The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00531

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1. Is the school board aware of the fact that one of the Wt.s nea-
Balboa High School English teachela of the junior cla is WW- in dm
ing his pupils homework to the extent of three hours of work sona S
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the ssure that la put upon him in that classroom? Then
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FAST PRE1IWH ANb PASSE R MIftUVCES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA

TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" ........... ..................Oct. 14
M.V. "SAMANCO" .......................... ........Oct. 15
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA,
NASSAU, BERMUDA,,COtUIRA, ANM LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (1M Tens) ...... Dec. 10
TO UNITED KINGDOM IRECT -
S.S. "FLAMENCO" .............. ... ............Oct. 11
M.V. "SANTANDER" ... w......................... Oct. 23
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD /HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ..........................Oct. 23
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.S. "DRINA" .................................... Oct. 12
M.V. "DALERDYK" ................................Dec. 20
All Sallina Subject to Change Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO Cristobal Tel.: 1865/6
FORD CO. {PANAMA-Ave. P #S. Te 2-15117/
FORD O. IN. BALBOA-Term Bldg.. Tel. 2-INS9


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TALLA ASSE3, Fla. Oct. 9 outbreak of the disease "in the
(UP)-A sudden cold snap raised dead of winter "
hopes today of a break in t h i s Florida A&M University for Ne-
city's polio epidemic. groes canceled its scheduled foot-
The temperature dipped to 56 ball game Saturday afternoon with
this morning in .the north Flori- Fort Valley. Ga., State College.
da city, w Idch has sweltered in But Florida State University said
90-degree heat for thle last two it will go ahead with its game
weeks uhile the number of polio tomorrow night against Villanova.
patients climbed steadily. IA game involving Leon High of
iTallahassee and Ocala. Fla., High
Three more patients were hos- was canceled at Ocala because
pitalized today to bring the total of "weather and other reasons "
. for the year to 242 cases. B u t Two public health doctors from
health officials sa:d they we r e Atlanta conferred today with state
encouraged by the cool weather. | and local medical authorities and
Dr. Joe Bistowish. Leon County visited the isolation ward at Tdl-
health officer, sais a cold spell, lahassee Memoria H hospital. Drs.
*'usually breaks a polio epidemic." Vernon B. Link and Heinz Eiche.
But he noted there have been wald "voiced no disagreement"
with the way the ep lemic is
being handled, according to State
Growing Populaflon Health Officer Wilson T. Sowder.
SI Link and Eichewald rushed here
I Ml O C in answer to a plea from Acting
Of rP o le Over 6 Gov. Charley E. Johns for addi-
tional doctors to help combat the
l I l critical epidemic. Johns said he
Is M in U, roIble I has been "praying every day for
this mess to get better and it's
CHICAGO Oct 9 (UP)-Oveta getting worse."
Culp Hobby, S e c r e t a r y of' But Dr. Dr. Bistowish said there
Health, Education -and Welfare Iis no "'mass hysteria" in the state,
said today the problem of the Capital and "while residents are,
growing population of men and, very concerned, they are taking'
women over 65 years old is one of the outbreak in their stride."
the main ones facing the entire I Although large in number, the
population of the United States. cases thus far have been mild and
no deaths have occurred.
Mrs. Hobby, addressing the Exe- The county health director said
cutive Club of Chicago, said trat' Tre beoen no l evacu
while "it is neither possible nor there have oeen nod most chil-
desirable for government at any tions from town and vh
level to attem t to solve all the dren are going to school every-
problems of the people," mod-Iday But children in homes where
ern welfare legislation must he polio has struck art required to
sought to soften the impact on 'ata away from school for at
the individual citizen of 'v a least a week-.
economic trends beyond any in- Not ony students were afect-
divduali control." led by the rule. Leon IHigh Prin-
She said that 40 years ago "the cipal Thord M. Marshall was
practical living problems of a quarantined after his wife was
man or woman over 65 were less strienle out of town think w
important than they are today." eope out of own nk e
"Homes were big enough tao Iare in worse shape than we are','
accommodate grandparents. Their said Bistowish.
work-especially in familip within .
many children-was a real econom-
ic asset.
"Today, however. millions of
American families live in apart-
ments or homes that are small,
with little extra space and a mi- |
nimum of privacy. Older people
are frequently more of a respon- -
aibility than a help, and retire-
ment incomes has become a ne-
cesaty for millions."
la. Hobby said the increasing
avora% length of life In the U-: 9.
nitd &ate creates problems not
easy to Pv. She called the cost t's surprising how many women
of "q aonic diseases and disabill- blt he be two-foced than
tie, 6old Sa" a serious nation- would rather be two-fced tn


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a im" ".' "7.'f:rom t ne canu' e.ratha ." .I C I.., -
5a ",.~onvea so Housing Scandal m i
sis a hand usdwt woode
&S43 3PaP s rPa' and used the Reveals Pressuring A
"Itefor f rice, --
b.ean retIs =ba g.apa d en
,a 7, J. 1. ..tjti t f.- .. tfor te fa i launty en WASHINGTON. Oct. 0 (UP) -Ifact that MCc
.Members the decorat Chairman Homer Capehart of and "forgot to
S.. L .. 1.,. -- 2.0740 o, 2-074. / ,, 9.00 a Ind 10 ... aM4 Ing class are taught prepare the senate Banking committee income tax.'"t
.... .. ,.them. so thatthey not only can put on hm "wi then last 24 one nervous."
S NC the Cristo al YMCA-USQ on igs, but also for utilitarian paur-committelves la.on oI f e.announcedte
at various Isthanla club e highghts of s a4 burday ev s as well as for hot and cold eral housing at ent ke the extr
w o ,' -00 mp.m.d ^Me made the.s whil slcig
tta in s tar at 8:1. Bruoe ffift taken from the National usum mack. The commit
affaire start at :W. -tdews Oriented on ein Panama a, from the "The Itacloppl, who appeared as the into FederalI
Cristobal Woman's Club Mrs. J. W. Nelson and Mrs. Ed. The new teachers of the Canal Stud of Archaelogy"by Smul ommitee drove toward a close tration acandi
Op ngMeeting ward Cbx. The were presented Zone school received a bret or K. ath of the Peaboy Mu of its three-month laguiry, te- dwardH. C
te Ctobal Woman's Club corsages of 60ow carnations. ientation of Panama and te sur seum of Harvard Univer ty, and titled McCormack was too ill to tifyibecau
laaC program after a Mrs. I gDivas, ohehrman rstndlng eogatries recently by a set of hadalitd Inca appear before the Senate inves, his tfa her,
silver recess, on ednesda y of phian spoke of the a- of a sries of colored ln au designs from the National ators. long-time M
4t tos Redr pensive work ah c h- omentary prsnt au oeu of Peru which s been Capehart then men toned power. .
'ug Mrs. doing to hep thehneedy. Itv'i t..ad.b. ..s, Whi".-hS--_" _- eI "e_ -- _
ia, with the president Mrs. dog to he the needy. It w by Fred Tour etr loan t the Class by M I Doro "telephone calls" he had recev- Te roml
Goorge Roth, presiding. TfTls was announced that a class of bridge hr the Colon Chimber ofat Corn thy reman Assistant ector d which made the case under
planned as a Meet our "Club" Instrution under the di of the USOJ. All the de study look "ueer"
ram.iMrs. Both introduce o Stey Guest, Is bels The eting as held at t hi e have b enlarged by Mrs. en He said "tere has been pre-
ed0,ogicers, who wore tor. o to c members. t. ras G lub wre a e to variousm sied bat. sure put oh me within the last
sages: of yellow carnations. Milton Copkson ws appointed to deleiaus tal r receded b ro Wi th e approaching holiday 4 hours" and declaed that all
Mrs. JQh Brown read the Club represent the club a e Pa- gram which was arranged y t, tose wi to such efforts would
Collet ma Federation for Christian Ser committee. bome a Caphart had to the hearing
Mem ouve of twenty years or teie. Plans for a tday trip to ma, matto fam and friends, dp that Marshall Digts, a Washing-
more active muemberstheip were Judge Guthre Crowe, District a eru Cuco, the moun o- by mu 4 in the batla dec ton attorney, paTd McCormack A I
honored by were Court Judge fr the Canal Zone, Inca. were so class. i atony 4. I
M Mrs. dohy .elerdezhonorary ave a very informative talk 0-foegri t t Tyhur ollEa ch CDerson oattenAdmacetta
member dt Robert J. 'Neely, tlCourtsof the Canal Zone. C U class wilt receive a set ofxwtHe said McCorm" a. contends





Mrs. .' bel i welomers O'RdurHe and Mrs. r. Neel se by Mrs. Doao ery m o Fort ton s s ". and no .-

*.al-M Vu the Enhrs at hoe. Ble bon inviwe to jain the bate' a in no sape oa r.
t Ni a ~ l Mrs a e gos. o..Greg woi rle o m o .Gewlo c ha ima-o .-.ousing transaction l.Hlie aim



imerm, Mrs. E. P. Ta Aco nn. The Fvoal a oe o fn hates dcat Ms. Davey, wife of L t. Y Then etah returns.
telma, Mrs. G. A. Peterson and were: "Sweet Son of Long Ao" w begin et Thursday at ol. C. Davey of Fort Ama It oloffrd medical




te anos f a ,d M to y ons held atto
Mr. Ralh Graham. Each wast Charle, "Into the Night" by o pm. thcertifOstatin





me de sBase;wMrs.rtlommenti gh t t tteoCA e

,,ro.sbudi and catuatlons, trimmed Charles.lSrt hfrblmnhit .-nani nloie urc
t you have a friend thein an of- John man of the elabouarters tea, Ohicactivit.y at theus Bt u H S. Shared theatrney tore







elbow don't call her and followed the meetin. Mrp.. and r eralMA aGAR fTA :5 with his client or McCormack:1 -
Mrs. f be-wllided lconved Oa urke and Mrs. be r o(2a physician.
then members into the club presided at the tea tablewhiwhos. husband wa with tle rural M YsO t heir Dr Thornton T. Perry then







Save yfew facts at each. was centered with a lovely a r and |the--a j of. testified that M Cormackwas
w. Mebers I trduced were: Vangement of yellow rosebuds. re in- Panama.pthez aaAaone and Panama are a'!Quite gite condition" and















iel l or lh er emaploer ed. Guests are welcome. De T l i nvite TO MUtDeb" As w ashowtsn. Mrn.
S .tC lifon decor y class Wo s eve Committee Counsel Item St
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w !vited A apeeding. Edwar J. OB. I (- j/'
uska aiederrmlsion to donate a O
pt of blood to the Red Cross in.
attempts stead of paying a $14 fine. His re- .
question Crump about the Shel- (CFpiled b-' h-4M W
by Construction Co. of New Or- Ft a_
rmack got $27,500 leans. But Capehart said young MAYANI -'i^1 lTuis
include it on his Crump was "only the mortgage O A A ATRA B.Mii
r.' Perry said he banker" n the case and the de- Tho"m %!
might "make any- aired information will be sought THE OTYAL BX0 1a10
fropi other witnesses. LParkinsonlf
td gfied, Capehart The committee heard John H. WIET TURIDAY-John Stol
Committee would Hill Charleston, W. Va., testify ,I, ..
ordinary step of he imad paid $5000 to either Me- N .EVE VC1O3IO.U0 S!v
S physician to Cormack or Diggs-his testimo- DM EATEDTayIor .CadW'.s
Tryo check on ny was not clear-for legal serv- m, ,TpgSn-oOu i .__,;11
tiqdlton. ices in getting a government dg- -S-n NG N %".. SS
t delved deeper tense housing co m mitment. peal, onn.
gusl Admls- Capehart commented that other gM WE WRE DO
ls after excusing builders made similar paymenDtr Elmer Davis, N
w Jr. from tes- Hill said he later sued and got 'uLL CRY TvOMORW1
Sof the illness of back part of the $5000 because Roth
H. (Boss) Crump. Diga did not establish a corpor IPORTY PLUS AND Ff*N
remphis political aion and arrange for interim Emily Kimbro
.financing as their contract pro- INUFS OF LAS?
itteg wanted to vided. INGGene Fowler

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CONFERE N CE

FEATURING '
Dr. Bob Cook
(President-Youth for Christ Internatidonl .
AND

JH FOR CHIIMA IrQ 4E
lob Savage Bill Gdrittti- Pad Hauiu d '

y 7.:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00 a.m., 2:00, 7:00 p.m.


ST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.

EVERYBODY CORDIALLY WELCOME



FOR THOSE WHO CARE

ENOUGH TO LOOK THEIR BEST

,DUSIAfME"
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ness, a willing obedinoe ri-
the. hair Orowne every.
oolffure with *hwov*IlWlineg
of love. Little .wonder A-
professional hiet s tylMits
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home use between ehmentp
"DUSHARME"r Is thae islea
hair cremne that dresew Ilt.
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The pearl of hair oremels 1 .
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Central. Avee 14 4 CeDantrl ows. 14 CeUIAI A
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`iFOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE RESORTS COMMERCIAL
hto Auomob, modern convenience, m PROFES NAL
E .landlx Gy dramatic wash- FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker con- FOR SALE :-You know the best when rate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
L -chL 9ine, 1 ,b capaci ty. vertible, class all extras, you see it. Wouldn't you like o ol O. Santa
nl ot have. to be lted, $150. $950. Phone Balboa 4241. ivetry to "BESTFIT" Suits and u illM c i. fn sig0ot2a0e4 Santa T mrC
o have to be b5, locks? "BESTFIT" always has t Cleoi 435, Balboa. Phone
ct condition. Phone 3.025. FOR SALE:-1953 Studebaker Con- latest in Patterns and Styles. Santo Panama 3-187. Cristobal3-1673. Garbe nle as ne o
4ALE:--Refrigerator, 25-cycle; mander hardtop, radio, automatic nan Plaza, Panama; lth Street, FOSTER'S COTTAGES, arn mile past .
nlt ^combinaRtion radio-phono- transmission, w/s/w tires, etc. Dial opposite P.R.R. Commissary, Colon. Santo Clara. Low rates. Phone Y
4speed.73-J, Locon. Blboa 1716. FOR ALESinger inustri Balbo2-18 ENT
B < : Double bee5, bleache-d FORS 1940Hudson-door, machine, 1951 Henry-J, both fine W gtm
ahny, very reasonable; 2 m a- good condition, $125; 1949 Pack- o ne 2, shouN Tth ene, r ) Ige te b O fv. .

-Miol PFOR SALE:- 18 Bk upr 4- Phone Panama 3-0255. ATrTION Just built mod
dresser tove 2 choirs. door, radio. Phone Balboa 1433 or FOR SALE:--Completehousehold fur- u dter, Andsave




.rf :8069., t 9Ia.n. Phone 303. nishings, Including: 1950 Cadillac bed-o1o, hot, cold water.--T6-
FOR SALE:-953 Fod Consul fou- 4-doorsedan; living room, dining ehone Panama 3-4941. GE F. OVE, INC.









Colon.. FOR vrANTED Ford BosY four. GEO, F, IqM Y INCT
do or oio. FR ALi Fd owns Tr- r oom, 3 bedroom sets; kitchen set; FOR RENT: Modem two- room
E'i. l -5-piece Philippine Rat- door. with radio. Original owner, vacuum cleaner with attachments; apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un-279CentaAv Tel.
,*tgp paing room set; 4-piece bed- excellent condition, low mileage, Easy Spindrier washer; refrigerator; furnished. For further details all
oom,,set; mahogany dining room ood rubber.May be seen at H lamps; other miscellaneous items. Zubleta: 3-1802, 3-3337.
- o table; other miscelneous du. Phone 83-518. 8211-A 6th Street, Margarita. FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish-
S items. Cuunu 2 -A O SALE-Leaving country$25. C19AlE: Vd ed 2 O.& 4- bedroom apartments. Lear Be lrioom Daci ge
-ous O. FORuSA FOR LE:-Venetian blinds, baby :ont act Alhambra Apartments,
l Curundu 515. Packard, duty paid, radio, OD t sea, ne basl glove (left 10th Street. PhI n i









--ucA AAQH 0Fw n, tpreet. P- l""^;yc e 13806, Colon.
j :-G.E. washing machine. RICH tubeless tires, fine mechonl hand. Phone 2-28 5. AiC
W giC Chef stove. wNo. Domingo cal condition. F. ICAZA Y CIA., FOR RENT:-Modern furnished port. Hetel 1i Panasmn
Itr u rs, o Avenida Justo Arosemena No. 1. FOR SALE:-Chinese carved chest of meant, comfortable, modest price. o.
Street upstairs. ELL IMMEDIATELY:- 1948 drawers; mahogany vanity dresser Via Brasil (Poltilla Road) No. 121.Ce t V, -L a
SALE: Philippine reed furni-. MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY:- 1948 with large mirror and 6 drawers;'.......
are sofa. e rs, car good condition, 4 new tires, Chinese chest; serving cart; b FOR RENT: Modem apartment, ira Pa1S ....... -111
: oman (cushions excellent con radio, duty paid. Contact boo tab ca carved desk/chest com- El Congrejo, 2.bedroomsconnecting
it'.Furniture needs mino re- PANAMA AUTO. bination. Phone 3284, Blboa. bath, porch, li ing & dining rooms, C al
wrap, $40 Anderson, 2052-D, rd NO W spacious kitchen, maid's and laun- Jlag rpmeoe
S eet, Curundu, Phone 83-e776, yOU O hot FOR RENT dry roo h hot water wystm. For C a
1"- 9' -SECOND'- further particularplese call Pan- Dre Paile.
SSALE Persian rug car you really Room. 3-4946 from 8 a.m. to'6 p.m. of
e 4-185.... -need in the family. FOR RENT:-Smail screened apart--D fill",
KyShow this to your a FOR RENT: -- Furnished room, in- ment for American couple, near
HFOR SAL USB A ND. spected. Dining room, iii Vista Hermosao Call at No. 4, Con-
FOR$ALEPrices guaranteed kitchen privileges. 21, 4th of July, tral Avenue.H-
o Moomuch less than Apt. 3, opposite Roosevelt Hotel. FOR RENT: Small apartment, fur-
_ti __ local trade-in nd NTI AMlle Apre f-
Svalue. You can't FOR ENT nished. Tivoli Ave., Miller Aprt-
AL-Outboard cabin cruiser,d ament. Preferable American family. D. A. m OLA
SALE:. 195 m Ene-lose. and imagine Mu(Pllr GzIhmtL
-ft., 1954 model e or $650 t use yo ouold oiIues Call Panama 2-3035, after 4 R.m.l
m otor.$se00 Im Oeeuould, _HO_:
Coil Panama 3-2434. get from a FOR RENT:--Furnished concrete -- 1 S1 $ -4- a m.
EColl Panama reliable, trouble-free, FOR RENT: T.responsiblo pory o portents, 1 bedroom. One at nAt t no
SALE: Outboard Runbout, second car nly: 3/4-bdoom m- $60; two at $100. North Ameri (1 block from u e e ofd oal Guard jet which crash-
12t/ feet. May be seen under Here are some ph0teIy funished, in most exclusive can neighbors. Regular transporta-'-.-Mrfteie ct e n ,rt.eg / eoike
s4 FrangipanStreet, An- outsondingbargains:dnel dti. Suitable fo ton.Phone -0471ed in thick settled rea ner r. The pilo was illed
house....+residential district. Su itablefatdand --eh 'o ,oim.re go
.,con IcoH 2-4253 mornings. .1947 BUICK .......... $375 diplomat or business executive of -O RNand flaNipeiJet fuel set totwo hoines. efirwere extinguhed and no In-
r1950BUICK (Rl .......... 795 disriminang tots. Formerly FOR RENT:-Nice apartment, fur- TALLER TRANS
at 149 FORD............. 595 couied by foreign embassies. In- hd centrally located. Phon BAXTER, A.
aru of 8ss, excellent -1949 OLDS 98 # (R)., ... '695 quirlss nviId.ph FOR ReNT- e3-1405 artmen (faSlt serve) an work



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Will be on railway 8 PONTIAC (R) .. 495 2-2856 from 4 to 7 Pm. or 3- FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment E
Willbeoon.railw .a.d.antsed. (Day& Night G1). JG uDNia id6oh
'elsfr) inspection. o-hp. (R)_Rdo09 from Ito_9P.M. $55. Prque Lefevre. Phone3- HENRY C. WALD ,o.
w outboard, Vc r few # -Automatic Transmission. FOR RENTNicely furnished two- 4436. F: ue. r .)
bedroom chalet, suitable for two FOR RENT: Beautiful apartment,' tql10
SS Lo refrigerator, gas se. Overlooking grejo." Phone Pnama 2-145.'
rrs, SFrancisco. Phone -5024. FOR RENT -bedroom apartment

COL N O in quiet residential district. Suita CbleWr0es to..... Ornnd oldhm
FOR RENT OR SALE--Modern two- forbachelor o couple (Americans).U oLE OTF, TOKYlO csi UP-A .- "TI told' them, I came tolrpy 4 l wA NGTON Oat. (UP) -
FOR SALE: 1950 PackardTudor, oom chalet: Lng room, din- Rent: $38. Call 2-280 .. R O year-ld merican Army .private their infantry and artlery positGen Lucius D. Cay said today
Ultramptic, radio, clock, other feoe- room. alt t: kit8.Call:-28T. BE HO captured by the Communtsa i tiiop," he ad. "I -u knew pray o g i
Stores. 5 89 -Boyano, Anton, 2-37)15. SroAm. bSathroomre kitchen, go- # Parutmets. O sat Ko ra ate~i Otruce ad today wouald.-not beliee ele na yunintr a t e
rage, porch, terrace, yard with bar. FOR RENT:- Furnished. apartmennt-s. % o h t o eahe ahtrdon tonay. .. t ne t er s
BpdRIB FOR -SALE:--Leovlng for Stats, 1954 Rental $125. Phone 3-0276. Utilities Included. Panama 3-2051. irehen hglpeb te epCrfin uof any r ined h oeera
Ford V-8 two-tone (block-white)1 FOR RENT:--ouse No. 8 on 48th WANTED TO BUY & 1eob u believe the eytIoldM't hJuel osla terhalt d
rT (J0) 4, Am ado wEvergrieesGardNnED TO Blla elOo"Bdstae.fbelieve the truth,.staoemesio based on wh hat.,' w4I .. ..
Fordomtic drive, radio, w/s/w tires. Street, spacious, comfortable. In- l a sa
,To ATt House,2 226-A,, Pfc. Charlev.'ulius. told ......
To highest bidder, House 2226-A formation: Panama 2-1456. WANTED TO BUY: -Up to 100 e Fpl t eblondharedsoldierwho t
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Riviera shores of "Com1o Ac.te Urna- ed the oneio-when R d weight fell 0unds to 180 ur- n advo committee on a
Dnflbw, rdo, extras, nw tireslALE ca." Phone 2-318" B E R N A R D 0 S told hima captured Ameri ing his captivity was seized last national highway ram, ha
BEAUTY SHOP WANTED TO BUY: Smooth tires h Marine colonel t asked with him May 25 in the demlitarizedzone edited that a gram wll
in=t House 0922, Amdoor.Phone noi"ANTle Dh Ohem.ruDhti es-of Korea atr he wr wounded east more than 100 beliron dollar
CallR"2984.a suitable for reconstruction.ReconWedn piU en Jiu sad head oe.s 0 "tIn the next 10 years.
2984aeIn-Juliu.s Nacshaeridw7lPeu Aae-ldCho
$ b ..FOR SALE:n 1 -3 Ilds ole on-mIeFOR SALE: SantaClara furnished at Tetorleml l be, 7 Peru Ave old Permanents and TintN. grade educatia and had served by a land mine.
'lu; -.., 938 s lhbrup ,,,,w c...on- -.house modern conven ences. Phone nue. Phone 2-0406.
Steo h o.. good unn.ing, condition 253.... Phone 34740. two anl sentences. He h a d The Reds made "no promises He told a news coeerene his
4A duty:paid. A bargain, $115. Call __-_...... Across ftmauu* Hotel "read little" about the exeIlell- of any kind" in extracting his eomc4te is elerint a
B oa EvergreenGarden. Bsoners in North 0ore2. One time they threatened. to o, a reazite basis That, he
6942 6&AQ1081 FOR SALE:--Leaving for States, must O He said "I ;iW AS't gve. mu soot him when he ddi't know
Ia IFsell 1947dStudebaker Champion. J BAwI Sees Wheal o`4Dg ive-dUshoothemna hentheo dingkoa
4.43WI" I.at condition. punch-proof fort ft.C.ubReds.Ohebserveame of thea mb0-yeir

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.eIsary. ndfro m the Cristobal Fire Depart- he added Board conducted a reprenta- Connera
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Seobviously depended on ment______ e today to deterne wsen were overcome smoke vs
TeN was no nedto Almo C lu LONDON, Oct. 9 (UP) Sh they want to out of theo they fou httosAave O tWto-
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South wk d arrangements for its Hal- in 28 years. tIon barite r tl twthe GOG STMG
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a.m. and prints will be given for ed to o not generally on Pact
aE bllands best costumes.Sn the con n oth e.T Meoltrie can is compltb ud 'a
raagdtto Shipping companies In other eted by the fact that the CIO "I
SdBritish ports generally were Jlocl at Moultrie voted to JoA know gdw I
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7nalty upon conviction Is a
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Ruth Reynolds..secretary ol
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viOlent overthrow of the Island
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DENVER, Oct. 9 -4P)..-rPres- i
dent Eisenhower took command i
of the Republican campaign for
control of Congress last n i gh t o
with the stern warning that a \
Democratic victory in the Nov. 2
elections would start "a cold war I
of partisan party politics." c
The president stepped into the p
off-year election campaign with t
a speech in the city auditorium at a
a giant Republican Precinct Day
He urged party workers to
make an all-out effort to enlist hi- I
partisan support for all GOP can- s
didates. t
"You eitiens are on the poll-.
tical front lnes-the precintts
of Amerilea" he said ln hle tel.-
evised and broadcast address to f
2,40 separate GOP rallies a- c
cross the nation.
In a review of the first 20
months of his administration, the
Chief Executive said his program
yp one of "continuous and simul-
eimeous study and action." And
,e best interests of the nation
dde it essential that his admin-
I tion plans go forward.
Mr Elsenhower sai d .history
ha wn that "you cannot have
effldeut government when t he
Congress- wants.to follow w the
philo ophy of government and the
executive branch another.
"In these condition, the pub-
c god goes'e.ugt while poll-
Stics is played Wr o-tiCe' sake,"
he sAWd
"Progress slows or stops. For
partisan reasons, good laws are
holed. For .rtlsan r e a.
ad aws are asd. Mean-
a hw. artie world, we
appear ividd cocil and un-
ertainin purpose. .
"The cause i which we believe
is bigger than any political par-
ty. .. I know you will fight to
win,. for only, thtouh your efforts.
canc u programm dntAnae to ad-
WPrideeng's.mpsebh and ral-
ly hoee were designed as a great
show of can unity as well
a o i It .aipatworkers or

Alter revid wig what he regard.
ed as thbe aeccomt ments of his
administration in its f i rst 20
months In office the President
then offered a mid-term platform-
of legislation he wonts enacted
he'"PresIcdt said It was is-
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action on the part of this admin. executive and a Repubican C"on- resour.'"
station in dealing with those gtess. pudain
who, by force or violence, would "This cordiality has been a.wel. owl e
verthrow the government of the cored chkie f the bickering new
UnOted States,' he said. and susplen whef t. so .w t es
In the field of foreign affairs, poisoned the reaitan& betwn federal
ae found great improvement inhe executive xM legislative drive _
onditions in the past 20 months branches, he ad. ,: ions,
pointing out that for the first The Prldent potd ot th ai 8-yea I
ime in 20 years there was not an many Aima st .ed to Ab
active 1 battlefield anywhere int he done aT wi r .a ri-. r a --
world. ublic WC ng i n bring theO. wn4.
He praisefl the acccnmplsh- about. .. ..., .
ments of Secretary of.State John' -.e ltere t1Ia.ee. Pri.
Foster Dulles for a great mea. tinlnng rto t eft. audi.
suresof responsibility for progress JbWs, cutes, .M
toward peace and security of the eat, A fr nt in t i,.,n'
Western world. W-shln 'thare am onVu1 .s
He pointed out that the accom ogra.i.-a t ys HoteL
psllsaents of his administration -d balMW ,
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House atUO s Air Force Base, O t was in Denver
to asea ft nation-wile televislopprograpq with the Preal-
'--* .; dent. -

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DENVER, et --(UTP)-Pres. KIU weil ae the Rocky Moun
dent i senh! owe lta race with tain JA we mediately
the clock by 40 !! *st night, tesi ^be yomp
and the final Ia of his fro D e ion
nationally-tele vidr b r o a d- radie.
east speech weork CM off the air. tion po ePres
Network techilg infomned was ,. '
the WL.e Hous 'tten, Bar. '
ton, Durstine"and OabomLe the ad- "I b for. Denver,
vertising agency .d,'reing the one. t.t Nem
program, sever vlOs before
the siw.that unWn Mr. Eisen-
hower trimmed h prepared text,
he would run ov16we..
The Repblicaul itionol com-
mittees bought 30 minutes of tele-
visoitie 6freso Colunbia Broa-d
caltz~oa sul e and the Mutual
net~o i.
lut the Pretident ignored the
wari s, asd even added a few
paragraph. to his speech before
he-went on camera.,
At 7:58.55 p.m. MST a studio
announcer for KLZ-TV, w h I c h
handle% the pooled television and
radio bradsast for the networks,
cut in to sy:
"We regret that the time pur-
cuabed for this program has now
elsased and that we must termi-
nate the broadcast."
White House officials apparent-
Lp accepted the hrief cutoff as a
natuthl hazard of fbadcasting a
politual rally.
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The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Oooden,
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