The Panama American

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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:
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.

Record Information

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00150

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THE MAIL BOX

The Mel w is an open feum fe reede*n of The Pene he Aier
L isLeU see m Ied g atefully and ae handled in a wholly defl
If 1 trab ft a letrd don't -e Im1 t H It doesn't a1eer th
Pl Hby f *thes letMeis Htmidtd o* ene page lngth..
laHlt Of leSler wMIse 0 held Ima frictest esMfld*ene.
Vhbk Mnewsper seumes o respemsibilty for statements epinlem
f ldla letters *rm Madmn.
Colon, R. P.
mr Sir;
This letter is an answer to the Mallboxerf who signed their
i" RAILROADE"S, AND THE CITIZEN. N
You are both really speaking from a selfish point of view
are abusing the freedom of the press, you should take time
t to read the Canal history from the purchasing of the rights
m the French, to the present moment.
Everyone knows the Canal was built with American brains
I American "money" but you failed to mention whose
drawn It is also a known fact that the Americans brought
lr own labor tor the digging of the Canal, but these "bowery
as" and skid row reoluses could not cope with the "stukkas"
kind of mosaultoi yellow fever, and other hardships such as
Inq paid 5 & 10 cents an hour, for risking life and limb. Then
e "brains" had no alternative, but to employ their taxpayerss
2oney" in bringing the hardy "Wet Indiana" to do a Job that
rains" and "Taxpayers" money alone could not perform.
Now, after these people have withstood the aforementioned
ardshiplon starvation wages. you have the audacity to wonder
by a grateful government should provide these "Aliens" with
uses, and schools, etc.
You also fall to realize, that these people are working on a
y-your-own-wav policy also. They get nothing free. Also,
e Government also provided the same things for you, even
ough you (while in Panama) are an alien. Furthermore, the
anamanlan Businessman, profit from them far more than you.
ey spend more and oftener. Especially in bus-fares and fur-
ture.
A serious study of this important step should really be
a, for there are many overhead jobs occupied by "dissatis-
aed Aliens" at 2 and three Dollars an hour that can be ade-
tely filled by other deserving aliens or Panamarnlans at 75c.
hour. Now, wouldn't this save the "tax-payers" a lot of
oney yearly?
We admit you have to pay taxes and they do not, but what
m earn, and can buy in one hour, they need ten to twelve of
lacor to equal.
Finally, if you are such a conscientious citizen instead of
utnding off in the MUail-Box, whv not do so on Bunker Hill,
ruth Korea.
An Oldtlmer.

THE GOVMINT SHORE DOES LIKE DEGREES
Box editor:
I see by the papers that the Schools Division has a new
D.. or MA. or something to run the Spanish section. That's
nice thing. I like edicatlon. Like to have some of It m'self.
-ver got mucn time though what with raisin hell anf seven
cg and don't cnow to this day which I enjoyed most. But
.n on em together sorta kept me busy and out of schools
ce I was oi.lln on tcn. Tht's when I started raisin hell.
e kid radlsa had to wait four years more w en pt I naMrri-
NO.w. Bet you that they sorts went together,
oWth Arkanas folks Ret married up sorta old, II'llkb
an and south Carolma and Georgia where folfk 'itt l0'%
te ral young. My old lady (sheas 22 now) always says, get
varied ybung and enjoy Ufe. That's what we done. She comet
m Missouri. Them folks is smart, two.
vhat I meant to say when I started this here letter was
It f that new Pt.D. should send his edicatlon bill to the
aster, he will be reimbursed. The Govmnint likes for his
plaes to get a lot of degrees like In the Masons. That's the
aon the Personnel Division sends up a bunch of their em-
4a every year to get degrees, free that is. Pay them ex-
les and travellin costs and wAges and getesa4 degrees by Ohe
sbeL Real nice and cozy end the boys come back well train-
! too. And rested. And that's nice. I like that. I like for
Ir hlgh type employes to be well trainee and full of degrees.
But maybe this here school teacher can't get his money
. Maybe you have to be personal man and not a school
to mRt free egreea in the States. I wish I could get me
ugree. lBut I don't think thed send me. I work in the Com-
el Division. Mindi Dairy. But 'im shore good with a
rSvel.m.
Sadelsd oans.


GET MARRIED
-Do we have to go through another year, like the last few
asO. reading the love silk artialu of the 3L 8. Ntes. About
% of the articles are whope toy friend i whose girl frJloei.
id the ROTC with their femis e hab -ona. like the camp fol-
mn of the Roman armies Ia medieval history. ZUnagle n
leer in Korea charginR up Heartbrekh Ridge with a blonde
me at his heels. Tnere fa a place for everything but it Ialt
1a military parade ground. If we're an Army, lot's be an
any. And be sure and get your .date early for the dance,
.. or you will have to go alone. What, at BB, with dames
ome a doAen? If the rest of the schools can have sensible
beol news. why can't we? Or let's borrow a reporter from a
Itan CQMege paper to write our school news.
I Said It.


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Comment
)o By Victor R1 61
NEW YORK: It was the sha-
dow of the lat Democratic pres-
idential candidate to lose a na-
tional election, Al Smith, the man
in the Brown Derby, which walk-
ed back into the Democratic Par-
ty for a moment backstge at the
. AFL convention. And 'it helped
. the candidate of today win cam-
ialgn u ort worth millions of
I labor dors and thobUands of
wlard workers across the land.
despite all reports that the
powerful AFL council would en-
Sdorse Gov. Stevenson, the most
influential memlter of all was for
political neutralism. He was the
silver-haired, trumpet Voiced
Dan Tobin, leader of the nation's
teamsters. Year after year he
* had klckled off Franklin Roose-
velt's campaigns. But he had
come to hate Truman and had
boomed Sen. Kefauver against
the Truman choice.
Until last Friday he :as a-
damant against AdIL Me was
against endatememt. iAd he
suoeeeede in stepptig ffimal
AFL backing. t would have
been interpreted s a repadia-
iMew by labor fa weau have
eebnterbaek&ce,4 en the Nix-
Bn story at "this Ilat.
It Is not unlikely that Dan
mirht have had his way. It was
Tobin who named the most re-
cent AFL vice presidents the
crusading Dave Dubinsky, Chica-
go's Republican Bill MoFetridge
and the ebullient Jimmie Petrillo
-who might not have fought
him to a finish. Had Tobin d-
cided to spearhead A neutralism
for labor In this campaign, he
would have also rallied around
him all the Republicans who are
now silent inside labor. Theft
would have been a bitter floor
fight.
Then someone clor. to Dan
Tobin reminded him that he had
no basis for a fight for labor
neutralism. It was an infuriated ac
and embattled younger Dan To- a0
bin who back In 1928 fought for e
Al Smith and tried futilely to get ton
the AFL to endorse the Demo- eo
crat. sti
After the week-end. Dan Tobin ide
led ell the rest. He escorted -Oov. m,
Stevenson through the wildly
cheering AFL delegates. It Was t^
obvious that their hearts be- th
onged to Adlal. Contrary to the eta
labor leaders' hill when Elsen- be;
hower came on, this time all the per
top echelon union leaders proved as
were labor men firt. The ted
l rin*d was amongst his poll- wh
tw frinMae. Jimmie Petrll
popnte4 to the candidate's new I
iaboes, th- old holey ones having an
been embalmed somewhere. The 0o1
executive council paraded up P'r
including the Republicans who ]
endorsed Gov. Dewy last tite. I
Oov. Stevenson's speech was as .
masterfully delivered a0 it was WI
put together. The eandididte-lati wit
It on the line. Under a Cdmocra- to
tic regime labor would be a fI* Al I
partner even more so than In too,
the past 0 years. The cheers
went up for "Steve" as he said: sid
"It will also be an Impomrtant ..
development in democracy .that
men and women will come Inl ni,
ever-lncreasing numbers from "te
your ranks to positions of IrAy re say
sponsibll Uy o erwnment." and
Thip s la wants a
the .OtL.ttf pt of
the:.' r.,. .)WWI
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NEW YORK.-Mharlie Ohalttlns a delightful !n the ancient "Kid." Chaplin huin
tor, they say, a reliable P an in his old .n"My. Coogan got fllm wi-fluned- i
e. and a man who hM contributed much to free-4pending relatives. ooai" i
e richness o$ our theatrical pet. They con- head and no dough today. Chal I
plate h ding him the bua's rush, now, but talentwise they are of a pVIO,-
Vm a land h6 hek lived In for '40 years with- had it once, but that was yes"
t condescending to become 4 citizen of it, 1
ice they have hadm on the high seas and can A couple of successful Thesplan lIm
ny him re-entrance as n unsavory character, Rene Coca and Bid Caesar au hM
oraly and politio.fll comedy, pathos and tender @r
I wonder that tely bother, after so long a mtdlium and a new audience As ofdCi
ne. His llegftl nate suit with )ome poor tirl dished out for the fliUckeflnt siteati
ey eventual huded out .,of Hollywood dough and they conduct their lives
imped him beauttuy as a lf-preening I- sidrly.nore grace. We are prone to
rtine and something of a ca His wartime over the old ones and enshrne them
rformance as a non-patriet a" hM constat remembered performance. Ch af
eoclatign With the violent .8 r;yr*blic fvor
hnically susceptible to ban. s" a
hy they bother. to sftOcd became it knookdWIN a
l6 le0~ ke R Adolf, hi mV a
We have put up wth this ll little posur pendets for a couple of h
d a great many of hs fora much nay.
able lifetime, on the stre of his l l But s tated out to be a detfe
'trayal of pantomimic trampet and It -e lit Unpii. 9nl.s .hy have fetmd
has net lot us a war not lend the in- tillSir the t h o-e W'oe oratfl h
Nm of CombitlaB bI" any npp.olable me.is. w.hic anfls..t t of the A-bOf
omay n buy his sw et esp als o )o- ay that r of him at this
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h lMated pm e he ever Tred friend Acb Me curtain.
mar, 1utteft to and, ud ens ,a
Wy, M h. h l is an He is tih, You whap him over the skull
, and we may as well keep a around. for now, w try and lengthy oedo-
tesm. That is what he Slid d.rlng the "r. nanB &_ M a gmt hurrah'at
m know, the last one which h dep led. re ano am the fore m .
d be was paing tate.s, 4nd thrt was btoegh. t t more fodder for distor-
thik. hat Mr. hafrek *Chaplin, the toof Once yoa aI 'Ian undemabe around too
me. ts a vey silly little man,. talea is long. you .en i "ate e g*p m hp ..I l
reotyped ana perpetaafd by a IeSn= w -gneh uvd we 'Lave 4 8 O: or Cal aae uch
r we .ot to love hlm b cause he $8 so spate in th Igt be a iat W the
wistful and can expct path wth scene. TR4 n-the 4aSame Sa tlntgl
luirk a 0 tRle Hitler mo e and a Robeson is part of. it, and that ady mibLus
nalg dtabat. In a=-ody eoe those scar our
ald have beee called burlesue, but we Littlh N as t ed to prand be fore
Ied to r.eve Chaplin and 0ohe lae is pi d the mirror p his naked phet hen he
rdIngly. felt an t of a iauae eaid g, on, Is't woar
is actuasl in the exact pVWlitfro In our thr of ,ttin us II ta an IpO ar. He Is a
e of Jackle Coogan, who helped i slont sill I "- Let I a sO


hope Iht mm'd oe
leaderne* wI MN e 6=6
serve th eioU abroa& "/ / !I 'Q
"We need ditsomt yho speak -
to people In t accents of the ,
people. Ambassador in overalls Ji AIso
can be the best alesmen of De-
mocracy." --
The cheers rattled the ROt.al WITH GOVMBWOR TaV W: Then, with t
Corn-'ore's elegant crystal Adal St bo rularly umor, thepi
i'c Alera. This ft what labor Dwight D. -ewer _fyte m al t Wf a
wants. platform, he tm hbsaly at wor. f porter o
It heaa more Of what set. TOlis ti U meluht w snd ohost seias s


wanted. It hell a speelfle
=pl, the klad whih Gen.
aOwNr's labor advisers
should have lffg hMa to make
--S iot by pOlWt WNYIPM, A
a"d C atd "th ac u fh Its
asoupilahtmeats.
That stevenson speech was
like a well ea.uted football play.
It pivoted zsmloow I, ,m trit
difetIons at the N' t tm. It
rised the unions tor their Siheh


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S IN HOLLYWOOD
BST SKINE .OHNSON
NEA 3Staff Correspondent
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*TWOOD. (NBA) Ex- Seven-Year Itch," story of a hus-
-: Dui ger. the band (Tom Ewell) Itching for
mall e to fur after Wm yeas ot mar-
thII of onei-Mrilyn
'The nude photograph starts all
Ma down my numbers was the trouble.
for him but when he
n on Marilyn's thought SHELLEY'S EAGER
I, t waa obvious the man
irobleos. Shelley W w Sha ping atf
e blushed and said: Ithe bit for acVitv during her
"I better think about Lassie or wait for the stork, may turn
senatorr Tobey or Margar.?t 0'- dramatic coach.
Stolen. There are censors in Hol-
lywood, you know "After all the fights I've had
George Pal's production of with U-I," she flashed it, "they're
'"Noudini," co-starring Tony Cur- asking me to teach a class in act.
and.ianet Leigh, is the reason Ing for their young contract
'or Dunninger's presence In Hol- players. I may do It-providing
-lywood. He'inl',.rited all of Hou- It's an all-male clars."
dini's effects, which he's loaned,
paramount. He& also techni- Shelley and hubby Vittorlo
ets dvisor on the film and will Gassman go to Rome in Novem-
p -himself -r for two months. He'll do
Harry Houdini's life-long, "Hamlet" on the stage. Boy or
pal what does Dunninger think "rI heljey says they'll name
'of ony Ourtis playing the mas- the offspring Shelley-"I'tn hop-
ter magician? i I don't have quints because
"' came to Hollywood with an if I do the studio is a cinch to
plen mind. I'd never met Tony. claim they're all under contract
Then I saw him perform. The boy to U-I."
has amazing digital dexterity. In .
five weeks he's more polished' Peggy Maley. the gorgeous
than the average amateur magi- blonde who clicked in "The Lady
eian with three years' expe- Says No." i saying "no" to hub-
by Ricky Rafeld's reconcllttion
SDnninger's next big TV stunt pleas. he'll ask for an arAtl.i
Swill be from a submarine In New ment after a month of marriage.
York harbor-reading a 10-word He's heir to a New York garmeatt
sentence on a blackboard in Ra- fortune.
dlo City. If Marilyn Monroe's i
thought waves don't swamp the Brbara Seiu kot t der roman
sut, hat is. with Rlnh Meeker. She told a
ES.THER HAS NO REGRETS 'Il, "I got up at 5:30 this morn-
SIng to meet him at the airport.
Esther Williams and Ben BAge When I get up at 5:30 for a.guy.,
e celbrate their seventh wedding t's serious.
anniversary Nov. 5 with a "Com- If th oesn a -
SHappiness" label. Says Es- T this doesn't make Daniel De-
h "He knows everything I'm fbe futn' dvbr' ih tlte grAVe 'that
goin" to do wrong and I know' he was buried .in back .in j I'31,
ever thI ng he's going to do nothing will. Producer Eugete
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ger us When Wet." "Look, he no a-m-- .. a.
longer sends me flowers. Je no shli Tpsy ad ,, y
sen" e plants for our garde. story of the uncan sters, now'
SThat s how permanent it that -Betty Hutton' no- longer is'
V.n Johnson's due to give -. J under contract and Ginger Ro-
gart and Mitchum some competi- ge ls idnhdpW f wh thb 'adrfpt.
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lntritue amd jewel thieves..Rita
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I etes your Ad with one of our Agenta or our Offices la No. 57 t ...' .* I
No. 12,179 CDImI Ave. o.es'
.Lewis Service SeMn d Belleza Ami0- icameo Ocei 86
4 To l o..Ld hor G 2-291. an Wt dmlWes 8tr-2th, 10.0" Nobat V %M IN beah ier r
MrsonsA lsteroacioul Td PiMcado t 12E W E
Fourth of July Ave.--Pnone 2-0441 0PhaSI FI a Pl-ai Pnsmi-4hel!M le"rL6n. C .r Mu IuIe
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FOR SALE F SALEALE MISCELLANEOUS d RE SCMME IAL



t tabO R 6 h r u20 FOR SAL Eu b tires, p ossener Pecador leavs R er 17 Blbo. uel. .
od. e com 2 t Ar Coo rangers CluboAi 2.30 ,ORW



svphone Penamn 2-4721.an.d. L 80 to C0iva th du e .
ExOR S LE: echanfri tor 9 cu ft oer0 SAL P-a a and Ciov il-- L A -o 9.Oceanvie. froe g Ol noof other1es .
Son. The f rst $50.00 oakes it I aon THE TRIP YR LIFE fOR d Protect
S28-. Diabloo.After 4 15 p. i Government Em loye Finance Co. AND ONLY $451 o



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* with pickup a nd records, one kitch- Less than 5 00 miles. Perfect $45,00. uJfJo "ishruhhd' .ojr 'ri e ."n- t,.h:.
$60 .00. 2-4447, 1418-Car. St O M C M .NUtoP a l1 10 and ...Il k
Scabintn. Gany extras small down F Lost Tour Of The Year otS EOBlelctric ice boxes R EMOVABsLE ALUMINUMt t the '4I &+. '
SALE:--Boboa dinlrgroor set MPhone2-49814M3-4985 (Sponsored by th el El PanamaHotell s toves "oeraertes
49&rSALffe, :table.6 h. d ig h u_ 6-44,1 Gamboa. 4-567 Pedro MI- SC. "E" + ...
ffet table. 6ichairs with cush- Pheme $,7 soasorer $400am Hotel l Tioderse rtes T SCRE ftAMES -
ns like newS. $275 00. 120 FOR SALE: --- tires, passenger "Pescaora leaves |lier 17, Balboa. guel. e''
;idou btod; Balboa Heights. & coimn erein at Aend as Coasmos Friday 6 a. I I-ottm.h s .
God ki odr $on Automobile. Ro5 o. 2+.o wti.2ele,- Arrives Colon Strangerrs Club, 2.30 lirvigc -kl A m 30 g





FOSALE: cycle 8 foot. Fri- F SALE-herolet 4-door SU1 950. H ud ttu Hotel i. Te.a r A
cllv eTensm 3h lFOR SALE:- 1950 Hudson. Comma- Ls Colon 9.30 p. m. for San WA ED other .
__d Bi a Puert Bello. returning Colon Sunday oIRTa d o aad.. t O r
FOR SAL CWesnghouse refriger- speakers, white walls new seatmPaednS0a lIegoo aten d





Vlnov. No. 115 Cntrol .R E- f Snle NoSALh Amsartecon rCenlnm b g ad '
atot, 7 cu. ft. One G. E. oscillating covers. Call -2"4473 after 4:00 P- Leaves StrangerstClub, Colon, Mon'4 Wr u *, deEa t kh oue- W hi t.
Phone 4-280, before Sept._29. FOR SALE :-i neW 1950 Buic thrtah ctmnl to keepingJ lob. Toise-"'





n F*OR AFord SedNAn 1948 $750BN.00 NEW LOW FARES&aSCHeOUL wth resp.insibe too
SSALE: One standing radio Riviera,- PckrdJanury 1951, Balboa to n Bs,return to Cola T nd omllnd om furnished apartment In a d needs ntin. t.
with pickup and records, one kitch- Less than W00on miles. Pefa ct $4500." un eedrs1 edent.al d ic -nte 2-05 n Lat t






ntroltt $27.t Route of uf Good Neitehbo" type carrier truck. Box 164 Mar- i a .. AM
0 p.ene night tabe. 3 f- Ny t. .p ent. Price $1,875, consider $40.00. r. R to *l
Sise 46 room trade. 82-B, Coco Solito. Thru Canal only (either way- $10.00 N SOt ofg -i A a ,
S"o FOR SALE:- sChevrolet oPower Gide M catered by Hotel El Panama. teresto a a IN dL i t .













SAL $115. Dressed $45 ruas s, iaropy, ne'tfres veis'or d con- $154.0..For mor5 det501 ( o1e Panama 3-0376 2
F. SALE:-Gs Stove "Prosperi F ALE:-199 Cheollet very phon. 2shorts1655. blbthing suit, bola 2870E l t a g
1 -, r1 roupvisor, 8 monthsP*s nd pnlos rs f r "under! th C Sn44- l sel- cSL:I
ur burners, oven, storagedra In perfect con edition. Can be Tivoli SPECIAh light jacket or WANTEDd old l fu shed t, '















wbti ce1, No. I6 FROM PANAMA T6 M.HIpO eaent in uood section, by American 2 tl A 1i S oreS i
S I80., China e 40.00. danced. Tel, 2-4351. Diablo Hgts.. Sweater, round triW $135 (S .co p'ie s uervi en. Cll Lynn.r M i ow A" .








SSALE: 20 5 cyce 8 foot, S.Fri. dFaORf oSALE-d' W I c 4Mlbo T O.nL








7j5*,round tp $252Goo -d hwoknndgvl*-aer connection oBry pe n .* he clmfl
In Panama 3-2l15. 5ll464, Cpl. Molina. 1 DI h S partly ur hd (, blok from Lux Th-S 1 V








*Ire, allw p orea n. Excllnt 195 DeL .. Mrs19 ,ErviPTivooetle.m 68. --- so temereGl Wde.t OAS0.1
Sition. $100.00. R 12A Rous- milehu cen M Y MORE MAP"m
Telephone Navy 3145of Mr. on the thmu or use by hethOR lastALE .2 1-4 1-4Bas tur until -me



















-n rton row ater- Meteorologioa and ple ra- Pe Cameri*with ftS*h 3un, 1ok Vfg reetadbMe f13 bl-wee kl

FO R SA WANTEDTOR vOice, ept. 26 -{? -?on Al?' Ata he
F RSA LEaMa hogany bed, tpo- a., dor next year. Anyone desiring to rI I .

dern. Also China closet.. Almren boa a- 1 f.aCe. D an- estodara" for SaniBias Miseoled e,. c t lb.
t Panama. SALE o E* O s a er & 6th. i Single No h Americanb gentl aind "F ... R
Fr d Sedan 1948 $750. ., .100-.NE LIh ARES ..t w. it h responsible os tiont ',deals .1t
fit aer A -Packard Sednane o1949 8 75.00t111ud i .To wn, 'A .&
RR's, Iwa-w. th, iferl o IIIt -h .n- Ford 1997Ii5y.0 TERIE Ismall furnished apartment In i#aidrN0H;1. a .21111 Lv t
e ise Z ragn U g i v. -'. 1 # residential district. Ceoll 2-0 .' :.
$,,, e+- '" -l e 1 5.f4:3- 'FordStD:at Wagonh194, buInndo. 1.0,. from 8 am t hoo 5 p. m.
rsin o a I. ..QU V,'i(,.r.ITO ,
t ires FOR a $8~r6 lo 0oleta ARE, 2.0. To hWANTED-ns o 4 wheat driveepfht A. 44





























I+^ let $1 D~ $4 r canvas, cosr could be stretched $ 1250. W o 937.5t.tl s sef AS rpo .:I:. iV ."
1 b.ChBes'protneto n .or the rear cok ut. of th Good Neghb 490 val type carrier truck. Box 164 Mar
01SALE:g-6 pieceRottean, 'living-EjisenmonUsd o BOEING 4-sninghue pla UnessaRO ND garita. PPw

roa 'i. iwes beI-.o 25 exaS o CtOor. t- RPA TO. I HAI. E sV0 It WANTEDLigh second bweig oled te- al b *A1 i. l

















b ite EiBms ..e2 ahie n donOAExlt fo Cerforlht ANAM DoISP Tr3 ch5. D haul W n CTanada rn recent weekt. a' J* gl gr B3 | A *
I SALE: -ij tof almost ew. 3 R$ALE:- I -Ch et, very phone.. 2-1655. phone Balboa 2870 e a a b 14, t
'iee llvrngeE t,#65.0G; din .... 4 d condition, Boyd Was. Tivoli SPECIAL *xcUmIso s! ... .WANTED:- Smoll furnished 1aparn e yet..I I -
8s SiAIL-vaanitys o ,N, ow.thot. c d1. a Lynn.. .., .....,.
I.,Chi clcs t,5.0. o'. one way $85, round trip $135 (1 couple without children. Call Lynn. Me.. ."
'urselO30S15 Apt. 1"7' 8th St. Ca.- C day-limall, $160. ;Good tbne Illlr- .'Phone_-L661. "I V 4' I IIN I

opposite Ancon bus stop. T4.Il n- needed by Nov. 15, phoboo 2-21 rIe"

Tam..r.wa i-. "-.. Mrs Ervin. Tivoll Hotel, room 168." r ,t M a ,,-,mI 0p
A fnew all-steel hulled ,28-foat MiHXacellaueOn. KH lA MORE Sl
thit reulaina of Mrs. on the Isthmus for use by the FOR SALE.-2 1-4 x 3 1-4 Busch 'a to a r atont o m nIWW I. to ,aournerIms at
row after- Meteoorologicaln 11IPresi Camera with f Ih *gun, d o rf be bl-weeMI '

...2e11'-".I TOROfO, Sept. 26 )41-AuOmbleWC Y
OtI-,.ls -31i"nds ,Thieves pe six boxes of gold TOL. -6: Daia-
to Item 11 worth $375,000 from a airportnIa
Ing. th ts' .te -" fin'ol, Panama Americil Sefle- s rda I Groin-ry. '
urial e L aes.1t9eAa us chi ef.at., Police ordered cont ent-widemw
'rare t wooden-ullea craft whfc nt aolsd, alo teweworC-plants. dian National Railway investi- for Ofl I "--
therine and AMW a 111 012 In W langer of IPI a I '. r4. f p _and Torontt township n i_;
Surviors au urs wfromenubmergedaftwuMps.hih R r police joined the Mounties In I VMA ov'mu
fgR SALE:- Aluminum etian the hunt, th
,."RZKkakblihS, ,green. Eight 5" X( bo' .3".,eu, (b )ae, mfv.rA.4-
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Buenos Aires to Teas. w.*wnedthegoldd"stolentoday.An.Ther.
.iCol*j ll Dr. Herrmann is Professor of Pditkn., shlalof Johnson, Mathmw ma ela,"
Medicine and Director of Cardild Mallory, LW., aid soa Jr.. Jorue
aaa aio-Ohmd Malloay, Ltd.. sold .o .'.'-.
.c0 Vascular Service and Research i were sent to Melrin Wer- rl ans m. 1 Dmr.l
tLJS1 the University of i dsIcal Weudy night for shipment ove- .
School in Galvesteb. lEGA -The tra aesm
'Pmtoo bataron igalilt He has been tran.lin Bouth m WM s P c Last May, $125,000 worth of talps oai
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'" aM"II N TO HONOR boa YMCA for aervicemgn. Music
S -T-ELECT AND MRS. REMON will be by the Air Force Or-
S The Speial Delegation of the United States f A ri cesra
th e Inauguration of the President-elect of the Republic of Chaplain aniak
_- 'j fMama, Colonel Jose Antonio Remon, will give a formal re- Leaves F .r T. S.
e pbona on Tuesday evening. September 31, from 7:00 to 9:00 Maor Walter F. Banlak,
S it fbe Embassy Residence on La Cresta in honor of their Ex- Chaplain at Albrook A.F.B. for
t eeiecles, the President and Mrs. Remon. Lhe past year left today for re-
assignment in the United States.
Si Minister And Mrs. Molino Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moore and He will be replaced by Lt. hp
10 bf' Ittertain 'neir daughters M a r and A. Hamilton. at present Chap-
S '. ne Mtnistei of Fo.eign Re- Katherine. Mr. Robert Ausne h- mil Be Txas, a-
lations and Mis. Ignacio Molino.'mer, Mr. and Mrs. Gorrit Jous- bout the middle of October.
Sr., will be hosts our a dinner to tra, Mr. Ralph Edwards. Mrs. Pi Rturn From States
be given Saturday evening at l.Charles Jones, Mrs. Lo o .P r en o t
the .Unlon Cluo in honor o0 the Charles, Miss Shirley Butler,Baboa YMA and Mrs. Mere L.
A.iblasaacir of Peru to Panama Mr. William Edwards, M Rich- Balboaper returned recent. from L.
OW Dean of the Diplomnatic ard Edards. Miss Margaret vaer return n the Ured Sentroes
Orps Ina Mr.,. Emlito Orti. de Straus and Miss Ida Straus.. spent in Nebraska and Calfor-
--Zvlloa who plan to leave soon se I .b knT ma
: for lima, Peru Dick ColLeonTo lia.
SFr Veneela eaveor Illinois Midshipmen o d Dance
VitteMere From Veneela Mr. Dick Colston, son of Mr MidsThe YMCA iien Hooperedati Dance with
The Ambassaaior of Panama and Mrs. R Dean Colaton of The YMCA i n cooperation with 1
to Venezuela and Mrs Luis Rati Curndu, plans to leave for tne the Fifteenth Naval District.
Verbmdez with their clhUdren United States on Satrday by honored the midshipmen of the
are recent arrivah orn the Isth- MATS to accept a position at Juan Sebastlin Elcano Spanish i
m=n from Caracas Venezuela. the Savanna Ordnance Depot Training Ship. last night with
for a vint in Panama. Iin Savanna, Illinois, and to at- a spedal dance. Music was pro-
fteor. nd the Ammunition Inspec- Vided by the 77th Air Force
M1s. Munoz Returns To Panama tion School at that station. Band.
Mrs. Marta Llopez Mufioz.
wife of the Ambassador of Ar- 1l1ok Review Group Mr. Noonan It Visitor Here
S genttna to Panama, returned to To Meet October 2 Mr. Eric Noonan, travel agent
the Isthmu.- Wednesday aboard The Book Review Group of Mr. Eric Noonan, travel agent
the 8. S. Santa Barbara. the Canal Zone College Club for Happiness Tours of Chicago,
will meet on Thursday, October Illinois, arrived today for a short
farewell Tea To Be 2, at 4:00 p. m. at the home of visit to the Iathmus.
Weld Tomorrow Mrs. Alexander Shaw, 76 San Elks Ball ight
S A group oi irlends of Mrs. Pablo Street,-Balboa. Ek lte ht
Smillo OrLiz d, Zevallos, wife Mrs. Marion Flake will review The Elks Charity Ball will b
of the Amnbas.udor of Peru to "The Covenant"' by Zofla Kos- held this evening at the Hotel El
SPaama ana Dean of the Diplo- sah Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Walter Panama. Music will be by An-
matic Corps. are arranging a Colclasure will be co-hostesses gelo Jaspe and his orchestra. I
farewell tea to be given in her for the afternoon. The Panama Canal Zone
honor on Eaturday afternoon at All members or prospective Lodge 1414, sponsors of the ball
the Union Club members are cordially invited, issued special Invitations to the
Those interested In attending Oovernor of the Canal Zone and
are asked to contact Mrs. Au- Couple Club Meeting Mrs. John Beybold; General
lto 8 Boyd, Mrs. Adolfo A- Weunesday and Mr. Horace L. McBride-
P.. Mrs. Octavio Mendez The Couples Club of the Pedro Genqral and rs. L-ater J.
Petilra. Mrs. Leopoldo Aroseme- Miguel Union Church will meet Whitlock; Admiral and Mrs. Al-
is, .Mrs Lola C. de Tapia or ion Wednesday, October 1, at bert M. Bledowe; General and
Mrs. Cata Lewis. 7:30 p. tn. In the Chtirch Parlors Mrs. Emil C. Kel; Ambasador
for a.Hallowe'en party. and Mrs. ohn C. Wiley; the
i" Vieationers Return To Isthmus Everyone must attend in cos- President of the Reptblic of Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Martinz ;tume or pay a fine. Refresh- nama and ,Mrs. Alcibiades Aro-
a nd their son, Luisito. returned ments will be served. semena; -resldent-elect and
to their home on Golf Heights Mrs.. Jos6 A. enm6n and Mints- I
u Wednesday morning from a Girl Scout Tro op 7" ter of Foreign Relations and
" uva11tion of several weeks spent iTo Meet Tomorrow Mrs. Ignacne lono. I
In Louisiana and Mexico, Senior Girl Sedt Troop No.
S7 will hold the first meeting of lion Club Dance oto- g
:- Stanley Boleke To Be the year on Saturday from 1:00 three eClub Dance ensemble wi
"At Homre" To Friends to 2:00 p. m. at the Protestant play this evening for dancing
Mr.' and Mrs. Stanley- J. Bo- Sunday School in Curundu. at the American Lgiora Club
leke will entertal their friends All old members are urged to at ort Amador from O tClub
Son Sunday. September 28, from 'attend and prospective m embers ;1.r 1or 3ro :
2:00 to 6:00 p. m. at the War- 'will be cordially welcomed. All '
fOrd residence on Curundu !girls between the ages of 14 and
S eights, house 555, at a buffet- 18 are eligible for membership R E S
lperi whether or not they have any
J1 friend of the young cou-: previous scouting experience.
e -ie are invited to attend their -
"at hone." Get-Tegether For IDE
lpreem_ t4htne .1 kAfbloiay interested in .
IfSi Jsrrey Cub 5boutinL.a thlbir parents .
f 4 0 6een left thike bi ed CtInd a "get- U
Uaus 'Ilestiny by plane for together" tH1ia evbnig at 7:00 p. your body lea.us t
ark, New Jersey. where she im. in the basement of the Diablo ind poisonous waste nl '
VI1 make her home with her Gymnasium. Parents are urged ft-'InWsoniCnyW e Ktame vituleo
letter, Miss Raquel Green. to attend. rt S topan M
strong, cloudy urse. OGttent uf'igbtt.,
Straus Honored On Bake Sale Tomorrow Nw.aian eh ASlna CJin] U p"
lMy Anniversary Alpha Chapter of Beta 3lgna abmuiag@WK. mewI=.
r. Robert J. 8waus was hon- Phi will held bake sale tomor-. orted from the A, starts wo ina
thdd on the occasion 6t hi* row morning from 8:k 0 a. m. f r
S Rthday anniversary with a -o 12:00 -noon ri the entrance r6eGifs a"~ sowe i
nner given on Wednesday Jof the Ourundu Theater. t ams '
r m iLat the Wlrn Memorial -_ v E
Sra.s. Harvest Moon Dance stearday fe e
t hose present were Mr.' A Harvest Moon Dance will
Mrs. R. H. Hollowell. Mr ;be held tomorrow evening from
SMrs. Preeland Hollowell,18:00 to 11:00 p. m. at the Bal- t- I


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Today. Friday, Sept. 26
P.M.
3:30-Music For Friday
4:00-FADS AND F8A8 H IONS
aFaith Foster)
4:30--What's Your Favorite
5:30-News
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(contd
6:00-LINDA'S FIRST LOVE -
(Cia. Alfaro, 8.A.)
6:15-Concert Hall, U.S.A.
6:30-Philco Rendezvous
TWINS IN NAME ONLY -Mary Lou Deal, left, of La Grngs, l., 6:45--Lowell Thomas e
S and Mary Lou Deal, right, of Topeka, Kans., are among the fesh- 7:00-Come Into The Parour
chl men to'enroll at Kansas State College for the fall sremater. They've bBBC)
decided to room together to solve the problem of mixed mail, but 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
cn't think of any solution to the problem o mixed-up males who REVIEW
i 'telephone for dates. 7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-Request Salon
S8 45-U.P. Commentary
S oman Charged WithSlayng : 0-0 StOry
9:30-London Studio Concerts
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3 Chalded. Kidnapping Baby 10:00--Calvacade of Ame r ic a
j Children, kidnapping Bab
0 10:30-Adventures of P.C. 49
SEUTAW, A]a. Sept. 26 iUP, Posey children along a creek iBBCI
-Sherlff Frank Lee arrested a near their home. The baby was 11'00-Owl's Nest
;large Negro woman early today missing. :00 a.m. Sign off
ot l charges she murdered three The sheriff said Negro resl-
children and critically bludg- denLs of Mt. Hebron told him
Coned a fourth in order to ab- Wednesday night they were sus- Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 27
Aduct a baby for whom she had picious of Mattle Smarr who
;a "psychotic desire." left to return to Birmingham A.M.
Lee charged Mattie Smarr. 27, immediately after the slaylnRs. 6:00-Alarm Clock Club
of Birmingham with drowning Lee and two Birmingham de- 7:30-Jazz Salon
Ola B. Posey. 8. and his two- tectives found the baby in bed 8:15---Strictly Instrumental
year-old sister. Jean, and with with the Smarr woman. The 8.30-Names That Made History
suffocating Ira P os e y, 5. by sheriff said she had prepared a 9:00--News
rusting his head into the mud 'beautiful basinett" in her Bir- I 9:15-Women's World
bank of ahicreek. md; ingham home and had toldI 9:30-As I See It
He charged that she then neighbors she was expecting a 10:00--News
1eW"i Lucy Posey. I1. into uin- child. 10:05-Off thew Record
on'clousne.s a.nd tenderly car-' A first she insisted the baby ll:00---News
yled the baby of the family to was her own and had been born 1:.05-Off the Record (contd)
iwer home where she had pre- this week. he said. Lee said she ll30-Meet The Band
a-'ed a "beautiful badsinett" for clipped the infant's hair to give 12:00-News
-!hr child. her a newborn appearance. i
Lee said the woman, who has Later she said the baby had
no children of her own. appar- been "given her by a man," the
Sen y had a "psychotic desire" sheriff said.
S o' a baby and committed triple "The Posey family defended 2'05-New Tune Tsine
mi dcr to get one. her until they saw the baby." 12'3--Popular Music
h, e sheriff said she had been Lee said. "They couldn't believe I100-News
f!t ting in the Mt. Hebron corn- she did it." l115-Personality Parade
.Intnity where the murders were Officers also arrested the 1:45-David Rose
committed. Smarr woman's husband, Ed; 2:00-VOA Stamp Club
Saturday night she stayed at her brother. John 'Henry Jones,. 2:15-Dance? Music
:.ie home of Willie and Alberta 'and her mother, Annie Jones. 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
S oe i where she showed "great Lee said they were being held 2:45-Battle Of The Bands
.ff&ictlon" for t h e I r three- pending a further investigation. 3:00-Band of America (VOA)
mr'"h-old baby. Cora Mae, he He said they came after Mattle 3:15-The Little Show
ia s b t and returned her and the Posey 3:30---McClean's Program
aid she bathed the child baby to Birmingham. 3:45-Musical Interlude
F "fondled" her during. the Lee said egro residents of 4:00.-Muble iP 1 atti y
_4y. The chi kdless woman's hus- the Mount ebron community 4:0---What's Yb4w'lvorite
d Starr. is a cousin of were "highly stirred up" over 5:30.etas, e *
:W. 1TnPos~'s Ithe killings -which touched off a am,.4 What V -t r4 te
-ur dyyfternoon..theparents two-day seM~th for the layer (contd)
thr(Id flom toll in the cotton by a large pose of whites and
.,elds to find the bodies of the Negroes. 6:00-On Stage Ameieri
6:30-The Railroad Nour
7:00-ParLi Star Time (RDF)
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10:00-Dance Music
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later on ahtho6w. This means that
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This means thit ydu would pick
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seven cards. Y o mieht ev.-n pick
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Football fans from. all over the Canal Zone will con-
tgp on Balboa Stadium tonight for the first meeting of
Ohe young season between the Balboa High eleven and
Wto always strong Athletic Club team. Kickoff time is
p.m. and fans are reminded that the gates will open
fbut 6:30.
Z'eing the first real game of Guards: Dorn Thomas (31
V* year for both teams, it is and Art Sherry 1201.
&i ult to accurately predict a Center: Jim Fraser (23).
Experience, savvy and Quarterback: Bill De La Mate
hno ow will be of great assist- (231.
.nee to the Athletic Club Rams Halfbacks: Bernie Herring i21
'a jt will be a heavy handicap and Loule Dedeaux (251.
nor the high schoolers to start Fullbacks: Arnold Mannin
under. 1l31.
On the Bulldogs' side of the
Ser, however, is the fact that BULLDOGS
will be In better condition
nd have more boys to throw in- Ends: Tom Jenkins (58) and
to the game than do the Rams. Tom Davidson .(69).
plkfks like a tossup. Tackles: Carl Widell (67) an
.lh teams will be using the T Jim Fulton (75).
formation this year. This will be Guards: Joe Oliver (73) and Ed
something new for the A. C., Benny (44).1
hlile It has been standard with Center: Fred Cotton (74).
Bulldogs for four years now. Quarterback: Ray Nickishe
IMt hther team can claim much (72).
Vi an advantage on weight, so Halfbacks: Jim May (76) an
Skbaut the only way the issue will Ted Norris (61).
e settled is to battle It out right Fullbacks: Francis Boyd (79).
n the ridiron And this is ex-
telIv what both teams wil be f
goingg tonight. Sports Briefs
: Probable starting line ups with
i1umbers shown are. (By U.P.)
u RAMS
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 26 -
Ends: Tommy Jordan '15) and Chairman Branoh Rickey of or-
IMlT Carlin '22'. ganzed baseball's bonus legis-
Tackles: Lou Mallia 128' and latlon committee says the group
Td lringas io30. will meet next Monday In New
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PHILADELPHIA Manager
Jimmy Dykes of the Philadelphia
Athletics gives his players credit
for the new two-year Contract he
has Asned with the A'%. The
terms haven't been disclosed, but
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The La Boca Unit of the Phy- boostif the A's out of the sec-
S I Education and Recreation ond division. Jimmy says the
Dranch of the Division of Schools players won him his contract. He
has commenced its six-team Ju- says "So many of them came
thior High Girls Volleyball League through we couldn't help
rith an enrollment of seventy- making a better showing."
6Ight players.
The first game brdouht togeth- NEW YORK-The N.C.A.A. has
ir the Roses and the Liles, cap- lifted its television restridtilon
blied by Ruht Darllngton and and ohe station in Philadelphia
orine BRan respectively with will broadcast this Saturday's
he formt'mert m.ed team e- game between Nbtre Dante and
ner Ing over the Li- Penn. The TV lid was lifted be-
Sy a- cause the game at Philadelphia
a' J ond IDA % the Or- Is a sellout ed there a wide in-
hIs ie lnrllk w rene Ho- terest In It.
dard and Agnes Webster as re-
WteOV WiYlote In whish the Vio- LOS ANGELES Northwest-
e bowed to a .0-16 defeat at em's football team worked out
hands 6f th "Orchi t. yesterday in the Los Angeles Co-
The Datisites, led by Cecilia lseumn.for the game with Bouth-
!rchm' nt, and the 'ulips, by ern California Friday night. The
Jvn T''r nman, engaged in a Wildcats arrived by plane with
lrd ~h-trung contest which a 40-man s uad.
Ualted in a 19-18 victory for the
bales over the Tuihp. The National Pro Football
Outstanding players were: League clubs are rushing to cut
Ro*es-Ruth Iarlngton. down to the 33-player Ititby
Orchidhs--rene and Christina the weekend. The Pittaburgh
toward. Stdeler released rookie halfback
SLUl le-Jetn Trotman and Ja- Vic Pollack yesterday. But they
Bet toper. picked up quarterback Pat Bra-
SVioletsAgnes Webster. dy. -and still must drop three
Tmsilp9-4alyn Trotman and men. The Chicago Bears have
*Jorla Mairs. cut to 37. They traded halfback
b Daises Cecllia Parchment, Julie Rykoviph to Washinton
itnithb.e1 ndth and Marie Davis. and are asking waivers on mne-
All games 're played in ten- man Wash Serini. And the San
minute halves Francisco 49'ers have made their
S "__ 33-man limit by disposing af Tive
STANDINGS players.
TEAM Wen Lost Pet.
*oses .. ..1 0 1.000 Artistlc PIat
slrds" .. .".. .. 1 0 1.000 PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UP) -Re-
Dalse .. .. 0 1.000 turning from a vacation, Mrs. Jo
lUes .. .. ...... 0 1 .000 Farmer discovered that her huge
toets ...... 0 1 .000 kudzu vine, which covers most of
up... ...... 0 1 .000 the exterior of her home, had
S --- grown through a window and
Umpires were Dorothy Joseph entwined Itself around pictures
ga E. O. Stewart. and the piano.


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Ist Race "F-i" Native 6S Frga.
Purse: 1275.00 Pool clase: a1:iW1 aL5 D"" "+
First Race of the -Doubles the
-1 Casablanca B. Aguirre 115 -
2 Domino V. Castillo 113 AM GAME os JG 0 -
3 Oden Babe V. Rodriguez 10 x
4 Uuasual A. Ver ra 117x IArs wok W est .
P 1--eto _0e a 117 x I New V ..
6 FrP to r 0. Alfaro 1207 A...........T 1T .L ".. w
6 Manolete R. Gomes 113 Tuerto Rico ...... 1 .sI
PANAMA .........2 2 oo :g f
Dominican Rep. ...2 $-nn
2nd Race "F-2" Native 7 Fgs. Nicaragua .... ....2 8 d4-1.
Purse: $275.00 Pool clests: 1:15 Venezuela tIh e l ..
Second Race of the Doubles the 4 1
I trena V. Castlloa 118 TONIOiT'S GAMES d t
2 Buenas Tardes R. Gomes 108 Cuba vs. Vehezuela. g b fa
r 3 Duque J. Rodriguez 120 Dominican Republic vs. Pues Pan t
4 Piropo M. Zeballos 114 Rico. t two Lolt)i
5 Tap Girl A. Mena 114 the Inghth ew
6 Pensador O. Bravo 107 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS however, with %* tor :od oinnflti.
g Venezuela 8, Nicaragua 4. RIco got the tVing run on a walk
PANAMA 8, Puerto Rico 6. (Ton sad a triple. M Rll 8ULTB
3rd Race "E"l. Nailve 7 Fgs. Inning tie), e
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 oth teams failed tob an- y 000 100-,-2 8 0 l '
ON1 E TWe AVANA, Sept. 28 ( UP) -Cub ruIther scoring Uetd the Ta 1000N 00-1 2 vs e rlte
d Romantic A. Men110 an assure herself of at least a w called at thaid op the 1) and Burris. t i
2 Miranda A. Vasquez 112 first place tie by dfeatting thi th because Of the time- Aft era r1, nlm (15-3) and
3 Taponazo A. Vergara 117x I amn. eaitt
4 Sun's Moon E.Aguirre 112
d 5 Tin Tan t. Rebel 113x n o Oliver Hardy wa .,thel b Nn -ght O -al,
SPre onero O Oraell 110 hitter of the game with five or incn I f 000-3 7 1 Do-
7 Curaca A. unValdivia 10716x hard-hitting Nicaraguan. TA W Lot ee
-- P Buert Rl osteo's ar, er was hit W i,. Director i 8l tM 1
thRa "1-2eImAorted 7 F the Canal Zone hootin A- The lnescore: d had to la
d Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 2:290 be carried off the fbld by his Chliam bnte .s nd D. Rice.
M QUININLA Su Ftommates. --mn----3
SMon EtoIle P. Ordofiez 117 In the first game: VqLe.uela No 0otler1 *a scheduled. b
2 Hechzo V. Castillo 114 won their frst'coictest o00 the fl -- fo. J3 e
3 La Chata A. Vergara 117x26 l "0n A series 20 02by whipping 0 targu a l.&. .I.T e W
4 Baby Ri C. Lino 120 tt 4. A. Quillen tu rned Ina beau- .AeU rt 0 a
5 Forzado X. Florea 1147 Sunday ring ws nti a t aul relief job entering the game h e-lhe
6 Apprise B. Aeuirre 114 In the first Irnning to hold the dianua 1O
7 Curacao A. Valdiva 116 hard-hitting Nicaraguans. TEAMwS.- W t Lost 1e
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Lt, Earl Foster, ~atfle Director "Nlieewsco CPl ........i8.swt00w lt 1 61
5h ae of thI e Canal Zone Shootin As Th inescores: C ed l ti B5 t
Purse: B5550 06 Pool close 2:s55s .esu ae h(Ten Innings) Phi= 731-0i hi. .t
1 Prince H amlet 0. Catillo 112 5 set for the big annual mtch i
2 RathifnLight V. Castlo 126 with the .30-06 rifle for the Cr- Pto. 'Rico 010 000 9 4 --" 5 3 WAXRtOen. ..I.. 16 75 J t
3 Plropo II V. CaSilver 10 veceria Nacional Trophy to be IANAMA 020020 020 0-6 9 3 d6th ..h ...... i ,4
SCoragglo Bravo 117 held at the Army's Empire range W. Torres, E. Lopez (5I, l-oSv St. LUdi .... ,.. 0 m A
this Sunday. Firinglwill start at carnac16n 1i8. Maldonado Detit-..... a
6th Race ""I" rted 6 P a.m. Team lsts will have to O and J. Torrea, te TODA
Purse: $4 0.00 Pool closest: 3:35 made up nd in before f-lnng (8. )St. Louos at3 U u a(N).
First tae of the Doubles star, aso ae shooters are warned rr t
Il Roead aster B. Aguirre 112 ing tey should be at the r@eX W. Brown, R. Kin (8S). A. Cha- W hia er (t aftdS.
21 1e2por .lHrfes by 8:45 td te l at the latest, if they revet8 and Mc d.ewYork hwi. I el
2 Pet ad B. as- 11i thahe bepa tthe dai'fge mh an o. season r R eth.el g 0
2The Daber) V. Ortep 120 to form part of a team.
e3 geta Js. rMoi 120 ThDue to the fact that the try. Nicaragua S 0 000 m10-4 10BgiMa) .iatu1T2 5Ie t
5 Mr. Foot) C. Iglesias 114 Q Ts we t e not held last Sunday Venez uela 2 t 0 n o -- 10 0 Yk O.'- i
6 In Time 0. Brtvo 106 at Far fin, and practice shooting B. Reyes. B. Lotpe (1), R. C- New YOrk 10
P7 $erberi A. lMen 113 b hwast Intal, ittl impossible to tf o (0). F. Castillo (B) and E. Boston 0t. 100- 0 U'
S enMint Jose Rodg. 1 shooting ans any dea as t Acosta. A. RomerONOLULO (8 Reynolds ) n e.
rg1 the quality of the teams. The M. Fernandes, A. Guillen (1) Hudson (10.1) ahidvWhm r
Balba ee to Club ha always and Reveron.tha Marn
7th Race "C" Imported Fg. been stronr, and mue still be WP--Gullen: LP--Lopez St Louis Og g0e @ I G
Purse: $5M."0 Pool cles: 4:15 considered amowing them favorites, S ttlefield (1-), t nrt d
Sc ace of the Double b ut tb* have not en ractic- onh oshte s hraloJae
1 Roadmaster B. Aguirre 112 ing regularly, and sutook theover on-t otritle f s Curte 9 y,
2 Welsh LoII H. ey 120 dence 9x ay spell their downfall. t a. noe y there --
3 Vaupresa Jose RodV. Call. 112 The Marine Barracks team agreIsandh
4 Rockr V. Cast Ilp 120 ashwaooter esg ans teamtive been NEW YORK- wEddie Arnarodhas NOotr el HL
5 Phlorer tar R3. L. 104 wor ain r tdividu o. A dif- us ove mober posobly to B- r.
h Luose Maprte Mile tie.4x either f e e or te dta yo. y of te s ma
Purse: $hS. 00 t lOases: 1: that will win. The. Arm em s and wentever the t ME -
Q -I-- ... have really been working town, dollar nuck In purms-s.. a .' ,.,
I Pepsicola A. Vasqz 120 aNd we are Informed that they first e in history W tv t has A
2 PLa V. Castlo 27 rapie eend aractich da" ly. We much CLOCKER Cs N Aota t e
3Betun H. 11atti 1f. are told that the l3rd Infatry is shooting for Earl Sande's ma
4 Pre aba gi R.. L G.llg120 doesn't intend to come back to of 39 stakS viet s In one year. .
4 ar ellea Alfstllo 120 the target wars with anything He has t ree to go.
68 Clayo E. OSlvert 105 but a winner. __-g'ble, howee_ __-
Olden Mine Jose Rdorig. 114 *"the Los Amigq outfit still 1.ONOLUL.--.Manager.Sam
--teame affiliate wl 4 Inoe says that P Marino
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Purse: 89.0.W Pool closes: :15. Cervceriuta inning teama Trophy, In- flweght boxing chai-





1 Corla C. Rtea 1 dividual shoot ers may also comt.t T-PgMo Wel
ONE TWO rage, but mfost of them are SWplonshp." Yohito Shirai of Ia-

SSir Boss JR. Phoe 110 pete and they will be pan took the titlelgblee frm MDt
2 Carmela II H. Reyes 109x 15 $* 06n1 this mach last Min. Ichino e saysthere Is
Hurlecano V. Castillo 112 $2.00-l mof; h.tl r the a rspn ea agreement. and he
3 rrio V. ChnOrtega 120 award ores as dividua l hiar says24 e Mus will e e sed
4 Porter's Star R. L.A e scorea You an y flvdual.re wTe re ay, In Nova ber. possibly In -
6 LKuja L. Martanches l7xconsist of either four or five= In, kyo.
four soems count. TlW -.
1th Rame "A &13" Native Mile is the u 4ir; et" t j
Pae: SM.00Fe Pool close 546 shots siWh aV "A" 1_a2 rt a am To ,
1 La Loba C. Lino 1t1 27 rapid at the "D"'_f..ouette of CLOCKER Cosglui*Aput of
2 TFy S b .svea Mtarget all at 200 yards. mdivi- DO SUPPLI S
3 aolly Saba O. Bra1vo 4I dual shooters are also welcome ....
4 Maxsellesa V. Castillo 117 There will be medals for thE i-fts'atn,
6 hmvmma V. Orfteg USteams m eligible, however -.4Sif
teams m=% be affiliated wit N..=m
11t oo -G- Native 4% Fg7. the CZSA to competee for the.Primp.sawmJ
Porm es 513O Pool Osme: ...Cervecerla Naclonal Trophy. In- rr"
1 Coroa C. Ruiz 1- dividual shooters may also comn-'T-Phi-Walsh 07W
2 Den MaTrio J. Phlltps 1 U pete, and they' will be eligible for 3-- Grast D
3 FrPuce 0. Chanis1 24 awards for. individual hiE 4 --Caroma i : EurbwcLa 1
4 Plsooua 1. Aguirre l3 scores. Yon may fire when reedyx 'Tha La_ isa ]4" A 1 -1346
5 X211awn 0. Sanchez $s Gridleyl -sm .. K .,


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Pawe: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.

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four Projects

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Your major projects have been
approved for the Maintenanc
Division for the present fisca
rear, It was announced yesterday:
at Balboa Heights.
The four projects are: Repav
Ing of a section of La Boca Road
between the Balboa Magistrate'
Court and a point approximately
opposite the end of the tani
farm; repairing and resurfacing
of sections of Hains Street in Di-
ablo heights; Improvement to
the intersection of Bolivar High
way and Margarita Avenue in
Margarita; and redecking o:
Gamboa bridge.
The largest of the projects will
be the paving and widening of La
Boca Road. This is slatid for the
second quarter of the present fis-
cal year October, November
and December.
The street one of the most
heavily trave'.'d in the Canal
Zone will be widened approxi-
mately three feet The existing
asphalt strip which makes tup a-
bout two-thirds of the width of
La Boca Road will be replaced
with eight-inch reinforced con-
crete.
The other two street projects
are also scheduled for the second
quarter of the fiscal year al-
though that at Margarita will not
be completed in this period
Thi. intersections of Hains
street and Diablo Road. and
Rains Street and Rousseau Street
will be repaved with reinforced
concrete. The present asphalt
pavirg in these sncttons has been
cut by the turning of such heavy
equipment as loaded trucks
headed for the Diablo dump. This
work should be completed by the
end of the calendar year.
The work of Improving the
Margariba intersection will be
started In December but will not
be completed antil about April. A
passing lane for traffic continu-
ing past M arfta will be pro-
tIod oiUWar Highway.


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Ships Off Tokyo Flee Before
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SViolent Underwater Volcano
TOKYO, Sept. 26 (UP) An
underwater volcano. believed to
l have destroyed a Japanese Coast
Guard ship with 31 aboard, burst
into fresh activity today, send-
In a cloud billowing 16,000 fet
rinto the air over the sea 200
miles south of Tokyo.
t' Patrol boats fled the area lest i
they be swamped by another ti- 'N=IT .--
dal-wave like the six-foot wall of phant IrIAit
water that hit the nearby Hachl- Philad. a .hae
Jo island yesterday. Utonal L'f peh nnant.-eu
Rescue parties went from the roaringKi Joy i the e t~ mt
sea to the air to search for Kal-
I0 Maru No. 5o which was last
heard from three days ago. It li a Ul
carried a crew of nine scintist Ra Imirezu d Int
Sand 22 men. It was believed to
be lost in one of a series of un-
derwater explosions caused by
the volcano. o f a iit uiw ra
The maritime security board of -0-
Japan's coast guard said the
search may be called off tonight .ere an a about
unless some tWOWI evidence 0 Cm
the ship's fate Is und.
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the search were a~td by US. AM,
Force planes. Rough seas and .
new explosions from the volcanl ; o e t'
hwm~ed the .earth. fesh
blasts churnea upWater aleady ,
ORPHANED BY AUTO CRASH Ten of the 11 Conger children, orphaned when both parns yh a n e
were killed in an auto crash, gather with their grandfather, Thomas C. Kelley (right), at their h sts ad toril d e
home in Bordentown. N. J. The two oldest boys, who are married., romtsed to do their bt sea a whitish yellow fo etr n &
to keep the family together. Left to right in the front row are: Laura, 10; Richard, I; Ps- round.nt I
tricia Ann, 9: and Carol Jean, 6. In the rear are: William, 13; Benjamn,id ; Maureen, 16; A pall of moke blanked the ti Wh h *
Thomas. 21 Lois, 14; and Kelley, who holds Sharon, 10 months. Not present is Harvy 18 water fort fte aflt a eiothR it l e
an Army private, j of the crater and five ailM s .
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0o 17 wee 4dest Ved IV i0869tn"nt
MEXICO CIT, 4Wp. 26 (UP). He said he waa ted the Nvoane ty and th ereaosive-
Mexican authorttes were. pilot pinaed to an. t e ship action of the wined and r in. mtappI
searching today for a labor con- saTel from its. attitude of 10,- The Katyo Mart left Tokyo fbora o e" p
tractor whom they suspect cf 01 ft. The iatrumenot panel the reef Sept. 23 6 and w2 la Whe r, r
planting a tim. bomb aboard an had been-shattered. heard m aton 8 p.mI. that day. recalle the
"d airliner to collect $35p0000 in in- The shti had enoegth food a- g otten under


surance on sdx workers aboard ad oato last there week. e a a oft *
the plane. pfttve tr t fhot uI-





L20 engers ao d crewmen lt t w a B e a A b,3g-te-dn J anish to-sl wi t time la htBe r that an '*
Plo e oCarlos e odrige e off ona deaThe attempted tBo brIt fshooner on a good- and womanf delegation Appeared it 5
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Erist Service On bath n at the Santa Lucitabmry alrO oA E o e of Guaya nnbu f or 6he
base, 20 mIles northwest oi .othe nef r r to West Wus of South Amqrm ..ta.mire e to hed brisflI
daye on u e. Wbs bb the la ee tThe ern abastan ei n aR on the c Ac
Two of nfne Americans aboard w le away frem which ha 33 Spanish t es



Oaawere ca ed in the blaas here. fe was severely burned aboard, h9rived here Mond ha atlen how aod why deal-
is o if ui .sxT s ebret serviP e agent whou S aro broke t at odtp on the t station of the U. B. pnates to 15B conve5i
haid one of the passengers toland Nicatra1, aboard the t Navy an the Panama govern- were chosen, Ra th
from the Caribbean themhe and five other menas while it W tra sfeWieg e- ment. t after n tt prior
a board the plane had been hir- line. A shippIg authority oesrt fed t ny return o the
Sor Southern Route et by a labor contractor and her tod as a typical -mat veton had a pp i



obs at Oal. Tahe workers a rest f the fire. The others e trains vessel was at their
at no extra fare ai the if osurance policies are ls Cooper, br other f in Pa S waters 17 years a es or delto d
d DC- airliner ere made payable to the wife Co w1 engieer the ThDuring Sabastay here, crewmen n the poatical
Two of th e otractoric who was abnot 14As tM leO icayromw and of the vessel were Isthu.... I aa he




lass Srvic with urae e were held dura severely burne aboa arrived here Montn how ad wh hi.
rs all th "xtras" or choos Scrt isreret servoicials, aid The Pam broke out at f o hedo t an via Catlao ad. S.gien tm memory tS e
their nvet tan estabahertod tand l the. A., owners of uaya the Panama ov n- were hof e, requ es
Serien at the anexpdlth which most the tankeIt wartransfged through reggao-sAt no time after 8 d




enence of the same f ast, blew the oanea Md excan the U hir-ere for e authority de bed to re thaurn te
erServicn available Insured biner to als dai to take His death was theof a- fourth as ed tovl. Set weneat er, ef io vt1
iobs at Om rs The workers a reslt w %ho e ". The others The trgfniz vessel wa s t "ted to,D ime L r oftheir



DC-fiB airliners were made d by able to the wife COn quade plu help ngnr the Du_ ttday herein hilicthm 11 I'tht


d-mhele" pilots and crews. the luggage. Terad m-t de- burned crewmen. r the
oftermined whltor who was no t 314-tr a. f the icasese ai the bwhei



t Class Service identified. JosfHdu W feted fire are Th receptionshed ap of hae rt anyfmm
The injured A vedias wer The ma thbf ma ked the s from Panama andi .
Dr. Class Service with its fa- the inry Man US wi Pere first aW thetmi~ba -a ever tme ie will meet to-.



bysx Califorim, mad nsTWiee 10 years at VStskl. AtperI01 YaMCAT I nI#-
Gall the "extras" or choose rtrude, w we~rte a hpeationa ely the oemiUOhs fo ar vited to hg a
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indoor leading b the dence inspired by thi M s a welcome to the by
cause inedqb .apom ttc taMers Ou lmuiajeir teA- ..'_ .WexprnhcdltAhe ., in.6 .
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terMankine. who uich fered lue MEMPHIStal Tenn. h 1-Shir- tt for the



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