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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00140
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S'o a vaNc IBy3 ,0 oO
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S M A The C6mmunlst underground
I 0 X ..1:.-e has just been ordered by
Mocow to three its sabotage
':tie Mailt 6nol t i ft i r #e 1 peima Af W machine into hig gear.
'as, t. a..a pe lived wesn fun ll W m w ti iI whna hdl b'i does' mean plants will
t~t : eis.. blew sky "high in a hundred
we, plkub G a i k dot n ,'t be .lPM II t doesst ap, (Me clues. It does mean that the
-sj uh a It" k*h0 nis lMiete4m ib ishth- have been told to t tough -
FIeni M.le& I ls. iAhe l. mid e s. -I-* *st a r t riots, demonstrations,
Ihfii t k ais m i aid in0410 MI .
T-I* iiB i I I P w j hq 1 11110 no1y u bRe rcti110 *yand free-
l .l.aktal~iium ji&t *"" -* ct ng Un~lo n drives by
Sthe Soviet's own labor coalition
aIf fI in the U. S.
S. This is, therecre, warning of
Decisions to coift opt of the 'recetit Board eetings p, a things to come.
fI : .. .. .It will mean alowdowns and
""No drastic ctres are in the off for P.aan; sbc ,rge, which even now thq
Canal Vemwiany-&oeynme.t emplaoye*t" office of Naval Intelligence
Means that you are refsonazly safe this month but look out (ONi) and the FBI and the FBI
P about twvo montha from now when tke t purpose of the are probing.
Bard' i t In li ect. To the comm oter on the
o t rh ess aff. thelt 5:15 who rideshmeeach day
-ezu that It will be o.k. for you to rligh hdow, and no ob- for an eve ih thee wfe
ectLons to re*emiR lnt will be placed file. and i"ds b" bbTV u I
"orwt e n aN o reduction iA t other than all this May imrueh k
thote 4o aeeealW t pr t ocmedmr. .J oleak-ea d-taggr staff he
W"eiu that thev don't want too man oTf *he skilled U. 18. catokes on hi television
'ettisala toleave at the same time. After all tie Canal does ha.e broader. But there Is eol-
o .'you k rI dance iat this is only part
to"1 ia /see boat fares will not 4s "eieased for of a aeaHltlo gtlm, world
7 mple ?ye." front. We have, for example,
The.lmata Line la already getting their pound of flesh. the testimony before British
h as bheen n talk of any lao of the 25 per Intellgenee offers of Doug-
at iWffenmatL". las Hyde, fomr eediter of the
CWhy thld *te any loss as evryot knows that the London bDaly Wo rer.
0o3 :are 6 aide low to take care 4'Mii little matter. Hyde split with the British
Jobs here are ad one to two grades lower than they are in 'communist Party and revealed
the States for they same elass of work. t to Intelligence that the actual
omaUssary res will not to Up, but on the con- editor of the Ldndon Daily
,wt, moderate oUlikes In pries are ftoten." Work6r sat in a special bureau
OWeJust had an W example of that. Egg t up one cent a In Moscow.
de'y -they i. a dos. Then tlna sudden drop Hyde would receive Instruc-
to io y had a ltrerase in price otf .,_VL sharp. The tions four or five times dally,
,saw a., a meta rot.e afor55 .d_ .e directly ilom Moscow, by ahort
wu~ *111 bet amoaert m ie IreInt rates wave radio.
o e,.P& 8, .ate .ter.o.. Even ,hen there was a double
e. e wast etltp wi go up anywhere from 10 to 50 per- check by those 'et lovers of
centedatohn on e type of hou s b, efne huian soul. A soviet em-
VO e aed for local rite r"t 4ho should be jay emissary would check and
Why i one have the g its to out and tellDa ...aly Workers
wht Is gob* happen and hide be double talk. boin .o the Daily er
Si t .We hla taken everythl:n _L have hand-not t ent e.bwhest Item c uld I
led -tae .t. Wre t tk.e.n... ar .... -ept. 2 hvehand-. I:.Pi -. r W. ,OuL whussean grace,
leave wasn't mentioned, so that means they came they came to de- e reported to the author
fine decision on that. les .
Newscaster. .ec is In Rome now helping to
uncb -r the u riiercover opera- H
LOVING AND LEAVING don I ...ching through Italy.
r:. e radio and e lae.-
4 certainly agree with B.L.P.C. (Mail Boa. Sept. 12) regard- stiu -Ong whfEi atod *0
In e America In the Canal ... true, hat by world iealy and mi o t0 a
to- date one of them. you prob. blv v.Il be hauled in for U.s as W i
1bdt do You stop to think on the reason why they the I Mi ~
YOU, ,which y w dbrg Mst
because now-a-d ys most of the O.I.'s down here can't ed mtyies inth'
And or th, I don'iblamne those glrl either.e a oe 1 geas IS R.
ot Wen American, but I sapek f e9 them and my- ~ sehbeMr Tiat wMl 1i% -
de U.4dP'te ,mn Olr r-lio feel as I do" po It u afte
i eX'R own hero may have sometng besides ice- ee o- BizfM oa a
but do you ametimet o to think, too, that eog. u '
-IN=hN- r thbk Sta eie be hdente-a-do- an a s r
UOsy to t and that they'll give you a goqd time when. they iept me s 5 O t S
to lL there are the "dlmb-a-dooMn" Rirle, there are al1o Dicak era k l, the A tep'
are decent, who, onc3 in a while meet one ql you sentaUve who las jUt 4wSWd t
l an s that you are one in a million. o* In To 'o, o(Dio's Job te Is
a -, f wa her that you love her so much want to marry t help the wa.thmmi t
hi& rpInmiMse her the itn, the moon anu the stars. But unns smash M o d
,y. 'Wror tree months alter. vou'drop 'her like &IL hot po- uor n.wors i wchIsa pro-
SI~ n'thard to reach as a star either, because she wants pan oa bront 6o r our tenmtie ye
ft E o_ frot cL.a). lo.iea aow..le you arei far away arom your o' b. i
Sti and nfrle nou aoi',ly after Dick arrived, the e
at -ssi me n to say that you should take advantages So8 .ova(Ie Ora1 o tubtelaomy.
.bd ift who's trying to be nce to be nice afthelpful to you guys. &ka&AL (ea Jan ), the Dailya d
Mt .-sa 's human too. d has feelings just asanone of or a: one-paged a
esr A reie b Ihmm b exy aLeui.ng: oe
.ot' e ~u yo-aIt o about hurting us girls down here In the "o back to America. oare
.t Iba ,,alihat I n good physical conaiolonr now. wI
'i, n tuhe Ita as a joke and thik it's fun that when r home While you are able." i
yai'5ft Jdvunw and leaving us, you spread the wonderful Tts was traced iniedlately
n sindmuid the La-rac: and h ving the res. of them ca us to hovit radio Instructions on-r
Up. ang fun et vs. .ryina to get a date too. How low ,can Da ng side Red Ohina. Mind n
" f you 7 uys stoop? ou, this was warning by .the
1 o write !;'e tills, because I have experienced it not too doM.cta that tiey'u injure an
rjN o. The hurt is jWl fresh, but I'm trying to forget. American citizen, the official
. i least I can say now, In that you guys better be caeMul reprieaaatlve ol our own pow-
% l".f tt about your "love 'e.m cd lem 'em" style. For one rxul AFL.
ms a yvou may b. the one that we Rlrt will be lag Now watch for rioos in Japan,
"I-ovem and to 'p's" sta on. too. That's the number on
,ae Veiske Of aperave. front .Moscow today.
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Great White Fleet


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NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Cristobal
S.S8. Chlrlqui. ................................ Sept. 31
S.S. Levers Bend............................... .Sept.
S.S. Chiriqui .......... ...................... Oct. 5
RmiHndln e Regerrted Chilled and (amenrl Car|o


Arrives
Cristobal


NEW YORK SERVICE


S.S. M etapan................................... Sept. 16
S.S. Veragua ................ ..................... Sept. 20
B.S. Cape Cod........................... .........Sept. 321
B.S. Parisminft ................................... Sept. 23
S.S. Cape Cumberland. ...........................Sept. 38
Prequeni freight sallingJ from Crist6bml ti
West roas Central American port


Passenger Sailings to
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Sals from
CHristobal


SCh riqui ........................ ...... Oct.23
.S. Ch i qui....... .... ...... ............. .. .... Oct. 7
Weekly S on Twelve Passenser Ship to Nw eork Mobile.
Chmrleton. Lee Angeles. San Franemeo mad selta
SPECIAL NOTICE
We wish to announce a new speeail re nd trip rate of
2780 itor p*joare on our twelve pal2ipf .hp s ailing
Weekly f-mmn boa to Los Angeles frjtm Franclaco,
returning from Los Angeles. ticket ttadted to four
months. effective September 15th to May 15th.


TELEPHONMs:


CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20




Shipping & -AirLiae News


TACA Flies Native Foo"
To New Orleans For
Central American Annalversary
Division managers of TACA In-
ternational Airlines in Gdlatema-
1a, El Salvador, Honduras, Nica-
ragua and Costa Rica yesterday
morning put aboard a north-
bound TACA packages of famous
nIative hors d'oeuvres.
On arrival In New Orltras,-tlh
packages were rushed from Mi-
sant International Airport 'to
the St. Charles Hotel where.
TACA was the host at a recep-
tion celebrating the 1S1st anni-
versary of th Independence of
those nations.


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linking them with the great ter-
minal efti a of Mexico and New
Orleans.
Cargo ot Lumber, Horses
ArMved Yesterday
Cargo on the P. and T. Fores-
t.fr when it arrived In Balboa yes-
terday included 13 race horses
and 250,000 board feet of lumber
consigned to Panamanian firms.
The race horses, which will be
resold here. are consigned to the
Compania Hipica Nacional which
yuns the Juan Franco race track.
They were bought by Alberto
"Negro Arias," local sportsman in


Native sefioritas in,-.OWtume California. The lumber will go to
I made the presentation 'to the local business firms.
consuls generals of the various
.Iuntries. who introduced the W. Andrews anrd Company are
Sfye*tlf rOftlhair aPMtries. local agents for the ship.
0 ei0a t t Me reception were
*fletw4P sul general of Panama, Peruvian Decorated With
A. de la Guardia. his wife and Vasco Nufite de Balboa Order
staff, consul general of Mlexico. In Panama For Visit
'taiyor and Mrs. deLesweps B. A prominent Peruvian. Ricardo
.Morrison and other New Orleans Bentin Mujica arrived in Pana-
elty officials, representatives of ma yesterday on the 8.8. Santa
the travel agencies and their Isabel which is en route to the
"m at ,, inenttal House, Unl- Unrted States. '.
P l a rnrvices and lo- .
JEmW.A 1B9tln Mujlesa-Wald.-
O. o .,.fecutive vee- co ated with Ue M -C l'rft oo0
t of CTEA'International 1Nuftez de. Balboa 1t Lima when
i salut.'the nations esle- I President-elect Jose Antonio Re-
a the ~4t anniversary of i mon visited there.
indep eltience and said:
AOA Iiternational Airlnes He is accompanied by'his wife,
$"4d 'edua-,t to serve the cap- Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Diaz Utano
i thSedAve great countries .and hiaxlece, Miss ROnita entin.


BARBER LINI

Accepting pVassengtrs tr
LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCISC
by the NorWegIn

M. V."'TAI SHAN"
Sailing Septluiber 18h.
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M.V. "SAMANCO"..................................0t.
MI.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"....................t. OL .0
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HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA, CORUNA
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
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TO UNITED KINObOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY".............................Sept. 0
8.s. "KENUTA"................................. Oct. 1
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LIf
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DALERDYK".............. ..............Oct. 4
S.S. "LOCH GARTH"...............................Oct. 8
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M.V. "DONGRDY .K".............................. Sept.
S.S. "LOCH RYAN"........................... ....O. t. 1
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#4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2391 andl

Morrison's
iounrh of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Saoao de Belle Americano
*& West 13th Street


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Carlto OraO Str.
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Aglecia latermcwinal de PiHcaciones Propagands LA. j f f
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FOR SALE


uuService P onne A tand,', iiu,
FOR SALE:-8 ft. allporcelain Fi.- service Peronnel and CIllen
gidaire, 25 cycle. $100. R 13-B Goverment Emploeee
Rouiseau, Navy 34-45 Insist an
_. _C E p-- o--I. Ie Government Enployen Finonce CQ1
OR LE. Simmons uphol. termed Whe you finance new
set, couch converts into double a ed car.
bed. Dinette set, mahogany and AGINCY VNHLIN6I
bamboo tables. Good condition. N 4 Asi e Re
reasonable. No 18, 50th St. I ene -44M 1-49111
FOR SALE:-Blonde mahogany bed-, FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
room 'set, made in States. Tele- & commercial at Agenciedas Cosmos.
phone Panama 3-4260. on Automobile Row No. 29. tele-
FOR SALE:--General Electric B Tube phone Panama 2-4721.
long and short wave radio. Excel- BARGAIN! Owner going to the
ln condition. $5000. 15-B States. Chrysler Newyorker 1949,
Prdo. Balboa I A-1 cwldition, leather upholstery,
Radio. low mileage Any reason-
FOR SALE- Luxurious diningroo i able offer. Auto Omphroy
set. Bookcase and bedroom set.
No 3, 471h Street Apt 6. Pan. F SALE-.-1938 Packard Coupe
oma___-. $125.00. House 33. 5th. St. New
FOR SALE -Frigidaire refrigerator 8 Cristobal. Phone 3-2596.
cu ft Excellent condition Trans- SALE:-1950 Ponc 4-door
pories Baxter. next to El Rancho FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac 4-door
pore BSedan. Silver Streak 8. Hydramo-
tic drive, new tires, very little mi-
W ANTED league. Car perfect condition. Sale
WANTCD for $1.600.00 finance available.
Miellaneou Call Cristobal 3-1571 between 11
M__ e _aneo_ _oa m. 2 p. m.I
WANTED:-Americon couple. No. FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet Club
children Need vacation quarters Coupe, like new. $1.195.00; 1947
Otb. r 1 nth A Box 666f Fnrt Clanvy- d. a Je..-- o- L ... ri-


ton
6 American family wishes to rent three
t,. bedroom house in residential sec-
tion. preference Bella Vista. Tel.
2-2798.
r. American Representative is interest-
ed in office space. Who is inter-
ested to share his office and ex-
pense.' Caol 2-2798

Sadie E. Springer
S Back With CZ

Schools Division


Miss Sadie E. Springer, Canal
Zor- school teacher, completed'
her slud',s in the United. StatesI
and ehas returned to te Isth-i
mtis to continue employmentI
wtth. ;e Canpl Zone Division ofl
Shoal She holds a master's de-
gree In Pine Arts and Arts Edu-
cation from New York Universl-
ty. after earning a degree In ele-I
arentlrv education from Connee-


Kaiser jdan, like nerw. gooU coI-
dition. $595.00; 1949 Packard
Sedan, perfect mechanical condi-
tion. $895.00.
EISENMAN USED CARS
Peru Ave. No 8. Tel. 2-4516.

FOR SALE:-1942 International a4
ton Pick-up, duty paid, 2 new
tires. Mason, house 533-A Red
Tank
FOR SALE -1942 Chevrolet Dump
Truck, I '2 ton. Good condition.
$625.00. Can be seen from 7 to
12 noon to "Constructora Tropi-
cal." Tel 3-0226.


FOR SALE'-- 1951 Ford Victoria, low
mileage, new condition. Phone of-
fice 83-6103._

FOR SALE:-Buick Radio, $2500
New Cristobal 103-C, phone 3-
2790.

WANTED
Autnmnobiles


--.ut 'r-ciera' Cqee I-A
lut ITeachers' Cqlege. WANTED TO BUY 5 AUTOMOBILES
Born in La Boca, Canal Zone., CASH
Miss Springer was educated In -Oly Plymouth, Dodge. Cbevealet.
the Canal Zone schools and is a 1949 on. Net duey paid. 4 deem.
grate of the La Boca Normal Will see them 4:00 to 6:00 p. m.
8cheo. pfr a while she taught Hetel Colon, Telephone 2-0770 Pern-
with the schools division and amea. Alvear Fensee.
took leave of ab nce to pursue
higher studies In the United *P
States. O'anted Position
She is the fourth daughter of Secretary with knowledge of book-
Mr. and Mrs. B. Springer of La keeping, English Spanish Steno-
BoIs and a niece of George W. graphy. wishes position. Telephone
Wentdrman of Panama City. 3-3723, Panami.


BUICKS


CHEVROLETS

DIRECT SHIPMENT PRICES
TO THE CANAL ZONE

WE WILL GUARANTEE THESE PRICES
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY


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oe ye have a dridkig- pieMe
Write Akeele Ae veusmm. See
203, Aen". C. 2.
THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
AND ONLY $45!
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PAN-
AMA CANAL, to COLON, SAN
BLAS, and PUERTO BELLOI
Last, two tours of the year -
Sept. 19-20-21. Oct. 3-4-5
ISponsored by Hotel El Panama)
"Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Balboa.
Friday 6 a. m.
Arrives Colon (Strangers Clubi 2:30
p. m.
Leaves Colon 9:30 p. m. for San
Boias and
Puerto Bello, returning Colon Sun-
day afternoon.
Leaves Strangers Club. Colon Mon-
day 6 a. m.
Through Canal to Balboo.
Balboa to San Bias, return to Colon
$45.00.
From Colon to San Bias and return
$40 00.
Thru Canal only either wayl $10.-
00. Meals catered by Hotel El Pan-
ama. Bring slacks, shorts, bathing
suit, (flippers and spears for under-
water fishing), light jacket or sweat-
er, and DON'T FORGET YOUR CA-
MERA AND ROLLS OF COLOR
FILM.
Please make reservations early
through your Travel Agent, or
phone Jungle Mrm at Panama 3-
1660.


NEW LOW FARES .... SCHEDULE
SERVICE one way TO MIAMI...
S 7.00.. NEW YORK..$110.00
GUAYAQUIL.. $75.00.. QUITO
.586.00. Via AREA.... "The
Route of the Good Neighbor" -
BOEING 4-engine planes-ROUND
TRIP TO..MIAMI.. $120.60
--NEW YORK..5$202.30.. GUA-
YAQUIL $135.00..QUITO ....
$154.80. For more details see -
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE..
Opposite Ancon Busstop.. Tele-.
phone.. 2-1655.
Have your bomboo furniture repair-
ed & refinished at Jimmy, opposite
the Balboa Garden. No. 22, Tel. 2-
5206. Panama.
EXCURSION BUSES for special trips
to any part of the country. The
safest and most luxurious! CalJ
Panama 2-2064.
DR WENDEHAKE, Medical Clinic,
Estudiante Street No. 140 between
"J" and "K' Street. Phone 2-3479.

FOR SALE

Increase your Bewling Wares. Special
reduced price on Brunswick tri-
color minerolite bowling bells ladles
and men, $27.50 each. 80% of
all grips aevilable. Phone, for
measuring appointment. Universal
Export Corp. Panama 2-0834, Co-
lon 362. 2-0835.
FOR SALE:-26 inch boys end girls
bicycles. Lionel electric train.
Mahogany drop leaf table. Baothi-
nette. Telephone 2-3775. Balboa.




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EW YOMS, Sept. i6 mP) -
JAn A. 'aiNtuaeala, Praident
of the P nb Newament ni-
lanm w bi t1he X t of the
O PeItem Pru uVUb today at a
luncheon d Ga which he wll
resent a adcf sent by Pansmm
newsmen to ,04 r New York col-
league.
During as Interview publish-
ed 'n La Prmam Cajar Eala
maid. "I siaoerely believe that re-
tona between Pamanl and the
U.sA wiU become notiem bly bet-
ter throultb the lInterhange of
newsmen.
"1 believe that the US. well
IntentIoned toward latIn Amer-
lica, but there i need tor a pro-
found knowledge of the -b.
Mm that beust mama ahe
pon which Is the nataft m-
ainc1 .


"That's why a program of in-
tensve Interchnge of ww.
between latin Anma -MG OS
-o a
Werk Sat. Id for MWA.

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RSORTS%


Houses on ACH t at
Phone Mpt&t L B


Grarnlch Santa Clar fl
cottages Electric Ice
stoves. moderate rates.
6-441 Gambeo. 4-567
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INJOT COOL weather in N
Camp0i.. Water, tGas

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottage.
only court in Santa Clafoe I
Ocenvlew from all cotot: =
to bech. Rock Goa, refrl l
bocugi and Shuffe bod ML
*nm 3.1877. Morgarito a I%
Box No. 435 Balboo.
Casino Santa Clara. Dance musltc t
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary, Saturday and Sunddy.
-Faster's cottages, completely furnish
ad. Half a mile beyond Santa Cle-
ra. For Information visit or phorft
D ogmar. Tivoli Avenue No, 6. t.
0170, Panema.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALMAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished end,
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
1386.
Option to apartment, must buy fur-
niture. $500. Residential sector.
For information telephone Pdh-
arma 2.1347.


FOR RENT: Beautifully situated,
two bedroom apartment, l -rfw-
diningroom. maids quarters, gar-
age, to tenant willing to buy the
furniture. Call 3-3319 between
8 and 9 a. m.


RadbioPrograms
Your Community Statios

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Today. Tuesday, Sept. 1
P.M.
3t30-Muse for Totueidgy.
4:00-FPAf AND AWSOB I
(Faith Poster)
4:30-Wbota Your Favflite
#ee01 )
6:00-LINDA'S FIRST ALOV-
CIa. Alfar, 8A.
8: 1B'a4ouh of the Border
6:S36-awai calls
8:4-Lowell Thoma
7 00-Ray's A. Laugh (tCf
7:30-LUE RIBBON WORTS
7:45-Jam Session
8:00-Sing Crosby Show
8:30-4rtake Masters Enter-
8:465-U. Cominentary
9:0---a1ha Raent ,
9:3 =-u Playhoue (YVA)
10:00-m- (l p lu~c
10:15--.' Interlude
10:30-1SBandbox (WBC)
11:00-TtEWI's Nest
|lW-igt--1n Off
TomonuiesWiedieday, Begt. II
A.M.
8: 00-Am Cleck Club
8: 19-M ll arleties

S9: 5-,0e "A4 Get It
9:30-Am l.uee It
10:00-New
10:05-Ott be Record
11:00-New" -
11:05-Off te Reord (Contd)
11:30-Meet the and
12:00-News
P.M.
12:05-LuZcheOn Music
12:30-P-optar Miuic
l:15-Pe1aty Parade
210B-Amerjt Journal (VOA)
2:I-fit l~lito Oape
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BASEBALL AMATEUR WORLD SERIES S .. .. --. .. 1..
THE STANDINGS Na.i Leogu. O The A.a...
GROUP "A" Sr .... .. 53 t to Coel -
New York ...... 87 5 e made Itt
Tea4s Won Lost Pct. Phladelpha 65G t a
Puerto Rico ...........o4 0 1.000ooo Chicao .7 S W-
-uba ............... 3 0 1.000 a. s.... . .s.. S^:. .52.93e .tbecat
NPcaragU aM .r! 1 .750 Pittsburgh ...... 4" 1 .2718' at the M 'offey, Herbgi l ant
N. arAgua . ........ 3 1 750Drg alta B
Mexico.. 2 3 .400 .. )AV's 1_^,.s I t
El Salvador ........ 2 .333 Chicagon otaw .rk e b --ofthe Zonn atI
Honduras . ......... 3 .000 Pittbu gh rookeIhyn ( N). oeao wth so ples
Aruba ............ 0P4 .000 st. T0 as ( ='-. ertican w t leaguer, o the re eart- ht .'t het
GO3 Beways .M composed of former Majo ati eas b1y the t
GROUP "B" AI LTBates. The
Cincinnati 100 010 300-5 1 I fi=. and Andf'ews the homer inthe un
Brooklyn 301 110 41x-11 13 &ed oIW-US1h-Willys team, of 870 to builm it un tegrad
Venezuela .......... 4 0 1.000 Podblelan (2-5). aiDer, Church, during 'te9, '50- a came
PANAMA .3 1 .750mith, Nuxhallad Landrinth. mosedof M In the Sc e e1 o
EPANAMA . . . .l. .. 9 3 1 .750 Esi e (13-6, Blackad N, 'nn Earl Besti itni forlthehyearsand ,
Dominican Rep. ...... 3 1 .750 Campanella. BW. lee2, knd after a very final to Mw drove,
Costa Rica ......... 1 3 .259 St. Louis 0 000 100-1 6 match, nt h took two points, fall. i fal t dayswto ha
Colombia .......... 1 3 .253 New York 000 00 20x-12 11 14YB first game was won f hiY. etiveldy.d 7- liOr in the 1 to
Brazle (12-5,1., Clark, Schmidt, s bagdty by the PAA Flyersw1=d ngelke did1aS OW Bood 1b^t~tt *Mt out th m11,
Guatemala. . .. 0 4 .000 Chambers and r irse. Vaimt Wle coveredtomfP dA Malee's: for Melandm Wa"h r Bl the r.e.
TODA Y'S GA MES ad VAne lann the f Inal frame to -ve Sears, while p a It CIO 61P
Cr-tMaglie-, andoWsr (8- 8 227. and Wilber tu rkey- .* 214 fora seliR S& hlto ml l^t
No other gamsa Scheduled. tfte the firat game vlor .eye a
Guatemala vs. Colombia (Afternoon) e end am ws8 for h5~ s h .w
Aruba vs. El Salvador (Night Am kaner : iSl he final frame rscor- ngt: -e h Is
Cbum Van Wle doubled, Flyersb...... won, t accou
Cuba vs. Puerto Rico (Night) TEAW.r W Lost ,t,, turkeyed to put d b*,iann 1i ~ uth* a.;
NewYork .. .. back into the game. Wie 27 1 .'t
HAVANA. Sept. 16 'UP,-Plav- of two errors by Eugenlo Hou- Cleveland .... .. e was not decided unr --17 2bra wo
lhg. spiritedly and slugclnq out radou. Chief a .. ..... .. '- p7 ball thrown by the sA 180 th .
14 hits, including four doubles The Dominicans used 16 play- Phlladelphia 75 7 ofea h team. Ad or 10 1 ..,-M
and a triple. Panama walloped ers in a vain attempt to win this Bo.ston..7.. ..'.. .7 7' 0 nd strue out, while.. i arewsi- m
the Dominican Republic 14-3 last game. Washington 7 .. 77 d r, giving the Flye t Totals 0 11 2 t With ait'
night to move into a tle with the The Inescore: St. oals ... 5, by tree Pins, 911 to o_....__f .k .t bit-
latter team for second place In Panama 000 430 322-14 14 4 Detroit ........ 4f 94 .3 53 e final ame, the NXthe t ..
Group "B" and virtually assured Dominican 012 000 000-3 6 3 _epthegme with ly 1 1
herself of a berth in the final C. Gonzales and R. Ramos, S. TODAY'8'LWE-S e' advantage stabd Ioaell& 14"
round of the double round robin McDonald (4). Phfladeeltia at Obiago 2 e rame and N ft U ~% lon 148 l i
amateur Baeeball World Series. L. Subzero, J. Oliv 4 R. As- (T-). he knock fig out a fie 81eM1 9
SA double by Winston Brown taco (5), M. Santana 70 and J Washington at Cle"land (Nm. e tnl 928,oa i Beat 177 192 1
m4hat cleaned the loaded bass In Roarigues, E. Marte 8 New Trk at Detloft. sh game alee
the third Ining started a four-I Boston at St. Lois (N). pint T't 915 90 '812
-run rally that was enough for a Venezuela and Puerto Rico to- Iteas t 'Ver 984 and 928
Panama victory. Panama added day headed the pack toward the TESTEA'S IF.ULTA orY--. a.enc .
;three more in the fifth inning. finals of the Amateur World Be- Boston 090 110 000-2 6 .2 Seymour Agencya
Brown again doubled in this ral- *ries as the Soricuas and a strong Ch lago 10i'0'0_,.f-4. 8 .2 A '." afd afterward, Cpert 1716 17E Ins
, ly, Oliver Hardy tripled in the Cuban teamlreparid to battle. Parnell (12-9)-and&larbHer ,I M blome. they 2ison 202 181 188 'e
Seventh when the Isthmians tal- The Venezuelans and Puerto itrtlew ,(4-3) and .Ldllr, wold Malee started Zeletes 141I8 14 .
.lied twice more. Ricans had the highest scores Johnson. I (L 4 .t lik p I u tit B
,Panama's leading batters were with four won and none lost but -e o w ilth lit in rthei ate C. .up t
:h1ardv and Brown. Hardy hid th? Cubans were close behind Wausington 0 0 0030-4 10 1 .~ ~' ind b ed t 87 in ii i me
"three hits. Includin- his t.'J1le. with three and zero. Detroit 000004001--5 12 3 .I 2gf rsfl t Totals M.... o
,'hile Brown drove in four runs Tihe local team plays the Borl- Shea, Forraie~es (1-2) and al gaIe, a ttshl seo u'wof h d fr s k
"with his two doubles, cuas tonight in what may be the Grasso, KluttU. ot the evjain which w ll bi.ea rs Ve3Sbt h fru
SCatplino Gonzale: turned in decisive test for top hOnors in. Marlowe. Newhouser (8-8) an( hlhold t Ws- 193 o 12 h16 rnt
a fine six-bitter. AU trge runs Group "A". Also scheduled to OGinsberg. 9 to cjme. a W- t red
seed aIsinst him were aun- play were Guatemala and Colom- bA, Pryor ld him snI- C O"1O
,, earned. Th" r-. tie r--..t bli. Aruba and rlI Salvador. NO other gmba scheduleWd. thiSt, Ii 107 )P_ Norr_ '. ,I .- "

.Teddy Davis, Percy Bassett P, U.. u ., "..,,.--

y Be Matched Here Soon Tad f
'Ing fta'I ,.n..-,e..0
The Enrique Martin Promot- Bammett, 'the sixth ranking 'ite OA beh e to0igt ope
thg Syndicate has anotunced 129-poender Ia the world, is a at Me PWGA e hr dsi wAC
.ht plans ate underway to mog a ou of on at the Fort Davi Golf Club d ee o sl
s n Teddy (Red Top) Davis now battlin for the durationn urday, Sept. 20 T.-Off tITef .t .~ Saturdaym a
an Percy Ba Sett for a ten- featherweiqht ehampiotnhip" 8:30 a.m. .l-ox"uey
.ound bout on the Irthmus late -on Interim tffle to be cofer. Intteredded sprtlek'are request- .knocked out8
In Octobesor early in Novem- red while bmpin Sandy ed to notify their dilub ohstrma L 'Wayotf" duelt" .1L0
ber. ISaddler Is In the Army. or PWOA representative of your I Aaint Wm
prrtrdjI l e by l urs-be w mee i o,1Idaagit
Davis. who has put on weight intention to hPari e.
This contest Is of pgreat In- qinee de Fating r Plummet in 4 sotheR Ft. cwtIDittee mo L I "..! mon" agaVt .. .
teret to local boxing fa es- the USA and here minpamuta, 3M11. make rrana CnUts 0, .In enagt
im alld if It is recalleir that now weiDs arond I arlune 0rL "W. ind
=, lxa holds two decisions over but would be willing 'tare twemti-ise."ile'ee sidnd t
Joemil featherweight Chamnion down to eten fo'the PrO aand f -
eterle Plummer while BaR- her e. a these monthly erA.- 'wse." Lop a ...
lett eked out a close vrdict Fina wl engamant will be a meetfg Of 1l l oeo tth heeeWaYs td,
bet month over "Ferdy" but velopnenfma .gmm o .;'I -.representatives trunae.e .ad iBu#
puo flummer in the hop itmI t e-tit boat zullie.ib~01following tile tormt t o"ar"t ha. f t SAMW"
wit' ...a broken jaw in the pro. on this pagle as sed a h eVforthen14" i h.,&"
.d WP uswd _ninan0011aCt Ni u*.' igmglolath' %o'rna1i PTY-
SAr olerong wThbeFacedinrways4 oMtWteeti-ageVIM- bras&mow'.
qThomas Day, 74. retired afte," :srpnter main md f
working 61 year. as a weaver at I FORT DAVIS01hr .o TeAL O"
the Mascoma Mill. he left his two. The winner of the '-do AIM-b itta ]Rafio. .'. .
Ions at the nlooms n to carry on the'W Tournament" last Thsee1Pt fk o o.wit .s. a
-family tradition. ',arba-a Austin (with ou n v 41MMI.. that an
-with three fives each). 24_It-f it
Ali D AIL This wcek's Ladles' Day Tour- b Ft.urda..d the
rr ftI r,,.,-w- r gaur yr ,, "rainst par tour eyi '


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