The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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I 1s YUM.-T H READRS OWNC LUM John L. Lewis, labor le ader"
S U P THIIRKADR~S OWN COLUMN banker,L etqrna to111
Stone headquarters t i
A U M A 0 A hisrunning the nation's r n .o'
ag *A fe.* -pas anood tewl A : 'P a
Mo man ea is so wa ent *emor e r eaon of Te he feiAsedeas o Is ce aasombee
L me te wahwt esedd uael a ewd o e ase hadlis wholly tde, rs convinced that Pr?.
.ogge l d eem, do dent kiwenbbwurs suggested
om at vou dsn't s be aimM Ite a ment 000 000N (bleIs i n)
Mr. WOW. r e hoin the Epder e udlsblo fading pror s t moe
eate kt lesd snted o in h e n a 000y o soon tom-
Se e is ld vinmteeo ow an harbor dewav o mt
Ton__ _n wn.e"m lo ee ssemehts fa tes k dare hundreds of Eds le y
-.0-Lewis' first wants his u n em
WHO WANTS TO GO SEO0 ING? played coal diggers to move in oi
Raph rings, Wyoming- she new heavy eonswrumote-wrka.
Then he wants every newcomer
his letter ia for John. hired to join his un oho-all acros
o weMe Ifre glad to hear from ny. lolks w-ay down there ni the U. S. So heavily is he count
Canad The Barrette wraie about fY ut the Ing on this prosperous wave .
Sr day, ok you r lttoer and the future that he, with the gr a
club th oter ed soul of a labor leader a
tlosebee o a a et m banker, is backing his prladle
The ant re felt pretty bad aft we 0 with hard cash. r
"adv nutade t 9 ae y o before o a W His miners tunon "' "shgo iJ"
An k lA$ able ent, average foo(hPQy o' 0 l 'e bd bt .
care a cost a next to noWtae d 0 6 strict 0 c datch- s Q ote a v
that ar a poled to be included. arters on a front.e ntfroI
You tljlne to send you aI list of A mt m s.0._ England
O ily, coWild e hmare themt-wigetr thw t they 11065sagebrush territory in sou he

per lb. llbMorrq#I No.Ifany sliced b noder, a v~a m oc., of tohe vast, = 7 .wouldRd
radishes solid and red Sc. per bunch iorn frea, large He has his. r-flung listening, Ih = d ue
,Californta ears 6 for 39c.. baby food (" erbers") 12 cana 89a.* sts manned by able men whonome, a te e
tomato juice 3-46 oz. cans 73c.. V-8 Julco 46 oz. can 39c., new_ on the lookout I6r ex ri enteeorAd tnhave t ls o
potatoesoes -- clearn, mooth. well shaped, U.S. No. 1 10 lbs. 4c., eggs contracts between construct tio Chacellor Adenuer is big Aa all
large "A" fre3h doz. 53C. companies and the old line AFLT b___heUnI____________
Jane said If you want more prices on stuff Just let us know. unions In the field since gaslight "ere, b; be' u-, r tate. r
By the way how about sending us a few no we can compare tl r replaced the kerosene lamp. ..
with ours, from what you say it should be very amusing beca&u moment the Lewis boys learn of ow ed to a
you know that everything Is trucked into. t w, ub the expiration of one of these old iy IarZan bil
Mr. Albers. remember him the editor of our dally bugle, he labor agreeemns, they will move bull up. ni a go ye
read those articles and wanted to know,if yOU would mind ifA in fast and tryto take the men. ten to 04e
reprinted sone of them as It would be of Interest to almost every- bears and obs away from the AFL By BOB RUAR many Mut be fo at le
one in town.. -o many people here felt that you finally got that unions. one year.
much deserved break you ha4 waited so long for.0 ewiOnN U.- 8 th itpr (
Before I forget it. Albera w guld like to iet a little informs- Thus Lewis, on a 2,000 mile -conin th e. .
tlon on the rents, prces and geheraiiWlX.1eoarftlIns, well you front which rambles into Illinois I am sQre iupiset today, frI I used to goose-pimple all over ing, cookle.pushing, es alasto r. Pl2toD osL ,a a-memo tti also
know more About what he would want than I do. write 1Q4him As and Missouri as welloas intoUse have se a W Itah m ol- when he popped me tootaon the nodag UneAid ations boy. st^ Se S S to of
he would be glad to hear from you. He seemsto have something coal fields and hills of West Vir, WOOd, wilcI orins me that Tar. eck of a vanquished foe and let Taran uaed to eat ais meet rope which the Penth hm i
up his sleeve on that stuff you sent me.' 'gina, hopes to have a powerful t 0n of tae Apeto s behi steam.- out ahoot fito i wake the dead. I raw, *a It.n ch ne with Its own equipment. atr
I saw your eld boss at the ball game the other day, he ald construction union in operation lld for the rt time n his mag-. cursd the wicked Swahll traders his taa tomte stpuln thi sto e pblem
after your two yea term is up your Jb herd would be waiting when the government unloose its mi ent 3e6-year movie history, that were always plotting against nesh a tls quarry," which -~-had cal, yet Y e arts can't edd
Sfor ou. By golly the more I think about it the funnier road construction program. In his newest effort, Tarzan wll him; and the witch donors that chewed te nea off O ad then
"La y A wood" that the beat we have heard for a long time, Tnough Lawis' strategy is still play without L ;ane, and is altl ouid were always standing over h Is "wpi his greasy inders on his u hHuI h eite.e
o SI .ee hasn't got a bilg herd of them, I guess you poor obtrusive to the public, it hasn't UP witi the U. A. in i" trussed body with a dirty, great thiui." how ae's a do-poder, hnd WSa
t S ne ome oeetain o up. been overlooked by some w and one he helps e U.. stamp out siv in taeir fists. I used to regard I ao 't lk it. gettn so you Some of Joe McCarthy's actvI.
I have to oos now as Jane 'an t kid oor new very tough labor leaders. They jungle aisease. Tais ain's my Sabr, the lioness, and Numa, the can clobb a canibaL without tes are now getting the ushhush
SaStion W ked ndt i t l hi s we oon vew John as a prod l son or even Johny Wemuller's lon, and Tantor, The elephant, al- the Utat om moving treatment frm the pres. It's I
for a week end of trout fishing, sure wish -they have stronger words. They NV. 'Zhu 1s dreatul. most as household pets, and I But I have a germ a an aldea-fr decided contrast to what he usqd
a w haven't bothered with him because With all tie lifting values in a used to get so dutn mad at that a sequel to the new, sned to get. _a- ea
'tilnw hoe has stuck mostly to changing word, I lung to Tarzan. Kerchak, the bl bully, at I just ttaran..He's bounded to et fed up On A e8, for instance, oed to
l '" S except for this past Svery eight when I say my pray- had t go out and swng through a with the and a the nonesen attend a b 00-ate Re ub e toward
on tmhe d New at I satc e Lord to make me otw trees to cool off. be l be f od ato lica dinnertn San D1ego hi a '.
S, bless mmt t tree a led toafat see a pic tecalled ar ack netted ,00 o Though the diner a y ta e
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Answer to Previous Puzzle of dollars and perhaps as mayU too lu e' otR bad a
Comedy Actor he gets rolling. So fiently sucoime: Me T arsan, you lasso and shoot a bw. arrt
they had a council of war. And I'd Jae proved copd row a spear. tg
like to call the roll so that you t lot of jabber was unnecessary it at y a a a LW
010t 4 6 IndiVidual rod dea of the havwei ts you knew your busihMs waich Of course I learnadthr Then I at e t would ae
~,ffObservesilined up against Lewis. gye was swinging s rouga res with a Rice Burroughs, that mAgnifident eabunks the mde Sot Lese states where a l be
WN atnree ot the nation's most power- 4 tuiese under oe ar- ginae atan, had never his and wipS. is sticky been stated ayf
ful unions s ot together recently, Va q h en w to Africa, which ot eted me fingers on tit a nearest director. of the Pr ident the
N. Mhis ISpeclant the leaders of the camp.ters, the .1' 1 P D not one whit. t packed p one day And he better get tham Jane back, House didn't want o cam. iandd an
oe I hIsa Impediment operating engineers and the Ia-, betas aifytWI = l of andl took off for Tarsan's ahome..or I 'al suie im., 1A1t eMnectiont las paign at,
railo 2 Preposition borers, pes and o for the Yw i wth- town, and felt vastly suparlor to in l Junl, t with do tors
Bnew23 Apreach t t B out a lot- of e argues llnMut. Tartan's creator. It sm.gly oc and we may gJu V pul;t hex on Obviously he must have ot
b e is- 4 Arid region Then they went to Dave Bek, ions on whether Bom rso me today that I v lot Ho d nt y backin clearance fron Ike's S. leader
5Palm lstI Teamsters' Un silent. He alefictorn the far M d the more about the old detark difilt 1s s, speaking no peglidh at Bill Knowland of California, to at h
6Have on 27 dad city 45 hi oied them--ainst John Lewis. Congo. than Tarzan, the effete., saadrink- all, 1t alone Russian. tend such an i.m tn t Ila she14 .....0b
4 T Nostrils 28 ambooli eter Ther'll ea noise when dinner, and it's tew _t that sve esum
B sPiloots Lr 4 use os .mewhere on McCarthy men tiond Know, e Pt e am a .
a.v 9 Mountain Pool 80 Chair poetry highways of the land. c Iland woarply but ignored f e omC r thelermn a
or 10 Disamounted 3 Sea eagle 49-- Healy is t ems to me they mus t clash republican senator from Ca I ats.. er.
7 k IIScottish 32 Makes lace his wife soon. Lwit' men have been movh nilTom Kuchel. was pedomi y
l .e skin she pfolds edigigq 0Century plant iA n on this combine of AFL OE-J. ad over, who lia.
St 19 Sources of 35 Plwe ef-track 51 Girl's name Iliin hl eastern and wester B seems to be dab bit in
Fsels regret ele BPensylvanla, allinis and West tiyUcs latel, the sa me hoo1 atm19.
21Vegetable o.,nAhanno d 4C rMemso tandumw= Mamr% tyduring Joe's visit
bd"e.lgl 22m I9one by 4 Female shntw 5 much wton fight. WASHINGTON-(NEA) The A small "standing committee" ,China states of southern Vietnam, same hotef the summer before
weh S Mple goen (ab sn 5 u city Sou sast Asia Cohective Defense fatmilitary comma e as os a Cambod h. Bi tie tera en Hoover ave his press Intel. ahe n Army. les
Swe 88 Maplegenus Cab.5) PIDutch cityptaIc u meatAvaetaeodat he te
S IWI is o wismay have launched Treaty signed by r sentavps the North Atlanti agree w praising cCarthy.o. the head of la Carpen- another pice of paper till it as ght also be established im to t tae S Asia lMance Maine Autpe Wednesday at8 wM s
lured.' ud., .r.. i"ypr Ipf P I
ton' leader, M Hutcheson, ratified b- the congresses or per. diret defense I arces I" tb houta. lew aos and dignt be
hekm I ttemr ibki las th t hr but Lewis laments of at least Ave of the east Aea area. 4it.ed, tthnleay, but taere Some of Ike's own persona ad-
m o himself 20 member governments. There is a greattntim to r timmdate viser, usually more ha-boledl.
hI years later dead. His 'or toe United bates, this could say that MEA'1O is a.iate cMn. W ove to take e. I than certain cannes sound Ions and a rh
A eon Ma.urie mow e V arpen terms be done. at the reconvened session te.oart to NA1O, but that Isc The United ant the Rpublican Natk Ia Comit. Central Band, --a y.I-
7Orlnta nchomat.h Ib no. atch him of the U. S. Senate. walc will sidered an gl. DTo Is taken the i t It wIt U have been taking a careful lok tem by Miss a, d other
aelf o d John even at 75. But consiaar t be censure motions has no m tary s .o o -n,do aching to .stb s.. at the political rnRm eas,* rsult Items aUs fmva.
evs ,BI _uteI eouther, certainly against Senator MNc.arucy. JtU the such as .ATO ha. is a aeva armslaee trrms, it that "t of the Maine eleetio, and t rumn ..
aBouldbe able to take lawis at general expectation is that the ar weaker s m ta would view y sA e w ommu, they seedoesn't, makethem h ,
17 any weight. treaty won-$ be sent to the U. L NATO was-when 19 was- nraa st agg ion in this ateI as n a l the first pae they ami l r eidn
Se. for tatification until the fulI five yea-s ago. At dMA' threat to that despite Chalama. Len w be G
Signifcantly all this may break Congress reconvenes next Jangp-may hecensloered a cautious What this toam to.Is 0Dallso a e tha eellsry
up a beautiful frabeutfup between ary. That means hean gs and st d the esaton Ita that U.S& setiry of Atm eh Mali t siial
F Lewis and Beck. probably. no ratification before N arpnkaiia ni .h Pa D e h & hs e unted more than a local lay wEnji
Beck has thr ewn In with the debrgary at the eartlat e e--. the first the .." s -e-s e "

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49So you think the mambo is just and I guess I snapped a little bit.
0 puasing fancy, eh? Well. Arteur They accused me of being Father
Murray has a statistic which may Day in person "
M- aha you change your mind--at "Dr. I. Q." 8 e a a 1 has proposed
the moment, 75 per cent of his that his show take over the Dallas
* student are taking mambo lea- Cotton Bowl during the State Fair
Snoas. of Texas in October. He wants to
Walts me around again. Pedro. charge $5 admission, and t h e n
6 --- around and a ward fabulous pri-I
S "Thit i't a part-it's a way of es for correct answers. r
life." For examine al has already
Making that sweeping statement lined up 20 Cad es, a raseh and I
was Leon Ames. The part he re- an oil well to give away-if the;
fets to, of course, is that of Pa- Fair committee says OK.
* ier on CBS-TV's "Life With Fa- Can't you hear Dr. I. Q. saying,
their And what makes playinij "Oh, I'm afraid you'll find that
Father a way of life are several the correct answer is such-and-
items, which we shall consider in such hut a box of solid gold ingots
no particular order whatsoever: to thai4t lady."
1 Tleo is tbe matter of red --
*air. rFa la, supposed to be Grace Downs, who rats the an-
edhalodf. Ames is,-y mature, of nual Miss New lurk OCKy cutest
the orawt d p sl. is says ee aspiran t t to
--,tMr tE f r m to havW as task by a ftherr..-al ,W the;

4I C- stdle. she saw you ktlM g this?" he
"I @4e every Friday," Ames; asked her. .
ayp. "At first I wasa embrrasaed "She'd be angry," the girl an.
4t having red hair ll the time, swered. "Tea gae, It's hers."
but now I rather ab it." I ,- u- ,1
Durfag his summer vacation, so i T h be 0 e Childrens
h w be hambrown, half-red, Choir, from near Ban
he "9 S every other week. over, German), or the U S.
'L the matter ef a m.i- for six weeks _ig September
tache. Father Was noted for his and October. This hild group
s tand of iUp hair. Ames al. is noted as one at the finest in
Swore a mmitaebe, bht a more Europe. You m.y never have
modest arrangement. He says he heard of them, but you've un-
ver osM a he an arttlielal a- Idoubtedly head one ofrthe songs
tache on, to he grew the large they do *TB Happy Wande er"
wmeasmy size. It looks good and was writta r ,them. and didn't
he seems to enjoy It, stroking it become j E, until they sang it
fendl every so often. in Engani was heard and re-
S3. re is the matter of clothes. Icorded t i ce then they've
Now that he's a permanent (for become hap profltmakingI
the run q9 the show) red head, he -wanderers. '
has to wear suits and ties that
complement hil titian solaring. He i
looa nest in rich brown.
I can't wear $ray any more,"
he ays, "or I took like a sick
mule. .
u & was notedef h
as e B temper. Whatever
4 pe M yrament.b he seek Aanug ,
is ae aned-by aB laasndry v roa ._d_ e yu Cause of _t
laul ui t sramamlty) or ailment. wM-e bsu Atf'ts FooI
(beMg Fatherisb er he aotoet ?bt tu
-at M" I t M aun. tworry and
"I came home from studio! a.. e da o t t.ina1
the other day," Ames a d, "ad s .Nr".-'.dIr nd I o t
my son's bicycle was in the drive- ofa yu sun Is .o'
e kftl" lo a hA t ederm works me fast to
way ind y wife ha p *rk her e Iron a soft, mooth, clear akin ni
car ti the gaage tl ie is.' r oots er boda. AIM Ireat for crotch
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aia p* aH Us 1o liAs A Mi
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Oe d xoup.
oansthble foi o"f 1Wi fair sun-burnt, soun-fadin
,ch u the Woman's 5
the Girl's Friendly
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ISTMIAN MSTORICAL SOCIETY members meeting at the T-
voh Ouest House Weonesday evening listened with Interest to a
program on aWrly periods in Panama. The, new organization
bi." right who prealoed at the gathering, now has IM local
members besides an additional membership among old timers
I n the States. .

4b6t ae lbhundred guests we' e rsemt Ia the Bells Vista .
oat B.etel l mba~B a last evening when Mindlter of For- .
19 aad Mts. Jose Ramon Gusado entertained '
SUit ab evatjulssioal aitd their ladle t
r. was to leave today aboard the Panama liner
hc forw He wlI preside over the Panama delega.-
u Wit hoM itu meeting of the General Assembly of 'g
Ute tNattease _*

o a "terfin The Bishop's sons, Reginald He. '
jr. and Mrs. L. Fulton of the ber and Hiram Richard, who h
P cm b de gave a iarewell din- spent their su m mer vacations
ne party las, night for Mrs. Ruta with their parents, left recently s
Lowuwasy. Mrs. Aowowsk leaves by plane, returning to Harvard
today Oh the Apcon for a vacation Military Academy in North Holy.
in .sew York and Washington. wood, Calif.

SOaer guests were: mrs. atb er-
ind Si, 44rs. Girald McKenna, Mrs. MCaaig Honored ry ,.
Arearcs ani il raiSr.n lna ars. At Ben Voyage Party I ,
mArel lbosen, iapt. and i Mrs. Sue McKaig of Balbo awas

L. Br Mr. Joseph KlineMr. given a s e on voyage par-e
Dl)10enlt er, and Lul. Bill boyd. ty just before her departure fori | C

rnlLC nh o Ram of m Wasnmll en
eo A.It have anoe- te Lod Angeles abo ar d the iola ne '
Se Maerxb for and exa- tay in!

nel .Ms asrr, teforGphhre w y ll Soonia a tn atnd P ssi g rmae. i r .of toa o,
's buff et er at were served b Mha
AMvitcad sc-der k lsndpn t nrel1d- rom aw t O swe

Sgo oandnaey fra. Gt niiter ad tin tw
Ls W Bael and Mr. ware p Sew group may-"Colon isl.
a m 0 p hren r os r a. Lt Colornel and BMn. Ohio .... I...r..

Los nVl, o. + ... .hletmMdn he- St at .W h e a rso.vis-
SA announced the Knox, Mao and Mrs. m r. man .
Mnrs] D Joseph, in Los ley, Major and Mrs. James Hum. er c mr m Stu y
i rngeles. Mrs. Castro-it the for- phreys, Captain and Mrs Warren Heighs.h asreuredy of Golf
ner Miss Judy Dickerson who liv- Ho ste, Captain and Mrs. Robert Heightw ha Oretrnwer by e heisp
S the a Side several Mlls captain and Mrs. Jay ited her son and daughter-in-law,
ears ag aand was employed for Gromme, and t. and Mrs. M. C. a W Cae M r

.i time r dp Balboa YMCA. Walker. and Ms"".Charle Mal*,r.y.
tit ohe" a a lerw leahile in the States, she also vis-
Leo 6edt ABm inee Friendly ChOater, ite fd hron4n4&w and daughter,
JWrt Ol rengter Card Party 'ai htoin Ridaewood New Jerseyl -
Ma.andMr. Leo D. Goualet of Friendly Ba N. 4 Order ton e
ie t rstobal have announced of the Eastern Star, is holding a sn, ff Washington
e h of a daughter, Beverly card arty tonight at the Pedlro t. He expects the house guest o
S nal Go s Hospital on Miguel Masonic Temple starting her brother-in-law and se s t er,
rrday to vt Epscop at al hur le Maj. and Mrs.le EH.erhassett Conger
PateIoal grandparent Is Mrs. Otn*a te
rtnut BW. Goutlt of Balboa,. mae. There will be table priessume a O.nhae Aiao
erniti i.andparent is Mr. Carl Ms door prioe and refreshments. Tick- r the Anc9n toa were Mrs.i
uoff innial Mon, Co etsta Ri are and may be purchased Artw T-at ea oMras
,whby'se h great grandparents at the door or from any member res.ih her ton, t Miargdsita
t E*akthsr a side are Mr. and of the chapter. ste he r M o. Cadet Midshipma.
Mtzclon'of New Cristobal. --i-. iW.-C. Tatxon n. -Mrs.
r!ko o e C-i stob ron Retam Tatel42an is making the round tri
hp Dr.. andMrs. Joseph Scadron aboard theMrs. Raquel Lapeard of Pa-
If .Pastoral Trip have returned to the Isthmus aft- return to the Unite States Mer-

chmant are Ing today atoKidn
ht eginald Hebtheer er an extended vacation n Ca S ne Academy ahort
Wooden Bishop of the Diocese of fornia. P aointr Hea ipects to go on a
SCal Zone, left by plane yes. s tra g cruise shortly.
rday to visit Episcopal church Bennerassett .
in Bocas del Toro. He will con- Art ClassesResume Mars. SHoward Finegan of the
We makto Perto Limon, Costa Ri- Mras. John Beinnerhassett's Art. satild a ed for a six-
where hill ordain two Co. Group wll meet again at her res. weeks vcaon
i s to the priesthood idee n Colon after the summer me ood ain but give him
RS and Mrs. Raquel Lapeira of Pa-
0 nama are leaving today aboard
Sthe food. Ancon for a short vaca

T E tion+Wto be sent In Indn t a.

depostitus o Guaraccepted by thru Stateriod ,

\ tyi% Int~rest Aminuly oa SavingT Accosh e knows

I T .of 48 weeksI $5.00 y ou ln. tin'tro.
|.t db b, fo Tew*fr aO H e e han. Te wod ati
SM oM. Try bilm with just a
oresth e eurites. tn he like s especially well.

o PAM AOPN MA iu probt aboly a b cPt e new
SWA" .Pl ,foodrea di ytheure 's no fuss
S-"ay Within -__a few days, serve
the :me afood aga but give him
a slightly larger portion this

hit as Am asy
S M a When you're picking out a

,. 4 We" comfort. SO sure .that it can't
6 oo fo edz T h He Amt. Wh e mattress

jf1..4..enough" sit up h l need a
blINy~afy dpot COLON MAIM .-thatWE 0wEgorarod his waist and
O** FFICE WN PA~AlUA: COLON BRAN0H:fasten him securely. 11m car-
VO4OW Ave. at -r tmt riagg should be high eso
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NEA Feed and Markets Eiter Curndu Womhan v Club
A -- r ECard Group To Meet 1
Coe ti Mrs. Paul Au Buchen and Mrs.
Comes crowd' to, your hoise milk, 1 package homogenized In- Ralph Frangloni will serve as co.
unb pectedly! What-to do about stant chocolate pudding I pack. hostess for the cad group of the
it? age homegealaed Instant coconut Curundu Woman's Clu at 9 a.m.
Mrs. James Saturday of San cream pudding,. drops oil of pep. on Wednesday.
Francisco 'gives us her dessert permint (optional). Members and guests are invit-
answer. She uses th new SpUit lad nger and stand them atefd at ,5 -8B Curundu
puddings that requireno cooking. on end, cut side to the center, a- Heights. '
Her Trifle Bqpnb is an exalted round edge of 7-inch springfrom Rervatio may made by
business. Her coffee sherbet Is ap Place aNo. 2 can with both telmphohing Mrs. FAu -Buon "

coffe shkerbet until foamy. Add sugar gradually Naval Officers' wve
(Makes 4 to 5 servings) and beat until soft peaks form. Meeting At Ft. Cla. td
One cup cold milk, 1 cup water, Pour 1 cup of the light cream meeting will be ld uday at
1 package homogenized instant and 1 cup of the cold milk into a I p.m. at Fort Clayton Officers'
vanilla p wHiig,. 2 teaspoons in. deep mixing bowl. Add chocolate Club. of e -
stant co ffee.. pudding and beat until well mix- The main bustiess.of the meet-
Pour milk and water into a deep ed, about 1 minute. Fold pudding Ing will be elettlon of officers. '
mixing bowl. Add pudding and in. into beaten egg white. Pour into Hostess for the luncheon will be
dtant coffee. Beat lintl well mix. spring-form pan& around outside. Mrs. C. L. Hnvey. Reservations
ad, about 1 minute. Pouri nto re- Pour remaining 1 cup cream may be made by calling Mrs. P.
ftlerator tray. Freh utMtil firm, and 1 cup cold mfik into a deep H. Dierick, phone Ifyy 3W.,
about I hours, I& rfrlator mixing bowl. Add coconut cream -
feesing compartmqht wittA eon- pudding and oil of peppermint. Pacific Rey Palm
tol bet for fat freeing, or in Beat until well-mixed, about 1I OB Meoets sd
freezer. minute.' The Pacific oyal Palm OEX
FPour Into cap in ce nte r of Club, will hdld its regular month.
Trifle vamb spring-form pan. Lift out can. ly meeting on Tuesday at the
(Makes 8 to 1 servings) Freese until firm, about 2i to home of Mrs. HelenrAdler. at 7:3*O
S k 3 hours, in freezing compartment p.m. The. hostesses WilR be Mrs
One package ladytingers (about of refrigerator wih control set Helen Adler (tel. 3-40 Pan) and
9), 2 egg whites, 4 cup sugar, 2 for fast freezing, or in freezer. If Mrs, Kay Daniels (tel. 3-4711 Pan) .
cups light cream, 2 cups cold desired, garnish with whipped Please mke. reservatlops before
cream pressed through a' pastry the 21st, o
pers/ratln, he'iys too warm cloth, Memb weho do(h not k n o w
covered. And it maybe harmful --... .. where Mrs. Adler's home is vill .
to allow ht e to perspire, then C* jL-.- ,-1 meet at the Civil Affair buikng
possibly get chilled later on. St. nChristop er in Balhpa, iat7:15 p.m.
Church Launches VFWWiMHav7
._ *A ". ,Flag Preeentatile ,a
IUte~n OItTomorrow Evenlng
,- -. Queen Cont t Tt i P Ivus to X, -
S' a' 'w* htname it4n memory of herr
Sa lntor I wa cIa usba, oe a Taber,
ed this week by' the Church a v 'et of, oiad War I by
w *... .. cho! of St. Christopher's, RIO Veterans of Foreign Wars Capt.
Abajo. Starr C. Wardrop Post No. 40
Competing for this honor are The Presentation will take plaee
ten candidates representing the tomorrow evening at the Post
MmanyChurch School classes. Home of ost 382, Curundu. The Volv.
'a-- te- -- ,Candidates for the Kiidetar- hour is" 4" gut Oi
_So ten are: Elba Chileott, Andrea Deartment officers and guests cu
SWynter, Mar Itza Straughn; et of 7r Taber will be present at
Grade: Hyacinth Reynolds; 2nd the ceremony.
rade: Laa Johnson; 3rd grade: Members of the VFW have been
.rinell Williams; 4th irade: asked to attend in uniform if pos-
Gloria Anderson; 5th grade: I- sible.
lane Jackman; 6th grade: Ce- _______
CAN FILL YOU NEEDS cilia Zacharias; and the Senior __ .
department: Camella Blackmaa. 1 A .
______________~__ as The contest will close on Ot. _______________,__
22 when a rly and da."night Of it's po
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Jamaica Rum

Only the island of Jamaica (British West
Indies) can produce the real and genuine
Jamaica Rum.
But anybody can label his wares, n
Jamaica Rum.
0For your potectio make sure that
when you buy a bottk of Jamaica Rum it is
e labled as a PRODucT OF,
Without these marks it is not genme.

Dh rt be deaeed

Ad* m..,y ri a r uMim M MM M

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lies. not nearly u muthla.wh -
o spit which it -f*d.
It Is better to offer a enp of
tea ad alee t Oast without
alo ta to. offer noAtha,
with the e%% xplmatt: "If I bad
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hair! Luekyform yovw
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ments yeo can repairM
damage tlW sun hasa
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fresh nwm 1loer, t %
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FOR SALE Gas hot later heoter,-FOR SALE:-1947. Oldsmobile 4-dr. Beside Cpitolio Theater.. Tel. 2.3479 bedroom. Phone Bal I 3050.
o. neer used $100; Hydromotic, new trees, $400. Coll $OR SALE ~.O Ac your Deer tor
~,b type china closet. birdsoye Meadlow, Gulick 88-530. COTTAGS, "tis uetIeou
poleS 50 kitchen table. porce-iFOR SALE:-1 938 Ply Coupe, engine 8ib 2"iflet o F e n 186 .
.' unmatched chs, $ d point in very good condition, Ms ee il a oeo Be New WAdwood lue
.'4res for full-size bed, with- ----- FOR SALE-Airplane "Ercoupe" with tages, mder 'on-- en iets, ; tDrnd-
easc cover S 10 ref r. e.rotor, FOR SALE.: Used car, low prices. C-75 engine just majored, airframe rate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567. Hl el

Pho83-7206 between B:00 'und bcFOR SAu p eexe9 Westinghouse refrigerator, pore- FOR RENT cd in and Tubes narrow, twot business. wreently handled hrt t he eoel

able forRfour SArieE.o -r, 2-4465. FOR RIMouw 'f Bw enAoNf b anu 0 be baIed aaed aGa
S or86-22ofter6:00 Chryser"Nw Yorker" 4-orse ainr 25-cycle. Housea1554-B Bal Ready to Use, on GRAND M .'ANYON, Arti. --taig hurs thotravel. pioneeredlbyBowe lasttrip,
n till dan. Band new condition, with on se r aood, Paper, Cloth (NEMll -a A n ihstory-making pl- o-t-a wM ch made fland a -
E-n woulea -ed,8 blee l hmps oe ltb8000. ostther uphohsteroY. FOR SALE- 1949 Pontiac Chieftain I lot, first man trained b the Anr-d awen'so baeedentg plant oi na o o
dl e tnbaf .--. -__ou__-__d_ slic __/_w-_ i codtin on- to ....... ..

hpm: Boll5 2as3er 4FsoAE- 92Cevot-House 3SeCP- new tires, 30,000 miles; one Easy to conveniences,, 3one obedroomrinAt-e ourInd ithe planyicgoe ra hisoh ept. ho helicopter ba 4 onei time=ad seonoe pasnt eng igh.

New ____ abl fo"r four-family 0r Dlg ferry ric Int shls deep all o misa some 6000 1 wa
,ch. Su0darl m O fr 1etor o.mndu.. olPhoe -22409 Spindry washing machine, almost rajn, 1I.miles, name o on- o the famousred C any onda sensationalfregh stalg ob e le nI onhrfi
S83- beteen O and; FORSALE:-- O 2estinhouse re o pORceI Out- of busess. recently an fora big Beel

V 'dit; -doule bed, bla ched ma- E leN oer FOR s lai -9cye. H 0 SALE: -8" Crftsmantable sanw fCor. Rafse cotes 5 Fl, Ine n t, tal. lo t.- -ero th po h lng t on, ,
threehfor pfilow. Cores,"7 pilo 1 Shepemt. _Balor ra.____ N_ o _Phoe1 2o.forr C at hi so ma hin f the ce Nts sB service aaay on get higlti

e. Sunday, 17 om to^ 5at pm., HDuoe 3rdt Stret, Curn- new t 30,000 toflteey el ites "rlna windmic" aedlc yhns then dove Into ita 0 good up- t
d ole insidr, bE hcoh m ~R A-. ; row e o bottom of the aoPn lanon d d 'cop ter Into the Grand Cianyon etI fUht oy, Cot of e
sta qr e S a, nyelly e -consecutive- Nd Btime&s- aeriy vice, an a e
.d y Coul ,b hd ORS- AL o5 1B ic e ra Ba.oj o:_iner__awith I -hp. motor; 6" Cradftsman No Na 1 8. Ask forke y 2 1 Pla6n.h0 e mn d o
WANTED :-Mad, American f OR mil. HSL 23SL M. HlGrua Aul. $5.00 purchase par fishes FREE 0. Phone 2-17o ,, e rcha s tho Dancing ferry ervacatons by tourism, the wireturn trip." mulSome 6000 $15 each way," y e l

o c iden. y treet El i- snder. All tools mounteo and reay 0or maid'sC. room. Ch and Boen sas his helcoptersd

Cangrejo, "irms" House. Abbott. iii^ RIO TROPICAL PET SHOP, 49 Via o Guarantee required. Phone can make ttin Into the Qrand Aeria toortsts can make this years, carrying more t ,
'oPbo 3-4383el. el 4 saon. hoe 3- n 3-1898 from 5 to 8 p.m. for rp r anCanore. C'ryion ng avengers athe excptn round trip ntoee e the "can-
'i" D: Soloist'for First Church ALELI Balboa. dr, house on the Tromns-lsthmian High- eoWfAug.0,off the M high rim and spin down nearly a mile below the corrugat- for ist trips to. ti c-on lr
bristScienti.t, 'Antor. Starting i b FOR SALE: Tropical fishes, new hone P. 1. 3494I. 20 mutes. e m. TA P TE ia.n
A 5th forv iotl period. Tel- e Estate shipment; Parrots, MacaPr Ideal for'Americans who like comN

11 Canary andtree Parratkee fod.y wile thebrng e the b dri the new anti s-
45 .525 00meters"withclosets,large living room ad te te "y wind se yo, then dove kitchen tbe $5; two FOR RENT: Modeto t. A go twobedromu-

able ers at and Dog supplies. Parrot cages. ormen stStreet No.42.Un- BAXTER, S. A.
J___________________________: I (cheap)i.,Cash ore cre dlt, -,rd 'Street A quarium supplies, plants. E very dining room m modern kitchen w ith In P aso D oble, M am bo, G ui ,- Thiere a ro i ng de m d for dafict l fted m to the rim yO n Fiu res show th at t1he lm n !
WAS'INTD:-MoId, American family, House 231. M. Hdl ccGruta Aul. $5.00 purchase Ipa5779-Bir fihes FREE refrigerator, gas stove, maid's ur a n quiie va o by tor, the etn tp."
e s chIedren. ApeyL "F" Street El bring your own container. ACUA terms. swimming pool, garage. Rent: hai C h. aoensays l icterbJodtl h
anreo,"Irma" House. Abbott. RIO TROPICAL PET SHOP, 49 Vi $150 monthly. T responsible party Bo heopt
3-433 5riue d foet.s. Phone e 3-541 only. Guarantee required. Phone C make gett nto the Grnd Aerial touristcan amke this ,
SJ PAR 3-898 fom t 8 p.m. for anyon e k across the e ng round trp in the can- o peope dn the

-anon JQ IKE 4 9 across thlsex
'' F .OR S"' L '" elttinrl. ar, t -Sma mre, cheap. Call pontment. hh fOPit u. 'the Pnly way Inrto this yon thelsame waay wi._.henth e-Grad Canyon.

Awhs iiF RnN (Pamer Lhe,-ro U.laPm 96o G rad ates)
~~ esLE:-'l9sT 15-hp. Evinrude, i r~ l ; ~ two years old, $75. Phone Kobbe NHAOi 2bom
+44 "'ilew $265. Phone Navy 3119. 6vetlookillg, '46e edld= 84-2206. Mrs. C. M. McCoy. Apartments Saturday; 11 1noo. ,'
-........ rolling', lndscae nteng. tFOR SALE: One girl's 26" Rood- ATTENTION G. I. Just built modem (1 block 'oa Lu Theatre .. :
orn cairy atated In Los Cictl mbresoi master bicycle, $20. House 800-D,. fun:ehpate, o t

r j tpiAd r. Sh rel P tp'ed by beatlliti- Tovernilla Street, eal boa, bedroom hot, cold water Ne. a -T-

.s-t'ad mhersta e n rontm o f Re FOR SALE: eBamboo blinds, t e ph --one Panama 3-441 4. t La N P-
Snra e an porcelain kitchen table $5; two FOR RENT:- Modem twobedr
W AS pTOr, UiDo states, reasohe .blwe offers large grossarugs $4 and $3;pin-up oportment,. st StreetNo. 42t. Un- BAXTER, S. A. i lt i :.
WA OTON, September 16, e: Phone 2-4130. Zubieta: 3-1802, 3-3337. e, Shppes,
Sile .state ~le- WOL ,AD Co. LTD." Wanted ositi FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-s

thee %; roa .1t. 1 nand aOr edu igtp inou ho eand no to rop2r2
senr e" he d.. te 42ad mentr, 2 baths, moad's room, go- I els.t uncil et iat hed
an, nex temberina- 8 S e2-l 22o A SERIOUS and competent person o rella Vista, 44th Street No.
isn.v.pVert qem i3fdeadt fears her services to take care of 32, Apt. 4. Phone 3-0815.
.r.u s small children. Please, telephone FOR RENT:- Modern apartment, in i "
-avenlieaent ed the Panama 2-3656. El Cangredo4 2 bedrooms conecin R lim a

1 int ernaiona oa both, porch, living andt ~timin ning
na espel rooms, spacious kitchen, mold's and
o p in wOinhig for better laundry room with hot wa3er sys- ly

a i rer ics. wtem. For further particulars please w andi Al
am h'an of Lhe, u.s. Del- Pr~msie call Panama 3-4946 from 8 a.n. Colt h"' .D-_
L,- the assembly of the MADRID-(UP).a.Fo 0r 5ow 0nal inhrstia to 6 p.m. Xceieut Mt"m salroinh W ork!

b ,er^ i Xi 0tLuie uf se,,g- p57 years ,, Vicent hasFOR RENT:-Aprtment: 2 bedroom oport- s, t. dat NoerS- Tel, e-p

i id n at1aVcereaol e s S t-tlas perie Ste hhicd jlne i Orthr odn porch Sand terrace. C la oI o j r h Rer-
aE d ry at ? Ltmalmomade M tinata, t ne~t~.. DNEWARot s ,w.--s P) long nedb and dining room, ch n w t C u saidtew irpe
,,reabi eu in 1 a fAuLs4Ucages. 4II"i f,, .f spoitsh and h oro f.fe ner between Pueblo Nuevo Road Wr CK B C 0

uth as uma is d. i o there 16-year-old boy. w and Second Street. Phone 3-3904. COMLEI en LINE d OF

n ve p 1Vicente a f rst boa"n cptchinga But someday you might drive a FOR RENT:- Apartment near Canal estimates" conducted Ru .
crickets when she was a little gin car that starts ande stop at the LZone, $55. Must buy furniture. iono raphs at
At that time she did t ,for un. touch of the same peda because Reasonable. Call 3602, Balboa. l hm

W ay She used catch tli h em. in te of- hi I-.. hiiat.Y -n t
IfleodS otlajde Madr0d. She puto FOR RENT:-Aportment, living room il r d
b ad acin d them.~-an er oratrtih can and Or-you mi ht pait yor house and diinng room two bedrooms. -cordedtape.
sports rs listened to a them sing during the with hs adjustable brush rela unt garage, gas. All screened. Gerardo
i h warm, sp'irlg even|Pgs. Later she his designed furniture. P orr P a Ortega Street & Via Espoo, ;Campos Us
T4A ,l I epLemb r 18. nound'ethat rAnur'would pan to b tnkie ar eas o the r lt Ro .. Information Apart-e Red China Ups- SAFE AND "SEINE CROSSO-Preparin for his f orcon ttemp to cra the
d..StS have a u' deto iosten to.iehe now ras in the sketchh L .. t River in Paris, Jean Eloeano, withbar in his hand, practices crosg the Seine at

whi hr r T am 'a t'm She alao el b vdea mes a me. eha he la md' Arene. arerPoordtliee ao.616, Fim etions of gu e-s res
e utth.ft..,- ea stage." FOR RENT:-Nicely furnish two- Poulation Figure ot content with hisn ay crossing, Elleano turned around an de
wt- k During eth F' g and early bedroom modern apartment,- six
LcrLA.6 later. this 'summer. mo41th. Vicenta sells on : The young lInv ntoi, already has ,. closets. 46th Street No. 42. Coll HONGICONG- (UP) -Commu-strig"
Si- a.l th...lan- ay 'f'-ckets& aday solved one problem that Puzzled -1423. nst China claims that there ar e T h HS re

lJ.. .... -. hendro a h't-oftit iotj older the eadgpdloen atimeon for oR o l or dmtuosdroo m ninca e omore than 60n i 15 0,000,00 ah :
oi The high- i Prk. T He devise a ulti-posn clamp FOR RENT Spacious apartment, 2 e al Communist
46t1~6 a' w f Pnev .K d's ie. AItwd oi-erkisoand wd i hom berdc 6th Ave., Coc. del Maor, the "People's Daily of r r Peiping," hlnorae t. s
,l-p ,I e cage. --. ,--. wes're ht a $160" genual t 2Sn Francisco. Phone -2752. said recently that the Communistl
award from, the Ford tor- -- -- central cens 'registration office
haodb t wd be hd p a FOR RENT:- rteat.eclooum apart haed told a C intral People's Gov.a
a te be 'lI t woudie ha rdt y i"a t Don'd' mentd. upstairs. Garage, la ftoa- ernmenxa Council meeting that Chi-
wasis-Va iicmscnren,4 i o ,ay i peab t's cilities, fresh, good neighborhood.. has a population of 601,192,371,
b ti e cou me theoliltam to any say 10th Street, San Francisco do' D a According -to the report, the Red
St~_~Oia I "Itesr. ori one ofore wthar Colet o. PNon 6-37. P Chineeaensus office derived the

i e. to 2 16toert a ntand 00'oths. Wfrom latestligure from lt u 4 Biminr
isn verse a, tuat-$no oinemr theii $u00 FOR RENT: -Modernfurnished apart- estimates" conducted Jue30,13n3.
.. i withoutan ouant. i n Fo.Js a'nual i industrial arts ments. Call personally at Bennett's The figure, the report said in-
S t tammblie tour de i to. Photo Studio. 181 Central- Avenue. eludes overseas Chnese and the I .
tCamean,850-ial tour p Tfromh Aranjust shdth s ofMe l i, Spopulation on theNatronalist-heldlZ
am e nan clie ntA Madrid, Donald spent 20 hours-making FOR RENT:-Cool 2-bedroom apart- island on inos a t I
nd bpy a dozens ancient .s-te cages ,ar pUyiaShis prize camp, which judges in ment in 47th Street No. 1 ,Wi t
Sspor cars almstu taale afr June. IDetroit said was long, needed by garage, maid's room, hot water, etc. Communists said the new figure
-with"asmanyBrtitish-od the aircraft indu st" Phone 3-0373 or 2-1248. wps partly the result of careful!
iAmeri c 1any r.itshreoldl-' ,u make 7tt tOne day I was u4t sitting in 'indIrc 't invest gation"tiand
,'- A4a necessary for the venor to ban- school-thinking about nothing in FOR RENT: Apartment, modern; "Close estimates" conducted dur-f
~ hBrby a 1 "StanleU- dle other flm s- e U4 and Particular," he said. "Then the Living-dining room, 2 bedrooms, ingtherecent-atin-wideyrepar-
which gets 5oMil esra thyme. She also sells lettuce, but ides came to me. This wam last maid's room. garage. Via Phorrae atl o eloions o peep e
Sare cricket FOR RENT'- Apartment. unfurnish- age..e
.7 ..ljand.tbUPw months agli when he began room. parlor, dining room, porch .an increase of more than 50,000-,,

8atl"q aa brbu w, ou move the clamps to any angle rio Street, B Vista. See De Cas- etween.19a ad 1

'ati1Mfighterepaewisth0,1rghMealdJoee24."B" Avenue.Phone2- ptea ti nolstiCing tc e e of

________________ ll to. evianer afsldgl ea 111-thert FO RN -agead ol -.d...~bU I

but a*t' a |7Aa> tnyh a*. nnery. and a hfilf-brother., FO RENT -Lorge and cool 2 ,bMd- gnn l t ; M -
o, w s ar 1 ,two.Jo suburban Orange. room anartmenrt. Bee VWteo. --e0 4e0.09e peoibwiacl Atlas -
Sr E ng J. His stepmather2 a steam v'ew $90 Call 3-0934. o N
an Dnald banked $100 of his prize FOR RENT -Beoutiful., fumishdI 1- 1 Itis prim days had
Donald banktd$l00 of his pr-ize.
SumeVA. eI beor, be hoies nd ut the hO,'so before Juan Franci. meg Its rule. Its1d
ahlvU'w88 t to0ar bid b lhis "hot -C PET .-- Fumihed rtriit. t #4i mO is

"n**^ *r^ jo bl s pulrrraHat r--re on n -l- "" "
^alse e 'the b V B P r near 5- .-. -- -

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With Bers Karleff aIfpe Marset

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Tto ACB C( r hal
wla ha~beb~l iervb~ as pri~eati

.OLLYWOOD (N.A) She atid a .eath musical as l ..op in Gmb fof almost
io t T e ueml follow pto "About Mrs. LA.' w yeSAs, VI be succeeded by
t 'j woodStw 3I Abot er SBhe just bought a thb RV. John ar a fro New
& the don't etaS Cape Cod e. it arounOd the end o thia
100- -- m + Iiionith.
S 2, You gotta fit !r towe at Pit Ner1ey
your figures to ioiate bac will take aEuroean honeymoon Aecording to an announce-
T-r lo a+ lwh*en Jane winds up "'Ir the'aot from the office of Bishop
That's what he man sahd aid Deck" at UGH. But bore's an Reginald H. Goodin, Rev. Mc-
ts shld know. He't obert eyespener: Heeaq s1e. who deL-.afle wi l be trans d to
Boyle- the U-I art director, and I sigAed Janc atrouau whe she he Cathedral of 8t. Luke in
he whiperedthat hetoellsMovie ilod Gnw Steffen, b dittoing IAnco, to serve as asmlant to
queeswB Lre to stand--a sit- for her new union. t.DeSa Ma R. MacDoPaM.
and that's why they always look The new lat for mis-
so yd compariag6 to ordinary I Berman aeets the ar i with
flames. i a.e .IC A .ameteV L.rd.,aty' ,i'" "mi wf "an four MA ty
So If tyualU- dyn't happen to offered to her by Darryl Zanuck, plane on BeOt. I2. They will ov-
ha an art editor md the s will have to play e ea cupy the rIety n A Bf.
. ttimc'tdbaby sitter takes with Bob Wagner her junior by
t and you step out s a party a at years. something, tes Rev. Sar i a native of an-
eSo here sou advice ftom me that Ingrid will say no. cheater andtudo his early
ow :, here's some .di. ". _. eut at te M
IIe Ie should stay sway IES BARKER undismayedfby eyand Bowta otth Of o e botsad
Sand aetwdya. the court decision in, favor. of in Mane. oW oled his

. llI IYI & e BoylO-
iael a a avoid
's g in it of Venetian
Siils and fureltfra with rounded'
corner,. His advice, to tll dolls:
lo t aM near shit mIen or
$hwOr ,.s, he tips it, should
stIno n sit down. Red-
standr on a to. n be a e
hia s muot ra and o"
bh'fearlud and runmetl
A l Iyackgrotifld5
en 006d asd hI
fond o cares about
bad~grfofn. asks Boyle, "when
a' B Ionde s around?"
A art director O ur
OHara's "Lady Godiva of Cov-
entry," Boyle says ,hess practi-
Scally on vaeacation because
M,*maenO doesn't need back&

GARYMASBT would have
lied to skiD his last year.-si,
,f.rd. an do his CBS radio
Atrr U-ug te winter. But
png Iiu foot down. Gary gets
a degree or else. It's
MalW .... looklni

for a cnem4l fo Sirley Booth.

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C, L Personnel

The premier m nutacturer of
studnti' .- chemistry e, loe
scoes, Breeter a t electric
train. an many other item.s
th, A gb0rt Company,
owners of the world ;feaous
"Gilbert Hall of science" in New
York. They are the pioneers In
the making of thWse articles,
and as such, they produce first-
Glass tmam5tlh,. and the
ricM e surpri in1ly loW. All the
Gibert goOda ate on ale (cash
or credit) at the local "Gilbert
Hall of Bolence." at Canal A-
genoles 8. A., Cathedral Plaza
(around t W cSWrr fotn Felix
Maduro'as, Telephone 2-0824,
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derly Patients

Burn To Death

In Nuridng Hom
KINCAID. Kan., Sept. 18 -(UP):
-Six elderly residents of a nurs-.
ing home here burned to deatl to-
Iday, apparently in their beds, as
a flash fire swept the ancient
frame structure.
Four others escaped, but one'
was burned critically in her flight
down a stairway from the sec-:
ond floor. Within minutes after
the fire was discovered, the 2Va
story building on the edge of this
town of approximately 300 persons'
was engulfed in flames. I
Fire Chief Turley Miller Identi-
fled the dead as John Pye. 92,'
Kmncaid; Mrs. Mary Reed, 84.
Humboldt. Kan.; Elmer Johnson.
79, Savonburg, Kan.; Archie Tay-
lor, 68, Winfield, Kan. Berzidlla
Tice 84, Greeley, Kan., and
Maude Holleicke. 56, Wicidta.
Some were paying guests of the
Kincaid Nursing Home. ot h e r s
Were county welfare patients.
SMrs. Mollie Crocker. S, was|
taken to a hospital for treatment
of serious burns.
Miller said the fire, of unknown
Inial s.I r & A d uv rafinr









Lone Pine for a vseetion
SUh Hflayward, picked up bit, at at the o ri, g inaIrh the building when f grme
two sons as specified `1Chthe cut. D inily Church,'e'* through the rouil ding h f men, s
tody agreement, and took them to ayen, dur hi aconsf i aarriv Imedia. The roof caved inmost
Lone Pine for a vacation. so urate of St. Michael's ,e .,,NO& Us.... 0W,. ThImose who escaped were arons.
'-u,,ISOasourob "y -rThose-who escaped were arous
Snne AlChurch,. NW York City. ate ed by a youhg daughter of Mr. n
Sus a buty 10,R a t "Your Und Wilbur h bdfive yar. but hstillandr H Statham operator

s on a Hollywoodteatr .T. ., ... .. ... .' --remve im e tl y. h bodies of the dead were not t
o- t h G O lde taking e -. vestigatJon by the state ire mar.
,., .o Or"....idsk inas-ee" m.. i iai Reluctantly Reveal"
Lois Butler has recorded W h er bo ntecaain r IS B k
fir po ord fo BCA-itor: 'Our Miss Brooks'
.ep rd C ri' and "I) Byi
SIdm Break t By Duo Of Prisioners Has Baby Boy
', Tvl.f To AfI, o3- --Television and screen actress
tloen PrferBlooel f a sq tof ATLANTA, Sept. 18 (P)-TwoIleft the walled area Wednesday nound boy today at Cedars ol
its tep money makers, with Mari- federal prisoners es from afternoon.the day the prisoner. banon Ho ital.
lyn onroe and Jane Russell re- 10 To Uve r)i the huge federal pnitentiary yes- missed a 5 p.m. roll call-to de- Mis. Ar en wife of ato
J aMonroe ndJ0 e Russell m off To r* ya.afrMiss e.wife of actor
teamed. Tommy Noonn, wbo was terd prison offal rluctantlyver prison products for shipment Brooks West, is knownto millions
Marilyns suar daddy in the l- SAIGO N, di te 1 concluded Ut br pair of Midwest or to carry out trash. I ;t "Our Miss Brooks" of televi-
ture ha tread turned in a P -'-PN.i dI t Di"e e-bank robbery misss" for twol Each such truck, however, if sion '
- reU h ---P ady .rne- In a/Ni Diem I ,.Is "-
tre'men l of the follow.up ns dy ,... made uIk4 and esb., frte M9 .ofte
Scat. ... Richard Talmadge: ',dve.a, t r. e o he n gi

tuo," says Bob eause she's W r prisoners who disappeared in- a of Prions. The usual AM A
tUh nlygiof the earl and. s.d t h 1e ground of the tsprawo nw Trug k of tips therat men answering the outside-
.,,,0 00gW =_f_,ig-tives as Geuge H. Even, 9, are all carefully inspected before ,SHiOWJVN(TO1JAY
o 4ON unit .0 i---- I 29.e,
LA major studio. ,. ad Charles Richerd Tery, 9, they leave the prison, Cpi. Linch
ie Ngi;e Mig2 a A fof- both believed to have been im- aded.
10 tie ,-a idwe ar ., hanrdns prer, hetateabouter terla ned for terms ranging from Warden Hardwick offered 0St re- DIABLO HTS.
.er. o.B oareos and Barbara an l* ygovrnm but fy prison r b were seen outside the to ward for information leading to i 5 erms forA
l ofttn debut onot toad's r p ad a u to ci c ot the p roo And, pFI spokesman said Evans the recapobb ture o each fugitive, the u
timeA. ho.a o t ,lbeen n Tdn erry, as we as the two oth- standard reward of the U.S.p Bu
wim" go-shyone. mag "se the' ea er prisoners whao disen armed in- reu of Prisons. The usual d f.' AF MB OA
stanyas Ct o be produced by iber N at te ollp ent s wick acknowledged that Charles detectips that mey saw a man withe de-
cHOLLryIXWn ONTal.V.. iera Free m u*ucesaf tmpt edwani were presumediera s ad been seen cmeto Atlant- ^
than'nsor wth hom be v Y a-orkn. n rahment fri, t nd i A.lanta police broadcast an Af C Wed reports were turned spiunda IN5y
tiotd in the Madwestis an une er. aarm earlier th t three menrl s over to the FBI. Both Stegall and
tawh a..ppeared itad B rbaras towXrd t t. bort a rmyt c rson te rbwe o seen outside the plasentenced to lon terms forall. A
ele in a ecinot to, and PSr dthe lu s oun; safonf t the FB said only two b enk robbery. were consideredpG AA
Story" telefilm is the m wee s, end the cnce between men were missi the latest w esperate, dangerous and possier bly ,othf Lutif
"The hingI '." Margaret- n tr i escape .rmed. IR 0 T
will go It alone rind sma cole of Hin e imIt nd Sut Meanwhile. Warden Wu H Hvard-A white man and a Negro tolsd
stanas'o to be produced er- silcoN to ta t le pukacknowledged that Charles detectives they saw a man with nervous -- --
ci-ry-Int'rr&*onal.... Mona Free.o-f-agroingt-reat of COMM-. .st1 Edward Stegal. 36, of Louisvile. a suitcase in downtown Atlanta
man's bark'fm New York, un- ed am um roim- e Noth' -. py., and George Ellis. 29, of Chi- Wednesday who was suspiciously
TV o ers.ut ly s her in some mysterious fashion." telephone. The mancC after entered
. ... ret Capt. J. H c general super- a black coupe wic pulled up at
whO aWppeared withKeefoe ras- toward it taly b ot Intendentofthe sons custodial the place he made his call.
seale in a-recent "Star as-4 the clusion ]staff, said it was "not impossible After seeing the photographs of
Story" teleflm is the wife of Lo His ecd .. ..... 'to conceive" that the felons were. the convicts in 5 newspaper both
Cle She retired a cle mer Oiout of the vast com- the white man ans egro.. said
years ago to stu dy tUe orPriadt. d w cdarsta e rrye pound. possibly ina truck. they were con inced the nervous
rwrbling. .r on as, u tdsalwbe hin a ........Y' .Several prison operated trucks man was Ellis.
raa~ce to --e~ o"ng onas musualbhnarem-. i.. I _
A romantic crck-up betweenO guard -ad t- O Atr.
Reck HudsOn and V-1 script girl ems
Bett. Abbott? She says : Military quarters "Id-Diem.s Flanders Accuses Mc yrthy
,We e-enuo"ediebaStbim, %ad guards, bigsfamily.4 0-0policer.% F
.n dotes, but -. tlmedand task force so cesors whoas ,
arot ,trrltre. There was no wield automatc "Power over te Of egr'adingFe llo w o n ..
reas te break .lf.sisg Press. -". "



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Diem'sresignation- was demand-
ed by loder of the aoutrys WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 --(UP) dare to criticize Senator McCar.
tmr- p ewerl Is --Sen. Ralph W. Flanders (R-Vt.) thy."
sctla, as -en W teValV S0 accused o&n. Joseph R. McCarthy The balding Vermonter said Mc-
andi the 1 Xy Together last niht of "a deliberate cam- Carthy learned early he need not
they cou and the al *ane of pain a discredit and degrade" stay within the Senate's usual
Ia i m udeoro ie tg priN a r-. senators who critidze him. "bounds of self-restraint."
vat06 ietotam 4J mo.. Flanders' office made public a
a brushed adle the demand. letter from Flanders to Sen. Ar-i "He discovered that the 'Indian
A mnfiate*Bpok n describ- thur V. Watkins (R-Utah), chair- Charlie tactics' which he had em-
d ede dispute as 'A niorll af -man of the special Senate commit- played with such notable success..
iat r g reat importaene tee considering ensure charges a- ..prior to coming to the Senate
--- ... against McCarthy. could be used with more or less
S "Flanders also sent Watkins a impunity and in addition provided
brief signed to document his him with wide publicity," Flan-
chargea that McCarthy "ridicul- de.r sad.
Sed and "defamed" his Senate col- He referred to a statement by
STf eaIgus and that he 'used distor- Ast. Defense Secretary H. Struve
SI tion sad Inuendu to attack the Hensel, wha was dismissed as a
kJ re uteatIns" of many citizens. 'principal" In the Army McCar-
MtcCarthy was not available lam, y hearings. Hensel said McCat
S mediaey for comment thy once told him an Indian nam-
Imander has filed similar briefs ed Charlie taught him to kick op-
SAGON, 8ed.18 W(FP) 0 on sar o his other charges. Wat- ponents below the belt until they
Paul ly. y etas oCn k.tkhasb told rawrters they would were helpless.
general in Indoehina. discl not be edved evidence.
today hat more than 10,000 neof e charges considered Flanders said McCarthy's con-
French nlo troojl are uMc- by th eenuea coomnaittee in the duct "is unparalleled and unpre.
ouftd or in the fighting be- Ia pi c bearing which cedented" in Senate history, aad
twee an 14. eed M w th at MCat y to fail to censure t would "leave
Scaed a nr s 'senTle." The Ws- the Sata debased and... unpro-
In that period, Ate -renobh Ar-. coaestepmblican also said of teted from the vilest sort of de-
ma lated 40,922 men "a missing Flanders "I t k they should magjgy and unprincipled attacks
s .- etoea or captuted b the gset a a with a bet and take upon members."
Venemyw 1a to a good iet ipe.
Sem a I*. Of'Tart a as to be htleu -TD A
Sitsa~tw aa.9.tge dui snrtk "o OBd ite face a T-O D "fi
11-, l r sort at ajtateMtMt Mtat Oshould notD A Y
.0 H r_.aaud for be taken seriouly."
0 3a" hoIe sid Cart*'s state-
^"a t- f 2 SHOWS
an s Ci raswnl hyprestl I 1- .aJ
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a integrity
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A EW TARS AGO a altsmI
f Chicago complained to the
united StateA SupreI Court
hat a public school teacher
uade reference to God la a
What a' far cry from the men
who gave us the matto-"In God
We Trust." Our, nation's found-
n believed In God and obeed
is' lawa. The rights they
claimed and obtained for us, they
described as endowments from
of O od as the -.
source of all out
Srights i the
oundation o0f
ur democracy.
t is the hall-
mark of our free-
Iut sometwheri

ur rights d from the NOW O
sponsiblity bat we owe UHis
features. We have continued
o be jeaous of our tights, but
inee t Me 1af on
with o* ;= .; ct tha
more difficuAlt top d-e sA
more difficult t1 defedot
Iod-8l"n n rtghi0ts POP
Liand Anror at the
truge to preser prtIT11e
oauerred merely by other me .
This dlipt uf mama Is what

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P is what Mlatlt ua eU-.
ayftem tragH tat of th *A
munista. Commulaim g
troubled about baasute ul
rita, for it holds that
another material alm
resource at thO states ad
creature of GOd.
ItH PROBLM of oe buqla
is therefore aot polie al d ii
miutar. It As moral. We *
never defeat oommn&m ISMopS
on a moral ground, aK ItM
only be defeated by pMY p' i
are fundam=eally moral Id
selves. ..
If we are to win this Meqtr
for the souls of mn we mOutl
so by eonvinilan tSiMrs St wE
have not enly a better y o
life-but the bt way of-
thIng More a
ten or a method of
1it reisre tha.t *e eo
lives and u f I u to aiA
all time Inp4 do t-MW
with th Divtine Plan -
Stripped >* tt III pi
eoafrtonts u is essentally
smple .- dow lo iMy a
od p-eola?*
-OOD are M-I
wimt thlir ABlllgbb to har-
Mont f food. a nper|
tNes U 'a becae they
tONir -Aftb aad =MUsin
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Afeven rougher now than In 8NEW YORK, Sept. 1w (Up)- Btl
t WWSSW W when the Indians won their last The only hope fot the Dodgers 8Srprlgly clear-headed 5M Lerhman lot to Rochester in So lie eur ** YVea
NW YORK, Se. 16 (U pennant. He says his hotel waIould be a complete collapse by jovial fr a fighter whO'd t the Owentig game of the play- HeVW Caduvy ss
NEW Y .ORK, 1. ( eUP) booked solid for the SerOis Ae l Giants. It happened ears fath tb 1 f o Tuesday night. Jack Fa
SiL (Sasud on 27 Q at Bats) wean age, snd reservations are aF6 wbn the Giants didn win easunplen Reeky MaUealme, Ba- ha was the winner in that c-n
NATIONA WA*Gastill, pouring al .. a game during the last week of m5 Cheart- ea that test and 1is execd to ppose Yea always w
Sa ATIONAL UB the season. The Cardinals lip- be let the Uf beca I Lhman again toi dnai a-a e
I h4 M Se, ba 1 S .asat am WI ad"ies atawlt fo:a a evened AI Tso
N. 143 .=3 esesst e.bat the Iadias The OGiantsrared ftam-behlud "I oiiaIntended t box Trwto at one victory alee wraSf
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Clii gneOnjFor Tiger Rags Rocky Marciano TO Undergo.
-rlr "u.- t .l. J ._ B.y. ,.tO!BON ./. ,; / ,. ** r ., l i l ff U ^WWS -
tQ Th9Aa C aZo Te1Plasfc Surgery For C5ut Nose Zn.
MOIART_ for Friday, Sept. 24, so It seems -
,a .: By TIM MORIARTY that this is just as good ati ._______ ", "- _ILi_ i I,-N .....
*g F as any to take a. uick gltance -," NAIONAL LEAGU .EU
iih NEW Y"RK, Sept. 18 (UP)F-Big Early Wynn overthe fence ofU thrd eldR W
ter hi 22nd victory of th a n and see how the the Cristol, balL p. oseR, "et -- iU).

a he "handsome waiter" ti High School Tigers are doing aUea uRocky Mariaer s a a z
i ad Indian vito stacelebration today when he towars bring home the tro of knocked out Cclard a 204 ha1 rles In i U 5 .I
the rthis yea r"etes p.r ths U .vy
viet'sase nnt th versus LOS app 18 UP) expented thol carrmte oand, r"r". #n o r m nor e1n0 exh W-T N OS L.on ...T o h eeo11o5 d ,
Sthers hi eoohs eason against sIts a sn anh ual ritual, ihtlG,.mo.n.rm....1 .title- o
S yth d red largely on bsentimentalreasops hfod r ia i S w a sp .fnose u s o3 0 o2
Sr w h h w i romp to e will b neverthelessd for t ho h mtr. t 1 t 13 111 n t chae. (Ni ht Ge62

sb. t f. ert off es ah l^leo tile 1 6 f s ur ery., -0As u c, Bob mild conhusaoon. e is expected once more with my se le tio Cf o al fro s athi the Br s 1 130 8 .r a he sid 10 000 0001 000 3, 0,

ae om k -a, ra. nulWJ 5 A th me ewrhm nPhd otrb 1 1rek m h e rEopentatc n Ora 0 Ild( ) .1 r
s tto -rpaton rDe- his consecutive ongame streak, seaso M ighe no only too wel bonton and too NA 5u :filket Othru :36 aa o t o eg
t ^ lth t R o f~>6B a grand which now stands at 804. closely contested battles seeM 34,330 ftef g mm.Se 4IT at O oto a

o th n 1pnhlsince the innau te duration of tacl ias 18 17 1 9 1 9L4 N .U. Meets Geor)ia
S s fr Por13o ,r ,- bet n 5. .5 b .. com. n .t thee to 5 ts of in & S. hS e t0 WAn Y kse -N1or2d k t4 nd c0p&d
ti e ateed t t Medina, who sprinted eih Johnny Potbon carries a well- wre The d --- t tm a Ithe ashe e
Y BI oby ehtletlcClubdoes. inotth, m n to a flyingsr twithit a asuffered'abloody unto ne Na ga e ,

eMosgnSe acam d e- yardo o thebs p- 1 pn anod fls Wei Sond he 7 e th eA ARIBE Ouhk on1d12 1" 5 O heA r FoIrt aall
good hlerl comeback Tomm start by Avila, whose basps-load ted when he comes drin ply bt M oe crerdlost dtheG6 -r dSok three ( a s u
Ih athe rona League open too will offer so nhe tbdM o ,'tch between the Na rt h ou TALLAA88EE ept. 18 (UP) Confen h
t ra e A eof The rrsCored once a t he de ie'reelsfen of ld theP of tlee bllde, W 1 1 t tenone375 S u NW eYo koingCommsusions, h 0 2 71 eto2t imd r

.se oMtleona, to Robin second quarter, again as a result rht now most of the football onoiMonaygvotoa Bnd 1 13 13 49 ictig oyye y hs of Thom
4 a eSN e w Y o k h i n k e e s L e ag p en n a nt .lt h o se t h a t u w ill v ou.c h e e ri n glf o ra p utWt e m p o r a r y s t i t chle s 4eW Y oim0 10i0 20o0 0 0 4. 7 03Ne|o n ( 2 3') a d e g n "

and the Philadelphia of a anta Ana misplay. Hal- attention has been drawn to the com en f the S oo)
Sbut mntaned tner ack Roy tephenmuffd a pass forthcoming. Jmboree at atea te trainer By ChAR, ALEman4t s t (21-14)andand-
me margin as the PittM from center on fourth down a nd Hoe Stadium friday night. rEachPalfoo e150162 187 519 lac surgery toa' tf l and i l the p two sal
Ptes w ed e nico took over on the of the our competing teams t to R ept. 1 () 1 lee bck
r aNe k d -'at today w ll most unon us and this story did with thhe S t itims. Gri d fr om ben re R"w Yr 0 -

S aew Brooklyn odr 9Banta Packrt off as a line ribbon theCI the Pibr. won two gas and 131 17 361 ad in a later eight t of from last s ta tte o
Snow an at lour. with a ge from the Goland, na tyS t l from scratch needing their 149 153 1 62 464t o trhmen on t
at he ld the Gants to one-yard line ars th scored year's wnner beome the frst w n t 10 1 ard hes lorgeo s ob, rs expiated to d her

h l' btt needed a twog reurnal Zone ter-am to win two pin 11....1 ta8 8 i hilernop"eed 19ft17 01s0s11 6 07 eo n. ay 3-is1) A0 O

^--I'rfnflaby Wel Ennti In the The Burros pushed across two Jamborees. -Lh od IEk remtulley 1Mi 114 14 410 Hos nose splid by a piece of l y 18, 000 thinkpI terback Sir Maseey. sopho.
theloer. rosterandbroke off guard and rambled 33 rof Class CWatson 48 l med up his round Nen con -ome- Tlor and tackle l
'ite Lodgers played one of yards through the Don p o 7io M71 tofimph when he sal: what qualert opo-comes de- who is rated a canhic foreA

t:r worst games of the seasondary for a touchdown, and mo. "It doubtedly wa my spite the fact that Georgia Is Ameran honors.
against the Pirates, committing ments later center Enrque Na Bennyt nd don't think e y rated the
ve errors and garneringghv nd Bill Price wia allnta Ana f be they couldn't qu T COTT ever been close before. 5) ento wi by several touchdowns 1
five hit oft veteran Max Lur- ble onS the expectedDon 33 and Contrtheras load |of ex -e E'a ESilpin n at ugha] ns g e th1e5 nd (t a i t .

th*t. Billy Loes gave up four passed to G0ngalea for the touch- Al Dble|0 unday :gSRe* bI"* e rtr* -w e2 S n*e waa =cddtoh- =rple ** *W F* tihnn and then was yanked in o n ,Kraka 171- Bnd 14 140 140 447 blood still tr he es 'kled from the considers e vIry much a priv- la

the second, when the Parat-es The Dons pIo)e themselves Taroh Forom h es hfam ,Mtrn 171-4 KrAk 20 1 *lee thiw one b dt MadclaN lege to play Geor) bt I'm
n hs p nnn-nhe. a t- lg di a ap 'weful and's hustlinor .ountstersa, I ... a gtu a c-.-eKen

pushed abros tbwo rs'moundre. together for' tres to Epeed, rather thanbrute forceBrasseled 171 Robison 155 157 181 473 champion consider apparently resh Nias certainly not waukee o to ay 004e0W YORK, Sept. 18. (Up)
The Milwaukee Braves recov final period, both onpa p wl be ethouwhie aer ad a R 124 162 169 455 Vldes of Cuband Don CockSt. thLe iht wre e to lose this ame. AMEICAN LEAGE
r t Louis Cardinals 6 on a for the Donsateroagin an an- Benny Favorite will tithe z oTANDIN 138 POWELL'S bow," MErando expaisnextd. He New Y10k 98 48 .000 8 4
f oftthinning single by Danny O'- eame as Contreral repeatedly asd thrcdom Jblorellbe aat M.T ... n Lot e ,e around untentOonallys I The SemInole coach stressed -
Connell. he never In- die baffled the Santa n nehborood of 189 and tan ce squad by taking threeTarrab 190 147 13 473 think, and Ike thought at first It that his men cannot afford to GSiae -emalian :

rveao games back with pitch-out. short psses. tva a ~ r 3 Brown 187 1s wa just a bloody nose. The cut make mistakes if they are to win INDIAN s
S aat itsche dule, in- of Mexican indepeg smith's 178 will be plowing frm t 1 Nord trom 12 19 14 400 The champion's dressing room based on the hope t Geoa 1819, at Detroit

S be unloaded Sore t i hr ao s 3 Handicap 49 49 49 147 pg and Rocky backed into gle pass block a punt or receive 24-2-2 Detro.
A1i a turnec1h th Poltee 1tm f7m 22 0-32 Custetorie platoonpvl,9 Pl1 3 corner behind a rubbing table, a fumble." w
2i| Wase w i0ear n0-.oi, blow Inthe Stoa 0 0 th em the iofWebb HrnedndBllth A a. Al We.l., his manager, short- e al AN .EE :

eve aed thmon's douthd conblunders by2, Mcaughey knowH s only "It was a dangerous cut he says he expects "the toughest 18-19m- at Philadelph-i

Al a be tahintw Bob lone-ogar ilr a th score nlyru ne he1odes the f irtl.Wde eaund. ado s.r Dof o'.pn gart ihnir me ."d Bu -ts2-1- ston dodh"l,
r!ldmll i nni the 2 I ThPo urrogos pf;e a acrs o lam-el I ___ II U Ifs 11. ... L d l w' i re .s en crown, s Adoa pecea o_ r l"e_ .

it fl oseu ste ft ga. up 'o'i wrh the w. Heu p d for thshe vs.ACE'Sfuture we would like pects to win "so we wont be -

rIsbeaned by fantr ttouchdowns-Mc- arhthsmall. 128 148 154 h British heavyweight cham on overconfident." NATIONAL LEAGU
air mierr at FaddenPrice sems to he I eheas fore f U ll o Sold Danfson 162 170 161 493 The e 33-ye-old ein.Teas W L Pet. B GL
the- Ph- covere d o nly a Points after-Neal wmblelon ac be tand for reven Th r which k n er would draw the most The Southeastern Conference New York M. -

.j o y n o r t h o .? lb.. new member --" Ther mp y h.w e ben s.oe rood as last year's, but his de- Mtwlhkee 85 o a si88 g b% 9u
t ,he period, competition too from Cristobal's NEW YORKf Scott. 18 (UP) DWon manager of Cleveland thoaghtthat Chare ense should be better He dded -
Se. r scep-Slyseen a lrt ,often1ms in his dayv The eCleveland hndians have SIUa h.-oMErtadium operaron, ad a large spf bln lr S ote GIANTe
k from the Pacific Hector treras avtt been a tennis pro in Unit. moved front and center on the Atok-holder the Indans. Do- h riea boMalet l, of our im-

J r .e d S t a t e s a n d B e rm u d a f o r t h e b asHb al. s t a ge l n aoy s t h e d u ti e 7N t f o r s a le M. sw a s se a m o n e. p r o v e d d e W. ^^e 2 2, o f
r0P 0 e '"' t 13 p o dneup for d The Indians can clinch the M manager Leo Duroche of the n$ 5," h5 4,bi and I i was'a 1o 24-25-28 at .
eooh4htt oeed e i g h t M e d i n a w h o s p r i n t e d e i g h t J nn rw s or ie s, deomi n posl t he d O

s SINGLBng' thi csco fdovtodCev lr ss thescore.Inth samep 3Pbounds n wisla ate o 3t how ea5M SnI rn eat twe an Septl
ndvhree;starts.nAlwaysa s W a 1 period, CorerasamhlImbCFTEe I Intoag cughoeideb awil
uduhdimtw mo .oe.h aor; soo trb bn li giving areurn tl undb the opposition plenty of isencd m bi/obin- C E A K sav age tog o brawl.

good ittr coback Tommy aa. Hay s Webb Hearn ervatons for Wor. yard nd trouble when he comes diving ldheteam with over the defend one w s e mattr setwae a 1

S twoPdoublee pl. Fladoii n vs Bert Graham They say hotels as fohihabcnar away as champion Dodgerst ho' I4lookri4htnow. hg J oh-sohnoce for the count of Pittbrgh
to Dos0. Our next stort vs Ctnt Ohebourn Toledo 120 miles. t westc 170 124 -149y the 3ctmpwone didn. t AL S Sept. .. 1( onn h .i
S" the n a League pen ws t re etell be more through banks George Mot- lmot are fuwen Roberts 163 156number te look to unhe eighth,nfonerBut o' m a a BAV a
at-e a he New Yorkq rTagaina t coverage of the Tiger eleven, but and the PstOffe took la Wa 1 om otherwe he showed absolutely Jit vilck yeays sTe

to sd q r an aCapt. Cromweil vs Angel Del The Indians can clinch the nation of four Giant wins or no eudecte. 18-1h, at NLoun
Sa t Vale pennant tody by beating Detroit Dodger losses wnl td it. The He was breathing teay even v 20 (2) 21-2d C1cinna
i the PhIlelpaf a Santa Ana ml ay. Half- attend olhass Rhodes vs or it eo the os mtA's beat of ants have eight as left... fterrdtherelnnterv State Univer-sity; S a os
Maintained rack RoyStephenmu pass fo shr th Yaks. Ev rthcoming Jamborthe Ya fe witeet MtNatethe h and thr ht anybody manager
m t f-t rDOUBLES would clinch the penFant. The this Gtlants can win by splttn theysr a lla, sashs one.p- yradefS Winsa ws. I
Pir"whipedt tenico took over on the Indians lead the world cham- with the Phils and beating the teamk bed -not gr Nuget-ft-t *etroib.

', Wn ll -umV-,lotei Ma Hayes and -a.. Dryer vs pions by eight games. Dodgers only once. o rlftn aRK, r ubbi (UPt Twl_ f.,_
Ma as. tomcete fLto Col. uwtnk and Flannian World Series fever SItau mFikinh tde-praid- kLIt Chb Faaey n9 eneptbig-time n football a to- n..
ae B y Der i7.Pullback .r- have w on the blue ribbon evenIt Wrough on Cleveland hotel o" the GIants har a plebBtt w cl w tocna ladetsive leas over tm

1 Cast Cromwell and Elopper vs managers. One sums it up this thdaght fw Glats fas. 'T th eted Wings in S
S magic.-umber-mo 0etla er and Parris way: "Try to fit 40000 baseball thing that rally w pa m their leaue semi-
u o e eas n c f nto hl00 rooms, and you en, y Feey, ffft ae fnal Playoft aer'ese
Sh b ere a t Oatfor. to-Canal Zone ta m t. wingoe. .1 11haI ise wose wby t wea bre lpe to gn Ta Bralyn Maday The uypon sucd r I 1

SLod e p o yard lagainst.s nd rn th r e-. at .. theD.- sco. .t .* eri
tr w a o_ f the ..saidaryfor ao uchdow nd endudoTOP T' Iru- with the Dd"rTh into By NOubtAN MILLER las t my sit be -efeaatGeora the r hr
five rrosadgrnein asecovnereeamantsAnnh r e-iit Ct. T lCtfl.eve oer b eenc os e b efore.s 5)dtobylsevera ou d.
M Enni.tpl l massemblednI npIn ney" 17-. .w ay nam n 199 12w 52 here w.s redish urp Said hSe -fo..e-
kont. Billy Loesgaveuupefour pse" .d to.G n erthe touch- Cuub i dl Ist fa nx men "II c'A'.
obinwone176-7drhioearts 1r34126123452 outdoerivse leheafywgD an k Saytat Vm-f,
yards through the I~on scbo 7od stlle .wiekr1.. om91 they colnsiderstd wer a pa- AA'one-cmesdi
Inninganenfd the waes.-yaonkedaryndor Ainouchdohn, ant TOPinEN
age si e tconP, whntes Pir aslter e Teonte msE Forceshtennis t heam ver 1f e 17 2e 16 53 r! le.en-htis nsundo but mlarcalegte fato l -o ,btGi
Th e Milwaukee Braves reov-wfinaleper iodbothonTeanisTeartunmatsunday.17-SbatigtadIdo'tthinkue wh he st'e tfig we'regng sedthime.L(. i
- ed from F double--Iret-oThe Burrosamooth-woanherkinTetsientllson 182-4 0 36Te in t 756 366y ttuchdow 142 Idoate a tere g o- Tam WLtG-
- Billy Loui sCard ials.e o passdtorte ons e-rthe ons throu out h ach epS pneAMSADNSv.S," M n e la ie. "- N "k 9
Pith- iningh sningle by Dny' aCDotrer eupndaatedlyand1thre doubles willyer plyed. Ts y t e L orsyontcamearoundiae y I N TdheSe ecoachstres
th cond T when nev sPieafedTheSant d Thei-Armed Forces.holdtamwirtros141- Wigt 7146149r 14r1 1 I tinU It atfir IT t eh t hs rymecanpn wiao on
them gasacwthpichousdseover letthe civiliansb eg tm CaeCb r n 1' 15 ll wsjut a blorod .theu kemiteto i N
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nanost valuble player, but tid M baesman-w wtribt-
-d0IIM -Ul-Y to the a ddl!i victory despifta IumInded x
fliRr o 03 throwing hnd. Note how he ha to favor 4t at bat.
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"Irs 06e paging aaonst a roulette whee w u t"e
I -a p'supmg, a .nl-um swInL whisk radng eouten-
ainM" em thiaineotegs tihe only way -year-als cin round
out their education. -
It Was decided to Interview Mr. Swope. fbr years the majestic-
ay barque master of the metropolitan turf, after earlier efforts
to contact more contemporary authorities had proved unproduc-
tive. I
George Widenerwho presides over the destinies of the lck-
e Clbit as alwas seemed odd to me that Arcaro or Atkinson
i.. hold ti portfolio). was said to be still vacationing in
r and Ashbley Cole, who directs the Racing Commission, was
reported bedded down with miseres.
S owmmn d cy dictated that Mr. Bwope be informed of
stoneby"a""e 2ttlrd.on theHt.
.l- t" -. ~ a- air ily, '"a least,~ou got me.
'A i dte Into the head.
e f.aK car dealr, who gratuitously
Sor a irs magaslne, the Blood ore, that
b6-nlbe nver tried to win with ito 2-year-olds the tirst, second
or third ine out. Just raced 'em for experience.
To begin with." tr. Swope began. "I can have but scant
respect for a fellow who befouls is own.neat, as t~s Crevolit
bas. .ne. A fellow who can find nothing more attractive or
tstlu tlng in racing than this to discus shouldn't be in racing."
ContinuinWg, the grand old man of Long Island ero4uet, said:
But whit tQ say of the highly placed racing pep0e who
= 41tbredbls hide with the nolay, Inpteations of their virtue and
bu .ed him out In public orn as if he were a monptrous nfidel?

"I could understand this fnere purtanoal reaction If' these
e had condemned him as a traitor to racing or as an In-
er. but thee m en know, they lpave got to knw. that this
ow was, for the mo lpa.t al peaking the truth. There has
been such a practice In racing. Th is till such a prac-
in racing. To dey itn to traffic In hypocrisy."
Mr. swope wasn't sure at firstA he should suit up for this

It will immediately be recalled that, I was oce chairman
Uthe Rain Commislmon and it will be stated that I did nothing
eod this patent fraud, and some aparklingly original pillar of
he tr is sure to say: .Look when's talking. .
Wue, IBk wai oualifying during mpy administration., but
I as tIn e that Land my associates did nothing to One of reasons has had such loanI
i h It Is difficult to detet ad a til to pom y
taM best that fan be hoped for, under present condions. is to
it to a minimum. This can be.done by maintaining cloee
S suspect owner and trainers. They may outwit you the
but If you are on the ball they won do It the second

It was at this. point that Mr. Swoibrought In he meta-
r ee wheel. o t
e is the one who or breast racing In this country,
be no posWt justifcatIon of a practice which enco es
Sft an evwih a c e Me racing, for s uturek ha
iter bar -year-od altogether.
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Mt. wope fars raag is atill thfnlknftin, terms of arik-
o y a. on 4League royalt.
"lt U sed to be, more or less. a prat e sport, swhenjolt
ad teq wien confined to Newport. Today acng is
pot. Perscaly. I Iklh it better Jn the old but t who
i A And. uUch more impo at, the day are a
one. rrpl, *
"What tbhem track awnert on't soeewm r u ais
6 maramft Aescabe"=
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rkted the yan to 10 pen-
.A an .m nine World cham-
pnihpa in the 1 i eTo he
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Maggio. a the e th in 0
years, i tinged pblby bitemess
.'I uPpee n. he w *there
might be sto the gripe
that. the Tankee W twkeem.
of their old tars. There are
few other old-tlW besides Bill
Dickqy and rank Crosetti who
desered a bettor break. I never
looked for the Yankees to take
care of e."
DiMagglo recalls that the on-
ly times he had problems were
when the Yankeeps. were trying
to talk him out of some money.
"Tbey'd pass along the propa.
gandato the sports writers, who
In turn-would feed It to the
fans," he recollects. "My ears
would be the final target'

After the 1941 season, when

ad was named the h-e
ble-play, the late Barrow
ac trayrd to out salary.
Barrow mentioned something -
Wumt World War II, boyse gling
I1 a month, Indicated that It
aDiMa's patriotic duty to
take less.
DiMag reminded Barrow that
S eard the turn stile clicking
Sbhis two-monh hitting
streak He mentioned that he
didn't notice the Yankees giving
there recelpts to the V8O.
SIt was after the war, when
Lar MacPhall arrived, that
DiMag got the more Important

at times for Mickey M(antle.
a b I sp1ah (ke ilMg, but
didn't have the necessary minor
league experIence to lean on (like
DlMag.d.d, in coping with the
idulaton of the customers)," he
poluts out.
"It Mickey could curb his ten-
dency to trike out. he'd be a
more dangerous hitter."
Mantle tries out around 100
times a year. DiMag stresses
that Mantle's average wouJd soar
if he could get a piece of -the
ball 40 of those times
"With his,terriflo speed he's
a threat to beet out an ordinary
ground ball that Isn't handled
cleanly," he note.
When DiMaggi6 broke into the
American League tn 1I6, two.
hour game was conaldered a long
afternoon. Today they're fortu-
nate to mget In five innings in two
tIt's due," testifies IMagglo
to the pitchers lack of conlL
g follows are brought uo so
fuAft t they don't have time
to develop control in te mlnor
i lop

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'rSrnmarkable how lucd Y

Ne.e at Browi ynI can b a esn
,n baseball .. -b ow m. r
ky Wothrwise... The r order tawe.
troubles this year wer s smudie
metol as- psIcalor....
3Utl d her Aal.e she e

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t bdr leat o t l e
Jobany Antoell, called "Aunt
Nellie by his Giant teammate,
huns a pillow for hi lumber
because he's ale rRg to hen eath-
ers.... The southpaw notch d
ix of his 21 victories by deni
cal l2 hsores.... It wan lass
aping tht at quiety confident
JoPay ie Uld, Durother'sgo
mTe figredfor iuberl m do
staff I TV oul....
Watoys rse nta leo s. ha

M2t2 last year...

wn, on WFa ,e bler- d
UW doeul'iNSaIP
t hrse coul hadn't aveto owner.
.. Paul Brown'sign oen't
with a -squen Otto s set
up the quarterback' s"Nyet
comes lster than a Russian sen-
tri Loa taro a up theo
air g nretg hie Igto, oareer

S is Tr revealed about to
hit the stands, Joe D1 g ad-
mits Marilyn More ddn even
know who he was when she met
i- "It was a refreshing change
in this bAck-slap ngworld."....e
once taught her play bilards,
and before the session was finish
ed she had beaten him... He took
her fishing once, he recalls, and
she didn't know which end the
hook caught, but came Into dock
with the biggest salmon....
PaulG wil g be in the M In.
meeta .tfo again i"s aUI
The begnu bar wIUl.alsedo a
sports TV sew o in a &ee ..
Veteran trainer MAxt rach
says racing offcials cos have
nipped l=a lIl Crevelin before It
st& ... by slapfta& down the
boisterous owner Detr mine
right after the tt y ey
wnen, o an ,ipuse he blurted
his horse could have also won the

is pest-gams iftbie frays. In
= IGeneral Mans cI Kerbawy
of the Detroit I1 isn't too
peturbed about he big l
en And the Le Anagles Iants on
we coast..."Rember," he cau-
tions, S s. price earlier
than the rest, pinting to those
exhibitions They itar practice
earlier than the rest, pointing to
hose exhibitions so teWy can build
up the gate for tb- regular-sea-
ft D~erll eof nlofeRUmierus
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Written for NEA rviie
QUE OTION: The basesre load.
, wth one out. The batter
Ia slilin e to left o lpl,
which tefieer traps. The hfu
ner from third DaM hules acrs.
the plate, but athe ri
and second as, etig th
ball was cauAt, return to their
,bases. The ou0deer throws' to
eond bse t's hte best way

man on eond:- e Rhee.
Answer: The second baseam
should tag the runaer at second
to hane step send tor any
me leading ramer at f urt. s
move saikU. t a dowith
"nd beleM 14it e run aeired
o se Babe it ,he fet older must

St dium. t.
Q, Can an umpire force a pitch-
L to change his uniform or any
rt of I -wheh has been ruled
T`g1 for some reason-during
J, gMeO-Crley Boch.
W.Mhen babe Ruth ht hi WfI

A. shie Babe hit 2 at Taakee

*Ora AAA J. o t
knespaIVynlar ieton
.will move to ( gy
where another ble-heer
Wll start at 7 e The bwo
mers of MoM

Sw e aext Friay,
1011 g, low Wda Wy.' until
three of the fiasi havte afsutted

The matches two-out.-*
thee aff t ua
biWbe tMlRwhen on-
ly two te anin Inthe run-
ning w I decided by
the betfe.

MLTJ John nod out
wone Bea on 1 A.uth hio n
_oi C. A *ery
of over 100o pnaoM turnemid out
t seethe mt, w tur-

O dieshb~o r fote second
consecutive yer t Ml'.
Pay Ryan who downed Mrs.
We Hutehilns and 2 after a
"a-saw battle;
JiJn Other matche, Ray Blan-
%enshlp edit Otft H. R. Payne
-4 for flfirrt honors, whle
Nick Ka ehak tok the second
flight from John .ias, one up.
The third flight Award went
I. J. Ibelp who bested W. W.
DolAeay one up after twenty
ioe oL Club ph as a d
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ship trophia be prreented.
Tie and date of the tourna-
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unit imy sources facing'
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ald st ot history md said resident E- He said no detailed count bad and a great sn. of humlit becoingS a m tnt isA Dnes ued to t
g Radio the sdiretive was iiv t s- o l eaisl-.p ,

w pdown party. about I00,000 messages, and welfare. I certainly way to 's all ah o
itregthe sea, ir and He d hve 16. thank t h sa that te Elum hower ad iitra. a major ddrm to t
d efenses and te as ra 1 ei ca at was my greatest mail as tionhas et pt i gewk.

'or a physic alB^BHi ^^^^^^^ l lits relenani. He id voters aan.
M vtory' evsier the Ni o. etnes the in atc- C Individu al the former reh iden t Chief issue of tle (NtI I le f)- promle and has not kete good nad f i' t? re -eU.
Fi vtorys v r n ea teNth" a. hgetud said "an I wish I could answer tion, he said, will ae t hhe bas- dia- faIath, Mitchell said.' Apu o- Ede a wh-e tim-.
at. be a tod weaken the defeoC drin a r Dume s ntnon oic s
he l is lo sai te Ons despite th a*ttuost Coi n. inf ybeo Wesing t German a r~ R s.
Ir "veluateer" o w uhad be-. muuIst muIacq hA tery.
. with draw .ro North Sideli nev de rs from at e l..m l fr- '.
R adi ohe, m thoo ~tiadd i ng aib tic national r I.n UH I"t I"o a am e a
i ftbthsei t army." herae, and lemctie only one doif h manaium yad
o muanist o said on speech this fall, Anthe former Pres- L Me lr do i
a t h Reds eairn dent "gdveR'em-peul" by letter. i s and r
"It WlMgsasMb It was tem41-ncent 0ok his 19486 houar. of i
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lthraP I"r dent Nlbnhower should ABRINGTON pe r .16,
moves '. be secrecy wlashn for a Demo The enoua a .
-,'cic Cdfrsa He wrot nev- ",n c. Hec i namn aed r'q *.. 4..'..1
adc t 11t not specify is l w eaknt h eign iy deev edd ne

v p er t l ers apde ooanst i p t p" gB l hea boritnae otamo n t, ter.l
a"uL ,b usNd- The former President labeled Te oun.let "Ha"t-" lists the
history a "do-wrong, give-awaytwra once ag the future

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a ntralte l body. It u tanBed dy do n r hed s ar d heeat thend a mG tao '
Iae thi. w 0tho rfess he aof theid m ore Importan de e t StrteeT t Ln

ee.'" t .in t n ,naeo th ee ouet- a or witheF -then
t co t nrevolu tonad in merit gIca Den iowerin Conud. hg T t- Pat 111, 1op er.o teo ds

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