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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01718
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May Tighten on hina In UN Delay In Korea,


NEW DELHI, India, Sept. 17
A t me (UP) India's Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru today accus-
I' ed the Uniled Nations of "sheer n*n W r
O bigotry" in refusing Red China
membership in the world or- ..
WASHINGTON. gept. 17 (UP) eliminate the necessity of having ganlation. --- *--
-The armed forome- are develp- thousands of men and women
Sa new automatic' type ofu- watch reens around the clock. He told parliament, at the UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Sept. 17 (UP) Soc.
dle radar which may yIfi. o ening of a sharp foreign-af- retary of State Jolmhn Foster Dulles said today the United
tl.onir defenses againt a Ir- Deti of the plan are as- fairs debate, that the United li. vua -l
riM atomic attack. It ws l ret. States and her Latin AmericanStates is"forced to doubt that the Communist side really
?td. aIe, "not intimately concern- wants to comply with the armistice" in Korea.
afoermants said thenew But a bigh Defense Depart- 4wHth the problem," flouted He warned the United Nations General Assembly
tern is much more accurate tuba meat official said the admlnns. tl- desires of most of Europa
the present viable r r ad tratkin has assigned top priority most of Asia by .deny that the Oct. 28 deadline for the start of the Korum
may lead to a omp ly aut to development of the new L a seat at the Koroan political conference "is rapidly approaching without GO
wath w dplan-detection apparatus. pe conerence.possibility of making the necessary time-consuming
It is an indication that the ad- "They had as much right not parations."
PB M al ministration will rely heavily on to want India as the others had
ggu~-.f n wHIF teeho-logical developments to to *ant her." Nehru said. "But "We are forced to doubt," does here, the U.S. will seek to
eet the pressing air defense the question we are considering Dulles said, "that the Comnim- avoid any word or deed which
- B R f problem no that Rn hae li s the Asian question. mist side really wants to comply might needlessly aggravate the
SD e i fhe'NH-4mb and has 9 an Aa is ft question of Asia y4t with the armistice and face up present state of dangerous ten-
bomb arsenal, tlh will of Asia had to be fout- to .the problem of withdrawing sion."
Audio radar differs from con- ed because some people who a&4 thlr forces from Korea and cre- Atomic Weapoasi Physlea&
1"d A It a ventfonal visual radar in that it not so intimately concembd eating a united and Independent entiats have now found
would give out a "pinr sound, with the problem did not feel Korea." which, they are developed.
A Panamn n hero of the Ko- in ad ditve to "pip, a sdrk that way.- in a eeomprehensve review of wipe life off the surfafte o
ren. War w interred n his on a screen, when sky-sweeling the Eisenhower administration's planet. Those words c-a be
lletr realtag placr in CoroUal electronic beams detect a p e. Nehrza yged the admission of foreign policy as It affects the en literally. The
Cemetery this ong. CommeunMt Chin to the Unit- U.N., Dules was the first power inheeMnt min matter -
lheDefense offllal sa the ed Nations. speaker in the General Asaem- be conatelledg htli
Pvt 1/ o enmTA. Franklin pr eos val radar amlke it Be said there, should be no bly's annual general-or poery- t g lM I
ot am7 A wit uiI gmry to ha. a man U d e sheld be 3 debate. his mm.T e
5-I s h taE. be T that H e na icbe ned that R uM ial had I b %md a .
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hearty Weloome
aires and Auull
this affair.


tion m boe name of Presoaeni
ElsenhoWr "for a grateful peo-
ple."
BeodA teb hehr f thr hie
brother; (,te. wa3 al sent
at the a remony, as were ra-
resentatnm of the Commanding
General.


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1: to 10:29 am n.......... 4:37 a.m.
11:26 p.m. ........... 5:17'p.m.


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aid the department has
albd-that ait would le Im.
eo from a manpower stand-
to maintain an adequate
ga system using present-
I new system makes a
I d leaves a ark on the
, thus elmnatig the need
ifant usamin.
whrar htit* sealM. be
~enad seeo as a Mjbe

i new radar was reported to
a tremendous advantage
he present system in deter-:
kg number and types of
Inft ed source said it is
fuf( It can determine the
r of propellers on a bomb-


Oblast" he asked. "Can any
undertaking they give be car-
ried out in China?
"They cannot function there.
They can only express strong
dicapprovial of China."
Nehru, obviously referring to
speeches in the United Nations
political committee concerning
te makte-un of the Korean conr
ferened, msaid:
"We have heard a long argu-
ment as to the shape of t he
table, whether it should be
round, esquate or oblong . It
doesn't matter what shape
table you ure. The point is how
you approach problems and if
you approach. tem In spirit of
warfare, naturaly the conse-
quenoes will be fferent."


Hears 50% Snubbed


i *,ionnaire; Oppeses

Ci In Commy Offerings

ni re Canal employes Below 75 per cent, the results
eatmurn the question- would be "of very doubtful
All be used in an value." he claimed.
idy of differential
.ineflts, it will be en. Lovelady felt 'the poor re-
members of the pose wa' due to the lack of
Mae Tederation of Gov- confidence employes have in the
M nployes Lodge 14 reeult He aid the workers at-
a t night. tribute this to the many ad-
verse things which had hap-
At meeting attended by a- opened to them during the past
)bMii ilambers. a definite two years.
wa enant of the Item

S dnt Remon Will De
up also ted
iretire For Bi- Lingual I
, lty Cy cover= for
players. at Ca- -
(nlon MembME
IM .opinion that both PeMimt Jose A. Remon's
under conamders- Sast oclal act on arriving in
e G VMted States will be the
S Oee PrtRLdet of the builkig which
sa today that The Americas Dally, a
last gh to lngual newspaper, in
eand in Mte
itft'o "S Mrs. Remon and a
ibut, t will leave Plna-
sw unday afternoon,
i .to take part in the
.aMM be Corsony scheduled
~mM b the sam day, beer
18 Waskhi n whern


intall to w at 4 pjm.
for a three-day vitt as
'of Presdeant M lghow-
lwident aoceptd the in-
t dedicate beidlkUng
q In a .meuwe to Dr.
SAguln. vice preidont
ofthe aw Mtiam
wi pr pomsl y &a
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de sa n behlfIf sI o e gov-
ern of rthe United States
that we are prepared to show in
ourselves the spirit which we in-
voke In others."
Dulles castigated the Commu-
nist forces In Indochina for
"seeking to gain political power
by military violence" and said:
"The Communist dominated
armies in Indochina have no
shadow. of a claim to be regard-
ed as the champions of an in-
dependence movement. If the
Soviet bloc countries outside of
Indochina persist in promoting
war in Indochina, they cannot
be surprised if their conduct is
taken as proof that they adhere
to the design to extend their
rule by methods of violence.
"Southeast Asia affords the
Soviet leaders a chance'to give
substance to their peaceful
words. We anxiously await their
verdict," he said.
Dules made these major
points:
Korea: "The US. itself seeks
no pretext for using Korea as a
place for building up a military
outpost on the Asian mainland.
We are eager to bring our troops
home. The Republic of Korea
has no ambitions which run be-
yond Korea... If Soet Russia
and Communist China are will-
ing to renounce ambitions which
would be served by control of
North Korea, then It should be
possible to unite Korea under
conditions which will enable the
K9oreans freely to manage their
own affairs. So far, the Com-I
munist side is pursuing dilatory
tactics."
The V.N.: "Piesident Elsen-
hower has a deep and abiding
faith In the tYN. He has often
said so, and.he has asked me to
say it again... in whatever it


dicate Building


Miami Daily
o-
In the message, Col. Remos
wished Aguirre success in his
efforts to comply with the pa-
per's motto: "For hemispheric
freedom. future and solidarity."
Yesterday the American So-
ciety of Panama Issued a reso-
lation wshiln bon voyage to the
Panamanian Predent and "ex-
pressing the hop that his visit
with Present Dwight D. Eisen-
hower will prove of mutual ben-
efit to the relate between both
nations."
The President and Mrs. Re-
man will be amcompanled to
W by Finance Minis-
ter Alredo Aleman; Comptroller
and Mrs. Heaque de Obarria;
Agesrembman and Mrs. Alepta-
dfo th BemH, me Preakhats
1rOther; Dr. J. J. Va~fte,
Jald C. COL m .k a NuOa.


To End SrealaO
TALLANAaSEE, Sept. 17 (
- Four military bases In -
ida will be affected by a It
ernment order today that rda
segregation in state-ea
uscools on military pos mRs
be ended by the fall of 1 .
Florida presently operate
schools for white children y
as part of the state school ,
tem at MacDill Air Force
Tampsa 'lyndal Air Paes
Base, near Panama City;
Air Force Base in Ok
County, and a new one acisi-
uled to open this month, h
Patrick Air Force Base, nr
Cocoa.
The government announce-
ment came from Asistant De-
fense secretary John A. Hannah
at a press conference in Wash.
Inston. He said schools nd
"completely integrated" by ti
fall of 1955 will have to. be takbK
over by the federal govern-
Btate Atty Gen. Richard Eut
said recently an end to r
segregation at air base
in Florida would mean m
diate withdrawal of state ox
country fu':ds from their sp-
port because of provisions aI
the state constitution.
Figures lor state funds po-
vkled an enrollment last year M4
the air base schools in Florkd
showed $114 per pupil for $
students at McDill; $1265 '
each of 1.088 pupils at
and $217 for each of 1M6 NA1 "
dents at Tyndall. Children et
Negro personnel at the baem
attended regular Negro schools
off the base.
The federal government fur-
nished the school buildings la4
pd the three counties in whV
they were located a total
$235,00 to help operate hae
schools.
No state-operated school is
located at the big Paonsa ,
Naval Atr Station, and thae a-
ly segregation at the kas i..&
caleteria s.nd rest rooms.
Search Stars

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On Robber Raft
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played by the Grace Lin
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this morning.
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OWNED AND PUILISIHIO Y THE PANAMA AMEICAN POMSS IN .
pouneo BeY NMSON ROUNIVELL IN teas And
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.COLON OPPFICSa 2 79 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TH AND 13TH NTMIrT E
FOREIGN rEP IsrNATIVEe. JOSHUA U POWERS. INC.
348 MAnISON AVE. NEW YORK. 1171 N V. -
T. 1.0 S a By Victor Ri\esel .
Itn owr cm. IN IV A. d.D'VA a ,,E __9
POR SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE 0.60I Drew i
woxd. .nr onA ,N avA n- c s s This is the grim tale of two "v,
T cities-one, so mysterious and .% . ..0 K T" r t
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN secretive an atomic center that ,.t. ~ :v
we have only theBritish word
Housinthat it exists "somewhere in the (
i t I trackless Australian desert." The .
fit ir p fr other city is your home town.
S r Deep in the heart of the great
U Aussie sand wastes, Royal En-
gineers have built an "A-Bomb NO,
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Poser" Amer- City" for Britain'sb latest test of
icen. Letters are received gretafully and are handled in a wholly coafi- nuclear weapons. Just what 'M
dential manner. these are no one knows, excep
Ifou N Oti TE: A l he k don ebe thitItdena a t he apean for one clue. That came from
If you cmtributed a letter don't b erimpatient cei it d*t tppeor the austere. cautious and lnfW -
sext day. Letters are published in the order received. ential London Times because it
this newspapr asmes nte d o n Isi oti'or istementsed hop i oomes be it
Please Pry to keep the letters limited to one psge Iengt "could poison the earth for years
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. with radio-active cobalt parti-
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opiis ces with radio-active e obalt parti- A I
le, possibly endangering all haa e
expressed in letters from reeders.i hum poanity.' .d. all
-- o But we do know that members
of a specially-picked work force
WHAT PITCH ON ASSIGNMENTS? have been in the Australian de-
sert for six months. So vital is ,el
1i their work, so tough is security tfsv
that they have not even beenfB
Housing Manager -- please note. permitted to inform their rela- s Sa
When is something going to be done about the assigning of ties of their whereabouts. nher ad
the houses? .b
To narrow the security risk e
The Review said the new system went in as of Sept. 1st. The and minimize the supply prob- a t l
Housing Manager says he knows nothing about it. lems, every man chosen for the
operation had to be an expert in S US aUe
As it stands now, you don't have a chance. You list, three at least two or more jobs. U M i
houses sorry you guessed wrong your neighbor with much They work 10 hours a day,
iess service was the lucky one. He guessed right he gets a seven days a week. The Brit-
good home. ish do not even tell them
where they actually are and
If it is going to be by service, make it possible for everyone they know only that they are i
tq have an opportunity., somewhere in a I10,000 squeM
mile "prohibited area. This
Fair To All Includes the Long R a n g a ratesa
Weapons Establishment at n tOe ett1
oOo-- Woomera on the Gibber Plains. wa O utp
Woomera is the staging base sOntp vr
(EDIIOR'S NOTE: A check reveals that the new plan for Vast tonnage of special a- t I fo
was one discused at a shirtsleeve conference and slated for tomie supplies-all secret, of
probable adoption. An announcement of the provisions of course,
the new plan, and the date of its adoption, is expected short- From Woomera, over terrain e
ly.) like the surface of a dead planet,
the supplies move to the un-
Answer to Previous Puzzle known base in special convoys RUARK
IntheOchr Anse r to v Io e I equipped like frontier expedi- By 5B B UAKI
hd* ** 0- tons with water stores. gas and
I 0 w camping facitties sufficient to -- I
ACOS DWA 1 0 10 cover twice the time and dia- WA8HIN6TAN-_(NSA) The mareb of iill* hot opirato with a all e on f
AC~ROSews DOWNl A Altance actually needed. tary science been so fast recently a general moit popula baoheloar ws the Iai
I Drupe fruW Its Quickly V N a 1. or admiral csw leave t e ta&d n at fl'4iftb set. fTh rtory goes=0-
SFleshy poe 2 Mississippi To maintain t He utmost secre- aecur a. Thin itryd fat the cl_ e ,o coe
fresty embankments 5r N cy, special aircraft reconnoiter uni h*ae t hst to called him to e ome toe er te S t
11 Adjust anew 3 Employ the area to make certain that .'Gedl. k:i"R aie bh eesaling ioz And dear General oi h
12 Fungoid 4 Simple the convoys are not followed. At "a t onhok Ieed 8 ia 0o u eild some al ,
disease of 5 Precipitous the same time, all vehicles have litrt He ss w.atgeen wl .t ithe morning to h d
grains 6 Dangerous A to keep contact with special ra- "The .D;rn 1, very Ieiy, If the price of the
13 Venerate 7 Iroquoian dio-equipped points in the des- iake thle gwat m ar aiin fad complete oost of ry out a f thle
14 Ran wild Indian ert to be sure that no one strays ly @boete. r that kind of a
O Pr Gynts 8 Since 25 Vex 41 Shouts -deliberately or accidentally It's a cOllictlon of fabulous reels which he t baiup tin
SPee Gythe fruit is 27 Preposition 43 Term used by nd no truck bas down where has coected his various ttotr- o41rty arouinl d Ideas he ha ar II 1
7eimothe r discarded 29 -- raisins golfers it could be picked off. he world. tocp AI accompany by ai mi- you've been on a a,
ir -10 Pilots 33 Distant 45 French suffix Super-secrecy is needed. This teresting yarn. he appee4 to run diet.,
19 Fruits maY be13 Short-napped 34 Church 46 Measure of fore s rarn for the test- acros o, 0oll. A man Ox Dor; tot with the gs that know st
cerved 73anlf orce a rats -arsatu mh latitl L II I ILI w the s 40
served at an fabric festival paper Ing of e deadliest weapons f lu crted aR of te~.bl- .*e rlm*sdot I nhf o0 W LU. W i
afternoon Biblical land 35 Father 49 Feminine of all elvllse history, faxr e teree Y tro -W
*hI 18_ale shqep 37 Cii beetle ,aml)ation yond even the .-bosni. r

knovn AoIc Weapons t.re weaponJava on
r1 bird of ai SE pT cointhe top secret rwel[ topi o d es Ta
28 Distress signal search statice at Seldermaston, wai he A e. .Et w at on 11
s no weirs Jure 1.-IH C us un, and w e n say tha is Is th a a
30 i One (Fr.) not toe far from London. t h 31.1n W dith PaI 'aI a hafing dPie n o bo l o' it n micoh
l Bind And thent, Just last week these tn te i e h n a ou C i ae
.2 Station (ab.) two mystery depots -W Harwell arUit. o i alaty on 01 S J2 p n4 bwnger,. 1at 8c e5Mon bI aI .
33 Ng S-tlere /n Tr clr by the Electrical Workers Unionep 1wi M;hu S9 w tp 1 '. r
39 ve ear to -sof Britain. show fl w. Neva oa b U Sbe, This recipe appa r4ptly was not coo n td
any oAndoduess who runs and co rithii -, t Agarmy:ri Corps '. f
Mow with the - trols the union and leads tl tr1e nh O rdsfth at ta is bl4. o. E leon, 7 a tu d o ls, eun rn I bUS
es hand 200Menat cldAldermastonernd a th fr tEimue a a ful f dia N who ild taiscototulte. h te ct br
*4 verin technicians at Harwell, former the r for U olo t to d'htdn wl- / 4up sherry. lices finely E d
Germany research center for some of the linglf.o 5 r Is k iabou the lbat of th e p butter, l most
4 Kin o erSoviet's most effective spies? bomb h teplied The beauty of the book is thif "ou card
Fruit 1you guessed it-the Commu- "Wel, a -fision will never take tho place ook the dff he writes about That'sa d
7Collection of nistsl IaO."# sIible of d
sayings / This Electrical Trades Union Since Ofants of the book have gotten is ybule eeof n its ow n blood
Spin of the British Isles is led by Wal- aroUtd t hl has been the most ought- Could even d ti t if your wif wasn't
ter Stevens, described openly in after 4 8i t as a guest..:and the butt of by the whole I asld you hapened to Am '0
SCanvas England is the "Communist soml tveo a t ,=y1
shelters boss" of the union. He leads the A ro= the White House, afser- dits The sto. 4t the Regnery Publih
53 Tutelary gods men who prepare the laborator- the Dorif to tell him ha. w being v, s of the. manuscrit tis
of Rome ies there for dramatic experi- trans t rdr as chief cook.,A.A dozen noI dwI r some of th ec dev
4 Sea ealesmentation, sometimes based on persons h4ave *d that the title shoen d5Waef. o monitors discovered hqlf teguide
of Poinantf.Whnw1dtdso d g uide
54 eoieant gl information received from our "The Oeneral Fries at Dorn." rapidly *" Weight as a result, they
own Atomic Energy Commission. ven,. be"e everyone foupd out Dorn was a to go ahead with publication.
___________Stevens. as union secretary, "' I -
-also leads the men who set upThe


W'':" Wair W' I! ]Mew'York 't
Division. These are the weap- a elmbi
CENTRAL ons about to be tested in Aus- wam father owI
dcreo tuwo weeks aIo Stevens' pro- n r nw -f .t. hati l : s.rthatknown" d of fl

described in the British news-n qWindsor's favoeitI be was couple have been Putting Up A Front and ant
paIersa pulled a new type of ao is l Beason: Ialeteta the editor The Othe Woman is a young CauCasian heiress
Presents: walkout the "guerrilla strike." .oTwea are tryig to up to to a pubi fortune...But locals have won-
In sitingin t* l and am em a i- dered why .t ple haven't made their eeo
ters. officially called the stop- ... hrs ad him that 1 he. seeks a divorce she wid
... page "'Operation Guerrilla." weathy Now pubt a estain card he entrusted to bep'
E N T R A L Po- Rlease In chrncooren All the union members kept m a Al. met .p, valid annd paid up. in the cotnu m-
their strike plans and orde pt no iciet
WAR OF THE WORLDS" retth rtee naan he hrs I he eble: he a i de CAa
unrolled what could be termed a ..itw A res than the cost of i agere
PLUS: At 9:00 p.m. Presentation of rehearsal for a political strike it..'Colette Mar
at a grim momeht it atomic Tbho '
walked out of 10 sites right in **- nfaI A . |oll wer
anmd Her Group of Movie Stars the midst of wage talks. t t" ) *B
.They eit at Harwell and Al- d' h t r
dermastion. at an airport proj- d the CoIn W e.I.'Bets
eoct, at a special Anglo-Iranian (wl. thnt the nlarl&a ~IA 6 last wee,.
oil refinery on the Isle of Grain, a t t on her orv .O the t]a..
tit auto plants and at steel and n* (her meal .e pe' .]a of the Dian|
others. .he afte t goc 'l e Kinr l Lady m
After ett e 'nerrill = htoural. .Uyrs it mne


".-1... ..- .-v u r a strike,"
they moved in with the creeoln'g
strike-at 15 additional sites
Each move, carefully plp o.ed.
had just a small group of men
quit such etrategei posts thpt the
vest installation were almost
crippled. It should be noted that
Communist unionists are thus
organized in every Wester
Ihad, including our own.
After this guerrilla, ereeping
rehearal for "Der Tag,' SirW 1
liam Penny, builder of Britals
atom bomb. and QOher official
began discussing a screening
of workers at the Uritlsh int-
lations. Meanwhile It n apear
that theMonin n AtraUa
wastelands hTve O rleow
working in a fI sli not a
guarded desert. S


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Ir IAmt -AM Merle Oberon (once
Ims}) .aeit iaiig to- the silliest reason
waas amea maid, etc... .mahelor I
,l. m7@ wooing Jane Garner, nie
,y H Z 1iWrp;..Mlue eAlman,. Jr.
oif iand Franeine D
Lot and Warner'ss
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BATON IQt u La... 7 community j ut mouth o
(UP) A bkea ling meanwhile had p 4rect
today how Ihe ao.k ed his duplicate statement ale
an account I ye''l tam and hI eeiteasD fall
lmg to replace It, t:ared to $1,M4.59, the FI re-
found himself on, an.M ported. He would prepare th(
ment mw -^cou S fglseastatemeats oa the pretext
not stop unthe wa Of "cheeking" the accou.sw- o
the hole. certain depodtqri who were hi
Spellman friends.
vice president fi"S AMID dbwzaf* ca suddep1i
Nal Bank weone ol ols wrot
trusta k a check o
waived 94. The . repo Ud the de
an arrngnmtt on em tor's, .baance, a a00 bu
charges a was f the depositor sod owi
ball statement listing more
For 12 3teara the g00.
KUng haa wru*. S 'h a* :d- '
by. "To h The discrelp s tUWAdl
he. fl different fee, Re.ebak h.
diferencpregep i ftP other : out 0
na confemulat o to 'Cl|ng was
51-year-olI bank i em b or a
lives in an bout Aug. 8
house and as ing tarte ink as i
daughte-rs l ai a runner at the ge o M.He rose
part In hims steady and In Jla. 1. wai
Wd f a- madem assitant an-~' Laf
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By PATTI SIMMONS
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WASHINOTON, Sept. 17 -
EA) With cold weather
t around the corner, Wash.
ton's annual "battle of the
d braid" will soon be un-
way.
summer truce deadline ex-
es when winter uniforms
ie out of hiding. Then it's
season, for the gold-splat-
id boys to start squawking
1rat about the hight cost,
md because of the upkeep
daehe.
if the, two, "operation tarn-
is probably the. more ex-
erating. It's the problem of
w to keep.gold lace (stripes)
nambled eggs (hat trim) and
Shoes (aide's aiguillette)

he custom for plenty of
cers, includingWaves and
y nurses, has been to re-
sh the. gold braid on a
form every two or'. three
rs. But this habit, they
ee, Is mighty expensive,
n on an admiral's pay.
ot eaonting the cost of his
form, a top-stripe-wearer in
Navy forks out about $32.-
Just for braid. Multiply
t by three winter "blues"
d the admiral hqa a gold
C investment of around $100,
Lci ends u beljg scuttled
t takes about $P, Worth of
Id to keep a lieutenant
an; r looking .hipshape.
a l4owy ensgn .sinks
r: 30 Into the vahng
fund. And it. the sam

SA. ,-,MWarine and Air
c also run 'Winto
u, since t's got
Sto onrmal-even-
high society" "he
off with a $40 gold
rbably with both budget




a hera awhean ay wife
Lisot i 'a h't to be wise e-
S to'hold her oT -rngue. Then
etcoutbu-
ishe c. make to harmony.
Due. When hEr'hu bandd Ign-
w heradsvle and thing turn
k dlW Just" as sie predicted
wou She'nay in-




.with qIt i. When-
sWteps between
S eand cdren she widens
ther th adose the distaue
Ween tbf.t
hree. Whn for no apparent
Ulm the m of the house Is
a a-gouhmood. Itf she can
Shiss and. go on
w bt without. act-
Seither urt or angry the
SmoodM will wear off

our. When he t annoyed with
boes. She oan't side with the
band, she is .b.ding the fire
er husband's cotent In-
06 of letting ltdle out.
HER TIMES LSTED
Lye,. Wrhe' h-a in an ex-
ten mood fd -making big






it. Sob .cn she gain,
Sfr th e. She could
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my has, Announced that the
latest blue dress uniforms will
substitute gold-colored nylon
for gold lace.
Sack In 1M7 the Navy tried
the nylon but It didn't go over.
Rumor wmas the old salts de-
cided It made them look. too
much like movie ushers.

Five A.iren To Try

Fil Helkcopter

Ladti ,OnfN, Pole
WBSTOVR; AMI rORCEi
BASE, Maa,., Sept. 17 (UP) -
Five Am'r'can airmen wfll at-
tempt the: first helicopter land-
ing at th North Btle., he Air
A daOQ! ,j Mig-1 ro Thule,
M R;a4lwirmen and
two Y11 '! co arrived
there Sunda prparatory to
historic '"Oeratoo Blue Rose."
The announcement said the
airmen planned .cargo missions
to Ice island "T-3" iand the
Pole but did not. disclose when
the assault would be, made.
The expedition Is led by
bearded Capt. Raymond Gott-
fried <.09 W and5x

hBeliopter-sq
Oth t-aembes of he team
are aj. Clarence Z. 'yoke of
Leban Pa., navigator:' and
Sgt. dy enner of Ashvil'e, N.
0^.,ad t. Charles D. Red of
Oo, enwners. ,
The-' expditlon started Aug.
1 at =Un Air Force Base, Fla.,
and 14 stop. on th. 4,050-
mile trip to Thule, The craft
cruised. at 80 k.ots and made
the triat..4f hours, 60. minutes
flying time. One helicopter lost
a tank generator but otherwise
there" were only minor main-
tenancee problems and no
mishaps.
"The worst problem is fatigue"
Gottfrled said.
The Air FOrce said the pur-
pose and the unusual flight was
to "test new gimmicks" such as
a drift-meter under Arotic cof-
ditions.


Recently one of the towam
uniform emporiums claims I
has found a cleaning fluid
which puts quite a bit of
old sparkle back Into tIrL
shed braid. They figure I
might even keep aa otffoei
trim in tack five years or A
But braid will turn almezW
over night, cautions this pgd
lace merchant, if left in a
Inanlla bag or anywhere nea
a moth-preventative.
Some of the Waves here hae
a system which they think
helps keep the shine a litft
longer. They coat the g.M
with colorless nail polish.
But the problem Is not Jud
confined to the Pentagon. Ydo
should see the gold braid
some afternoon at at embas-
sy party.
An estimate given a Chinese
diplomat recently by a uni-
form outfit here was $400 on
a new full dress job. Of this
$250 was for braid alone. The
shop is still waiting, for his
answer.

Race With Runaway
Coal Car Won
By Rockland Cops
ROCKLAND, Mass., Sept 17-*
(UP) Three policemen wonWii
race with a runaway coal car
today and halted it by putti
telephone poles across thi
tracks.
The car rushed two miles to-
ward town after its brakes loon
ened as it was being unloaded
at a coal company platform.
Hastily-notftled police chased
the car in a cruiser as It ad-
through two busy grade acrs-
Ings. The officers, George POpp,
Cedric Damon and John Gal-,
lagher, finally out-dIstaewed t
just 200 yaids short of the W.;
Hanover station.
The. pulled poles from a p&
near he tracks, piled them -
cross the track and the car t
stopped without damage.

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New Farm Program

To Be Ready For

coY Congress In Jan.
DENVER Sept. 17 (UP) -
BV OSWALD JACOBY Secretary o' Agriculture Ezra T.
Written for NEA Service Benson salt. today ,Afttr confer-
S ring at length with President
-", ,,|, &ll1 senhowel that the admin-
NOTH (D 1s } istration will be ready with a
S6AK84 new farm program whln Con-
9 KQ 93 gress recovenes in January.
l.t A A963 Bcnson dismissed as "ridicul-
6 ous" and "irresponsible" Dem-
a. T EAST ocratic party charges t h a t
..* 4 7QI0762 J Elsenhower was not living up to
9 4 V 10 85 his 1952 campaign promises to
K Q4Q4 7 farmers.
6 K 105 *AQ7432 "He meant them when he
SOUTH m&de them and he is going to
S53 carry then' out," Benson said.
VAJ72 He said recommendations to
*J10 8 52 Congre.ss for a new farm pro-
g $ gram would be based on a num-
North -South vul. ber of sttrdies now underway.
but he didn't know yet what
North Zu So th West th recommendations will be.
1 Pass IV 16 The summer White House
24t' PassS s Pass here disclosed that Eif.nhower
4 Pass Pass Pass will confer in Washington this
Opening lead-- 5 fall with French Premier Joseph
Laniel and that the chief exe-
S' cutive has authorized federal
Wlhen your opponent makes drcught r'.3ief for areas of North
dy the card tnat was led to tucky.
'; what you can find out from .n answer to a flury of reports
it. Did you ever reflect on the that he m'ght be quitting as
fact that sometimes you can agriculture secretary, Benson
find out more from what was not tolc reporLtes:
o ? "The question of resigning
h, in today's hand West led the hasn't entered my mind."
five of clubs. The lead didn't In announcing that Eisen-
.,seem to mean much; West had bower would meet Laniel and
-M.erely led the unbid suit. But French Foreign Minist e r
.,"here was a vital clue in what Georges Bidault the White
..West had failed to lead. House said the purpose of the
Eas took. the. first trick with mc,?ting was "for a friendly
,tl'e ace of clubs and returned visit and a general exchange of
tee even of clubs. West played vie.-'s on matters of common
the -ing of clubs to cover interest."
E~ uth jack. and dnnmmy ruffed. An agenda for the conference
S- How should South. continue? i. in preparation, but not corn-
It isri't very convenient to get plet.d. Und. ubtediy high on the
to the South hand to begin the agenda will be the interest of
~, 4mcnds. Perhaps declare; ihie free nations in curbing
should plan to begin the cia- Communist expansion in Indo-
mionds from the di'mmr- (either chins.
at once or after drawing some While authorizing drought
urumps): for such a plan would relief for atrehs .of North Car-
aicceed if the 4iamonds were 2-2 olina, Missirsipi and Kentucky,
if the ace happened to drop the Preide&nt. deiled. similar
Singleton king or oueen. request from Arizqna
But South is guided to the The .rea.. in th"':treq states
'.bl't line of play by the far't to be esignated imnpr disaster
Vtat r haire mentioned a comule areas v:ot specl-
.0: times already. West bad not iiedt 6 iiet ined by
ed r~-. ~~\r of elubs, so he Bensoi' lIned
-.drn:, started ,with the king-i The~ p.jald the
S tbt suit. P tely re-
SWeAt hadn't ed the queen of turn gton' Saturday,
a -ds but lia, chosen to leod ';-,wtngi.ebt his prAte plane
V. ftrom. the king .of clubs. It fairf 'ekrly" and Arriving in
Sbb-.- 1 theef o Weshinton in time for dinner.
"aft;. F.' .. . ht spades "* ,
-byQ i.',t,. Womn, Ran Conn.
sn\rladt tRTyFtW Conn. (UP) A
f -on -oken s wode ia n rece. y ran Connecticut
-. ,., kto"1 o' ohabq 4afor 's. ediamn ,, hi- sy. K ecr.etry of State Alice
..^ ad ioin .-tp pold t Syger when Okv.


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"I know one thing., son-when your mother-
from her vacation I'l never' mention my good odbae
days again!",


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WATCH0 OUT FOR JAY-BIRD WALKERS o T |e I
Gernan aerobbith ob4halantly travel by m 'et, hdte
,and the Muitcipal Auditorium, while anxIdt crowds watcfh
ba' Ru aver a icafrtchd bew es'A a r :;e -,
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MIAMI, One-Way ..... $70. R$pun"E *j' $16.00
GUAYAQUIL, One Way., 80.00' Ro.adri p 14.40
QUITO, One Way...... 86.00 Rousd. t p' 154.80

Cargo rates also reduced. onsufr with'ofir bffice
at Peri Avenue No. .15,.Telephone 3-3283 or see your
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amK00 . Rarl R. Bndet d Mat- VI s PROM ALABAMA e of the fant,
Sare Y r thew RoblMso ,.mtRera of the HONORED WITH CARD PARTY Mrs. 8. T. Franke of
SYour Cmmauwnty W.IS board of darectws of the Pna- The member of the
t ma CanatCo. left by plane ear- Mr. Herbert Virgin and Mr. Marcus Prince, of irming- late families of the infant
Wbo^ M ,00.0 P ly yesterday m in for the ham, Alabama, were the honored gauets at a dessert bridge present
United State Woilowi a five- party given by Mr. Jack Pearson and Mrs. R. B. Ward at the
Sonthly day official business trip to the Pearson rrideace in Gatun, Tuesday evening. benefit Card Party In
Edward. wecial cor f are the houseguets of their Mrs J. M. Cummings toin- nrch
a Army, who a pal Mr. Virgn and Mrs. ce fee, Tuedy, at the home of aro rou .
Canal Zone ha pas ve rence Chambers of Balboa. commandingofficer of the ta- arty ee at
3P. te 8ana r.the plast verat The other guests Included tion, Mrs. W. A.Thorn to the MasonicTem friday,
: 30- r The teftsBdpnat a Milpaugh, Mrs. E..P. Tarte- Twenty two ladies called A doll S c st
at In t irl 4: 0an-kbel busy few dafn here in making a man, Mrs. Fred Schwarts, Mrs. during the morning. Chaplain dessert refreshments al-
OnUe in FUNM guey 4:3--at's Yotr'Favate preliminaryrtiewr of budgetary Allen Flinn, Mrs. C. T. Swear- (Lt. Cdr.) E. X. Praino was al- G'uests are requested to
aea n ArAotto nBtW.sRA o.5or :-eWhats or The reat-of tbs rnew Mrsa Chambers. so. er,
owill be present byo olplt- Mrs. 0. W. Asar, Jr.,p e
0 M ea dDance (cntd.)v tee to the boat o o at Prises for the games were at thecoffee
on Saturda tA= y s00-' IC In th Air dWc sece.
r NaS .C.Ol 6Cl --Tob dmosnth in Wm1s0lc. and Mrs.t. Alien, for scoring, Cristobal, mbr.m Club
tettAl3dlTt Wlb lplude, 7"Ae & All-day sesins. wee d and Mrs. Milspaugh received Ha Social Evening g
7:3010A-The oe t ll-day sOUe *i the tNaoveling jdeuceri Hpie. Mrs. nn Manere and Mrs. S








C In the game r ofthe Club 11:00The wigr a e I u d S Ruth Bourov, tMrs. Clara with yo with=t mthe
bI :-over the pTW Ct Kathleen Huffman were the e -
Board Room "f" hr : "* r^ ,-." .....
s.. wa la- B:o0rReport vB. ler .let, /oni---T 8 U p Fro m. Vite l- hostessm for. the socall meet-h owi'


rn l' The rCmm"tto ib n Ohae of, Cils0 ot.) = bureauu diret~nti other off- for the early part of the week. olland, N. Y., accompanied her
8offr t(lnOAleft l C N. :15-MOnn V drI ,al. .n s Mrs. Rich ard. ad sons,.8te- daughter, M rs. C. L. Leeser,
S. Aln C ..itr T1 Mut 8N-Mu B sl; pe ofa a nnd t wch er Iel t d ed on u eand was introduced to the













tp, dber624n.S-the R --pi o NewC |l I O
on. her fmly n New York, The members resent were:

eft.. 'r ot.M. cu 0-ua Oi B mIntroduccprt d STonite NWteonnl lHo, Mrs. Midr DAndr rBoorte,
*1 -.nme .h cfr adri MjN. N.i :n--eal rton )erHve Mrs. Marguerite N ahton, Mrs. Seome persons e -'
StqDinner Meeting Ruth Bouraeos, ars. Clara without making
SCLloyd Vauha ewy ap- The Caribbea Chater of Nelson, Mrs. Dorothy Face, e oters
Sn pointed CIO lnternua l tp- atiohal 8ures held its Mrs. Helen Crowell ad
Tie. MSar t b e d- me il eie Trentative to ;the Cagl Zdhe, remlad ner mine g at the Helen Morrison as t m y
e i een A :30- fi I roded to Bz Brook Contry Club Pres were wn b Mrs. F- ies. ts te
iTe ne the members of thc Tuesday evenIng." eer, Mrs. Walnlo, Mrs. Droste, Usually it Is because
N. -- th Ieo r nr :otit er Local 900 ed CO-itoN, Thirty members Attded the Mrs. Morgrison and Bourgeo kind of person eatsantI
Wetys al b a gts FIrs4t C:c0- kw .., AMt special meeting ato llCtw;y h etin at which the pres -whe h ue r al
fr9:0 }a ,u on es pts p4 at th.e. a:05--The AuiJp.Clock .C tl nteuPacific Club o D. I .ent, i eutenant II d. Fitch Ne l Cwous Heldawhen sIor
churcM.'hSmbora of all Circles (contd.) -*npembr.o- residedg n For ShelanAlMo erger sider that you might haw *
W omen- n Vwilrhesa d ,f irior to B azst p aeBro c n s da Chorieshlarw ere i ong" yfo r s.th-sdeirs.t's haart 'ofsgoodt"
a-oo:15-Morgns to the Caal Zoes, toftthe GuaM. Indians in daughter, Sa"lesund" at learn o-wto difagr3veelm m
TMAph Chapter et Meet 3:01-Musical Rewdi "ha of IO l1thern Or- daughter, Mshell, MdryUat
byBeUSA7:00-4ws LofutenaSouthernB.Pithe residence of the t oandpar- ly.
.% rt- T Alpha Chapter of Beta e:1--Come tad Glet yrenae
w ill hold its n eIt It:th e b opasgd etoFrep l ce f tthato up tgt..(,.
. .. W.. Z ,i r clSe p te m b e rs.4 )r--)..w t
1 ': . rth7e:0-Re e ral K. Wenah, who is returning o4 loadwF. Culnynhdm Rp.
cAlpa chate rAt-of Btsmtg'e l m who leaving-.. .,.
to e Ia rst, 12- c r riv elected for othe 15 4 o t -tates.at- .-soj.urners,
Id- ZoO 11 wil h.d I will se given en Cx A M,. Doo.er
"O bu! ekag I. 3 union actMlWtle4 and the latn gt To-aOhio ",
rit a luneon as- K 1:1
gouge atmbersmnabl e n:ef"rtdaughted M urs Hvalgty Parade rate workers.

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if m TT z T of his' *atrels' $190,- Frank Raymond for New Yi
13T E 01edsapoe Dr. Raymond Into be adm
B TS The w-of. Mrs.aLena Maie t into' the international (
7 4- ia Rankla, -whd died Aug. 31, wea leg of urgeons at a cerem
ea -tt ,4-prohat-.aaurt ..' -atmegte -Hal- this wi
ift It also set up a trust fund fr Mrs. Noonan Irll be prea
"any dog" she might own at thewhen her brother has t
S.. time of her death. However, her- Z o3 conferred upon' him.
only dog died during the sa- he. will return to the Il
Smer. mus 'by PJtRR. Line the la
tbrye n "e-:old part of the month.
. Any .money left-In the fund -
CTC FROM THE AT- after Tommy dies will be d d- Mrs.. Thorn Indtrodueed at
GOA/MB ed equally between the Amer- Morning Coffee
Ion StAdio Concerts CQace. Society and. the The Chapel .Society of
C) C Ifeag iearts Amociation. Coco Solo Naval Station
,.for Muslc (CB) omy was lying on the bed tertained with a morning
5-tu._ '40 W rs. Rankin when she was
) found dead.

eoRMn tn Elks Com'mittee,
sh BroadecingCer- Candidates
BTcaie Meet Tomorrow
lalBa Club "Cin-
St committeee w there s nothing
oull te t night with can-
*tr Cdolmu&bwN didiM the club's Jubilee
Its. secaw d.9reu their sponsors.
the i a tI. Is scheduled to
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en- warmerr from Mentane. Canada, hitches his bike to a horse am d
cot- lets dobbipdo the work. He's taking the horse to the feld to wkr.1'
out ri.7-the bike-is more comfortable than riding the mere.

To maiftW? Lima, along the vast Pacific.at the
edge of the towering Andes. It's just one of the
Important cities Braniff serves -and serves


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in fine style. With El Conquistador, the luxury DC-
i sleeper flylhg.the Americas. Or with
El Intercontnental, fine low-cost DC-4 fourist
flights. -For information and reservations, -
call your-travel agent or Braniff International Aitways,
Avenida Tivolf 18, Telephone 2-0729 2-0975
Hotel El Panar, dTelephone Panami 3.1660 Ext. 130a.
or PanIrA 3-4726,Col6n Ticket Office, Telephone 779


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PRANKSTERS PEPPER CEILINO-Teenm
Ithe goldftsh-swalldwlng fad wlch swept thl
bpck, but they've started another, ant-whch4,
oWnern a headache. The new ta requires iOl
chocolate yFrup and a bit of wind power. Tor
John Watmon of Ludington, Minch, t ow hmat
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No..12,179 Central Ave. Colon


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Fspaia No 34 PanamA. R. P.
(Belli Vt l Theatre Mlg.)

Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoll Ave -Phone 1-2291 and

MURRISON'S
Fourth of Juv Ave--Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles D u e. t e e e dri'e" --s'-
A'A "_'.1- .AL- 1950 OlJ .L.le 76 201 Ace"n C. Z.
,, 3. Fine cOnd co, odo .
S, .. Nc.'I -'. Le -.er. thrOughoug a. y at DOR \ENDE~iAKE Medical Clinic.
S .. ...-.. -1 B,-'L.. L G.J, n. $I l_- calrh. Mu-tl Ce ,ral Avenue K street, corner
FOR SALE Ho -' ,,, / for .ohnsn. tlriplone 2-3479, Panama.o
fc t i a t ... ... .- _tr'.-. .P..... .. .
pi ria . b gerr .-'d, FC' LE Forl .cl.roa 1952. lo .MIAMI O NEW YORK via AEREA
c C .. r -hecp P.,r ",i. mni le' white sClea ,ll Boe.ng 4-eng-ne planes. One-way
Be'a .-', r ee'." r I t Le.,og rr.ur -ell. Du/ o Io M iami 0 00 Round Trip
.. B ''- \ 44 I aa 3 - i1260CC. One-,ay to New York:
$ 14 00 und-iip $2141 00. See
SALE -D lube LCd corYpleis 1 O SALE.-Lerrer ot cred.I on a PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
S A Ar, .r, I -4 9 e- r, uJet ker or Packard, worth teJephne l .
- -- .' r. Frt caller oar $,1 - . ... ...
FO S A L- :,.,- r'ge i.I, '' E.,..,re at Polama 2-285t SO ALE
''.i,.- l r,' C' c-e&i > p. n .3-4t4. Berrer hur- /FOR JS LE
I o.en. t r. Q3. P pi i." "'' -- -...-._ --- Mscellaneouas__ _
.n,' r, -I ,:I...i, -i FOR S'ALE -t- 49 Old-.ob-le 76.M sc-l- -- --- -- --
1hi -4-,_O r .EJQ, excellent me,:honc.,l EXUAL BEhAVIOR IN THE HU-
' rr,.,.n. excellent tires. pa.r.t MAN FEMALE by Dr. Alfred Kin-
'O SALE Lte'r t.uti I: ' a ti ... .ied new sear cases, car Sey. now avclable on special orders
BB el-te c..r. .b i' ,.-, O.ic.ber. 194Q. original ot $8.00, 650 pages withe numer-
mrahoqc. c-.jar. : T Bl ....n.r 1 Ec.der.r. 1 1 000 mile.. o1: charts and tables Order now
-*uh i1 lelephone Panoma 2. from AGEfCIAS STEER.5 S. A. Tel-
,F0I" SALS.-4-.tirn .. r* iw~.^ '"i-hch. -".______ epnone -onania 2-1219, Aparta-
. ponr r-j.i n h r '.ap ALL 2 PI,moulh Staton - -------
-eh I:. pas.: -. '- .., .. a ,.. dr.as e.nr Price FOR EALE-TRoird albums, classical


* .reef P.hone F' Kobbe 23'4. operas, eIc. 50 per cent discount
FOR ALE- or....hl -- E- Phone Panan'a 2-1807. Alfernoor
FOR oA'LE- T or.-ughl, 'r. FCR SALE.--1900 Cherolet Con- or eenh... _
mohoJr,.- r' r gr l,r'r.iu' ,I .rtble, with radio. Excellent con- --. -.... .
reo-onab., pi.: i. B: .. -' it.n like new 5.1 09, 00. 2 door OR SALE: Scott Philharmonic
moa'ir E.: c'e N... ,2. 4-.ih S. I-, Fcor; Sedan, with rodo. Good Radio Receiver, 30 tubes _40
B alla ,'i. .-3,'r.:i,,on Tel 2-4624. ', ourts output. 60 cycle Good con-
FOR FALE --Ch- 'r.le "-a', ,o .ALE Ford Coupe Model "A' d.: c. P.on Pr am 2-180
* ed, ngr o le. benc t:o'. r, .,r 100.0: v I bu, ,r. Central o.. -or- ev ening. -
etc Mu.- I r.ght ., Pho-c A ,~,nue. .a .no Final. Frarnarco FOR SALE-. Venetian blnds. 5 width
00;7 or -0763 HouL. rjo .-' T' 2-2-. 3.9. length 64; 3-width -4 7. length
50t' ticr,, Belia V..o '------ C' 272-4.A, CocoI, 4-144
....- ......- O, 1:ALE--19I1 Power.Glde Chev- -- --...
FCR SALE -SiIi.n" bab, bed 1:Ir, l rr', reasonable. Returning -....la bd., in tr.plicate, ~,11 be re-
mrna. rei go or .jr. ., 0 3 to to.a.-I Ch.re 3-1646. c,-,ed ri the office of the En.
Qur 'ers 1: F :d r .r c. -r i A E ,9. Ford Tudo S gneer.ng and ontruct-.n D.rector
r.err I,.. iAL".E-1'.' E-,14 Proe r SudSedan, Panama Canal Cqnpar. Balboa
Arr.dt.jr .-48 excellent motc, Prone Balboa 2- Heights. C-nal Zone. until 10 2C
FOR SALE -Coldspct Rif,.ge-i. 3 30'*.___ .'. -.______ m. O'lober 27. 1953. and then
Neeia mcoor. $. CD. Phone Pedil- ~ ubl,.:lv opened, for furn.h.ng aol
M-.luel. __ OR SA Ei C o,. lools, equipr.en, labor
......... . sere: .nd material-, lextep
WlAklNTED 1OlOrVleS ce'ton Panama Canal ComparI
WA N ,rr.-hed Materials listed in thil
A. EDIFOR SALE--i951 CLushman motor p-ril.catonsJ, and for perform-
]Miscellaneous E .xcellen ondition Qtrs ,nq all Woric for construction of
....42-.. Aibrook. Phone 3281. ,ciiemenls, utiflles. houses onr
WANTED TO BU. Smoon ,:. A appurtentrnces at Gatun, C, Z
stable fl:r recondt.tonmg. "re. OU R SALE Form. of proposal., specifications
Scon'truclCro Naor.,ral No 7, Pru an full particulars may be ob.
A'.enue Telephore 2-,-406 Igeal I.late trained from the office of the
WANTED -. b" .t r c- C1' .- ,- L- -p -- of ,e Confltr and Inspectico
Chry-O -r 'd r. C.l; r LE -- -- apartment house rI Dv-voon RIlr 343. BoIon ; lr
_5r. -0 r: afone-co. doan payment, $1.- Telephone 3739br-2
arta 2-0913 0000 00 Thomas Real State. Cen Speci 'cns a n
tral 259. eleph e 3-1069. be sue and droin$.
FO SALE .* i ... s t *.B4 i 1iibeffeitedif
fl s $ SC Pif icatill- -and drawings oar
loalts Motors NSnot refused within 40 calendar
SPANISH LESSONS dairss.after'opening of bids
F(R SALE.-Light weight fishing or .
racing bEat Also 7 1-2 H I nrteA've Sponish Course for English FOR SALE:-*ne complete set Golf
Er ude ke new Abernathy peop atthe University of Clubs new Nylon Bag. House 51
No 99. Peru A.enue lPnam. It will as' telv. weeks. Ancon. Telephone 2-1 361.,
N.o. '~9'_ ._P.. fas ... a.es from 5 to 8 p. m. on Ter --
FCR SALE. 14 Ft Heavy Fishing dovs. Wednesday and Thursdays for FOR SALE--Bolex H8 Turret Came-
Bcnt,'S75 00 Trailer. $25. 5 H P. beg.r.ners, intermediate and qdvonced ra. new. 1.9 Standard Lens, 2 Tel-
n.oior. 3. Abernathy, No. 99 l.uJd'nri. Registration already opened echotolens,-list $565.00 for $299
Peru Ae.uee. lo the Secretary's Office. 00. International Jewelry store
Chase Bank Building. Panama.
O R SALE -Bolex H 16 movie ca.
mera 1.9 normal lenz. wide angle
FW T ST- rr Tl A rPl l7j I I nir-m Telepatolns, $32s
LUX THEATRE I next Cho.e Bank ft'L.ng, Pan-
( --- __STARTS rODAY! ..- I--- .--
SS. . PANAMA .ANA L. COMPANY
S ., ,"F. 1 -OFRS VARIOUS ITEMS
I _- ,jl FOR SALE
S" led bd. r ..nnin public
I1"R.--1 bMI.S I.l be rCec-..i ur l.i 10.30 A. M'.
ilO cIoter I .n the office of
l" -uper.nled., 1 ol Storehouses, Bal-
of-A bo for 'r :L.vers retrigerotion parts
Sriand rniceli,.-eou: building equip-.
Sllme,,t lo:or. at Cistobal Storehouse
apd the 3CG" Aiea.'Balboa. Insita-
i t on No. I t; ma' be obtained from
a the obove sources .:.r from the office
)f Superinlendert c-f Storehcu'es.
ielephorne 2-!81
FOR SALE--Ten .... .r.:Ies restiung
f' l l newest method. F.shrng rods, ree.r
*! Cy,& *" ,,ItIo and UtbOqrd iic.rr repaired
Abernoahy, No 99 Peru Asenue
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VANDERIC MINSTREL-
It's annual sfsival time in
Edinburgh, oteadr, and Edn-.
burghers see- their streets filed
with characters from the ro-
mantic. colorful past. Donald
Mork, of Bsten. Maes., bows
up as a stro wsing mflsi't of Wy.
gone days. A recent graduate,
of the Royal Academy of Dra-
matic Arts w Lmusb, be sings
hIs .hSalad sm 1a in
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CARLTON DRUO STORE
10.059 Melende. Ave.-Phone 255. Col6n

PROPAGANDA, S. A.
"Ii" Street corner Estudiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and '2-2798


RESORTS II
Hou-.es on beach. Santa Clara. Also
in COOL Campona mountains. I
Phone SHRAPNEL. Balboa 1389
or see caretaker there.
Foster's Cottages One mile past
Santa Clara Please bring you
linens. Phone Balboa 2-1866. I
WILLIAMS' 5ar-.a Clara Beach Cot-
toges. Large comfortable, modern,
rear beo'h. Balboa 3050 except
weekends.
Gramlilch Santa Claru ueach-cat-
tages. Electric iceboxes, gas stoves,
moderate rates. Telephone 6-441
Gomboa; 4-567. Pedro MigueL
Phillips. Oceanside Lottages. Santao
Clara. Box 435, Balboao. Phone
Panama 3.1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FORRENT |


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___Houses I
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
residence in La Cresta for four'
months. Three bedrooms, two I
bathroom, I.vhngroom, diningroom, |
perch and servants quarters. $275.'
00 a month. Tel. 3-0779, 7:30 1 ..
to 9:30 a. m. and 12 noon to 3 p |
FOR RENT:-Completely furnished-
and equipped, new chalet in 50th
street Rental $250.00. Telephone
3-4575.
FOR RENT.-4 bedroom chalet. No.
39. 9th Street, Parque Lefevre.

FOR RENT P
Apartments
ATTENTION .- I, Just built m .d .,
opartmenis, o.e," wo bedr ,.,
.:hot trnd cold woaerm Teliei t
P-.pa i J-494,. .. ',1
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to protect & beautify
concrete buildings
with

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decorative &o double
S waterproof oatinp.
Ask for deuMrlptl
f-older and color chart.

S6eo. F. Novey, Inc.
126 Ceptral Ave. Tel. 3.014d

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"Leam Ballroom Dandg"n
Ivy Harnett of Harnett &
Dunn dance studios la tak-
tn a refreebWr course In
the U.. Will be back Nov.
Sth Leave name and phone
Number at Balboa or Crn-
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entrorke, single %rson, $40.00 I I V. .... '
Phone 'Robertd Be. tti, 2-1078 ,
FOR R T:-Frnish bedroom to
bach or married couplee FirstI a* l ,
SriSt ifPereif No. 44, Apt. 12. IoI i
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who hattly ccnplet '
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will tae In the Balboa. & __'1
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jrlItI es" UO 1r Sou am- saurnery.


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stag- an 'ue 4. ahow at
Lac, U~iuhi betwxe sa0rise.
lpk^ieWoot t n. a the
reet'with Joha-
ale I ally joining her He kept
vhis' %os on.
I 4-000&.C I .-. -
e's A lpra-uMlaed battle
i:on behin6 dhlrMnes in
W seams orgmolatiat Ono
group thltaktle ext Clerama
fl.rhot d be ., dmmatle or
mural stIory. Other cinerama
mfou. favor the travelogue
foote fll'ned by Paul Mantz
on .. 50,000-mile flight over
South Ame'loa, Africa and tu-
ro;e.
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Babe Didrison is dreaming
ef Katherine. Depbarn few her
planned flhn biography. ahbby
Gerge *Ebharlas thB MOM
ptoprte part f s
lMe for the Sleuo r Tr3y-Be-
Surn movie 'Yl and M tq *1ut
mays: "We. dlided jt 4 do
snvthing about It."
The Babe's 1tet achleVitment
,Is an eyebrow lifter. She's turn-
ed out to Ie a haqnonie whiz.
and will make a record with
iiiltr-plavyinp Bettv D o'o d.
daughter of Gen PIancis bodd.
COMEDY COMING UP
Bay iuandI. plain, come.dv
nk*wR hsla liig Videao career in
"Meet Mr. McNutloyv" slated for
CBW 'V d rad t t'sa
it* 0 leg*eei ofe Ot who
petw .Into,. ainpd put, of. euble
ever week. Ph l l AAry--
,Maalp Monroe V .gi enn
lWar his wife wl b Gordft Jones
wbd ere tdnr Use*I is the
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Simake are th loeslo

James Melton tela about the
shalet who wants to marry a
ia millionaire so she. can
someday collect ollimony.
LQVPS GRAND
Geraldir Page. the Broad-
way beau'. v.wh o b er
film bw with Jo InWay "n
"HonMe"- a ta- rts4u-tfnued
item with wealth New York
muliclan Alexander Bchbaider.
He followed r to p sw dur-
ing filming f the picture.
John LIOdei, uahapy with
What's happen& to e. acting
GcaHMreer ric Hdy Aar dl-

stage v .v. "Down Came a
"Blackbird."
-oOo--
There'. a howl to the news
thct Sir Alexander Korda Is
the winner of the first Golden
Laurel Trorhyv nr.?sentcd at the
Venice Film 'eVyal by Dkvid
0. Seplick -' Mi was deemed
the produ.-er contributing the
most to int-rnational good will.
Korda an -Selzifck hayelf't
spoken to -%tch other' ip years.
Fox big wheels deny the bn7z
that Susan Howard and the
studio will come to a carting of
the ways. Next picture for
5000-urr-wcek. Susan is "Gar-
den of Evil' to be photographed
th Mexico.
--000o-
Howler in "Marrv Me Again."
Marie WJAIon lohe~ist ui millitoe
dollavqs no w lls: "It my boy
friend evar finds o"t I'm stack-
6d, hell leave me flat."
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chemlcaJl ower toprevaet bac- its ingredilents. Some amino
terks and 4ungi Infeotle acids .have been identified by
His investigation Indicate, he fatty acids have not beefi bro-
said, that "persistent hi g h ken down. Several types of gland
temperature ad.. humlddy and are.-involved In its manufacture.
re eating wetting of the skin
by frequent swimming or bath- Rogues' Gallery
Ing" will thielkn the top lay- HARRISVILLE, Mich. (UPi -
ers of skin In susceptible per- Two "masked" bandits who'
sons. The plugs the glands made off with a camper's ,food
which manufacture ear wax at Harrilville State Park re-
and "these glands are unable to cently were caught In the act by
pour their secretions onto the a photograph-but the camper
surface.." isn't sure he could pick them
Ear wax is so chemically corn- out of I lineup. Even In pictures
plex that two years of laboratory raccoons look like most other
work have failed to reveal all, raccoons.


Back Mit k g

'Exlenal 01'
NEW YORK, Bept. 16 (UP) -
Putting nal.ural ear wax back
Into ears may prevent an ear
inf'ammaticn which has
to 100 men a day In W
camps at a cost of $100,600 a
month to the armed aservimo in
lost mAn-hours.
Dr. Ben H. Saeturna. an *t-
ant professor, at Wabtf kin
University School of N SeIW
revealed today he I oest
compound which bp. bor i-
proximates ntmral ear N,
with 1,000 men at.-th aoval
station in Jiiekamvue, 1.a2 '
His hope is to prove tat a
form of "external Otitts," In-
lammation of 'the outer ear to
which many sailor., 'men, nd
soldiers La ed' tropical
,and sub-tropical rego are
susceptible, caused by the
loss of natural ea X, and
that it can be prevedi by put-
ting nature wax tnit.adO .
However, his Iepodas "en-
tirely preUm1 Iand-d im
conclusions w rely ten-
tatlve," he ar e annual
congress of th national
College of Surc where he.
made the 'epor '
His emphaals that ear
wax is not a wajt product of
the body but si ed the very
useful purpose' oPfgiving the
outer ears a coai/i, of a ccrnm-
plex, oily substane with the
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THE MUROZ HOUSE
Has just received doors, windows. construction steel.
12th Street and Central Avenue No. 12.116.
Phone: 527. Coln.



L Panama Cana/ &lzeaters
IT'S SHOWTIME TONIGHT!

SBAL A BarbarSTANWYCK Barry SULLIVAN
Arc.ndin.."d" JE 0 PARD Y "
:5& a 75M F ruar "APAcm WAR SMOK"
DI'ABLO HTS. Ray MILLAND Jean ETERS
DtABLO HTS. ., n f ;m Irlm
:15 a T7:1 "It Happens very spring"
Friday "THUNBUBImDS
I EDRO MIGUEL Peter LAWFORD @ Janice RULE
PEO G L "ROGUE'S MARCH"
Frida "yITALAG ITn"
G A M B 0 A "v.." LINDFORS Paul CHRISTIAN
7:0 0"NO TIME FOR FLOWERS"
| |Friday "THE QUIET MAN"
G A T U N Virglinl MAYO a Gene NLSON
7 "SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY"
Colorl Friday "THE GIRL NEXT DOOR"
MARGARITA Gene TIERNEY a John LUND
:15 a gIs "THEE, MATING SEASON"
Friday "MAN BEHIND THE GUNO
CRISTOBALI MGM's All-Star Cast!
A rkCm ime "THE STORY of THREE LOVES"
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Browns Think Big Chief

Best Bet To Beat Bums

NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UP) Allie Reynolds
wili pitch the World Series opener for the Yankees
if Casey Stengel heeds the tip passed on to him to-
day by the last place St. Louis Browns.
Stengel reportedly Is torn be- waukee off to a flying start with
tween starting Reynolds or his 46th homer with one on in
southpaw Eddie Lopat in the the first, inning and the Braves
Sept. 30 opener against Brook- went on from there to defeat
lyn. Pittsburgh, 7-3. Howie Pollett,
The Browns got a look at both although nicked for homers by
pitchers last night and they un- Stan Lopata and Willie Jones.
animously agreed "Reynolds is was credited with the Cubs' 7-4
the best bet to beat Brooklyn if conquest of the Phils, while Dave
they let him work the first Koslo of the Giants scattered
game." seven hits to beat the Redlegs,
Brownie catcher Clint Court- 4-3, as Al Dark hit a two-run
ney, never exactly a "Reynolds" homer.
fan" particularly after that
famous St. Louis battle of June In the American League,
6 declared that the fast-bal- Harvey Kuenn of the Tigers
ling Yankee right-hander "was collected his 200th bit of the'
better than I've seen him all season and Ted Gray kicked
season" as he beat the Browns, un his 10th victory as Detroit
3-2. in the second game of a twi- dealt the Red Sax. 8-3.
light twin-bill. Washington third baseman
The Browns weren't quite so Eddie Yost celebrated his 'night'
Impressed with Lopat who they by hitting a double and a single
literally knocked out of the and scoring two runs to help
box in the first game. He was the Senators' Connie Marrero
charged with the Yankee's 5-3 beat the White SBox, 4-2. Virgil
loss, however. (Fire) Trucks, trying for his 20th
Brooklyn, using some second- win, was the loser.
bowed to the Cardinals, 5-4, as Wally Westlake gave Bob Feller
Preacher Roe dropped his third his ninth victory as Cleveland
game against 11 victories. Gerry topped the A's, 7-2.
Stley gained his 17th triumph
although he was routed by Roy YESTERDAY'S STAR
Campanella's two-run pinch Harvey Kuenn of Detroit,
homrer in the ninth, who became the 17th player in
Elsewhere in the National major league history to collect
League. Eddie Mathews got Mil- 200 hits In his rookie season.


Hornsby Fire(


. As Manager


Of Redlegs

CINCINNATI, 0., SepI
(UP) Rogers Hornsby t<
was relieved of his dutles
manager of the Cincin
Re -llegs.
An announcement by
club said that the 57-year
Rajah would not accomi
.he t9in to Milwaukee. Br
S fl. a coach, will handle
team for the remainder of
season.
The official announced
put an end to rumors, w1
the club management had
nied, that the former g
hitting star was on his
out after taking over her
mid-season last year.
Hornsby came here fron
I ouis where he was fired
manager of the Browns.
Browns said that Hornsby
o4smissed because he cot
get along with the players.
I There had been rep
throughout the season tha
Redleg players were unlr
S*th Hornsby.
The Redlegs are now in
lace in the National Lea
Thev have a slight chance
roving uo to fifth, now he
;he New York Giants.
Hornsby had this to say
_Pformed that he had been
Heved of his duties:
"Regardless of what ar
else thinks. I believe I did a
job. I wish the players and
club the best of luck.
"I'm going? back to Ch
nti make that my home
wpltina for something elAs
tu"-n up."
a has been rumored here
Al Lopez. manager of Cleve
In the American League,
be manager here next year
Cleveland management has
nothing about renewing Lo
contract which expires this
Looez and OGbe Paul. ge
manager of the Cincinnati
are close personal friends.

Sports Shortie

i (BOXING)
a The National Boxing Ass
Von meeting in Milwauk
gas adopted a uniform sc
System for fights. The winr
ach round will get 10 pnl
g e loser, from zero to
S plionts.

SRacing's handicap champ
4Tom Fool'" has turned
rliant workout for the se:
yonby mile. Tom Fool wo
fursonps in oe-lo andt
Sftoh sends at Belmont.


worked
four-


Marie Parks Top

Brazos Lady Golfer

In Absence Of Cleo
Marie Parks has emerged from
the Canadian Club tournament
as Brazos Brooks Country Club's
leading lady golfer in the ab-
sence of vacationing Cleo Burns.
Her total of 338 in four rounds
of play won not only low gross
but low net with a 298 net score.
Because Brazos ladies accept
only one major prize per tourna-
ment. Marie won three bottles of
Canadian Club, and pint-sized
Margaret Leigh won three fifths
of Canadian Club with a net
total of 303.
Margaret, a Cristobal High
sophomore, is now looking for
cash customers so that she can
convert the famous H i r a m
Walker product into something
more suitable for a teenager.
Like money, f'rinstance. .-
Ruth Lincoln's 314 and Har-
riet Serger's 319 netted two bot-
tles of Canadian Club each.
Winning one bottle were Jean
Phillippi and Nellie Humphreys
who had 325 and' 330. That
"killed" the case of Canadian
Club which Henriquez and Com-
pany so generously donated to
the Brazos ladies for their tour-
nament which was conducted
concurrently with that of the
Brazos Brook men's tournament.
Both Mrs. Parks and Margaret
Leith are shooting the best golf
of their lives. Last weekend Mrs.
Parks shot a 79, her first ven-
ture below 80 at Brazos Brooks,
and Margaret missed a 39 on
the back nine when she three-
putted number 18.
Mrs. Humphreys and Mrs. Ser-
ger are oulckly remaining their
uruial eood eames after lon e lay-
offs. Mrs. Phillippl. a newcomer
to the club. is also disolaving
winning ways with a golf stick.


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AMERICAN LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pet.
New York 9K 47 .671
Cleveland s6 60 .58s
Chicago 84 62 .875
Boston 79 68 .537
Washington 74 71 .510
Detroit 58 89 .395
Philadelphia 54 91 .372
St. LOuis 52 95 .354
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at New York
Detroit at Boston
YESTERDAY'S- RESULTS
First Game
St. Louis 002 002 001-5 9 0
New York 000 002 010-3 7 2
Pillette (7-11), Paige and Moss.
Lopat (15-4). Gorman, Shallock
and Silvera, Triandos.
Night Game
St. Louis 010 000 100-2 8 0
Ne-r, ork 000 003 00r-3 4 0
Turley (2-4) and Courtney.
Reynolds (12-7) ,and Silvera.
Detroit 121 010 008-8 18 1
Boston 000 101 010-3 9 1
Gray (10-4) and Batts. Nixon
(4-8). Delock, Sullivan, Brown
and Wilber.
Night Game
Cleveland 0M 020 A0n-7 12 9
Plilp. 000 000 020-2 8 3
Feller (R-6) Rnd Hewan. Fri-
cano (8-II. Rishoo, Martin, Fa-
novich and Murray.
Nirht Game
Chlrqgo 000 On 2no-2 6 2
Wash. 101 100 lOx-4 9 0
Trucks (19-10). Dorish a"d
Lollpr. Marrero (8-7) and Fitz
Gerald.


NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMq W I. Pet.
R-noklyn Q A 7 .R57
Milwaukee 7 M .56
f". Loiq 7qr 5Jr .9E
Philadelnhia -7 A7 .5.3
New York 67 79 .0
Cincinnati 64P2 .4.
(hicage 61 33 .424
Pittsburgh 47 100 .320
TODAY'S GAMES
Phlladelohia at Chicago
Brooklvn at St. Louis
1o other games scheduled.

YESTERDAY'S RESULT
Pittsburgh 000 102 000-3 1
Milwaukee 220 030 00x-7 11 2
Face (6-8). Waugh, Hetki and
Janowics. Buhl (13-8) and Cran-
dall.
New York 000 010 120-4 10 0
Cincinnati 000 000 012-3 7 0
Koslo (6-12) and Katt. Per-
kowski (12-101 and Seminick.
Phila. 021 001 000-4 10 0
Chicago 001 002 22x-7 11 1
Miller (7-8), Drews. Lindell
and Lopata. Pollet (6-7), Church
and Garagiola.
Night Game
Brooklyn 000 010 102-4 8 1
St. Louis 200 001 02x-5 7 1
Roe (11-3). Black and Walker.
Staley (17-8),. Brazle and Rand.

Santa Cruz Sports

SOCCER
The Junior-high boys at Santa
Cruz enjoyed a fine Intramural
Soccer League. Peru ran away
with the championship, winning
five, drawing one and losing
none to compile a total of 11
points.


In the first half. Peru won two
and drew one with Chile. Cuba
had three points and Chile and
Mexico ended the first half
with two points, each drawing
two games.
Peru swept the second half
with a scare only in the last
match, when they met Chile.
Both teams were tied with two
victories and no defeats. The
g ame was afst and clean. The
teams went into the second half
of the tied game 1-1.
Peru had scored by a magnifi-
cent shot by 0. Alzamora. Chile
eaualized shortly afterwards
with a penalty off the powerful
right of Ruflno Moreno. The
game ended 2-I for Peru to claim
the second half and League
Champioship.
Chile was second with six
points. Cuba third with 4, and
Mexico last with 3.

VOLLEYBALL
The Girls' Volleyball Learue
got underway Monday with a
flying start. Margaret Welsh,
captain of Code, and Dolores
Peterkin, captain of David. both
tried hard for i victorious de-
but.
David took a thrilling, victory.'
David won tUe rst match but
were set back' in the second.
They went on to clinch the game
by defeating Codle In the third.
The players on Codle appeared
to be over confident before the
game, but when taken by sur-
prise they were disorganized and
did more fussing than playtg.
The other two teams in the
league are Diana, captained 1r
Elenore MeFarlte, and V
CrM captained ,by m
colm. u ,?"


QUICK STARTERS-.Pallback Ralph Pelton. tle, emrries der "in
Illiam. center, isOea guard for TexasCh gaast Kaugceff
VilasgN


Pili- rns fori


Tickets On Sale For Plummer


Vs. Gonzales Ten-Round Bout

Colon and Victor Asprilla of Panama Ray Robinson and Chi-
Panama will slug it out in a six- co Anderson at 126 pounds and
round 118-pound battle. a four-round 126-pound contest
A ix-round special between Joe pde and Battling


Gun Club Aotes


FEDERICO PLUMMER ,
The great demand for tickets
for Sunday's lht-of-the-year"
between classy Corky Gonzales
of Denver, Colorido and Papani
Featherweight Champion lede-
rico Plummer at he Colon Are-
na haa caused promoter Enrique
Marta to put ,the ducats on
sale early.
Fars are nelfled that tick-
ets are available at the Colon
Arena, the Manhattan Bar
and at the wpreiter's home.
Martin may contacted by
phoning Colen 271-A.
Yesterday Gonsales continued
to display great form during his
workout. Corky thinks that he
will be "sharper". fo this coming
bout than he was or his beut
with,Pedro Tesis in which he
gave as excellent performance
despitee a four-month layoff.
Ove-In Panama, Plummer Is
also oing great guns. "Ferdy"
and a-.handlers are making no
secret- of the act that they are
shootUin for knockout victory inI
order 6 request a match with
world No. I ranking challenger
for udyaaddler's wor ld
feathe'WeluiTI crown. I
S -. t Is. alo an' Io -
I eWi eb for Gonzales. AI
l I~~$r r could spoil his
cehmMir an early meeting.
wIth; 1 e. 0Be0ause of Wo.,I
ans sh wmured that bothI
boys wW.4* :gong all out for
The m l will be another
evenlyy M bout in which
top r BP bantamweightI
con~ ikolfe Ampudia ofI


c
MILITARY-CIVILIAN
PISTOL MATCH SET
FOR FAN FAN SUNDAY
Archie Turner, the Balboa Gun
elb's pistol manager, has an-
nou.ced that a pistol match has
bbe" arranged between civilian
and military hadgunners to
the place at 9.30 a.m. Sunday
Sept. l, act the Far Fan range.
This match will be over the Na-
ltoang Match course and will be
find with the .22 pistol.
h presently arragd, the
match is set up for civilian gun
club members to shoot against
military members, However, the
match is an Infomdal one, and
teama from any other organizLa-
tions will bp welcome to take
narL Teas from the
bQF dui, the .CZ. Police
the Marine Barracks are par-
ticularly invited. It is repeated.
the match. Is not formal. Any
number may shoot on team,
and four sep will count.
Any M awar* will depend on
the number of competitors,
and their preferences of the
IwVinners.
Thk cvylian team will be ca-
tairimd by Archie Turner himlf,
and the mtlQ*F team .w be
he&d by Mike Wolchictwho
recently returned from imp
PWry. If Mike. Maurice Ipele
"Old Barge" Smiley, Hank BOsi
and It. Manchester team' up,
they are going to be
ch ombiatiQn orMaW
I ~ati W to best.
I umdew that M
SforT'KraPl uf pds
to eome out of'wberevqe tye
beomi sding latelyto b0W ,the
If o.on. T-M aiM Pce

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Balboa had to count rapid fire
scores to decide who won the
Gallery League ampon aip
after the nde up all tied up
a ter a our lmoth aeasonn
SAmmunition for the. .,. i
Cheap, entry fees will be low, and
ImSunday's match Is all for fun.
It's a short, 30 ot course of
flre. See you at the rangs.


browns Closer


To Shifting
F .. 1 4,

Franchise

By United urse
The Browns are a step closer
/to moving their franchise away
from St. Louis.
A fact finding committee ap-
Pointed by theA a ue
nas given Brweb
Veeck the green light. wis o-
mittee meet agai 4hrt be-
fore the WorT Ser which
starts September 31. Aer that
it's up to the league owners who
last spring rejected Veeir's plea
to move by a flYe-to-twd-vom.
Veeck says of the committee
action-"I'm happy." Then he
adds cautiously -. "But. then I
thought we had a pretty -good
case for moving to Bltlmoaor last
springit
Yesrday committee coalsst-
ed of oownerg Gharley Com5,y
of Chicago and Bp10- B-rig
Junior of Detroit. a S
dent Wine arldtBJW Pere-
eMted Boston ow r to'Ira-T
key, and Attorney A- 1;3f v
owner Dan Topping. A
tee spokesman says the
financial statements were asu-


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LEIA 9 Hoople MissU Over Maryland Yet Expects To Lengthen Unbeaten Skem
Seventh. of a Series
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st- ig-ames, can't hope to be as good 0U7'/iE f
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CHICAGO, Sept. 17 (UP) Stevenson capped the confer-
epublicans moved in on the ence with his report to the na-
-of the Democrats today for tion on' his recent world tour S/ 'PLp
4hefirst GOP spokesman on" It seems to me Mr. Stevenson Soviet Z one olice:
hand was unable to find any was not really finding fault with
rault wlth. Adlai E. Stevenson's the administration,' Miss Ad-
toreign policy speech. kings said. "He was pointing out
things we all recognize to be
Miss Bertha S. Atkins, head of true-when you sit down to neg- I -
Republican women 's activities, otiate with the Communists you V AT
sad Stevenson, the 1952 Demo- have to be extremely careful." I V l in st
gratic presidential nominee, Stevenson advanced foreign
spoke about "things we all rec- policy proposals which included -------
agnize to be true.' a new bid by this country for -- 0 .
world disarmament, but also cri- 1 "
The Republicans, however, are ticized administration defense BERLIN, Sept. 17 (UP) Rus- Police here reported that 21
expected to get up steam and cuts and "McCarthyism." sian tanks and troops have Communist policemen, Including
handle the Democrats more Miss Adkins, asked her views crushed a mutiny by 2,000 mem- three officers, fled to West Ber-
toughly when their couterence on "McCarthyism," said she was bers of the East German people's lin yesterday and asked for asy-
officially convenes tomorrow and "for the good of the Republican police army, the West 'Berlin lum.
Saturday. party." She said she believed "Information Bureau West" re- A different type anti-Soviet
saiuraY. e many congressional investiga- ported today, demonstration was reported to
Miss Adkins held a news con-tions had done a lot of good. The report said the Soviet have occurred in another part of
ference as her par prepared to Earlier Democratic National zone police rebelled against their Mecklenburg province.
t omivr the olrtlal spotlight uChairman Stephen A. Mitchell Russian training officers at Pin- heh o o
Sro-MDemocrats who concluded summed up the Democratic ral- now barracks near Angermuen- The U.S., High Commjisson
a two-day national conference ly as a financial and political de, in the province of Mecklen- newspaper Neue Zeltung sal
Tuesday. success. burg. the population of the toogn
Tuesday success.One East German police lieu- Fuerstenberg turned the tunera
He said the party raised a tenant was killed and "several" of a German woman, raped and
gross of $150,000 to apply against soldiers were wounded in the killed by two Soviet soldiers, I-
h ck O f Recordsi aM 56,o000 deficit, chiefly through fighting, the anti-Communist to a silent, mass prote wot.
Monday night's $100-a-plate organization said. The newspaper said the worn-
Ba o "Y dinner. When the. mutiny broke out, an was assaulted and thep
SMitchell said the party also the report said, both Soviet and knifed to death Saturday by the
tear Balbohieed armony which augur- East German police officers bar- two Russians, who were s to
achieved harmony which augur- ricaded themselves in a barracks death by Soviet military 4t
Of Hotel Charoes a elections. He said abetter e un- and called for Russian reinforce- when they resisted arrest. -
01 HotelnC harg a electis H a er n Seven Soviet tanks and an un- Some 000 persons, almost
The Balboa Y. M. C. A., is Northern and Southern factions disclosed number of Russian sol- the entire population of the
scrupulously enforcing the re- came out of a brief battleover diers rushed to the barracks and town, turned out for the funeral
strictions on the issue of its thesDemorati oylt boupl put down the revolt, the bureau Monday and marched in a silent
dormitory apace in the opinion Miss Adkins said about 1200 said. demonstration, the paper id.
Of Canal officials who investi- GOP women from 18 Midwestern
ated circumstances of case states will take part in the Re-
lieVed to have been the cause pi~blican meeting tomorrow and
or a' recent protest voiced b Saturday.
Panama hotel operators.The enclave is ne of four M edics Try To Part Twins
Panama such regional gatherings ached-OUT UL C C-
In an announcement Wed- uled. Balbo Public Library
dayatBalboaHeghtsit The Republicansseekinged At The Lower Spine
stated that a careful check of build their meeting into theffairs Bt~ding to ALw
the records for the past several headtne-e1tching affair the eTS.n
months shows that all personsDemocrats' was, have added on a oraries. Th
given dormitory space at the meeting of state chairmen from -
alboa YMCA were in the per- 21 Midwestern, and Rocky Moun- NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 17 (UP) and the fourth sacral vertebrae
missible ceass. The majority tain states. The Mouton Siamese twins, are fused. They were born to tf*
were members of the Armed joined at the lower s ine, under- 34-yexa-old mother July 22.
rcesorwereYMCAemployes. USCA Holding went surgery at the Iambus "We have nopattern to follow r *r
orces ore were few other admit o inOchsner Foundation Hosptal in this operation," a hpokesmn
ted who were eligible because of today in an effort to give them said. "There has not been any
their connections with U.S. Elections Today normal lives. other succe.tul sepration. o n D
Governmentactvties. Elections To 'I The delicate operation, with Siamese twist of thistyp. The y
eight surgeons in attendance, lack of any asmilar cases Will
A. "In the case which is believ- A special election of alter- began at 10:05 a.m. EDT. make the Operation a hazardous fi a
7. ed to be the one referred to re- nates to the US Citizens Associa- It was the first operation of one."
gently," It was stated "a per- tion board of directors is being its tye in medical history and The twins underwent a pre-
' s5on describing himself as a held today in Ancon at the was described by a spokesman liminary intestnal operation
veteran of the First World War Clubhouse and in Balboa at the as "extremely hazardous.". July 31 to decrease the possIi- A n .
applied for a room at the YMCA. 8Comisary, from 11 a. to last for two or three hours. Jor surgery., from the ma
Swas reused because of not ote must be members of Doctors frankly called the op- They are in fine health now,' n t
being n the permissible class the association but for the con- eration "haardous' to lives of the spokesman said, "and have Alfaira l
He then appealed to E. C. Lomr- venience of those who have not the two-month-old twins, Caro- gained weight satisfactorily." waky.
bard, Executive Secretary of yet voted, memberships may be lyn Anne and Catherine Anne Both Mr. and Mrs. Mouton are a art ez has
Balboa Heights, and the refusal obtained at the votin booths. Mouton. at the hospital. They said they varAble gh the6
was confirmed. The complete roster of can- The twins, daughters of Mr. "hope for the best" and are def- t Of sthe
The use f dormitory space at didates is as follows: and Mrs. Ashton Mouton, have initely in favor of the operation Ro the Pan j s1Aacan RK
The use cf dormitory space at Ancon: 1. Winter Collins, Ed- in common the extreme lower that will give the babies a be of the W n of F
the Balboa YMCA is carefully win Compton, Charles Crawford, portion of the intestinal tract, chance to lead a normal life. ~ ommitte headed
restricted under regulations is- Capt. Jack Hearn, Clarence D. The hospital spokesman said canon A. Mfdo, hncludi
sued by the Goveinor's Office. Howell, Mrs. Marguerite Maphis, b It would be hard to predict .IaH. enI strnclu
These are similar to those in George E. Shoemaker, Mrs. Eva 0Colombian Prof. whether the twins can lead a oCaiaEd Csstro,
effect at the Tivoli Guest House. Smith and Robert Van Wagner. normal life If the operation is *a Ca's-aed MO3 o
Balboa: Les A. Beauchamnp, Hpeld Up Briefly t ery d li. a ers.
1tn investigation of the com- Mary Brigham, Oliver Culp, Ger- It's very difficult to predlet dSp
plaint recently lodged that the ald Fox, Mrs. Agnes Hearon, Mrs. A Ellis slnd anything about this operation," .an S e
TMCA was accepting dormitory Jean Hill, Mrs. Edna Hollowell, he-said, "because it's the first
guests not in conformity with A. E. Jamison, Richard Jen WAHI T 17 surgery of its kind. But the twins hos.r
S regulations was made immedia- Robert Laatz, Norbelt McCauley, WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 (UP) should r have a eood chance to dxy i'_1'2 k
tely and the statement issued John Morales, Ira M. Payne, Mrs. - A Justice Department spokes- should normally f we succeed to
Wednesday at Balboa Heights Janice Scott, Frank Shannon, iegay that's b Dr Germeleased They are both very pretty chil- l
was based cn the results of that L. W. Warren and Mrs. Polly being sent to Eli Island dren and very alert."
investlgatlon. Wise. In New York for detention. In the most publicized pre- n-
He said that Arciniegas was vious separation of Siamese r
detained on a minor m a t t e r twins, the Brodie brothers were
which could not be disclosed but parted last Dec. 17 in Chicago.
that it was cleared up now and But they were Joined at the tos
66 he had been released. of their heads in contrast to the
Dr. Arcinlegas is visiting pro- Mounton twins. Roger Dee Bro-In i
lessor of Spanish American lit- die died after the operation but
erature at Columbia University his brother, Rodney Dee, is
and was former Minister of Edu- thriving.
IBI, 4lf l cation for Colombia. The staff that will take part WASINGTONBept.
IIU W Ili l He was detained by the Unit- In the operation. including those A .t10 t 0%*
do v. ed States Immigration and Na- who made preliminary studies, JohM A. .HnaIi
turalization Service, which oper- is composed of pediatricians. a mo dly esl "M
IP' DiA h.T C ates as a part of the Depart- surgeon, neurosurgeon, procto-
ment of Justice. logist, urologist, gynecologist, to fore "
PONDS orthopedist, anesthesiologist and scheduled to
N Anti-Superstition t wa lved that'Dr. Alton
lfo tLeogue To Meet he of the hospital, will hihm-
rFriday, Nov. 13 lth gh ames of those at-
saysteAdi the twine were released.
,'in SPRINOFIELD, Ill., Sept. 17 weight .of 1V pounAI eight cbin
MSeO MaMrgedt Chsieb do OIvem (UP) The Anti-Superstition ounces at birth. Their present ..
Society of Chicago, a group of weight is 14 pounds, eight '.'
Siuer de vChe is .nao the Ioveliest womea of Meicad eaity. brave souhb who delight in ounces. *
Ber .miei io i euidt. "The best m I know to pt s&ia sMiishing mirrors and spilling The delivery was critical, ne-
et d f is Pd's Cold Cream," she says. salt, will meet as a chartered ceas8tating what the doctor call-
organisatlon next November for ed."unmsual" measures to effe6
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know you look your wvry best! and throat with firming, upward Friday tie th, and the next born stopped breathing but W
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