The Panama American

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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:
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:
AA00010883:00154

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on city streets without being
CANAL TOLLS crushed by beer treks, the
Communist seined control of
A sr: my Dad's International union
and stole one million Wdb '
What I can't get through this thldk skull of mine, I a why from It, nearly ruining i tor
Sof the charge being assessed st bwing in the Canal all time. Judy's fat.ler ad her
111 0eare not legitimate charges against the Canal function. uncle, Toe Tavim, were close to
erything i n charged against housing on a prCentage. But or in that onlon, working with
shouldn't tolls pay for operational expenses Why shouldn't the anti-Comintunists. So
lpay for finance and personnel and hogShe had her ties to po-
Therbusiness of the Canal is putting tth ships from one Uitical decency, but while
to. a anohe. Why shouldn't ships ay n this operation some of'n lo u et d tee
suffient to pay all charges appulnant to the cost smeared by tha Commies,
.. n tiht ? They need men to do thls work, and men she played with them. Yet
fS am#Msand children. noew she gos be ore the
S ad of Directors (who are conneeted with steamship SenateS ubComltt oon
wh argues that expenses pertainif- to men's family es fep-te jecwt andrey-n -,
sehels, and government, and elubboufse and movies and ports she Was sde-
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of everything in the world have gone up mostly cggeg gag 5gg Pbyoel
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HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Ex- TV In "A Star Is Born" opposite
elusively Yours; You might rec- Conrad Nagel.
S ate Mardlyn Monroe from tVie
neck down on the cover of a cur- PLUMS FALL ON NIVEN
rent girly-girly magazine, but
Vw l u'd never know it was Miss It looks like David Niven will
1-"-4oput of 1952 from the rea hair fall heir to some of the rich com-
lnid face An old picture of Ma- edy plums being turned down by
rilyn, taken during her days as a Alec Guineas, the biggest art-
-.' model. house star in the U.S. for the
,- past two years. Alec wants to be
That Shelley Winters! A Holly- regarded so).,ly as a great, tra-
.*.. wood scribe asked Shelley who gic actor from now on.
Was going to occupy the second Now it can be told how Lex
apartment in the duplex that Barker snagged one of the leads
Me~ley and Vittorlo Gassman in the Warner western, "Come on
u 't bought. ITexas." Barker, anxious to cen-
knrley Granger, who else?" vince producers be looks just as
'qg ped La Winters. rugged out of the jungle, paid for
a series of portraits that showed
Redy Lamarr's and Joan Craw- him off as a pirate, sea captain,
S Otrd's erstwhile flame, razorranger, cowboy, etc. His agent
ade king Joe Mailman. up and peddled the photos around town
carriedd Phyllis Gilbert in Miami. -and Warners was imprepred.
It was Mailman who was quoted ---
s asying. "I love Hedy too much Jean Simmons' tresses have
marry her." be.n turned flaming red for her
.. Irole of Queen Elizabeth In
" -, Anne Baxter's flin quote about "Young Bess." ..Bob Hope's
r famous architect-grandfa- burning-or pretending tot-be-
r, Frank Lloyd Wright-"on cause the British press is print-
weddla hight hbe wore noth- hiq every one of his priceless
it red ush"-reached !stage quips...." Th. Winding
v'u a eua. who asked Journey," a British movie that
'Whit be thoult of Anne. Gertrude Lawrence made with
ht put on a perplexed look,Doug Fairbanks, Jr., In 1934, is
said: suddenly in demand on the TV
clircult. ... John Wayne's 13-year-
a *e's a delightful, brilliant old son. Pat, Is playing a bit role
talented child bnt I can't in John Ford's "The Sun Shines
e remember whether sh."'s Bright." but everi'bo-'y at Repub-
daughter or my granddaugh- lic studio Is mum on tl'.- subject.


Comic Joel Grey tells about th
"----TTAL EMOTION qctor who "looks both ways be
fore crossing Hollywood Boule
i hMerman. Broadwva's per- yard or a woman."
li-'I emotion queen with 11 .
iwsn In 13 years. Is back 1i! Broderick Crawford, interview
,-wood for her brassv role of ed by a fan mag writer in thi
"' o Po'.-'s With the Mostest"' middle of a rehearsal for his firs
..a s film vers' in of Irvin, singing role in Warner's "Stop
.-.'-' musical political satire. You're Killing .'." was aske-i:
"alM .3
-E "' "* 'd'm." i "Do you always sing in th(
I.i. "li'e it will be "Call Me same range. Mr. Crawford?"
'.--.-y 'or Ethel now thpt boy "No." grunted Crawford "DrI
Rn'leet Fix's divorce iP fin- sing baritone. Wet I sing bass."
S' she's not committlne
...e- -'f on marriage to Six. pres- Revised Edition
d--' cf Contlr.-ntPl Airlines. Revised Edition
-- been married 'twice and T
la time I'm going to think It U fuide To World
w.eve" she's satai. The report
,.. ,iss howw- tthat she' Literature Issued
W.I ltslt it over mid again will
.-:- Meedme a bride. A guide to more than 1,250
'*"" English language books in all
Ithel's skipping a Broadway fields from the classics to mo-
shnnv this winter "after six dern novels, plays and poetry has
ts a week of 'Madam' for al- just been released in revised
iif"- Mire y" Ih faln ith ivrat aivar 'itioj' bv the
I S0 "she even nixed a monthly New American Library of world
*fSr p "beoat 'm In no ruash Literature, publielrs of Signet
IB t ti!.' "'. i and Mentor books.'
mmt Entittled "&db"d.eAding," the
-In little old crowded New book is particularly recommend-
-Ve'- to the western wide-open ed for students and readers who
"et"-." wOuld like competent. nrofes-
i. nallidfW exploringig the
te 1 bte rome wealth of'wdture.... CrETS AMOU
e- hs twiced l biasnamdof he book offers advice on sub-
the r"ncl-its I've seen out here." jects ranging from the clal.lcs of
t- rarbo.l's fl n a to o 'Grebeee and Rome through mo-
ett-, able s reuoal to e o 0dern Amprican. British aSi con-
ramatic in "Blase of Glory "- tinental novels and books from
e -as replaced b Jean Peters the Orient and the Americas.
-will cost her only four weeks' -.... L--"
r lprr, Her suspension ends with
e enrWp'.-tion of the rvloture.... GETS AROUND
Poa Ia ocedlctinr flah stardom
4 W 21-vear-old Knthleen Crow-I Columbia, S. C. (NZA)
Sa Miss America contestant South Carolina has met 66 dif-
IfnttNew fJet 9 49. in "The ferent schools in football since
uver Whip.'" e clicked first on Ientering competition in 1895.

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week frmi oa to Los Ai or Ban ranedse,
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FOR SALE

.SALE :-Thor washing machine,
, .1tldolre, 7 cu. ft.; Wetsinghohuse
S cua.-ft.. ol 25 cycle; S.mmons
1 roa n davenport-bed; 29 x 12
1 'Wol pile rugs. maroon, 2 smaller
S t' d rugs; maple platform rocker,
"lAnl spring mattress and coil
t double bed size; Twin bed.
31^ieMe; 2 single mattresses and
n spf Dinette with 4 chairs,
?M1trs. 36" venetian blinds;
1Vrsl trunk; Electric clocks;-
mixer; choirs; chests:
hg-fets; lamps; Dishes; Fiesta;
8. Articles Leaving. 721-A.
'-bee.2-1695.
S E: Rattan chair, tables
l "S5; bamboo chairs $12.50
E. washing machine, 5 $110.
20 Inch $25; Rugs; Kitch-
cabinet; Table; Misc Items.
., A, Darien Place, Fishbowl,


SALE: Eleven pieces of 2
Philippine Rattan. almost
$400.00, or will sell sepa-
ly. Call 2-3312 after 4:00 p
or see Cpl. Brosius. Amador
15..
SALE:--Cheap. Almost new. 3
bi ce Rvinmroom set, dinng table,
lity cme. 7035 Apr. I. 8th.
Colon.
S9iKNTEO:-Vaceaton quarter, A,-
.-ntic Side about October 15
: hae Crlstobal 3-1247.
.R SALE: Metal Sideboard and
lTable; $40.00. 1406-A Carr St.,
j3Ilbea 2-1247 Balboo.


SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Aport-
ment furniture including refriger-
ator, stove and heater. Telephone
3-4569, from 10 to 12 m.


FOR SALE
Astomohit..
Service PeMrsel and Civilian
insist t,-
Goevmmwe iim FmInan C.
When f fowes mw aw"
Ssud car.
Na. 48 Aa1 m ,e 9eow
Phee 8-.44 3 5-4955


FOR SALE:-Used tfres, passenger
& commercial et Agenclas Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan. Good general condition. New
battery, new brakes. Call Balboa
3040.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.-1952 Hud-
son Hornet sedan. Will take old
car as down payment. Albrook
Qtrs. 229-B. Phone 86-7202.
FOR SALE:-1948 Mash Coupe 600,
duty paid, excellent condition.
Price $800.00. Call Hull Cristobal
1760 during office hours, residence
*Colon 1463.


FOR SALE: 1942 International
Pick Up 34 Ton Truck. Duty Paid.
Commercial Inspection passed in
C. Z. 2 new tires. New battery,
motor excellent, $500.00. Wason
house No. 513-A. Red Tank.


FOR SALE:-Or trede, 1951 Cadillac
Coupe, De Ville. A beautiful car.
See at 5333-C, Dioblo, C.. Z. After
6 p. m. daily.
FOR SALE:-1942 Packard 4 Door
Sedan, duty paid. Paraiso, C. Z.
103 Apt. H. $300.00. Tel. 4-
268.
FOR SALE: '48 Packard 4 door,
very good condition. Phone Navy


"ft SALE:-9 ft. porcelain West-| "U'4'
house. Zenith console combino- FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Sedan, ex-
Ctioe with records, stenotype ma- cellent condition. May be financed,
jchine with instruction b oo ks. dial 6-169, Gamboa.
matched golf clubs and bag. CashO SALE:-1942 Chevrolet
3298ly sseau R- G. Phone pck-up. Excellent condition. Good
S_ I rubber. $50.00. House 5724-D,
fR SALE: One gas stove, very Noble Place. Diablo, Wednesday
"..: 45 Street No. 26. and Thursday.
FOR SALE--1949 Ford convertible.
.Pilhone Mr. Davis, Balboo, 2810)-l
f ticSociety. 1868. 7:30 a. m. 3:90 p. M.
Mandmu n F-Wd.


It, C. N. Bohannon,
M f .Jerry Dars, Tow-
ja ftd Ubdon, sow-
* Clan Curt. Ow;ips. Darn
n R. McNa e T
Palma,.
o, Je Watson, Arche Mitra
a Lou and- John MslUan
IhIcA M R o b Robe.Ti
m BIB nox, Ciff Stern,
ke KaBidrin,
i l o J Rec-
Ronald Anger-I
1, oleman and Isaac
Morales, Henry
,ld and Cecil Al-
,saMb gser, Harry Doc-
.OIbmn ., Noel Gib-1
146 ore Arnold
htm ., Jim Wainio,

H WMek. Donald Bray-
MM doeI lMater, Bill
4IL y Lutro, KulBn,
a ngermuller, Dave Kel-
Bud tielleer, Donald and
Rathgaber, Irl Sandefs,
SODunaning, Norrls, Leo
iS., Bob LaPorta, Ray Nick-
kpr, Bob Turner, John Wl-
n, John J. Tobin, Jack unt,
Ilc MeOlade, B. Herring,
Sanders and Tommy Dor-


lb Pack 8 of, Nw Cristobal
their monthly meet-
7 at 7:00 p.m. at
! St hack in New Crie-
MI parents kId friends
to atte d.
L. Coste, cubmas-


Position Offtred


WANTED: Mechanica personnel
with ViNwft KmprWli Those
witoug 'p3F1 rMPtt not ap-
ply. Cabtact G. A. Car,, Pan Amer-
icon Wo ^"d Airws, TOCUMEN
AIRPORT, from 2:00 p. mn. to
4:00 p. nm. daily.
$ECRARSTepF(It Eng-
lish 6 Spanish. L brol salary and
opportunity for advancement to
person with special ability. Write
giving complete expert nce and
references to P. 0. Box 2007, An-
con, C. Z.

3 Zoskios Wiu
Door Prizes At
Elks Charity Ball
Three Zonl ns won door
prizes given at the annual EMks
Charity Ball last Friday which
was held at El Panama Hotel.
First prize winner was Nor-
man Anderson of Oamboa, who
won a washing machine or re-
frigerator. Henry Mosier of
Fort Kobbe copped a radio
which waa the second prize,
and Mrs. Herman Rogers won
5eC merchandise from Sears
and Roebuck.
Over 800 people attended the
gala event.


s. Ma Attend
at itM Clu
n William E.
o MiAght, were
gIeMs ttendinSg the
SWu by the infiser
Reltins unacle


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Sumi aa


MISCELLANEOUS


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Alheobl Aegmyme. ISe
- Anme.. C. .


THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
AND ONLY $45!
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the Peieme
Canal, to Celen. Sa Blewa, and
Puere Belt I
Lost Tour Of The Year
Oct. 3-4-5
(Sponsored by the El Panama Hotell
"Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Balboa,
Friday 6 a. m.
Arrives Colon (Strangers Club) 2:30
p. m.
Leaves Colon 9:30 p. m. for Sen
Bias and
Puerto Bell. returning Colon Sunday
afternoon.
Leaves Strongers Club, Colon, Mon-
day 6 a. m.
through Canal to Balboao.
Balboa to Son Bloas, return to Colon
$45.00.
from Colon to San DBis and return
$40.00.
Thru Canoonly (either way1 $10.00
Meals catered by Hotel El Panama.
Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit,
Flippers and spears for under-
water fishing), light jacket or
sweater, and don't forget your go-
mer Wiqd relh Of color film.
Please make reservations early
through your Travel Agent, or phone
Jungle Jim at Panama 3-1660.
(This is the last Son Bias 'our until
next year. Anyone desiring to
charter "Pescadori" for San Bias
tour Guided by Jungle Jim may
do so after Oct. 6th.i


BABY OiCNIm corsages, bouquets,
delivered anywhere in UNITID
STATES also PANAMA and CA-
NAL ZONE. Telephone Panama
3-0771. Cristobal 1033.


Dr. WENDEHAKE medical clinic,
Estudlonte Street No. 140. between
"'J" and "K" street. Phone 2-
3479.
PARENTS OF 'TiEN-AGE SONS: -
Give your boy lessons in dancing
as you would give him lessons in
golf or bridge if he expected to
play. Knowing the rules of the
tme is important Isn't it?
*W'*t# lessons can be a bu1ri
t 0 ur him and o lifetime 'In-
for you. Enroll him now
E Cofflirna berInlng c-
0 '"El Panama.. Please te-
Ng0* Llao Seae, Panema 3.
information.


fR SALE
^B~e~. f -


FOR SAL bSC F4 Can
A-i condition, 1470 and 1280
IP, 3 phom 25 cycle. 2300 volt
tO 1250 KW r 937.5 KW, 3
Ihose. 60 cycle, 490 volt, 300
-PM, Westinghouse Units with
Starting Equipment and Generating
Panels. Also 11000 volt, 25 cycle
trnsformrro to 2300 volt for use
with obove units. For Immediate
delivery call Electrical Equipment
Ca..JInc., Doveno, Iowa, U.S.A.
3-8059, for inspection and price.
PANAMA COLON AQUARISTS: -
Fish Food, Air pumps, Filters. Ac-
assartes, hat arrived. Panom
Acuario Tropical I I Via Espa o,
'p as" :Juan Prance Stabkles.
Pione 3 -4132. Colon: 8066A. 9
St. Ph& 1251-B.
FOR SALE. Dametiian puppies.
Phone Cr rtabel 3-1932.
If, you con afford.a Baby Gea"e
Piano, you can NOT afford t
Pass up this RARE 'fo0ortunlty to
secure a truly fine runient t
a FRACTfON of ln #.m eh. If So
Is beyond your *4 PLEA
don't Wate, ur tk anid oumn
MOy be seen thil s nlt_ from 4.-*'
30 until alx at ouart1n553-B Cu-
rundu HightsO or Oe Allen 273-
5261, for oppoinqsmat
FOR SALE:--2 1-4x 1-4 Busch
Pres Camera, Range Finder, Flash
Gun, Zeiss F4.5 lent, Il Shade.
Filter, Film Pock Adapter, 10 cut
Film Holders. $0St ~ W. ight-
lender '9 x 12 adapter, 12 cut
film holders, $4b.0. Oejur pmufe-
slonal 4 x 5 enlarger 4.5 lens,
$125.00. 510-C, Curundu Hlghts,
83-4243.


P.6k Sedgee,...
,

fltd. a- eardlany invited.
S l erw at


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PHILlIPS OcN"d1
only couat 5 Santa C"Y iAR
Oceanview fhrm all Cotalf "S.
to beach. Rock Gok, rmtt
barbecue and shuffle loerm 0
ama 3-1877. Moraarlta 3-14'
Box No. 435 Balboo.


INJOY COOL weather in Cerrp
Campana. Water, s90, It
Phone SHRAPNl., frolboea n
Gramllch Santa era beach.
cottage. Electric le boxeb, gas
stovn, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gambee. 4-567 Pedrb MI-
guel.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT: House of three bed-
roorhs, two bathrooms, porch, maid
room. also garden with plenty rand,
and hot water connections. Prefer-
able responsible American family.
For information, Tivoli Ave. Home
14, Apt. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished residence,
office, livingroom, diningroom,
porch, Interior patio, 3 bedrooms,
with air conditioned, hot water,
kitchen, mold room. big garden.
Price 1275.00. Tel 3-3444, after
6 0. m. or phone 3-1477, during
office hours.

ROK RENT


Apnmerfns


ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished aportmefnte private *n-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
1386.


FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
meints with complete hotel-service,
hot and cold water, private both,
telephone svicee, 1 4or r"Ms
a ind balcri t 1r'eadlh
rates. Hotel Rbweft.' AC, Z-j





* rt. ,mforta 4 jto
.arraed couple wthrO
Sien strt 1.I_ sear.
1n black t,.h o-th 'JM, enLe,


WANTED
Ifiswerneemom
WANTED-To buy 25 cycle motor,
Easy Spindrier, or swap 60 cycle:
for 25 87-3105o Ft. Cla ton


Help Wonted


WANT -aold i pend, ,
housework, laundry and cooking.
Call after 6:00h. m. Bring refer-
ences. 742.A, Tolboa.


.OLLYWOC, ., Sept. BALL
I).- _t 18 s annual
Bow ofa a" J .uers' -.----

llay rota t o c- M
lomla blt to. 1,h e
tage's Tba w $80
tow staged b a I n
dollar cast of MVIars. A




Only one star 'who ..
It qw estimated
teat of the presget movie adhers "LO
aled to support their own Four
0M.t 1e. bom


ilng those performing were
B Barryme ddy Oattor,
ik-1trson. a Ben nym Des-
aibi, 2, Jane Wyman, bapsy
mlKM-, Peggy Lee, and miens
a top name astomn.


7- 1bc


- ;- an ilICu Wtin
SWOVABLE ALUMINUM
S' SCREEN FRAMES.
AW these money aed we*t
S wtini advaiatbgis.
l. ,w to 40% cheaper thta
a v other screen
t. n be removed or e-
Caced in a fet second.
8. or 4 pound weight makes
tsanlnR a n Rht house-
1Mine fob.
&. ame never rustL rota or.
'lds Dalntinb.
5. een easlly replaced at
lon of umsi colt.
6. admits more air and m Ut.
hpe. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Centrs veA
Tel. 8-0140

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humspsetes Bairts S A
Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and crate or movs
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2862, PanamA.


OffiWACTM
0Dr. A. mnd W. ORR.LLAC,


(1 block from Ltum tWatw


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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
For the best wafe ta-et
-ew aMd sendl1emfl fur-
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WE BUt AND SILL
41 Af l'fl e af-
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DON, Sept,. 30 UP). -
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ibers will leave Brftait
for A goodwill tour o,
rnerlca.


The Canberras ll be accom.
varied by two RmWngs tranm-
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By EDWARD CANNEL /


NEW YORK. (NMCA) -0 Ninth
tyoit ladles eat in the bathtub;
biAl ll expode-t ofo Amer-
iat ore ekotIe trnms. They
wee gilggling am *,e water
sbplahed. Theyhad 81 idea .what
th, re doina to ed-blooded
The nine dot-i"Dancers
Of Sall" are here aS yepresenta-
tives of the tops t lent rom,
the Soith efa tale of Ball. And
they are or ahOus be what
every ,asn means when he Was,
"Ahhh tb, Soutf Seas."
Theb banee beUe discovered
the t b quickly. They love it,
It's Hlthbelng home In Ball and
sitting in the river, according to
their clhenea, Mr. and Mre.
ea tei mere tan bathtub
WaOeN dash n'an U faunese
drMt. Them la first ald fore-I
most the matter of architecture.
Thl Baift be iBauty Is as Beltm
as a shadow and curved like a
soda straw. 'When she's finally
out 01 Te nt 'ta U ased fl t
her long teath and
an h e
the hips. .. .-
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The Balinese, she explained,'
wre taught from the tie they
me seven years old to' rk ot1
tor thmseleves and be practical
a'fut their pesontO ftumes.
The e a jeowl" because t
never value. ut the ta
;lso want money with whICl% to
buy rice ft l itb hbeek. atU
akt be a problem n BAIL '


Althoat the daner smile, I
a set a e adop ,reas
when they started to dcpee. d I
they never becqme't.tlted or
lIttsased by an l..
"It is the ch t be -Bal-
lnese people," ra. i ad,
"to have no real calcaty fIr en-
thbuslanm."
To tp it ff, the prio t '
beauties of nhaU4 3 m-- i t
are hardly goU h "
They are not allowe,
their seWtive and
te maNal 4tbor. And they A
discourse from any entaot'
thotsht a"ukt men. They iBT


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BOCA NNI1RG SOFTBALL
LEAG UE
S Championship Series
M 4--u- Won Lost Pet.
3iD Madurteas 1 1.00L
lGss 0 1 .000
NEXT GAME
4 : p.m.. Wednesday
Balboa Mmdutitos 5
7 Optlea Sos A
1lIboa Madurltos got off to P
"flng start in the cbhampilonship1
of the La Boca Senior
J0 a1I League by shading Opti-
-ea 5 to 4,.in the opener.
S1ota Bosa crashed through
.4 O runs on three hits in the
fist tning, was scoreless In the
5o5m, but added another mark-
er I the third on Edward
P.Vft's homerun.
Jji~ed in the first two frames.
1Maduritos pushed across
ruTmns In the third on two
S a walk, and a hit bats-
Three hits netted them but
tally in the fourth, but
Iced the game in the fifth
two hits and an error con-
ed two runs.
singer started for Balboa
tos but relinquished to
ey, the winning hurler, in
fourth. Tudor. the losing
her, yielded to Lashley In the
3 T"e seed game of the fife-
series is scheduled for
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*'|-1-.Wiltvs Slisf into first
I a e r In Classic Bowling
:-a4ifne: 'Malee Hitq Season
U.. series Higbh With 6g0
The Nash-Willys bowling team
slid into first place In the Classic
Bowling League Friday night at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse
bowling alleys when they defeat-
ed the Seymour Agencies team
to 1. while the Sears team was
teSing 3 pointe from the PAA
.Plcers.
BillI Malee, anchorman for the
Atitrmobile Row boys, snapped
out a terrific series of 680, com-
ed of individual games of 204,
.S nd 241. to lead his team.
a, liso break his previous high
1-1 sept two weeks ago, to]-
by MarabeUa with 558,
Uli"nn with 553. and Jenner with
_. Best had a poor night with

"7onr Seyemour Acencles, Bill
mwison held up with a strong"
*i followed by Cypert with 579
bOt the team was unable to win
"1'- the second game, the Nash-
'-s team taking the first and
1'-' games. and pinfall.
"`d Malanson's 635 series
Wi'it 590 series, and Coffey's
SerNes not the whammy on
M,' PlA Flyers' effort to stay in
Sace In the league. Sears
Totk ftle first game 916 to 843.
when Hermann and Eady ran
* l of splits and misses, picked
.V IM he second bv 8 pins, which
,mWt right into the final frame.
t r topped the third In a high-
:H*t1 spree which also went
lae the final frame, the PAA
1a30 winitn out 980 to 957.
Slrs took the pinfall. Morton vl
W" hih for the Flyers with 580. b<
fofnoVed by Eadvy with 566 and a
'diren with 561. dl
Le
Classic League standings after .3
tUP play: th
STeam- Won Lost Li
*WaIh-Willys ........ 8 4 a
-j_ Flyers .... .. .. 7 5 91
ars ............ 7 5 w
tmour Agencies .... 2 10 ri
10 leading bowlers of the i1
*Mue are now;
P ~ Team Games Ave. hi
Wash 9 220-7 tli
n Sears 6 194-0 t
Sears 9 193-1 le
Sears 9 189-1 se
PAA 6 188-5
Nash 9 185-1
PAA 9 1P5-0 hi
Sears 9 184-5 te
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tlla 212 14 182 558'
S. 1 187 177. 552,
S. 134 173 195 55'.
160 117 223 500
. .2 304 235 241 680
S 00 876 1018 28431
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WUPEOUR AGENCIN S
N1 .... 19 156 189 544
S. 208 225 151 579
0 164 193 160 517
W207 192 588
179 141 148 471
z. 4 92 84026W 0

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109 I 30 566!
ASO 190 541
M 1 i 586
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First Game

Title Series
. 0-
The boi score:
BALBOA MADURITOf
AE H
Jones, lb......... .. 3 0 0
Taht. as .......... 2 0 0
Hilzinger, p-3b ...... 3 1 1
Ganss, .... .... 1
Soyster. rt .. .. .. .. .. 3 0 1
Roberto, 2b ........ 3 0 1
P. Hale, If .. .. .. .. 2 0 0
H. Hale. cf .. .. .. .. 3 1 1
Malene. 3b .. .. .. .. 0 1 0
Hamilton .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 0
Cheney. .......... .. 0 0 0
Totals ..............23 5 5
OPTICA SOSA
AB R H
Griffith. 2b .. .. .... 1 0 0
DeJanon. ss ........ 2 1 1
0. Raveneau, lb .... 3 1 1
Puesey. If .. ...... 3 2 1
Farquharson, rf ..... 3 0 3
Prince, c .......... 2 0 0
Thomas ............ 1 0 0
W. Raveneau c ...... 0 0 0
Brathwaite,ci ...... 2 0 0
Joseph, 3b .......... 3 0 0
Tudor, p .. .. .. .. .. 2 0 0
Lashley, p .. .. .. .. O0 0 0
Totals ............... 22 4 6
Score by innings
Balboa Madurntes 0 0 2 1 2-5
Optical 8osa 3 0 1 0 0-4


?To2Yao Se hb WI
Thst \2 pen aut races be hi
the _ub owncra w 1 hO.- ta
moAt in the poce '.
A United Prbas vy how
11 major league, c a tered
oes in palf adnt
iwar. nlyfle too te( r
attendancee "ever-a t Ae-
age for the matjrs hows a
eight and nine tenths petaent
drop.
The only teams to 'crea
their attendance were-the I
rans, the Washington Senators.
Philadelphia A's and St. Louis
Browns In the American League,
and Cincinnati and Ohicago in
the National loop, the Browns
had the biggest boost. They drew
225.796 more than last year.
The Yankees show a minus
312.847 even though they won
their fourth straight pennant.
Brooklyn, in winning, drew 194.-
280 less than last season when
they lost.
The over-all attendance their
year, in both lentgues, was 11,.032,-
782 a drop of 1,433,894 from
1951.
The Yankees topped all others
drawing 1,637,280. The Bostor
Braves played before the small-
eat gathertin and drew on]i
81,000 admissions.
















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Vinal wonhis sDu h LW ton'tthe a I wfl i mn ll bei
Sague batting n aca i at hy 4 studt
336 mark. while Parris ftin of Jo.10r 44r
tte A's repeatcord has ate the rk t i unor hi at.i
oks following* final a~fUon. S f Wsifllv mlol r-te



eagt'.' leader with a .327 aver- ocalm be t l, part y
gP. Larry Doby of Cleveland pod, we .lre inv.
on the American League home d the Im Kln Sit.
un derby with 32. Ralph t aw om at
! Pittsburgh and HM* Boost .4
bicato tied for Ifatio s*matue I OoIber title 404t, entrat
ohors with 37. Ro$bta iolbfh-iMta Ca. ,Lg 4 st. ImaS.
ie Philadelphia Phlft wound up, I t.he me "
he winnlng.-st pitcher In .ethO:S Wit1 uVVl Ites wafk
ague with 28 victories anA .th.tOn"socordlnSWt
ven losses. ermit.
BO---.
Welterweight ly Grah-a -'c- .. -
as been arrest, In. Cuba l4 0 a, tableI' *prtor'
chnical charge. of vioeatin I wo sthelu r ~r iegn
migtratlon lawsfrhaem, Flgp at BelmoAnt efe t
scheduled tto Set Wat ep *P-p i4tas athed -M go
eight Champ loav..O n. In third. -


IN THE STAUEST PLACES
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was full oft Iin
an cluttered u0 th* attic
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-yr-old Panamanian ws SEOUL, Sept. 36 (UPi Unit- On the western front avenging sUtporle by ht ank, In other developp:ta:
c d to serve five day.s ed Nations military officials be- UN infantrymen three times at- tacked ae 1) Sabres i
r v agrancy orn Viomian lieve there are between 7,000 and tacked Communists entrench- otar hours t he r total of Va
h fmir reviou 1imi 10,000 R s troops now in Ko- ed on Big Wor mountain, but added two M6e fl an troy, e p
a d four previous thi- rea authoritative sources here each time the Reds battered thehr at f. yed a" 1
r'afolleowdin another car ttoay. Allied troopS back. matched. th Itncrease In oot doim WX iVi
Old i Highway The Rusas are manning an- It was on Big Nor that Grek power wfth relforcemenu of t nafg see m trty er
Al4S nrt Caywn a -year-dyd U-atrcraft guns. but are no be- troops were tragically defeated aw. After an all night ba 2) Invader light b:H true tK to
an, Lt. y Thom as te- g used as front line combat Sunday by mistaken UN bomb. Reds final l gave up. ain Communist as tee itt
SJr.. was fined $10. Amin- troops. i nck on the western fr 6 adding to the frost
t accident resulted when S- At 8th Army spokesman said: n the east central front SOuth fight broke out again on e locomotive and S of
car bumped into a vehicle "They are not formed into dlvi- Korean troops battled Comaien- le when an undtterl ks; o
front of Hes with the on. They ae in the rear areas." ss dug n on unnamed hill br of Redsprol bO te M .e 3) Superforts hit Omianutl r
Recon dancee at For t He would neat comment further. which the Republican of Korea battled height. The Commun front line pooltiont oh the .
-roiatfia F tHowever, toinher authorita- 3rd Division had lost yesterday. fhade four separate attacks aM t1l front,
foPwfo d Oa-arnts were placed onr to e a tRsshat ther n Rua- Action also Increased on thet UeMill, but were forced to with 4) Eigth Amy ldq ot th
^e robation. The won SIa s raans inanti- central front, east of wnMoMt, i* under heavy UN artille the Commae i
cm^arue Correa 2f. who drlfr afn e tt r where four Chinese pliatda:, ad inortar fire. unds of aaullery1rts wit
vu d loitering under quat- n lte2wd 4 hu- scr14 UN pot a e ptpoi lsrty-
n15D3 Gavilin Road in Balboa. a 3sytIn the 24 Iuj t 6 i noa t..,
trATolipe Aroserieena. 24. who,, Thme -8 also commented: eW lS t u e tc .sterday;,t
driving a truck on BalboAnd, Ii they're count-d ..w)The d tNAVY em11111. a
without a valid certificateIn upChinesed Bedell Smith Unexcited werewo dS
I nmpection. Both are Panama. North K arp doing with lt shere w m _t.a s
_;'____i.__n_ rt was laSted that the Par terqup .Bmmuists In CIA CunDmomgbaet li, tM lbRUaL -tl
u-r-cT-- ^5^ff&^By Communists In CIA s aai
Haile Selassie estiated a loer number of rt .i at e
Russians in h wa orea-about MO M ei -t
Sves Tuskeqee thAm e who made WASHNOyOM. si. 3am ( SMcCarthy (R-W>.l) agai 6 01) PekaSlthf tt iS
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SIhitute $1MAla t 30 UP Krea usanshedo the overnbt's sw- The Intenak agetoy h metat S!
thereP are not eftmieliRuen sieret Centre Intulnigenee A&- charted M-t dieermnK rpeie diesS yes terd a
,y eid today that Wa rom_.S n.t.t"e00'k10i"-.
Tuskegee Institute's "efforts A North Korean security of- cy, sd today that h eai_ fa .__entl roh o s aedt a i a
towed human betterment" led fleer at Panmuntom whO desert- understand why ane a word fa evalwatlt .them e Irn a vlaI w a
today to a $1.000 gift from Halle ed to the United Nations last get excited about a "te4at y tiy- y l thl M l
S lassle. emperor of Ethiopia, week said he saw Caucastans in that thera are probav aB Itttn eal velopnts. Tt
o st i an admirer of two of the North Korea before he quit the Commulmists in the M =A. re revised enttantly S
ahool's outstanding personal- Reds. Smith. who unWlttgy "am tarought up to datu. ia nM
tles. Be sai be cold set be sure a r taobabelS th ) po f ..
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hopan bassy in Washing- slans, but w were cai tae fr
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