The Panama American


Material Information

The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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
lcc - Newspaper
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idle an tdokmployed men
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l aboard and not Panama*
1 United States will ny their
leafe a vacancy for Panamanians
mwith a law of reiitratln.
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itaWiy, th would afford employment to over
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Hnk it Is only fatf to let yotv)mgirnow tha I pent
rsfalU.nlS A. Marched
in your mannlam not evi waek fdr the Paloama
4= L. e said i f the Wol OR Come0 doWn
s reent in their c wonul eat uteak. Let mes
I don't think he s9 tu4ed percent. I have took
4 aabegra in school and I knot that one hundred
iag that there Is. After that It is mre. Thi would
a problem to the Commissary7. It Wold be all right
m t of butter and coffee it the percent were the
which Ia less than theone bun-
10 West and turkey 5t be out the
h un dred and even or some-
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a major ty
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John C. Ml
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Moeanny a'amme -was emuVgea.
. Thisa the second til.b Ve
Wisconsin senator's name
been passed. One of his
cipil troubles is that his
nmea report," whach is a
tary record and[effieinoyr
=. bears the tell-taes tm
This Is the dealgnation th
all U. 8. armed services O to
Indicate "political inteer-
ence" In connection WMh any
Senator McCarthy a Mai.
rine captain at the tlftl .* A.
allowed to rean froa t
vice 1March 19. I.e tSPh%
the Senate and was eled
Senator McCarty "1 a1%
S. Naval HNo sptaWv alE
when he leaiae that h se la

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tilliam J. U Oweak C.
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abry, Jr., a Charle. J.
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alniR only, 'aife s s-
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Marine Corps ane temiadu
oumfidential. It feels uh t tte
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oi 6ourt: The shrimp mortus Met Opera sta is on her n =f
a-comin' in U-I's way to Hollywood to pursue a 0 b4
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n the censors took a Vb l --a
tie blue Jeans Joannb STAND-IN I84 0pRT 12 Wh t takes
Stated to wear for her sexy Th% small, elderly man who's ari u g *
% a Creole girl on a shrimp een around.the Hollywood play- .1 W3 g b 5 "
S film. grounds and pony tracks with 14~ II P -ee .t--
modeled the blue jeans ebecca Welles and Yasmin 15 The who I* s h N. =
censors turned blue. Khan, Rita Hayworth's daugh- a. voa
t-ht," they protested tera, is 'herty" Chirelle, Orson 30 Chk -- .
t y int the ^...errere.' Weli' former valet. Plays bit 7 'c"nted
W' worn tighter oes before.'"roles thie days and is currently18 o ty planati 2 Aftwl r oner 11 Imal
Joanne. "In 'Retura of ,he stand-in for child star 1illy 3 -- IIf
tVxan.' Really, they looked i4 ay ir "By the Light of the il- I b21 Pac U
atHet tights." v,'rv Moon" at Warners. a 24Lnb -- LLabo
censors thought it over. 24 Watlae S Peol Attt' td ,l'i
were lady in that film," More evidence that Marion viem -
-eald. "This is a sexier role. Brando Is a changed man. Mar- I7 Warbl .
have to be subtle about it." Ion. well-scrubbed, neat and re- Sa
ri-a explanation, of course, for served, paid a vislt to Tony th plaid
ia cryptic memo to the U-I ward- Quinn's home. After he'd left, i34 Cha
=be department: "Please let out Quinn's brother-in-law asked: n
i e seats in all of Joanne Dru's' "Who was that nice-mannered- 7 M
We jeans." young man? I didn't catch his a'' F 1
Dorothy Lamoualr fitsed a a- 5 30 OMn bot
Suffer to do a dramatic
on film, "because I don't Preview Flash: "The Thief," 4 i "l rM
In In yset: a dramatic Ray Milland's new dialogless 4 Cnt
| bePftua I'm still starer, is a shocker of terror and 4h [.1
SlTot the riht musical ,uspense in the Osear Leagne ,co -
I oter teltvialon. that wll lift you out of your
theater seat. Clarence Greene l' .
11a1t 1i 'lgo dramatic if they and Russell Rouse have found i4 1 l aLm
Sme the fe story of Helen the first new film narrative form
0r to tde on the screen," in years.
E de i., **Thht would be a, ..Th..1 M ei'
--The local natives who" worked o Soap ,s. "e-
Swith Gary Cooper Ia "Return to elF e p.
Jarmilla Novotna. Jr.. lovely 19- Paradise' In samoa dubt.dahtm su- -
arW-old daughter of the gla-1"Kall. Kupa.". Theytse. quarter ygV1 Ag -
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UN ED FRUIT COMPANY than t oo. The translation: $l ti

Great White Fleet Mar ekfrd's overght b Army Officers i <'
out of "Circle of Fire" for Stan -
ley Kramer caught the etr Conduct Meetins
Arrives Kramer orgsation off balance.
NEW -LEANS SERVICE Cr;stobal Announted rwtao: 8tanley's Salvateion M Wagl, i "d
"CRIUI"............................ :failure to ge technicolor for the Mrs. Toha Martne, a bp -
B.S. "BYFJOR .............................Oct. film. The tgr1&;~ene reason: His tailed s ,ttfnal ot Will
S.S. "AVENIR". ................Oct. 9 failure to Vrenie the script as conduct two-day oVfol'
*S.S. "CHIRIQUI"....................................Oct. 19 Mary reciuested-. evangelUU meetings- _S....t.dthe
Handllne errigerated Chilled and General Caro. HF WON'T E Y t c tar
Now it's Dana Andrews turn- Paelfle & U e officers .O de-
Arrives ing down ganfW roles-thrte legates, W. left th g
NEW TORK hIS C .Cristbbal of them ad the tafme rea- by trl *1TA remain e
"_______-__ '-- -_ son: "'There wafeolor and til- ul nti ls S? en l

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I 8 8. .............. ..............Oct. 21
Mfy sltnhla on l wetve pffNer Shtir to New NoMI, M...

i bh'.. Wd to annoamee a new special round trip rate of
W" 4 4-,or gf age_ mn our twelve passenger ships sallng
1 Sl UhtO l -osa t Los Angeles or San Pranelseo,
4,, ktB -. n Loa Angeles. iMaketa Mutted to four
pismuir Mtlyev September 15th to May 15th.

OJISTOAL 2121 "- PANAIA 2-2804 -


QueetInM"T, Sar.t" No
r,. fls we enact
Way Itag#E qitosn feel
rst pangs of middle age
ount's "Reach for t

It L e nDe 'A*D I&desaw Co-
th-e tne on till a bathing
ia rope.... IDqlitger, baa- aft and called It It-Malaeco
ned in Japan dpring theuV oc- n
eopatlon, Just passed the Jap Movie quei to habby, as i-r
lensors-and is cleaning up.... ported by FPrhk ntalne: "'
It's open sesaa on fadftg stars. meet you half-way. I'll admit Iw&
o ltt Devis Just played one as a wgong if you'll admit I'm right,"

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"M'7 -9 ft. porcelaion West-
=, 'Zenith console combitn-
,with records, stenotyp ma-
p4 with instruction b oa k s.
died golf clubs and beg. Cash
S Rousseaou R-17-G. Phone
y 3298.-
SALE: Mahogany bedroOm
7 pieces. Phileo radio. Coffee
, Rattan. Bamboo. MounS
;, Apt. t Endlcott St., Diablo

..aiR_ SAL.:--9 cu. ft. Kelvinotor re-
i 'frigetor, spacious freezer com-
p rtment; 4 burner gas stove, both
,eoAellet buys. Call Paenma 3-
2108 Friday and Saturday morn-

R 2ll.E:-Westinghouse refriger-
iter,) cu. ft. 25 cycle, all porce-
laim in. lephone 2-4249.
SSALE:-SUrvel gas refrigerator.
7 cu. ft. Good condition, $40.00.

'.-Tel. 3-1568.
SALE:--One youth bed com-
p ete, $20.00. One baby crib.
cu te $25 00, one baby car-
-res j5..00. Phone 83-6255. Cu-
runS, 2006-A.
PMition Offtered
.. h 'r Spanish. Liberal solory ed
ewpejtunity for advancement to
-E perwn with special ability. Write
Sgivingv complete experience and
references to P. 0. Box 2007, An-
can.. C. Z.
i Man or saleslady wanted for
L large concern Write to S. S. Box
134, Panama. Giving experience
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Pbem 3.404 N4MI

FOR SALE:-Used trme, pewuer
& commweral at Agnces Cume,
on Automobile Raw No. 29, tele-
phone Panamao 2.4721.
son Hornet sedan. Will take old
car as down payment. Albrook
Qtrs. 229-B, Phone 86-7202.

FOR SALE:-1948 Nosh Coupe 600,
duty paid, excellent condition.
Price $800.00. Call Hull Cristobol
1760 during office hours, residence
Colon 1463.

FOR SALE --Or trade, 1951 Cadillac
Coupe. De Villae. A beautiful car.
See at 5333-C, Diablo, C. Z. After
6 p. m. daily.,
FOR SALE: '48 Packard 4 door,
very good condition. Phone Navy
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Sedan, ax-
celtent condition. May be financed,
dial 6-169, Gamboa.

FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac 4 door
sedan. Seat covers, radio and geed
tires Excellent condition. Phene
84-6247 or see it at Qtrs. 596.
8, Fort Kobbe.
FOR SALE:- 1942 Ford, new paint.
Radio 5-10-5 ins. I11I months.
5564, Diablo Heights, $275.00.
FOR SALE: Jeep complete over-
hauled, new tires and battery, for
information call Balboa 1632.

FOR SALE--1950 Packard 4 Dr.
Sedan, $1,750.00. Automatic.
many extras. 5711-8, Diablo
2675. ,..
FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker 5 pas-
*' eng0e Coupe. $450.00 down,
Telephone 2-4249.

Damf klh t i4

Line win l e r, w. V unnsmoor,t
who set foot five Assistant to
S for the first has been a a. ta O
is, 190, the nal b", Mhom Rtk^
Seat, farewell ele- the 6a the I
for PlVarent Theodore inni ed Wedneay at Bal-
It who was ending a boa Heights.
. 1fTor the cigt, 8fluAnDoor succeeds A. C. oed-
190 and 1914'1nger as the Canal member of
the attended thBoard.HeBoard He has had con-
ishoe in derable experience In handling
Rd flma.l s wae of aMe Problems in the course
M .t% .r a f te Ca- a his regular duties.
School in the Other Ware Board members
a still the Isth- are Howard E. Munro and John
L hre -,' are L. -4- J. Tobtn. Central Labor Office
Nmls and Service DI- members.
imj.4FA. Prazer of the
S.iad worked for a RPSho Sr
_bout 2915, as an RP Shoe Store
rtB clerk in the old
S- J o. C- Features New
k W Chief Clerk-M -
attedin sc hool i n X-Ray Machine
COhe, worker for a
il Washington and The Aurora shoe store at No.
WUe ArMy d the OS Optral Avenue opened a new
at Wor ld War 1. he anun this morning.
to go to work in
o011 Section of Among the latest in style, the
o eau. store features a new X-ray mea.
Mdr brief absence surin machine for guarantee-
ates sM return- ag exact fitting sizes n chl-
SR oue.,"his time dren's shoes.
TI'ekeeping section.
s .we abolished, he
" to the Comisesary .ai iiir
Section of the Ac- awUUU e -1 pK
W tment where he
..-S yeM he lved At wCeoir
d, Ohio, but cant,
4thldhood' home Another near record i oam-
iL tselnCommia ohnaswas set last =mo t Ut
Section HIs total 615 tmlu by large. O
TUce is about 25 years. 61 tng sels o by age
the aU-time eul ti
d Employe lat ,ac todSa'

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Dr. WENDEHAKE medical clinic,
Estudiante Street No. 140, between
"J" and "K" street. Phone 2-
TERS: The new dress isn't half
as important as knowing how to
dohce well end a course of
dancing lessons will cost you less
money. fteN your' child now in
the Cotilliont beginning October at
"El Panama" under the direction
of Lione Saers. For Infgrmation
pieus telephone Panama 3-1565.

NJ FiFIns"

FOR SALE:-2 Frequency Changers,
A-1 condition, 1410 jand 1280
HP, 3 phoase, 25 cye, 2300 volt
to 1250 KW r .5 KW, 3
phase, 60 cycle 4*0 volt, 300
RPM. Weetinas Units with
Starting Equlpme d Gerierating
Panels. Also 100 vlt, 25 cycle
transformers toa 200 volt for use
with above units. Per immediate
delivery call flotrtcel Equipment
Co., Inc., Deveniprt, Iowa. U.S.A.
3-8059. for infection and price.

FOR SALE:-2 1-4 x 3 1-4 3usch
Press Came, Rg Finder, Flesh
Gun, Zeiss F.5 tens. Lens Shade.
Filter, Film Peck Adapter, 10 cut
Film Holden, $105.00. Voight-
lander 9 x 12, adapter, 12 cut
film holders, $40,00, Dejur profes-
sional 4 x 5 enlarger 4-5 lens.
$12500. 510-C, Curundu Heights,
FOR SALE:--Germen Shepherd (po-
lice) pups. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Beloba 2820. House 150 Prospect
street. one way street to Quarry

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office, livingroom, diningroWm,
I porch, Interior patio, 3 bedrooms,
with air condi tiped, hot wd T,
kitchen, maid Trnom, brg garden.
Price $275.00. Tel. 3-3444, after
6 p. m. or phone 3-1477, during
office hours.

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closed gardens. 8061. 10th StrWit.
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to be e quoted isenhower a sAy-
Sto bIng that if the adminIMtrt~top's
MY" M O 11 i #u1 "elect plie power prograin is er
Of an As out f &orwd, "the government wi
So*u tell you how distribute Your
Slel. tive a the wer the government will do
o!hil r ,prM Mtd e lot ;his and that, the government
ot* s t ldrbing the past 20 does everything but come In and
where toyd they, are wab the dishes for the house-
Job anif American wife."
ve "40 per cent more Mr. Truman said li. wasn't
real o ." sure It he was being accused of
etall eourity: "I told you so- building dams or washing dish-
TMl eirtim should be extended es. Pbut I do know that the whole
md tSfits,... increased: we statement doesn't make sense."
S Spite of Republican "We the Democrats will plead
to load on a lot of re- guilty to building the dams." he
nd crippling amend- said.
e "And as far as washing the
t Promised to expand dishes is concerned, we've made
Mkh a _utilek; "we did that; a lot of progress on that, too. We
g are dlg new hospitals have made it possible for bouse-
h m centers; we would wives to get cheap electricity so
even farther in im- they can Aff6rd to have electric
Ourm system of medical washers to do the dishes, and we
a t been for the have brought electricity to mil-
he Republican lions of homes that never had it
before." I
i-testa "I told you in 1948 In contrast to this, Mr. Tru-
i do omething a- man said the "one positive so-
pees"; in 1960 Con- tio" of the eubileanm Party
price controls and ina apeet to puable power was
iatlten has been to change the name eof Boulder
iepelfective con- Dam to Hoover ,Dam.
'p republican Mr. Truman paid public power
le. .. le "as much of .the American
a Iy "a few months a6go system as the public schools, mu-
Senate Republicans nicipal waterworks, the post of-
VM oper cent of House flee or national forests" and that
WH votes to end all OG AdIkt 1. Stevenso* will '-1

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t 1S fathatwmlnt.1' *" lIa. W, hffe-t q J-
If the Republicans win, he elaiof- oMeO a Ml o Aa
Kalls ll1 said "it wll bq11 gtime bfre i e ald t y inew of no
Sr 24 Woe plan.
Sil'aden of the volunteers from
bby sts for Meanwhile Elsenhower accused 37 states gathered here to coU-
hopolles." the Truman administration of duct pop conferences and meet
that In endanpgring national unity by with Stevenson the Democratic
1ftnt- "crushing" with political buse candidate and his esmpaign
l any b rtisan appoaan b to for. manager. Wilson Wyatt.
.- rign a airs. George Ball, executive direoadr
spulbftl Campaigning aeros Michigan, of the volunteers, told of the Re-
r *eMM home utto of the late Sen. Ar- oubllcan campaign plan at a
tlhon t V ndenberg. BEenhower business meeting.
dication of said eve.y thing for which Van- He said the "blilt" Is sup-
i lorsm denbu l d a world states- osed to ever 49 eountls In
the man. nw endma ed. he 12 key stat of Cnaeetl-
Nwor swale. It not porae to have out. Marylank New Jertey New
of private oma 11he 0co-6tton O t e rk, FPefnsaniat Ohio, In-
a ^ratenl=s of diuMis MIehlgan, Illinels, Wis-
0SAiM" y ft'w1u r me sinl, Iowa and CalifornIa.
.... l Ball distributed copies of the
p san, entitled '"How to InstM ait
he i isenhower Victory in Novem-
mn nto can ond up un- ber" which listed the fo lowin
A* part Sdgft a "patSap" approach. ref"ns for selection of the 11
l.." i. Wh~ cngb n tts "entl re- states:aa
S di.t'* 6 g ilslts in foreign 1) "Substantial elements of the

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aisinhower wa biddig hard
SMichigan's 20 s 0o 6l voter.
The state went to No, t BM X.
Dewey, the G OP Ft11inA, 18I
by the slim trgin ,of 00
votes, and It is a major battle-
ground thief year.
Elsenhower's theme was keyed
to Vandenb5g, the ahlef Repub-
iMan architect of han-ptlsam-
ship in foreign affairs, who died
in April, 1951. XlsenhoWer said
Democrat are undercut t I ng
Vandenbetf long effort to keep
politie short of t water's edge.
"At Bay City, Elsenhower de-
nlin himself from criticlpm at
' determination to support all
blisean candidates for con-
Ce Including such controver-
al figures as Sens. Joseph R.
MoCarthy of Wisconsin and Will-
laX& Jenner of Indiana, both
up for re-election this year.
"Certain people have criticized
this crusade, saying that It can-
not possibly bv a crusade because
some people in It don't agree
with me on a number of meth-
ods, ideas and practices," Elsen-
hower said.
"I bay, 'So what' If those
men are with me in hoping to
develop a stable, intelligent,
comprehensive pease in the
world; If thev want to elimin-
ate a scandal a day from the
Washington administrator: if
they want to step the cheapen-
Ing of the dollar; If they want
to eliminate the extravaganee
and waste from the Washlng-
ton scene and avoid cutting in-
to our tx money to pay for
duplication, Inefficiency and
isompetenee; and If they
want. finally, to establish com-
plete loyalty in our movern-
meat, then I say that it is a
Meanwhile backers of Gov. Ad-
lal 2. Stevenson said they have
uncovered a Republican plan to
"blitz" voters In 12 key states
with a $2.000.000 radio and tele-
vision drive in the. Usk W"
Weeks of the preMent' cam-
Volunteers-tor-Stevenbortr Iwl
era said the plan Is designed to
fll the air waves and TV ,
WnIM Elsenhower L*04 tna.
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TPanama Are), th tlwmns-
sles were first tested in 1947 at
the Amnnyl Engi lee Rtearch
and Development Laboratory, Ft.
Belvoir. Va.
Webqter, who was employed as
a research engineer at the .time.
applied for a patent through the
legal branch of the Engineer Re-
search and Development Labora-
tory and a final patent was
granted In May of this year.
The local test model nozzles
were built In the field mainten-
ance sheet metal and machine
ahope at Albrook Air Force Base.
In operation, the various sized
nosales take in a prepared solu-
tion of water and concentrated
foam mixtures, and by means of
air induction aspirators on the
nozzle activated by the passage
of the lquid tI" ftusgh the
ono ^ dficharge OtlIk mss of
foaM. The d-behrat .9"m is
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WASiwaOTOi. 3et a (oJ3
-Repr ntatiFeof rM
tiota In Latin Amnerloa, Durope
and the Par East attended
services here Sunday honoring
US mothers of sons and daugh-
ters who have died helping to
save free nations fromt aggres-
The ceremony here was held
at the Tomb of the Unknown
Soldier in the Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery. It wh sponsor-
ed by the American Gold tar
Mothers, a nationwide organi-
uatlon of mothers who have
lost sons and daughters in
America's struggles for world
peace and freedom. It was part
of nation-wide observance.
"We Gold Srar Mothers take
pride In the ect that our sons
and daughter meared up to
these ideals and consider it an
honor to wear the Gold Star -
a symbol of an honamble death
in line of ddty to combat." aid
Mrs. A. W. Nielsen, national
president of the orgalnisatlon.
Pointing on( that the mem-
bers of their otgalation in-
clude mothers of World Wars
One and Two, Mrs. Nielsen add-
ed: "Today the sons of Ameri-
can mother are fighting and
dying in Korea. Many of the
mothers also are among our
membership and to them we ex-
tend the hand of understandinw
and sympathy with the payer
that their sacrifice may hot be
in vain."
Mrs. Nielsen, who lost her son
in Belgium during World War
Two, has Just reutrned from a
trip to Europe where she visited
six American cemeteries.
The US Congress in 1938 de*
signaled the last Sunday in
September as the day to honor
Gold Star mothers of the na-

7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-Request Salon
8:46-U. P. Commentary
8:15-Opera Concert
9:00-Short Story Theater
9:30-Story, U.S.A. (VOA)
10:00-Cavalcade of A meric
10:30-Adventures of PC 49
11:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOA-Voice of America
BBC-British B foadcasting
RDP-Ra lodlffuslas Fraacmls

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volunteers obtained a copy f the M
plan froam 1h Chicago ad agenc 7:46-nmun Seion
Which he would not name. 8:00-atl of 1Ivy (VOA)
He also said a Wall Street 8: 0-Mude of the GOa 90's
banking first had printed WO 8: h -.U.. Commentai
copies of the ian. 9:00 Paul Temple (C)
Progn morning to night, dar- 9:30-Opesa qnceat (VOAi
Ing interludes normally throb 10:90-Dance Muside
bing with the merits of follicle 0: 18-Muslcal Interlude
shampoo or some new. Improved 10:30-Moonlight Mood
detergent. that takes the drudg, 11-:00-The Otl's Nest
cry out of your laundromat the 12:00-8ign Off
air waves and TV screens will be -
filled by the omnipresent Gen.
Eglenhower every hour on the Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 3
"The air will be thick with pe- AM.
litical soap suds and gooev with c:00-Sfitgn On and Alarm Clock
tasteless bubble gum." Ball said. Cwo
For TV purposes, the plan en- 7:30-4nquest Salon
visioned local persons appearing 8:15--Mifoiln Varieties
on film to ask the GOP nominee 8:30-MUos Reveille
a question. D:00-NeWs
Ball claimed that Elsenhower 9:15.-Cooe and Get It
already has spent "eight homey 9:30-As r See It
hours before cameras and mikes" 10:00-News
preparing material for the 10:05-Off the Record
"blit." 11:00-News
The plan prolposed that Elsen- 11:05-Off the Record (Contd.)
hower's answers to the questions 12:00-News
show "his complete comprqhen- P.M.
sion of the problem and ha de- 12:05-Lunchon Musle
termination to do something a- 12:30-Populdr Music
bout it when elected." 1100-News
"Thus he inspires loyalty with- 1:15-Personlilty Parade
out prematurely commitft. him- 1:45-Promenade Concert
self to any strait-Jackethig an- .00--Amerloan Journal (VOA)
swers," the plan said. Vl--Sonpg of France (RDF)
_----.-- 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:46-Battle of the Bands
- :00-All Star Concert Hall
rOan P-Makers' 3:15-The Little Show
S :30-Music For Pridav
l f TA 1 A 00-Music Without Words
1 UJ MU 4:15--Casa Loma Time
Ado R P 7 4. g4:B0-.What's Your Favorite
nWigfln Rg 5:35-What's Your Favorite
.Fe safety in the Panama area 0:00-FADS AND FASHIONS -
r -hd an added boost h wek (Faith Foster)
Three foam-making alumiuml 6:30-Phileo Rendezvous
ao s. tle lMrgeUt of whith 1 0:45-Lowell Thomas
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NEW YORK, OTt. 2 (UP)-ne Dodn, rid-
k e crvt of a wave of optimism aft their first ,
lin a World Series opener, neMlhated Carl SLACY
=. to oppose Viec Raschi today in the hope of
a 2-0 edge over the Yankees in the 1952

.Sobered by Joe Black's 4-2 vlc-,ther Reese was on first or see-
'bry over Allie Reynolds in the end.
s Z eat Ebbets Field tester- bi.ider waited for the pitch he
the odds makers maintain- liked, and when Reynolds whia- "
tf the Yankees as favorites to tied a fast ball down the middle,
in the Series but cut the odds bynamo Duke blasted away. The
- --.i. them from 8-5 to 6-to-5. The ball sailed high over the right-
Yankees were also 6-to-5 favor- field scre .n and the Dodgers led
tea to win today's game and 3 t Th Yanks began to come
even the Series at one game a- apart at the seams. ..
Another capacity crowd -er- McDougald bobbled a grounder
Ilps calling yesterday's record by Robinson at third and Jackle
S trnao of 34,861-was expected was safe. Then Reynolds made a
to crowd into Ebbets Field. faulty pickoff attempt for a sec-
the brties moves over to the ond error and Robble whizsed to
r T kee stadium for three games second. Roy Campanella ground-
1inning tomorrow with the ed out to end that threat and
11M two contests If needed Black still faced his biggest test.
flteduled for Ebbets Field. The Yankees had no quit In
Sodger Manager Charley them and Joe knew it. In the
bremseM said there would be no seventh after Irv Noren walked,
h Seimpg in his spining day McDougald was nailed on a
uuieqp but Yankee pilot Casey binspled double play started by
.eB. I ~aidM t was possible Billy Cox at third. Came the
rne WoodItl would replace eighth and Gene Woodling went
f t Nno la leut field. In as the lead-off batter, pinch-
Woodling, who did not start in hitting for Reynolds. He crashed
he openerowing to a pulled a triple into the far corner, and
I Alsele in the grointripledo sre on a flv by Hank Bauerte..o
Je,'Black as a pinchhitter in the But n h a wa al fi tYn
t inning and insisted that But that was all for the Yank-
was ready to play. Stengel s The next five men went down
Id It was a "fifty-fifty" chance in order.
Wodlng would start today. In the meantime. Reese, the
S ae Yankee manager, howev- oldest Dodger in point of service
,a wa expected to insert him and the only man remaining who
b the lineup primarily be- played in the 1941 series against
Kse he was behind in the Se- the Yankees, accounted for the
S.1ft39 ad needed added punch, final run when he hammered a
WVoodUng, who tied with MIc- homer into the left-field stands \
] Mantle for the club batting in the eighth. -
with a .311 average, will hit That gave the "Little Colonel"
with Yogi Berra dropping a special distinction. It was his
"' fifth if Stengel pronounces second series homer. No other
*"'fit Brooklyn player ever hit more
'' .'T basic facts of the Series than one.
bp.' itlmon demanded that In the second inning Reynolds.
nl use him if at all possible. a 'btush-back" pitcher who ne-
only one team in all the ver hesitates to throw a ball in
rld Series history has won tiht mnd out this is a dan-
rld title after losing the first
ai s of a classic and erous practice when applied to
berhapik above all, real- J"e"kM u tdt, -
tremendous tactical ad- Jahek, get.up after, irpping
achieved by the Dodgers to the o to aM$ the
bett Mllie Reynolds pitch. ope~f e S aft
were ad whete.a *'e | 3 ehp
th e e Dod rs were Weto k- te tletftld d a*ttear
.. ipher whom the Tan- the foet lhle.
S o ta had warned, 8ti gel McDoagald, the bige wheel in
the most difficult to last y.Yal'e sette for the Yank=ees
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of (Ml enj
a He, after
Allen mad 1
wick andto
decided t
partner, 1
was called
t:In t

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great tetle trllMblur,
the Capt one O ft t
better lad of the lub in
Mrs. Hrrie er
This yoBi wt permit '
ted to .M bt from -te
ladies' tee er bonslten
in outdrlvi me OAptalb et lai
abled him the second
shots and d can gainsay A
that the a' is not an "iron" .
man, and iuly a grand per-
former in the presence of the
fair sex.
Here art tha first round reT dy,

tanrger oVid
sti n over
over fanner-Rut-
ntt, over HUtdle-

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(UniteL Sports WQtter)
NEW OORK, Oct.'2 (UP) -
Dallas Ward, a uiebut affable
WeSterner wh bi slowly ledI
the Uhlveralty of Colorado out o
the football woOds, yestbt'dy w*
named the flited Press Oach
the Week.
The 46-year-old native of Let-
inglto, Ore., earned the honor
after Colorado held tow l
Oklahoma to a 21-21 tIe at t-
ura, Vol the 80ene., m
thtrst 0 they ha alr-to
wilta, comferen#e* die
since I r
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S 1in wthe third game of --ift "il. to the *atsg .
I 2n25 is a small right- Mcb w g .atti d bstace that
Sabo;ut five fee tenon akles I & lok Ilne en hould be
A a.s ae m& v a pepup pipsqueak, apparently
Sh In v zar puzzled Back. who head not en
anybody like that before.
Opitehed in two games t he wtmn't baffled for longer.
i Yankees in the 1949 He bore down then and struck
Sr ai and has a 18.2f out te- next three batters to re-
t a ,e7 In i the.egl e s tire the side. He truck out slt
ms-dwve tedimarktbly in altogether.
,Ibt lw years. Phil Rizzuto and Mickey Man-
te put Black into one of his Yew
'i na h Ia Ser d au- Jams in the fourth when the
Sa better ever the Yankee shortstop singled and
pk, this yw;b he was switch-hitting Mantle legged out
oely wwma lpih,~ er to a bunt for a hit. P.erra. a batting .
S*fes emplets gaes. Til bust all day, then forced Mantle
t dm be'im as a Rluauto went to third.
W p h'.P".teher. mesal Mantle took out shortstop
Sewsm many dtleat teese llke a fullback to prevent
3 mo wbreakesking v Wre .L Sh double play and Pe w '
Stsftl, on the other hedb. e spent most of the rest of the
b.-'nird power p g 5xr t-'-mpiIing. But he .till loo=
l dl He will carry seals ghty good roving around ie',
of I victories and atx de. e In the eighth. With RlzsU-_
fntn thte same. lt 'on third and only one out, Jd
bombers pt OCollins lined to Cartl Furillo b;
Wto eno i ad the. Takes found oat SN
my taB arm.
"#oft Ap1Wto back
ck pitched Ax-hit ball fr 1 3lhle It w 1
bbl~nq 4 to 2 victory over have N'en suicide er hmlcKe
tFeyafkees in the opening gane For threat was CampsaeUa
Mlhbe World Series 'the ball poised for te "kMl. '
7, "ke Dodgers. r.tting off In! There's a baseball lom thtB
tl t tin the series for the first it i& fatal to walk the fr
tet inh four meetings with th I Yankee batter in any finlag. But
. *.kees, put on the home run that also went by thO bIards for
14ww before 34.861 whoocpit-up bear-down Black In tie fifth. .
; the largest crowd r,.'r to: After I'. walked Mcbougidl, lie
*Se r.series eame at Ebbets Field. 'suddenly was In a pak of tron-
*. '-a qame,.which had rocked ble when Bily Mart singled to
: Atq for six innings as a puilsa- left. But Parko made a fine
* alithers' duel between Black throw to third to antl the slid-
'MlU Trnke.- Pre Allie Revrolls. Ing Oil. Martin went to second
1pt7f wias blown wide open by on the throw to third amd held
*" *" Pnider His towprlnn up as Reynolds groded oWt. A-
l two out in the sixth, gain It looked Mle tr-ablewhen
St over the'-oard Hank Baire arthel a short fly.
during Bedford Ave- t left, but Paftbo made a diving
?Ibm tfe story. and sliding catch to put out the
'i .' tmifrr'fckent Ne-ro tire
won 15 games and That was about stary for
9~nsrw during the regu- Bl ooklyn's proudest hear l'i pa-
Bm~bd the upper hand ny a long year. PrtWitg thle 1to
wt esRte the fact .the experts who wilted the
ngeo a reliever thrust Dodgers once again wld Ie no i
M pti -asM the opening match for the atie TTak.tlis,.
te v worked nerfertl" .op guys for one dg.
tAldv "bl'rk-lacked"
Sa tters and was aid- '.T
lwn defensive suoport SHORT -, -
-mva -bowed thp Ynnk- -
'tsB time it might be aI N W YORK Heawe 1 '* all the way Champlon Rocky
were tied at 1-all on laves on a tour as a
qauler homers by referee next Monday. The
i McDougald pJlete ItIerary of the fl
SBums" 1 .- a t been announcedd.
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earl r M.rrano, dlir-
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he played Ar mIdbnWe of
center all seas on m 1940
tebm," recollets haroe R
Holden, hila football oaeh at

teon" Wehi Was totaly unngeei-
"When you are lust another
eomdn long you ct do
thing you want and nobody
eP1," Wys Marelano. "
whoe you get up thre, you have
to do thltng rlt S. People are
watlIng you a the time."
,o ky Marclano henceforth
will have allthe privacy of a
manikin In Maoy' window.
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Ybisy with Emillo Arellano a Worm
Shearting on the time

WoIeldInprison TenseGIs GuCb I .

19.rAs POW Ri!Th RIseS
St* la Vega said the
e.gtD st both men are C .U BLAND, Korea, Oct. wit & m, eMa .Aus e. "p_
(UP) Te US soldiers a- ets I.
partners ian m xrolve S a V 0""l soe a ecr
^ a t both men are ct. .^ceTS? s a8 'sr& % -.Iwi-hp- 4A"

hsa were bombaon oftexplosive prisoner of war camps C C. a. e some O recordP
t accent Insuranbomb o e today. on guard against further of the SW of irab otmansts 4 d
t assden re o outbreaks of violence from hard- emm Or 15,0 o have said A UN t u
S era.brd in a formal core Chinese Communists. A Boar of wet r er ade than return to soldiers h mte
I by Arellano as the The toll of dead from yester- .d to detefple "ti Coimmunism. 'These non-gem- bt.1 thie 112t Rotds
utaw1of the scheme. toWld day's outbreak in compound 7 break w@l t* mSaisets are separated from the tore killed ounded and
bhe was ,completely in- rose to 56 Chinese, 51 of whom gents rea the hartre Reds. we aked
he w"copee were killed in the short battle rPOW laOto p t he rioters bad laid their plabs 11 taken Heeds
dented olee reports inside the compound. The Army wkbaa- si the cwftkMhiy forlyeterday's celebra- In an t year the Reds
he had conirmed taking Two died aboard a plane while US gu*rda O t it ir gtft.' a ut ttes got wind '6, lost 1 6,48f i:
rt In the bomb plot and said being flown to hospital In P'afln, in quelling the because the plns and, forbade any dem-
)-Uano's charges linking him while three died after arriving in the wind weae T die- d onPrultO s, but the Reds went
to the crime are -infamous." hospital. lion. ahewk 'aiywy. Red C S iNeeds
f rra. one of the best known At least 120 of the eerlng Chl- After 'r outb t ek 'eteBea Panmunjom toR
e Mexican theae m Rde were wounded when troops 10S u itO fpoundg tB fist armiestce V ina
~st Eband of Espersm0 Irdsa two platoons of U8 solters rush on CheJa, 1 MOO hard-core nTused the United
artist of the Latin we inside the compound to quell Reds are rce a- rou and cow-An boys' clothing,
mdslea comedy stage a demonstration celebrtbing the thority." a.'aCre"' S d to be .n d to needy ch
that her hubnd is b third anniversary o the Con. Oft -Mt. a 4- Ite ChtesePW. dre ws today 1 he
t munist regime in China. pected Mit was by canl zone .ptr of t. ed
B_________ Two United States soldiers but th e ha t GenL. m ,lef rot .
were slightly injured, in cot 1he eMaq 1 1to th ti It k Aiticles iQi hng in'b 42
SR IMOA TE An Army spokesman said most set ti.hIt. ltt e rB to are artci sdeired, its
of the dead were killed by rifles' sa; .
.or arbinest obu that "many" d.d N Sabre i4stI Rt vasnnet le
d'day. Of bayonet wounds. J to make mtie i glad to .r -the 3e tf
Lo. .nLow of UN offlbrfaEve- W month e t1-fIMr donmat wi. tlphone..
'. ........ a.....: a.m. tl ain tie Incident returned tht Air Pot, Mot 36o60 C 71 rn 0
.. 9:17p.m. to the Korean mainland today Wt fruLt 1 the If tUS donLti tVt to do 1
A duel tewo may dB .t co ro At ti
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