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:
AA00010883:00535

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in thai their death due eraw months wnen he treated k
a a "t&ox reGuon t. q un- and ailing realdents.
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FLIGHT FROM FLOOD-Two- flood victims at Alsip. ll., low aciou .bubmerged b ersection
after freak thunderstorms brought 7% inches of water down on the area. Hundreda of per-'
on a In the Chicago area were forced to leave thr watery ho~ u. The water level can be
measured by the car at left, (NMA Telephoto)
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t. .. J. Thome, ; 2w ndv ever, that the la" -n th-e te Jlso WPu M 1ri or the Red Creo have eon ,
-Og tlyve iipreaide nt oft dn ydaifwhen The Wand, Mayguana The Osun broke throub today iepeala n,* the
I a h nferred with the hoier hits op.- water latest Ahe a l i0 a forth for helrt tie oiny the big o
'ioO, hepmnfatlverr ad wityh' which lies about 160 miles nOrth, b of
e vh don representative a ander on ay. wa r o Haiti wag omthe alert for the rais bemn Satuday evening,e e G
t "eyth under con- .At Ua.m. Hanzel asormem approach hurricane. The is- but the weather Bureau warned
SrA rumpus. cap_ when, new tna Th e Island, locath land isthe site of a guided mis- of poble showeMttoeorrow. vest e".?. -t
SD In JA rmpus lca. when a new ton. e sland, loca e station. Another man found drowned Since Monday S*totf.. th I
union, Local 907 tor local-rate out 0 miles north of i Heaviest damage from the In his -flooded -bsement brought i hes of ral t .
h 1-.em loyeayofhthermed servicesha ha-baltwndustryw as on Haltt. f tthe total of Chicago vict Iha fallen on t
Over 20,0000 chat X-rays have broke away from the parent or- urricane, egh rop in storm-cauaed acclet to 15, ye terday.
b aeen taken i P since the anization, Local 900, was inves- storm this year, was moving The tempest brushed harm- A boy also was mlsslng and fear- The death by re.- d
mMa X-ray cam linwas start- ted last month by two other tween a northerly and nor lesly past the huge U.8. naval ed drowned. Iorted ocurrd ln.y ... ..
edfur aGonths a.b the Min- tnio officials who also consid- notheast!rl dection.a8 m et Ouantanamoe Bay on Ou- A power shortage, caused by yuSlea, wher thp.e tot has
ty of Public l. in co red the rift a tempestt In a t. huim bern apeed It i eastern shore but slammed flooding In t wo eeratin been convert Int4 lake by
operation with the Health Divl- apot.T maintained for several day. th full might into Haitian cl- plants, forced Industri to cur- hour days and' four .lto. of p 1alsotn
of the Pot our .Prora offadd today be, Thhom- The weather advisory said H ea across the Windward Strait all operator a n on- ,ady rain. o. ,c, teWd
it.,.wa discloqd .todaY. as and Edward Oas6, president -r fro Cuba. wealth. EdIso Co. appealed to ltrchants along .4o main wien llt s.-V1A
Sof Loal 900, also aid a visit to lash floods cascading down 2.200 indui users to reduce street of -Puerto A lluesere- h .swells,
total X-rays wGr Act.OGovernor Har0.Pax- z ia1 Haiti's mountains cut roads be- irs r of, ,
tSke l durn ept ker which a personal de d' teen two big peninsulas juttingnoftewerladso r cent .Pe .thir
added to the 16 X-rays tikj ward.A.. Doolan yesterday, but into the strait. Isolating them of normal by tontorrow.ars wita1 of me
during June, july and u e ed to reve the matters I I from the capital of Port a h st eol e 1am t eira ew te 0L n
Sake a grand total of 2c,0r fIh m vh w were discussed. '" Prince, pers outof wourl uSInthe irtb. au ., men e t
o h i". t l t heoffca ort nth e sais out ofework untilthe .itto m
vennty ces pu e chIef statedbAl S i in The ofecialPort service msai eerge n o I ra
m a y U nlo n S t a ti onnomc o u nte. ..oniS a t iWn-w a stUll-a s *"
t i Bases ol nd P ot feelt tere was any n a eedi- It may rbquhdre weeks to count n ouof operation due to the mass beenRd _fu,-or edo 1spe ao -.
Ito ddns ptMber p wl A$to need for more visits of un ion sneasdo lrro re, l u s an frsginces of wa.to er st-adm g rin ter sou b oi.re w hemA.. 1.5.e.h.h
ddlaatoIetal of 275 cases fouler @o aethets amndishigvesselsho .. th ....... -rdo ........ ,,rh toa Wined sre Whiso
Sc m- flag sainst Alh e s. aowwhelpless in the coastal bsment anwa the tremendous to blak the mouth of the to 27 mphridge
ithapagn WU tr ~~' e he added that he wshed to tradition of A t haman ever te aw d oun thelpe c ie...
go. return here sometime In the f renceWtcheswom w hserer .wahesr. News 's r ded on the presase ox1over1th be C n7ado lvewas ,,N U



"r t. N, a e week?.-od daulletlo hoor be the Chica n o Tribune as firemen r. ldw nfet s
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ha* .. ,o i pp. e lear e e (nfro s blo rbes cmtynd withea poD- ofwjtere. Thowr u R d Puircoy re T h o *w
olt men offices, pubstries a o, n e ohe r whq reid ain tht re' Hsua 'ited "n a n .* Sever new flooding occurred remain on I it COrs pro ably In n
als, vat uho s, local Iond s. res, A S 0hdan ra n sco amea of PP-and M and I indicatedd the en- today along the Fox, Illinois and due t(te work of .glbc
As.e..and other private 1&rp.ci Wsfoo -,l_ .l tiri S a ore th e w r ceof 0.. ...'
C ase C..tiwua Aity was 11cus today. oft ViaAlnbtOreou roudin& province utf- Little Calumet 'rivers south of crews' which remove hfm .Amu









Air p oil c eothray.yebtwas noteon le dn
t. _. .. ..Arowwe Ty rfered .zt-.idve wainase. Chiwago as the streams tried to and an d bare which thr ee 'esh souMaM.
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Of R I Afmn Is reenler fAIidla over toP .ti i. r'a At lea4 families were left swels resulting from the rains. 0 erto A uelle re e
hoe f o ad R .P ser th s t l5g h- n in.: Aux Cayes laf qv.,Willam r on se n t riven te.ra e e f t l e of urric e
reeaed 'mdm ter t1 wh daihame was estimated 0 a o r panyCof Guardsmen toelre yested 0l the ir
S. the funeral of hbt ft du .000,y w 3ewhere In the prov- si..dbga alonguthe Little Cau court ri e Theste
No Fru H; A eased a tet. a1 tr, S Mlom i, Who was ithe enr of L'nIlet, Lavine mat i unletheit some a ul cadreddr stronger anyd-the
DO -,0Li-car pt Pmbooc was u_ a_ __ dea th_ heavysea"ON=,
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S ., untl r aday morning ta ssthe.oinc8det pt'wnSw n 'voSuter t yne-rhes n -etI Iharbor and"
s-' nol irms aCou ite. n G t rest but this morninsI were taken- l. t"'
rm' Iednificatiortm n 4lpft te a1 rtd '. h bhy wap de on arrival sa Ig another 40PI*we .at anchorage.. Rod
"0. in-,-o, awakened yher rP n e l '' poe
S3-62 .w S Convicted O al oni .I.cai .. ..eydrct are"I op7Sftrt l.. aunseroflee
Va_ 40sedlIn another Themwallet, with $ lava baiee16 wasundo" am.I,&
Si keq fl a .'week oitude, wi left on t et of tto1:R at r Ga r _e l oiS "h ,orgas, but the leol ri anr u Jil
..b_ Cmcar mand head- area.. who were found guilty of tteal- .
6 .. Dick.ens, asAN-1 under the lmee of tRola- g 0eother child. Jool re, tes..- at Quarry Heights con- mayor of Ottwa..-1., do- fishing rods from a dontor's ot e"
w a l him thmee-day-dl l ingDiTvIlo UffBuilding A1 k r old. He is attached lumed today that Operation Sn ,lapd a state Of emergency and bomt, were given in o t re B o re or d a
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.dde a p. ,Bal .was set at $1010. t qiron.. reent flood Honoduras h sa l p ChicAgo to aid i rescue matitrate's Court. mase numberil a t
Components of three military fMIe .cty where about 75 Aaml- days was nImposed on service contifl64 a -
i-vices took part In the opera-.Uej hadfied their houmes. manuel. considered to be the
South Africa's White Supremacy Policyascen Ah o J Yo ere

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HallO we'e' they would greatly appreciate borrowing
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active ash- is not a very pretty at live on the strip at sereamfhi.fo
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and ite,,at t 'A.I-Weir, mn-o,
tractive blemhe elh m toet out Ad
her Aleave- and aboiJ.air -v 4 fighter and yanked hia mra-
lhr ai --nwitio ..dnibthe was in creal
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| d wn Japanese. *nos i
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clear, .xlowi in, ncudig the firs s to be hot
IS $Te AMp 3mby a U..pilot.
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beauty. health. t. message was that his plane was
iog into a dive. Zydtnesses
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FOR SALE:-1 53 Ford Con"l four-
do6r, wtw4 dio.,.,Origirnll *nwr.
ood ru MZ.o abe ae t lHouse
157. East Seventh Street. Curun-
du. Phone 83-5178.
FR' SALE: ?950 Suidk 4-door,
very godd"conrdaito. Quarters 311-
A. Albrookl 3178 1"
FOR SALE: '- 1902 Chevrolet Club
coupe, aeqt ondotioh. 5965-
B. Snth" ,' Dbi Phbne 2-
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eel eI lWoe TAMJPL MtUO.
I en TaN.e& ie. HIu. ej. -N
OI SAIh-,-, "are, Vew CLep.
PANAMA ItO, A:, N., 'SAve.
Joi6 Firemie le il OiW,
rLE ,- ,50 r
FOR SALE`.'-'r 4950 5C sler "-New
Yorker,'.,,qgd"c Fornditaon, $825.
Phone 3-5708." .
FOR SALE '-- 941'Chevrolet Club
Coupe, leather upholtery, new
parnt. G:M.C. engine ood connl-
rion. 5965-0 Diablo Heights. Tel.'
phone 2-3574. after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 uic Rivlern
Hirdtop Convetible'; $1 ;. 1938
Oldsmobfh. C. rertiblq, utY poi,
$125. Hsei *922, Amondpr
'FOR SALE :-4 41p(dsmoblie-4-door,
Hydromoric, 2.pew tires, 8-cylin-
er. Vqry rewIonable. Call Cocoll

-~ tiSALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER:-
One 1948-Cheetobtt 1 4 -ton. stake
bdy truck. hlide;may,be inspect-
ea ottherfrtir'4;C lyta 'Exchohge
Goarp. Sealed Uid wt11bt address-$
ed t1 the Central Exchange Office.
Corol,;i. C.Z." Blis 'will be opened
10:00 gm. 16 November 1954.
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Mlroflores (rrada*..Ma roi.
Phoned 2-4by 8.
FOR RENT: Conrete bun go8tw: 3
, b otion: teams -1456.



bedrooms. 3 "ies.c prlo dining
room. big closed' porch, "hen,
rald's room, vlhroom. .garqge,
hot 'water connections, $135. S~jnny
Boy, Sabanas 81 .-Phop W3041.
FOR' RENT

' _4.ION a.I. 4 v IU6 rNem,
*f mIshed a mera qn, twa
droomn. hot,, col weds. ITe.
,ehone Pananm 3i 141.
FOR RINT:-FurncIr b&VnfuwiqIr
ed'm2 & 4-.beSoom Mparo ,
Co ntact b Alhambra A srtmin,
loth Street. Phone 1386, olan3.


FOR RENT: Beautiful apartnant,
new house. Well. located -Can..1
greo." Phone Pon 2*e 2-H6
FOR RENT- Comrpletly furnished
upltairs opartmen % In awo-fqmly
'house: Living,-diningroom- kftehen,
S .ledroom, ndepe deq
ragn and boath m. aaramg


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Super, $475.00;

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FOR FISH FA IERS: -fo
variety of -fish .n. OU
fish. Also tonic foods derW
I Inquire 7th Sfeat No.',4l n
Francisco. Phone 3-5587. .
FOR SALE:-12-gallon .lrec'tr c
heater oad 1 Whirlpool w "shin
machine, good condition. BotM
$150. Apply ELGA, Peru Ave. 72.
- Phone 3-4517. .


FOR SALE:-Four new 5.50t18 tires
with tubes. Hquse 2157, Curufnd.
Phone 83-5178.
FOR SALE
Household'
FOR SALE: 6-strand Rstpon set,
sectional sofa, 2 chairs and otto-
man, 1 Ilarotge coffee taMe, tieied
corner table 'both with glass tops)
$375; New Home console- sewing
machine' $65; G.E. nOrgle $30. A
in excellent condition. Can be seen
at 168, Belisaro Porros, Son Fran-
cisco, rear cottage. Mr. Gordon.
FOR SALE :.:-Complete household fur-
nishings. Leaving for States. Phone
Panama 3-1883.
LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN! FOR SALE
OR EXCHANGE.- Bendi washing.
.'machine, 60-cycle. porcelain tank.
Though not latest model has been
' well cared.for and still serviceable.
Will accept gas range or refriger-
ator in exchange Make your offer.
Phone Panama 2-2456 between 5
and 7 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS
o.ee .Trader, expert Sfatrede. hair
styJist, is now Peoutifying many
West Bank ladies at the 'Seill
* ibs Cocoli Beauety Shelp Her per-
sonality is charming too. Call Navv
3812.


FOR RENT
Miseelaueous
FQp. ENT: -, WAREHOUSE, corner
iftieth and Twelfth Streets, San
S XFrancisco. F. ICA2A CO., I, J sb.
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Co s'. h bran. i), Property R rt m 5f.......,-
en sA Novemb~r 0. Cristobal FPrldua mOrniug at 11
hen rut carnt l bcated i n La Paz h o'clock e* 1 to1C en orkal.
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Biti|mae ohols, Larry Jackson
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sald h fl the ock 1 home

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StopSTITUTION. 0 Mike
"Pinky Higgina, Jr., has been
named manager of the Boston
Red Sox. He replaced Lou
Boudreau whose contract had
another year to run. Hiffm
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As told nmy Bam. Utin to run uawn a t tryin o ther *e .
tackle ',.
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tal bee a large and I art ng or aed tgy lhe sport i.
hetic part. yfSince the football int AeschooL My the L.o.her Y and
do5 I first w siA m b to' fit one brother1i, im, .played.at No- canV whGa .wm wSthe, a
under my. hrmn atund my tre Daie toeo-Lalwars" rated
neighborhood at Whitefish Bay, him a better tuner than any- .
tisuburb of Milwaukee- body arnwsdantd I were in the '
It all started, I guess, with my backlIel.de.r 4 Monlca's-pariUh
father. A lawft now, he played grade s hool.am.
at Notre Dame In 1909 an4 then Fathoar Ligton,r who was
4Marquette e neIghlbohod, the assstantA coached the
0 didn't h me anw. m team. Wahen t weren'tal plas g
lk all, the kiM lay ry for him, we sn in the yard be-
rt in the book, but they were hind our house. We turned l Jin-
ont at footba, 1 to a smajl-sised Cartier Pleld-
In oneyear, 1948, three kids 4nd.a large,4sed headache for
who had grown up at Whitefish 'mmy mother.
Bay were playing on college var- With Jih and my older broth-
sitse. Frank Aihenbrenner was ers Joe (now a lawyer in my fa-
starring for Northwektern, Char- thdr's firm) and Bill (a priest
ley.Ortmann was dol all that in Central. America), we put up
passing for Michigan Ahd terry a sort of athletic monkey-Jun-
Brennan was at Notre Dame. gle.-We ia I a e vault, W a
Space to heaewbe shot put. We
Because of this, the road from even had threu, rdls set up in
Whiteliash ay So south Bend the driveway for ra es.
wa, 'Tor, lMe, ayway, a r.O All A. th.,s w8 bg hep tor. e [
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re,- deadl- for play ,me -mbers NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UP) mittee has to agree with either
krky war changed at a ?Ie ting of 23 The chairman of the New York rating." And the New Yor
r Bo ters of t Little League, S Athletic Commission has chairman adds:* -"My commbi-
Sit Matrgarits clubhouse on thrown.a IVer *Punch san Is considering the formation
.at a pr itle bout. of a new department to make
S.. .... "- Bo. b .hritenberry says it is and Issue 1 qwn ratin."
r. 0- snow.ylawho will not uilly" to arrange a Dec. 15 bout The co-manager. of Olardell
Sthel- Ty until in San Francioco between mid- insist their boywil be ready td
r. 1, a of Au, dlewellt ch.am.p Bobo Olson flgRi by Dec. I. Anthony ]er-
adle here gov and Joey Gadello. An an rantte and Crtinen Graziano say
"WOill enal som of the. n erIr-iasks How they have this assurance from
Sll .eto.ptAyh comingly can thy.g~ ?"They announce the operate physician Dr.
who would noa title .fIt for a contender who Frank Matt
be eligible. l s in the. sal." Ferrantte and Graziano say
SGardeO underwent a knee Giardello will. e released by the
Unlike the States, the baseball operate. Monday -In a Phila- ed of this week. Theysa t r
usp here In Panama runs delphl tal. Chrstenberry doctor believe. Olardellowl be
Hr M December through March. says 7go so far as to able to resume train btore t
Soco Solo rves and the have s..topped. Or atthe end of the month. aerratte '
L* acSollto Cuba are to be en- leastat mae a non-title says -"That means Olardello
teM t as separate teams, the affair.- .istnbrry plans i have seven weeks of trl-
"- as last yar. discuss tter at a meeting for the Olson match.
B 'as as o dededat this, hm!&X ,
dued" aat tCommittee in ll- year-old Floyd Pattoeon
mstlngtha four games per Londe' A t iHeh13 chair- fally has learned what it
I 7'WIi be played at Mar ari man pmitte. ea to be -booed.Up -. IP
S-optwo ease per weeat C e s y the corn- day night the crow"elways
(logoSolo. Dates ,nd times will
bl bounced later. ,mitt re Lanlois as has been with Pattersa. B"st -,
"Zother rules of the 1954 sea- top cSI n0laTated Monday night Patterson looked
upg wtil remain in effect. num -RfiLMagazine o lack lustre In wuifnta a de-
'. remainIn- effect. A&and -~81-g Aiso- cladon over Esau Ferdinand the
S-lati says: 3S0s outnumbered the choers.
S-MK Si Ia No0Ti s- e eond-round games of the
i ilon m Com- Ammato says be was sutisfled. V'-
SaA I d iAmato explains -"FlOyd4 lid
*rall against a tourh.
Doc. Jr. ooonet. His next'fight W
q1r rth Jw e Gannon in fIn
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tb week. Chanw Tournament drew
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Steodds rate the Southe rnwuke s Robio" ulay ian In L' VOLLEYALL LEACUS
gmopla'- Orelon Marquette- whbi rfch- oueht ob It out fOlM4ADiGS
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three points.OW Missouri.aup in of.Jor flights.u3;A71
thgan see over Provereton andorth- roles .. 4

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rly ob- WASHINGTON, Oct 13-(UP) called for the election of.a Dem- cover only 'the & "subversive" "I have'-v .iM m t o5 -
ent docu- -Former President Trumna, Ad- ocratle Congress. list. He said. t W report under- son) t "einl..t-...
asote1ioalo lai Stevenson and Gov. frank G. Stevenson said Democratic sores "the prtanceat of the ferent aRd ier- hR
SH bei Clement of Tnnesse a4 b11,tm prospeftr for capturing seven prompt action .the lshen- "The a ts and pser
olthe lull med over with eletio optimim GOP'eats in Maryland and Vir- bower admmrat 'the dign'; r
h .Sb ."ter hi. last night at i Democratic gina are "good." "Voters in those "' believe, m ost Intances, the w of-amana
& tarral rally here. states have had ringside seats for we will fnd there wia adeuat. ouar naa o. .S.."s
. I A i Stevenson, tle, party's 19d 5 2 the Republican p e r f o r m ances office of the W bveralve U3agvit, "It Is t
Presidential candidate, declared these past 20 months and they ties the kubverlve association, In Spl '
,i .n a message that the November deserve a change of scene," he or ihe members a 'lo v
6C elections will be a "resounding said. ga tiza of. ...es e
victory for de odracy and its Meanwhile early and unofficial o. have l otter oun- the t)
M." 1 warmest champion, the DOemo- returns in Alaska's general elec- t.tofore counties, on. ., A I
criticc Party,". tion today indicated a Democrat- '.I refer y tcular- y ttsuchn hin. "Eve.r-. s."t. e .
U^aUn W fMr. Tru In a message ic tread as votes began tricklin diuals -4 Alger l than Ing the a- sOO th
tRC W N read by hI therararet, in firom the territory's- four jude .Qegory Sts, ithe n- forts of h" an
said the "i needs a cial divisions. and l our in
S new Demrtic Coe b Late turns show cum- anwhfla, presi- a, consa i
cease the oeaub..cane are "a bent C eional delegt1.1. Eisenh~ er' heaotrIz;. ed pro pe
.im n Bl l VrtY of speal privilege and Bartlet, a Democrat,'l edlig hi Dense rigarly Cle Snyder ildthe
P. Var l i special privilege." Repubaa opponent BarbDra DiL Mnon today an "ot in- Whit A .
Clement, main speaker of the mock, by. A margin oi27$L to 1087. nt mitft marks were
Oc. --*, evang, announceTthat "victory In the -ritory's third division, fnd suggested t he 's given aund e"i a a sed
t SRIA.. Vr Oct. 1 nisthe meriu tonight. ..the Re- which includes Anhorage, t h e controversial .nar" ab the on stud '
tr ral e an Party thundered its way trend wa strongly Democratic. unemoya hd e of the
., g de- the ople's confidence, in .. Even Sthe "bush areas," lcontA Detrot w
ad on a 195 and bderedit way out of where maducans b been The Prkid i."Issudd a state-
yeater- that confidence ini.19 ." ected show s tre t off- ment defend t W il on in re In "p t 'his '-
a nt4 protests Five hundred p a r t y faithful e the -vY Democie vote aonse to c of the Cabinet read t re b W ,
S Pge- y "ua one turned out for the PM-a-plate vie- In the Anchorage area, early' ,oeer's remas atla news con. was made in. wa p -toubp
.o-trlaS.'" tory dinner, sponsored by the ad- reports Indidated the Democrats ference Monda asking for d ,, M
Slorm4'smeln- visory tiane of the National were out In front. Wil7s said talthoul h he l. unemploymet ed
1ib___h-f-_Nation'e Democratle Committee and local The election was being, watched sympathetic the uneaploy. n one p of the
i T.7, PrID party leaders. closely because the territory's leg- ed, he liked "bird :dg Setter news /
She m his age .r, Truman islature has shifted from Demo- than kenmel-fed degs" became ,"O-.
terid the es not cratic to republicann in recent :w.bied,. bL fo to
dt. an hr rondle.aitsrel years and closely paralleled the _,Abtr "* fanay i
B, M t p 0"'tei, r#, fthe trend in later elections in the andye
W.4 aften states. White Hoyse .pre,
yim mday life." In the last Alaska legilature MuFray Snyder quote re,
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Stn.) of the House Civil Service ,
l tEW TOme ct. 18 7 were N l eadon n ton served notice today he won't OOP brenks~ ortls a f will- ayof thi.
f~ wsy rd ad the report wll spel ou attend -a Repblican fund-ral- ion.r
I overtoithe subversiv ities ng dinner in Chicago tonl ht if "Ido not believe that he (Wil- to ati
tour o t ndant three iWih the former eploye. e- secretary of Defense Chares E. son) would be In a pSltlo to io
ma agren do n ab..ad h ls edly weTrepr pnolvda m.n Wilo-hr.ep nth le te vi
ad been Lm en- Cees esad the ret no Ther enubllcan governor Ips-hof hld a"rtons 101 d
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to the June 30. Mch., later e didn't know yet on tat t

.lemsma lidetlonsn. ChicagohRane could no 'be rersh- toght AN Ot. (U)

e 4a hours in ocrats charged the figures ed iediatelY for further com- I woner e o er
the "GOP hoax" designed to ment. i. w mny attitude ma seiplay co y IUthe'5 C
e ofP trial. eu thesNov. 2 congression-. Hwetr, administrative asis- amt is," Wilson d, last i Ad1 ly,
St.._ment.por witnebe actions tant CWtlmab W. Downey a id Th tecrtw e.. a- tl e did" s dti s '"t" '-
senI .e o an eoen. Olin D. Johnston (D.S.C.), the rnor had no plane to know yet iw nther l wt ote
lttl ne of the a lelr Democrat on the Senate talk Se anabbut the matter, mate the aor inot. W fleeoaat.
tdfgrp < ur p e t chairman Frank Crlson had telephoned Frie M. Gilies, t lho Va e


a te-. oR. Ehan) call immediate hea r- chairman of arrigdmentk for wyt. Ha IagSI *n-ao50nsth oeh t
i e: t aa Ivite o the issue. the dinner, to express his view. in i f et- EA
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