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


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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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"LI sh.people know he truth viahe country is sale" Abraham Lincolh.
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IT countries that
U.N. side against
in Korea sutg-
28 deadline for
in the Panmun-

Ade uMet. .
- 2, one month
usjom agreement .wa
h hU.w. General Asmeih-
roved resolutions for the
tlon of the conference
to beb "two-aided" con-
wit ,any or al of the 1I
that Teulht for the U.N,
Si tX Korea, which
L..; member-Sittingt
merld organlsatla's de.
j-. voted a meat for

.eW r
Rua, provided d whether side
desires it," but d4. et vote a
seat for India whi Ktan and
her Commonwealth countries
On Sept. 13, Commnt. China,
with the sent of North Korea,
rejected the U.N. set-up and&de-
ananded a round-tabl, rather
than a "two-alded," conferencee
and nominated participants
all the Korean war belligerents
plus Rsia and (ur Asian "neu-
srala"-Indla, Indoneal, Pakis-
tan and Barma.
Lat Tuesday the V1Y. steer-
i ~t committee voted ainst
putt the Communist proposal
on the agenda.
y diplomats her1 have
wtebed gwg cardW__ for his
reactions to the sal onfer-
ene ar naont ;- ,-
has-threatmed to walk out of
the eonfrce, one At takes
plabw, if fails to make any
progress a.ter 90 da.

* & &Z woo p nvenW -- u-w ----
on Frts nce, who Is 35 years old
Sear" was an inmate at asylum
Im pro- since Oct. .20. 1951. He escaped,
in 14, according to the authorities, on
the night of Sept. 8. On the day
at the of the crime he was seen on the
as last bridge located on the Trans"
I. WiS., Isthmian Highway not far from
N the roadhouse Jardin lad lores.
bW where Mangaz was found mur-
n dered.
o o Two eyewitnesses Identified
0 prod' the escaped. Inmate from photo-
I graphs. His description seems to
d the coincide with that gien by the
.4the woman who first ti police a-
as bout a thin man wearig a mam-a
m" h-. bo shirt seen in the dese moun-
tainous area behind the road-
policy, house.
I be- MeanWhile, polc9 are Inten-
ax the sifyin their saal l9r Franco
S free whose :present whereabouts are
not known.
d&. but Owner of Jardlo Las Flores.
ngtlc Manuel Taboada, today offered
Ahin a reward of $15 to the person
-of the or persons who captures Mansa.'
assasn. He said he would pay'
Bter his the reward after the murderer
tlght. was found and oved g ty.
l h- dlash from the back, was the
i" .daytime barter t the rad-

of-the s0th floor of th
Jump. About 6000 p&
the tense scene. Mrs.
5B minutes before a p
building. A television







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Jap Typhoon Thousands Driven

Leaves 431

Dead, Missing To Shelter,

TOKYO, Sept. 26 (UP) -
Japanese national police report-
ed todsy 431 persons dead or
missing in the severe typhoon ...
that ripped across Japan yes-
terday and left large areas
fluoded. 0 -
The latest casualty report by PANAMA CITY, Fla., Sept. 26 UP) A hurrica
police listed 134 dead, 297 miss- PANA
Ing and 311 injured, slammed inland from the Gulf of Mexico today, drivi
Heavily- pupulated Kyoto pre- xiotoday, drving
lecture was hardest hit with thousands of shore residents to shelter along the upper
45 dead and 31 missing. Florida peninsula and isolating a city of 3000.
JApar's worst typhoon in 19 More than 7000 persons clustered in shelters in Pas. >
y the nation's main island. am6 City. Fifty evacuees, one stretcher borne, fled in i
The Tokyo area escaped the from Panacea, Fla. Floods from fierce rain cut off
worst fury of the tropical storm 0
which had 90 mile-an-hour ropds around Apalachicola.
winds howlng at its heart, but Hurricane Florence, sixth of the season, roared inlo
(N llicelehoto) gale winds up to dge m.ped. lash- northwest Florida just before 7 a.m., some two hours be-
*. Mllici t Armin. 36. stands on the ledge ed the city.
e Chicago Tribune Tower. threatening to A few old-style paper houses fore weather forecasters expected it.
etators gathered on the street to watch were cumpled by the winds.
Armin was oa the ledge for an hour and U. 8. soldiers, sailors and air- Before the wind and rain sud- Flerida authorities 'r
priest holtng her dog lured her into the men were ordered off the streets denly halted as the "eye" of the the national guard, c. vie
station 'set up a camera on' a building an hour and a half before the storm apparently passed Pana- fense hderters al laEr
tandtelevised the drama, sterm here reached its height. mi City, gusts up to 71 miles per enforcement a re n ei es
hour whipped about empty "standby alerts" to pi i
streets. Some power and corn- and prp ert -
European Parliamen municatons lines fell. The down- Hurriane renee ad In
pour sent water swirling over days mounted from bare hom'.
many streets. can trenth to Its piet 2.
The refugees from rainswept roecty in a two dy asking rm
t m sFo-dEast-Wes :Panacea beach were driven to the gulf from theYtucatan
emergency shelters at Tallahas- Several ships had brubshea sut
seea.,somecu ., some 30 miles inland damag ingwids before
to the north.port
Th 3000 residents of Apala E

,W by 7 to 7 today, a r Bt
abte on, to urge a Big Four radio contact wit p ic ob the Brwyo Ais r
conference and an East-West said the isolate and marooned obemaster Base at Mobile t
mutual security pact. residents were taking It calmlv, port and Naval Air Stationat
The assembly is a sort of ad- mostly huddled into shelters, Pensacola, and the bigAir PWm
viaory parliament representing Damaged except to communica- installation around Valpario
free nations of Western Europe. t'ci.s was reported slight. and Panama City, Fla.
Only one clause of a report a- The buffeted cities are al Mobile, scene of a 1906 hu-.
dopted by the assembly ran in- located in a so-mile curving cane that took 150 lives In near.
to serious opposition-a call for sweep of shoreline frmin the by villages, boarded up itsdow
the inclusion of Western Ger- northwest extent of the Gulf town waterfront on the Uai
many in the West European de- of Mexic, in whleh the hur- Rivert. a tidal channel 30 Male
fease effort. It was adopted by rieane had battered at least from the Gulf. Merchants maoed
a vote of 62 to 17 with 2 absten- six ships. their stock from the 4hol e
alon7. The U.S. Coast Guard sought district fronting the river.
unsuccessfully to make further Ocean going sh ios delayed l ..
radio contact with the Eale. a lngs and waited for last-mintte
The report calls for a confer- 440-foot Canadian-built Libertv hurricane bulletins to d l e I e1
ence of the United States. Great ship lat reported tryin to ride other to try to ride out t
Britain. France and Soviet Rus- out thle storm in the gulf with 35 whether to t to ride out t
ia on Germany and Austria. men aboard. Coast Guardsmen storm at sea
Other issues would be included feared for the safety of at least Housewives bouerht candles
If practleable, five other small c r a ft in the and bathemergency lihtubs standard nd flbure.
The proposed East-West se- heavy seas. carn alert prneedure.
curity pact would link the Unit- Most multe-ennriedur am
ed States, Britain and Russia wereMost mti-ened afrom r ae
with the proposed European po- f Isis Field and fwrei r n and Ton
litical .commn.ty of which c.oi/mmuni ss Can't dalFields In Flrmida tohasse
France would be a member. I nO-i-" sn,:-_ M _"p--
While recommending measures Kep On Top Texas. A few rescv-

Resdenb ke Ther pg proclaimsI ... .... .....
toward peace, and eventual dis-hands on their tied awn t be
for continued Wels trnndefense IT.." oV ,nV- H Y *r soW .
,oInan G h P ole s ndr edsm or mi.arPEl
re.6 an unae-' mament against Communist' ppr worked to tie down ,inule-engm -
Sthe ledge aggression. WASHINGTON Sept 26 (UP cr N oft at the Air 'oree hissn s .
d on e explanation when you -ope Pl proclaimed today a ne to Uruguay. thePen Rtat

not (or undeatand It. Roman Catholic "Little Holy RoThey asoP disclosed that two himappd the
r te on the fact that no ear trt next Dec. 8 to employes of the Polish wor center for

one -mah presently ts in the commei ort the 100th ann-TPhress Service In New Yorke The Re o *a n a at.
hie anal for coletkg tolls verary ofthe doma of the Im- tchoe Wlonczek and Henryk r the ircTaeret
pthe toe nto the Republc m ulate inepon o the Unitco recetatles. l Ja onve
to-eon "final alert" urovidin, for -
City I t was learned to gin American officials revealed to- evacuation of eron el's

ends one o afair not Korowc bolted the Polish dele-proclaimedtoda gone to Uruguay.h
not nue very long. In a iyccal announcing ati lso the Unitsclosed thattwions ihe e r
c on the lt'. on the fat that nos "Marian ear" (Year last week after being namedxon- its rino The n e tf h r
ihone am-t nmehU~ presently m sts r In thecommemao ih th e 100th ann- pressService in New York-a T oreRd C roe Chrent N r*.
irhe x- a for colleti toils vesa o e dogma of the m- coe Woncek and nry m Atlanta, Jacksonville
the toUs 1 cl iag into the Republic. mc ulate pObeptionr of the Vir- Gall-fled to Mexico recently. e
City su-I tya it was learned to- gin Mary. On twos of that, Drse Marek l ve flshin. bo ts weh e rea T. '
dia..tae of affairs Is not; orowicr bolted the Polish d bdepac e he ,e )h ..eb e t .&rA .'n .

Rste r toue v oery was eddt5toveaeetthe feast ,othr Polesek was the ffre te0 wlorlds Iens the
& iyoftinueveryl ong Inam n ylwcal announcing e action to the United Na.tionerl hPthe 1tv h,,irrvl-.riO
c o A- omp etlae ith t e p e t "Marian ear" (Year' last week after being name on- Its frin fe*. They wre the- wI
teep, or i ti e s ed m addressed to R ly recently as an alternate de e- I t .I main tem ne a".Mt
the faet,[4 t U l-states has ordered _a~ blsbops around the Iigate specializing in Internation- to .l"rst-'ort.q rrm ,h'
onal f010fi cers a poetsI moon Cow Reds To Release to "f nrt.r 'h ofT.
N ceUd m to setupoll rates forCatb to pray for peace, uni-I Gall wrote the U.N. Corre- lk. ,,n ,,,, ,..r ,, nouno. ""
 .to p. aO OkI A9e Five Norwegian 25-Hear Day .
awiev4 church and for "the spondents Association from Mex- Snrno. mOsF oeut e 174.ft.
1M u established by thehu'i- v silence" behinold the ico last summer resigning as Sro(UP wl ho T n a-hfr iT
he tab... >pulow tie y In the nripe old bovie World Warnt because, th e Norweian d the M roe Citm hSn
stead ot- e Ilirds mift il.itarylsu Tl.i b tr llcal. dated Septaid mbasn Mesy hcoon an"extenouned vtoay state rad w oemimt tiw b a .

. 5 .r day = birthof the VirginaI the n f or t PNorwegians were taken d ethe s0.
It h,..r. af w af m an. .*e produce, a total prisoner on the eastern front. | c ,."' regl '
, te1i l- Army official s a the .weeks ago, wo r thkiPol-tboard the A) mee --___
TM_ TJ. year will run until bI Pess Ageney gu a..yon -I Tate ,wort e t that a.
ed is ire M l f 4. the 10m ik before wheride Gallthey were serien. the .fr d the tho-
a i.... et on n 1854 bureau has been manned y t arm. f the MIe-. baek t awh RA ,
ae1, IIt r m m sh was cceived e precie whereabus wasand the a Tde -

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POUNOcD Ov N01L.ON OuNoaEVI. L IN 0s a Is N ws
S *7 H TerTn P SOed 13 PANAMA, f. PA
atEPNOr* r PANaa NO 1-0740 15 LINES) An
Cte OrFFcK ,I ,74 Cr Av,-N, "TI ',TWP I* ,NOT At IST *TAFF oe
I4H rlaMioo AVg NrW VonRK ITI N Y Co m n
20 MONTH. IN ADVAN-G-S_ I 70 5a so
Va i* V*A too T'"- IS YOUR FORUM THE'READERS OWN COC UMN ST. LOUIS heavily troubled
by tae bitter feud between the
Giants of American labor and in-
S Iustry, President Eisenhower
ents as a mediator among quar-
The Mail Bex is an open lorum Ice .-.ders of The Panama Amer- rolling military men and nations
ken. Lettfi are received gratefully end ore handled in a wholly conti- abroad are useless on the home
deniol manMe. front. ,
It you antribute a letter don't be Impatlent t it doesn't appear the Labor and Industrial leaders
not day. Lnters are publishi4 in the order received. have met in sepaarte off-the-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one pageo length. record sessions, Just a week-.
; Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. and 1,000 milea-apart, and
SThis newspaper esaumes no responsibility foe statements as opinions have decided on a showdown
din letners frem reears fight in which the President,
o -- sooner or later must take Sides.
Only last Sept. 16, some 40 or
USCA MEMBERSHIP 50 of the national top Industrial-
Sir: ists and their counsel met quiet-
When the idea, of a general employee association was broach- ly n New York's Hotel Waldorf
ed, I was all in favor of it, and still think that a genuine organ- Astoria. They made up the
iztion embracing all employes of the Canal Zone or U. S. Uov- Dept. of Commerce's business
ernment on the Isthmus is what this place needs, but when the advisory committee.
ladies were steam-rollered into taking over the organization, 1 And they decided that since
bowed out. ex-Secretary of Labor Martin
It may be true that the employes themselves can't get to- Durkin was to launch an attack
gether on any common ground, but if that is so then let's for- upon them at the AFL conven-
get the whole idea. If the women want a voice in matters, let tion here, they would draw up a
them express it thru the already existing Civic Organizationa program to preserve the Taft-
but not one supposed to represent the employee himself. Hartley Lrw and make lt-tough-
I fail to see why non-employes, even though our wives are er, if need be in a .show-down
vitally interested in what happens to us, should run an organiza- fight with labor.
tion supposedly representing the employee. Then, six days later, on the
For many years I've heard the same old complaint that eve of Martin Durkin's blast, the
few would take any interest in any ot the organizations or attend 3$0-man Administrative Commit-
the meetings, so that a "few have to do all the work." Did it ever tee of the AFL's political league,
occur to anyone that the main reason most people drop out of met in a closed dinner session hi
the local organizations is that inevitably a few always capture the Jefferson Hotel here.
such organizations and run things to suit themselves long before After a fiery speech by AFL
the average member gets a chance to express himself one way or chief George Meany, the politi-
the other. cml leaders of the powerful 10,-
Take this new Association. As I understand the By-laws and 000,000-member federation de-
Rules, which, as far as I know have never been fully published cided to raise millions of dollars
or explained, the individual member is never permitted to vote and start as early as Jan. 1 to
on a particular subject. smash the GOP's control of Con-
He may vote for "delegates," most of whom I've never heard gresm and the WhitP's cHouse
of and I've been here off and on for the last 30 years. Once a Meanv slashed at many of the
year, those few who can attend a particular meeting, probably men around President osen.
notion his side of the Isthmus, may get a chance to express their bower and said there could not
views, but presumably that is all. What decisions may be taken be any compromise with them.
are.ap to the "delegates." I want no part of that. If I am wrong, He accused Eisenhower's ad-
I stand ready to be corrected. visors of having developed a
It is true that during open meetings little usually can be ac- carefully devised plan to con-
complished. There is always someone who wants to hog the floor, tain labor He said he disagreed
or introduce irrelevant subjects. From that standpoint, I can ap- shar with some of the Cab-
predate the motive behind cutting out the right to get up and inet a eberes, and their ad-
argue for what one thinks is the proper thing to do. visers, who were urging Eisen-
However, when such important items are on the agenda, such bower to curtail aid abroad in
as hiring expensive lobbyists or otherwise compromising the the or-the fight on Communism so
panrsation and its members in assuming a great financial obllga- that taxes could be cut.
tlona this writer wants a personal vote and the assurance that He especially singled out ASe-
ever -other member of the organization gets a chance to vote retary of Commerce Weeks.
alp not just those who may happen to be able to attend a cer- Plans were then roughed out for
ta1 meeting gon a particular date. t h heaviest political campaign
tTht is another thing that is wrong with the average organ- in AFL history, which will take
zatton down here, especially one involving both sides of the sth- considerable funds. Typical of
nmu a Everything is decided by a few people who happen to be the enmity towards the Admin-
able tO attend a meeting which customarily is loaded by the sup- istration was the immediate on-
porters of the various cliques In power. If you don't attend, you th-spot contributionof $10000
are no +vote. to the Tnolitical fund by the small
Sometimes, and frequently, it is Impossible for all members AFL Glass Blowers Union.
to attend in any one place for instance, even with its present The basic funds for this cam-
membership of 1500, it wruld be impossible for all of those to at- oaign will come from the drive
tead in the usual meeting places except possibly the stadium to collect $1 year per man from
and particularly dao'nere where people are on the go often and theAL's m
not ,even on the latnd a thelawme. ntAeL's 1r0,4000 menbert, As
But, eo ngo nrth tmakot:fast ,as this rolls in it wilba dl-
But, arrandemahutod is made, and should be made to m vere to the Mupport of Demo
that every memberi:.s circulated and given an opportunity to crate Senators, not only for te
submit his vote by mall or soime other convenient means h- and general election n which e-
down here, considering the tropical lethargy afflicting most of us publican runs against Democrat
after a few years, it must be made an easy way of doing it. but in 17 of the 5 Senatori
This is particularly true when major subjects are being con- districts which there will be
sidered which involve all members. Call it a referendum vote, if important primary fights in 1954.
you 'Wish, such as cities and cities frequently hold n the States This means au actual invasion
When ncom sl u This means D I mn15
When sonething-comes up involving taxes, public improvements, of the Democratic Party to make
l., invby vig eaxpendures of large sums to be paid for eventual- certain that the AFL's friends
ly y the taxpayer. aren't eliminated before election
Anyway as far s this writer is concerned, no "delegate" orday of '54. te re election
other officer of any organizatLon Is going to obiloate me as a Much of labor's o..
Much b oflor tatck on theP
member of the organization in assuming a large inanclal debt top Republican leader, bn..
in the amounts represented by the hiring of lobbyists, etc., un- be cone i t o e F
lels I have a definite, personal vote In the matter and am surei denot Nion and nVt on Mr
that every other member haM had a chance to express his views Eisenhower. That was obvious
accordingly., from Durkn a
Don't forget, that under the law. any and every member of While the e Lao er ala
any organization is personally liable for all or any part of a debt accused President Eisenhower oi
assumed by such organization. breaking his word on the revi-
Perhaps theabove will serve to explain why many people sIon of Taft-Hartley Durkn, the
here have shown little or no interest in the present Citizens As- lumbers union chief, resisted
soclation, and won't until It is completely reorganized on a more efforts by other New Deal offi-
logical basis. Which saddens me. as such an organization, prop- cais who wanted him to charge
early constituted and belonged to by every last employee in the Zone Eisenhower with being a "pres-
is certainly needed now and forever more. owner" of certain bg business-
Zonite men. Instead after retelin hs
pn ish Orhsto as reported In this column
-wellofthePri ntspsoket
1 "--^ T rk"- earlier this month. Durkin spoke

T oA P Ethe iPres dent'sesincerI t

y ..
Durkin's speech was read over
the telephone to the White
House by one of Its observers
NTRaerebefore It ",'a delve.e,

N aa position one way or another.,


1,-, It IS O "VI tKUT" presentation!

TIVOLI Great Double Program...
a a MANGANO and Vittorlo GAS8MAN, in
-- and

Daniel, 4, of Valparalso, Ind..
smill% to show his upper and
lower dentures. Until eight
months ago, the youngster was
on liquid diet, because a rare
disease caused a rapid decay
of his baby teeth Now he's able
to eat hard foods, while waiting
for his own set of permanent
teelh, expected to arrive by his
L. sixth birthday,

S"You Can 't Afford ot to BefeMe to Afford It"

SOptimistic Bankers

WASHINGTON-(NEA) -"There's nothing in building and a lot of remodeling. To me it's
the big picture t cause the slightest concern obvious thy. aren't kidding about the future.
for the future."..."The .ne or.tWo soft ppots in Bankers won't be. buying a lot of new safes if
the economy are absolutely nothing to worry a- they didn't bnleve that they'd be having the
bout and the general outlook i.ftine"... *'Oc, money tonpt in them and thaustUok -gd.And
there might be one or two little'recessions hpre who should "now more about of busl-
and there, but th6 basic future picture is good." neas than bankers?" -
"With the party we now have running the Mosler speaks with a good deal of authority
government the people ave nothing to worry about the bao king bumsnes. He's the fourth
about in the rwa of a epression.because our gnerAtion Mol r to run the firm. The Mosler
litical leaders liv*oaVbres and the author- company builtthe vault at P. Knor, Ky., where
ty to remedy any situsion.' the nation's gol is stared.
I've been In the banking business 40-ar Two Mder safea. whch were 1200 feet from
and I can't remember any timune when the future ground aero when an atofile bomb taploded over
looked so solid and bright'for all kinqd of bust- Hiroshipa, suffered only minor aingeing around
nes ." ". f. I. .. the edges. The biggest vaults on the Chinese
And there you have typical statements by to- mainland, at Shanhai and Peiping. were built
day's top U. bankers, in spite of all the un- by -Mdule before World War r. The cmomany
easy reports from various places About loomlng has m re parts for these afes Af the Chinese
trouble In the business world. Communists should need them, but Moser says
Unbridled optimism was ol iously the me Isq nMoonting too heavily n tha. business
of the recent aonu. convention of the Theb ft trend l -hl- Abe
cenanBkers Aic" lo, nhem feepr the first drive- bank also indlF- 1 Aa 1 + n.
time since 24. "Th= V is *thefr nit tiOe wStw*senof buIness activlwt them
been w ehe nes.vae one .banr..iifThe ides, Was first inl b i e

claimedd. o, ", e o a ~ Chicag b ltbanker wh a pooote tie zis
Numerous Indepenadnt business experts who s axony Hote1In Miami ac i the
attended the convention as observers tried re-. "In a way it means that everYbody Is making
eatedly, but in vain. to puncture holes in t mucimonev so fsthevdon't hee -eet to
aniker.'optimm.One went so fiaUAl to.hge, sto, parknd walk WInt a b .l k t
"The whole thipg Us a gigantic h x and front to have to do." Mosleracplsins. "A1l they've got
to.lull people into a false seon of security." time to do Is pull uw to a window close to their
Tlhs charge was emphatically. dented by. t o car and make the deposit without getting out,"
mar who calls himself the business weather-'he says. I "
vane's weather vane. He is Edwin It. Mosler, Jr., The really newest thing In safes which MoWier
president of the Mosiler Safe,Company. He ex- was trying to sell the bankers Is a 'pnooo-roQf.
plains his optimism on the business outlook gen- counter-spy" lock. The numbers are on the edge
rally in this way: of the dial instead of on the face. You can't get
"Bankers are my Iggest customers. And bust- the combination bl looking over the shoulder of
ness Is wonderful. They're doing a lot of new the person working on it. .

Walter Winchell In New York

Celebs About Town: Japan's Crown Prince Mexl
Akihite enthralled over Audrey Hepburn's deIal cons
as the Pri n-I "Reman Holiday" at the E ,u4 batfo
Hall... Re Bind Russell turning heads along Cour
Fifth Avenue with an attractive pink bonet... attor
"South Pielfle" star Martha Wright and her of w
French poodles getting riggles along Broadway It to
...Luelus Beebe at Ruban leu intatodelag his death]
latest faslon. His blue serge jacket Is line pith time
ermine.. .Leslie Caron on her tlppy-toes$) -llh- and
Ing near Mth-.4he ballet seetor...Form to h
pilon Rocky OGrauno reporting th-at Wa
Schuster will publish his book: "Wth, Thes aUn
Handis"...The General J. Van Fleet's Mlat U theou
the Polonai,. .Ava Gardner, fearful 1ihe two
night, urging a St. Moritz bellman to eseit her ag4
nto a nearby delly at 2:30 a. m.... Charls Bfyer hind
obilging a paserby with the correct pronttusa-
ion of his nane: "Bwa-yea." B
--- Gope
Ballier in Our 'Alley: Newsmen in the Stork son,
were table-cloth scribbling suggestions for men- pitCh
ator McCarthy's upcoming tervy program.., bOok
'How about 'Taking On All ComersT'" sId one ...S
.."Why not," edited another. 'Taking On All ing
Commies'?"...And emlcee introduced Bing Crosby from
as "The Star of 8tage. Screen and Radfol"... start
Hmmm," chuckled a teevy click, "a has-beenl" lng k
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Midtown DeMaupasant: He was at a mauiwn nltez
ar when a pretty person approached ang eMpd: yach
'My date stooe me up. How about a dtlak, month
.."Well," said Our Hero, "my name's t shoel
feller but have a drink on me"... W X her J
amd went into a swingy number she M: "eeow place
about a danee?"..."Well," he wen'4, 'Tm e sine a
red Astaire but let's go!"... After a few prese
he teased: "Oh, you big Casanova. o.abunt an e
eming up to my apartment and 40o Ne
ome of Art FOrd's all-night lrohes k
.."Well." he gilgled. "my _ms lest
eingue but that Jb dM s O eMeS"...,M o seale
when he started to go she Mid: They
ome leoot?"...Well." was the Retert ehes
my name's not Jelke but 111 take It." the
Mems of a Middighter 20th Ceu r (thai
rhose film, "The Robe." put ma tow
he Rcqy) out of work, was e & kw
rains in that pit. Paul AX1 1Z gee
eara, got $8.000. The drummir -o0
ouglas has won Steve Naow
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Tommy Manville "Tommy's auletle deal In
leo was thrown out Declared of noe lbg
cquence'-nanll and void' n-d It wVa pIve
re both the Melexo and New Trk am.
ro that I was never IA We., taw. wlk %k
ney sought a deree and ha o
hat had been doe untMl Temy e
the newspaper. I am his wife _s'a i.
h will relaue him. I have utuaM to hi
and again, dwalys at great oset-m
M gsaneam. Ye, it atrutt l I
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Nixon makes political hay wi esa*i =-o
i"king cabit.f succw or'~ tr ;-S-
positive loyalty,"
.WAS INTON-Though Demoettie.
attorney general andRepubllcaa Ena bert owiri K aL
general, they rea odfriends. And.wIj Ow H
In the Justice Departmat for alX months, heintM
the man lsu"odeto lnch. .-
Most of the atyer in the d
partmept we j*a t lunol and,a A
to Meraner sa i ad: .
for"GJjm, ism our aix-month birthday. Eng
"o," replied'Mooranery. "I don't tizr f have .naadny v :
even on your six-month birthday. But the 0tof tktiofl
nine months. And if you'll invite me aot no
months I'll till YOU Whether the baby atfah
ht months passed uas .t 1. Mk so
quite me yet for ex-attorney pearal to
and pronounce Judgment on the work ot j
However here la one phase he might t
Whie rowme l, on the whole, Is ao
departments in the isenhower adinl t
eruption clean-u promised by the RuMn6
moving at anywhere near the pace o ;r.
One of the most Important, the 116ftati Of
underworld chbar eitr ally rh nt1a e 'I
has been espeally low. Thlou MO 'flted
and underworld leaders illea In tl h t ,
been deported in the eight months that p
The Justice Departent explains that a a al-
most ready to be deported; also, that it taklttStpl a J
the JSSrs! and hear Var0 I a I. A ;
subvELGves have been add to M r 'sn it isT alg I
Neverthetea,, two creimnals dae out oft 13 In
months eeresiIe awfully gow WoA. w j *
NOTE-The most important man to watch will be
Costello and what haspes to himn Costello has more o
n both poutleM arl ls than almnt anyone else in New
York city.
Ike and his mcoata have contacted e bolt, ryo e on tho,
labor front looking for a good man to take m i Dirkin's ple
Ua ecretaty of labr.
Chief scout is Vkieb Preident Nixon, who uWi thr- momio-
(unity to make -a little political hay with certain labor
Obvyouyyou don't make enemies n
In the past and ask -2 how he would like tobe r bf
Among those contacted have been Rep it Haney, able had
of the Teamsters Unlop In Los Angeles. and fmgrma. % m
McConneIl of hielphi. L Haney -t oft
the AML union e .and service s and .comter
ranks. But hp's too forthright. labor man to e
the Elsenhower cabinet, and N&W on m t haVe known It
McConnell is a middle-oflthe- ta l. minded banker who
would make .an excellent seceary wse ttfrom
the House Labe Committee ot whlchi a
bad blow to labor..
If McConneH should leav Can
tee. he would bd.replaced bY one of
haters In Congreah. Ralpo Owinn of.
Also on the ios committee arm '
Wint.8mith ot-l Hoffman l lan. so
er Joe Martin n the quiet word tia w b
McConnetf fs orDp. .
It won't de c IIpqjt";artln i 1 e a iU new
M artlee a1.ei .-e1a -chatma..'..-0 .. *

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He ha. the sonuort of atora Capehlrt' aint DaM -L
Indaa,. but arem Ikeadvlimp think I ne mUbht 'be lst I d # W
ieult to hndles dlzl DtrMlawI I
NOTE-1ke'sam a 5ar to mos t cablaM lrs are JU' s
the opposite from HaX v Truman1s, b.. .Tumm_-aLn Uv ..M.'
bounced a susee.ot ao ti e 'isme dv a cpiblelt mniber redm*-
ed. and as % pi' nicked sama e beauta. fltue W
replaced Ickui, was D oreo llatme an uttA
eased o u m a t.
Eisenhower, on the othv hand, has all or.0taot
thrown at him biefo(r* sh ca niq. m1. k.-kAR. ." '
A lot ofr tate lA Mrtent offfebl ae being "allowed"
"poittue lovatt to tbe new Afnl aftAton. ,
U.s. embamado r to Rqn da thin tohlen *. ot ve Ientum,
But follow th krt of 1OWhal trta In Mosow. Bobln Uj
ordered' back t Wr1sublntton for conisultstton. Thtla m &id t wip o
Jfthh aMter Dpiles wa so ureWit that nolhftliv .a tOen6uti .
pleno lnmteA of sleeper shIp, arrived In .Waisbolto i = _
and haramied. ....;"
To BobleI'n amtnovint. .he had fit HMnouta wI ifrb ii-
wasn't e.o,,"lte A few A.nlt later. at a rek il etmuti itUn ran M
ntbibrv. British "egat to the Big o? {Nrm
m ,niaters... *-. ,
"Ho.* did,.you ike the cornminlque we MIed, r. A M,
fador?" Lorrd Sal'buri sked BBohlen .- -I .. .
"I lied .lt--t am ltOe "twit o 9 u -1 6oblen Xr & .
.WeU. uwhy didn.youct u W d -. a
d elew a te .. .. ;. -." ". .'. + u .* ,
"I w6q broueh back for e sultaMtia* 6h.n laid, U u .-..
one nonsulted me." '" .
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Srs. Anna Kren, 8, of Cleveland, Ohio, is framed for posterity S.T.D., executive se.
A hfour-wee-old Catherine Ann McCune, by Catherine's mother, Mrs. Eicopal Church l
oqM6 ... .-or Xt-Grandmother Kren's 10 children are stllw living, and she haI cese,left tu a all the 8
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SAL Deep River, OCnnchtcut.
a. 0 -. .* ** *** Dr. Townsend Ss expected bsew
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'5151gs 'lWmp tart -O aslyn ton bout some of the oddest I ir
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63si v edAo e h chapts- ers written by EdWlliam

I *8ri tnc4 WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 (Upa) Lundys thsi stant treasurer of th
S21. L. .oa... # Q The m United states is getting Panama Canal Company,t aho 11ariec
4 3 close to the point where it can studies natural h ntury ao-
VlobM 5 BT' A -T start assembly-line production of by. The two articles, "Poor-me-115
CAn... ...i#7. '. 5 7 hydrogen botbs at farI Alm cost one" about a little known bird of

"i- ti L MB overcoming technical difficulties college Entrance Examination
am SL ~. .. -O act than the Inulti-million dollar the Isthmus, and "Living Upde Bordde

m to my d ite st device exploded last fall, an Down" aboutB Sthe loth were
g ve11:s 4SALo e ivf ired. ore p l said today. f in e. A s: Natural Historyo
The Atomic Esnergy Commis- "StrangestCrea tureson
th o *'--a**' S asioon is believed to have as- Earh" was edited by Edward M.
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Mag Mr k E S play ft"obarieht othWe sembled hastily and would be ticles whichhave appeared in S ig
.M lu -' 315, 1', ;46 tsod 1 d Wep only crude forerunners of the the magazine, most of which
e' S. Pa!Bg 4 & Paw, heav eons to come. yint d
S* BgS.. Iss a S oden T.e t deirepret alsowas R tht Run h ebmpc late arof yanew o n
WuI b"__ AV There are c nations th ie a-nd their- authors follows: n
as .,. ws pm. AEC's scientists at Los Alamos, Education: The co oe hand-
S" etekn N.M, and Livermore, Calif., are book and t9e-53 supplement.-
lcd eo ~holw .!"overoth tecscwill dro difficult es Collet e Entrav. Examinati on
tshe plaweta-town fact that which made the hydrogen de- Boar .
"Nolowiii anM 9427"ofIhnexperiend play- vice exploded at Eniwetok too Zoology: 8tranges t Creatures
4blm defn sive costly as well as toomb terialr

-..'. ,: n or u A tipe of e teh verable H-bomb will still be big, Literature: How totest reada-,
WASS 1 pl omm the ooumte er- w but will be small enough to be WliRty, Fleseh.
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"O"'i =e ea;device lso was ex- R-unds: Ciano's hidden diary,
Mef. a tok weston hive raised up to .fe amone the savages, Jackson.
S.aV a 's A wa pla ec ostly;,u00,n fi. F action: The cnva1 coffin.
am nA.W .MWaixvw 1 ammO expalcheos Rivesr are AdmC otlon po;te. tn ino-,

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We&oaf., e B suchclareiall"are at,;tone of Gat ieverai improvemenThem
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of Information are better cooks than women and pub-.
lished the "Dorn Cookbook" 'to prove his point The general,
Shown above in a Washington, D. C., kitchen tiles out one of his
recipes collected from various parts of the world during his1
30-year Army career

atomic Artillery Outfit heNCORPOa

ATOMIC ARTILLERY Inside thrown around a large num-
WILMINGTON. N.C., Sept. 26 ber of wooden boxes, each
-(UP)- Troops of America's Iabout eight feet long, wnich S.S. "FLAMENCO
first atomic artillery battalion,were loaded aboard the trans- MV. "SALAMANC
many on thw, fresh-f.ced.port with the battalions gear.
youngt-,: w"h trrr in their Guards refused even to permit' TO UNITED KIt
eyes, :'- I! -u. e 'e.;ter- photographs of the mysterious' HAVANA,
day to ian -i-tqrnic canyon for boxes.
the peace-Luarding NATO ar- The battalJon which has been SAN
Mn7. in training at Bragg for months,
Weeping wives and relatives is the first of "several" atom- M V. "REINA DE
man 868th Field Artillcy Bat- ic artillery units which Army TO I
talon sailed aboard the tran- Secretary Robert T. Stevens M "SALA
sport 0'naral McRee. said will be deployed to Eu-' M. "SALAVERI
A cadre of vetvrans took the rope in the near future. M.V. "SANTANDI
sailing ha~ -aT nly. The v It will go to the NATO ar- ROYAL MAIL L
sn-e ad and o:ed as the bat- my's "fror.t near the bo- TO
tt -l flpi' rp--the gingnlanks der of the Soviet zone In Ger- TO
at he C...: Forts Authority many. S "DUIVENDY
decks here. There was no confirmation i .S. "DARRO"..
The battalion arrived in 151from official sources, but NA-
Army buses from Ft. Bragg, N. TO authorities in Paris said
C., only a few hours before there is "no doubt" that atom-
sailing time. The troops had a le shells will accompany the S.S. "LOCH RYA'
few minutes to kiss relatives battalion to Europe. M.V. "DALERDY:
goodbye. Approval by President Eisen-
A crowd estimated by nort hower is required before atom- All Salling.
officials at 300 watched the Ic weapons are sent overseas. PACIFIC STEAM
sailing. There was no demons- The battalion's guns, six 280 FORD CO. INC.
tration although the date of mm cannon weighing 85 tons
the sailing leaked out several each, capable of throwing a
days ago. A marine band ulay- shell with an atomic warhead
ed marches and the field r .30 miles, will be shipped to
tillery song as the ship pulled Europe through another port.
away. The guns. two for each of
An officer said the sailing the battalion s three batteries,
Was under "minimuni security" also- are capable -of firing con-
intErviews 'i "ie imparting ventional shells.
interviews with tl-e departing; Informed sources believed the '
troops we"e permuted. ,cannon, which have been at':
The battalion will serve about Ft. Bragg, would be sent
three years overseas, through the Brookl)n Navy I
A tight military guard wa- Yard. _
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t AS MRe. VIRIIN AND 1bt. F CE the regular serve beHr.
sRev. Joh sem ad a i
r Mrs. Herbert Virgi and M. Marcus Prince, of Birming Leave for Teas
at the ham, Alabama, shared boners at an elaborate dessert card Reverend and Mrs. W. J
Seatio party given in their honor at the Betel Washington ast eve- son of Gatun, with teir fll
iith r Party rldt iEl t ndng. ,dree, Rita, Ronnle iA
mor Ur o oHostesses for the occasion Mrs. Leonard Hart, Captain and nfer. route y pl Texas .
fto n m 4 oniL9 n l u i were Mrs. Wililain A. Van Sic- Mrs. William Wall and Captain route to Texas. tao J ri
t.i. .rSww .. l.. en, Jr., Mrs. Doyle Snyder and and Mrs. Roy Fort. .s. Arm t Fort Eoia
S ~'^K ---- MasseMrs. Thomas F. Gibson. Army at .Fort K
red Mr. R! Mrse is returning to the s"
A sl a' r Ms ll ey_ The honorees are the house- Evening Circle to Hear be separated irm eth
Mr:- s 1 guests of their relatives,. Mr D.sinberre m w rt t t.
They will rr ..... to '1 0:111
ri.ted aU.1 rcpo and Mrs. Lawrence Chaers The Evning Circle of the where he has acepted-
1r a tlr o o and Mrs. Sallie Foote Allen of Crtbal Union Church llaora ohe Atlanc ap-
of t toeto 30 Orchid corsages were given 7.30 p.m. at the a meof Mrs.
brine o ~r nv t it eeiYt Se. .the honorees by the hostesses. J. W. Limkermann at the Bible; M. and Ns". G ding Apmmase
goe)o, b over and each received a guest House in old Cristobal. Birth of Daughter
k stblueeoprize.Mrs. Genevieve Bowen will be Mr. and Mrs. Peter ..e le
Fifty-five ladies attended the co-hostess for the occasion. ing announce the htrt 1fa
S of rchd. it Cd O party. beMrs. R. K. Y Dusnberre will daughter In Almirant on
A.tll t Coaktn all Paty bethe guest speaker and her t.mbs'S 1. -
I M OVl- for M e am onMrs. Thorn and Mrs. head topic will be the "Gloriouse .
A i. fe of wifllelny, the lonored With Tea Life." he will also' display some I Mr. Golding is
white nyosn neotPrtaent oferij m wa pehe git of oThe members of the Board of her paintings. the United Fruit Can
tinwith white ld awte doranama, war the guest of hon- of the Coco Solo Officers Wives Members of the Circle are Mrp. Golden Is the .U
aih rlwith which she ore old at a farewell octil pmembe r- of Club entertained with a tea at requested to return the ca- Pauline LMm.
lo rieIand an Ord cor- given bY the almberl of the Coco Solo Officers Club, misitas they were making and I -
S- the Usraw od' al-llt- yesterday, to honor Mrs. W. A. come prepared to order their Captain and Mrs. Owena
i0ting as best man was W n the U Cl IThorn and Mrs. N. M. Head. Chritmat cards. Leaving for Missour
Daosn an usas w Mr. zi ue At ToojThe honorees recently arrived Captain 'and Mrs. J.3. Owens,
i rDen mga Mr. Tom rM, W. L. Zadi wia e p thet on the Station. Mrs. Thorn s lPromotlen Day at. Gaton Sof Fort Sherman, are ler
r d Mr. T m S Mad', tihe tn wife of Captain Thorn, Com-'Sunday School the Isthmnua on October
de'i ta e n w e.n- t was e te given olo Naval Station. Mrs. H;ead at atun Sunday School, They wlL be accompanied b
a eddi, l tS -I Ir.fare o tein gLe arde on rn A R. M-cQyth, ei is the wife of Captain Head. and all pupils and their par- their daughter, Deborah Lee,
wzhoe senator from cee p te Commanding Officer of the cents iand friends are invited and son. Gregory.'.,ystroll in ; C'er ih. 6 at. "Tnmbalier." to attend. Captain Oweis mas been ao'
C thedr washing, The honorees wore corsages The service will be held at dered to Fort Leonard. Wiota
.. Ztt I rtr a tno nB uneemesnt a.r bof orchids, a gift for the hout- 10:30 a.m. and extend through Missouri.
.a tern,, t -n esses. Receiving with the hon-
w e, ..v Jnaatalden announce the rn Recipe I .. orees were: Mrs. C. R. Mould,
Sia e, of tNrC0hebh f daughter,. Kar .Krs- Southe Recaures. rs. E nch, Jr., Mrs. C. teno-TypIst Civil Service Exams
ri d n. Richard UneRtatlddnhoB elptemberl j17e Hallengren. Mrs. John Griffin.
m S FrMiters via and Mrs. C. A. Anderson. Scheduled At CZJC October 3
..-4t The tea table was centered
t gong. away n rIdge To asat Maday with colorful arrangement of
w _ke'Brdge Touma-lweMonday aiadioli and croatan leaves.,
oung ce blaek The ra r wleepl bridge linked by white jtapers n i Persons interested In taking: of Government Employes. hag
lioh ch ck tournament will ibe played Imahogany h u r r I c ne lamps. Inhe Civil Service examination for offered to furnish transp.rtatlo
; w a ah.h e blc Monday e Card ve a t 7:00 p.m. in presiding at the tea services typists and stenographers to be for partipants in the ex
.white .orhithe Card of the Hotel were Mrs. V. W. Adler. Mrs. E.Iheld in the Canal Zone Junior: amination fr6m the railroad
-wd trip oll Under Mrs. R. K. Y. Dussin College building Oct. 3 have been' tlon in Balboa to the Junior Cole.
ea "- a.-Trkip etberer and Mrs. A. L. Maccub- urged to file applications pr r'lege building.
nIeO t "lla S tba.Mpe cl.bin -to the closing .ldat which is'
d 1 1t-i "Th. e ~ibben p ub iA hundred and twenty ladies iWednesday AePt. 30. No appli- The Boy Scouts of America
is-wil .t atbinto her closin datE wthe
will M ndoay evening at on the station called between cations will be received if post- Seout Trqop 4 and Explbrer Pat
Sia. n 3brary 300 and 5:00 p.m. marked later than that date. I4 of Diablo Heights and Scout
,Www B .a oad Center.' iptn Troop 3 of palbo& have v'tun-
Dinner Party Compliments The mportancef prompt subteered to participate in the giv-
-Neigh."' "^.bor- Party mission of ap plic ^ nation
S.afetrA Gr eap of Friends mission of applications was Ing of- the examination by as
4t^oa b inK "e 0ssued hwe ban Atressed In order that admission
Stan Captain and Mrs. Alb dressed in order that admiso state in the diectn of tra
If "jafl, Jo-* Captai and Mrs1t z Alber t ^ ^f
ha fI "o__.c' ,ool theaters Wilder and cptain and Mrs. cards can be malleda nd received fic around the school trea, park.'
of ide-of thC J: P. Johnson entertained wit byapplicants before theexamin- ing cars, carrying typewrtlrs,
a .akl zoet ant all 'new members a buffet di r paty at nation date In the event Itatcushions and chairs ,f e i.lla-
w.ho have Jowd the Balboa. t. dinner party.,t.the..cusiodns ancasfo exaun-
.uwW omamn.-F year aedu tobal, last evening, for several by applicant before the exarm-I directions an serving as'mes-
er t and a "greet yor friend and relatives. Nation date, the applicants may singers during the crse of the
neighbor" party to be held be admitted to th examination examination .
paau r ine d y Octoner4Lu d 4 '7:00 p.m. .t was a ban voyage partyllf they present themselves atIthe
l UM Ita e umah.em tePn r S t for Mrs. Helenn Karny who is scheduled time. S s

iWd edgia errlr ra-m f; beateMn., 1 -2. Zrllawt lai om h hst is tn odaya t- S n es ffSnra mikoes
Ann.n t Co- L ,* ,l-d er a visit with' her daughterfrom 4:15 to 5:00 p.m. on Fr-i
s o e c e S oot ren el sweetbreads and s -law. Cpt andtr o mlt day. Oct. 2. at room 202 In a sthire mi sr
S toSK '3 .d s N wat inoT- Mrswr. wAlbrt Wilder, and alseJunior College building in sBal- d s i
e party wl Orlk ogtU e publy forseHua'l rt p. 'ito r 2 eP itnr. rel o iff for- Captaion and Mrse rater boai.n aonomyt
OiesSt M. ar *we raena andcut Intounifomtbatter m vacation in the near future. The examination lltbe hel d.o .

iE. SSS.l5T r" ir frit ter P A- betrnera
Bor T.aW iby tin ., su ahtther fMoT* baking and for Mr. andMrs. B: e in the Xunior CollegeBarboa. faced ao Smi to
m a er j a rya ,.I a e'erakarnendstirinnog h r eand g thMrs.E.- i sf eeno ad .o
'. -h.ew.rSO-.. a ,I dt n ustard. Corn Turner and Mr. Julia Good- and will begin at 8:3 ani. An wi d
S- ..;W tdieadne da A.d mIX ah stir in enough who are leaving the .insufficient num Pber on to--
ndn ,t dry ngedients. Mix to form Isthmus to reside in North Ca- tons was received from the A Christian Democratic ov
of thido w- mo o tha en Stir meltd rolna. l panotics t sde -and no examination
lae muwilld b esheceud foar hastedroCommunist and non-Commuhe Co a
the '-d emlr n Th e jhorteila Add ham 8tir to airing s '
Sh e etbe- mix thbgehly.. Heashorta- Mrs. John Zubko. who arriv- oAtlantic side applicants des nist unions united yesterday
S. ieday F Ito o degre Dip pieces ed recently t visit Captain and to take the examination will n-r the n In
TheMa t B lpr t a i f t is ds Into fritter bat- 3 IMrs. A. J. McLean, and Cap- s,.pport to Ba bo a a the dat eand
aod the3oloy ,stent)lai3n and Mrs. Arthur Wilder, hour for which the examination suspe itst .nespa n i
ea total an estimad o Phiw hoduntit oldnx brow:t twhor'returned recently froh has been schedud.m" iexa- .cesful but orderly k w
regular NOiga Tuesday at pweoress raa of speech rik woi-
S legal eCurund Chaper oue ate 'j soulcream ry their vacation were welcomedended at midnight.
SThe other guests were: Cap ermt aplcdns arrivin tened new but un
a unum d. 7.30 p.m. Members unable to .isauce.tan and Mrs. McLean. CaptainhItrain suffici me to report e e a
fuerewas..rtI attend are asked to contact oie---.ipackage fircen *&l ars.wEr arlth anirClleb yid l tinlest he.. a
So Ann t, swt e C y Sauce C. W. Lews Mr.and Mrs. Earth Junior Colee bu d.Confederation of Industia-
aty-Orr, Captain and Mrs. William' Lo"b e 14, American rederoition agreed to negotiate their
i #14 4Alad Me~d(me t One ,u our cream. I tea.- Hopkins, Mrs. Kenneth Rose .wageclalm.
UThe Alto ; Oldofly C- vegetabWCaptain end Mrs .

Aw -4 tor. Clayton, Mr. Clayton, Sr.'
ting ptain and Ms. William Clute Political Prisoners
tiedrNN LTf evt. Lukel strand ofdul
0ILheZO DtiveB & the Captain Robin Nron N. Captain
or- nuaO-uf/ a, 'mrBl bo h o ahiie r dar etand Mrs. George White, Mrs. BUENOS AIRES. Sept. 26 (UP)
eCarter Houston, Mr. and Mrs day ordered the release of prom-
,Russell Weade'; Cpitain and I .nent political prisoneraand saidD
0 *t n of' t sth"e -to*.club head Mrs. Lieo e Do hbteCa rs.Innh nwll pronose to Congnres a
is".In, ,.. v- ar general amnesrty covering all
Bbiar. T" 's political offenders.
e _T ,eljPPi ans rTu ubsens C .- t l a pys't 'Leaders of th. Conservative
M"Amosa]oPianistArthur" *tME*-" Hgk.':hiok, PJ I-Democratic Partt had suggested
I" expected arriv o-the i- W -the move. The Democratic na- I
tSd r3o2' C JAtW t i ntk'1u hmda om Peru end ., ,, tional committee voted earlier
,pAr- tm_ wii Tpresent sinhslemert bow 1, Im.ifed wie ulft ,E this week for general amnesty.
here in thbs..Bellas,'V iitis Am.p ba bglat. m, ,removal of the state of internal
4 i on Monday evening at" -.l.a h' Mi,-If.61016.. -- war and restoration of freedoms

i-,,N U d .u"- tight*Npolitical pacification program.
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Household AutomobilesM a e. e ai.ui- -.. oc hlp AllOtcea, ,
--mWfgg Akae *Asewae- ee o Clara. B 45
FOR SALE: Diningroom set, ma- FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet Belair Asen C. Z Panami 31
hogann. Justp Arasemena Avenue 2-door model 7.000 miles. perfect
No. 75, upstairs. condition, price $2,000.00 cash. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. House on bel. .
FOR SALE- piece maple iigroom Call 3-0176. Central Avenue K" street, corner in CO OL
4sq.te. Mahogany anty dresser .Muset sell clean 1947 Nash Coupe. t e 2 P e Cmt I .
Mahogany -China closet. 8131-4. recently ver'hat ed. good cond i- GEORGE FENTY s-- e C*.-.-
: Margarita 4th. St. tion $450. Leaving Isthmus. 1449- late at the El Rancho and Bostr Foster's C
FORSALE: Bedroom, livngroom C Oen St., Balboa, phone 2- Bars wishes to announce to no. S.t Clara.
.,and dim:-nq set, furniture good' 'ris ad c l tt he i n.. \ linens Phone "
nton. th Street No. 17FORSALE-53 Plymouth located at the PAN AMERICAN BAR, LAMS'cant
mettn.4h rtl N. ,F aic:--]9 3 blymoue. StotO ualed at me corner of Calle Estu- Large cent__l
S "phone 3-4408. Wagon. metallic blue. Rhe Navy o sarge.
:FRSAF do Pacicic3i22 'reanty and ,WStreet. w,,,,,ihere hear beach. i lb
'FOR *SALE':-F.rdaire refrgerator .. ready to serve one and all. Special .weekend
perfect mechanical condition. $125. FOR SALE- 1952 Chevrolet De prices w.l be given or oall Mixeo
"' Real Host 4-burner gas stove, oven. Luxe. 4-door sedan, 10 months Drlnk:, between 5:00 p. m. and 7:00 Gramlich S, A* r
-, broiler, perfect mechanical condi- old, original owner, leaving Isth- P.m. These drinks will go at half ag e. 5
tion, $60. Magic Chef Gas Stove. nmus. Bargain price. Enquire 390-[price Army, Navy and Air Force r a L oder I -1
$25. Mahoany spool double bed, A, Colle Lourdes. Carrasqullo1 personnel welcome! Ever-smiling "* "'i l |
mattress, $55. Mahogany single (street opposite San Fernando George Boston. your favorite barten- '
i bed$ mattrps, $60. Mahogany Hospitall. 'der will be on hand to greet you. It i
4 serNiEWtaOeRKv0.AEhREAnybHofer
-- serv ing a e, re'ac gapn .e FR SALE: --- 1950 Pick-up. 1w. To MIAMI& NEWYORK via AEREA.
Sg 2-3C6 aft 6 p.. Chyrole delivery truck. Tel. 2 Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way 1I
o .1444. to Miami; $70.00 Round Trip CR RENT: -C fumished
-TOR SALE:-Desk, steel, single, with'R 466 126.00. One-way to New York: modem very cool r in Bella:
glass for top; China closet, ma- FOR SALE :-19 4 Oldsmile 14.00 Rcund-trip $214.00. See Vista. 46th Street ,Porchi
hogony and six dinette chairs D Luxe4-door sedn. new PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE vinroom, din bed-
; wood. Houie 811I-A. Morgarita.. eel h i telephone 2-1655. h
H, A Mot condition, point retouched, excel- phone 2-1655. roos, hot wte kitchenI
YQOR SALE:-Furniture. Good coAdi- lent tire. new seat covers. originc. I gaeagoand past' $200.
tian. reasonable, also apartment oner. no aldents I .000 .le. A 00. Te. i3-.43; bo 3ea12:30
a available. Panama 3-4004. $1.100. Telephone Ponar 2- IU IR AL and 2:30 p. mf u r n i I
OR SALE.-7 u. ft. Refrigerator, 3067FOR IENT:--For Itr mont cor
shing machine. 2 door mahogany FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4-door. pletely furihd 2 bedoo chalet.
tables, Quartermaster table and 7,000 miles. Excellent condition flash. viewer, many extras. Pro- water. Vacated October Colon
.hchirs, single beds, QuertormsterI $1.75D.00. Phone Ponama 3-20215 letion screen, 70 x 70. Take Oth. Street N.1091 9 Phone
i couch. 212- Pedro Miguel. Phone qr can be seen at No. 24 Aquil. S00 00. Loss. E. Duke, Diablo 128-J or 115 Colon. r
L4-506. 1nrew no de la Guerqia St., Bella Vista. Clubhouse. FOR RENT: Furnished hit bed- I I
SmaR SALE;-Kenmore washing mo- FOR SALE: 1948 Packard A-I FOR SALE:--Slvertone ebonite clar- room house. Al Wistwd Form.
chine 25 cycle. New Cristobal 122 condition, see at Balboa Fire Sto. met new 2 25 cycle record chang- SuitWble two coupes. TA.- lboa
B, phone 3-2334. tion. er, ladies wool coot, beige, size 2-56.
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Westinghouse FOR SALE:-1952 Hillmon Sedan. 18. 2-4137. Bolboa FOR RENT:--2 bedroom liv-I
refrigerator, excellent condition. duty paid. Call Panama 3-3748. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY ingroom, dnngroon' g ar"
SOther household articles. Hillman --- OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS age. No. 4, S l facing
Sand DeSoto cars. McKinley house FOR SALE:-Pontiac 1952 Hydroma FOR SAL i I "Fabrica de Mosoics" oamanm.
Apt. 7 or New Crstobal 45. 3 1-2 tic 6, two door. dark green. 500 Seoed bids. for opening in public. FOR RENT: Comple furnished
St. Phone 3-2448. miles Manugr s rvate car, P Iwill be received until 10:30 A. M., residence in Lo Crest for four
S --re irs r fect condition,$2,100 n be f 'cober 8. inthe office or months. Thrne bedrooms, two
R SALE:,.Srigldare refrigeraori niced, Pcan-ama 2-C620. "uperntencdent of Storehouses, Bal t b s.throims, livigroo, dIningoi,VL t
dton, Real Host 4-burnei WANT D o fo miscellaneous woodworking porch and sevnts quarters. $275.
gs s'tove. oven, broiler. pierfecti t E eq.pment located in the "300" 00 a montl. Tel. 3-0779, 7:30
stove, $20..-MAhogan double bad, Saceap.Oll be obtoaned from the above source, m.
tattress, $50. Mahogany singleDiplomat seeks furnished 3 bedroom or frcm he office of Superintendent
ed mteas$50. Magoaany s ole, T'phom otsh 3038 bedroom of Storehouses, telephone 2-I IS1 FOR "aDr a.uT
-bed., mcrtieas, $50. Moogony hoase Te;ephont 3-0388 Panama I. ., 's S FOR RENTI
serving table, r iahogony buffet.; i -r-- r= FOR SALE:-Office furniture, nearly
r shoes. Misc. Telephone Panama m nte dinC a motognerot- new, Iocly made mahogany con-Apar ct
:-"06.. ., or. Towmnsand.. Cri bua.l 1776, sisting of Executive desk. secreta- AL M A PA EN
F' SA" / LE':- ffllod io O .J# akirial desk. two swivel chairs, four.Modern Z 4 ieT5 room O W NERSo
cingra fniture ustR Fregulor cnairs, bookcase qnd four Modern 2. f 5 rooma s humiahU i.S
cnngrom furniture sf ble tables. Also steel file cabinet with or unfurnished. CaA at Alhanbro's
to opreciaM or evel safe and storage compartment Office 8061. th Street, Colon.
App*y 8049 corner 8th and Me-- floor type ar circulator and mise Telephone 1386.
nez. upstairs, Colon. -FOR AL.- Motorcycle. Hrlay loneous office supplies. Very rie- ATNTrION G. I. Jtst built modem r
FO? EALE:-8 ft. 25 cycle Frigidalie DavIdson 125 c.c. $100 00 Be- sonoble for immediate sale. Call 2- fumished apbrtml.t, one, 4two
;.Refrigerator. $15.00. 10 inch, 25 teen to 5 1 m. 0437-F. An- 5444 between 9 and 5 or come of- bedrooms, hot, cod water. Tel. *
-, I !cy electric fan. $12.00. House can near Clubhouse. ice No. I2. PalacoA Araobispol. phone Panoma 34941.
.. Pedro Miguel, phone 4 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FOR RENT.- Furnished
tumn-- Edav Scihdools OFFERS OFFICE EQUIPMENT apartment. 45h No. 3 2
FOR SALE:--G. E. refrigerator all Wm lWW l l FOR SAL .R RENT: "F I I
porcelain 25 cycle, 4 yrs. guaran- Sealed bids. for opening In public, F .L"i.N: I Funhrctc a nt I
tee on u-at. 03-A. New Cristobal UK AIliAh IC 9 will be received in the office of Su-.- pe on
_or call 3-152.0perintendent of Storehouses. Balboa, Bus Stop. 4th of July Avenue, No.

nets, sofa pillows ectric roaster, which opens wit a 'Feld Day' dent of Storehouses, telephone 2- o ENT:-Nic fundedd part-
FR SALEr.- tek wood t be, 19 ath M. Hpe B r until 10:30 A M. October 6. 1953. tel. 2-5133. .
SPoer 25 cycle $100.00. Also Fri- Therel foN r typewriter, addiof machines. FOR ivii or I2 a B-'

2 boa.cyce $10 0.AlsotFr livites with the secondlevent al|FOR AL'E-Diplay beer cooleod46 inlloPpas, near Roo" "lt"
abL Deep.Frere. House 610-A, corvme on P mete and calculators located '
The Srundy trnools of the A t- reu, Area. Balboa. Invtati56n N. 19 LRos DE a r L lst h
FOR SALE: Refrgirator, Bendix l aRthi ide are epnn orln h their may be obtned at location of equip- No. i2 n a3. pa .
washer, vmgroom. set, file clbi- Eleventh Annual Convent 1o nd mnt. or from office of Superinten- FOR REsp Nc. lo Vial feisor p n e n
ts sofa llows,electric roaster, which opens wl a 'Field Day'Ident of Storehouses, telephone 2- R N --- V. min p .
Sstrolfer, teek woo table, 19.47 at the Mt. Rope Ball Park today 1815 'met, maron porch. dining-
Pontac. DrA enks, 14 H 1-, oto There will be four days of acS-' A--Fne bred 8 month. l. S2 to -vel

bcy. O o tivit es with the second event aI case baocker SPan iel. 25.00. 2o Thr

Scycle Ice I. uspl as dry ockr a FOR SALE -Peknese puppies, Cen- .u. coe, lu. __ ".. ^. -; -
United Worship Service on 8un-I inaiAven price. Cafe Pars, 15M.

y anin ll Cristoa 3- The follow thirteen schoolss trial Avenue No 93 Apr2A.on t 3 p I

e-- e Lxpected to take ort In the FOR SALE:-Bedroom air cohdition- I
'L S :-- EvJnru a outward mro aervice: Behanm BPpthat. First eng unit, mahogany desk, book- "
~F to R Albr $6.5219. sIth mian B apti st C hrihtlan M- SAL c Ese, droser of chr lbs etc. Inquire dmfent I i
Th servicec uch Ofe conducted bt irons.t 24 cAqulno dew nylon Gu olf ac. rdia16 i l S9t. isr ortoro
I t Chri t Chelvanu s b carhet t end bag, hce 5064 -B. Diablo Hgis. F l
SH mor 25 Hodgon old, black Cocker Spaniel, 2500. 2 ba d's
', e t 1,On;e 3.bnalol t OAri rd C6fllh ee .2-,1! tnM!S : .

c led a d ilt Since World War i s dry lockeraepuppies, LC OT

Sl. dls WAST2I NQTON (TOPI t tihe merchandise, -gtu.lted on 7th. St., REARDED 86. M S S Io
7. Sae e'xtpectedto d st i Ince the FOR SALE:-Bedroom air cohdition- F 4i NT

to. ll Alr 5219. lh an o t World War I wan built- case, dresser irs. etc. Inquire

*..'''Ja rUL-S )Jut .fter thef Cen us Bureu FOD SALE : !
Hon W pnted ,M Olth od.R Stret a.tB24price Phpne Pnam Ga 3-2025. .

St.dr'FOR SALE:-60 cycle Oil Chckralwitheh N.- w i t

bi;. Apt. am5t t., CsT Hole ierA r onlrd- RC off s h
Stret and Salv ovation Army, 14thd IV F' 5LE
tret.F ____ r FOR RENT.
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down to its last western serial Picker" tune. He turned the s ,awi-
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"Empty addles." old British hoofer who's a sen- Holden.
RexAe the on in satn in "The Bandwagon," is
hose opera hero regular riding doing a murderous satire on
Ithe range in six movies a year. Johnnle Ray in London.... Mi- Jane Nigh. who is
All the other brave men of the chael Wilding gave British re- the stork in February,
celluloid west-there were 15 In porters their answers without nitely out of the "Big Tw
1946-have either lost their.atu- hesitation when he arrived In telefilms. Seven Hollywood
dio jobs, and their horses, or London with Liz Taylor: He ties will be tested to repiams'el
have leaped into the TV corral won't take out American citizen- as Lorelei Killbourne.
for home-screen hayburners. Phip.
But Rex, who replaced Roy -
Rogers as Republic's No. 1 shoot- I Wedding of U-I make-up W .*
'em-up hero, isn't green with Wealthy Jim Stack, Bob's ard Frank Westmore and Pao.
envy over the video wranglers, brother, and Audrey Drum, the Karr,- Indianapolis ralio and TV
He parked hirf alliator boots on oil heiress, are a hearts-and- star, will take place in Noveal-
a desk ton and told me: dollar signs combination all over ber. Paula arrives In Hollywo6,
"I feel fortunate on not being Reno, Nev. In October.
forced into TV like some of the
others. Western films that play
In theaters all over the world
still are a big item and I'm do-
inr'plenty okay."
Rex. who grew up on a ranch
iear Wilcoxz, Ariz., has made 24
flickers for Republic in four
ears and warbled in all of them, PANAMA CITY
ut not until now has he click-
ed with a big ponilar hit. "Cry-
Ing in the ChapIel .. .. .. .... THEATRES
"It's a religious song hat it
fooled me." he says. "It'seyen
a bit in saloon juke boxes." rlP
Is Marilyn Monroe having
double trot'ble?
Fox leal eagles believe she L V T IsU
and there's a oulet investigation BELLA VISTA LUX Sr--
going on of those "brand-new TOB L A*IS, X
Marilyn Monroe" noses in the 1:00. 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9 p.m. "ST T TN
Pirly-irly maratines. It's be- A romantic A ST TN SUN H E
IHeved that a doll who looks just adventure e
like Marilyn is doing the phony thriller! 'THE -BEAST FROM
posing. Clark INi lFATHOMS"
With or without Rita Hayworth, Gene Pal
Columbia ,is preparin "Mar TIERNEY Christian
Magdalene" as a tsuser-Biblical
varn. Buddy i"From Here to -n 0
mleternity"I Adler Is the producer NEVER LET ME GO"P
In charge.'Raymod
Errol Flynn and hiq money
backers have settled there
squabble and Errol's resilmed TRO Ad lC Pr -
productionon "William Tell" at TROPICAL CECILIA e.
Mount Blanc in Italy. WIDESCREEN o Three fret Attractions!
Mary Peikford i searehoin for TODAY Double Feature
a screen yarn without political In Week-End Release!
overtones and finally admitted
she turned down Stanley Kra- George Brent, In
ncer's "Circle of Fire" because ofi
its controversial nature. TANGIER "FRl TI"
One-time kid stars have found INCIDENT In Technicolort
Hollywood's big studios allergic; And The Three Steoge., In
to re-sprinkling stardust in their The Bowery Boys, min "SPOOKS" in 3- Plus:
hair as adults, but a new tele- JALOPY ,v. MU INYs: -
film series has three of them .!SAVAGE MUTINY
playing leading roles.
Now busty and gorgeous. Pat-
av Parsons and Salvly Mansfield
are out-of-this-world doll'sin the I N, j *. .70-.9,
"Rocky Jones. Bpacp .'pger" I W',_n"II
tar ers w .n -oland oReI s -
filminj for syndication .atsy "4DS ATE C 113A 11"
was a id star at RKO and TAay- For Love In A Raw wildem nl
ed Jimmy Cagnev's siter In ToAY AT 11:00 P. M. MIDMGH' SHOW
"Yankee Doodle Dandy." Sally Louis Calhern. in "ASPHALT JUNGLE"
was a moppet radio actress in
And playing star Dick Crane's
nal in the series is now six-foot, ECPTOLIO VICTORIA
three-inch Scottv Peckett. who E NCAPTOLVICTORIA
once was rocked to sleep by RockHudsonIn Lex Barker, in "Deadwood Dik*
Norma Shearer as an MGM oat- Rck Huon I L arker, n "Deadwood iek"
meal guzzler. "Rocky Jones" is "Lawless Breed" "Tarzan and The Chapters 6 & '7
the first TV snace show to be
filmed with trick effects possible Maurne~ei O'Hara In She-Devil" Plus:
only on celluloid. "THE REDHEAD Brian Donlevy, in "MAGIC FACE"
It missed news,3rint at" the WYOMING" TRAIL" "SIX GUN LAW'
time but Els Lanchester no
longer will be touring with her
one-woman concert show forl
Paul Gregory. A big how put MacDonald Carey, in
them miles apart. I D E A L "EVERY MNUTE CUNTS"
It's twins for former movie- Robert MitchEln, In "MACAOP
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Closest Finishes Shape Up R gg

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NEW YORK. Sept. 26 (UPI Two of the HOW THEY -sports must )
closest finishes to the batting races in 20 years TEAMS ERICAN LE Pet
shaped up today as Al Rosen closed in on Mickey New York/ 99 50 .664
Vernon in the American League and Al (Red) Chveland 91 615 .S
Schoendienst made a last, desperate bid to overtake Boston 82 69 .543
Washingto 76 74 .503 8
Cail Furillo in the National League. Detroit 59 93 .388
i Rosen. shifted to leadoff man tal is the highest by an Amer- St. Louis 54 9 .356
fy Cleveland Manager Al Lopezlican League pitcher since Bob ___
In order to get as many official Lemon had 10 in 1948 and his
trips to the plate as possible, victory total Is the highest by a TODAY'S GAMES
collected four hits in six trips as Washington pitcher since 1933 Detroit at Cleveland
the Indians routed the Tigers, when Alvin Crowder won 24. Chicago at St. Louis (N)
12-3, last night and there by; Mel Parnell, scoring his 21st Boston at New York
raised his average to .332 on- victory of the year. shut out the Philadelphia at Wash. (N)
ly one point behind Vernon, who, Yankees for the fourth time,!
was shut out by Marion Fricano. 5-0. and thereby equalled a rec-
Schoendienst. meanwhile, also ord established by the great YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
collteted four hits in six tries Walter Johnson in 1908. Parnell Night Game
as the Cardinals routed the has pitched 42 innings against Boston 100 000 004-5 12 0
Cues. 11-2. and unped his aver- the Yankees this season and New York 000 000 000-0 4 0
atqe to .3423. The injured Furillo. been scored upon in only two: PErnell (21-8) and White. Ku-
idle-for the last three weeks. still of them. His earned run aver- zava (6-5), Gorman, McDonald A '
-'blds the lead but his .344 fi-ure age against the world champions and Triandos. THESE ARE 2 TIS
looks more insecure e,'erv time is a litterlng. 0.64. whose shoulden wll:
Sclbendlenst stens to the nilte. Ted Williams doubled across Night Game Sake to the OflaM
Threetpitchers. meanw'ifle. the Red Sox's first run in the Phila. 000 000 00-0 6 1 a tlie withBalo
sfd the spotlight in yester- first inning and Boston added Washington 000 000 001-1 8 0 Ranging fromrn
a'.d o s four more tallies off Jim Mc-! Fricano (9-12) and Murray. Gold team areflillc
Po."k: wirvev H H d d i x Deonald in the ninth. Porterfleld (22-10) and Fitz Ger- tion took 8 letter--mon
B''-I his ?2th victory for In other games. Duke Snider, ald. _vantae n ? _
tht cardinals. limiting the hit his 42nd homer as the Dodg- ew advantages noof ho.
Cu" +q seven hits and benefit- ers nipped the Phillies 4-3, the Night Game tod Robes f 44 hope'
tij' f,-n' a lq-hit at ine"e- ho-ers by tan T+111- and the White Sox beat the Cleveland 004 021 14x-12 16 1 have had tots fl R
sIi syA Sollv Hlem". MilsipI, Browns, 7-2. Gromek (7-9), Scarborouh, School in Noew e'ont
co'tinuinr his 'lte-sweson -oOo- Marlowe add Bucha. Batts. To- t ofI o An .T onf
suv"'e, hpd two hit< I" f"-r manek (1-0) and Ginsberg. ouarte-rbkgood. ri t-h-
tri- arlif+D ed his batting "'T'ITRDAY.S CO-STARS -- quarter back Bi rieg ga
r o .33. his batting Mel Parnell of the Red Sox, Nirht Game KaizeTur azan u, Ife
v-.,to1 Bob Porterfielrl w-l' -i'-hed his fourth shut- Chicago 202 000 012-7 10 2 Carl Tuttle has ei ns i
', *- ',j i-"+h shutovt and o-< of the sei4onn against the St. 'Louis 000 000 200-2 5 0 uctoner 2 .nd,. n. nf u
S....', nf the .so, n n Y"-kees. and Bob Porterfield Keegan (7-5) and Wilson. Tur- qlestlon i tbe lndl of o
Ter1i"' er delivered tth of fhe# Sens*ors, who pitched ley (2-6), Stuart and Moss Ing injuries to yo.e el
i-iny run v-t nnth-lAlin"o t ninth shutout and 22nd time work on, own and
pinole. Porterfield's shutout to- victory. plenty of relleeractlo. RI
NATIONAL LEAGUE appeaR to hfar.%te ftla s
STEA MS W L Pet.w Bruce sandr Sp Ns i
Cr 0r ats Ies |.... Brooklyn 104 48 .684 wares when paoagetl
0e- Iechl Players Milwaukee 91 61 .59 "-
I #vov,,]anTe h, "it. Louis 83 69 .5461
Philadelphia 82 70 ,539 "i
Foria Cla revolt On La. Cininnati 67 8 n tr 441
Chicago 6 89 .414

t00 lahF t88 Te m Pittsburgh 49 103 .322 R u n a bi
B Gae Football learn TODAY'S GAMES un
New York at Pittsburgh
II I Ulg lGa ----- Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati The Ranataut rM &attr-.4
-- (By U. P.) 'St. Louis at Chicago ganized for tomorrow morn
Ba itOWj BOWMAN at Tabogas Island is gai
Un t LPr SBorWriMer Several players on a small YESTERDAY'S RESULTS momentum daily with m
United Pre% Sports Writer soui,tern football teams have Night Game boats entered for the, races.
G AINESVILE,l A.t Sep t 26 revlt ..',St. Louis 102 232 100-11 19 0 The sports regatta sl going
A keyedSVIu U r Seprity Coac James Mt al i. 00 011 000- 2 7 0 be run under International Ri
ofU da footballyteadu itaimed three bis North ~ t S(20-9) and Rand Rush about Racing rules over a trial
fo .n upset In the mud e Colleger layer have left ( Pollet. Leonard, Moisan gUlar course in the aboga
fr in upset In the mud over Loulsiana schooL They dre and McCullough. so th .all' tca
ti(, Gevrgia Tech as the identified as fullback Don Ca- race ove
S e today ouths top nanh and guards Jot Rouse Night (aane distaIae i t
e know Tech is rough but and Tony Detore. Malone says Brookllyn. 000 003 010-4 8 0 half 3 mle a tly
%',e sure going to try and othermay quit th1e school. Phila. 201 000 000-3 7 0o3 1a ..-_* .. -
,, Ii's one." Florida Coach IMnInlon started oer food Erskine. Labine 11-6> and .. )
P- l.0nodruff said. amd euuinment. PItyer rom- Campanella. Miller 18-9) and The R at
"'he 40.000 seat Stadium was rpl-ined the eoulpment didn't Burgess.
s 't early this week despite wive eno-th protection. As for ported-l
t inuggy unsettled weatbar the fotd. one player says INight Game 5or lest ant '_
p 0,e sogev condition of the' We4peidav's meal was atew, New York 102 000 003-6 9 1 years old. .
I The weather bureau pre- h"-Ithe-ns and s pin a h. Pittsburgh 200 000 000-2 6 0 Thre a re.
di: showers and temperatures' ,a"d.', he player adds. "you Worthington 14-8, and Katt. Class (rec
I i micilIp 80's and added had in look hard to find the Friend (8-111. Hetkl and Jano- Class D for
, 't we're luckv thP showers meat." wicz. boa Te
It, -1-s the Stadium North ea State College plays. boats. There a
;-rlda'q last victory over Louisiana Tech today. No other game scheduled. Alvaro Ca
I'- -' A *.nq in 19. an lt e4l al h A-a d a_

to rate races early wa made do ,Jr., 240 pund 12 Tft. I lath 4
in order to have the boats return oh John motor- 25 pd and
ftrn Taboga early Sunday aft- also a r
e rnoon 'ith the tide, before the Pilots: t.Bi roardb A .j o
' south winds make the channief Clement Jr. (Wimer o e
-chipy.' ;-a.nd e at ami DOeao
All delrirl to enter the raeev' d ). '
may contact Charles 'Abernathy "Elto No. 100" o n9d' b
or JuCo Clement. C harles Abernath poundal
"Pantea" bIlong g to Ernes. 1 4 ft. Evinrude. po..
to de la arla III, 195 pound. Charts Abernathy.

'Vic' o.d" by Victor Salas, 325 lots: Abbott.. a w pL -
ounda. 14 ft. Evinrude motor, dtonIn. Wne. ownfe blS R.
25 v.p. Plot: Victor Salas. Alv.rad o Carbonf e ClaI."..'
Angie' owned. by Ie o n "Poeve" ownea &a.
7 dias, 395 pounds. Il ft.. Johm
-otor, 12 h.p. Plot: R,;. CU-.
S e"Ralto Domingo~f owned
Pe n Alvarado, 3W lbp. i ,i, i
M ercury'mator, 15 h.p
Pilot: P. Alvarado.

motor. 25 h.n. ilota:t .
KM d Raul Pi.d. .
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Cars have never eaten the
Fr i;ners since Robhy Dodd Lightning Alarm Sports n iels
took over as head coach. Dodd. I I
ht. over. said Ihe Gators are NORWICH Conn. iUP) -- _
lo-rel this year. F,-emen were startled when fire
"'o-niruff planned to alternate hells rrnn fire whistles scream-, FOOTBALL
1-1 "'jl-nound triple-threat full-' ed and the fire slenal switch-'
bp"'-. Rick Casares. with three' hard lilht* heban flashing. All: The National Collegiate Athle-
r'-" fullbacks as "'Rirk hns w, p ci' m ,)i'ti-lte the firehouse. Itic Association has said "no" to
o,.,,o e ry sore all neek bece-'ie I-"" -'r I ,'-nliin bolts cained the Justice Department and the
the 'Rice game was his first r'll tfe rommotinn by twice strik-' University of Oklahoma re-
bugh work this year." ling the city's fire alarm system 'gents.
Oklahoma wants to telecast
today's football game with Notre
Dame on State-wide network.
The Justice Department in
Washington urged the NCAA to
.allow the wider telecasting. But
the collegiate group won't give

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Usi> hopes of the At.ahtlc _le_'a Cristobat-High School, when ,wy
W.. Cristobal 'hasome _loe, they haye .shared the trophy o
Ut they mave 7M to becQzw Iw champhesi of Isthmianf i=
0 .nlors, .fr* 135 poum' to brawny 00 pounders, The Blue aefd
the pep that ay h "hla Despite the fact that giMdu-
ay front, the ier Meevc. -.'t ltobalHIgh., tith year, have a
are enjoyed by the Gold .ftt entry in lateraeholastic fop'tf -.,
Sth.e biggest Aunber ofOti tuts that ever waoked out for CristOba
d MCH8is b4, is at and read for hat will probably
Nine lett, eoen eo mp .temr "first Une of attack andthose who
a.t spots have:6,.O o tw t* than Just adequacy. Clifton High
ributed John *lotta, a lTHiLndr who la- Bure to do Oriutobal plen-c
pe is the beao. CokyT fouli.M as understudy to firat-string
sp thqm adO l seeurlty Ar th t portion. Then there Is halfback
pt.ractice ae aloB, has.. m Working hard fpr a starting Derth.
*a;paat ia a with a Cr hr m ose, and it he a unable teostaft qin
v to Wve th WS"r -tra1 'UBs halfback Doition. There Ja"-l
.lookers but th at anis s ated lor plenty of action notwitbhtad-
Son .the s aad. Big John tayo, as been putting in plenty of orer
. as e alternates from hr.alke to.Center, HIyes will becaued oitd'
.ay o4 a' thr"-year mmn wft* th CHB.eleven, and Troper:y 1r
i tur d 8 beut= ne er C1 frtors to -Up for a e p
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eager .t. win ti's me ,and get
the isM otff to a avkrlous
start. The Bulldogs wll be put-
ting an 8 game winning streak
on the line which started in the
final game og the lMtL-mason
against these Rame Raml. The
best the Rams have been able
to do against BM footbsa teams
is to tie them, this belna the
first time the two temse-played
in 1951. Since then the Bulldogs
have won 3 straight irom the
With the possibility of a dry
field lor this game. ootbAll fil-
berts throughout the Isthmus
stand to see one of the best
opening game clashes In recent
Probable starting line ups.
showing Jersey numbers and
weight. -

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3 DItk Ca
Too Berr a Mer 2 J. Malen
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Carl Furli CAckle Robinson B
And Oil Hodges never have 85 T. DaVil
gitln the Ntew York Americans 75 J Fulton
Ik for Duke Snider to 84 D. Ores
Wretthe:. B mnx a 85 3Bob Glu
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d, obanoL and Hodges near 47 C. eff
tave- -been v Ae *to .Yntrae 73 Corri

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last fWl, when Campanella bat-
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son .17 Te Dodgers batted Ball P
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1M47, .210 in '49 and .215 last
The Yankee* btted. .289 in
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v'v of malcr league ball olpvers
*how< that rin rumarn ti their
favorite c'iid ame. followed by
hearts, noker and ninncble. rCL-
np'a. tons In the' nation, rates
flfth hmon thbe ftthjblet
Crllahhve aN most nonular with
th* Mrave' -ont.rct brid-e
with the Phbilli. Th 7ndvers
1k1e bescal4 p"ni nmrijhnel. Tta-
llon rIme' ritfnn rates first
with the Serptors.

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FT,vr/ART, Ind. (UP) llk-
hprt firemen "aswayd ual plqrrm
that wee strictlv tor the birds.
Arriving Pt the scene. thrv foi'nd
spVeral .wbandoneid bird nests
blazing In p nMn jda whih was
turned a acpgdlentaflv puer be-
ing out Of use for some time.


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home run looked foul at Cleveland's
War's wrong smash stood. (NEA)


24 tears in Natlnal eague
Written for NEA Service
Quastios There are only two
out, but the defensive team
believes there are three and
walks off the field. A runner
on second base walkS off the
field, too. The umpire-ln-chief
points out that their are only
two out, sends the defensive
team, back on the field, the
runner to second base. The de-
fensive manager claims the
man on meeond should be out
because he left the bime path,
although he wasn't tagged. The
umpire rules the runner out.
I say he should be safe. -Bert

Answer: The runner Isn't out
Munles taed while off base.
The rule states that a runner
should be called out If he runs
ma" tban. -ysftomm a
alreet ths a-
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racket," dotted ht5 Notre Dame
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Winchg-^jwtp MM.UAt en-
lanerm. tts covered a
teute ftour ka long. n and
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Nor 1;,41d ad some new.
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Belmont Park Fall Meeting

Is World Series Of Racingu

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 (NEA) which turned in a magnitlcma..
- The Yankees and Dodgers performance accounting for t 4
having taken a lease un the Cowdin at Aqueduct OGreentree-
World Series gives New York Card Trick; Errard King, the
three of thq same. New Jersey boss; War Piper and
The third has been here for some more.
a long time, too. It's the autumn The western contingent l,
meeting at Belmont Park. headed by the Hasty HouN-7
The Three Great Weeks of Farms' Hasty Road, victor in
Racing draws all the superior Arlington and Washington Pasri'
horses. All the top horses are Futurities. and his stablemate
here. Every big stable is re- Sea 0 Erin, which took
presented save Calumet Farm, Prairie State Stakes at Washing.
which, strangely enough, hasn't ton Park. r, p
anything fit for anything at the
world's best running horse show. Eleven of the 63 past Futurp *
Seventeen stakes, on the flat ties have been won by fllea ,
and through the field, are worth and the colts are likely tO 4tve ,
a half-million. The total purses feminine company in this edi.--
come to more than a million. tion, too. Mrs. George D. Widena,-.,
The championship Is settled in er's Evening Out oualified by.-
each division. The two-year-old winning four stakes In as many.
distance is lengthened for the times out. Hasty House Farm'L."
first time. Eastern and western Queen Hopeful took the Lasslee ,
juveniles go to the post together Stpkes at Arlington
for the first time. Three-year- The two-year-olds then go a-
olds tackle the older horses in mile for the first time in the
weight-for-age events. Champagne Stakes. Oct. 10. .
t ... '1 aa ______ ...

I. Juvenile fillies settle their Ut iv.
It was for thLs reason that in the Matron Stakes at six fur-,,
George D. Widener raised the longs down the Widener chute,.,,.
purse of The Sysonby Mile, Sept. Sept. 26..
26, to $50,000. In it. President
Widener of the Westchester Three-year-olds and up*' have
Racing Association hoped to see It out In the New York HandIt
oreentree's Tomrn Fool. the hand- at a mile and an eight. Sent. U.,.f
Leap king, and Alfred Owyne The Sysonby; the Vosburg."
Vanderbilt's sophomore wonder. Handicap at seven furlongA%
Native Dancer. This was off Sept. 28; the Manhattan FTland--,
when bruises forced a slight icap at a mile and a hall. Oc-t,
caring of The Dancer's left fore- 3: and the $75.000 The Jockel;,
foot. The management still Club Gold Cup at two mUile6
hopes to put on the heat every- Oct. 10.
body wants to see in special race Fillies and mares have the,.
at a mile and an eighth, Oct. 10. $5n.000 Ladles Handicap at .,
--oOo-- m'e and a half. Oct. 7.
With Native Dancer confined Three inmoingr numbers ari
to workouts, the Lawrence Reali- culminated with the Grand'Nas,
zation at a mile and five- tionel teelplerhase Handicap at
eighths. Sept. 30. will draw a about three miles. Oct. 9.
larger field of three-year-olds No wonder the gang's all here.
and be much more of a contest. S*o rs
John S. Phipps' Level Tea. a Snorts horties
front-running son of Bull Lea
and winner of two recent stakes, FOOD CENTER
Is an added starter in this di- HOLLANDALE. Mis RUP) -
vision. Competition 1I heavy in the 100th
Next to the contemplated col- block on South Simmons Stre
lesion of Tom Fool and Native here. All seven buildings in
Dancer, most interest is in the block house cafes.
two-vear-olds being pointed fI
eams maire known as the Cornhuskers, but 'their football sophomore. the $50.000 The Futurity attI NICE CATCH
n'style .Ine d. End Sylvester Harris, center foreground, 'who looks and a half furlongs. Oct. 3 PERU. Ind. (UP 7 The t
S r ,said."lhave a smile on both my faces." NEAIn the east there are James department answered a call f
veee4I aq.~1faces." LN..FA _... o rd' ov.srdn oe
Cox Brady's lon-striding Hone- a man who lost his false teeth
ful winner. Artismo: Cornelius when a hearty snee'.e sent them
IVanderbilt Whitney's Fisherman, flying into a catch basin.


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BERLIN. Sept. 26 (UP) -
Some 1.800 East Germans have "Let the people know tho truth and the country is sf -. Abraham IJncoln.
been handed over to the Soviet-
supervised secret police in a
rge o workers suspected of; rWENT.EIGHT'H YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTiEMBR Ili 1IV I WT l T
taking part In the June revolt, ,
western newspapers here report-
ed today.US Treaty With Spain Sined
West Berlin press reports sald
organizing Soviet Germany's I reat W ith l ned
secret police along the lines of' J
the dread MVD that spies on VICTIM AND KUJI.EB The
Russia's residents.- andusky. a.r has b identetle
At the same time, officials d of White P0laas, NY.. Roy gi
In Red Germany announced friend of the murdered N. lag
that in the future they will oth e iIanlt J3
"censor" incoming parcel post In I T ,II
packages, apparently as a
means of tightening the Soviet WASHINGTON. Sept. 26 (UP) documents are signed, 5226,- Dun" nnd Spanish follp min- Offielals recalled that the
zone "food blockade." -The State Department dis- 000,000 which already had been Ister lbeLto Martin Artio were late Admiral PFWat Sheisma. oorly-A rine
Mass arrests in Soviet Germa- closed today the conclusion of earmarked for Spanish econ- designated by their go ents was the teal author of the
any's factories were reported by, agreements by which Spain will omic and military assistance. to sign the agreement past, which has. been a rad I
Der Tag. organ of West Germa-:allow the United States to use An authoritative tte sad negellatifn ofr 7 menth. In OSGl m
any's governing Christian Demo-lair and naval bases in return for In return Spain gives the Dunn and his staff olren met It was Shermani former chleO
cratic party which said that an-!military and economic aid to the United States access to Spanish at the American emlbsy late of naval operation, firt ap-
ti-Communist workers are "de-iSpanish armed forces. air and naval bases. Thursday to give tUe'sgreement preached Gnetrallmo atn-
nounced" before kangaroo courts The disclosure came with the U.S. ambassador James C. final study. cisco Frano in the saummget of ( -0 -
and then taken away by police. release here of the texts of a- 1951 on the subject of an crd .p) mafwimm g-- 0co-
Der Tag's story was the first agreements which the department between the poorly-armed men, waa and
detailed account of the operation said were signed in Madrid late 't fhe~nal 7 yJ lde charged ar
of the factory meetings, which this afternoon. Madrid time. and. Prdadento were i an n .s
have been mentioned often in' The pacts joined tSpain and -it untsu Wey
the Cnmmunlst press. The pacts joined Spain and 11-t10iUoiIt l
The procedure described by the United States in a defens- ste a wll goed.
the Western newspaper recall- lye arrangement intended tod Am s t
ed the "mob trials" which have further bolster the free world M a c of
become commonplace in Com-i against possible Communist I
mnist China. : aggression. _"
Der Tag said suspects are call-: More particularly they fur-
ed to the platform at plant nished new protection to the t
meetings, reviled as "saboteurs" southern flank of E u rop e.
without the formality of evidence strengthened the de fenses
and then turned over to the se-Ithroughout the Mediterranean
cret police So far as is knownr,Iand Middle East and provide al-
they receive no other trial. ,ternate bases from which stra-
Any worker who dares to I tegic bombers could make coun-
protest the arbitrary arrest of -;ter-attacks against critical areas .-1
one of his fellows is denounced deep inside thle Iron Curtain in .
In his turn as an "enemy" and case the Communists attack theta .W.-
taken away west. sof too" V W- D
Despite the dangers Involved.' Other such bases are alreadyDoh A .to
Der Tag said, workers in many !built in North Africa. ..1t 3 lo l L state
plants have called their own. The three-part agreement will po m01110MlI & *wor' e B a workerAltI l an .
meetings after such arrests and altgn Spain and the United EhInoew Y C u lt g andog 0P) aboutatihe
adopted resolutions demanding States militarily for the first PAST BECOMES PRent-A e Iluro rt aes
esthe immediate release of the ar- time. r the aords, the Unt- store in the village of Sturbridge, Mass., wh ng m tes work; for a aim
The resolution., have been lg-1 ed States automatically turns as a life-size museum, typical of New Englead Th aof .aItsork~pi oso It.ta1e'
nored by the Communists. but Over to Spain, at the time the handwork tfumed out In the-ar.abehl t.8"-. ldin'dlt
so ftr as is known they have not 07W. a pend of aligar.3-1/e
yet dared to use force to break. aminutesIa nd Laat. *grc-1/ eaSutrtW bje
up spontaneous meetings of this miutes InMwed i e lt WI. -="-Wr.a
The Westw BertUn newspaper mibe tn N 1utes i New ork;. 1M t- w fthe dnalt s
Nacht Depeache reported theat i widthe iDutch e e esi
reorganization not the secret po- 'Adcr a den eggs, 25 minutes '""
newspaper said 194 German p- b kI nearly three hrw. -
lice officials have been fired for I
"Incompetence" in the shakeup. HANOI rndo-China, Sept. 26 o a cott hir nely one
(UP) French Union Troops hour In New York; 22 hOurs in
Colon Expositio surrounded an estimated 5.000 Moscow.
oCommunist-led Viet Minh sol- In Nwo a man's sult, three days
To Feature Zoo diers in tbh. Red River delta 30 In New York; 47 days in Mos-
nules south east of here todry co .
The largest and'nost complete in an attack to clean out enemy 'T Oershoes, on day In
collection rf animals native to troops inside the French de- New York: 13 days in Moscow.
Panama w'l be on display in fense perimeter. "For a woman's wool suit, 22
the Commercial Exposition of Several battalions of French hour In New York; 22 days in
Colon Zoo when it opens next Union Forecs opened the flush- MOscOw.
March. out campaign two days ago06 `II
Today the Exoosition office when they launched operation
announced that they will begin "brochet" 'Pike) against elite 4
the purel'&res immediately of Viet Minh troops entrenched in LENDS HAND TO OLD ART---eeaf,6,,T
Sany or all .jve animals brought fortified villages and hidden in France, shows the olde fenc t a-old-. W AV lll
to the office between 12th and four-feet high grain covering Octave Suffyu-Delmonte that IWe's not'W yOM to learf, a Sl1 A j%
13th Stre.ts on Melendez. The rain-swollen ric., fields beautiful art. The youngest and oldest 'ef'Iaces WTncemak
top price o? $200 will be paid for The French feared that the are currently making some of the o -vUit-prod Tickets are still on sle cfor
the jaguar with a descending Viet Mlnh ioldlers might again ...i '. Arthur Rubenstein's single con-
scales of prices covering the slip out of tLe trap as they have cert to be held here Monday at
mGre popular animals. In the past the Bella Vistas Theater.
The zoo site will t'be on the The Communist death toll was l al The noted plant was brought
land adjacent Abel Bravo Col- given as 75 dead and at least Gtnerla dmEninay r eus by thye Daniel
lebe. Next to it. in the bas. will 100 prisoners were taken. ac- Sut isS'Imaht Herbert de Castro.
be a specially constructed cording to French sources. Ticketrdasltron-kse o
aquarium for the display of French loses were "appreci- Arresed In Meio 'lek. rangng in pee fron
Panama's fish, able." N A tc 3 and $ may be p hs .
French command sources In- MEXICO CITY. Sept. 26 (UP) Levtb Service or from De -.
H: dicated that other large-scaL, -General Enrique C. Calder6n. COPM.Denmar Sept.Renseiise fom Car
ralcis may b launched to keep who was Communist candidate 20 CU"P) _..-L Actress b RuIThere tomorrowfrmis eeetednto ar-
Sunday, Sept. 27 the Viet Mitih from settling into or president of Mexico in 1940, Taylor ufq a nervousI at- p where he gave two concert
High Low vintage po*:its for their expect- was a r r e s t e d here today on tack l.. ght as the result a e
6:23 a.m...........12:11 am ed utumrL offensive against "fraud and falsification" of an 1ic greetlg b Py ap program will consist of
6:54 p.m..........12:39 pm. Hanoicharges. fans Ien, but was a- l.etion s from Be the v e n,
The three star general was ble to Ing in north- Chapin,V lvUla-Lobos, Granados,
..... .... taken into custody when he ar- em Al-b Ian sad Lnst.
S rived at his residence in the c r re-
luxurious Chapultepec Polanco cU."1 1r earrie re- ..
Neither General CalderBn, who ea r a v sa
was once governor of the state- terete t U. To Rns
of Durango, nor police could say "%SZ. 5h.,_ Tons
chart '. against the veteran ar- o .e r ,areta-Of Refined Sugar
my officer. Ig, denl ar
The general will annear before WASENOTON. Sept. 26 (UP)
a penal court judee tomorrow at HOue i d Car Uid ..t te. ,rl,-o.
which time he will learn the ac- fare Department yesteru tow of-
cusation against him and will be .fered to buy 50.000 short tons of
aiven an opportunity to answer. SAN Teg Mept. 31 "refined and other direct, co-
General Calderon is on full- (UP) -it edft dualaptIh" sugar from the low-
command at this time. any e !w t hls Belgin Nati erlead,
He was once Mexican consul kfgh er the hee@ up Kirgdom, Indonesia or
e a _n__.o a help totlItoIlkI United States.
g l a n ,Aramel. The Department set a Se_ 10
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GlMt) MhaM hands with former Secretary of Labor Martin
Durin, dolowing NIXon's talk to the APL national convention
ait it. Lois. Dur charged that President Eisenhower had
ms onS his w dProosed changes in the Taft-Hartley Act.
XO. eJla me lhe wole thing was a mimsunderstanding

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carelessly put a lighted pipe in PO
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pital here today suffering from I
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