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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General UElenhow r may yet

THE MAIL 8OXmayA yetSal
eripple the powerful political
THE MAIL lOX machine that some of the na-
Lion's most iniluential labor
o leaders have been hammertin
The Mail Box is en open ferum for r edeur of The Penme Amer- together for ov. Stevenson.
lei. Lettern are received gratefulip end eare haullmed in a wholly cenfi- e ican do this with Just one
htilal Manor speech in the next few days -
l m ribu a er dont be Impatient t doesn't ppeer the speech which can cot the
ant day. L rMs are published in the order eivede. mocrats the official support
Plene try to keep the etersn limited t one page length. Of millions ot men With trea-
Ideenty of leter writers is held In striceat nfldeSee fesres In the hundred of mfl-
This newspaper esmae no responsibility for tateaenhts as oplieos lions.
expuned In letters 1 wfree.m uder. But it will hae to be a
ipM ttough talk for the eiletce
will be the toughest sen-
JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR A$.L hower has yet faced. There
Dear Maw: will be only 700 men and
I take my pen in hand and write to you again. But I got each of them get no kick
good newa this time. You member, Maw, that I come down here from campaigns. They will
cu., you know, like Ferdinand, I like to smell the flowers. Course, be unfriendly, but they will
to stay here I had to get a job, and that I don't like. Member. listen. They p. the dele-
when I was a kid I run errands for Schultatneyeri the butcher? gates to the AFL's cowven-
Well, I always kinda liked his racket. Now, here la the good news. tion, and dehSpe all pre-
The other night I read in the paper that they was gonna lower vious reports uhe are not
the requirements for the guys that pilot the ships through this yet postiveit pledged to
here sAnal. Course they can save a lot of money that way. cuz Go. e oStevew s
what's the difference If these new guys they get crack up a few This means a in t enti-
shis and bang up the looks aorta regular. The Locks only cost This means a s oit isntl-
a fewo'niUol and uncle Sam has lots of money and canmo c
in timeUp. Those guys otta have a lot of fun, too, telling those seemed retain gat the AWL
avy captains from Atnypolls off, cuz. who do they think they would abandon tradlo and
greater all. they did graduate from Oth grade at Pumokin virtually move Int theDemo-
Centw, and got their experience catfishing with Uncle Jake. cra&c 1'arty..
A4rqw the Panama Canal Co. don't need to worry either., wz But now that is no longer
the can't sue 'em-I just found out that you can't sue Uncle certain. The Governor Irritat-
Sam ialms he wants to be sued, and he sure afnt gonna wanna ed the AFL leaders over the
be SAl a couple of times every week. But this ain't reely what Labor Day ,weelked.
I wied to tell you. I don't want to be a Pilot-they have to On that weekend. Ite was
woAt'Io hard and too long, and stand uno too much. I wanna be supposed to deaver, i Detrolt
a r--a surgeon, aorta like Mr. Schultniseyer. They don't (onoice of the clyr was the first
hav*P work so. hard-maybe do a little cutting just once a day strategy eg or, sni. it is nhau-
or oro se. Maw, the way I figure. If they don't care about ally a 010 town), his defflttive
stheidw and the millions of dollars in locks, they don't care labor a
m bout the people, either, so they will lower the recutre- But the Wo of one In-
me a the does too. and that's where I come it. Mebbe they'd fluently um ~ n ftie .At'
*nl~tt s that I could watch some body cut out a couple of ap- high comnaed: "Se I*.Us a
then they'd let me work as a dc., br if I watched few minutes and thn tAle
dot ft r so. I could be a reel surgeon. This should be coming about everytngal.W
oot so. Maw. luv to you, and just to start getting in practice, I ut lner2etd in hn e tpr
wI n, t-Dr. Joe Goofua. mtsed like children that he
So would try to repeal the Taft-
CRISTOBAL MEETING PLACE Hartley Law. We know the beet
R Lrs: we'll get out of that effort will
Why isn't something done about the mess they have around be some changes, which well
the Crist6bal Post Office. get anyway.
It is almost Imoosuible to go there and get your mail. What we want is a full dis-
That seems to be a meeting place for all the bums in town. cusslon of his philosophy of
Something should be done now before there is an unpleasant labor. It's al right to be inde-
aituation, that will have bad after effects. pendent, but we want specifics I
--Cleanitup. from him."
u -o fw"N It Is absolutely a fact that=
LAX:"SMTthere is shoulder angf re-t
: We have just completed a tour of three vears on the Tsthmu senthe scroamrlyArtwur-.Sble,
with the Armnny, I am taking this opportunity to say "Thanks" singer, At. as -l i.
for a pLesant reception and acceptance in your Canal Zone labor advice" e
circle. We ave met with courteous folks in all our contracts of That has gven ise
baiilms-and social life. That has given rise to ru-
May I add a word of praise to a fine gentleman. a bus driver morse that Schlesinger's g l
fr 4bt Fort Oulick Nursery School and carrier 4or the PanamA friend, Walter Resther, womd
American. be named Secretary of Labor Z
atan Hall, known as "Safety" to all the children of Gu- b a new SBevenaon ca abn 80s
Il0k, has endeared himself to our children and all resides TrSe o -no tgc .opo.
vunmf and old. by his continued courteous and smilinE served, t 11nger ..- ,& a .

-D ` a the heaviest of rainstorms he in there-at the door wlit
i a s milUn good evening. The name "Safety" started when he
S noticed a "Safety-first" shirt worn by our son and called the
I title boy "Shfetv-first." The younger ones thought the name was
hi l own and called h4n "Safety."
When the urser School Board of Governors were seeking a
driver for the buls. "Pafetv" came first to our thoughts because
of his love for the children. What more appropriate name could
m. one ask for In a school tus driver? Gulk Pamly.

Three cheers for the girl who wrote about the G.I.'s and Girls.
bad there aren't more of her kind in these narrow-minded
ues they call colonies here in the C.Z.
.re been here two years almost, and I can count on one
bad the times I've talked to Amaricpn rtrlh while here And a
date wth one of them-Hal I'd be afraid to even try. I would
ab be hauled in for molentingr.
r the servicemen go with trqir In the Republic. I have
utdvari ous irl-friends In the Republic, though I am partianlar
Sh C.E. bovs "o with the eirl. in the Reoublic also and they
g Ar. with it. Why? They're Zonianal (They are also Amer-
.. s the same as the servicemen I).
The way I figure it. the Zone bov is afraid he'll lose out to
U: lIW ervleeman if the GI does finally set thronwh the Iron cur-
1. $it. so he tqlkq him down as far as possible, little realizing the
' bIua -he is doing.
S As for the girls. for mv money. y vou can keen what available
su you've got down here pnvway. The native girl has something
b' ades ice-water in her veins.
She Isn't as hard to rpach as a star either. You Zonpe eirls
ay consider yourselves too Rood for me. but you are slightly
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ngs in the archives I suspect that the last 12
months will meet hAltory as containing more
miserable music than any other similar period of
he past.
Tha SPu qiaf haM ether hen Irtfta bad Extra alvy. Th db M iasit ptf *rae lv6 been
keepers and g imacen.
The old-tirs ke Pet Lee have changed
acerwi let hv e ON Oldt ld
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stuff, playing a cool, clean accompaniment
herself, not striving for a lot ot lao or Oera
on the keyboards, and the neot result was
She is a sad and almost bitter king waI
when she Ist ugngt Uthl p tf Si

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-i., y,,'opras: Marilyn Mon- a Hollywood Eeat Jnolrn restau
"ivi"lWwout godt. ruled '4F" by rant: "Cash and Curry."
: Army at Atlantic City, was
her wardro*', In "Niagara "' MOM may not know it. but ar
Army may have branded it Independent film company li
)f eent for a recruiting stunt., shooting "Robinson Crusoe" in
but ft was okay by the movie cen- Mexico. The studio owns a corm-
srs. pie'.-d screen-play of the classic,
written four years ago by Helen
Evie Johnson's decision to have nPuttch as a Stewart Granger
t fltg at movie acting she, starrer, but never placed before
MaSkX her debut in "Nev.r Wave the cameras.
at a WAC" -- has tongues waa-
ft.g In Honywood's eyebrow-lift-.! Skip the rumor that Rose Ma-
gset. Her reasons. say the gos- rice's flF'-.,yer-old d a u g h t e r.
lips, arte Georglanas. wji follow in her fa-
1. Lack of dough In the Van mous mama's footsteps a- q sing-
Tohnson household, or. In. moppet. Closing a lone en-
2 A bid for a career of her own gsageent at Ciro's. the blonde
before divorcing Van. sone.stress, who was a top radio
TI.' marriage, according to the star at five. told me:
rpeivlne. haa been on thin Ice'
r almnpt a year. "I don't think I want a career
-- fcr C.'orglana as a child I don't
Rita Hayworth's agents are want peop'.' to think she's a mid-
busitng Fox. Rita wants the role get
Wf Diana in "The Robe."
Movies for Rose Marie? "Not
Don't be surprised if Kathleen as a star-I just want to do the
Winsor huddles with attorneys! comedy end of It.'"
ver "Fo-.ver Ambrose." the ti-1
tle of Eddie Mayehoff's new TVI Sophie Tucker is stipulating
show. It follows Red Skelton on that she play herself in the final
%he air this season. reel of her movie biography. In
which Betty Hutton will star.
Eleanor Parker's medlco has But the last of the Red Hot Ma-
et Sept. 25 for the stork visit. mas Is In for some hot o.~,osl-
She's 'due at MOM Nov. I for an- tlon to the Idea.
other flicker with Bob Taylor.....
Ol'ha .-*.en discovered on pro-
*erty owned hv Hedv Lamarr in Joan Bennett Is being billed as
Vienna. She'll hop the Atlantic plain Joan Bennett for the Los
next month to sign royalty pa- Angeles run of "Bell. Book and
ets. Candle." It was Miss In the ads
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' Irene Ryan at the Fox and
I otnda: "All a sweater doe- for
me Is to make me look warm."...
Turhan ew" Is bo'k In Hollywood
tw6 'eatrs in Europe Jane
Russell's biting with Jov about
the ler uhlieltv sh.'s getting in
"Son of Paleface Two new rea-
sons for seeing her films.
Npab Shore Is Tellinr foulul.
Sabodt her nuoteq In a national
Mf'w*sine that *he believes eryin"
jol**-le R'v Js merely a flash-!
l-,-th,-nan for for a ft buk.
The injrer elj'lmq she w'mn mln-
qnnted-*n4 h-s apologized via
S better to Johnnle.
. Rseramber Sunshine Sammy of
1 the Our Gang Comedies? He's
now a delivery boy for a Hollv-
. --wood liquor store.... The Mel
Tormes have dated the stork a-
S"l" .... Paramount's Barney
Balaban's prediction on movie
business for the r.'xt 12 months:
"It will be Juste *u ood aq the
picturitl we deliver." ... Tallu-
Ish Bankhead's salary, for one
TV guest Appearance on the All-
1 tar Revue Oct. 11, will be $20.-
o 0

S TV's Dagmar. how touring
night clubs, Is doing a skit in
whieh she plays the first woman
Slines: "Whadda day-I passed 19
vetoes and vetoed 10 pases."...,
D Barbara Hutton Just paid V50.-
000 for a hew Beverly Hills
home .... Walter Chrysler. Jr.. Is
S tlke Mr. Moneybags behind Ray-
mond Massev's new play, "The
M Ranging Judr." ".. Leslie How-
ard's gravestone in England bears
b this inscription: "Gentle cynic."
t Greta Garbo's hair-can you
Stand it--Is now tinted a deep
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work. ani f";ueini roldnd often put
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yeaw have a drinking problem? Caoino Santo Clara. Dance mus.c bv Wnsu,, l",O liEmehold __ PROFESSIONAL ,ak FIrS L(ov -
Wolfe Alehelles" Aeivenous. By Cosino Aces. No reservotonS ne- Service Pers9nnel and Clivlian FOR SALE: Norge refrigerator 9 ****aro 8.A.)
S2081 -1 n.e C. cessary Saturday and Sunday._ Goverrment Emploves cu. 4. 25 cycle, porcelain. perfect Protect your IleW t: Ha, U.S.A.
bi. WENDEHAKKE Medical Clinic Foster's cottages, completely furnish- Insist on condition. Mahogany wardrlO. I
Estudionte Street No. 140 between ed. Halt a m.: beyond Santa CIo- Cvemment Elys Finance C. Double bed. Crib. House 5465, danger of qu tou
"J" and "K" Street. Phone 2- a. For information vie,t or phone When you finance your new Diablo Heights. and flies with Y- ito The Parlour
3479 Dogrrar Tivoli Avenue No 6. 2- or cl w a ,nn tC
a. -- 01%. Panama. AGNoY AGENCY EHIINGER FORbu 6 chairs LE 5a 00 1i REMOVABLE ALUMINUM 7':BON SPORTS
SPE CIAL EXCURSIONS! H L"- P-.IC -NO ---.- oo'-No. 43 Au enabtle. Itob t,,I ca irs,- $55. 00e 1 -
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Sw round trip $15 1 beuul El Vole Ntie El Vale Phone 3.4984 -495 00, 1 double bed sprete $ SCREEN FRAMES : e aLouis Jordan
nday.Im$t. $160, 'good one year), Muc Saturday night. 00 FOR SALE:-194- Peckard Fordor. 00, 2 porch shades $9.00. m. Note these money ani w k 8: | -- en entry
to LOS ANGELES, one way, 149 Gramlich Santa Clara beach now point job, new seat covers. do $25.00. curstan rod, s.avinr advantag e- Story Theater
l 15, round trip $252.35. 90 day- cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas good tires, ty end find a better shades. Misc. items. 771 -D, Son 0% t 0 ol eater t | (Th )
lmiti Panama Dispatch Servie .ove moderate rates Telephone car for your money, only $330.00 FOR SALE: 9ft. 60 cycle Frigi- alnv other screen 9 30-L-Ledst tudio Concerts
opposite Ancon bus stop Tel. Pan- ,.-44] Gamboa. 4-567 Pedro M,- down and its yours. daire. porcelain inside & out. 2. Can be removed or 1r- 1af)
ama 2-1655 guel Your Friendly Ford Dealer $275.00 Three Venetian blinds placed In a few seconds 10: cade of America
MXtURSION BUSES tor special l .r,. PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The Colpae Meors Inc. 34x59, $1200. 17-30 a. m.-3:00 8 or 4 pound weight .maiase I(
to any part of the country. The only court in Santa Clota with an On Automobile Row p.m.1 Call Coco Solo 263. After Cleaning a llitht hbols- 10: htoitta of P.C. 40
safest and most luxurious! Call Oceanview from all cottages. Steps Tel. 2-1033 2-1036 business hours call Colon 549-J. keeDping lob.
Panama 2-2064 to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration, FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger 4. Prame never rust, rota'or 1 N1t
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- & commercial at Agendas Cosmos. FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refrig needs DaintinR. 1:00 4a&. 1O- n off
ama 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673. on Automobile Row No. 29, tele- otor. 25 cycle, 9 cu. ft, porce- 5. Screen easily replaced at
FOR SALE Box No. 435 Balboa. phone Panama 2-4721. lain inside and out, 3 yrs guar- fraction of Usual COst.
o NO 43 a pFOR e SALLn-19 Chevrolama 2antee left on new unit Balboa 2- S. Admits more air and IIRht. Tomrtet ow, Saturday, Sept. 13
Micelhancetns FOR RENT FoRd SA '--int, Choie.olt TUo. 42.7 after 4:45 P.m
Tood paint, good tires, new tail .. "INC
FOR SALE--We have a few Thor pipe and muffler. This car is In GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. 0:00-Alarm Clock Club
2 cycle automatic washers at re- [0oUs excellent condition, only $485.00, FOR SALE: China closet, double C:l0 Calon
duced prices. Muebler.a Casa Spar- FOR RENT: $80.00 a month, and drive it awy. bed Beauty Rest mattress, kitchen 279 Central Ave 8:1 InStrumental
tarn. Central 223. Tel 2-4591. 4 bedroom chalet. 2 restrooms. No Your Friendly Ford Dealer table, two chairs, 2 upholstered Tel. 3-o1"4 8:30-- Btgeth Great News
FOR SALE:--Do not pay morethan 15 6th Street, Parque Lefevre Colpet Motors Inc. cbairs, Opex washing machine,
S SALE:-Do not pay morOn Autlomobile Row vacuum ,cleaner, drefing table, 9 .
B44.55 net. tor your new RC-80 FOR RENT-House 5 000 meters Tel. 2-1033 2-1036 ft. refrigerator, orcelain inside, MODERN FURNITURE :1s..-Women's world
Gerrob 3-speed automatic record- ct land. Suitable chicken raising -------- outside house 94, Mralores St
changer. 25 or 60 c~rle. at Cas Preferable retired employee or FOR SALE--P-ck Up U nternat onalM P I-I u lt ** CUItM JiIL1 .:3:0--As I See It
Sparton. Central 223 or at our couple. $20 00. Apply Chiibre I-4 Ions almost new. Large plat- gu- IBlpeoWft Reaholhtry l 10:00-Nliew
branch at No 56. B A.enue Par,- Corregfduria. farm. Central Ave. and 21 St. No V W11 Ol -muw.aonlfM' 10:05-4Off th Record
t 1. FOR SALE:-AII porcelain refriger- abeisto E 11:00---ew.
OSEno e FNT --- S: 1C ator 9 ft. Westinghouse. 25 cycle j.-.hUans (Ass uit ---lw- 11:05--Offthe Record (conlId)
FOR SALE.-One double barrel K RENT I FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Custom unit 2 Yr. old. Best offer! 2623. Bi- I l S lc te I e e11:30-Meet The LRan
gauge shot gun with leather case. Fordor Eight, black. good tires, x- D, Hecker Place. Diablo 2-4281. fft SA L. a Id 1a:o t
4 one Remington .22 Rifle with Te- ApuIMB e client condition, guaranteed, must -- est ouse Lun:0 Tune Time
lesoopic sight, one 48 bass Ac- ALHAMBRA APATMNTS b driven to eate, o 475. FOR SAL:, y hou, exceed con- 0 lar ic
cordlon. one large combination T andfl1 PARTMINTS down and drive *t *awy. drar"rat, 60 cycle, excellent con- m Nw MUsIC
ll na mb nation ad ive room furnished and r rid Dealer dlton $190.00. Fort Sherman 87- Parade
safe. Calol Panama 2-3330 unfurnished apartments; private en- Your FrienMdly Forr dDl 727. dt p.0 Foxt, S. A, 115-Perleon.l-tyPa
FOR SALE: Typewriter, parable. closed gardens. 8061 10th Street. Colpen Mo ers Inc. 27. :4--Dtravld: -Rose P
NEW Remington Rand. $135 00. New Cristobal Telephone Colon On Automobile Row FOR SALE:-Furniture, new. Bed- shipping, moving. ctorap. 2:00-VOA Stamp Club
Round mahogany china closet. 1386. Tel. 2-108 2-1036 room and livingroom sets. Also 4 We pack and orate or move 2:15-ane U Mu
$39 50. Mahogany side board. FOR SALE: One 1937 Lincoln burner gas stove. Roy Nurse. anything. 'Phone 2-2451 :30-Af oo Melodies
$39.50. Tel 3-1216. Panama. FOR SALE Zephyr Sedan. good running. Good 7035. 8th. street apartment 17, 2S P m 3:0--A:f5tOe o *B ande
S FOR SALE --New Hampshire chick- tires. Call 3-1316 or hose 8053. Colon. 2-2562, PaIamL 3:00-America Band concert.
FOR SLE-ers. Mr Pugh C Stre hick- Real Etate Margarita. FOR SALE -2 Rattan Chairs, need 3:15-The Little Seg
Bidg 24. Parque FOR SALE -Bteach cottage, 2 bed- 1949 Lincoln Cosmopoliten Fordor, repairs, both for $25.00. 2 thil- 2 30-MfCCTfTl'a ra e
FOR SALE -Clarinet B-Flat. excel- room with 3409 meters land. fur. perfect condition, just like new. dren chests of drawers, $8.00 3:- A
lent condition, wood "752-C. Ba- nished, ideal country retreat. lo- new paint job. new plastks ent each Quartermaster metal desk. 4:00--MU* For atMInry
lentcondition, woo d 52C Bal- $5.00; S g B dd: W .toYs -iPAc fr^t
ln boaoR,j. onCB Cated 3 lmles beyond Son rarlos covers. new tires, radio, overdrive., y.00n Smngte B .d ,Hollywood --
S omen s g clubs Grande." rivae power nly $660.00 down. This is our typro d mattress $10.. 715- t A .
FOR SAE. -- Women s golf clubs uPlI and water. Call Mr. Ste- be* buy. B. Prado Pates- ri (eli'w' ) ,.
and bog, 5 Ircn., 3 wood.:, $50 phens. Corozal 3130 during work- Your Friendly fPad De ler 6 ( llAm.
Albrook 86-3248. ing hours or call at Qtrs. 2047-B Colp Mters Inc. FOR SALE: Is nel
FOR SALE:-Baby crib (kiddie koopi Curundu for Information. On Aeltmebile R Double Bed and mattress, ;U P l.A a L l 1- Th llp
With plastic mattress almost new. RSAl.1:11 -151 Hi 2-1f16 m-'pim .-.-....... 35.00 M i., aS O ( O
Tel.480-L,Coloty Dun FOR SA Sitt: 1951 Hll ngroom set of furniture,
tFOR SALE -Used e mae door sedan. Only 5,000 miles. $1,- Baby High Chair..........3 .00 ;--MU W,(VI'A)
FRCAl Good condition Phone 6- i R to 150. Call Albrook 4230. Ladles Dresser........ 5.00 8r
406. Gamboa FOR SALE: '46 Hudson, Fordor, Baby Crib ... ... 500 (RDP)
now point b, good tim; thiscr Book Stand ............2.00 r8D30-Am erActan Polk Mu*
S_ --- Miss Betty Lou DuSncan, t a d ....... C de06 0.igh*4 HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE dOS E,. Berty Lou D tinc an, we are g*hiu eaway, only $170. Clothes Closet, 6 ft..high, 4
FOR SALE daughter of Capt. and Mrs. P. 00 down end its yours. ft. wide, 2 ft. deep 20.00 For the best vhale in beth 8:45-U.P, COmAnt* y
W. Duncan. of Crlatobal. died Your Friendly Ford Dealer "Cold Spot" refrigerator, 6 2 new nAd reconditioned fur. 9:00-HOG Hit Parade
: 'l &1 Motrs I~n St Ellzabeth's Hospital, Celpan ..m In.. cu, ft. 1 year aId, 60 Cyl. 140.00 lit ,a 9:30-VOA MUParade
-Washington, D. C.. last Tuesday On Automobile Row Call at "a Joya" Apartments next I .8 AND :gSELL-10:-"VA YHall Ae
-FOR SALE'-5 HP Mercury out- according to word reaching htre. Tel. 2-1033 2-106 to El Rancho just off 4th of July 1:.0.- i |,
board motor, very few hours. Also BettV Lou was born in the Avenue. Use stair enre next Ii* .Row 10--' 1 :00 a...
one 2 H P. 25 cycle motor Te- Colon Hospital on Feb. 11, 1937. FOR SALE: Ford Custom 5 six to El Rncho, and proceed to top -41911 Ot 1:00 .
Slephone Navy 3145 She had undergone a serious Cyl. Duty free. Call 3-3424, Pan- floor "Apartment "C." -.
1 -- operation and Capt. and Mrs. am1.
Duncan were with her. He re- FOR SALU-1950 Pontic c Frt- FOR SALE: Beds with chiffonier. r Au P kr
FOR SALE turned to the Isthmus last week, IblIseape. yellow excellent Fine dinlngrom set. 12 pieces. o
O E er asshe was muchImproved. Mrs. ia a S. .Mod T ern desk, with bookcase. No
Milorrvi I Duncan remained with her cla 1110a11. ony500ewst -3 47th Street Apt ,.
FOR SALE -Cushman moTor,,-oo ter and Its yse. FOR SALE.- uartermaster dining- A
just overhoui.d S41-B. 6th and Funeral services were held Your Friendl Ford Dealer room suite, $50.00, 9 x 9'i 12 Il- Mi ( M A,
Margarita St New Crstobal. yesterday in Washington, with Ce Meer 0 oD, OInc.n oleu-m, like new. $5.00. Call
phone -2500nterment in that city. l. 1-1 2-1036 Street, Bolboa. It w ano ced
day thAt _ft- er, forma
FOR SALI -- 1951 Nosh Ramble FOR ~ALE.-460 cycle Frigdaire re- F.oi l h S
Eeev~aTible iup light gryt, nrad frigerator. Excellent condition. To rleUeled es 6 1 nctlon of ve
[ M PO RTANT NOTICE "- ".'"iderallt,., be seen at Avenid Tivol, 16, pre ent ofthOOncOf MID-
SIM PO RTANT NO I CI E mileages Ala cais ba dw e Fr- SALE:T, __ patmnta
ow. $00 .00dw n nd l Or- apLE--atment 5.Frgdre Refrrier.e S C 'IsiNS T. 1W w
DARNLEY (iASKIN is no longer employed by d& w o. oo *** Otor. 7 cu. ft. 25 cycle.. o Go
Colpan Motors, Inc. (Ford Dealer). We will condition. One pr corner Chine 11
Cu e sapf.ts Inc, cabinets, maple finish Real good
not be responsible for any business transac- on im le Row buy. Phone, Balboa fn30sh Real Good a a -
tions handled by him or thru him for Colpan Tel. 32-10f 2 FORS wah n ahe
model four door Sedan. House overhauled. May be seen at Inhe.1 AIn M .
COLPAN MOTORS, INC. 8022-D, Morgate. 573E Curund. He ights. Telephloe6 _an Iab wt
Ford Dealer -- t ub Igo. 11___ "~ A11111111
Ford Dealer FoR sALEs: 90.7 PasmFO.c rious Curundu 41-1. |ed t urns 9lo Ud s
PanaYrii, R. P.p Foo*wr, w m, t, -ed "a, a, t- ad ..I
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FOR SALE: Poekard convertible. ofthe executive board of I terpretedthe a
Excellent condition. Che-p. Ca2- Governme ntland Cimeettica- W WA tSON urn to br triaL
BSCHEDULES CE6443 days 2-6326 nights. 2 Orga ? SSCommittee_- ? |SS 3inmlpp
HEDUIETRADE medal "A" 198 2 duer m- the Unflon's edquarters, I at 6g2gr IM
dateF Frd reedlmeda A a sinuip. rl n 4a5 1103 at 10 a. m.111 and
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vIsitig for ~e 410 weeks n ft
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Students Re tvn to School
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a yf cconducting its "nual rummage
*Iaa Zafir a Zkay was stesf- for a miscellaneous hower sale Wednesday and Thursday
iat the home ot her piheats, Mr. and Mrs. Eliasa,2kas, Sept. 17 and 18 at number 18
WIT Colon, to compliment her sister Miss Alegrita Zakay, who Front Street, Colon.
7I' m:irrying Mr. Abood Abadi Sunday.
A beautifully decorated fan- ty held their regular meeting Catholic Da ghters Meeting
#a, cake, encircled with Monday evening at the Trefoil The Cathoc Daughters oI
l and iny parasols form- House. Mr. Henry Butcher pre- America, Court Our Lady of the
4#the cntLral arrangement for sided' and following the busi- Miraculous Medal, Number 874
A buffet table. ness meeting the group saw a will hold its monthly social l
S.he guests included the sis- group of colored slides. Monday, Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m
4 of tae groom-elect: Misses The pictures showed the Van- In the Church hall.
JOa r.nd Julia Abadi, with da orchids as grown in Hawaii
8 e.. ella Setton. Miss Victo- and also locally grown plants
Zakay, Miss Mary Nevah, in the collection of Mr. Howard
'::cs MaVy,-.Ether and Marga- Griffin. Farewell Party for MacKensles
1 Chitrit. Miss Tony Malca. The door prizes of Pcrrlsteria- Tomorrow
S.-3 Rcnc Maloul, Miss Ginette elata plants, donated by airs. The Yacht Club's farewell din-
L' ses Gladys and Stella Miz- Ross Aldrich. were won by Mrs. ner for Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Mac-
'- .;ra-hl, Miss Florie Abadi, Miss Allen Lloyd and Mr. C. B. Stro- Kenzie will be held tomorrow
-Jula An'gel Miss Becky Cohen, bridge, evening at the Club. Tickets may
X -.s Rachel Levy, and Miss Hostesses for the evening were be obtained at the Yacht Club.
A' Ita 'bcJe. Sergeant and Mrs. B. C. Har-
Ishaw. They served refreshments Mr. and Mrs. MacKenzie are
;- Ro iley Visiting Parents to: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Croft, sailing next week on their boat
-s Dorothy Rowley, S. A. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Orvis, M-. the "r10" for Trinidad. He has
_a d by plane Tuesday and Mrs. Thomas Fels, Mr. and retired from the Police Depart-
,', m nirig ior a visit with her iMrs. C. B. Strobridge, Mrs. Allen ment and they are leaving the
S -p:ents, Captain and Mrs. Sam Lloyd. Mrs. Ross Aldrich. Mr. W. Isthmus.
S owlCy of Margarita. Miss;J. Wilkinson, Mr. P. L. Hooper,
S oV1 y y as completed h el Mr. L. P. Schuberg and Mr. H. ------
*"bbot training" as a Wave at E. Small, Jr.
:. Batnbridge, Maryland. She will! The next meeting will be held J L 2,
tea t~h: Isthmus on the 22nd September 22 at the 'Treioil Joseph Lutz, O6 ,
or San'Diego where she will'riouse at the usual time. i red C Pilot. .
Attend the Yeoman School. IR tired CZ rlot
Sthe eoan School. Mr. and Mrs. Allred
Ne';-. Arrived Officers Wives iArriving Tomorrow Dies In The StateS
In. rtteed at Club Meeting I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Alired, of
S1'.hb Fort Sherman Officers Columbus, (Geogia, will arrive. , Club held their monthly, tomorrow by plane for a visit Joseph 0." L.-utz, 62, a retired
i icrting at the Club Tuesday, with the r son in- aw and Lt. Comdr. of the Noa. who
*I' sh t. W.llam' Butcher, pres-daughter, Captain and Mrs. Her- resided at 707 oodlye Ae-
:..nt, "- man Smith of Fort Gulick: nut West Coingsdwood died
Number oC ladies who re-1 Sunday, Auputt 17, according to
S ently arrived at Fort Sherman Winners at Caid Party reports reaching here.
.4 .~ere introduced They included: A card party was recently
SMr A. Everett,Mrs.Ro- held at the Fort Sn .nian, Born in New York City he had
eit J. Laqatsch, Mrs. Howard ficers Club, with canasta, bridge lived in West Collingswood 13
Patlcison, Mrs. Stewart M. and pinochle being played, years and had worked for the
*ones, Mrs. Joseph J. Blumberg, Mrs. Paul O'Bryan won the RCA Victor nineyears. He served.
S'dn', Mis. Arthur N. Dupuls. high scoring prie at bridge, in World Watr and also took
"' ostes3 for the meeting were: Mrs. Robert Martin won the part in the landipg at Vera-
$4 -. Hcrmcn B. Terrell. gen- pinochle prize, Lieutenant Wil- cruz In 1913. He had served as
' I chairman, with Mrs. Paul Hlam Healy was the canasta win- a pilot on the Canal Zone. He
i'.. O'Bryan. Mrs. Thomas P. ner. was a member of Tatem Shields
i:5e-hrest. Mrs. U. M. Schall and '1he door prize went to Mrs.!
.iMr4. Joseph Robinson. Robert Chourrett.
'Ir, and Mrs. Kidd Return from Cotillion Club to Hold
F ,E- 'etedle Trip Formal Dance
I : Ir._ -ml Mrs. Stanley Kidd. of The Washington Cotllion RI M IE
iI.:obalo. arrived Tuesday from Club will hold Its regular formal
.: haatton trip which took them dance, Saturoay, in the
c'c~s Oisnada. ballroom of the Hotel Wash-
T''he Iqdds docked In Long ington. I
*,:eacZ California, and drove to The Royal Sultans will strike i
i,'o hgeles to spend the night. up the band at 8:00
.Ti turned out to be the night
of thte big earthquake. In the 3111 McLaughlin
. San .1rancisco Area they saw Visiting Parents
Air. and. Mrs. Alan Dodd, former Mr. William McLaughlin ar-
'tdedte of Cristobal. rived recently for a visit with
"They Journeyed to Seattle.' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
SVictoria, Vancouver, Montreal liam McLaughlin, Jr., of Gatun.
Ii and New York. Upon their re- He is a student at M. I. T. and
..,4am to the Isthmus they were will spend the next ton dayA
S'lhe dinner guests of Mr. and at home before resuming his
MHi. J. W. B. Hall of Margarita. studies.
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NEW YORK, Sept. 12. (UP) Both
Indians and Giants picked up valuable ground
the final showdown came closer and closer.

The Indianr are now only a!streak of the vear 1-0 from the
half-same out of the lead a nd Athletics as Mike GalOia pitched
the Giants jusi three-and-one- a two-hitter for his thlrd straight
half eamps back shutout. Garcia gave up only a
pair of singles to Ferris Fain in
The Indians won their eighth achieving his 20th victory against
*traight game for the': lonRest nine defeats.
The Giants made it three in a
t B e row over the last place Pirates
Sporis Briefs when they won a 6-4 thriller in
which rookie Hoyt Wilhelm came
By United Press In to strike out both Gus Bell
and Ralph Kiner with the bases
DETROIT. Sept. 12 -- Former loaded in the seventh
Welterweight Champion Johnny ,Hewent on to. ave ^Sal Magie a
Bratton has improved his chance 16th victory. The Dodgers had
of getting a shot at Champion another of those days when v-
Kid Gavilan who took the title rythingwentwrong and blew aub
from him 16 months ago. Brat- vital 11-7 decision to the Cubs
ton-who held the National Box- who put on a even-run rally In
Ing Asso,-iation version' of the the fourth which was climaxed
crown-scored a lop-sided del- by Hank Sauer's 37th homer.
sion over veteran Ralph Zaneil In the only other National
Wednesday night at. Detroit. The League game, Robin Roberts of
ex-cham sa,'s he'd welcome a the Phils ga ine his 24th victory
fight with Chuck Davev no, as; bv scattering nine hits to beat
another stepping stone back toi the ards 3-2.
the crown. I Elsewhere in the American
A virn infection has hit theLeague Walt Dropo delivered
Navy's football squad. Seventeen two homers to pace the lastrplace
Middles. including nine from the Tigers to their fourth straight
varsity, are in sick bay. Coach triumph 5-4over the Red tsox
Eddie'Erdelatz complains the vi- and the enators ended their
rus Is knocking his training seven-game losing streak by de-
schedule "out of whack." but eating the White Sox 4-1.
adds that the ailing midshipmen
should return to practice shortly.
A well-known owner df harness TAGAROPULOS
race horses died Wednesday VPri BiiS. A.
night of a heart attack. He was I" N S "'E. S'.A.
William R. Hayes, owner of Phon
'Pronto Don." top money-win- Phones:
ning gelding of all time and
"Lusty Song." the 1950 Hamble- 1002- 1003
tonian winner. Hayes operated
the top money-winning stable V4041 Fco Boyd Ave
for the last two years. Col6n R. P

Philadelphia and Indianapolis
of the National Basketball Asso-
ciation have swung a straight
player deal. Don Lofgran, a six-
six center from Oakland, Cali-
fornia. goes to Philadelphia. He
led San Francisco to the Nation-
al Invitation title in 1948-49. In-
AlanapoUs gets Mel Payton, a
former Tulane star.

Inspected by the
Health Department.

B A L B A Corneld WILDE g Mauren 0'HARA
T-c"m edsi "SONS of the MUSKETEERS"
4:35 6:15 8:1 iTechnicolor) Satumday "Lovely To Look At"
6. 1 S11 : THE MAGIC CARPET" (Color)
C 0 C 0 L I Richard BOBER 0 Barry KELLY
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PEDRO MIGUEL ..Virin a MAYO^ Ronald 'RAGA"
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lit Race "D" Native 6' Fpp.
Purse: $300.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1 White Fleet L. Martinez 108x
2 Golden Bound J. Bravo 120
3 Rio Mar 0. Cruz 120
4 Tuira R. Guerra 10kx
5 Taponazo E. Darlo 110
6 Calongo B. Pulido 112
7 Don Pitin A. Vasquez 120
8 Diana V. Castillo 112
2nd Race "E" Native 41.i Fps.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
I Marilu 0. Bravo 112
2 Bliagual E. Ortega 103x
3 Tin Tan G0. Cruz 120
4 Domino i G. Ramos 104x
5 Pregonero G. Graell 112
6 Proton, R. Gomez 110
7 Valaria B. Pulldo 112

3rd Race "G" Native 4' FFgs.
Purse: $250.00 Pool closes: 1:45
1 Consentida L. Martinez 106x
2 Piscina Ilelas 110
3 Biscaya B. Pulido 112
4 Yoslpongo A. Vasquez 108
5 Pensador E. Darlo 110
6 Don Mario V. CastUlo 112

4th Race "F-I" Native Mile
Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
1 Sun's Moon B. Pulido 112
2 Piropo 0. Moran 106x
3 Duque R. Guerra llOx
4 Miranda A. Vasquez 120
5 Romantlco V. Castillo 110
6 Frito A. Ubidia 117
7 Golden Babe E. Campbell 117x
8 Don Joaquin A. Vergara 112x
5th Race "D" Imported 6, FPg.
Purse: 5.00.00 Pool closes: 3:55
1 Roadmaster J. Bravo 120
2 Beduino B. Moreno 111
3 Rosario ) G. Oraell 115
4 Alabardat B. Pulido 114
5 Grisu 0. Bravo 112

Uih aCC aei-l Imported 6 s rgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1 Ventre a Terre A. Ubidia 101
2 Bartolo 0. Graell 115
3 Uncle James O. Castillo 115
4 Cradle Song J. Bravo 115
5 Rinty V. Castlllo 115
6 La Chata A. Vergara 109x
7 Curaca A. Enrique 106x
8 Baby Rol K.Flores 109
9 Reveal B. Pulido 115
7th Race "I-2" mportd1 7 Fp.
Purse: M Ia&. doe@: 4:05
Second I bM.'e .'e, *-Dbles
1 El Rad&a C. Rol 115
2 Laconleo A. Ooronado 112x
3 Bendlgo J. Bravo 115
4 Breeze Bound 0. Graell 115
5 Nehuinco E. Julian 115

Ith Race "1-4" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: 375.00 Pool closes: 4:40
1 Forzado K. Flores 120
2 Pincelazo) M. Hurley 120
3 The B. RoadI) V.Castllo 120
4 Nljlnaky E. AlfaO o 117x
5 Mon Itolle J. Bravo 120
6 Jepperin J. Baeza Jr. 114
7 Bun Cheer A. Vasques 120
8 Levadura B. Puldo 116
9 Cobrador E. Coycho 117x
10 Alejandro C. Lino 120

9th Rme. "1-2" Imported 7 Ffs.
Parse: 375.00 Pool closes: 5:15
SAlto Alegre K. Flores 120
1 ,au' B. PulIdo 112
3 Danescourt 1. Vasquez 112
4 Rina Rat V. Castillo 117
5 Dora's Time 0. Castillo 115
6 Espartano 0. Crul 120

""' lpi,?" Imported 6% f,.
Phm: $MUM Pool close: 8;41
i uomnOmor C. Ino -112
2 Golden Time) B. Pulido 118
a Daywwd) 0. Castllo 1320

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C. Ruis 115

llth Rae "F-S"Native 4' A Ps.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes:...
1 Tap Lady E. Silver 114
2 Dixiana V. Castillo 114
3 La Negra 0. Bravo 11.2
4 Danublo) M. Hurley 120
5 Avivato) B. Puldo 116
6 Juan Huincho J. Bravo 115

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An-Idthalan ..,irtat.aeft
The Standings;
Won LMt Sth
Naval Station ... ..1 0 U0
Ma urO .. .. .. ..I 0 1
370T .. .. 1 i 1 J
VP-45 .. .. ...... 1 0 1.
Powells ........ 0
8gecal Troops .... 0
65th AAA .. .. ..0 0
Chesterfield .. .. .. o0 1
Fasron .. .. .. .0 1
Gibraltar .. .. .... 0 1
T70h AAA .. .. .. 0 1 .000
Weaeu1ndy Night's REwhi
VP-45 9, C'heserfield
370th A8SR 94, Ofbraltotf tW
Tonight's Games
Maduro vs. 85th AAA.
Powells vs. Special Troolp
The 370th AR and
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Cteatu at New Ietk (<)
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St. Loais at Brooklyn (N).
Pittsburgh 010 100 110-4 9 1
New York 110 020 10x--5 8
Pollet (6-16) apd Garagiola.
Maglie t16-6), Lanier, Wilhelm
and Yvars.
Chicago 01 7-eJ)0711 15 2
Brooklyn 000 080 0B0-7 7 4
Rush t15-12), Hafker and At-
Loes (13-8), Wade, King,
Moore, Landrum, Branea and
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St. Louis 010100000-2 9 0
Philadelphia 300 000 Oxr-3 10 1
Chambers (4-5), Presko, Yuhas
and Rice, Fusselman.
Roberts i24-7) and Lopata.
No other game scheduled.

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eked out a close 94 to 92 victory
over Gibraltar in a game that
L could have gone either way right
on down to the final three sec-
onds of play. The loss eliminated
Gibraltar and placed the 370th
among the favorites to cop the
invitational tourney.
In the opening even tot the
night VP-45 overthrew the Ches-
terfield five by a 93-65 'count.
The Navy boys from VP-45 were
the masters of the situation
throughout the contest, leading
at half time by a 40-28 score. Led
by Don Hefner, who scored 27
points. VP-45 wound up easy
winners .Jody Roberson
hot for the losers, accounting1
for 20 of the losing* tallies.
The feature game set a record
for the points scored by two
teams in one gpe .when t.he
3Oth won out 04-49. The Gibial-
tar quintet maneted to maal-
tain a slim mare over 370th
throughout the f1i1t three luar-
ters of play, leading 26 to 22 in
the first quarter, and upping
that advantage by half time to
a seven-point margin, 50 to 43.
The two Smith's. Harry and
George, shared high-point hon-
ors for 370th with 20 and 28 re-
epectively. For Gibraltar, Tito
Celals more than did his share
wtth a big 36.
Tonight's opening game will be
one of the semi-final events as
Maduro's. winners In the first
ame of the tournament, take on
e 65th AAA from Fort Clayton.
In the nightcap, a strong Po-
wells five will take the floor a-
gainst Special Troops. Maduro's
have already established them-
selves as dangerous contenders,
when Johnny Litwack, Helbrook.
and Bob Gison all hit double
numbers Monday night. scoring
18, 12 and 11 points respectively.
The box scores:
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Merritt .... .10 0 20
Haeftnet .. .... 11 5 27
Hurling ........ 1 0 2
Bokinski .. .. ...6 0 12
Hughes .... .. .. .. 1 1 3 ]
Regan ..... .. .. .. 4 1 9
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BOSTON, Sept. 12 (UP)-

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which apparently was sabotaged
shakedown cruise.
,A lieged $7000 Tax D
Security measures at the
Boston Navy Yard were in-
creased after the revelation I*
that metal dhlp, wretked the 11P
2,IM-ton vessel's reduction 0
gears after de-mothbalning NeW nd op Rev enuef OtfI
and an extenwSve overhaul. .' -
to World War II NEW YORK. Sept. 12 (UP) 'to find "ae way" to drop others testified that Bh The Kg
veDsse ase be about '$300,- Dan'.?l A. Bolich, former second $7,000,000 jat lien against Hyma live. fr 19 months In a Inquiry intO
vessel w gears wrecked by highest official in the Internal Harvey lot, Bajtimore liqur wday Wahirnton hotel s tna. d fairs was d
000 since the gears wrecked by Revenue Bureau. was Indicted dealer, and a *415,000 tax east fA5t r Orunewald at ...-, e Bollch
the steel chipswerthe driving yesterday on charges of evading against, gat4 ullo Modes, IRnc,.., 1 ; the mystery man' tx to the id1i
force be"- n the ship's engines payment of income taxes. e .k were beingnes
and propellers. paymentofNew res making a were being invei
Adm, John L. McCrea, corn- sA Federal trendh Jury ,m t -B *A.n l f
mam oant of the First Naval Dis- Berklyu harmed the 5-year- m oe
trict said the damage was old former assistant som s- "
covered about a month ago and sioner In the tax bureau doft-
that intelligence oticers were ed $7,444 In income tax pay-
still investigating the case. ments from 1946 to 1950.
It was said, however, that the Bolch was No 2 man n the t
damage was nearly repaired and tax bureau in Washington from
that the ship would be ready to 1948 to 1951. LO, 012 (UP)
sail on a shakedown in about a 6 He was the first to be Indicted The I n dik. oftla
sweek. on a among three top revenue bureau dinavia by k.
Another naval source, who offi reals being investigated by eratc Army"
asked his name be withheld, the grand jury. off NATO ly fLa
said investigators were proceed- The others under investigation from the to 'i
ing on the theory or sabotage are Joseph D. Nunan Jr.. former set the stage
but added that it Was still a internal revenue commissioner, Mainbrace," the 14
matter of speculation. and James P. E. Olsen. former m-aneuver in N-11
.t was possible that the chief of the Dureau's alcohol tax "Yellow"
Lhips might have fallen into unit in Brooklyn. after 'the Rulan
the S ears aeidentally and re- Norwegian tre baf 0
mauako l noticed until the The jury has been studying War e's e matusd Se. 13ll h .. B.
oagines were started, he said. testiniony taken by a special -showered m witha 1
'Wt's one of these situations to house smbeommittee headed by allng on them to eat U.
vWhich we may never have an Demosdatie ep.'iCpIl I. Kin mating "the most powser4i Peo- *~e fl
answer Just as if a wrench or of California which showed pole's DepWratic the .-th 1
some tool happened to fall that from 1945 to 1950 the World movf g t t6e
among the gears by accident." thrie hal almost $M,00 In lights of all workers, peasnts Ofte t ftwu the
he said. Income which they did not re- and fishermen in thNe world." 'oa s i Ai
The FBI was silent on the cesa port on thelt tax vetinms. T 1 OR T1M I NDS leads eolor as the hula girl The mock attack on Nokway'
and would not even acknow- If convicted of the grand jury frroa. 4k variety show. "'oek Alive,"swing and way as at began four days ago.
ledge that It was .in on the in- charges, Bolich could be fined a tr bmak*round Left to fight: Mrs. Tony Paus, Mrs. Al ce Jt prespposes that Norway-
vestigation. $10,000 and sentenced to five Alvarado, Mrs. 'is"1" o;r psn, Mrs. Joan Langlier, Mrs. Jean has oialled on ln. Matthew. a ..
However, it was learned that years in jail or both on each of Turbyfill, Mrs. Bert.DJieth and UN. Farida Leeds. jTdgway's headquartesrl
agents were at work from per- the five counts in the indictment. i nP aris for h fr.
sons questioned. It charges that he reported day fl r eight
The Prtchett was pt in taxable Income of $54,771.18 for V '-
mothballs after World War II 1N46 through 1950 and paid taxes 7K" i s er ata
service in the Pacific in which of $6,83X. ,Varie t S oW 'L o A fi Te I blue" attoreks:
Its crew won a presidential cita- The grand jury charged he OIweeaught bt in thie
tion for action In the battle of should have reported *88,314.27 in Hi e* *iir Fotrcer aFu rie
Okinawa. It wasu recommissioned taxable Income andaid 314,32.- ikes A rForce Fund, t ve b a wh "s d
more than a year ago. 41 in taxes, or $7,444.4 more Fe t z e mtr
S -than he did pay. --ov- the'Sir,
ra dstnd Fire h ouldnot be reached at Wth l y to the a hbevy of cowgrls in full re rthen fl N A f i s
G ra taid Fire his summer homeInSprftR Lake. ,0oo0, AirhForce&Aid oflety ailg i,2 boru
Scores 5,O() N.J.. but a daughter sid that IfTan O'rve %mnch '%as been in- Uls Yamqel ales ITf Ae operatua e the
her father were avalb, "thereder way for .Me past several set g With rea- reat thing, word would have
would be fo r moment." weeks at Uarlooe.. Air Com- UMof i hg ou a ,&d beep. flahed to ,RI
At Water Show Witnesses before the I* fact' Ute .dO
committee testified that hd mand -eaquarra, Abroo g w e U m. Lyndg
n c a tewd tha w ir orce bahe, winds up Its he 4M o ste pis readited. Satm e AUantic 13suaghr -
ud lh. Sedprmt. 12 UP-- had spent ,000 more than he campaign tonignt with theA inaln eTxec&d. h adsoem, hba0 am .: ,eitO a,- M I
end Cfm state fairr ofrmno h ro 8off4 "- tack enUr *l6
Kentuoky tae fair offlas be- ear as a tex'offltl from 194 performance o the variety r nDoris V blon opens the Toy-o eo t d.
gBan an investigation today of a to 1950. lVI =ive."es 4 ofee with Victor Heriert'sse
tetgrand.s.dstand fire which nearly The grn jury that indicted -isetmated that ,the three Toyland as ,th dolls ALJOA1In S
panicked some 5.000 aqua show him had question Henry "The paormances o Look Alive wfil: fixed pot come includes
speetatore yesterday oint Dtitehman Grunewald, shadowy ad a loher l 1,20 to the so- :dJoin the Iyr wooden Saturday, Sept. 13 s u c h o
TheO blanse.breavout toe Wlshfton mystery man lnvoh- oteby aund. for an lntertattlg toy- ED 4lW navi t .
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