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laet week and wdre I I I
arday by the Homing Dl-
mTh r e aont e
Iftblo =el *" indwip ae of
tor"e Z'Aemi's payw'
Wat,. adb o
s t fleet a rVlcrt ,Sa,-rlewr-l
I cent, and the lIht cruer
IQmbee, arrived on the Isthmus
The frigate Stettler en route
froM Long Beach California, i
pected at Bibo om me
the n .and w lk
The Quebec arrived at Coco Solo
and is expected to leaVe for
Halilax tomorrow morning.
The lflcent, which trans-
Ltod e -nal upon alval, wll
berth at Blboa. She b uehed-
1d to latae Friday night for
el i.n -s-e
-- a& aU moU r mt I--qp--. .... ..er
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and idssJ at
1 9iTrhG A.RM -U helcoptro
rd alm.s Ra .ndusa, am Army men, who worie
3 I.m. ttt .fnin to theh tem sm m
coter. Owe eog a C-14 whA-l" bro?
at 0. The pln asuo earrW. the helicpr p
taktw their own fdpd ration. wittb
Has Been Executed Before Firing Suad
SM ^Sf Maeaecutd belys a fly 3~ J ujg~gSas"n IIaRtr ch yit improve the lot of Be5 h5Id
l"a o amm Owd be&:ee
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ii f lapi MMSIS mureaf a apal
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SDr. r own est ta k u t '
mrno t- ,m f ,? ...
I feel I must bring to the attention to "A Se...i. e ..s. Wi. eit
I vl ws ever tee e: oher lgan I
fto u We had e n problem ov mo ne_ tU r,. -, _ria. .
owa* g drafteiss 4 SbehS another r. itch, h e n ws e
Iehe iy tott f the pmren d ty lie of an the bo, 'aTs ,s r o
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ate lit chsld u No e o
t. liu ythe n. .4d W. 0at- yois bimcm eu r Bo UK
e ad everseea ch Othmer a says.
,h t -he errn slaeBt fDro Dbeeoe moe n t k uI,
1 gigS i w fe t Coinlsae sword la'5 einthe r, a so oteM S
i feellamstoringto gthel attontAse tvime.n (2 gide tim W3 =
w --ow Wfcts she Cnvid ent lybo w t a .n tinw a o n o rIn
n ac e raa isl the rner. I am sucker for nd
.e r ins n I h mmr an 5. I alwf, d,.abu, a S5s", to"
begt S % the aw ml eo fitheOheabo h
Seb uSeao tha sem d t o sero Sov ervicmpt ant eno a retdings
w esI l ro shhe hener h h nt tive rat s I hbtbnd ponthl cZer- p0 1m
a tNM$hmeotandk an coleg bldclthstud Iadto a the mor ea eer
es r eu rnr tilg ot thsanstmhh
DAW ;w A
SDavis'a Irritations, how
let the Oregon onesens-
an Important eo3teutgn
I# to 9t wjeilt
Udlntom-tt" aI "med
- An Observre
lmn, too, am tlie uop windows
more attractive. Falls when e-
ven a man who doesn't care much
about clothes comes down with a
burning urge for a new Nit"
topcoat, anrd a bat with b ht
feather In it.
We used to drink a geat del.i
too much during the Seres, be.
cause the baseball writers laid on
UanK. Me 9M
best ofl U u
Iw" The wy the MaeDd fi
ver api. U en was btM ama
ru in o otr ... mWat
1 0 Pamus river
N' fS I
When Nixon was called upon to MT A msI
say a few words he mentioned the MAN ABOUT TOWN promoted. P CAdb
fact that this was the fifth major o ( 7 ay t by 1 hrugs
umnaJgn he was embarking on. Pey Joyce (wed 7 times) any the D. t e I
"But Joe here is more of a vet. try it again with a Swedish noble Sane, the Holmr eatedI
kt..Ij at this than I am," he said, named Lars Onstadt ... His Lud for a or tblg), wtbe e.
turning to the TO-year-old Martin. Mlp J. Chesebrough (of Brit- Ins tated ( when the
"How many does this make- for 80) is doing the smart with ed write
you?" he asked. Audry Wi on ... It a -
y.for the HarryBelafontes at Fren4 The Cabea: Barbara Hutton's
"Oh mny oshb," Martin retorted HoMp .. Miss Ameriea's heart Casbah ai UM plamwe
in a loud stage whisper, 'that's a belongs to a San Francisco pae. P. Male (Breada'r m 5 t
fure I refuse to comment on." trooper now in Korea... Francot or), who as asa"d
-Martin, in Mol first political cam. Tone's current ignition Is elg U.S. ... Duches ofa
paign was elected to the Massa. More df "th Season" ... Show- dwghtor. u a
cwhuMt ousen of Representatives folks belovictre Julie Harria' ft ma to.
in 1UU, one yer before Nixon was sudden divorce action was inspi yn Jb ,
bern. ad by a movie director vry much a ankI. I
up,4ha7ommmhs li latched Songstress uarion uX M an lawe, d a
Soviet propagandists have come ton has told her barrister to pro. with a -a nd
ap with a Communlst line Juke cold with the long-d4layed a- a- O ... he2
them In the w mar en's minds. gated. His nIw sw a e .
It's a wired rad loudspeaker he Latin Quarter's 106 Jan the B.
which efor the equivielet of Tart ... Their studio trys toi 4 1
17T.10, tcontraat to the o0 to smother the Rock Hudson- aw -a.
TO170 rie for reuar radio sets R. Mas. She recently anaonce viet aa
beh te Iron rtain. her separation from Jea Hunter famedt
r ...Gene Tlerney is finding t arae
T s no o of program on .that tears cannot doua m e7 .
uthKibm asml-9 d radio, which Torch.
has been dubbed the "chatterbox"
in Russia and the "gossip nest" The Washington Wire: The Pred.i te i Pound to lt
in Hungary. It Ip uta propaganda dent will tell the feuding Secy f Malck I
all day long, and nights, too. Ra. Commerce (Weeks) and Secy fat--
dio programs from Moscow are Labor (Mitchell) the Cabinet is George urns and Grae Allen
picked ap W? central receivers no place for "children" ... Genl mao a fortune via tihe stec
=inal"ls t he peat offircs, and Motors may get a 20 milligs taxn kt I n recent nt1hs.
i d by wires on poles to refund ... The State Dept. has T... When "Cie
od the new e ts.h e ad. told the ULiberian Bmbassy to M eg ts)
vyn= of this book-up to the its grocery bills, t .. ti he ..
C nounisat is that customers agent now c miniature
S Vo o Amer or Ra. In and rec' radio sets that a
dioa Fr Europe aS on only lbs .. .Govrt M
their tu essloudbpepso ^ 's ne Co gno C
iVisiting Dentist ag aiciastlms rs, M to
To Give Lecture U %pstate ek ,
O Ogre Tomorrow. v***- f ao" ITS
Dr. ioo X. Walter, president .sea Is "e lutitr
Dtja!a the ito itrict Dent1al m So
bt From Eagr.
Rim a as
LP > *1 ik
A.rculture Benson: "
law are ometimes use
claim or title to value
... out of 918000 ac
out of the national t
about 15 per cent ...
or are commercially i
o f do
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W POUAK & RKKAIDSON
NEW YOUr STOCK EXCHANGE
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on Men's anmd La armenauts
STAR TS 'TO MORROW
THUR $R Y-
Bty on Credit
CUENTAS. COMERALES" Card
B.bo a rd M w ud f o -
. r le s a t. xvmmon
wul e the main remarks at
Oar Maedl, Atlantic district
idWttt. chairman, hams
'*ft a pmagemefngh for the
iwr Gwmillw poide Thusday.
'm 7,f e urtu wi be ueld
mlweba ient of the Cristobal
OiUblic .huros tarttn at 7:30
wjt Son tb tad are
wtlcoau to attend.
Member of Troop 1, Margarl-
S who Wrt seeIe awards at
our Include: 2d Class,
S Hmy r. B utz, John p. Haw
thWne and Gary 'Irvin It
daw John Campbell. Jebnhth
Wal O Frank M*Leod and
i ai PetnM; Star. JohA Berg,
r.; merit badges. John Bath,
rt; John BDer citisenhip in
the home, home repair, Awim-
; anl nd woodworking; Deane
sbll laraip; Frank
ao, oarshIA4nd swim-
.- m Carl Newhard, swimming;
iWJade em, art and Itbaaketry;
a Sands, swimming.
6, Crlitobal. members
Of 'Dragnet' To Be
Featured Oct. 16
F- m ', A
* Tm'mwi mw- k
m "Bilt Up
One, Week Only
fraction of original cost.
* LEATHER GOODS -
50 to 75% reduction.
* CHINA TEA SETS--
% of regular price.
* FLORENTINE SILVER
* JEWELRY -
a giveaway price".
tur which giv
styl. Ieux uoud
r~o~w .m .,M.
Sale Starts Tomorrow Thursday. i
$44.00 lo $265.00 Priced from $
pm .:. a
62 pc. $104.00
103 pc. $148.75
Rogers Silverplate... 30 pc.
52 pc. s 84..50
76 pc. $122.75 $7
set was $19.50 NW $1
Solid Gold i
BRACELETS ..............$27.50 to $175.00
WATCH BRACELETS .......$17.50 to $ 2450
PINS AND PENDANTS ..... .$15.00 to $1.10.00
CROSSES AND LOCKETS ...$ 2.90 to $ 165t I1
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XHesB .... ;. ****'.....; ,+.+'. |' mt^- ,"awei Jk *
eCtb Tropleal In Colon.
If addltlo to the specially-
rriag!d danme music bw Boa
and Clarence Martin and their
orchestras, present plans call for
building a large horse-show mg-
., a a -"ourt room" In the
Imoddiot the hall.
Another highlight of the
"DrS et" dance will bea mock
tl..to be taged by a group Ot
drcI O cuatro's guests.
and mOany er
Reductions on all regular.
ONLY ONCE A YEAR
PANAMA & COLON
CASH only NO exchange NO returns.
.xro "rours 7 .5
N o *, o d. "fa- *
OPP. ANCON POST OFFICE
y.r s AH L E
PHIL4O. PRtO"JTS: teffigeraftorsFreezes, RadiosCo-
sakl Ts, ftab es & Auto Radios, AIR- CONDITIONERS,
BMW S tes s ARDWIC Gas stoves, MAYTA Washing
Machines Electric DRYERS, YOUNGSTOWN
REVERE Tap Recorders,HERMES Ty0*ewrtars, tER S
Bicycles, JEWTIMATE FORD PARTS, 4d other cars,
MECMANICS Taols, SHERWIN WI.LIAMS Antomobile Paints
& TWimie, etc.
NOST ALARMING BARGAINS EVER.
DOWT.MIKE ANY PURCHASES atil you've see.
'fTHESE 01VE AWAY PRICES at
IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS $49.50 to $ 59.50
MONEY CLIPS ............$16.95 to $ 19.50
CULTURED HEAVY STL WNG
PEARLS MEN'S I SMfLETS w
Drastically Reduced. NOW from $3.50 NOW I.f $i.
We're Practically Giving Away Costume Jewelry.
NOW FMOM 25 CENTS
$3.00 to $436.50
$1.95 to 029.50
ROS S A,1
FULLY GUARANTEED SWISS WATCHES
MANY SOLID GOLD MODELS a
Were NOW fr
$21 s. to $63.% $1150 to $2.0i0
Men's Diamond Rings were $62.50 up NOW from $0
D s u N Wf-------
DURING THE SAL*
Credit As Usual
LAY AWAY PLAN
T YS^ a
.Fco. de Il Oms Arvsi-
- TAHITI 1
T TIE t W f1 I T 0 RE .
17 4 1, 4 V S : A s. 1 as 1l.
Groini moms- Ml M 8:3 AJL TO m-.A rL, ,
42 pc. was $32.75 NOW $22.95
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Uf4r4 Puwi. -.0740 -r 2. 074/1 Ada. 9.00 a 10 .f..- m.f.4
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B NIS REEDER. a Panama City old timer who has ministered to the health of thousands
ns and passers-by, was feted at a bir thday dinner on Sunday. Relatives and close
who gathered to celebrate the occasion with Dr. Reeder. second from left, included,
clockwise. Mr. Otto Hausmann, Mr. T. Y. Denham. Mrs. Louise Reeder Gens twho has
i ting her parents here, Mr. Ora M. Ew ing. Mrs. Winnifred Hausmann, Mrs. Dennis
er, Mrs. Virginia Stitch, little Ann Stitch, and her grandmother. Mrs. Ora M. Ewing.
0- o Purpose of the fair is to
ANLEIONPLASSMI-FORMALraise funds for athletic equip-
"ICANT LEGION PLANS SEMI-FORMAL meant at the new gymnasium.
ALLATION BALL SATURDAY EVENING [ The school Is located on 4th
A semi-formal Installation Ball will be held by American Street, Perry Hill. one block
Post No. I at the Legion home,.Fort Amador, on Satur- off Via Espafa.
y, following the Installation of newly elected officers. Students are work i n g t o.
SThe 1st AfaI Orchestra wi provide music for the dance. Boys in manual training clas-
.buffet dinner will proceed the installation ceremonies which e are making posters in their
I nr beUd at 7:30 nm. art classes, and bird-cages for
v-- -."n e In. i the Noah's Ark; girls are prac-
rvatlons may be made The party included the Am- ticing for the fashion show.
lng the Legion manager, bassador of the United States Committee chairmen at work
j 20I or by writing to to Panama and Mrs. Selden on the affair Include: Mrs. Vic-
.ot at Box 330, Fort Ama- Chapin. Rear Admiral M. E. toria de Chevalier, to m b o I a
Miles, Capt. and Mrs. L. A. (games of chance) chair ma n;
enuIre program is free Thorn, Cpt. and Mrs. I. L. Mrs. Nene Arango. small games
m.meieta-and Orehewr oViu~ t~t2Wj ,,0.the chairman; Ms.,-Ktelle Haspeth
yt/ pp r ovinBo o hfrsil ni Mrs. d o hlBTl. fehWon show chair-
w u. el A M.. a1.r." Wl i Q. Ian, Mrs. Ara L. de Vallarl.
t ...... and evral ntht_ walL.k nuwn nn Mnah's Ark chairman* MrL.
Dll ates Wle nan Migr.
Sa.. eto n:O wpm.h
ents or students at the new
Javier Schpol are busy WI t h
preparations for a fair to be
1iven on Friday, Saturday and
a unday, starting each day at
.... M V. ..._ _-- ---:,!
Elks Plan Dance
FPo Teen aTers
LAftr Football Game
. e The B.0. lks No. 1414 in
Balboa, will bb the scene of
another Ten.Agers dance which
will be held on Friday night in
their club house on La oca
The dance will be ehdl im-
to the memory of
the loved one departed,
of 1are Beauty.
Just tupacked-beassifl fas B reatW s
SWART WYO LAT AWA. .AlM ow ,,M .e
pmus. The Pumpellys are now
stationed at Managua, Nicara-
Recent Guests At Panamonte
, Recent guests at hotel Pana.
monte In Boquete included Mr.
and Mrs. J. Messara. of Bal-
boa; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Am-
brosew of Curundu; Mr. and
Mrs. C. Perez, of PananmaMli
Rosalina Saez, of Panama; Mrs.
Berta Z. Franceci, of Pa
ma; Mr. L. C. Smith, of Pa-
nama and Mr. C. R. Morrison,
The hotel is closing tomorrow
Tuesday Luacheen Club
Meets At Tivoll
Mrs. Herbert Bathman a u d
Mrs. Ralph Otten were hostes-
ses yesterday for the Tuesday
luncheon club at Tvoll Guest
Those present included M e s
dames 3. J. Friedrich, Harry
B. Yard. EIar Baltoser. John-
Crone, J,. Qulnlan. William
Heron, Andv Anderson. Martha
Hamilton Jean Stevens, R. W.
Rubelli. L. :W. Chambers, and
Sallie Foote Allen.
YOU MAY LOSE OR RU IN
Put them in a nice, handsome ALBUM.
of our SPECIAL SALE of
PHOTO & SCRAP ALBUMS
and AUTOGRAPH BOOKS!
They're Bau tiful They're Modern!
Famous Makes, Lovely Designs.
COME and SEE for yourself.
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ar It -F, ~
Hbw W/It us Wraw runF
Miailm. of babies thrW the world how
grwow up healthy and stro with LACT001 .
the milk most similar to mother's milk.
LACTOWN now en ched with vitamints ed
Sliron to protect yovr baby
mgainat arnst ia nd re -. /
'Tate-tempting, nourishing Heinz
T Vegetable Salad will add the fin-
ing touch to yo careful
planned lceon, dinner or coctai party!
Serve Heax Vegetable Salad by itf, or
S with tomatoes, lettuce, radishes and cold
meats. It' always delicious, any way you like
to serve it, because it's made with choice
I vegetablesa-diced, cooked and blended with
that superb. Heiz Mayonnaise! You know it's '
good because it' Heim.
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mediately after th G oot."In
Wih furnish the ,
All students and ."
On If ma Composes
Tno Monday usc ale s .,
this week at tne home of
A. Rankm in Margarta Airtwr du ,Mr P. Whd Dt
a short business meeting with Mr. E. L uiva
tne prudent. Ms. W. krook6. ---.
presiding, the meeting was turn- Miwss reoad
eda over wo Mrs. Burt Watson.. Oerv Birthdar
Mrs. Watson presented-a pro- iwas o. Preclado, dt-
gram on autnors and composers ter of Pasama's Ambafdor to
of some of the best known and Cuba, Mr. Rogello Pree a d o,
best-loved hymns. The g r o u p is entertaining wi an at han
Joined in smging the h ymni tsaW on the occasion of her
with Mrs. H. Egolf as accom- birthday.
Those present at this meet-
ing were: Mrs. 0. E. Jorstad, Mr. and Mrs. Wine
in. 0. N. Engelke, Mrs. Prank Entertain M*L OeGs
McLeod, Mrs. J. M. Br o w n. The Golf Heights residence of
tAd AM. J. F. Methan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. KlUne
"- was the scene on Saturday eve-
.ss .ing of a party honorin Mrs.
Col, and Mrs. James Pumpel- John Gens. nee Louise eeer,.
ly and daughter, Christina, who of New Canaan, Connectic ut)
were formerly at Ft. Oulick, who has been visiting her par-
have been visiting on the Isth- eints in Panama. -
0 0(TTONS, from $4.'k
Bveain and CeWktail-DRESSES OF
* U taf'
STONE RING VALUE'
10 KT. GOLD
i~ ~ Ui.l;?
k : ::;*< ,
Cho ae from synthetic ruby, sapphire, '
emerald, topas, aquamarine and many -
other. Largest selection on the Isthmus -.a.
of Women's Ring .
m.hUA..TI.. MI ,
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FROM 7 P.M. TO 9 PA
pIR '. ,J^ ^
teo tnasmcanal o e, will b
Sof theth we
le and fthbeu
of Orawf rd
=i" w be bld n Sua w
closely associated with lt. *ol
copal Clur h on the ttnau
serving u eator Wade.n-am
Lay reader of the Cathedral o
St. Luke the leloved PhyMsiian
the forerunner of the prmean
Cathedral of St. Luke.
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"AMOR EN LAS SOMBRAS"
"THE GOLDEN MASK"r
If Tehnlcolor Plus:
MACJANO vs. CHARLES
IN TtatUNJAlNL MiamHi
ZXCITING DOUBLE FZATMIRI
JON WATMNI, In
?AUL KUNI, a.
Odal ana Jidner
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an for ab
M7 A. for aeve
staUons may b
r ".Jn opmlc
wm WseS ot
; Wiet Club sunday evening
Sof Maor and M Jim
n-i"a l.ate rL -'J dsaM, and
S ara IpL ad M rs.M all
i o t wh Wre 1i a m for
sOfiea new signeag Miit
"f. de.1_ *, and le.,V.
and r a nt. W rs. C Gb&FIt
ton, wr er th a
S baby cup for new yong
-itsh e bu T"69 o yed the
- on Week fr .8. Army Angelo
__aAMsand Sam Miakioam-
p.m. sW llbe06490ed by
LM r la Navy -will behold
taught at htand eight be-
ral year, at 7-30, at the Aie"lm'.
who have on Club at Ft. Amiadlr
gh three-act comedy. .h
enjoyed a succesaful run on.
e made at BroadwilWl be directed bY0
any time Dondfaag "
Nalop On Thereare three female and
seven male roles in the and
the bil o aitedg" n
t1;IisAn action. Im stance of fire prevention is being brought to the pub-
,19 wt t ol-ToePerformed early In No, 's atttmibn doint, efforts of the Gove rnment fire departments in the Canal Zone and
tat Pon the Psmanin fire department in the Republic of Panama. In preparation for Fire Preven-
Si~on week Oct. 3-9. (U.S. Army Photo)
re Gredt Record
SZone Fire Depart- prance fire eine.euiped with
wil join in the an-a 7-tood aerial lader. Th
ton of Fi Preven- hre ir eng s a apable
eglnlln Oct. 3, has pumping 1,000 a per ml-
lehouM be the on- ute.
ht.ng organizations The entire Fire ivislon hasaa-
Sconiplity. bout 15 miles of fire hnse which
to the annual reportI t1 larly by 5dl1
S-*- **uIt4 _* nr m W f~
M TIll Buy Your DINNER SET
T| of the finest English Bone China
A." THE FRENCH BAZAAR
Swin meet st IvM P-,OwB Cen
t,.Boa, I 7:45 pjm.. to JUAN PALOMERAS
irim to an Afi ela&v arVmn arAnA
CO.L O N
F.MrW W A. A."L
Service Toe HeIM
Al i. Peter's C. 2.erseD
In farewell to the outgoing -
priest and welcome to the In-
eol a service S* uylnng ,an electric train Is M
t. Peter's Chch ILmportant step for mot people.
Boca at 7:30 p.m. rdy, with why Well consideringth
Sthe 'ry Rev. MalcolmI Mac- matter there 4 e -vral-thin-
Donald. dean of the Cathedr to be su abbt. First of aL
of St. Luke, Ancon, ues the comparaUvely small sum of
preacher money ex aded should be so
The Rev. John 8. McDuffle, invested t It will- yyou
who was stationed in La Boca and your boys ample C ddmnd
forthe.past two years, has been in the form of pleasure ow
tnserred to the cathedral, satisfaction. To obtain these
where he will work under Dean ends, certain requirementa
MacDonafl. necessary to far at electric
are concerned. rery 1W h
Succeeding him will be the inrsted n, I
Rev. John Spear, assigned to pastime, will ant' th rala
this diocese by the National themselves to be exact Ne5lls
Council of the Episcopal Church of the originals. But nOt .on
and whom Bishop Reginald H. that, the rails also must be Just
wooden appointed as priest In like the rails in the States
hare of Peter's Church, of that it to say, they must hate
S..on's In Gamboa and to only two ralls, and not have an
the chaplaincy of Gamboa peni- extra center rall.which Is never
tentlary. seen for steam or Die trains
There must be reallUsm-that is
Accompanied by his wife and why the Gilbert "American Ply-
four Ultte boys, Rev. Spear ar- er" electric trains are designed
rived at Tocumen airport Mon- exactly to scale, and without,
day night. of course, any center ral. 1- o-
Rev. 8pear gave n the pas- bert trains are the only ones
torate of 8t. A]ban's Church, which can derive their full pow-
Brooklyn, which he served as er without their having to have
rector for almost four years to an unrealistic-looklng center
come to the anal Zone. raill.
Mrs. Spear, the former Carol
Perkins, wa: nursing supervisor There are other things to con-
at the Yale Psychiatric Institute saider In buying your boy an I
I elect~ric train. no tlt* 1ta i Afi
MIDDLETOWN, R. I. -(UP)-
Sailor Henry L. Armstrong was
enraged with speeding automobiles
continued to flash by his upraised
thumb. So the 19-year-old hitchhlk-
er stepped in front of the next
car to come along and was
knocked fiat. Condition: generally
unhurt but wiser.
which, from Dad's standpoint,
is the matter of credit. You an
get cred_. a "Off-
bert of S at il
Agencies, S. A.. Cathedral Plaza
(round the corner from Felix
Maduro's), telephone 2-0324,
+g.". uw new ^+t^
your hairhl wb&...
hhb.Ww NwblM iss Wll felo
SAME PRICES AS IN IUL
v al more than
tl of ips' irm .nd
p te and other gov-
to f re report-
vFre Division responded
J larms and =1oer-
.4of wh.bA l ved
oef 0' of fir-o Inn
aM day em-
51 rit, the d dur-
st year, made 1,002 In-
Sleft p Canal-Com-
schools, public assembly
Sb it, storehouses,
the Division follows
Spesble the codes and
int of the National
E Wre Underwriters in
aBltAfte and the
ior Sfleting afety from
dd1i to regular Inspec-
Canal Zone firemen
BM part of their work-
I.s. p( rbi.g themselves
r e et or fast ac.
A4 a rounds.
hpmt Includes 10 PFord
e which are
Fton ord trucks
ixmto fire engines by the
Fr quipment Company
e : one Seagrave fm
WWe Ward La France fire
it.md one American La
WOWING AT rOt
Al A 6:15 8:10
U ri al
fot epai. AJll 0 qO M ae com-
otwhauld every three to
hiere are 79 Caa Zone fire-
men. TO join She force. th,
mut be hlh school d Miesho
between the Ms of 21 aw
years, n_ mailer than five 4eet
seven Inchea and 140 pou in
weight, and no larger than -x
feet wo amd 3W _VundA$-
The firmen undergo a mon-
tinmual tUthIng pna m.Durin
the pam year o attend
ed a ten-week N oW of the New
York ty Fire Department and
a tworweek Instructors' Train-
I" = Cone at the National Cvil,
Dotf e Reame SchoOl at Oley,
Maryland. Another officer at-
tended a three-day fire-fighftng
training course. In the use of dry
chemical extinguishers at the
Ansul Chemical company at
Four of the Canal Z.ne Fire
officers were graduated from the
Supervisory raining Progrm
conducted by soraokinel Bu-
reau and two others were grad-
uated from the Panama Area
Damage Control School at Fort
Although damage to Canal
property last year was sight,
C onal Zone firemen w ere
o nto battle one of the most dl-
sautrdus ihip' fire m the hi-
tory of the divion. This was the
im which broke out on the Ms.
ilt. a Norwegian cargo ves-
sel. The subsequent explesipu
which followed approximatey
nine hours after the .re wA
considered x~uOalabedm, resulted
In he deast of ts employes of
the Panama Canal Companyh d
the hospltaliaUton of t others.
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Untd Pres Sportb Editor
NEW YORK, Sept. 29 -A pair of pitchers who
figured they were lucky to be in the.big league
squared off today in the opening gamde of the world
It was curve-balling Sal MagW Cleveland yesterday and engaged
lie, once a four-year refugee a light worut at. the .~olo
from the Mexican League, for abortly afterward. Al
the New York Giants. oen and ry obyfthe In-
And OppoSng him for the dlani were t iy playessutf
Cleveland Ind was sinker- fering injut but .are not
ball pAe Bob Lemon, who only considered too serious.
became a pitcher in 194' after
a mediocre career as an outfield- Rosen was hampered somen-
er and infielder. what by a. bad knee. hand and
Increasing cloudiness with back but he assured L o pe z
temperatures in the mid-0'$ he "will be okay." Doby had a
were forecast for the game. "tender shoulder" whlbh he
starting at 1 p.m. EST"before an wrenched slightly against. the
expected crowd of more than Detroit Tigers two days before
50,000. And the Indians, who the end of the season..
this year -anapped the five-year
monopoly of the New York Because the Cleveland balI
Yankees, were rated as 11 to 10 park Is able and probably will
favorites to take the opener of accommodate upward" of 80,000
the best-ofaseven classic and at fans for'each game played there,
17 to 10 for their third world this Speles is expected to be the
championship In as many tries., richest one in history.
-The odds favored the In-
dians chiefly because of the' To get it underway today, Jim.
Tribe's tremendously brilliant my Barbieri, 12-year-l center
pitching staff, built- around fielder and captalinof Behenec-
Lemon, Early Wynn, Mike Gar- tady, New York's Lttle Leagge
ela, Art Hotteoman, Bob Fel- champions, will throw out w
ler and rookie Don Modsl. first ball.
Wynn, a 23-game winner like
Lemon, was the choice of man-
ager Al Lopes to pitch the secondA
game of the World Series tomQr- jf AU P f lI
row while Giant manager Leo
Durocher countered with his 21-
game ace, southpaw Johnny An- 'Bum'
tonelli. U m ISt
Lemon, a 20-game winner six
times in the last seven years, is
no newcomer to World Series I
competition. The Long Beach,
Calif., right-hander won two **
games In the 1948 World Serie
to be a key mound factor id
Cleveland's victory over the Bos- NEW YORK, Sept. 29 (UP) -
ton Braves- A Brooklyn fan-of all peopld--
The 37-year-old Maglie,. who was first in the grandstand line
compiled a 14-6 record this sea- at the Polo Grounds today for
son but was at his best in the the first game of the World Se-
"big ones," was beaten, 6-2, by ries between the New York Gi-
the Yankees in 1951 in his only ants and the Cleveland Indians.
World Series appearance.
There was a allaht chance that George Schneider, whose be-
Durocher might change his mind loved "Bums" were dethroned as
before game time and switch to national League champions by
the younger Antonelli for today's he Giants, strted the ai atn
game. Lpez said he wa ready a. T Tuesday. The
"If Duroch tries to switch to t 9
series willbeplae atii mtebO-ll a e w
cent, horseish peshapd 010 in the line.
Grounds after which the scene
al Sthdiumft t eM nd for te Police, who usually discourage
nextw three gates. elastnoth tingto get an -
mes if necessary, will be play- tythig to gt in any-
ed in ew York. There will be no one's way.
"open dates" for traveling.
While the major intereo cen- Bleacher fans were 3,000 strong
tered on each manager's pitch-"at an early hour with the lines
selections, tere was lo tfor the "bargain" seats stretch.
npome specultion on whether asIng from the bleacher gate along
Durbcher would install Monte Ir- Harlem River Drive to the Har-
vin in left field pr Dusty Rhodes lem speedway. They were four
whose. spectacular pinch hitting deep and the line was growing
won several key games f the longer by the minute.
Giants this year. he ow were orderly and
As late m last night, Du- The crowds were orderly and
rocher said he wasn't sure good natured.
whom he would play today, Ir-
vin or Rhodes. .
Durocher has yet to lead a
World Series winner. He won the WI IC Do
National League pennant with
Brooklyn in 1941 but was beaten
by the Yankee, and his "mira-
cle" 1951 Giants, won the pen- NEW YORK, Sept. 29 (UP) -
nant in an historic playoff with The Polo Grounds, scene of the
the Dodgers, also bowed to the opening game of the World Se-
Bronx Bombers. res today, is the easiest nark la
All told, the Giants' record In the major leagues in whleh to
the World Series has been little hit a home run-and at the same
better than Durocher's personal time one of the hardest.
one. They have appeared In 14
previous fall classics but have The shortest "automatic home
won only four of them. their last run" in the majors can be hit in
world title being gained at the the home of the Giants. A score.
expense of the Washington Sea. board hangs from the upper
ators in 1983. deck In left field at the foulwe.
The Olats and Indians, who Any drive striking the fae of
trained withez a fungo'drive a this scoreboard, which i1 only
each other In Arizona last M tly more than the ruwfbook
spring, are no strangers, mum of 350 feet from home
traveled east together In platAa a homer.
To Wes ... e '' land
ng The Fairways Tyi Pyrobable
or one of the members th -1M olbeus Ii 'U
s weather was perfect for committee. In this s r.2 <> he
. ai Thuayand23-ment we are always anxious f ta siR
. .... for bidle, i.. nts. pr and we hope that ours will be Aie.b ..DIa n 1
S for bogers. The winner the last one out. This should be Deby, Of Moef at_
fo bog jea good warm-up for the mixed R es. s -he"e, M'-
IE- flag tournament early in lob. S
I l g loc 41 pot member. There will be a golf ball n egk
^ Lord 36 f mr least putts again this week. wL a
IBbt: I Don't forget that the qualtfy.. ... ..b 11
Ing rounds for the 1954 Frt A-
aE .a .~- U Wahen's Club Ch4mton- hetgpe aeM tO
lrk came In Tbrament will be played
wiinthWtanAlM 6th A
PaU .Tth il be .ea.i Dewy (AL),
d,.-_ id 0 W
ie Glants, who also weremua-
ogs in the last World
participated in against the
kees in 1951, are meeting the
gest representative Cleve-
has ever had. The Inldians
111 games this year, more
iany other previous Cleve-
club. That victory total also
sed the former American
ue record of 110 victories in
hgle season held by the New
k Yankees since 1927.
till, Lopes did not agree
h all these who tlled
elub an the faerItes a-
nat the lmuab.
IM eoddsi d &It esuad
bt to me," he sad, whio
mmii Shat the matgs wen
he Indians arrived from
But it's 475 feet to the bleach-
ers in deep center field and on-
ly one player in history Joe
Adoock of the Milwaukee Braves
-ever hit a homer there.
The left field foul ine meas-
urea 279 feet to the base of the
wall and the right field line 257
NEW YORK, Sept 2 (UP)-
There's an ootade chance that
rain may Interrupt the open-
In game of the World Series
tay, but a Iush stroWW
row se ared
The official wear forecast
was foe "Ifeoua g oleedinef
and warm with dLua
thnu der sheserM by
mght." As frteew l'twa
The uig imed hereby a vfag
ts eeaw] public that
EGBERT WAE. THOMPSON
Is no longer an miiloye of -TratmpMe
Baxter, S.A. and mebligda w r
ibifliy Is aeepmkr fr my dd =dM.
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-dwi =i~s Is e04.aus Ilk
a o be No
(b get mor i pitching. aqd we =u8t40t mpr power
wpect to R" thisBa. But ha tmg' I,(eIt
aw WM bth privlee w re me.
A eke 1. ; b Idoe notbs. to doe-
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Sone of the ar-
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a select group bla
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lmtratuuni tupcb f:otil5i5n
wfLeo PrUQo fl-
owe 9 wh include
a 542 game. ud Baler and Dan
Thomau, with 619 and 562 ow-
ed te way for the mall order
Leo Presho and Ted Wilber
were the' winners of the tickets
for a free dinner so generously
donated by the Atlas Garden to
the persons scoring the high qet
and hlih game In each we.
Colbert 150 202 16 520
Thoma" 1 $01 e 02 2
Mt 170 153 5111
Baser 315 2 201 610,
L*M inPsM7 St
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Colston 181 I 505
Premho L t 170 589
Selects 10 175 *619
Burgoon 66N 17 407.
Waggoner 238 215 175 0181
"-ba"won t-e most gaes but
was able to defeat Peru o once
while dawing a nthmer and los-
ing two. Peru did well in holding
two victories over Cuba, but fail-
e4 to defeat Mexico as the four
encounters between these teams
Cuba scored the most goals of
the season, 21, followed b Peru
17 Mexico 0 and Chile 5.
Most gols w scored against
ClOe, 22; Cuba ha X13 cored a-
ga them and Mexico and Pe-
ua o7 each.
The girls' volleyball champion-
ship la nw.eer final
round wh DaLd lading follow-'
d by Lunky L, Montcio and
Lucky Seven. The young irls
rr o, o ard
I t yout'1,
Ashto & Pfrsons
S ag d a ^^^W figmmhe.* m oi -smoow sotkil
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Ai'4 i rh nue laoew inep wpeeyof Re
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S4 o1today 0 1" the- tw n&me in no Tagemy
tpostWwar or id I n
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So gad t by a o.-. nt ba ony
t. -Mb a La m o' lemon's Ih
.500 I n the si* m tri mph
do..hen etes, elt uuts,
Ocam off the ,aakbac and o-
lowbit three hoe rns in ese c* is D 1 tm
aSRtAo* w dered tB.r heb. ulem en to reserve 1
weeks .. l n tho "- t*lCu uci. pNdMh
S 9 1 bas esa.tenh ig av be erag bow s e.n
i -- Is T. .ear:n ..* s *ts getwsn th 1wa sM a ther
Kl Sr e ri e. oft e.
tc e off memaneanmmd nth to 1 set-
Sth, raro e b iIe 1 5Nen sears hlloamahalter-
wr hg for.the eass a BWat h duties of an u- t ees tiein
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,IeC ...ndian in the 1954 Wrld r r o e .
opener at thP .loGrou nds In New Y or. k -th s Nn
sc ontobatfor Monte lrv in the 1 115 arm,
aSdW half ofthe tenth after Willie Mays.drew nat .
waste second and Hank Thompson was
i "tatly passed& H r> I
& The lwiBnerbwlmon wh atsU the waJt M c a t b Cv
s ]A tapafty trowd of 52,700 paid fans witnessed
'eer. The winner was relief hurler Mar Gris- i WAsHiN TOW, .S s
Sler rBob Lemon who went all the way -Vi n ,, l 2
SIndians. emflo who was wa~ known the unacofui
oaer. Stricklan grounded tophr. duriAngt his p eats of rwesidence reco h c ens
l egpoppet.ee rnale Zone C i do u, _h-
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