauer. swept to firm lead-
all closed-door testimony by Ste- ership of West Germany for
phenson and other businessman the next four years in Sun-
os soon as it 1I nrpnarPd hv the day's election, had no thought
~r prnment Printin n Office. of an Allied army marching on
R-n. Porter W. aT-rd, C(D-Va ) the Soviet zone.
jwir,-fri or nRnblican *five ner- "The liberation of the 18 mil-
emCor" rharoes ao-inOt Tem-
cr>ts in It "eqr''q eleP tions.I
bA rempried lhat the snhrl '- Paralso Clubhouse
ittpo make public "all the
facts." f W I


1pe Raid the change In ad-
Inpli*r+ntifnm arneareri t have
broueht onl ",cut-rate" in-
fluence peddlers.
: Pteobenson 1i said to have told
the suhcommitep that he re-
i.ves about S20 000 to $24.000 a
M an a manufacturer's repre-
tpntetive
SInformed sources said he waq
S iestioned about his 4 ner cent
offer to Century Industries. The
coTnnanv rejected the offer.
S The subcommittee also receiv-
e" renorte that Stephenson oh-
tplneri Informitlon on competi-
tive bids for Navy contrNrts But
Informed sources said Steohen-
son hs Pnncpded he was "puff-
Inr" about his activities.
i'ho testimony ,showed ,tP-
S."-nson said he obtained bid
prl--' ,f comnetltors from an
a1"'nt'9r' "''no runrs an infor-
n "*'on service here for business-
run
The Nav said this Informa-
tion was supposed to be secret
at the time. since purchase of
the launebers was being nero-
tieatd rather than awarded
solely on a low-bid basis.
The Navy is investigating the
lepk with the help of the FBI.
There is nothing illegal about
meekine a fee for obtalnlne gov-
ernment contracts, but Coneress
has frowned on the practice.

Two PC Directors

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Two directors of the Panama
Canal Company and a special
consultant the Secretary of
the Army will spend the week-
end of Sept. 11-14 in the Canal
Zone making a preliminary re-
view of various budgetary mat-
ters which will be formally
presented later to the entire
Board.
Karl Bendetsen and Matthew
o0blnson. board members who
have previously visited the zone
on company matters, will arrive
Sept. 11 for the four-day meet-
ing. Bendetsen Is general con-
sultant to the Champion Paper
and FPber Co. of Houston. Tex.
Robinson is vice-president of the
qtroeder-Rockefeller Ban king
Corp. of New York City.
A newcomer to the Canal
Zone. Edward A. Bacon, nor a
special consultant to the Secre-
y of the Army. has recently
a director of Cutler-Ham-
mer. Inc. of Milwaukee, Wis.
]p is a graduate of Harvard. and
has had wide exDerience in
many business and corporate
fields in the past 30 years.
The visitors will meet with the
Canal company and government
top management in making a
routine. but intensive, review of
company and eoverrunent ope-
rAtions and capital programs for
the ppst and current fiscal years,
and the budget program for fls-
dal year 1955. The results of the
review will be reported to and
daeusaed in further detail at the
albt meeting of the company's
trd of directors later this
i thin Wahington, D. C.
Wte visitors will stay at the
A Panama Hotel while on the
aThe Shot

: y The Short View


B ANGELES. Seot. 9 (UP)
ie American A"tr'"'tble As-
con today backed Christian
R efforts to up miladys
,i"n. e reason, the night
L .ntritP-"4 alerted by


Burglar beLs L-r.

Suspended Sentence
Because he had no previous
record a 26-year-old Panaman-
ian who faced a burglary charge
in the U.S. District Court at
Ancon was given a two-year
penitentiary sentence suspended
for a period of five years
In passing sentence on Rose-
man Alexander, Judge Guthrle
F. Crowe stated that the de-
fendant, who tried to break in-
to a safe at the Paraiso Club-
house, is to be given one year to
pay back a $159.93 deficit dis-
covered in clubhouse funds.
Alexander was employed as a
steward at the Red Tank Club,
house where he was responsible
for all the cash received. Accord-
ing to information revealed in
court, on Aug. 14 he found his
accounts were $159.93 short. He
went to his superior at Paralso
to report the shortage, but
changed his mind.


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a few month
MeanWhil
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center coall
statants said
complete wi
fore W leavi
the Black F


ADENAUER BEAMS Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer raises
his hand In a gesture of vic-
tory at Bonn. German, after
his pro Western Christian
Democratic Union party was
re-elected to power with a
sweeping landslide. Close ob-
servers feel this victory is a
resounding defeat of the So-
viet Union in the cold war.
lion people In the Soviet zone
from serfdom and slavery Is our
goal, and we shall achieve this
goal," he told a Bonn audience.
But It was a long term cam-
oalgn of slow pressure on the
Soviet and East Zone Commu-
nist governments that he had in
mind. officials suggested.
They said the Bonn adminis,
tration would step u Its propa-
ganda to te East none, and take
advantage of unrest there to stir
up continuous trouble for the
Communist government.
But Adenauer was said to
envisaKr Iluer~tlonm i .


Instead, according to the dis-achieved only after the West
achieved only after the West
trict attorney, he decided to ri- had built up its armed strength
fle the safe to make up the so the Russians would be pre-
shortage. Hiding himself in the pared to sit down and nego-
supply room after it was locked late a settlement of German
up for the night, Alexander tried unity.
to open the safe but was unsuc-
cessful. He was caught red- For the r esen t. informed
handed by the clubhouse man- soirces said. Adenauer probably
ager and two policemen, and will sit back for a few weeks to
apprehended later after he PeP what effect the election had.
jumped through a window in an **"-1'" nrlv nn Pr-r,,f.
attempt to flee. --- ---


The judge said Alexander was
entitled to some consideration e r
because it was his first offense
and did not take up the district
attorney's recommendation for a
three year sentence suspended
for five years. A against


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Honors Memory

Of Chief Justice
One minute's silence was ob-
served this morning in the U.S.
District Court at Ancon in mem-
ory of Chief Justice Fred M. Vin-
son who died suddenly yester-
day.
Di strict Judge Outhrle F.
Crowe opened the session today
by saving "We have a very sad
and disturbing occurrence to
note this morning in the death
of the great Chief Justice Vin-
son."
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard. in addressing the cuurt,
reniarked:
"I amn sure that all patriotic
Americans. especially members
of this profession, have been
saddened with the recent an-
nouncement of the sudden death
of Justice Vinson. a man who
efficrenilv and patriotically serv-
ed this nation in the executive,
legislative and ludicial branches
of the government a man who
achieved the pinnacle of legal
accomplishments when the Pres-
ident appointed him Chief Jus-
tice. I feel at this time that
those here should rise and ob-
serve a moment of silence."
In the name of the non-Amer-
tean members of the bar. Attor-
nev Woodrow de Castro said thU
"since the Supreme Court of the
United States is one of the bul-
warks of our freedom, we re-
suectfully ask that the minute
of the court show that the non-
Amerrian members of this ou
particippted in exressing ther
bgrets for the nasaing of Chjet
Justice VInson both as a
and a, a judge"
President Elsenhower's rder
that all flash on public and
ernment buildings be at
aast has not yet been M
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Id- Mnday to amend the constitution.
Wli6uld re- Reports from East Germ
mne and said the oviet hgh cem
ptct within sloner predlted a mse
hardemnng of RglaS.poluc
ward O.emany as a renil
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NEW ORLEANS, iept. 9 (UP) cost
- A 17-year-old Nw .Orleans c
Negro sought a prelim mary court
injunction today to prohibit the
Louisiana State Un ty board IDL
of supervisors from b N dent
groes from the u de ate ity
school "solely on the group of r
race and color." al,
The youth was A. P. Taread admi
Jr., son of a New Orleans Nero be
attorney, who was denied ad- h.
mission to the university's un- sa i
dergraduate school for "racial gU
reasons."
Ar eniett on the casre
heard afre Judge J. B elly
Wright In federal district court.
Wright indicated he may hand
down a ruling in the case this
week.
In his arguments. young Tur-
Paud said Southern University at
Baton Rouge, the nation's sec-
ond largest school for Negroes,
does not olfer the curriculum he
wants, but that 1U does.
However, Dr. Felton 0. Clark.
president Southern. testified
at a de#oi o hearing last week
that the luAs' Tureaud wants
ar available at the Negro uni-
versty.
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