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 Material Information
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
 Notes
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: AA00010883:01724
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hew9 hMisWen "months aMa lteadesh be sentenced nnr of Mendes f Bander eMaoehiatects. The Bmonfument to have virtually dgsounted and Ko name their representatives to the parley "wisag
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n SE 5 a twsrnias 7 youuef will hu f little a ,. *ad each Cide oa the shaft e apranent the Atlantic and Panole Atcke. other countries. bi about aaf e now en route to tpeuce
... T*7 ethdemie nerd a c 2 C Wgh Plyr are be ig made ot r a dediotion c ae emony early next ya. w i le soe thn Eg abt Cohn unaldst frm a .,
S -fa tlon of theA- th eoup 'ctAt 19 by y Meanwhile at Glbn Island, United States propona


o rAtP ad intelliget e* or d Md. Col. Luls Amos head of a to-face meetn atSar
o ui hte1a I aws manno 16ct S e S authritie said today it Is and ct n onlulu her o-ena o e
Spii te, th c W. d neretcidly possible, but "extremely-D ep S the site and date for that e
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Se e amaha, been publlahoustde edMh am Nattsbal Printing Of- for tudy. He ed to n- day the United ti on, with a t nderwy
i w be t tve Edu e, atas 192 pages includ- tify the au in any way. It "defec and faistre," Is Pearson supported thi st
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t lto North Korea la he at been assigned to on Noh's surrender und he c a
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S, I M confirmed Noh' M a b Communisats are turn of both the nd.ao-t and arenngs sl
ISut i thtotlreo-Aer- d edIep iRio a Md., Col. Luis Amon. head IT ty I oowaame Cana Compan fron
1175 ol s e private intedligenceservice,h sIhN constnctn of ninevat
Vi. ial te ,he ta.. an reported receiving secrnt albo 0 .herse ant Gatun. f







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to--1954r .calduerm sn tin gBartrse
t*t oaort hen s econd gr ouphese of houfeslills e
level.but"thather has etr e.fe D .E nhowebsaidto e buIon the e d o
r -- o e-f o f"the foO s usl !a n t oIe n dayte" U nited N iatih n s withoae ll sge the gro up of

-- ---- es:bflthe y Q f. terested lPri te c h n i c allor. D a t a l t hep naInnPears
.N n p u b l i s h m e a ti t l e wo r2 pare swo- ,ul dePr otseo u t h K o r a n y ton tg o t t h e wanr d f r o m P p a n d r a .
.lt .9 C.A i ttwo ` wamu el c he ltioes Py ongy ean or g Theisie dworsto AOt e hce
Am o d wa dm sttwuddmdsa toeobt.
confirmetdho- uad teiComnts a fbot teestofbsl TH


-e tage of the es trucethe pilot. The R ans made i ot
p coats IniB of the truce. lto their armies in such demands in Europe when space with a com adi
about .,nowranking Unitedw e Polish pilots escaped in Mig dinin room and
p=ane dinin romrkitchen. e
....- itih n is the ue. officer in K rea warned lt week fihters. The planes were re-e
,9aelob eularly if ti ,aware a week aoarebuildingalr turned but the pilots were v- two baths, and a large
%date p- preesl Bte soviet mod. t.-Iunists had l nd-|b pn, within minutes oflen asylum. twosbt]
oL Alb. o can .leaf th e traband pla positionsn. Nob, a veteran of three years of each apartment
As... ofs@.h;a Yalu River sanw- id the Communist air in the Communist North Ko- The three one-family hoLl
o 'said, raa | l tidup began about 40 rean air force, described the to be built at Gatun will be
il,, l L said radar had di or two to three weeks new planes as the latest-type 333. The floor plan of this t
t esMimate RUs'- the movement of after he armistice agreement Russian Jets, uipped with r- house provides for a
asra% Nam improve- and showed w1A signed. dar which ealer models lack- partition in one of the bedroaqs
-vetured farther t twice agreement con- ed- which in use. makes the
ethey had dared to takAwt a Communist-inspired He said Russian combat pi- three-bedroo cot .
In a e there would be no lots fought American and oth- of this type tre bu th
spe ie them.erial obervation by Allied er United Nations pilots in the at Margarita and on
B ith mg Wh Auias a during the cease-fire Korean war and trained North Street in Balboa.
saht Citark Mo Korean and Chinese piloted to The contract being offered hg
-ClarArorce rnflytheir Bolet-ma the construction of cthe
d Qa toQ 3 Nob s3a $10000p rear Noh told a press amhouses at Gatun also
athe MSrt Mig although o said the Reds believe the ien for th p ation of tes
tal taknow the ofer War will sart again "the stallation facilities,
'ot/ lehit dash LIrdom are preparf for tha." tion of the' necessary strI
ofG m-hewasat msidewalk paving, and
In 1 -Ir been bwrougi p as Bte rm the Mos_ u lng the area.
in i were "Vey amb m of The bids are to bfe fte
violations of teek the Com- U. 8. Sabre because of the October 27. Spect
aai.t.deeInt, g .-They haIM Amer planes' epir ma&- bid terms are now avallb
1tr poa- neuve ility and gu t" I respective con tr=actars at
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Democrat' /No th hly Thing HoldiUp he orade"
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THIS I1 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN bb
BY BRUCE BIOSSAT r,"
TH E M A IL O Adlal Stevenson made a joke
7 H nM A I I about it. He said the Republicans \A..
might oon accuse the Demo- t.
___ crats of enjoying "creeping har- p W
mony."
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers ot The Panama Amer- At the well-publicized meeting I
icon. Letters are received gratifully and are handled in a wholly cedfi- of Democrats in Chicago signs hf
dtmiial manner. of party unity did indeed aseemr
It you contribmt a letter don't be impatient it It doesn't appear the to be strong. As former President
mnex day. L*ters are published in the order received. Truman conceded being in the mn.
Please 'ry to keep the letters limited to one page length. minority is partly responsible. rited
Identity of leftte writers is held in strictest confidence. Nothing unites a group like ad- tlon the
This newspaper assumes ne responsibility for statements as opinions versity. Democrats In Congresas t heW
e~pressad in letters from rniers this year gave plenty of evidence G rd
a of that. 1, howevd
KUDOS FOR FRONT STREET AND CENTRAL AVENUE Yet the look of unity Is In l, \ I'
fact somewhat deceptive. The would-i
Elm Springs Farm, issues that have divided the "wlea
Tahlequah, party In the past have not van- to "
Oklahoma. ished. Civil rights will betB
pit heard from again, and the bat-i
tie of northern liberals and eand wals
1 Just returned htme from a six weeks visit in your lovely southern conservatives w Tere
country. I visited my son Frank Miles Knights, and family in Old continue. At h
Cristobal. C Z. I certainly enjoyed myself in Panama City and that he
Colon. We also went up into the Interior, which was most enjoy- Those matters lie relatively that h l
able. quiet now because the Democrats .
do not have a President of their"A
Mvy young son, who made the trip with me. Ls eight-and-a- own party pressing civil rights LIJNI' It, you w
half years old. He loved it there and did not want to come home. legislation or liberal reforms. A fr
He says that when he grows up he will return to Panama for an- Nothing has occurred so far tq It man
other nice long visit. suggest that the conflicts will theD
rnot flare anew when the Demo- 1' .. .
We enjoyed both shopping and window-shopping in both crate Ret around again to choos- '0h1
Colon and Panama City. We found the Panamanians most kind ing a presidential nominee and pl f Ine
and thoughtful of our wants and needs. a platform. e ln e eear
Front Street and Central Avenue are two very nice shopping There could have been trouble .017 up to the
streets and one could never forget the lovely things they have for at Chicago over the so-called u ap tf t
sale, and the nice clerks and store--owners. loyalty pledge introduced Into aR. c n dft
the convention rules last year. wer
We enjoyed the open public markets. In fact our stay in your The pledge called on al dele- a y
country was most enjoyable and we hope someday we may have gates to do all in their power td tn
some of you as our guests in both our home and country. see that convention nominees -
got on the various state ballots
I want to thank each person I met In your beautiful country under the Democratic label EIt rcis
fur their kindness given both to me and my son while on our visit was designed to take the steam r y 5 SSe n
there, out of revolts like the Dizlecrat ie
I beg to remain, your friend in the North. aff Baiut he preahof 19 ers of unity
prevailed at this first important B D a
-- Mrs. M arguerite K. Roan Democratic gathering since St ay- "U S;"'"r mu d
enson's defeat. A committee was .
Sit named to study the loyalty Issue, WASHINGTON- (NEA)-Veteraq I4 l e.-A. ,' t1dy wasM m.ade of 2e4 ecer Op- f ..I
SIDE GLANCES By Colbraith and a breach now was averted, tlon doctors have come up with i "tI Iwtt Wn te nw exeet, Only 14 of te run or
dimension in medicine",which, they clim. gol a B vey-ole d and very-youn rroup, InOrt ri
__ _ __ _ __ f i As 1956 draw closer, the dI- ones step beyond prention ad ap..h r T ref b 1p "YTou
L ,i lemma wiU have to be faced. Among other things, VA o wIcila m.Smtpefl ai e f fUGS t. The rest were able wt top the y
Moreover. party leaders will this new concept of treatet ill cut the exercise completely cured. If it
SI 1Shave to confront the fact that tient load enough to engrowin demands at e 55-year-old man chir
a number of southerners who only veterans with -lla directly connected with paly and several comply a hai rkm
bolted to President Eisenhower service be permitted treatment in VA hoIptals. VA hasp for five y coln
in 1952 mn-v not come back in, The ide is being applied especl11y to pay. above a wii and"-4 *aeBS t
Sto the fold. chlatric and chron easesa; which anout, for aterfe e rdto rhaumtolDlt t. Wigtent
few of thes wer m g the eat bulk of the VA hospital populaton n- AAer five ears of convenIona trtm t doc. istrtion


mAt Cln 0r the partn leaders that patients. g$ otUt L t bed ,ansi 3dmlrS n rutse with, e a io h wwm.d h' et
ade effortsto dvel- Ao were ng clud bothr loa e-connec 'tedand fnrervl ce- tors wrt" _. '


.J f oomr, v Chi ca gotstimed., dtb cas ed. Tht oaoMs hailed, and they.
he m theories of alou tde eeofve tn atw decided to ave hilr ewtsbe ,.t.h a few man. M
hen ahope t make capital o ut in constitute a1 e Intrat he s he was rel ..
of fall ein rar pco an w i apply to i o te in otS^ nut Many oder diseaIa have reap"o .4 to .eit of w
SDurks resnati sv secretary by human, e. p Director noe,1 T. Bein Cole ely % 4=p mul e-. .-t e
of laoor, and cuts in the defense uya n .t r .eie ateh vlaes
dro em. t aIt involves a drn concept of m.~ddirea r- tg elec~tro lun, warm a _-
A btoraoon, whh, owno the prevenhe ti tnderwate ., re-eue, etire
But thMs atands out: Sforenoon curative phase i .ttoldfing before our ee Ta anod -lUlve and pasv(o m. o e._
1V the No. 1 Demerat. He pre- new horizon aItP tiew opport ittei ftp nrvi,. An fet oae the r e vtmeewn icht t
sides over the arty's new-found new challen f ee a better ay1 th patty interest In hel
Sbut still ski-eep unity, life for the te osansa of aI k people t'i thb means.' .. .sUo
Whetherhee can hold this po- our XIvlan ad i e vI tion.* In the.trtg ent of pyc latr ptlent.r- with
Saitlo lon enough to become a v hopi Otl ha ust launched a le l beiuted for my of the or ',e
s *S A" serious candidate for 1956 de- statsticl stdy. o dhtermln the 40tal effect technique. Bro. e report: .. , etS
enda partly unon how vigorous- thdlr nw tr t is ha on the avr .. .
( i _WS W^ly 1fl leada, and partly on wheth- leg ta. .'a hospital per patient. They "It has ben effective in redutilng _t .uh* an tt
Sse tt fellow Democrats in all re- alrdy gnow Pant turnover is greMtr. ,acit a O.per cent'n 014. tU? -
gla cdn see in him a man ca- And thfe W hundreds of lo *'d t als. yof our preo a Bud
S'pable of encouraging a deeper tientse e ,o permanent c a i Ip Sat t me u M
Sparty unity and forging a fresh Uncle mi today-able tolm b. Out o I Wo treatment s a tal thp a
Sparty program I the VA's Ft. Moard. Md. h f tor In- this over to sei te y h
S..part prg stance, te o dlcharge chron ueatleats "It fer r n i to eme &atic tafer. o
Shas nowa to .t the' iAilber of ul.. anxlo M taet able to wk' t m
'She's baking another sake for her sergeant friend from IT d b activity If .lleasurabl .e i 1S1S .
Korea--trying the same tricks on him that worked on youl" I'. thneierl i fl t this y pld W p f c Ita i the tr o. el t
'anw.,dnw "g w ad Man.. .'.dte progreaivne m isteiraEl
ew ..y. h.e t, t .st s are .. to use this ntNew coVA thpsinr- ed hIo.
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4hansai* at bvar*
elaM'lg, .weh ceedt hibun-
IRut rnts p1o Ign-eore
lene. o bey eroe- atE border
by droe to get the. of ed
Adenmaer thankea te& Preal-
dent fb the food and said "I
oul be tularly grateful If
the United satu ,dm~lptaon
that reyf-progfpam by making
warm cl ng." t nde rwear,
stockings and -oea available to,
the men, women d children In
the detrabd areas." -


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S oomat ve ye ar of Rt i area In the
WWI n according to the U.S.
Be. te Coamerce apartment In a re-
ma ableto were, port lsed today
i the ch eople art A Retatiou have up by
ng war, but per eat w Me a the on-
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from the Ilinois civiL defense
dres n er
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adid turn up on he- soil.
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alm t he the te the air-
The incident, left Air Force
officials almost speecklems and
brought a stemr denunciation
from the IllinIs vtldefense
director.
"t was all d to-abe an
teen Po t e pemie. Ia Air
Force in ame & Russian- really
did turn up on home soil.
But thine got fouled up
almohit the time the airo
one- e thile trrom the state

Walked In, the buldi an
0"surrendeed.'r
"I am a participant in aso
air defense exercise. I am to
bd regarded and treated as an,
ar crew member. I have
ut .wed .out and.t y nded
narthwert oit oMagw aboWt
0 intes ago. I am surren6
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sa the Amean- rublte


anedt excasnge fo no z
SInter-Ameraole ai and pro.

Cooperan n pla for the
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esterenca he Anter-AmercanM
Comaiusaion of Women,; ch agen-
cyof the prantg d to. o Amer-
ilcan Stats (OAB) .Ot auiet
ing in the arangbta e the
U.S. stpte Department, e Pan
Amerloan U the OAS Sebre-
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l explained that the lp-
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Bf Gen. Robet W. Wod..
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.thetol r t ,o iey a. '-
government contract 'could
only have been accomplihed
by exertion of political In-
fluence at 4he hht level of
the Trman amnstratl."
"I am detomlnad, be added,
"that thk* Rubica admils-
tration and Conge shall
neither continue -areon4one
suaha... ofi tavpay-
oral monm.

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BTATE8VIZB NC. Sept. 2
(UP)--One of tIW, 's ten
most wanted -bkCFr-who
said he always unlebd Ms5 gun
before a stickup to av6ld hurt-
ing anyone was 5 emqole to 10
years in prison here tpday.
The defendant. Jack Gordon
White, was broujMt to -tri1 In
Western District federal court
and pleaded guilty to unlawful
flight and auto theft.
Asked if be had any state-
ment to make White replied, I
don't think I could say any-
thing that would help me. I've
never hurt np ayone. I always
took my bullets out before go-
il on a Job."
Judge E. Y. Webb sentenced
him to five years on each count.
White, who was on the FBI's
ten most wanted list for about
thiee months, was arrested In
Seattle, Wash., lapt Aug. 27 aft-
er a cross-country sptee of
holdups ano ar thefts.
FBI Ageat Stanley 0. Fettle
testified that White escaped
from a Flrida prison after serv-
ing seven ,ears of a 31-year
term for armed robbery. He was
a trusty and ust walked away,
Fettle said.
White came to North Carolina
where charges against him In-
clude two armed robberies at
Asheville ad 13 cases of break-
Ing land entering in Henderson
County, Fettle aid.
Although he did not take the
witness stand. White protested
that he did not commit all th
crimes charged against him.
"Another man in the state is
going by the same name and
they have put those -crimes on
my record." he qald.
Judge Webb startled-the court
by asking, "'7 he craw"
In the nine months after he
left North Carolina. lFettle said.
White committed 39 crimes a-
cros the nAtion, tAuuaing three
car thefts and several holdups.
White Is also wanted for es-
cape In his native state of
Georgila and In Florida. Au-
thortles Id he would proba-
bly have t face the many
charges against him after serv-
Sint the federal terni imposed
here.


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Shipping & Air Line News

Cristobal To Sail Fri4ay Leass; "1. d. Longsdom: Antho-
With Only 52 Aboard ny G. Lynii: Mrs. Dorothyv I.
0d1.y 52 passengers have been May; Mrs Marie May; Miss Ma-
booked to sail Friday on the ria E. Moncada' Captain Sidney
Panama Liner Cristobal on its W. Peterson and Miss Mary J
return trip to New York one of Phlops,
the smallest passenger lihta in Mr. and Mrs. H. Marvin Rid-
many months, die; Mrs Dina de Rowinski
Among the well-known Canal Reuben Seidman. Miss MariL1i
employes sailing on the Cristo- Smith; Charles J Sorrell: Mr..
bal will be Harold R. Feeney. Erene Sbltzer. Mrs Florenc.
chief of the Contract and In- Soudei. Rev John H Townsenid
section Diviyion. and Charles Rov W. Wheeler James F.Wirh
H. Crawford, chief of the local- Marion B. Woodruff. Mrs Al.ic
rate Employment' Branch of the Wooldridge: Mr and Mrs Jo
Personnel Bureau. Crawiord will Zonsinski. Israel Zonsinskl.
be accompanied by his Aife. -- ------ ---
The complete advance, list of Mcarth
passengers for New York follo'.s: *1fariy C HarVe
Mrs. Gladys B. Baldwin. Fred
J. Bush: Mr. and Mr. Carl Reds ote B
Cetti: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Cra ford: Mr. and Mrs Anto-
1nio de Roux; Mr. and Mrs. Gui- fr US Troops
llermo de Roux: Edward J. Dui -
fy: Harold H. Feeney; Mr. anrl WA\SHINOTON. Sept 23 'UP
.Mrs. Jacob C. Fishe;' .Mr;- Sen. Joseph R McCarth:
'Fruncha de Fishman; and Mr ,R.Wis, said today tnat a Cli
and Mrs. Calvin L. Geiswite 'er employee of the Soviet For
and Mrs.William H: Harris: Mr gn Office in Moscow" ha.1 te..
and Mrs. Charles J. Hau h. I i]ed that Communists helpe"-
and Mrs. Charles 3. Haugh. wille some books 'id by thl
Mrs. Anne Hearn; Mr. and Mr nie s
Walter Hochuli; John A. Hunt. aimed services to instiuc
Edwin C. Jones: David 3. Kelle- ftoops
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ACROSS 4 Danger
1 Pear-haped 5 Butter '
fridt -substitute
fruit 6 Way of doing
4 Fuit of the 7 Finish
apple family 8 Fright
8 Citrus fruit 9BPart of eye
S2 Fruit drini 10 Horse's neck
13 Dash hairs
14 Maple genus 11 Work units
15 Dung beetle 17 Expunger
16 Depicting 19 Money
l8 Great joy drawers
20 Subterfuges 23 Move to miic
21 Nothing 24 Ordered
22 Kind of cheese25 Persian poet
24 Seethe 26 Heating
26 Ages devices
27 Health resort
30 Charm 71 4
32 Made a bird's
home 1
34 Kind of plutn
35 Fold is 1
36 Bitter vetch -
37 Tardy
39 Famous - -
English school
40 Ascend -2
41 Friday (ab.)
42 Arabic figure
45 Causes
49 Curses I -4
51 Negative word
52 Far (prefix) N -
53 Heroic deed
54 Direction (ab.)
55 Lampreys -
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ner; MiSS iLavernel u i, .L- 5so r Poems I F --
briel Dicker Lang; Miss Mae M15carthy said the itnPs- Wl." 7 Morning
,"- still a Russian national.'ts" 57 Morneng -
tiled the books ave the troopure
calculated misinformation He DOWN
.S Cretary Benson said the witness appeared before I Wilt
his Senate investigating subcom- 2 Sacred image ".
Emittee today ith Arminy Secre- -Flo.ers
Exhorts Bankers: [tar.v Robert T Stevens present. -----

'Slay With Farmersl tf in public Chinese-Held US Newshen
The Senator said the witness
WASHINGTON, Sept 23 'UP. old ie subcoliiiittee in clo.. M y
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra d ,,son that P personal, y FOCe rOpagand frial
T. Benson today urged the Ia- ., and advised xitni one man:
tion's bankers to "stay with \our ho wrote a book which has, 0 o
farm 'customers" despite their he0n used as ,ource material to "
reduc-d income., r ouTOKYO. Sept. 23 tUPi The If the pat Communis
He said some f a r m e r s are indoctrinate out troops. .Bamboo curtain" effectively efforts to mt pgand
"finding it more -difficult to re- hides the fate of three Amer- of Western .. a
pay loans now tha. hwlen farm ,McCarthy. aid the witness ians captured by the Chinese North Kor. Mtera -
commodity prices were rising" so .-l.o testified tilia "another book Reds south of Hong Kong last is followed, il Ze .wU be'nora nt
both banker and'borrower murt used by the military was writ. March, but there is a suspicion of the trio's -tve until t hey ave a
"olan carefully" to meet the "ad- ten by a Communist in London the Communists may be prepar- signed e Abiate' confes4al io
ju~tment" problems Which havelwho ipr-ivcd instructions from ing another propaganda *"spy" espionage. 4fd'the stage-
arisen, : :the Soviet Embassy there on, trial with the Americans aa the been set, V .;- e%0Pl6'
Benpon.addressed. a .breakfasthow to write part of the ma- victims. martial.o- e.o p-.r
meeting of the American Bank- terial. Such a trial would be accom-, Appleg. wf-,J
ers Aisociattion's agricultural panied by *confessions" andj correspo t t
comMissign. Afterward President. McCarthy said at least one of drum-beating against American Interpaii
Fisephower and Secrethrnrv. of th 1 tIi bookss us being used by the imperiallsin. I covered tt W
.Treasurv eorge M. Hurmonhri my as a reference work on The trio, newsmen Richard Radio has aas a bot gert-
rpanned to sro"- B t'rei, .ti 1 i slate as 1952. \ Applegate and Don Dixon and' les In its propaganda Mboad-
es' eionotiftheABA'stn rr t i l Other ueltne;ses in the case Merchant Marine Capt. Ben casts.
C mention (1 .Rspeechren o the ill be questioned in New York Krasner, with three Chinesel
rp ti.. ABA Pideit.W Hnr tomorrow behind closed doors. crewmen, were seized by a Chi- Emw bssy Workqr A
,ld Bredtob ,f t* ne "gr'-thy did not re eal the!nese Communist gunboat while U l I, ,
bp,'kers mpt..devAp9b "hroad- titles of any of the books He sailing in Applegate's small aY
er" viw of tieir reR.ponibili'- Four Panamanians have been Iyacht from Hong Kong to Ma OIIS In Nan ewlorK -r
'i nr hplV "p .a M r 2.l t auhoris cao March 21.'
S--t hFor six months no authentle ith Russian Wife


u ,'s u n,'g-p Sent To Prison r"Sav' Pl'X.......... .
'' thermore, our 0Fi X VS 0word of their fate has reached' hol. .


pc atedf ctionreill CHICAGO, Sept 23 UP An American intelligence ofl. Tucker ad he and h ife,
,vist help" by wrpqv9 .stgr 1tre F-#. oU. Inv.nto,. the outside world. Despite re- .Ew YORK.Sept._2 (Up -
S if whe e to oi d D Be 0 credited cal h ere s aid today he sticial had Eugen a, 29, will leave or h
othe h fnube's ndest urbane if hine 'e for ner l anomerican protests, day Peipin id n New Yoemba k and Washing-





thenb] ameAnof .the'Sent o rsonay Even the usually effective Chl-ton
Pdministrtibry 'S soundd ine k ar i for evadin Moscow have malintainellgenc sys ,"I m very ted" said ta,
Sa traplroeret a oran changed his plea of The silence refusing even to witet h tiee.Wh uin' wife he h
emr In rtiul h sid cnt tod to one of ut admit that the Ameriboo Cansr- Coe n t hdg you go tQ



Sus rdthern imorte nr fa m- rand hisatorne. Bernard Sokol. tain" from South China to a- top the i tate Build-
romplicated nk alke" that e- aed Jud Jlus Hofman to cao and Hon Kong have no n-' Thatant to do.
to be rnned' nlat that land CHICAGO Set 23 UPoffman re- WesAn American interly ligence ofi- Thucker said he td hIs wife
kersf we are o oid d- Ben Morgan. 70. credited cl here said today he still hadEugena 29, wll erave for his







*bit sn fr p ne'p*- 'od? Federal prosecutorss charged indicatesI to some officials that In aid' e
din been for overmen to nrearuh- '..th Morinven r d in d the bc m- not a scrap of information" as home In aansax Cil after a few
an' euarh fd sufnial disturbanceial chine used for general anes- to their fate. days in New Yo1k and Was hnt -"
eres. Benson said me .nroh.lsi. w sent4.000 ed today to Even the usually effective Juhi- ton.
'-" old can 'I flip keys fo the door tern has failed to produce a clup. brunte Mrs "r want.
c aoerivitiral nrosneritv and, Morgan changed his plea of The fact that refugees wnu see the-Vitth, Urn. W.Ift, U'
%enurlt' In aartieul'r he saidImn:)cent todav to one of guiltv filter through the "Bamboo Cpr- Con' aldld? You go 4
it is 'dnbbl" imnortwt for fa "m-nand his raLttrne%. Bernard Sokol. Lain" from South China to Ma- top ofthe St 81 ate Build-
rc Pnd hankers alike" that soe- a.4Kecd JudaL Juilius Hoffman to cao and Hong Kong have no in-' 2rThatb' -IWa1flto do
ul-tive ln:ins on land "0n' itnupeg:v e Moruan probation on formation on the three whiteI" Tw. -s-ways."
tn be nuirned' now that landnltounds of illness Hoffman re- Westerners a fairly uncom-1 T Th.cupJk !e Moscow
pr'.. V lpelled rf .i u .-d mon sight in that area today -operi. 4In l41i were married
'.it c,,e ne'e",' 'od." Federa I proserutors charged indicates'to some officials that In ,*Md tW49
thir,, it ua, been for -. ....ear rhit Morgi rePO:,1d income of the men are held In confinement haTud'r-a" 1 -ad aljId
lhqr farmers arcumul-tp and O R000 for tV.e %ears 1915 through 9Md are not being put on display 4for*. llhis W .a
:afestuard sufficient financial 1948 but.achtialh' spent $250000 for- Internal propaganda pur-1sept..1 190. I Q-granted
se erves." Benson said tInrirdlie $344.000 for a ninc, h. poses. June,p ..9. i r rnd


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Moll1 are: lot, M ; Iobertolevenflig at 8:0 .Ajt tbh Fort
Ores and Mr. Roy Oliekmn- iay N.C.O. Ctlu under the
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ani MNs. Ann I. Dvy; 3 Club
Mir. H. 0. Robinson aid Mrs Tew
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under A. TItet, and 5th, Dr. Cwt '=uoup Wnll)od a no0
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Center September 25 from CC et
5:00-to 7:00 p.m. Tickets are a ai wls hoald ro neta
1.0 for. adults, and 50 cents to ee h ay o
or chren. --'this week and Tuesday of next
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crew-mom the French Liner Xle
Sde Frince braved 35-loot waves
and We winds to rescue 24 of
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freighter Greenville remained
It aboard the. battered vessel and
IVone ftilor was lost overboard. '
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WSNC 6N eet. 2S (U d ntlyknow.
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Price: $5.95

Style No. 218


Same Bras, lastex
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Washes and dries in a jiffy. In satin and nylon lace.
Sizes: from 30-AA, to 36-B.


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Style No. 608

For low neckline
and strapless, in
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lace.
Sizes: from 32 to
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32 to 40 B, C

Price: $850


Style No. 618


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In satin and nylon lace. Sizes: from 30-AA to,36-.

Price; $&50


Style No. 908

Strapless bras, sat.
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In satin with nylon lace,.with garter for stockings.
Sizes from 31-AA to 36MB


Price: $1095


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Justo Aroeamna Avenue. cern r'34th Street.
Phone 3.1477 Main Store.
No. 8 'ivoi AVepe Phone 2-,31"
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Ition ta te Navy personal. Left to-.bt are: kneeling. Mrs. Mary Anna
Mrs. Jane Heffner, Mrs. VI,da Ip sna Mrs. Idga Kaplan, Mrs. Rina Ola-
[prgan: tending, George W AIe, O.JAmes Carson, DCI, Mrs. Lillian Ken-
1, BM1, Ms.Clara Albritton, Tony. Blradlield, BM.1 Mrs. Jean Meints, Clay-
Mrs. D Eldridge, Ms. 0 Ile ChIa, Mrs. Leah Watson. Mrs. Vera Brown,
Mrs. Irwin. Misa ERun wo ,-Mrs. Burnelle Mahaffey.


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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama ,
Nu. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 1-2201. and

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


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE 60 cycle 9.2 cu. ft
General ,ieclric refrigerator $250.-
00, Magic Chef gas stove. 2 glass
door ovens $250.00, Zenith Trans-
oceanic radio $80.00, Webcor au-
tomatic record player $35.00,
floor fan $30.00. wrought iron
table wit' gloss top and matching
chairs $75.00. All only used s.x
months, phone 3-0176, Panama.
OR SALE:-6 piece mahogany lI-
Singroom set ith cushions and cov-
ers, $100.OC; 2 desks $20.00C
each. Baby carriage bathinet and
cr:b new $40.00; 2 diningroom
tables and 4 choa.s t.h sI,. coY-
ers, $40.00. 2 standing lamps S5
00 each. House 5066-B, Diablo
Tel. Balboa 27"5.
-OR SALE:-Fig,.d,.e refrigerator
perfect mechanical cor-d't'on. $12
Real Host 4-bi-ner gas slo., oaer'.
broiler, perfect mechanical cond,-
tion, $60. Mag.c Chef Gas Stove
$25. Mahogary spool double bed.
mattress, $65 Mahogant single
bed, mattress, $60. Mohoganr
serving, table,. mahogany bullet
glassware, M sc. Telephone Pan-
ama 2-3067, otirer 6 p m


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmoble 76
Duty paid. Fine condition, radio.
May be seen throughout day at
Balboa Garden. $1,250 cash. Must
sell soon. Ask for Johnson.
FOR SALE: 1949 Sububan Carry
All, nevw tires, excellent for com-
mercial use, motor like new. Smoot
y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Con-
tral Ave. Tel. 800. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile 76
De Luxe, 4-door sedan, new Oc-
tober, 1949, excellent mechanical
condition, excellent tires, paint re-
touched, new seat covers. Original
owner, no accidents, $1,200. Tel-
ephone Panama 2-3067.
FOR SALE:-'47 Dodge Con. with
radio and new tires, motor guar-
anteed. Smeoot y Hunnicutt S. A.
16th. St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800
Colon.
FOR SALE: 1953 table model.
Zpnr.rh rodo-phonograph, Balleri-
ra dishes. Phone Albrook 7181.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Stetion Wa-
gon, duty paid, new tires., very
low mileage, ideal tfor large family.
Apply Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A.
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"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via EspafiR No 34 Panama. R. P.
(Bsella Vta Thatief WI..

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


MISCELLANEOUS
%e Fee ve a dbkft--pablema
Wile Alehem ImuM. Eg
20S1 ANe.. C Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" street, rner
telephone 2-3479, Panama.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:-Steel tanks for storage.
Capacity 1 tank 5,000 gallons. 1
tank 500 gallons. Located at: Cris-
tobal Coaling plant. Sheldon Steel
Corporation. Phones Cristobal 3-
1052 or 3-1053.
FOR SALE: Fine puppies, Wolf.
Noe. 48 East, 50th street, facing
Baturre's.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS
U. L WOLCOTT FOR SALE
Sealed bids. for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M.
November 18. 1953, in the office
of Superirtendent of Storehouses.
Balboa, for sale of U. S. WOLCOTT.
with properly and parts. For infor-
mation and inspection, contact Mr
G. Gregory, telephone 6-187. In,-
totion No. 13 may be obtained from


FOR SALE:-Kenmore vacuum clear. t irn. Santr.i nAvnu,., l. v.t he above source or from
er withall all ollachmenti. 5.4' 0,0 j0 Colon. loflice of Superintendent of Store-
Second street 2D29.A, Curundu FOR SALE 1951 Nash Rambleilhouaes. telephone 2-1815.
Telephone 83-6172. Station Wagon, new tires and bat-iFOR SALE:-Chain Drive Trcvycle
Se P iti ter 5 peace, iingroom set,' CustOmr Goud condition. 1850-A, Cacao St.,
Wanted Position made. 100 pullets. 5 months old Balboa. Phone 2-2378.
__-------------------- Telephone Panama 3-51"79.------------
Bilingual Secretary Seeks Position.. Telephone Panama 3-5179. FOR SALE:-Stere Realist Camera
Avairable October first. Thoroughly FOR SALE 1948 Dodge 4-der. flash, viewer, many extras. Pro-
conversant all secretarial work and new point, new tires, beautiful in section screen, 70 x 70. Take
office routine. Highly recommend- and out. Smoet y Hunnicutt S. A. $100.00. Loss. E. Duke, Diablo
ed by present employer. Phone 2- 16th St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800 Clubhouse,
5444, Panama. Calon._ FOR SALE:-Typewr.ter, stamps col-
Fe SA FORI SALE: Mut be ueii. 1950 election, gas stove, very cheap, leav-
FR AL Chevrolet, Ileck. 4-door. recon- ing Panama. Apply phone 2-4013
ditioned all through. Smeot y Hun- Panama.
Real Estate nicutt S. A. 16th St. Camnri Ave. -_
Tel. 800 Colon. FOR SALE:-2 puppies, part boxer,
FOR AI FL:-Corner Inot one hectare 00. Air rnompressor 95 00 2-


in Cerro Campana. Call 3-2949
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth lires
suitable for recondition.ng. "Pe-
constructorao Nacional" No 7, Pru
Avenue. Telephone 2-0406.


FOR SALE:-Pontiac 1952 Hydroma-
tic 6, two door, dark green. 5,000
miles Monugcr's private car, per-
fect condition, $2.100 can be fi-
nanced. Panama 2-0620.
FOR SALE--1950 Custom Ford Se-
dan. 9 cu. ft. porceloan Frigida're.
large electric fan, Misc. household
iTnms. all priced for immediate
sale Phone 4-160. after 3 p m


4492. 5824. Rousseau. Diablo.
FOR SALE:-Singer electric sewing
machine, new model, 206. Tel.
Balboa 2494.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
Fk SAL:F. i' boat 1in H P


Diplomat seeks furnished 3 bedroom FOR SALE:-1949 Buick, Dynaflow. Johnson with day tank, trailer and
house. Telephone 3-0388 Panama radio. set ecers, in very goed canvas cover, fully equipped, reg-
llf i condition, like nvew. Smoaet y Hun- sister No. 690. Telephone 6240.
LOST & FOUNu ni.utt A. 16th. S. Central Ave. Curundu.
__---------------------_____ Tel. 300. Colon.
LOST:-Dalmation Dog that answerste POSltlOn Offr
to the name "Bot6n" If found;r'OR SALE -1952 Mercury Monte- Position Offered
please telephone Ponama 3-0566 rre,,. Bue, radio. new trees Plastic WANTED: Capable experienced
Finderwil be rewarded seat covers. Heater, Call Curundu sales man or woman for retail
... 79_------_ _- business. Must ha'e neat appear-
a OR SALE Hillman Minx, 1952 anTe and speak fluent English aon
Sr $1 100. 8.000 miles. perfect con- Spanish. Must be a willing worker
Trallflf IVil lr I diton Duty free, financing pos- and able accept responsibility. Send
S / I I di| I s;ble Lt Shore., Navy Pacific. 3212 photo, qualifications, references
Ma ilsal Klled v.da's,' 2295. evenings and salary desired to Box 1399
Ancon. Canal Zone.

With Same Pistol Phi Theta Kappa Jewish Feast
EVANS,, Colo Sept. 23 (UPI, -Elects Officers O en Tpn t
A town marshal and a traffic! At the annual fall election of wTos nigh
violator shot each other with the officers for Phi Theta Kappa,
same pistol today and both were national honorary scholastic Succoth. the Feast of Taber-
killed. Ifraternity in the Canal Zone nacles, will] e ushered in at sun-
.iTunior College Hector Miran- down today and will continue
There were no known witness- da 'as elected to serve as pres- until Oct. 2.
Ws to the shooting. but Sheriff ident for the school year 1953-
Bill Tegtman reconstructed it 54 Rabb Nathan Witkn, Director
thi.s way: .. .. The list of ofer and me- o the USO-.IWB Armed Forces
ahis w ay: The list af officers and mom- Servize 'Center. and Auxiliary
Jamtes Gallegos. 21. went tobes which comprise th upper Chalan. United States Army
the home of Town Marshal 10r of the total studentbody of Caribbeain Uniteard tibbean Army
Richard Ware. 51. to argue about last college term. s redomn- Caribbeand, will cond Caribbean Air
a traffic ticket. Jantly citizens of the Republic of services for Succoth at the USo-
Ware got dressed and went Panama. Four of the five mem- JWei flub. La Boca Road.
outside. Gallegos fired two shots bearss are so listed. This festival commemorates
hittingR Ware below the left he vice-preident will be El- the wandering of the children
shoulder and in the head. I via Chung. with Hellana Fllis of Israel in the wilderness after
Ware wrested the gun from' elected secretary. while Ruth Ca- their deliverance from Egyptian
oallegos and fired twice. one nep, a will serve as Treasurer. bondage, when they were com-
,ullet piercing the right temple. Joyce Chennallo in the post of pelledt dwell in huts or booths.
Then both died of their oun cil Member completes the A tropical succah or booth. de-
'wound.s. list of officers, with Prof. Subvert corated with palm fronds and
Turbyfill an the faculty sponsor native fruits and vegetables, will
Funeral Services le a be constructed in the patio of
Funeral Services Phi Theta Kapoa Is an active the USO-JWB Center. This will
campus organization as well as be the setting for the consecra-
SFor Mrs. Merchent the hhest scholastic honor lion of the bread and wine.
Sw.hiCh can come to a college stu- _____________
9 .t For Thursday dent in the United States. Regu- a n Dis
Solar meetings are scheduled for Dacosta Benn Dies,
eral services will be held Octoer november. February,
Thursday at the Chtrch of God a March of ach ear uneral Friday
in Monte Oscuro for the late. .
Mrs. Julia Merchent who died Army Assinnment Dacosta Benn. A resident of la
yesterday In Santo Tomas Hos- ABoca. died yesterday at Uorgas
pital. I Hospital yesterday at the age of
The services will be held at Col Robert F offev has 42.
<:3'O.mn. Burial is scheduled for been P-slire s PS Istant chief Funeral services 11 bll he held
*'.rn. in the Pueblo Nuevo of staff. (-3. He-dnuarters U.S. Friday at 19:30 unm. in tY'e Co-
Cemetery. lArmy Cprlbben brhp anno' need. rozal Chanel. The furrrPi oro-
M,1r.. Merchant is survived bv Lt Cnl Arden W. Dow for. cession will leavp fi'om the Loyal
her daughter Lrrlene Wheatley, mer acting 'sistant chief of David hall on N Street.
two spns. Gilbert and Alexander t?ff r-3 will now asu're the Mr. Benn is vived by 'hip
twnch and three grandchildren. duties of'executive officer, G-3, wife, Myrtle, and t vo children.


PAREDES


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CARLTON DRUG STORE
10,059 Mel6ade. Ave.-Phone 256. Col6n

PROPAGANDA, S. A.
"H" Street oamer Bstudlante St.
Phones 2-214 and 2-2798


RESORTS I FOR ALE
Foster's Cottage. On mile t '
Santo Clara. Ptose br, your| Autombiles
linens. Phone Balboa 2.1 866.
WILLIAMS Snto Clara Beach Cot- --
toges. Large. comfortablI, modern.
near beach. Balboa 3050 xcept | '
-weekends.
Gramlich Sontoa ClarU lwchaot-
tiges. Electric Iceboxes, 9 fov tes.
moderate rotes. Telephone 6-441 |
Gumboa; 4-567. Pedro A sl. .I


PhlIlips. Oceanside cottageai-" Santo I
Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3.1877. Cristebal 3.1673. I
Houses on beach, Santa Clara. Also
In COOL Campone mountains.
Phone SHRAPNEL. Baibe 1389
or see caretaker there. i
SFOR RENT I
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FOR RENT.-Completly furnished
modern very cool residence in Bella o
Vista 46th Street No. 22. Porch. I
lvingroom., diningroom, 3 bed-I
rooms, hot water, pantry, kitchen, ri
garage and patio. Per month $200 'l
00. Tel. 3-0436 between 12:30'
and 2:30 o. m. II


FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room house. At Westwood Form.
Suitable two coIple. Tel. Balboa-
2756.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAIA APAITMiNTS
Modern 2. 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Coll at Alhambrai'
Office 8061, 10th Street, Colon.
Telephone 1386,
ATTENTION &. I. Just built modern
furnished apartment, one, two
bedrooms, hot and cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern and cool
apartment in Campo Alegre resi-
dential section. Further informa-
tion phone 3-0439.
FOR RENT-One bedroom apartment.
sea view, unfurnished, cool. No. 2.
Uruguay street.


FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment.
living-diningroom, garage. Very
cool. Telephone 3-3393, Ponqar.


FOR RENT:-Lroe apartment; -just
remodeled. No. 8, Colombia street.
Can be seen doaily, Tel. 3-0338.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished rooms for
one or two gentlemen with or with-
out meals. Juslt Arosemena Ave.
57, corner 34th Street.


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1950-4-door sedan, Model I
600. Sun visor, radio,
Vent shades, T.T. green,
seat covers, good w/s/w
fires, 31,245 limes..
$995.00.
I 1951-4-door edan. New
tires, T.T. green, plastic
seat covers, 10,853 miles
... $1195.00
I 194-4-door. New tires,
mew paint (dark'green),q
seat covers, radio ...
$795.00.
1950-4-door. T.T. blue,
automatic tram., radio,
seat covers, 41,904 miles
... $995.00.

1950-4-door. T.T. brown,


I at Covers, good tires,
F0or rin iS 22,835 mis. $995.00.

Briltin Hwrs I95-4e-s-d black, 1ea.
-'" "" er uph., god tires, spot.
LONDON, Sept. 23 (UP)-, light, 24,631 miles...
Hanging is just as good a way, $995.00.
as any to execute a criminal, a
royal commission held today .I ir
after a four-year study. 1947-4-door, good tires,
The COt.1nlan said electro-. '" a l lke a top ...
cution or the gas chamber of-i $47S.00.
fers no ad$ant0es over the old- .. ti
fashion" hag [ll947-4-d00r, godf tires,
But i ned that theI good truble-ree trans
body o a .amged criminal bel portatan ... $475.00.
cut down w goon as a surgeon'
reports him dead instead ofbe-
.ink .tp .a.le eorhan hour, "' I A I
a ant d*om ak houre1 THESE NASHES
Recid tdons made by the' All AIT
comnMd Sp the government l ARE ALL
for ble iave action if Is
approved. Ip ve aetion IN BEAUTIFUL
Juries should be permitted to I mN n 'lN
specify widtb they favor ee- wCONDITION
cutlon for a convicted murder-:I
er. There are no charges of first SAFETY TESTED
or second degree murder in Brit-
ain. The verdict is plain mur- LND ARE BACKED
der and the death sentence Is ARE BA
pronounced subject to govern- '- WA
mbnt commutation. h AS ALWAYS
The survlvir member .of g. WITH OUR
suicide should be c-..rged
with aL dettung or ins'lgat-1
Ingg i intUead of wh |I REPUTATIOT
Th, e tor bang-
iiq I2IFI sed from 18 I I
21 year wl-te was split on I .
this, s.u the age lim- I

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Tallr TruwwAPtW saxter
CARLOS ELETA
and VALERIO TUAON
expert Mechanil In Utra-
matic and oramatic Traws-
malUon. offer their profus-
atonal services.
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Police AleIod

As hila Uni

Enforce Walket
SROME. Sept. 23 (tp) --tra
police were alMted bY theaov-
ernment today to guard
violence when' Italian I
enforce a nationwide, a4-btur
general strike, let for tolIit.
Italy's industrial life wl be
paralyzed by tVe walkout",
ed in protect f .._a.mwlg..
refusal to negoite a listo Ta-
bor demands.
Most of the Sation'sl fastode
willbe shut down. NeWP
will suspend publication. Woas-
ters and cinemas wl close. .toe.
page ot from tW6 to loSW hur" '
will disrupt local and subarU
transportation.
essential public servtc ha
been exempt by the untWil ZIO_
the shutdown. Most -hop a. nd
stores will remain open ', r
empinent civil servants wi:i blt
their desks.
Italy's farnetsu hve o"dew
similar protest strike fa Out. 0.
Government otflolals Idd* at-
tra riot police will be p 'sted at
50 labor raUllIe e .euluOd
throughout the .__.n -- in"
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3AINDRIDQU. Ga., SPt. 3
(UP)-TWdrtaU chuldnn su-
eated tIn tg andded lodte
here yuanrtty. brinting to at
lent i3 tIe ambrW f .Yv -
sters who have died In vfdlger-
stors &"O Ja.w
The tragedy here 1o1100d
weeks of latSivi public m-
algnisg tou p trem.u gn'
ilst such an mmInadent,
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per, at clvI mWiM r
the rmdlo ulne. .i W
incidents a-pp o e:
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IntertlWt tak on z IreW t
v~t to tq o d
AicAOance of he V66
tivala and Holy Daya.
The prements, Mr. and Vi.
Leonad rackman, ndedd
and appointed Mr. and Ma 0.
committee for the Tower Club
actlvite# In coInectio with the
Bell Vista Children's ome.
oThe fmlowin, emaberI and
no t atta endd: Rabbi and Mrsn.
atlhn Wtkip. The Very Rev.
and Mrs. Raymond T. Peris,
Mr. and Mr, Leonard Brock-
man Capt. MrWA. smes 8.
uC and nd Mrs, imtr .
Abbott, Mrs. Charle S. Aber-
th, thea Rev. and Mrs, W%_M
W.,' l, cnat. and Mrs. Har.
ry ach, Mr. and Mrs; C. W.
hase Jr. Mr. and Mrs. QUeir
C. Culp, MiU, carmen D r.
and Mn. WIlbur DuuisoIlbe,
Mr. and .MIs. James M. DyW,
Mr. and Mrs. George c. Dun-
lap, Cal. and Mra. R, 4. ,1zott,
Mr. and .Mr. W. 0. Fritsa, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert P. Feao MUr.
and Mrs. J. M. Ford, Mr..and
Mr. zlmer Oartder, Mr. Arc-le
all,. Mr .and- Mrs. red Oer-
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N4WW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP) Alie Reynolds,. AmEi ri!ALEAGUE
iafaia thie overpowering stuff that made him the TAM L Pet
k v itnke fpiteher in three previous Series, mow- Cleveland .61 .a53
.Chic ; J73
'Ad frn he Athletics in one of his best per- cmoh 52
formiances of, the year in New York's 7-2 victory last w aae.to- ; 7. I .503
*D =. De2roit s 0, .391
,IPh.la.el Phl hide i5 92 .380
UL. 97 .358
1.Th, bi flreballer, who has a remained one behind Gu Zer- t__ 4 9
S-MF tas t record, atrul alal, wo hit No. 42 in the A's TODAY'S GAMl
*nad held them to two lo to the Yankees. Larry Doby, Cleveland at COhtago
S .-i n omeven Inning before al=b homered for the Indians Phla. at.New Ye*
n tavor of Bob Kuza- while Minnie MifioMo of the No other games scheduled.
VLI,. O yielded Phiadelphih White Box reached the 100-mark _
.Is e runs In the eighth and for runs batted In with a two- TESTERDAY' SBESULTS
run homer. NIt Game
Satchel PSlke pitehed one- a e 000 0 11-2 5 0
S Te, 1 e"Sn. euotn the hit ball ter even inings and w-York S0 1 00sZ-7 15 1
V= grp ,.qa5 .4 victory got reulef aid from Dm'Lasen (11140)- op, Cole-
a* I vW6, aas eighth- 1t the last two St. Louis and Murray. Reynods 13-
ton dabg' completed their BIrowns-bAt the Detroit .TI- 21 K-Ran a nd Surray. yId
.-g aeo with a 0,17 re- ers,7-3, In the other Amer- 7 .
!h" league record loan League game. Night 'Game
Bte Ins a a- i Ed Mathews hithis 47th hornm- St. Louls 10 10M 002-7 9 0
S y*thue CarMnall. er as Milwaukee beat St. Louis, Detroit 100 000 020-3 5 2
S4-, but the Cardinas bounced Paige (3-9), Larsen and Moss.
SIn the. Aarl= League., the back to win the nightcap, 10-7; Miller (1-2), MarlWe Aber,
Wed Indiana took a three- the Chicago Cubs downed the Weik S rutorough aid ft.
StriS -d .over the White Box Cincinnatt Re .tlegs, 4-1. a1rer !ehi Gam- e . .. .
_-t twraeonda place Fred Baczewiaki shut out Cleveland 201 020102-8 10 0
.*ku- tlaqy bgat Chicago, 8-3-. frmer teammates,1-0. In the Chicago 002 OW 001-3 9 0
S Mal r te went the 41t.tance to opener while Curt S.1uona iFelle 14-e) and mHan. Pierce
:, t ,Wplerce azW scored gained his 15th triumph with a (1-12) C eer. ornelee-
of p10Wand the seven-hitter over the New York
.F. . Ony 12 Giants, 9-3. In N.L. night games.
an-r i tehhIve won more left to attempt the almost i- No othem game scheduled.
an the one-time Iowa .p ble task of overcoming Pu-
"in t il-po1 1ead _an, Raini NATIONAL LEAGUEl
a fourth straight National AMS W L Eet.
cl, cidf .'a AI.es bit his League batting title. B-fli 48 682
cj1w1&qi of. te seeason but -0o.. MiwI.nee s4 t J9.6s
Y3S S TA StLouis 12 68 .547
"T- I S A STAR Philadelphil 81 69 .540
NMleloft98 32 A.45
SClose hsAllie R of the a Cincnati t6 S .4.37
ke e, wheo .u out 1 aal Chiteago 63 87 .420
lielded otl two hite in perv Pittsburgh 49 102 .325
atw ings. asNo New York scored a _
A .t m Aftl AMr aV -- ."TODAY'S GANtiM
rW A An u P lay. Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
S.New. Mar a N ork. tPhlla. (N)
WIth, 0froi &O .UM_6iis, arIOllU', kek Chicago it at Cincinnati
Ing tb. pUarMd' Wat fa'litOO No other game scheduled.
the first.te at the Sunmit 11111s .
w. ub 'p the wmelend, the C lam YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
*bofl round of the PWGA .t, U ziU Pittsburgh 000 002 020-4 4 4
Bitjml Amateur Champlon Brooklyn 102 000 llx-5 7 2
Se W" PlSaed with une- i- Hogue (0-1) and Jano 'z.
p U ielr best to provide rm Erkine, Podr (9-4), La .le
0.. and Campawe.
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? :'dalt 45tel G Olickenh' ". Night Game
...A t..A *toHfaht mattk of the (R.y ir nnYork 1 0 200 000fl- 3 7 1


under-rated in right field... majors...made 1953's greatest
*.* L ut&rdi ry speed comeback, from .247 in 1952
'.-tiJ^'d ttipgh ex- to lead National League In
l .P..had .ine sea- batting. ..cured by winter op*
S. trbled at eratlon.. .best seventh place
times by side-arming right- hitter in baseball ... affinity
hapders . .,fltes spec- for bean balls... conked six
tafelar headfirst aides . times...tends to be sullen.
clutch player.


Ignited Braves Loaded To Give


Dodgers More Trouble In 1954
By HARRY URAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
--0o--
NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP) er Bill Bruton wilbhave another
FSme other major league clubs campaign under their belts.
may be content to let tb- races Eddie Mathews, who became
.emain stagnant, but not the the new home run king while
hbpped-up Braves. dispelling the so-called second-
The Mi'wriukge outfit hbQpes year Jinx, e., 22. Outfielder Sid
to do something about the Gordon alone among the reg-
Dodgers. ulars Is getting old. Andy Pafko
It's good bainepas. Is good for another couple of
Thd prot'J old Sudsville city, yers.
In its first season of big league The double play combine of
baseball in 52 ears, topped Logar and Dittier can't aTford
the .National- League-attiend- to. act'like athlete* carrying
ance record of. 1.,80,526, es- m zn on their backs for the
tafrtlshed W~ the Brooks of 1947. Bravew ad a phenomenal duo
Six theisand seats are to be with Jacks mville of the Class
added to County Stadium, giv- A Sally League in Felix Mantil-
inj It a capacity of 41.000. la and Henry Aaron.
Had we been able to accom- The latter a 19-year-old sec-
neodate that many this year we ond basemrin. won the most
would hmvt dmrwn money than valuhtble player award batting a
two amillop,' says General Man- shrieking 363. A five-foot 11-
ager. John J Quinn. inch 185-pound right hand bat-
It l tlust as well for the bucks ter, he made 207 hits good for a
office that the Braves finished total of 337 bases, with 36
second. It & assurance that the doubles, 14 triples, 22 home runs
tremendou.?'early enthusiasm In and 125 runs-tLtted-in in 136
Milwaukee county and the sur- games. He can run. swiped 13
rounding country will continue. bases. Mantilla. a 20-year-old
There Is considerably more to Puerto Rican shortstop. was not
the Milwaukee success story called Felix the Cat for no good
than the fervor of fans hungry reason and was hardly an All-
for big-tfme baseball Despito America out batting .227.
its seventh place finish in Boa- -oOo-
ton In 1952. Lou Perini trans- At least rive pitchers, one of
feared a pretty fa'r ball club to them an established standout,
Dalryland. are to be added to a staff al-
And the Braves are to be re- ready'deepla than most. Out of
Informed brcked up In 1954. the Amy come Chet Nichols
-000- and right-l-anded Phil Paine, a
Char',y Grimm's side is young pair o. 23-vear-olds. Southpaw'
down-zhrough the mid dl e, Nichols led the National League
where it counts most.Catcher Del in effectiveness in 1951 with an
Crandell, the second. base comi- earned-run average of 2.88.
bination of. Johnny. Loqan and Paine was a oain to the opposl-
Jack Diftmer rand Center Fleki: tlon as a fireman with an ERA
-of 3.09,
Up trm the miners come
Gerte CanlMey, Ra, Crne and
Larry Jgtsale. The six-foot
eight-Inch Conle is labeled
ready after being adjudged the
most valuable hand in the
I American Association and help-
ing Toledp. where Owner Perini
also struck gold, to the pennant
with 23 3vi tories. Crone, a blg
right-la er, and the left-
lohra*edjd alle each bagged 19
for Ja41t ville."
.The ves have pitkeers to
trade, wl ch doesn't hurt a bit
,W jpdub is looking for-say
-i8 tni. outfielder who can
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for NEA 8efvloe
A piteharata ta
Swaixing the it two
I ? manager puts in a
h :t ed relief hurle. Heb
Sthro al]then. ks the
rb acfscond base for the
ftir At this polat, with a
'lt batter upthe man-
ager 'dct4es to substitute tt
bsouthtpaw pitcher. Is this legal?
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tara y dteday and says tIe
heavyweight challenger Is "in


Boxing CGib Is
for a trlano
.Nor-s S. ays:
"tIf aeiano keep his title.
I wold llke to have hm defend
I February at rBaa iolco,
sa iai. New Yofor-k or C s.
NorrMis nentions Dan Wu-ero-
I. nklino Valdes, Don Caee l and
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Phila. 02 01 02x-9 13 1I
SJansen' (fti Koslo, Wil-
.halm Mael.&and.Katt.-Smmons
(15-13) and Bureas.
Fink G. .

st.% LouI 8 :
Burdette (15 0at nMall.
Miller (7-), d Rand,
Rice: -
Night Game
Milwaukee 010 101 00- O 14 4
St. Louis 010 005 ix-'10 11
Liddle (7-5), Jolly and St.
Claire. Preako. Chambers, White.
Brazle, Erautt (3-1), Haddix and
Rand.
First Game
Chicap 00W 00 000-0 6 0
Cincinnati 003 090 00x- 5 0
Church (7-8), Klippstein and
McCullough:'. Baeewskl (11-3)
and SemnitlSk.
Night Game
Chicago 001 030 000-4 9 0
Cincinnati .000 000 100-1 8 1
Minner (U-5) and Garagioln.
Perkowaki (12-11), Kelly, King
and Beminick. ,

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1 GOLFING 088 P FROM TiWE
LADIES OF THE FT, AMADOR
GOLFCUB
Beatifil w-eathdr prevailed for
the Amador ladle last Thurt-
dal, and they were thankful for
that because they wer. a group
of busy golfer, AHi played a
"Point" tournament their, week-
ly event: nearly all were,
qualifying for a two-month-
running Ringer. todrnarrant,
and a few were playing their
Club Championship. matches.
Prize Winnery f r the' PolMif
tournament (whih allowed
three points aqr bird, two
points for bars And one point
fo' bogeys plua l l-handicp)
were;
lst.-Dorla J ainto. 3C polnb.
d.-- I, Hamound, 25B
points.
SBCOOD f- ORT
,2d--BarbWrM 36 polats
S3-Martha -fw, 34 polt.
A "Putti .t ment wM
e pyed om-
ink. start vv rmkMAL 8:30
at the No. I tee Ft. Ama-
dci G0of Club. Letas have an-
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. Top Mound Performance


'hat Lopez


Gamboa Club Championship


Greenberg Denies T


Has Signed To ManaA
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World -eries Preview


ed as Redleg manager for R fi Immif
season, succeeding recently-fired P-W.6.A. Motly Regatta Committee,
Rogers Hornsby.
Greenbmrg said he will meet Tournament Huge Boat Owners Hold
with Lopes to discuss .next ,
year on completion f he Success At Davis Meetng Tonght
ular schedule. "Al Is going !
with me-to the World Series,
Greenberg said. "I expect to In spite of the numerous The organizing committee ef"
talk with him at hat time re- tournaments going ou for the the launch races scheduled for
guarding his con act for next women golfers, the monthly thit Sunday at Taboga re-
year. PWGA tournament held at Fort quests that all speedboat own-
Davis Golf Club proved to be a era launches and oethebm d
Sp rt, re "huge success. New members, as motors) of the Republic and
poJUnS DrieS well as the "regulars" enjoyed the Canal Zone attend a _e-
a nice sunny day which helped lial meeting tonight at %
By United Press their games a lot. "Caft del Periodista" (Pa.-
Marie Parks, present women's ama Press Club) on Evaade
The British Ryder Cup golf champion at Brazos Brooks. Ave. No. 21, one block frms the
team has lost Captain Henry showed the rals that she not on- Santo Temas Hespital
Cotton for next week's matches ly scores well at her home course The meeting is headed t
with the United States in Lon- but can do as well elsewhere by get unnderway at 7:45. Imer-
don. Sir Horace Evans. one of shooting a very nice 81 to win tant matters eencer ing the
Queen Elizabeth's doctors, says the low gross prize for the Taboga races will be discuang
Cotton Isn't well enough for the month. ed.
strain of International golf... A special "encouragement a-
_000- ward" was given to the golfer |PrI*ze L Vs
A strike by construction and having the hardest time outtingla fr .Leavwa
maintenance workers threatens for the day and this prize was
the Friday re-opening of the Las won by Nelva Spagna and Betty Him Stone Col t*
Vegas Race Trackc. Some 50 Slaughter, who tied for this ****H imne C d .
workers walked off the fob yes- prize.
terday when 16 operating en- BLOOMINGTON. Ind. Sept.
gineers were scheduled to be re- The other winners of prizes 23 (NEA) Bill Prucha of San
placed by stationary engineers, and their net scores: Francisco no doubt wonder
The new track opened Septem-I whether thb trio wps worth 4.
ber fourth, then shut down four Ruth Lincoln 73 The former football star S-
days later when the pari-mutuel Joyce Kulig 74 celred a door prize for having
machines failed to function Betty Coleman 74 come to the longest dista e
properly... Ellen Kenna 76 come to the londian's ddma
000-oEva Jones 77 to attend Indian"'.1Adae saps
-o0 Ev Jones Tf 7 party composed of atfhleteswM
tou Fageol of Seattle received Betty Fitch 78 pad played for the Hoosters
the thrill of a lifetime yester- Margaret Leigh 79 The prize: a huge oostone bench
day. President Eisenhower pre- Jean Philllpp 7 too he prize: a huge tone ben
sented Fageol with a trophy for' Jane Gnospellus 79 too heav to lift!
winning the President's Cupi Louise Reynolds 79 i
Speedboat Regatta Sunday. Fa- Beverly Dilfer 80 their donation of 2 dozen bet-
geol set a record 90-miles an Bonnie Pool 80 ties of beer. -
hour for the 45-mile course with Edythe Mathleson 82 Next month the regular P. GA
the boat, "slo mo-shun.'" Jane Huldtquist 83 tournament will be held at Bra-
_-Oo-- Nellie Humphreys 90 zos Brooks. At this time, not o
Fort Wayne of the National Marguerite Holland 90 will be regular monthly tourney
Basketball Association has sign- be held but a "one day tourna-
ed former Columbia Universityi Our thanks to Jack 8hor who ment" for the President a0g.
ace Jack Molinas. The six foot donated a bottle of Kings Ran- Better mark the date now lit
six inch Molinas averaged al- som Scotch, the National Distil- you forget Saturday. Oct. IT
most 22 points a game last sea- ers for a bottle of Atewood and at Brazos Brooks Golf and Coua-
son. to the Cerveceria Nacional for try Club. Be seeing you then!!


Ad.


THF tS- ruriUo is enJoying his finest season with the Brooklyn club. FWfllo ien -
siAjtaM! ner of good spe, picks drives off walls and scoreboards while flngting (r m
Nati .,gue batting championship* The Readhn Rifle Psee the strngeMt Sm4 Bnp t
7; ...' _... -.. tacurate arm am b (A___


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e Redles ,Tourney Slated Next Moit4
pg8- o -
Gamboa Golf and Country en's Champion, and receive
Club announces their 1953 Club appropriate trophy. r
CLEVELAND, 0., Sept. 23 (UP) Championship Tournament. Play during qualifying
.- General Manager H a n kI This will be a match play will be restricted to 3 an4 4
Grenfberg of the Cleveland In- tournament made up of three matches. Play will be iOW-nw J
dians said today reports that Al flights, sixteen goiters to each by U.S.G.A. rules Ms
Lopez las been hired as man- flight. locally. Anv local rules of l
ager of the Cincinnati Redregs Matches will be made up ac- or procedure will be i
are "entirely incorrect." cording to results of 18 hole the Clubhouse.
I qualifying rounds to be played on The reason for this tourna-.
"The story is way off base,' !Oct. 9, 10 & 11. ment Is to try and settle 1
Greenberg said. "There is ab- This tournament is open to all hole arguments as to who Is th ,
solutely no truth In it. Al Lo- Gamboa Club members, ladles best golfer n Gamboas. Not wst
pez Is our manager for the rest and gentlemen. Entries having a can win the most seats, gf,
of 1953, and he definitely fi- Gamboa Golf Club established balls, or free drinks: but who tI
gures in our plans for 1954. handicap will be allowed 34 the real chame golfer. With %3
"I consider Al the best man- handicap throughout all play in handicap allowance it's anyone's
ager In the major leagues," the tournament. All others will trophy.
Oreenberg said. "I think he has play from scratch.
done a wonderful job for Cleve- Eight beautiful trophies have Several women have already
land There has never been any been obtained by the Gamboa complained because the Meda. -
thought of letting him go." Oolf Club and are on display in list trophy has a man's flgur1
Green's latest denial ,i the Clubhouse. Tronhles will be on it. so I guess they exoe' t -M
the msrg'firml silna ee t awarded to Medalist Winner In win that too. If one of the troa
thrto t iru lsinceg reports each flight, Runner un in each ohies are won by men, the hind-
agrtedo circulating several eeks. flrht and Women's champion. icanper will resign, and there
ago that Lope was through. The ladies will be competinE will be a aneclal trophy for "men
abe Paul, general managerTof for all of the above trophies, and onlv" next year.
friedlegs, i a lose personal the ladv member .who advances! There will be no entry fee for
friend of thea Cincinnaevelandmanager farthest will be crowned Worn- this tournament.
today that Lopez has been sign-


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Pilot's Ego Prevents True


Exploitation Of Champion


As Fighter And Personality


By MURRAY
NEA Staff C
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OLDERMAN
correspondent
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GROSSINGER'S, N. Y., Sept. me all my life. But now the-,
:23 Upste.ir in the frame cot- look at me different, a
Stage bounding the country air- k.nd of awe and res Aet, like
Sport at thwi mountain retreat I'm some other fellow. Every-
the champ was getting a brisk body calls ine champ.
rundown. "Allie Columbo, he qlls me
Downstai:s, a stocky man who champ, too. He'll say, "Well
smakes ciga ets in a holder and champ, what's on the agenda
looks at yuu over the "top of tonight? But he's ust givir
-Hy rimless gla'ses with a mixture me the needle."
r of smugne and suspicion, was -oOo-
dictating who should take pio- Marciiano the mar. hadn't rub-
...2q tutes and when, you could take bed through to the general pub-
",1" to the champ, and who. He lic. Stroll iim down Broadway
dominated the scene, and pur- in a rush hour, and scarcely half
7 Weih.*.-. pose fully so. a dozen people might recognize
Sd-S4 or.. 34 "You'd think Al Well was him. He's walked a block un-
Che~E.xp... 'L fighting for the heavyweight noticed.
Retch.. .66 champeenship," groused one Compare that with' thead-
s visitor. ulation wildly thrust on a Demp
SW t...3. I Upstairs, Rocky Marciano, the seysey or a Baer or any work
S... fighter with the eyes of a doe, champion oW the past. It can't
*** relaxed complacently as Allle t( that Marciano lacks glamor.
S. ''Thig '" Columbo, his boyhood Brocktop What better hero substance
SW .. !pal, massaged his short, heavy have you thann a scrapptig kid
Foream ...12 arms. Trainer Charlie Goldman of immigrants who came out of
puttered around. a shoe factory to fsltic glory
National Boxing Club publicist, World War II with combat en-
taunted, "What a racket. You gineers?
Sbox two minutes; you get ,rub- What better material have
by !bed down two hours and you you for the iWAtortalizatiob
collect $250,000." build-up than 39 liockouts in
Rocky's retort was quick: 44 undefeated fights, 11 of them
JnLE W IL IET-AM "'Who you talking' about--Wal- ine the first rounuL What light-
JO Ei W I L A S. cott?" er has carried niorp power in a
So-000o- single devastating punch?
Donwstaiis. Well harriagued a --000--
GROSSINGER'S--On March 24th, 1950, Rocky Marclano and photographer. "You can't take On top of that Is Marciano's
Poland LaStarza fought for the first time and with disputatious no more pictures. Toe fighters blend and humility and ai-
.rsults. Apparently there was definite understanding the winner go to rest. fntbillty, natural pfinse xpnative
4ould give the loser a return match in reasonable time Now, We corrad h for a qu ntells si gence and fine xpth
skactly three years and six months later, the promise is about W corraed.nYove had Marcano bues- one yefoir of high school.with
4 be honored. five years now. Al, You ve seen You can turn him loose- in
S Always there is design in such delays. Generally the winner him grow II.to a championship any gathering, and he'll handle
SAlways there is design in 'dey. 1 G"n fighter. what change do you see himself adtoltly.
4d his manager feel the% were lucky to have got the decision as fighter. What ch an do you s Put him with the man down-
airmajority insist in this instance. and since honor is notexac tly I don't see no change." Well Ptairs, Al Well, and he'll recede
sacred trust in the fight game the promise is convenietl said. Hsee tened to me then, intl o the background. he'll recede
ignored. Sometimes the reason is personal. The manager or the and he listened to me now" Bento thcae it'Weko wun ho
fthter has developed a vindictive distaste for the opposition, an he istns to m now. Because it aO who init
Upstairs Rocky as saying, Gii being the. iDiub oa$2.0ttvr
-, i .. ..........ivhnn th's anle has "The difference in being champ associated Wlfc.UW. c .T
Appropriate and logical material for ballyuoothis angle a matter of pride. I feel now true th.t Wei a
bn consistently stressed in the current fight, camp literaturel got to lve o up to being the in taking .
4th a view to convincing potential customers that Marcan est t wor It taoesa and. gotintolv t begI
dcked LaStarza out of fear..."If he wasn't afraid, why wouldn't est in th used torld. It ntakesga ti Is .
he fight him?...ht seemed a good question, a that. w"People treat me with more But hii tg. i' h tflat it
So. sitting at breakfast esedawith the champion and Al respect. Take those three uys prevt t tr pltaton
Well. his manager. in their hilltop, airport cottage here, I re-l waiting downstairs. They're of Marleann on I merUitas a
l -ested enlightenment. From Brockton. They've known fighter and a tY

"It is a long story." said Mr. Weill. deftly holing out with a .. T -.- -
spoon shot to give him par for the fruit cereal hole immediately 1 |__.p nib y- 1P1-'r r t.l V
under attack. T"Il skip the details." I =dJiJ" 135-PoundU H al.liaC .a a]U .
(The details. I had previously learned, concerned a percent- -
age arrangement which enriched LaStarza more than Marciano F-
and was arrived at in a manner which evidently outraged Mr. B -g Role For 1935 TT s
Well's sense of fiscal equity.) '. R ole o 1935 T i
"To begin with." continued Mr. Weill. "I'll admit all along I -,
had only one goal in mind. A fight with Joe Louis. It called for a .
waiting game so I waited. I knew it would be worth it. I It is unusual that emphasis is drives hard5 s,.af ve n au.
placed on the "little-man" of here .h.iuit h' becoal
WHO PLAYED IT SMART? football, in fact more often that an advantage, hs i e sma i
not, the gridiron coach won't] halfback In bel-f ,- evasive
Mr. Weill paused to get Inside a beaker of steaming java... give a second glance to a 135-,runner.
"But if they play it smart iLaStarza and his manager. Jimmy pounder when building for aI
DeAngelo' they beat me to Louis. anyway. Keep in mind I'm season against heavy competi- Of Connard one thing Is cer-
matchmaker at Madison Square Garden at the time I'm not tion. tain when gafb time rolls a-
supposed to have Marciano but everybody knows I got him. I round and he starts his tackling,
"As matchmaker I offer DeAngelo Irish Bob Murphy. No dice. This will not be the case for' blocking and running in earnest,
I offer him Kid Matthews. No dice again. And I think he can the 1953 edition of the Cristobalithe opposition win know that
beat both of 'em. maybe Then Jim Norris. my boss, steps in and 'half-back positions. I they have beep hit by every
offers them Louis. This is their big chance. But, no, they don t Cristobal's 135 pounder first! ounce of his 135 pounds.
want Lous, either. broke into the Tiger squad In
1951 as a center and guard. but RESERV 'POWIE FOR 193 !
"They say. 'Weill promised us Marclano. We want Marciano.'! in that year he saw very little
"Meantime. I'm out of the Garden and I got more room to action, though he must have Practice sessions at Sttode
Work, so I keep after Louis until I finally get him and we knock gained a world of experience Field, where the Tigers are p.t-
Sim out and we're sitting pretty. The champion's got to meet us.! from his bigger and apparently paring their mighty eleven for
in next thing you know we are in there with Joe Walcott. We more promising team-mates. the 1953 season, is the scene of
knock him out and win the title." For the most part of the 19521much action-On the part of Pa-
campaign Connard was pushed lumbobs reserve strength. Never
There are, however, a few blank' lines in the Weill account.' Into the line-up from time to has the Gold Coast entry had
That, as Garden matchmaker, he had been forced to submit to time to give breathing spells to sufficient tatnL. to effectively.
ierms he deemed unfair to his fighter, certainly didn't endear Vernon Bryan at center and the employ the two-platoon system.
Jim to LaStarza s manager. But more important in his mind, I two guards. As the season was and though We complete team
suspect, was the knowledge that beating LaStarza again, if and: nearing a close., coach Palumbo will not be tgalilbl this year
when, wouldn't set up a clamor for an immediate fight with decided to experiment with Con- for offtense-" d. defense, the
Louts. And there was always the possibility his man, still an ap-, nard at halfback and his per- bench will- be MiAe than adie-
prentice fighter. might not make an impressive showing, even in formance there was impressive quate for occasional
winning enough that he has never gone strong sin tions.
Back Into the line. Though hel
What seems to distress Mr. Weill in reflection is the curious saw action only In "spot" play- John HEa a. CB Senior, Is
attitude of LaStarza's manager in passing up such attractive Ing. Connard got in enough time finally co 'ig ..his own and
money-making matches as Murphy. Matthews and Louis. Noth- to earn himself his first football should see-a RO sharee of thp
ing distresses Mr. Well more than failure to respond to a profit- letter, action from hWT.ackle position.
able opportunity, and people who do cannot hope to merit his, The same s to George
Esteem and affection. This year Connard is a solid Harris whq ein Impressive
ad accom wulished nperfnormer at *.takin. a 4.w a .t ard Tf Bobn


-.p...-- *** .w, *... -M
ROCKY SPEAKS HIS PIECE right half back, On the defense, Hodges contli the way he
i as a line-backer, he has master- has be .i ta pre-season
TBusa then, is a storv of obsession. with undertones more ed the right way to go about workouts' hlRll oet IV
Understandable in the case of Mr Welll. taking dead aim at: tackling and in practice sessions, many a am odgp es has
Louis, than Mr. DeAngelo's unswerving insistence on Marciano. has always been difficult to get looked very-.l guard da
And judged by results there can be no question who out-obsesas by, even when the ball carriers seems 'mow, a-n' ever. de.
f whom. a.e more experienced. heavier termined t eSitr* .berth on thi
and faster team-mates. Bob '53 Tigeoa.al4 '
A- All the time Mr. Welll was munching thl matutinal toast i, _________-_ .---- -
and illuminating the LaStarza run-around, as it has been an- I "" -
cnaritably called, the champion had been concentrating on a ,
prodigious platter of eggs and chops. Presently he looked up and 1 E
a iIk '


"I can tell you how dead set he 'nodding to his manager)
was on Louis.
**Three years back a Providence promoter wants to pay me
$1560 to box an exhibition with Louis Bia gloves, no real punch-
ing. Just go, through the motion. 1 call him up--
"And what did I tell you)" demanded Mr. Weill, sharply.
The champion rubbed his stubbed chin.
"He told me- 'I make the matches You do the fighting. When
I want you to fight Louis I'll tell you You'll get him one of these
lays and when you do it will mean something."
On this note the breakfast ended and Mr. Well had made it
flear he wasn't ducking LaStarza. he %as chasing Louis.

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CURUNDU MEN'S OPEN
LEAGUE
The third week of the Curun-
du Men's Open League still finds
Epsa on top by 3 pl1Ats.
Epsa maintained thuir lead by
running over Colpan Ford for 3
points after the first game, It
~e4 lg ke Celppa _pt oat .
KIunkl .oft M l


'TeMaNNo. 8 rolled over Wallys
Bar 'fp-4 points. Kramer VMs
hldh ir team No. 8 w 417.
stinek had a 455 for the loosers
WalMy' Bar. Wlly's Bar hteaM
won a point yet but one tof pea
jlghts' they wil. out, loose edA
mop -the bar with some ta.~' .
%NM 'Idiv Ae
2 tl'ui 11-41
4. 158'-1
5 Iwhu r5
0 O15T-8
7 GW Am 1564
a ?It ".iw"
1 La Valle 15 .


WALLY'S BA.
Helton 126 144 109 -379
Beta i blind) 71 71 71 213
Hellwig (blnd)
124 124 124 373
Wickham 110 157 129 396
Stanek 1N 170 143 455
Handicap 1 I 164 16 490
Totals 737 30740 2307


TEAM s,
s 103 156 145 404
137 140 124 401
137 137 137 411
128 157 167 442
r '15 153 169 457
p 16 .116 11 348


'*AU CIM
as 170 143 167 480
er 142 152 158 452
1* 150 160 140 450
Le 142 136 153 431
igham 104 148 143 455
ap 95 95 95 285
883 834 858 2533
V9
IMIAN CONSTRUCTOiB
a 168 1869 144 481
l 149 172 153 474
r 133 140 181 454
152 155 153 480
151 124 155 4.0
*ap 100 100 100 300


EPRA.
blUld 120 12 0 120 46
It 151. 1m7 173
Id 185 112 13i
S- 13t, 181 1lr-
I -- 187 181 -197
eap 118 118 118'3l
77 84


COLPAN FORD


Vaiudock
'Tcks
Porres
tDonler
Grifffths
Handicap
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197 124 181 T8
190 LR 121 W,
15s 11. in R8'
.208, 148 11 l2t1
150 144 17" S1
116 116 I 18 Sain
376 811 mI


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Wdil Says LStarza


Key fights That Made oc'y
NEA-. Ei tor I .
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oROSSIN5'ER's, N. Y.. Sept: anli sl of s4 that our .ie l c
23 Al WelU Is not only lend- take him any mine. -
ing with Cbgatley Goldman a-
bout the veteran trainer taking "When Do Angelo r tuj 1
bows for the development of take a ohanoe, 'b"l"tom. Oa
Rocky Marciano. able and elevat_ biW i
Well also tees oft on Jlmmy oar dilectlon,_. Iah*
(Fts) De Angelo, 'who complains reason why .I art.
that Marciano manager kept been O~ the a~oe i b
Rotand La Starza wahlft three "Meaitwhie, anIM e
years and u half for',a, retUrnp have da4 further Bqn
match with the cbamnpljq. Thi sT a Against Walu a
the son of the Bronx butcher Charles. Others 4tf
gets at the Polo Grounds,'Sept. sen took WalcotIt fI .i0m
24, W early aa the.winter of OMUl td


"De'Angelo has bqei as cau-
tious as his fighter," counters
Welll. "Tlat's why they haven't
male any money since La Starza
boxed Rocky.
"As the New York matcblmak-
er of the International Boxing
Club, I offered Dr Magaeo all
three of tht- hatches thail ade
Marclano and set him up as the
top challenger of Je~ref oe Wal-
cott. I offered him Rex Layne
in the summer of 1961, lop Louis
that fa ,and Baty Matthews
th nbxt .saummer. He turned
them all 'down, and you knew
what Rocky did to them.
"Instead of taking .'t e good
money ahoLt,' and daig to the
fighter's press De Angelo
turned to opponent vWho meant
nothing while wi ng, about us
kee qng La StarMs walUtng. He
hi)s bum out latoe" the anckIs,
where he lgout I for peanuts,
and blew a couple of ftght .at
that."

xp1tning1 hip earlier 'munifl-
ceene toward 'Dif Anjelo and
his tiger. WelUi poita oat. that
it was good business as a match-
maker. His job was to get cua-
tomners- nto Madison Squaie
Garden or a ball t rk.
"Remember," he reminds, "La
Stara was' the farthpat advape-
ed whqn lis nimi'h i f o the
first time. Beating WLOW
or Matthew, i BttWit wol
have stMl bean ind for -
clano, 'ad the ftt r it.m h


Because of De AnAgelAs relu.
tance, Wetluco" e da 'that 't
Stars has stood stiL .
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,IA figteA do~e4t ftprove*iA.
-a gymnasumq- or at a lpinn
cam," stress. the La 5 m
men. "He Imprma- by. fAgkt
Ing." .


been out only twi- side MAr-
ilano went a ast
with Waloht. bef beIm
out in .the' 13th. .In tpeoeh,
rctrsed- the d lmatar
*i'the unheAldedbTodhy =
and came frtm behind ta-
a wabhed-'Jp.'ayD
Boti Marcano Rod. La t~us
hatve had .14 ghte slpO e
Iet. met. ,
All WeilU wins the .
when, he says. Rocky
bn coup fartherbae aua ,
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152 161 18 497
120 .11 1#' 438
183 150 514
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fuewe s1, 170n '1 472
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S, o ort -- HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The Piper has become a popular ask for a sexy role. He l
"'C d -iSwhh4" ...,. t.. t ...ug.a.oa-f De.Lrpw.i ..in- .t ? uu Johnson Report: On the Behav- name for babies, but the Piper me like a fed father and
.l All who h th "" A huge national ir, witl In- On the cultural plane, sym- lor of the Human Female: named Laurie Is convinced that: 'But, my dear, you're so
1 group nd all o the national exhibit upcted phony con-crta, baihet pariorm- tary McCarty, a former movie "In the long run, names aren't What do yog do to awakes wo
Sny-M club io are 1iSt- rorn many coutries it the ances, zolkre events and fles- moppet who played brats with important. You work hard and ple to the fact that yeou'
I%'; We.t eni' Hd j ar Wete emispheie and-tope tas are planned. s, hirley Temple and Jane With- give the best of yourself and you
sd-tlio.f 0 t g ..1 $ .0 =0 is beilg -taged in Guat.mala The o algrounda thc.lude a ers, has blasted the Jinx that can make any name acceptable .
Myl. S* o-t. 18 to 31, aS a new pajo- large iamusnezet- park s anplete hovers over screen kiddies when to the public. I first took the
Threeer-atnrction fpr toUita an aIM- witn rOUe. caicnS fta other they grow up. name of Piper just for the fun of
S t .Mr. and ce men such rides; andI .n$ntlonal It. I thought I would have .1
e .r terd thel Deledto..nw rae. e- gam l cation ui pedi with After getting the cold-fisli eye change It to play dramatic roles.
"CeUM .of b-malat it .eight r Mlete a Is Laa a .vs- from movie biggies who knew her But look what Ginger Rogers dil
be a wm [ A M wi n h W ft Central Aml athe rleyt of othdu aXlll; a number as a half pint around Hollywood, with her career and a name thatang
byt or av hernnnul ln fll- iaM of good .asmai to Lid an out- Mary is back In front of the you'd never connect with serious b
t e rento wase al 'a bel l Ji4q dour dance pftlvW cameras for the first time since things."
si All friends of the organization used in tlk MW. hiIition oa- "The Bullivans" as Jane Rus- Piper. whose legal name Is
th K n coroudla lvitMled to attend. The t tonal Park the outskirts of Guatema'a-made products on sell's Texas sidekick in "The Rosetta Jacobs and who sign ps
Bryan f06 the nation capi ttenmla daupaiy at the lair may be pur- French Line" at RKO. her checks that way, get her .'
j thtr Berige d City. Tho park Is neWLftAutpra gnasea there at the customary Says Mary: "Performers who first grown-up, adult charmer
_. geon ar-I Airport t juum.p (Juatemala bargain pries. were kids In Hellywood have a role in "Rangers of the North"
Sa d toLeon the t f Alerlcan Visitors will find excellent ac- tough time. People see the child opposite Vic Mature at RKO and --"
to ,I Ie-aI. 0s- awSA Ag" my ndt Pon. World commodationi in the city, with image Instead of the grown-up. she's beaming over her loan-out
es Ma o thae Gsamma l t The faodCon will sent rates rangiLig from $8 to $12 a Yeo reach the age of 18 and if from U-I.
V Mr.9omo, m Irft c g uoatl'tmeo day r.!r person for a room, oath nothing's happened, people be-u always b eaird that every-
SIsbeingcomerel ,ind cita 1 e- and meals, come leery of you.' i always heard ta en yo g
Sd *, I5 and habits couilnting the vwsisor thing is ensUonal when you go .
I pi A. l M. 'og 3 mes withe ie pa h .ert ae I There are also excellent pen- A lot of producers w ho to another studio for the first
Urnas.and try. glons where ~ good room and wouldn't give Mary a walk-on a time. It's true. It's Piper this and I
g *o-8rd ,teAthe Itare .Available0 tOonly $4 few yearq ago started shouting: Piper that at U-1I. 'm loving it.
S l fcurb-ipa:,g iv. C. w4p vto $5 a day. "We always knew you had it" You'd swear I was Garbo."
ufRt- 1 Anumberof resting side im one bit bitter" sighs Debra Paget, just a child won- I tlE
!Atk.- ,,. -f- .-?.W. aLn wK bn,, e f icllrfro m hialtahen ll re. Out C-ly d fthe one-time Hollywood actress. d erirst signed TIy it- le Iow -"
I"'ue" at Iw ONl RW f an cgit al a p a br e Price. Out- "I had complex aboutmyselfFox, Is out of her teens, feeling=
"4 hadoaomwplear-moit.oaself grown-up as Rita hor Lana.usi ir-W eF d
:. Lg1' .44tar- t' Koar T 0 % so-standing aft 69 be seen on when I C up dats ehld ic e on we n you.d thatk over.," an-amng for r- , iO--|OU
nun'.+ isiofo!I a- t ll, us 1lam e. st-- t LOri. da uo .*. A00.I onor other. m ad ami suc t include Antigua, I wish people wouldn't look at and srmi f se
la l mmner sj.u W. to mlsoellaneous product-g -o anih coloeal, capital of movie kids at pushy. horrible roles.
1 itos. wri~ n C Ck who aret the l1th- foren maoe Guatemala and one one of the brats with mothers who were Now 20. she'd like to have it Robiu's 'Patent' Barley
rawWWbm me*-I arltab. lteat4 exhibltl in _I.Most mag.afflcent cities i all monsters. Sometimes the kids onI the record that:ue'.-a"
1:24= 1 W gr aMe-fea"fture purebred tLatin America; voiaa-rineed aremhelping pay the bills at*dtg to a producer s offlee and m ul babf o lot-
And1 19 hr so ft ya.toiala rac Q a-- oLake AtItlan, onel of tf world's home." tri_ nmul s m rdaly ee
Saws m u b t arw pdiub- de stock k from the most beaumstful lakes: the ruis d b r l s9
.aa --ot ee Rant In Terxasid tan eafOf ancient oM a .atM cites REDYS ON THE JOB tom him to arhy fds,
an a t of CPU&le toRnc In Texas = which flourished at hus dawn of for supdog and me
OW n at$ h i Itgo pcoordingre O tthe Christiannd ea: e tthe ea- Hedy Lmmarr may havelfH- brass and Try It-eft AH o-
wjttio erahu bsOttnig t O lair lo tul highland village of Chli- lywood for film-making in Italy --Try-It-r h
S14 Outtandin sports events aechicastoenango, famed for its In- and England, but gorgeous Hedv, co poare thrives.
wibl l ,Bl.4 at alub-. p^ a pscheduile throughout the if. dihn .pageantry inaldent to mar. the last movie queen on earth
These include hore g at a ket days held twice each week. you'd think would encourage an-n .
I0- fn other film beauty. has give n Hol -TN
rtyurE ofSifl- It was because of Hedy's con-ona
X- .*afr0l0 teUa1s fro 1e ,.stant "You-belong-in-pictures" r e
31. r.nee, Urugus an tins' line that Sara Shane, her closest
___ A__. L p ma- woman friend In recent years,
T44quade at' City's wood and is currently testing fog
3Mhh.M JeE. *mua AST (D) modernistic Olympic Stadium; the John Wayne picture. "The a
- .,, 4 Atlhi. I i..sbna and. wr itg, auto- High and the Mihebty." and the
A94omoc and.otorcycle racing film version of "Oklahoma."
W'a.r turnt tisu feic g rerd-. AJS EQ are onn the program. Sara was Elaine Sterling, an
Th'I aNt Lithano when It seeun dentI the but as-et J .J.r H' Fhtf bel. 11hI be shipped MGM starlet. a few years are
SW her ahusban wd ig et e i withte T-. Sjoo= froM st.utW d Spain, and s S intOre -willi and quit a promising career to
.rodia low l,. t"" -"-m e- "o marry ollvwood realtor BiU
a.get e- -st-ates, fairIHeIllt worih. She met Kedv
dtr hlan1 time -in ,ue 'MnM- s, of ---- ._.... .m. through Ted Stauffer and tells
.aw t td e mu in ldm.a W ** *-- ,-Ia a"-Psns

I t have to be do W.5. a11 It Pm PM n
Openi rt$. . a Scarlett O'Haras are popping
tl o .t otAmerleZ s *Wil up all over Hollywood again now
Y"tfek ib theM that David 0. Selinlcc is pro-
ilO .toS ducking the musical version of
Most bridge players would ti "Gone With the Wind."
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WASHINGTON. Sept 23 iUP lone clues today with which they an] a ia emp int o bee
Administration insiders pre- "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincol. hoped to solve the layig of a the 'F.
dicted today that the Oct. 1Ibtender In a roadtous an thep tolud a0
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Stevenson is expected thi o out- -The American Federation of federation that President Elsephwar had WhiteHouse statement W thepaon e -
line bis ndines and opinionsenh Labor yesterday ousted the In- The convention took up the made and decision on changes In "I've known DurtH wf i it n
and the President will do most ternational Longshoremen's As- LA matter after hearing former the labor law. I don levehith a ala .on. Ish er.
rlevarily will be a listening "oul dre".=te Wlht he i b an'


them as coming from the titular sociation for following practices Secretary of Labor Martin P. the facts. I bellevw ht h u a body o M WeA.
head of the Democratic party, of **crime and corruption" along Durkin relate in detail why he White House l dosiry ts true." bt h ez to p aroutd'Uuhde l Ke .r
the waterfront. resigned the post. James C. aH st ahad M n too if" wound ,g-an O- .- sub
Both men are too urbane Some 700 delegates to the na- Durkin. in an attack on the checked andM tt there mthe admitr att o n hs M ar to f -
and expert in personal deal- tional AFL convention v otedRepu. i can administration, has been no de by vention floor. charging tht AM ran oui of th ed
lnrs to get to the I e v el of overwhelmingly to expel the 65.- charged President Eisenhower the President on s& tugges- Durkin apparently did not h ave o t adr0 Y
s t r o n g face-to-face differ- 000-member dock workers union broke a private agreement on tions or detailed t uenda- the kind of "esleyal inot se Into his truck and drove f .
en"ces at once. Taft-Hartley Act amendments tions on chan lite Taft. needed to serve itesen ofice of the Pueblo NuevoPolUc
It will be the second face-to- The action was taken by an and accused his administration Hartley law." ercabn n y where he reported him
face meeting between the 1952 official roll call vote of 72.362 in with providing the "least bene- Durkin, informddf Hagerty's Dr in d gruesomee find.
d the man ho defeated him The dissenterswere members Durn'shp eech buesht a ater fla heis pfac
Democratic presidential nominee favor and 765 opposed. fits' for wage earners. denial, said."my peach contains reneged on an a e ent Minutes later police patrol
arid the man who defeated him The dissenters were members Durkin's speech brought a flat the facts." he WCuld send oongre ars arrived at the scene of the
The twn party leaders met just of the ILA. The Masters. Matese id send tt onirel marder.rPolice at first s f 4
before Stevenson left on his and Pilots Assn. and the Galves- -o amefi ten to Taft -ai tley murder. Police at ist *teM
Woboritrllnt. tor in the early ton, Tex., Central Labor Union. b s by D unrk l. M no wapon ee could -be
nummver. At that time Mr. Elqen- Swetrs A sLt tintf.ardt fondqu i Vanishdo
hower invited him to renort bark The convention acted after we e A d Lg VS the President "fy agree" t found, quickly discarded the
on bthis findings. The former T1l AFL President George Meanv suPPOrt the co he wanted theory and started searching for
U1r''s oovprnnr said he would, told the delegates he "couldn't in the controversal labor law.. clues.
The White House said the Oct find anything that resembled B e But be said oo wept. 10. Pres.
l date was set up at the PrelI- legitimate trade union acti- EIdn lent ElsenhOwer': advised him
dent's Initiative and was con- vity" in the dock workers un- Wth uuI DuIW# tat he ha4 "changed his oald- ranS D rtat n,
firmed in a telephone conversp- Ion. tion." so he prolnotly resigned
Cton todav with Stevenson's The resolution calling for re- o from the cabinet past, Rent Hikes Boost f
Chqo heauarters.The resolution calling for re- .
ThIe meet will have hih vocation of the ILA charter said WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 James C. Hagerty felt compell- I exIaiae.. the f Pe- CoSt O i g"
nteret in view of Mir. en- the union has permitted the (UP --The sweetness and light ed, finally, to reply to Dur n's deat," Durkin tqid the uen COSt Of Living at
hower's atIive leadership of 'penetration of Irresponsible, have vanished in a matter of latest statement., dleorates. 'that sn trade .- 1M. !
the Renubilean partv and Ste- corrupt and criminal elements days from the relationship be- The departed cabinete~t had iIfilt" I had be-e trained toI WATG'IOTN. Sept. 23 (1'P)
venson's role as titular head of into its ranks" een President, Eisenhower and charged that Mr. gisenhower keep collective Ibrgaintg a. The government reported to-
'th democrats. While expelling the ILA the his resigned labor secretary, fullyv agreed" with the pro- tremento and t lt aadheInee day that the doet f living r se
While Stevenson or the White convention, at the same time. Martin P. Durkin. posed labor law changes -and to a.r ewUt a-.atter to a record high last month due
House may have something to approved a p Ian to charter a It will be a fortnight tomor- then welsaled. o rie eP fargly to higher costs for trans
say afterward concerning the new union for the longshoremen row since Durkin left the cab-. e .one-t 'e rta and rent igidf ian.t
'mnch. it Is bhihlv unlikely that who want to stay in the AFL. Inet to resume the presidency HageRty's answer was that t.aoao f As ult, the nation's 1, 0
the public will receive a com- A five-member committee orf of the AFL Plumbers Union. Mr. Eisenhower had not done the. L' abbrfl whil e OD000 railroad workers will recelve
Diete fill-in. That probably will AFL offielals w ill handle the The President's letter accept- so. Newsmen pressed lor blore, w Ms e .r h. Vao dits a three ents an hour wagelke~
be left for the memoirs of one new union's activities for the ing Durkin's resignation was remarking that Hagerty's state- Operatm the Dne." .. The LabOr Department's cost
fo the narticioants. first year. warm with regret and good ment meant that Durkin lied. He sa. .the lash. In fi- Pf tvtng indotg which measures
Mr. Eisenhower was vacation- The TLA represents longshore- feeling. Hkgerty did not deny it a tred the.delpart itAt tpi-iJ t h lia e h prim c Ros ..ee ,'e.C
ing in Colorado when Stevenqnn men on the East, Gulf and Mid- Durkin's Sept. 10 news con- SOL.' more Is likely to be 9 pMoltiona "and more layoffs t we d uaVei idth-t
first returned from abroad. The west ports. ference explaining his action heard from Darkin, Meany and are scheduled for the t fal be t W 0W and Mid-
President immediately wrote The convention vote was taken was notable for the care with their friends. Year. .- Ag The t at
him expressing h on e that he following a -minute appeal by which the resigned secretary bvr" T a j itr orf .a ge
..whihtheIrAiPresieenet" t -' "e 11g. 15
would call qt the White House t9-year-old ILA PresidentToseoh protected Mr. Eisenhower. As the dispue develops ther'ae d4 M' de Fag o rt0 e1.te t re
when Mr. Elsenhower returned. P. Rvan not to throw out his He said White House staff in ashgto ew terest ported.
M e a n tim e. Stevenson took union. Rvan urged that the AFL members assigned to negotiate In this question:, e"tt "' t trlw r Perown- Thia wM hrea-tenths of o
some ingent potshots at the eo In and take over ILA activl- Taft-Hartley act amendments ,t, 1ti aaf t laleral- percent higher, tha the v-
administration at the recent tles instead, had welshed after changes had "Who was the, political stra- outh, sox-tenths of a-e,
Democratic rav in Chicago. He Rvan described the criminal been agreed on. But Durkn tegiat who got Durkin into the w e Durkia npoainted Mr. per cent higher than a year ag,
said amonn other things that charges against his union as a htically found Mr. Een cabinet?" Misnhower a the prison re- and 13 per cent ova the pro-
the free Allies were annrehensive "very severe Indictment' emphatic und Mr. Esen- sosible for his realgnatldn. his Kbrean level.
lest the GOP lead this country He said an investigation by how er not guilty. tons of critiacin sWas MilldUpmoa
back into a form of isolationism the New York State Crime Com- Within a matter of 36 hours, M nered.
mismilon of his union was "'unfair AFL president George Meany n He emphIa that h d s f. nspeC r rl.
..there is no evidence that our was on the air saying Durkin's -.fere W were "a matter of adia.
an W hou C n en were nsid tribute" along story to him was that the P M Sa6e"pe" d a h .e Daniel Noce
the waterfront. President, also, had run out riviuuig WU) the wanImestfee lingeopf
SI The AFL. In it. plan to on his labor secretary. friendship fourth Preslden t. Due Here Toniht
eMa omDetm el flrc charter a new union, will at- 8ix days after his resigna- /N F nl ir President D esenhower's ono
May N nleler -*dS tempt to take over the welfare tlon, Durkin was publicly accus- V r tion In the matter amy be The Inspector-General of the
and other benefit funds of the Ing Mr. Elsenhower of welsh- brought before the del qates U.S. Army, Lt. Gen. DOntgl
hA. TO n This was exueeted to re- ing in a St. Louis speech be- HONG KONG, Sept. 23 (UP) later today, when Vice President Noce. is scheduled to trrveer
sa lt in a major battle between fore the AFL metal trades de- -The Panamanian Consul-Gen- Richard M. Nixon appears at toniht at 8 via Pan Ameltdi
apartment. The following day eral said today Nationalist China Convention Hall. Wrld Airways.
MARB ELLE, Sent. 23 (UP) Meany resumed the attack in has promised to release within a Nixon was due to read a mes, .The.general Is coming for '
Patrick O'Brien. the man with- Gulp. Culp. a St. Louis speech before an- week Hong Kong- o w nd sae from Mr. Eisenhower in a annual inspection of the "tee
out a country headed for South other AFL department, freighter se0 ed near Amoy move that was interpreted here Be will remain in this t
America todarand I t was x- It's Still "We are not going to be August 21. as an attempt to make amends r until Oct. 2 during
eted h robabl wl end u pushed around." Meany snapp- with the AFL over the whole time he expects l1so to vist
In Hong Kong herehe started Going Down ed. "The President is not Mario Guill6n. the Consul- Durkinl issue. Antilles.
'Refused ldmittane to Frane.G Downstrong enough to stand up for General, said the Nationalast
de ,Tgnplro.Brazil. in the freight- ATLANTA. Sept. 23 (UP) hispl oi seem to controlft thOsncee durig his visit to Telpe r
retagne.olhi o smtoof anstrlthe Boring Epis de '..B
er Bretane. Th e standard of swallowing administration." this week. He returned yester- Today's B ring Episode
O'Brien claims to be an Amer- dropped 25 cents in the firstLday.
Icon. The United States says he nine months of 1952. Ponce de Labor weekly publications, "
Snot. Leon Infirmary noted today on which are many and powerful, The shl, El Brenon, is under
He was in Chinawhen the its bronchoscopic economic baro- have rallied to the general un- Panam an reglt. It wasri
Communists overran it Tn Honr meter ion assault on the adminiatra- seized by Nationalist warships
Kone. he boarded a ferry for In 1952. the hospital extracted. tion and the President, person- a f te r latin Hong K eon U eri
Macau. the Portupuese colony eight pennies, four nickels, two ally. route to Pusav., Korea. It wu
off the China coast. Maran re- dimes, one quarter and one 50 Durkin's nomination, which one of a nu ber of shins grab-o
fised to let him in and Hong cent piece from small fry eso- the late Sen. Robert A. Taft bed last oth. The Nationali -LA VEGAS, Nev. Sept. 23 tUon Department Nema"ito .
Kong refused to let him back. phaei., a total of $1.23. called "incredible" and Demo- have not seda ship incelast -(UP)- Rita Hayworth siged ironed out. -
As a result. he -nent 315 davs nn This year. the bronchoscope cratic National Comm itt e e August, h a up lt .- R Hayworth a s hed ironed out.
the ferry, shuttlin 24 000 miles has brought un 18 pennies nine Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell When secures mounted. croonerhpp ck aymestht she n- straight wll e a
in all between the two ports, nickels, one dime. one quarter scorned as "political expedien- the British Navy was Instructed ny getting married after n d traght wblue w a
Finally. O'Brien thought he and no half dollars, or a 98 cent cy" has backfired. It is burning to uive rtrprotecton. t was many edlfficultie ." de eon-tan.t thew
had a visa fnr Brazil and left for haul from the youngsters, the administration where it believed this mvy have gone was The galnrclts lm star, nt-tan. Ai e Ot, tr'S
there. The Bra'illans refused to The infirmary suggested that hurts. far regular convoys w The gao o troubles recently hatve hs Lnd gloves M r'l
admit him and the Bret.o1e had the preponderance of ennies There was nothing warm A Royal Navy spokesman in icuded treat l ag as -
to bring him on to Ttaly and this year indicated a tight- and friendly yesterday when Hong Kong refused to give de- hecslfed death threat o 2s bideg.. ... ,a-
rance. Both rejected him. money trend. White House press secretary tails of what steps the Navy hs dh angherdhr three-sYear-o.ald ak brldegetsu ri sh s
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