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:
AA00010883:00157

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rFtgerator. spacious freezer com- under the direction of Llina Sears, N. 4 Aft M X IPBoto-- l s u 0 r
portment -1 burner gas srove, botn formerly on the staff of Arthur Pe 3.431 4 4 4S Gmch S-antaClare beach 1.. Rbe Jo
excellent' buys. Call Ponma 3- Murray Studios and Fred Astaire cottage Electric Ice bons, 6 REMO5VA E AL iM.CttMy oe
2108 Frdoy and Saturday morn- Studios of New York City. For in- FOR SALE:-Uaed tires, POSen6r0 stoves, moderate rotes. Tel'phonf 1J UI$ Y i : B rhele glThilt
a1dIt. formation, please call Panama 3- C commercial at A ncoies Cemos. 6-441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro MI-. SCREE FRAMS (vot
LE.- house refrger- 1565. on Automobile Row No. 29, tol- gues. :31I--L d tu1t t bi itts ift
in. Telephone 2-4249. FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO FOR SALE: '48 Packard 4 door, Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Pho M 10:0ChaIcadeS of AEB t lia
LE.Mg Chef stove n one way 5$85, round trip $135 ( ve5 ry good condition. Phone Navy Panama 3-1877. Cristobol 3-167. 1. 60 lii than 0:0-- VOA) o
ry good condition Real bargain day-limitl. $1 0, 'ood ere year); 3244. Attention pupils and Students. Ivy *. Can be BTed or re- (P.C.
3.-1568. ____ to LOS AM i way. $149 FOR SALE:- 1949 Pontic 4 door Harnett will resume ,allroom do anc- COed r ftWi d 0l -Ow l a a
"FO SAL2E -One' youth od co imitI Panala I1 Service. tires Excellent cortlition. Phone November. Hornett & Dunn.rde i. 3 r4ploM e n of
plete, 520 00. One bobby crib. opposite AncOn bus stab. Tel. Pqn- 84-6247 or see it at Qtrs. 596- of iW.m tk t.l-
amplete 525.00. one baby car: ama 2-1655. B. Fort Kobbe. ATTENTION: -A All rent reduced tMOI'o iw, Satedy, 0t, i
S$5.00. Phone 83-6255, C- FOR SALE FOR SALE' Je complete over- r 's furnished cottages, on 4. 00
ndu 200- hauled, new tires and battery, for roa to beach. (Bring own linens sl. sont l re t
mSALE -Refrgerabor Cold Spof., iee _information call habo_ 162. For information call at Dagmor'$ fA't, onpmt.
mmons, double bed, baby crib FOR SALE:-1950 Packard 4 Dr. No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phonp y Admits mee M* I and 1ib :3- isL tutre
roller, youth's bed Telephone FOR SALE:-2 Frequency Changers, FSedaon, .1,750.00. Automatic, Panoma 2-1070. : 00--1W
Colon. A- condition. 1410 nand 128 n 0 exrras. 57-, ,o PERSONALS GEO F. NOVEY, INC. :.-wfli' world
SSALE --Overstuffed .vngroom HP, 3 phase. 25 cycle. 2300 volt 3 _-___ ____N______ PrSL .1 -Alle 40 t
to 1250 KW & 937.5 KW, 3 -100--l
ite, bedrOOm suit th double phase, 60 cycle, 490 volt, 300 FOR SALE -1950 Studebaker 5 pas- HUMANi ENGINEERINGl0 e tcord
Sed box spring and inerspringo. RPM. Westinghouse Units with senger Coupe, 5450.00 down. HUMANENGINEERIN
R oak dinett bed hh gchirn. Starting Equipment and Generating Telephone, 2-4249. BCorrmctire.Adustmento t Boarb her.,o N. v eod ( td)
t 2-B. Coco Solito. Sixth Street. tnormesotr o 1000 volt25cr e FOR SALE C o 11, 7th. St. Tel. 2-3833, by ep -:0- land b 01
O EH2transformers to 2300 volt for use.'FOR SALE Chevrolet '47 Sport Intrt.UNITURE 0 Marla
FO SALE:s-Household effects. 25 with above units. For immediate Coupe 6 posseer. Good condi- .
fyl, West.nghouse refrigerator 8 delivery coll Electricol Equipment tion No. 524 Apt. 1, Cocoli. Help Wanted i .t m *ow-.M 1 -N6 Time
4 feet, I -I years old; 2 coffee Co., Inc, Davenport, Iowa, U.S A. Phone 4-243. kMpove 1 -'El bll Prpht ch,
ables, I lamp; 2 kitchen chairs. 3-8059. for inspection and price. R SALE 1952Buick Super R- WANTED--- id. No cooking. Mu1M .ist .:00--Th b P n
2 Hardoy i mertolframe. oh FOR SALE:-German Shepherd (po- S new W ci 84- in. Must have rererences. ,t l:1-5- ttiatyt Paradea R i
negosecti; 2 small dressers, iron-H vera like new. Will sacrifice. 84- sp
ng seOt; 2 moll dresers n- Icel pup,. Phone SHRAPNEL. I Phone 3-4021, morning or after l:N5-D d
ing bo rd, electric iron; Cafe Ex- Boloba 2820. House 150 Prospect --- 6p.m., 77 Ao p. 1:e0-P
asso ftaker. House 524, Apt. L. street, one way street to Quarry FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Rivierao. .AN ,.. o ---o, g. T as



lephorfe 2-3343. mounted on Individual stands with FOR SALE. 1951 Mercury Con- 830 -McCle-tsie i .lm t.t
S60 cycle motors. Cheap for cash vert.ble Coupe, white tires, 10.000 FOR RENT Shphnl, bVtLnM stft :
S SALE-Westinghouse refriger- Phone PAD 321 1, auorters 510-A miles, almost new Phone 3-3319. We p ok ahd ate or a :0t ur it
4r. 25 cycle, excellent running Curundu Heights FOR SALE --1940 Buiok jln in Apurtntu i t u ttour 53te I
S ndition, $10000; Quartermaster F Strig-iv--od- ,I r 14 MH J 4 TnTi 2 l. eAetaL B:. 't -r- te
ning table $5.00, six den.ng FO.c SAL.E:-Sterling l:verufloware good cfont*oi a -
rsl .50 each; 2 loop rugs. complete for 12 persons almost Two and tl. y seoor furnished I end &'ol04 i. .
*'|,r STtO ah2 'mall new reaonable pric To n FOeSe LE nrunfurled -r-ts; rvate -'' ..
'. o ferl ib 3 4.0; FOR SALE:-Zenith Radio Record N C i-s5a 1. ,Ct 1,WI".
a tar, t.velning gown, ufl Player. Automatc 25 cycle table FOR SALE: iCou e nearest g Fr 0.0001rsdpartment. 7:45-Jam e (VA)
r Wrea tnm of u bedroom house. Diablo 2-29314. boot, beinga rebuilt, cypre hull. AnFon. R8REN)--hQ)~nx OIvi! ,rom llia-e
5.00; c t r under sink FOR SALE:-Fld-wey 5 x 7 foot Lumber and hardware. Oblfinite (RDF).
casters, or right-hand apart- Pesn
Flats house $7 00. Tel. 2- mahogany two-laeel train table sealing compound, copper nap- REN U 8:30-A&mericid FPolk, Musie ,-
04after 5.00 p. m. House 513- with two control panels. Three thnote green and clear, Cliptol FOR ENT VOA)
Sage Avenue, Cocal,. Lionel trains, accessories over boiled Inseed oi. Powered band- 8:4 U.P.Commentary
O$350.00 invested, completed this sow, 6 and 8 nch bench saws, HO .. ...-HO Hit Parade
SSALE:-New rug, $800, table. year. First reasonable offer. See beneh semier. Chrysler Crown Ma- ,-- ... j .I 9:3-VOA Hit Parade
ls, pictures, sofa pillows, mir- anytime. Orrs. 202-A, Growler St. rile Engln. 2 to I redu fin FOR RENT:-To mden 2 .. .. 0:00-Dance Music
: h r. mnp, draperies, misc. Items. aodman. Phone Navy 3143. ger, like new.. Used perith far 6 bedrooms, the other 3 bedrooms. l X 10:30-Sympho 0 ny Hall, USA
Sni FOR SALE:--Drftg table plywood es, counter balanced crnk- preferred. T 2-2145. 11:0-Owl' t
m set, made by Cowes heavy lattice gates and basement aon 2 to I ducton marine trens- PU LD :00 -
auny twin beds. coil springs partiton far concrete quarters mission. AJl aires COZ fire etin- Wa'@nte Position _:00 a.m.S o
ndLa- 01111 ,o1 n Ouoraf W ,ndH
I" Deautyrest mattresses. Child's half ton refrig*erotrin compresro gmuhhers and 2 fOm type. Also _osiion xS vmniia tI fLTU
is dressers machie, 2 ma- deep freeze. Qtrs. "718-'B, Prado, Cleat 1 oat, windhild brcket, American with fifteen years Army (Co fro rage
rad wick er alhr buffet toble OR SALE: Thoroughbred polioe trs. 718-B, Prado. Phone 2-2911. Box 215, Dioblo, Canal Zone. .blem on the rt
chairs. Secretarial steel desk. dogs. No. 7 1. Via Belisaro d their families.
typewriter. 3 drawers Porras. From I to 5 on, tomorrow. Meanwhile memri

Sqinet, other household items FOR SALE: Fine breed puppies. x 7 Lmrta pyesrt JrF0
la en P. Fish bowl area. m very cheap. Six vi netion bl nds e read plie L Pp np2K gA aub InkMsi
Gorgos Hospital, all day 41 '. x S0, 53.00 eaih. 9th St. e .,'ardy obmitt
and Sunday. final. Panama American Settle- 0me this aften n ,
-Wes inghouse re- t in V llrino family, Parque Le- The let pf N oin
$ ir (3 3t Yrs I 515000; suchvelOudsses n a p ti ol
Clope 1940 4 new tires. FOR dSALE: Automtic Record ll ndo1o 3i the all
0; Mahogany Vanity Dresser Changer and Radio co mlbna tonr ,l wuh houtte than l
E:teund mirror &C bench, S50 ZenFth table mahogony "78 olestabo Py ran- p d t ilI PAdr
*heuhny Buffet. $25; Ma- R.P M. 25 cycle. Phone 2-3039. oldest buaad.nes
child's combination chest ED oulevrSk o We w t
w wardrobe, $20. H house 207-A n c r -
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condition. See Mr. Mars, gar- sia t ose tou et- inO
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V0T rs y Service at Gorgas Hospital, L W .
to shs and Dr. Horace W. Shreck, Chief v w
10,100-ton Union Oil tank of the Eye Service at Gorgas Hos-
p.PS t. Clair Prt.Pd in Bal-;pital. Both are accompanied by Eugene R. Black, presaldn t or f
ftrday from Chilean ports their wives. .the Internstional Bank for Re-
u to corpus. Chritti. The compete advance peasen-I construction and Development,
other Union Oil tar k;r, the, ger list follows: today announced the appoint-
Mis.La arrived here yester+, Mrs. Eleanor Adams, Laurent ment of J. Burke Knapp as the
Portland. Oregon. The J. Baptiste: Mrs. Sally Bauman Bank's director of operations
Ss one of the newest and daughter; Valley F. Bright; for the Western Hemisphere.
th a ol 'company's tankers She Miss He'.un M. Brown; Stewart J. Knapp recently returned to
carries a crew of 40 and is 14,000,Brown: Miss Ruth A. Chevalier; the Bank after nearly two years'
tons. She i bound for Mrs. Anona B. Claytor and two absence spent on assignments
Texas. to load casing-- children; Mr. and Mrs. Caleb C. for the United States Govern-
kUadolne destined for Call-!Clement and two children: Mr. ment.
sa. -and Mrs. F. Corrie; C. R. Der-!
0. Worselev is the local agent!rlckson and wife; and Mrs. Bet-1 Knapp took leave of absence
: or the tankers. ty Duncan. from the Bank in October 19' 0
S. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Englin- to serve as economic adviser to
I- ration of Tuna Boats ton and daughter; Abraham Fe- the U. S. delegation to thb
S Galapagos Islandq !lixson; Miss Moralma Freire; North Atlantic Treaty OUita-
.. Since the close of the fishing Mrs. Edith M. Gerrans; Pfe and tion. During the past yt
S eason In Panama. many tuna Mrs. Milton Goedc'e; Harold L. has been U. 8. president of the
boats that were fishing in these Gore; Mrs. Marie M. Gore; Mr. Joint Brazilian-U. S. Economite
! waters have been heading for the'and Mrs. James E. Greer and Development Commission.
SGalapagos. The government of three children; Mrs. Maria H.
0 tc d now permits these boats Heerero; Mrs. Mildred Hall; John Topper- Mrs. Edith C. T'ther;
Sto4et Euadrrean fishing licens- W. Hall; Misses Raquel and Sara Mr. Walter M. Vincent; Walter
I tm y airmail. This enables the Henriquez; Miss Wilma Hidalgo; R Vincent; Vincent L. Vieent;
fi shing boats to proceed from'Mr. and Mrs. William W. E. land Mrs. Eileen C. Zizz and 8on.
Balboa direct to Ecuadorean wa-iHoyle and two childr.'n; Mr. and
terms without returning first to,:M-s Arnold S. Hudgins and two -
telir home norts In California. children and George Hudson and
Ra. 8Bne of the fishers that have son. I
- wmeadv left for Galapagosn are Mrs. Charlotte Jensen; Miss
9 Jeen Ann. St Joseph. Amefican June Jensen; Mr. and Mrs 'Don-
4 eauty. Charlene and Colmbra. ali W. Johnson; Mr. and Mrs.
S. .Robert L. Johnson; Mrs. Gene- l .
Anedrio Vespueci vicve Kissam; Mr. and Mrs.
tranilted Canal Franklin P. Krug; M. J. Laila- a
Italian Line passenger' cona; Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ll-
Simerigo Vespucci was tray- Iano; Mr. and Mrs. Donald H.
southbound through the Long: Robert H. McCoy; Mr. and t
Canal vest.-rdav en route to Val-'Mrs. James McKeown; Mrs. Mar- IWV TeO
l also with 399 passengers a- garet McGuire: Miss Rebecca
rd. Maloul: Julian H. Mateo: Mrs. f
The 0.774-ton ship Is bound Fellsa H de Mateo; Miss Pilar H. E, lu
from Genoa, Italy. via Curacao. Mateo: Mrs. Alta Montgomery;
About 23 passengers were picked and Mr. Ross E. Murray. .... .. a
Up in Cristobal Rev. and Mrs. Mainert J. Pet- ,
The TtPllan Line handles the person and three children; Mr. 1Fm OR Y m
ship locally and Mrs. Richard Pincus; John s
'-- W. Prim, Jr. and daughter; Geo. t985.B PaBM to
PFasengers Scheduled Reel; Thomas G. Relihan: Ru- P
Arrive Monday len G. Robertson; W. Remain PaBAmlta
Abeard S.S. Ancon and Mr. and Mrs Howarth V. $745.65 N. to N.Y.
Capt. Ev.,rett 0. Swinson. As- Rowe and daughter.
alatant Port Captain In Balboa Jack Saltzman: Mr. and Mrs. Now ee teM romantle capt-
and Mrs Swinson are among the Martin S. Sawyer: Mrs. Barbara tale of Burope and keep
130 passengers scheduled to ar- H. Schmitt; Sande Carol! within bd4et! And oan
Srive n Cristobal Monday on the Schmitt; Carlos Sequeira; Dr. a t*k vMamlitio tool ]
Panama Liner Ancon. according and Mrs. Horace W. Shreck; Mr Spead f'tge t w days m
#o the advance passenger list. and Mrs. Elmer E. Stern; Dr. in Burope *ein" asid doing
SA g other Canal employes and Mrs. Irving J. Strumpf: Mr. all thd"e things you've
fet mnut from leave of absence and Mrs. Everett Q. Swinson; dreamed ibout You will
IN the States aboard the Ancon Mr. and Mrs. George M. Sylves- rieee aivea&0'-ripticleton
Wre Dr. Irving J. Strumpf. Chief ter;: Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. a famous. Marine, botel ae-
Of the Obstetrical and Gynecolo- Tlnnin; Mr. and Mrs. Henry | mmodatioa.tm ,,,,.


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a.. Part an BMeil ................................... October 14
IHAL AMNIUCA & WM COAST U..A.
u, W M* iqaton ....................... ........... October 21
..P NUOIW SERVICE from NEW YORK le PLYMOUTH A. LE RAVK:
S .8. e De t hme .................................... October 29
AWR tE RVIC. Ihm CARTAGENA to EUROPE:
S B. a O m ....................................... October 19
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Ui*Wlouioia since an iutmo-
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to attending phystetans, Was
pehumtonia which he had con-
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physical condition. IDmmdate
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;0 pounds, but regard tube
feeding of a high protein for-
mula kept hib weight about 125
pounds throughout his ordeal.
A former three sport athlete
at Norwood High 81chol and a
veteran of five year' medical
duty in the Army, Abbett *as
hurt when his automobile crash-
ed a tree in Weston and he was
pitched head first Into a stone
wall.
The accident caused minute
separations in his brain and in-
terrupted its lines of transmia-
Ion and conception. Operations
'ailed to bring him out of the
-oma and doctors long since
hid given up hope for his re-
eovery.
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live years of his siege at Cush-
Ing. VA Hospital in Framingham
where he had been an orderly
at the accident.
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nove, nurses and attendants
shifted his body constantly 'to
prevent formation of bed seogs.
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I t Versus Roe Today

Battle Of 'Lefties'
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YORK, Oct. 3 (UP)-The Yankees, re-
,as two to one favorites to win their fourth
A t world championship, nominated Ed Lepat
Preacher Roe in the third game of the
Series today in an effort to gain a 2-1 edge
.1Pires over the Dodgers.
W6ith the scene shifting from single runs in the fourth and
.bnd box Ebbets Field to the fifth and the Yankees then
.re-spacious Yankee Stadium broke the game wide open with
W Ath next three games, the a five-run sixth inning.
WdBsBMkjers reaffirmed their Erskine was removed after two
1th In the Yankees by rating singles and a walk filled the
PR '-5 favorites to win the bases and Billy Loes came in to
Sird game. although they were absorb the rest of the punlsh-
Itn In Roe a pitcher who had ment.
gn', games and lost only five;
tof they havtwo years o ma-
Srowd of between 68.000 and J Br
was expected to be on JUe Benner
Eitold when the Yankees take the
.Id in defense of the world'
"~efif they have written so ma-
Ij previous golden chapters In
etr'Idng history n
The %th and seventh games. f Comme1ation
neary, will be played at
.B fieldl. Rain fell heavily ---
jin.T the nitRht but the offUt-
W'ZW Sst was that the skies MSgt. Huelet 'Joe" Benner.
1tu1'b clear before game time the pistol wizard from the S3rd
Iml Em. ST I7nfantry, received a letter of
1ftUugh the Series stood at commendation Thursday morn-
meo e apiece, the experts ing from General John H.
4.- that the Yankees re- Hodges, Chief of Army Field
O wItd themselves by their Forces, for his performance with
smath*g 7-1 victory yesterday the U.S. Army Pistol Team dur-
*aftWfteir opening game de- Ing the 1952 matches.
feat 4-2. The letter was presented to
For be Yankees., given Vie Sergeant Benner by Col. Robert
iasafe powerful three-hitter. H. Douglas, Commanding Offl-
.oked like a team which cer of the 33rd Infantry, with en-
lat ee command of the Se- dorsements by Brigadier Oener-
S. so many other Yankee al Francis A. March, Chief of
aIt ve done in the past. Staff. USARCARIB, and Colonel
1i, winning his fourth Be- Douglas.
e against two losses,
e -Te Dodgers Just two General Hodges said in part:
I to win. The first was in "To have been selected as a
d inning when he filled member of the team was a dis-
with walks but retired tinct honor and to compile such
kime for the third out. an enviable record at the results
T' n'd was in the third of the matches indicate merits
singles by Pee Wee recognition of the highest order.
l adder and Campanella You have cause to feel proud of
the Dodgers lone run. the record made. The long hour
thatt Raschi faced only'20 of hard work and the applica-
er, walked two and did not tlon of your skill and experience
a hit. in marksmanship have made a
pitched just five ini- definite mark on the Army and
oe retiring with the will not soon be forgotten.
led ,and nobody out in
a te walked five men. The effort of yourself and
Mu, B eput the first man other members of the U.8. Army
nm1 u on base Pslatol Team will be an incentive
to.e the to all U.S. Army personnel to
t t wbe org work even harder in the future
Wn IWfW fINDAM I e r to ,than in the pat to raise the
level of proficiency of their in-
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invited-to attend a shoot to be
hel dat the Cristobal Gun Club,
Sunday. Every entrant, regard-
les of his ability will be put on
a team, if he so desires.
The principal feature of this
shoot will be a TEAM RACE on
50 skeet birds. After the main
event, trap ad tseet .wl, be
shot, until everyone's potaler
horn runs dry.
The Ardy Air Force, with
their group tof smooth bere art-
ists, won the lat similar shoot,
but they can expect competition
this time that's going to be
rough.
Entries for the main event
start at 10:00 a.m. and close at
10-45. Come early register, and
give the Range Officer a chance
to put the first team on the field
at 11 :00 a.m. Enty for the Team
Event is $2.00. Optlonals for
those who want them.


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1 RathBaLft V.Castilllo 112
2 m m B. Moreno 112
3 Sh ry M. Hurley 112
4 .. 'R.. GO l2
5s R eyes 114
8 1p F,. Flores 111
I .. MRose 188
8 AvI. f.Phillips 112
no "ams "4w #ml 7 Pps.
h WMt P"ol olses: 5:40
1 bate) F. Bravo 11
2 o Dtuber) B. Moreno 114
3' mS RepAts lO
4 h twave 120
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Tomorrow

let Rame "F-7" Native 6% rP.
FrwSt of the Doaues
I Con t E. Darto 112
Co M nOst) A. nrlque lllx
3 Volador) A. R 11O r
4 Duquei ose Rodrlguez 120
5 Dlex de Mayo A. Mha 118
6 Srena K. .Florea 116
7 Kalran H. Alzamors 115
8 OoFden Girl F. Rose 110
9 Don Joaquin E. Ortega I17x

nrd Race "F-" Native 4 F.
Purse: M66.M Pool eloses: 1:
Second lace of the Dowufte
I Frantes 0. Chbans 16
2 Comandante V. Roditg. luftfe
3 Ceran C. RuiB 1$
4 Pisortena B. Aguirre 110
5 La -NifB. Ortegao. 1
4 Don Mario M. Hurleye 107

4thd Race "F-I" Native 4% PFs.
Purse: 275. Pool closes: Y:45e
ONE TWO
I Resort B. Aguorre 110
2 Rosa B. B. MVernro 111
3 Strike Thablanree HAlaora 115
4 Don Jaime H. ro yes 120T
5 Juan Hulancho J. Brav* 115
6 Villarreal A. Enrtiue 106x
7 Campesino V. CUtie 115

4th Race "F- Native 4 Mile.
Purse: 1276.f Pel eteres: 2:25
1 Manolete R. Gomes 113
2 Bijagual A. Vergara lll
3 Casablanca B. Agairre 110
4 Pregonero 0. Orsell 120
5 Golden Babe ili e 116
6 Malaya 7. Bravo 112
7 Domino Is. keyes lx

5th Race "A I- 3" h'pored Mile
Purse: $-5 .00. Pool eterr: 2:55
1 Notableando ome 104
2 Rockdo V. Castillo 110
3 RovelraCoup) J, Bravo 117
4 Keyhaven V. Ote 1190
5 Roy. Alligaose Agulirre 115

6th Race "'I- I1 64 C% Fp.
Pure: 1130.1 -m slsow: 3:35
First eeota sof De ites
I Alejandro 0.ChOsanl 114
2 Forzadobers omres 114
3 Novelera) Oraell 120
4 Cradle Song V. Ortega 120
5 Appriseo B. Auirre 114
6 Curaca R. Vaq4qia 118
7 La Chata 0. c&atfflo 11i
8 Hechlao V. Castib 114
7th RUae m. 7 P,.
purse: S4MAA P iglem: 4:%5
I Derberia R. Gonnai.
2 Cocaleca 0. O*Rei 1
3 Visir 3. Jul"an 120,
4 High Mount K.Plert 14
I Po voraso 0. CtWlo 135
6 Hartley Lass V.Or*se = 120
Kh Ran0 6 "'14, rbj V Pp.
Purse: |1473. Po ol Ine: 4:4M
I Mon Etoe *JLfMean& 112
2 Astoria 0. CatS.o lIt
S Black Bun &. Sliwha 100
4 Alto Ategs 3. Aguirre 115
a nwno 115
7 PinT F ROe 112
8 FtiU~aso V. Cas= Us 15
9 BeachSna V..Rodriguez Ib
4th soft' UB irtd. 7 Pp4
urst: 1-J P^rI Clem: 4:15


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Prune: muo.e0 rooi cloes: ...h e noh orne l Health re-
1 Lujoso 0. chanis 110 commanded te the football
2 Propo II B. Agurre 11 games be ea i t a meeting
3 Rose Hip J. Phillips 108 yesterday.
4 Carmela II H. Reyes 113x Uaiversfty atid Jnlior
varafgames i1n as varsity
SFraCO Tips a hv* S' cancelled
ranr h Oct. II.. lavee ele-
a been to play
By CLOCKER --tLe 1 uth Caro-
I 1,4yves ftoeat night at
1-Dies de Mayo Voladoe Aienle.
21-Cmandante Cora AM Intra-mura l ports have
-.mam Hulnebo Ross B. been cancell for T-e time be-
4-Pa nero Manolets ith M a frter precaution, but
&-Royal Coup Keyhav no al cl M room schedules will
--AlJanroe Apprise bmantaftd.
7-itgh Mount Berbeut l mlth a tie recommend-
I ito Pineelo ed at aa travel
LWit Publico (e) and wok Or ie nducin
-l Begonia (a) fatigue be aoh ed but tha
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mmoe ucemuonies, int-A
bb etrande of the cc.
he playing of tle Natlohi
, will itart t 6:46, fit4
minutes before game tme
add much or toth
ribti fnrt e that in a'
span f thre years has
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Four well-oiled machines, C.
H.8., B.H.S., J.C. and A.C. will
rgve the fans six etcitng qutr-
ters of football as each teaM
plays the other once. Th quad
winding ut their three quarters
of play with the most points will
be declared the winners. The
C.H.S. Tigers re defending
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boree and share regular season ping
championship honors with the the
Balboa Bulldogs. tl:
For the past three weeks the *JOWN
about #their normal business as hif
usual.
The football team was sta t
ned at the news. Davlason, a
198-pound, hard running sub .
fullback, Is one of the meet
popular e on the team.
Coach Car 8navely conferred
with the university physician
and called a meeting of the
team for late t aftqooo to
have Dr. HedRgePth speak to the lp
players.f ia
Barry Farber, editor of the bS"M
Daily Tar Heel student newspaVate Kr
per, said "til twe B is veery -

It's going to lower campus, Rtta-
morale, but tobody 1 sore b- speed
cause the g ines were called oftf
and there seems to be no lig of
panlo," I said. "*Yet- tA erfot
taking hings ptt m iuctn
stride." f


"W SE itZat utl said, ticket .
holders wil have their moeansy
refuud4, that'ss all we can do,,'
he saM.
B.tt. said there Is little chance f .
that the Georgia-North Carolina
game can be rescheduled later
fm the season. aa
Coach Horace Hendrickson of
North Carolina State said the e
cancellation "sounds like the ihe bulk of t
sane and sensible thing to do.". .


Pool To Be Closed

Al Day Mondays
U was announced ts
the cal Educates
B-nwaoBBranch tht- -
Rainbow City iwnmuf
wMi be el o on Mesa l-
hoM S. Get 6. Refua-r-
das wi be frotmuh=
to B1ad .


SIU B LES COLON:
i 6th, 7th RACES For the convenience o.
our patrons we are ne .l
)NE T WO opera Iing both al e
Ett T WO "COPACABANA" a nd
m4ad th RACES "SAVOY."



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6 Porter's Star R. L. Oil 120
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WASHINGTON. Oct. 3 (UP) Hyman Stromberg of Philadel-
tt. Gen. James P. MeOratkery ih; Agfred P. Polizzi of Cleve-
aounced today the Jtll-e De-j ad: Anthony Volpe of Chicago:
tBten t will seek deportation Harry Votller of Miami, and Wil-
Some 100 foreign-born latket- llstn G. Big Bill Lias, Wheeling
em and step up a drive to toss W. Va.. race track owner.
(mnaunist aliens out of this McGranery was questioned at
try. length about Ohaplik. who has
teM a news conference denied he ever was a member of
0 Mt hb d e-btrttlod pro- the Communist Party.
rbe il d be bars Re sald he was particularly
m eoidM g for. years, wif angered by Chaplin's "sneering
mWeh to destroy organized response in connection with an
Mftmu in America" and will invitation to a benefit for some
Sa "e SIthr effect" on children' thing out on the West
WlOths tr y n g to determine Coast."
t It means to be a cisP.P "He has also been charged
Granery cited the recent de- with .making leerin, peering
edlon to see k denaturalu ation of stemient abst the emtry
York gambler Frank Cos: fto gr is-t hospitaNty has
FtO ,and the move to hold up e-rTlehee sim," MeGraieryi
reentry of movie actor Char- MM.
Chaplin until the Hollywood He added that Chaplin will be
u an la given a hearing. perffttte ro re-enter this coun-
.lustioned about the depart- try i be can meet i Ae standards
in't action again Chapli IMad b I lgration authori-
Wranery said that when tht iebot het have to meet those
knows all the facts it wit da mdards."'
"my action has bee ju- ..
tl .* !it asnery sad denaturalisa-
IVZsald ChapHn had beea Lf- roceen will be started
of belhn a nCommu th aIagaanst PoliZi,.-who is
t *grave moral ebh lg z ave control of gam-
IUn, who devr has bet bi a' mang e and activities In
of this count*l aB, oW hi*s iCeknd area.
land with his ilamy. 1e rary said the U.S. at-
He aas said he has eyey laI' tomy 1 mialso will be In
tstin of returning fo his *nl charge of naturalization pro-
B desite reports rbztf .ofeed lrs *afl4t the Rusasian-
for sale. .. ed t hae p trolled "the num-
ftiy.u ayi eer n tty rbers in tng ln other gas-
onhislist OV" -i &g scitWs In Phiadelpla
w 0eunderwoitd." .Ibranmty or more tS* 10 y'ers."
nd the th indBbk-t svev"I MeGrahery said Voller's ar-
MedW with deabaturailzs- let record dates back to 1918
dsutatpon hArMing., sad includes time served, in Ml-
iluded Nicholas bOir- chigan prisons for armed rob-
il, er Capone henchman: bery In the Detroit area.
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set, trbt of lotter toge-
thi twth bookmakers and other
seaplemr must pay a $60 tax to
do b as and a 10 per cent
tehy ll bets 9r money hand-
If they pay the tax, they dis-
close to local authorities that
they are in the rackets
~Mnlap maid the gamblers usu-
ally "enter into in arrangement"
with 4he tax-exemnpt groups umn-
der Which they receive a share
at the lottery proceeds ts sala-
rles 'nd commissions for conl
deA .the operation.
Hesaid these salaries and com-
indadns amount to the 'lib's
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Wizard T`Ws I. Hamilton court'-h4nge in.eefll .for
went to ..ptM today to begin an b a, -
serving a for-year sentence for DM n blue a
mBastuermflaiA wave of flog- speteaut W *; df"
gtgs thsat ed this rural for A. -* lR A '..
area for qOfe than a year. Harsw 4! byRI .
The' Trst h i klan official to distrie t a e.
go to Jail In modern times for who suswtsiwe itt ti- _t,
direct gonnecton with terrorlam, time to MRfL a twoyewar 'a
Hamdifton Aarftdered to Col- tence. *
unterk County Sheriff H. Hugh Hamiltoh .aid Ipdi he
Nan.. might asa tat'9Aift a
lftber with three of his who woiM / hi m .
henchmen, the fat Leesvlle, 8. ard of theB
C., OLe*er elhbed into. a age of Rlfle, it n IhO
truck from a Negro prisoA caMp comes : :.._ '-
here and was sort to g state fe o .
prison camp at Caute Mn hlere'
C.. in the swamy lwlam
near Wilmingt.o
labor on the ,toeds, but a _i
ton,. 45, has comIlahid'- 9B ....

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lieutenant oettel WUlts D. United Nations. He ha-
Cr er, Comm an alng. &e lttee member at-at..
Geneaof the Unit4C S ftteUs and has been its
h y, has ananooibed tat sirte March, 1IM.
he erefrom acti!i mUtt-
ry e u nDec. 31. The mt- lr" to assume
no was made t ms h sMit gpot, eral
ofArtmy He .naeW- uoessctely served "s
teor. Owluors Island, M&We or in Chief of thA
of the United st _e
Geeral Crtttoeberger, who 1mf rltbean from 1945 -
served 40 asea n the Ar B t0 when he was r
every We- fer' iUeuteSt to Unted States for
RenearaLa foet? the loee of the Joint
retlaeS a ge for offers of ait la Wahlngton '
rank Ith Dece br. He is the At-
my's saer ieutenan general For varying perl
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