The Panama American


Material Information

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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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winds of at least 100 ph plowed id IW'
ar Myrte Beach, S.C., today and iM ;ai
its way north towa rd ha ly-populaW'e
seaboard. |

a gtomn's punch that had been 130 mphi Liher P m '
d wMhen it hit land but damale was h eavy

Maxel, the season's eighth tfoil storm,
follow a northerlyhe ua oyrland across
, Virginia, Pennsylvanie and New York

meaus as far north Os tosili issued perio-

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n Ocracoke -land. NC., and
taken to the Ufeboat station
nea there which Is on higher
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les t t h l e to t pe hta today the bigy ry l
T hi: iums w".per %u noeedadesibl of The Ps naa A p A we. 5a lwo ifli tave u ingt known

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wdatiy of eoanet l Wos AKhdol dIren. s meoaS Amu UmM bdee oob & % s
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r ... : o n hth gSun-- and his "o troops." I f you .. .id
Gould you possibly print may name and sddreouin yeornews- crossed .him or argued with ft. 1~011M 'n

Wtesr so that anyone who would li ke to coreeplwiths e- t tg oit ul man oq day, you

rpr l in n the United States oehid contact M eS were oad on som e st ot coer.
jInmo Vin teresd dInoure country and would real!? enjoy writ- oni aomy.
ac he. ter, N.H. mac '.dg p ; h
n lnt d e \ -the r eohaa Nr. Wtkoe inl~, ,er no. M e o.Ti.-. oo -th
pa Shr' rolsetshoup fikeathemtorbestheine o Y9Me .roup, m7depewho-wsi d op:==aOh or a t

to1.g1 forh myelf ardm y oterl frJom th lo n on o eB Dll y jn e
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nthsffceocup iestshe greates pa.thefhed, midos t cnt ro-r iunhfoa '" e. VT aen
w$teeokin for myplo hiehf andm a lny other houseowives fYommte name O4 -0 "te" g ado" wt
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#Ifant throutlh the medium of The Marl Box with the wores o. hlid eadleIem "te"natmae wit r w mn p n iwt,

th Proper authorities l can fsrometh an rtai sprhlt s won't, t here for f sake of.the X
ton employed IinethesrentalYoulneeieondutd.att he SLYat o.mmberseofbhiseyWa ow
manyo ..nhave am to takbOf of, ;it tt ,lele O no t sit. was." 't e.r' ''

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day Soonwore wasn'ta ,DO

learned tosubsti.tuatehnil.and it see4 ithatmithe hon bonce uerIoo e'.a And t

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ef-d o elelanssmalr eonnoqcion t h e.e .e n ata nlec.We
v i any little thing Is said about the service. you are part of itscbl ti- nte LeIna abt. ', -waow
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wIioerhteneddeout ,_mrc.wo-GeTVthe*w vat to -
b-toout idejudgesLandnGOP$aso8youcoFlashdikeep D)i..u v.-I. t n er.
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'blu o ugme.N.1din .hpll.
galsselreshavingi.afmbytherrecn ordeae'os

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ti aa' Ihe Agrarnans andThocllil anDeomofat. I oanhoYomn..refund
to get me ias *llaay hadndler fdom D orse sw ounu ,. Eflrve r thefenseaom!eMsti raw e

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Wonderful things are happening
n Lighting

Visit our showroom at
No. 29 Central -Ave


...esto urant '4"
4Mt Of JM AvMs (Opp. aceSa rfest Ofice)
N 0 n exctelent new Itala "Che'f.
R Thidayir, Satuad as and Sundays
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The store with the temng shirts.

For *very 'cah purchase of $5.00 or forr 64ry payment on account at
$5.0 In ours tore, you will reohey a-,uantwd tiokt that will entitle
- you to pa2 lpae s In our. gra4id'- *F.tin s mbandu with the three prizes
of te National Lottery of Panam ef eoinbeT9, 1954:

FIRST PRIZE: "'LEONARD" refrigerator model
LVIb7.-1 eibic foot with automual
tic de rosting.

VAWrE $398.00


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VALUE $120.oo

"SYLVANIA" Clock-RaDio
543 wi~shinelescent Dial.

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Color,: Chartreuse, H. Greeu, Iv6ry, Cherry Red, Cinnamon, Peai
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Payments Arraned to Meet the Family Bude. .

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opening of his one-man show on
Brofdway, Victor Borge threw a
par--for the audience. He had
waiters and champagne and hours
d'oeuvres and during intermission
S everybody had some.
When it came time for the wait-
nrs e Lo pack up and ake their
equipment back to the Waldorf-
Astoria, they counted 20 glasses
missing-taken as souvenirs. The
Waldorf's finest champagne glass-.
es, too.
Today, for the novelty of it, let spi
us discuss birdbrains. And we hav
with us one of the world' great- was
est ornithopsychologlets, of b i r d- d 1
brain experts. Se is Spring iyin
ton who. in a long career in stage, AB(
movies and now television, has Nelso
specialized in acting the perfect Htl
birdbiain t.rnI
"There a two types of bird- reach
brains Iate create says pledj
Miss .B IM "There is Type A. nap
Sgo rdbrain who will sy any- do yo
thigh that comes Into her head. how,I
That type is "Jrelgn to me. Then the f
S there is Typ ho's consistent. ny
does or says follow B0
S.hie "be's always true to doll,I
"A igl e play that type of bird. my N
braln. m B'a ihe kind of woman
Lily Bakin is, une part I play on Th
my new CBS-TV show, "December
Bride.'" 1
Miss Byington was visiting New
York with her daughter, Mrs. Phy
1Wlh's Baxley. And woen Miss Bying-
7'on said that, in real life, she was
rt birdbra, Mrs. Baxley was
k to furnish corroborating

selected this theater tot elseast a -
late night show because It sleeps
sou.______ -

"Mother Is always consistent,"
Aus said, t"he's tnorough. U sue
starts to wash a window, she'll no-
tieo tbAb the window sall needs
painWt kte'll leave the win-
cow Ce shdb and go for paint.
Tnenr shi may .notice that, he
screen ins torn, so she'll leave the
window and the window sill and
rusa to gt.tb.e screen flxe,."
. ~t it a adosn eventually,"

a re aw a thorough "
S'Diteuy yiIngtOu" said Miss
I;,yington sadly,, and then cornm.
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CHOSI C 8EN6-en. clhu Teh has
g ByKllen 3my Nelm been namn vice prudent by
Re~l China's Nat aI eopIW's
ConMgrMs. Chu is comnvinder
wrong, and the whole duet of Communist Chla'i. armies
t obe re-recorded. and member, of the power-
:CTV's ventriloquist, Jimmy
n, was Working the Sbatler
in Cleveland during fra-
ty rushing seas a o n. Word mic t e n o r of our times. One of
ed him that some freshmen New York's biggest hifi radio
as had been assigned to kid. equipment dealers, Harvey Radio
is dummy, Danny O'Day. Or Co., usually advertises package, hi-
u dummynap dummies? Any- ft setups costing somewhere be-
Nelson didn't want to spoll teen $3125 and $3175. L a t er
un, but he didn't want Dan-. they produced what they modestly
wiped, either. called a perfectt package" and
he substituted a Danny O'D ran one small ad announcing the
and pinned a note to it, rea cost 31384.70.
"This dummy stolen from JI They got more than 500 answers
Nelsonl, in -e-son.". by mal, plus hundreds in person.
-- It looks like fi is getting higher, at
S1. t e m snows the econo- least in cost.


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Only 3/2 inches high with
cheerful, clear .bell alarm.
Right time, allie time. Avkil-
able with luminous dial and
hands. See your dealer today
for Bantam and other vorld-
famous clocks and watches
. prec.o -.MAfE estetqL

La SoNe, lineal, U.S.A.
Westem Clock,Co., Ltd.

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-Two New York g salesmen
whom Jewelry bags were stole I
from a hotel vault estimated their
loss at rP,O tIoday.
Seymoei Sadev, sales mmiiagei'
of Columba Diaslond iug Co.,l
said a ring he 1o t was worth
$20,000. Maurice E. Stamper, a
salesman for the Julius Dreyfus,
Co., estimated assorted rings i '
his bag worth $100,000.
The aitn Aere to contact
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with the a 4ht time later FrCKLES
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Par-B-Q .............. 2.50
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ose Auteobolee Household GRAMLIcN t. cire e ch Cat.-
w y FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet Club FOR SALE:-Maony dining table orate rat. Phone -441 567
S Coupe, excellent condition. 5965- and 6 chairs. 720-C. Balboa Call _
14 L4To qw-o- -c^ -2352OQ, -ri
S* .l B~. Smith Piece, Diablo. Phone 2- 2-2352 fir .".
_i _ll____ -__26 *FOR SALEt:- Doublbd (bleyhed pe 3.1 7. I 1673. to
as 'FO RQO SALLt--Ue ers, ve eeaap. mahogany), ry reasonablree R' COTr
li. -p Sh 6- rPANAMA AT. 45.Ave. floor l two nppl5, meta Di- T Cls past
a.,.2-427 .1-- P-- wode Hblo 2-4327.f mt Ci -: h .
S4 to pm. 5 FOR SALE TO WIG IDER:- FOR SALE:-Oak bedroom set with
2 from ItoP-14.mOne 1948 Chevrolet I '2-ton. stoke dresser and stool, bei with springs FOR
body truck. Vehicle may bt inspect- and mattress and bu with five
aF d at the Fort Clayton Exchange drawers. Phone Cristobe 24. -
...Ori.RENT: Modern two-bedroom ed to the Centrpl Exchqnge Office. mica top chrpn dinet set, Sim- ATTEAION A 1. JW built
chatet frnished or unfurnished. Corozal. C.Z.. Bids will beponed mons Honymood mA 12-gauge .. .
l. a Phone 1:G0 e 16.November 1954. 1-_ IF.
Shone 10:00 16Nombr 1954 pump shotgun. 86-3 bedroom h o water. -
2. FOR SALE:- 1951 DoSALE: Sre by bed phone Panam 3-4941..
'w! FOR SALE: l- ,Lrkhr's-baby bed-
howIRofhreteredrom me I lq ir02 clean mattrs, birch fish; agp FOR RENT:-furn d&upf
m i l e s 6, l P ed r o M i g u el h 2l e a. ..
lir.s No. 188. :90. r mie.$.Pniulbabychest.Phone06- 225.e12y4-bdd por t.
ho 3-5584-563., Gontact Alhori Iments,
FOR SALE:-hMetal bedroom tyrn- 0Strt
FQR REN'I.;*Two-l.droom chalet at Sealed bids for sole of privately own- ture, desk, deep freeze, dryer. v*fl. R Nt-. n
iraoflores 1arrieds del Moestrol. e, duty-freq )J950Cherolot Sedon pus other household items. 6th Ave. R1 RNT er ed "
Phbne 2-4088. vill be accepted at Point Four office "Coco del Mar," from 9 to II a.m. seo Apertmnessts 77, Celn. 1. A. uM.l
until noon, October 20. Sale on as-ls Call 3-1937. FOR RENT-One ad twobedroo bctidsn lie ited. Right reer-OseR,,C!1ad .e th tnd twmitaotr om
ed to reject any or all bids.apartm entsrgayl a w
bids to Mr. Frank or mail to oxI Uruguay "._ _r_.l_ _3 l
BaApateUt -,lboa. Conrl Zone. WANTED TO BUY: Smoolh4 ir, FOR RENT; Compl eetel nde ) of .h
W TEc Unfuirnlsrd-bedraom FOR QUICK .SpLE:-1951 Chevrolet suitable for reconstruction. | tars a partinent I in-.. wi
rtment with stove refrigeratr, Staton Wogn, very clean. low ructrd Nacil. # 7 Pru Ae- house: Living-dining itcS th k .
oft(er. In EJ.Conarelp ort Bell mileam, new (pint, 51,100, Phone 7 Phone 2-0406. two bedrooms, in4endent maid's *TA1At6led tk.
American EmsearTivol 0R SALE-Chevrolet Pickrup $300. MISC E LLAN EOUS phone, hot w Io R
Phone 4-567, Pedr Mu. apartment. Situated at "El C
Oa SALE-1948 Nash Ambaador TR ANLlo. o .n::rPlotelEl "m lnaF- ql.NRY0.
FOR SALE5 6r coupe, r, ht AND TO FAMOUS PORTO BELLO 2nd.u.
-wh-it-Wi fires, sear covers, good FBSTIVAL FOR R ENT: Beautiful furnished T
Real Etate ondltidn. D. J. Quade, 2-3373. Aboard El Panama's cruiser apartment. one bedr6om. Via Esp.iO
a Ete 5624-A, Heoker Place, Dioblo His. trl[,aa hous before Jurn
LiEn;Er US4 im Nov"Padora" Mo._house _________
11130RENa.m. Wed.. Oct. C Lhr bedroom. Cent
tr 't N. 44. 5,1on00ll
i2 ma Canal with lunch $10, -
0n. so monithly. Price: $6700. Ca0nal with lunch $ 10 l 2_ OP -
SO N .,l +. 2 -2 34 6 R o o .- -. -
PAF SON, 2~284*. PORTO BELLO TRIP-L ea v Colon FOR RENT:-Modern prfment, tvi
FOR SALE:-$J000 down, only $45 FOR RENT:-Furnished room. Ameri- s. -' Club 9:30 W.m. T cat, scrend, dihd B'
n thl room hou, port can cupl Kitchen, refrigerator, O l t.2 Visit ruins of Porto elle. room. two bedrooms, argolitchn
SPrice: $7500 'ltoa th. 32nd Street No. 14. See fascinating candlelight prees- and balconies. A& do obroe
P" 4 h 35J.55. sion of "The Black Christ" Avenue No. 22 4( )ln fel t tl i C
Porto Bello at 11 a.m., I Panama Univse Phone' .
VO a- in a 's N00 F RSALE board. With lunch and dinhor 1 .I60_
vond.Lfras. w.$200 COMBINATION CANAL AND A. O
To $SO 1.25 1 gAv et lABluus4ttM1 U PORTO BELLO TRIP $20. WANTED BER
____ON _16 Aveme A For reservations phone Jungle Jim,
LE w H rochicks, rEl Panama 3-1660. MibCCejaaeous .
FISH FANCIERS:-We offer a variety WANTED TO BUY:-Lot of land In
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY of gold fish. 7th Street No. 18, Son "Las Cumbres," on the' Los Andes
OFFERS FILING CABINETS Francisco. Phone 3-5587. Sur side. Phone 2-1061.
*.iiil$ '.F" OROR SALES 1LE W ited
Sealed bids. for ogenIn in public, will OA WAuum ~''t" 0- r -''
bo received unthlO 10:-a.FOctober r '
28 1954. In' the office of Suptrin- Batat A Motr d WANTED:-hEalish iik nid'to
Xdt of Sterthoswes. olboed for d houswr~w A Irning,
filing cabinets Iooted t Sect I, FOR SALE:- Outboard cabin cruise t sOm l tctOler.gW MaI in. p
WOOD Stivn'ae t eM@phone 2-. ith 1954mEtInrude 25.Rpb motor 2-6318 after 6:00 rings nrrany -
SInrlita-ion N, *' y? be o^bt1*red 980; t or will Np beat with access time Saturday or Sunday.
ftmn the obve s.urce. or from the Soeies, b$1)0. Can be e*Ienat r R
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prabVy sre pnso de Acording toEnd
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Ade, mails killer Dan Duryeat in the t l' CatW'da mentin this
Jnt ohf sfbo Uniferaal-Interaltional' ieithofi,. Ev so
Cldear eof DabloS" Busan Cabot m Abbe said oes "tills
with Maunfhy and Duryea in this Jo -W. es ep property
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SOLLWOOD- (INEA) -latt- tact to Burt Lmncaster and Ka
ijv* Yours: The move t, e inmaknll it tough
*m Sne oL ,to the t pr agents.
Httn. I'm blttEt~ l As r A OrA. ever I
ar m i a' an
hi madt-wp l at ". the_ a No. h when I ber if a
rivo.Hem l have an ~, with was foxig her toraq into 1
"Proucer-Direeter" t aterd o aovl anTow X. Ti,
theory ;.weLnot I J=ai,, di
Never eCoMiMet hatr s ain who bstars X4h Lcaater a
actor, Mark td i.M on the set of Gary o r m '.Vea Crum" t
"igB Town'," in whibc hb plays me. 'My a ta seo appeal, t
Ste Wfua: .' I theenk to morrow and I
m .ten .s t .tei I dw. I
,,.*I cW.Ikubramf Ih ffo- not likete'tbe~ecake. My l
0r a.a e ke Or and body nt how. And I
1et, W ur tanee, Ih fl 6 tht 11eve une tlipy. are not crooked
doss, I ha d=tet ang d ph0 tweet. hw anv good.a
few month ag Mark directed 'Nae. Weo u yot any me
Ketctlkan" for A~led Artists. In no, but I to Ia
January e' produce a Broadway sat fJrTM..t5 ieerbSy."
mtel "Aterian Plan." mAnd SO61, it in 1
tue-s,* e toW me, *X wll produce ih ly a t at the I
and direct feature pictures in Hol- h1ara Not# fn Vegas. A Las Veg
lywood." doll ow off her huge diamo
ring, and said to Jean:
John- Wayne's 15-year old son t old you do if you h
Patrick, is playing his second a rt -le that?"
movie role in "istjer Roberts." Reped Jean: "I'd hock it a
but his desire to become a proeat ge a.. alcure."
has a strong lure for him than
make-up.. e. M me;. "1I have felt Sign dhIthe back of Vonne Go
the caU I s1." freys small foreign ear:
TE DT NNRNW -Ed. "it ,Someone Your Own S
die Fidber Is so mear that --
MGM deu emen Roqe Is al Deniis Morgan's working in 1
ready d .oofpebblae' trousseau first mvie in years-"The 0
on her ksk d. ... Richard That Won the West." And b
Greene and Patricia Medina are a slimmer and trimmer than In
eanstant pair.of exes in LondoC been in years.., The Maureen i
Frelnds meli* e they are working Harm-Will Price bickering ov
up to remarriage. daughter Bronwyn has stoppi
But Maureen is still Miss Zipp
A tourist did a dduble-take when Lips on th# background of t
his writer Martin Ragaway and trouble with her ex-husband.
his wife, Dojie waited for a trat-
fi light' at a Hollywood interse-
"Leok,". sid the tourist to a
ftried "there's June Allyson." o (f--, ,1,n
As Martin and Dojie. drove off, ... .. ."
he Ma oed: '
"WeseLt that aiem. 'my theaght
I war bek Powe. dl.u i ,
i(Compled by Pubahlkes' Week]
Ginger RQgers' husband, Jacquess Fietin
Belier, flay,-ljfa JAk Webb MARY ANN --- apph n e
type'4 lea ivIlkvte0* y thrill- Maurhler A o
or, "For You, al albm" HeNOT AD A STRANGER-Mort
made .his _Mde but w= Ginger Thompson
in 'Twist Fale... When her Love Im TXRNAL-Irving-Sto
moods lve the si gna Gene Tie- TeTI ROYAIlBO --aO ic Par
ay aefr, to Hollywood, for a Iuson Keyes
starri ole in "MKe Boat" at SWEET THURSDAY Jot
Paramount.... Jane Wyman and Steinbeck : '
her hew husband Fredd Ksarger Noe-Fictlba h
sat mouse from Jane's ox, nald I'LL CRY TOMORROW Lilli
Regane and I nerw wife, Nancy Roth
Davis, at. a Hl d part. The THE P 0 WER OF POSITIr
was no mehangef usuaL peaI- THINKING Norman Vines
antris. Peale
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S A cake sale will be held next t elv o prg'a n t ;
Monday at 2:00 p.m. at the yel- jIXA, Oct,. 15 (UPi a. The tomberg tted hi oppos- at a ijt ial
Im low buUding located between the gr ndfather of Judith AM Rob- d e 's, ma e to 6. dP
ast reif iJ Margarita Clubhouse: an the er tuestifled yebterdalt he .he- l l .atheean
i Margarita Pwost office. The p o- lived the svn-hear- oliid temptedto'Ie".the couple
Aeceeds Of this sale wl.' help to- was murdered acld enta uri tg a ter -lia goddaughter A U.ef., U.
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yards the completoz of the Girl a kidnap plot that inv Bed -erIadIh u letR d to head
Scout Shack pow b built in ather.. L ,. h r es, w se' u e adtd It r,,2 5o
Margarita. Come and g your "I believed It was a harmless Whoei head t th
friends. kidnapping the child wasn't wtasn aItobe had lie
opposedd to be Is rd Andn ;aidlad her "
be.m -e g nmini;par ty beor the hts ben elected
.. ...testuledt -1a nob meander. .a ne
about 1 latches on tatI'hLoMal rcDade,a-

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leasjail uder b d said. te: Dr.
XosenblergIs rt a de f orsh told othefbhaplai$P

SBVe, Vbeaten ad b. rS.d. r n ottate oee BO a l s night

firs ogooe rt B oe rt attherl-A n wago u r N
Ju re Pat Cannoa Woe t NtdS bout 30 minuteI ac wn she '
I I a u Leonard ~t rei-on, a felt "someh initn g was throng in
lea detective of i under bod i vngr o" ter nl Judith
YOU. WEL Y W lette iAn htriad ben I t pu on t h bd afte p W PM .
At on Roberts on Sept. ner nt suspe t "la ger. hna rar f
ANrandpaIOLA PAWNre SHOP e ts' home, drvena involved in tha.t cfre,"SA. E. Mrcld-a

t osenber's car to. a wooded pots Sihe told ofr la l wored and aer
near the bth treet West No. dncen lorda courts. a car g. t-
Phone 2-1155 Panama City ga did not disclose the rult an, Ohio and .Calieorniet. th Special
of the tests on Roberts. pv-secutIn attorneys wee a committee and J'""'W. K. Elak- Maternal ar" ".'
point-ed. District grand j, '. ie ,nd, publicity. 4 a ro
Another witness, Clark Wood gan sitting. At one time quat.d ? r
S* f the scene of the slayin Qa the 54 expected indicate du aen-.r
night of July 6, dislosed ias life who had muscled In onll r. si g D
was threatened by "a man w th A network of ai ule tetm on the
B0 YIN a gruff voice." He srL aid he ws tees was set ult s owig
StaredAWN Sr. theoree n tesBrN wortam o.-

cht! are not aoryi gone iz'to industry for much more to low i th e
Cniudfon3. W lia
9h StEWet No., bleievedin more th on th his
oroentesseo in aPnpeot s. prosecutingat ally, attorn s echmi p- ag.
dn.a. Judith Ann and e Din con ssional n asn
Another witn ess, Clark Wood g an sittinoo Almo es at on e .imi ibalsmle4anM..o -

non. mitted he suspected Ro b- taed. Ea such c om tce mel tprberasat rh nc ,
rts to be one of those persons. few he i Always there were at yortadr -Ct.i.D.

Nut the' retired merchant told szav .nek rod a n b e~s.h" hsant
defense JulydSaul T. Von eha were dm uscledii r Dat
Zamft hi ns" of Rob A or to keeof &vieMpft o a ManG
ertwas were atened mostly on "Ip dl, something for trs.--a
formation cei.en me by police W These congressmen t followed d outheng ByrdCapt.E.D. C .l
.le r e ad o le t oe t e l e p h o n s -h e o f t h e lru s a de r s ..who m it yeo t Mw b

Wtitons" after the rime was cont- heard t the side-tent show which sinauageftlIsenet
md etind hmRoberts "wanted ent ha aborleder iaRasmbe thePanamar W Nydafer of Great A

after the murder" and wasn't dicarteltaw- h
"cooperating wJudith Anpolice." ifheed atekde wh The iof ruhel '&-~-t Chris. RIich q o m, a' for

chn his story.o z Industry for muS hre n w for Cln e Co a and
br, the adather, Mn also of the auto city, r s in o byWeLton,-daou Canadian 'edal A W On Mday evening,

sadOelevified In court that doartel sent a hiosWnItak In the xYb. mseaznaetaed at
,ot nrones oTve -'.s.Wilriamanke
dirOWIsoon due r we nd66took almost a yea t odIt nd tashat ba dnesaiet
rtu n to be o e of of thoe persons.e r ort a Always there Were your th Re A "o'l hee v. i'IC .
r brBut thr tiredontmerchahiitr wra.aeaeearOw eh hon P
"an-.o wcr a lctightkerf a .Crat wel." ...Et

hart ba seo bmotly On .merthg r e fo UMVt.. I,. arI..
afo.ormationovenmebypolie.s n eharls and services throa. gyKfS&4aygo en w
twons" after the orlme wa heard at the side-tent show which away..There are -

Se testified Robert"wanted ongressional probSuch labor leaders on- IsM lWMr.WH Nydo Gt.
gtogo home to Baltimore right Frank Marte, long a power in De- IconN ..Neck,inw oAt,

MartelhasrunmuchofthedDe-h runmuCoI t hn t1 4

peoe whov c ancu-'btworldut4wwher attend a minMexico.
publwhichlay athey a Santo Per- makisy their corporate commu- of the ,Canadian.lMedicallAylocieon Monday even, m
e, also of the auto city, test- nlon on Sunday.etion "Mr.-an .Mhoz ma-
letter in his behalf to get him outvernmenttelf!rUet wereaZIMario
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irS are going to chase the lore rin on her s d c u
Soy v tiO n the defense i ohn t es to ridi w o
S eing euntor the reguHSladsr T useformation, wit.u Prov, 10O Cla "B.
paThe oeraedsfagetedcre oiTe swing nowh Tos to GplttnA
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ethe linem wn forbank eploym ente P r o ne mil cl. .. re y...

v. Yet nothing can aH be done a- for offensive needs* a blend of By CARL NDQUIBT _o ld. This wifl be fst start siVc romr
r.t this od r uaton unless something old ani somethin-og then. Danny a A been n go Jr. .W 10g p p Iast f -
SeCe, .py. eto itBut n forget the odds and for- A cas ual look at th n o fni a d lNf-ni- anP et 0 e ra oe.* Y-1 P .. I
the can find the n stadium en-t nation. Jon your friends in ilt baseball averamls today Clasl po.m or I ter' r
trance Frtiday. evening, wl be the Balboa Stadium at 7 o'clock. proved tat the Clevefld in- Tomorrow's feature, however, dence Day 0 e New-I"- A r Go ,. .o*t 1 .
There to do their collective best some will root for the BHS Red plans were the phoniestt favor- will be by no means a match This we"ll- sacehould 'The nr Ihe"+.^ .-4 m"d Vas. Y Ii t
to the Bulldog's hunger, and White; some will crow for itesever to pla n the World race. Other scheduled startrn a velop into t.. l
SIt will be the quick-hitting the ,C Black and Blue. Take Series and that the oddamakers which shape perap o l tha n iin 153.l" 11 then ,_; ..O. 11. ..- I as t ea t e-o

o dh e sm th ^^ .1. tg O. ia
~. sha rp new weapon, the Spt Tor cocewoere dead wrong ind mt sb. stout. c .l. i.a ... Imt .ut .1
The Ind ea, play int n whe a t. ou t; Ch-w b _. -. In t e -ta r

rabrrhto beat upethemuchmotes.Hencethew ll Sp liteT sh ht Ae h hheo R
the them suchhelavye chobicles. measpllot winne hiou prn evous, whih ft hdlON t0 10-1
Yew thrhasabee estabpied t be forn; samrmob -reads Hored byt f i
Sa defntely sub-par near for the- p, a rto. d... generall m -( .. 1y R, l i 1
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" compared tW O RK, N Ot .19. .7 N....t4 -' thatmt,. : -
paan no, ho.tan- ai.; -a tsd Fwrbst who p--R00 ao uRe 4 On :-,.
M c ninJor leaue home e run record wtp ,- .ACs l ".n s concei a_ th ....o ..t ofIce : "P -l -.ue .-.
i ,u w221, yet fs ed fourth, Td Mye r ii to Ii Sa .
T" were ponderous iand slow. ". .. ie oaehana "bam h s i hc o ta. Orl f-els 0-3nd--p

tea bs c n l "I i l outf"oth ao ev as"-
to the Bu EXTRA rIan:telau willbebynmomsN ly 6 extra base hits. Yet fe-f1 rt_
"Aan oW ite; s8s mowhcowLoutaberethePhuiest fl. The generathcop en- Baos tot C.s 4 -AL vs&fIs.
d' shot run t ers were dea c The first week of play In .the It will- be,. tiin to -eh. awho.i dho e of _, 11.
h oond a hke fift in ls u- Mereund o Jeweer as rpnon Twth tet. ebBe. a .pe _ho .tall -e o l y andrbdf 108 1M

wereh de a w aron i arg ieltutrnaTid ie 1 viae u11ual o
A", b s with 187 behind Boston at the Pano hea Golf Club wlb rounds. Campe nl.d Anogeme- came w5iopt oUretI A Orte. 108 -R pord ch a dde r -1
w,,aio...i wwth 24, Detroit 21, oNew York, omleted on T wedoes~am n Sd n.a wl s.'F a they u this.s te. A., --- ,- -
S1' t and chcaoo 199 despite the onfusion that r o s fit, the winner f A celve ao City. /el a .
.... fA h4 I C-leeland's ThereatIntchinns ad- because some of the member rcenrtifcate, good di t rlcuno Jew Before .m1 Tth'M .'aM. eoer s.: -Y'r ... l e. fo u: :. .
wh astdl G nthre clubst finest leo rn'tfr uite nRob soi d bn troL e -s t: se o W a BL 1
tune, aved It m game after game ren teir P "free iot. tof TWWN. W. 'nl mh a pvided am8:3 BTa wee 1 ank q df U O. T. $n Pool 10: 1
A:' 't even when the Indiansya aoe u e wn about in t. ld e ect w Ah Irn ,apna el h"ods. Red bS -" -
T Rc wind up as the league's ton ru- bab rr n a B na t Olof *-; L.B e. 103 r ecnt
A lA P i'F The ake rad~tonallhe a.east ttrad thn Y8Rkea to take a second, shoth and the grapd wi be a- L gue. 6 -oJip.+ L 113 --gS o ."s ..
w guG wantshoo l n dth eyddi tB'a a in h eoul Ip ov e ih i o ad ard n t th tn ho n .s a 7t 2 hl 10ASumie 4-1
OnthI ear, even through they r n- atny par rounds were antc1pa0tsoes. it O.e room b H --

A. 4 d na Bol a n a v-l ate th u wth e u. e Ie -w --- m -3 -W- ay oy -1
--j a,- Of th St. Louis re- hi mself ..i.a. ..00 ss me-rchandie + -." *"
tfl one Na t o u r,. with. 77 neaorte. t er tehe nia. neo at he sebl 11 -ea ,. 1.
S. Cardinalu f with 79 rouns and blue r maae the most M[--i-m-- Theen e-, -e-m "-1- -Du 10-1.
Doandg ers thd o h e oile o r l .ohnp1 V rt. 118 5N-1
SA s cored th n ansn r a a8. a to s e himself moef the comg ht a c tls

SD s In y ithe a the a ges k T even parrui ato ura w enamentwth toh owe h. -. i ..o s to -
way. ol ndiran s wereiertif e u o thke hir sp oi i h pn.e d 1 hoM M tsw of f 0

Is wow d vee ale y adneudIrl b A.
Sple th oseo nd tlr 1 o a t h land' were t in ho Ar use- mened Re"n ans ~ _hpl e d 10 : --
antop s whith 1 p7 r-edmpi le et .r ao n y tt ycateegoloa rmaos 4.1 *1
Ba lt Em I nff \\t .., of wl.cthe round-trppers wi men t front m the lades secB wit ur drane Oct. 16, tottoh, adre .t..i c R 11 -ah- t 1.

*E I "o"s ,/ miH\ "" |." bas o th. t hew.. d. In. .dfine 79. T ais was sx bi | ..e. ___ "..Hl*.'. .- 1-+ I t_-,_ ^ o 1 a- W ,.od" .
S!- .s .. 712+ l runl However, on g am a cfoe r beteram th n y"va rpeetr. W-8:37-Am wI. I n;mt,+the .wt ._. .. t-- amaioI Hi-.a ..11, pdn.i nl.e.

Sa ',n they na t .trailed the Yt ke, GA champiobnn, ohyce pec adW Comeo of9 .* aiGr o 110-t o l -
Vh ewi u r ndaupoooasnur k aTsr nwso ed upathe 74g RBle Vl a de la Guardi w ho l Pn g .-'. eiNergh SBan. 110 .--ate hom to' fm 2-1
.. 1947 G-.iantsIn he wore.. ... wh u pas, e -lea L a i Is:. .. .u,_n... O r- tet IO- 5 1
= + ., +. i. ,- + f+'7^-,--- I +- + *on comnp e. eth 9w for they Thee of the has hsd the me8"l -- 8:5a arth+Roe "-" +He.b *S.-t Pool e .... ,'.-

7,1 run. the otnes.y w n the dxore betth etan 4 isa a P9SOereer5 y i- s .e e

-A R EaSm.::.r- ..... ".A.a'ond ews cr ne oAa S- n -.- ,.- ', ,
The .y a s...t a..i d t the arncampae. w t Atl b...ger F e.... B. r ..
wOle drEX TRAth72. NeVirgiia Guardi who..Pa.. ho.
an Par dro.indswereslowoa pack-molet s ad t M erur lmtoCre e R-Ca.m. p
Tihe st 2n esT feoralednMhld. nthesea act l...c. thgnless
runs I n 1 co mpared with 92sfor the Three oft th ath girlstw had th5 mis. 6:53-Mar^1 |

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lmsf-,'' Brooklyn. 907Ddiwt.40 IC. Z. Ierin iVll Most of the meh can be glad ofopni.on ey til BM --12-"- ';,' .
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S _.- .. ... ..- i 'e section. The boys shn a seienms that i:52-Mar(we a bet tlo Bave ris m p ted 7 F- --ti ..6"d..thCo ng--
Defensiely--wasth sa weoulrdstoe .hiave alpl a of t ro unde/T- ear e"..- r I -. -m .-
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f butwintahe. pal mo int eguot aothe money. Camps f eI est IIW h.,t-11_-SO_
-F'J-. th' + ple. t doulng and oder. But no s ena rhos e0 P / m-W. ^,.0i". 1 H-" +- '-' i-B l
what counly be more ir.utnatml wing and wereos e hyofoMlowediSon- er z. Bra,. m 115o, is_.-5 -,:,
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S. e. e practice ot trac it era ndS cott- ot

^ ^ ^ I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l-' -L 7i wthtrthfem, t-e ,for a ott4 f amndot
-- about an 80 Per qent) aped te O ~ n.

ir al e t eae a oOel th d wo ian thse aus the I
the fourth quarter 2 r o Rntr1

M. Brevy.t a .la of the
ft-A traction. 91putting-Ae Ougl a hlgbp for ano er b
Overe u2% two-yesr- 4 .T .D moaMn g rethe O 2flal te

.-pos. b". t hey w aa a o and moved Benne team t
T i Aretah"ou0 res to a into 2nd place l
aht~Mforfel Pa ID stu4

MoJedupk 0 M. Il'ff^ Ti W &^dba&^ Bto~luree
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oven an .thr.wto.f .. TaI _nyt$n commiulo f it ec.i,, ,f nm IIwo

a _und. , .titev ante tl o.m wh"meyl u- l th-ir I"eD"ece 'the tWda9 II
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an-time Cinc ti re- .
lig lui MjBilague QI.t
1 to te dkg i bitb,
ners, 49; run-bWtted-, l1;
1ting. .dul; Most" b"I-Obasus
;and slugging percentage,

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loint dol iemt r 1
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ats or idopped Into a mo0A
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Paraiso Wins 1-0

O i" Santa Cruz

In Sccer Contest
Parlmao oo& an w 1-.o me-
dZet Is mep froorM. the Seats
Ore. fohoal an toe fonzaer%
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Tae aorno of te ioal did
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had to resort to defensive meth-
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b very aggresave opponents.
of Onlooes wee
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GTONOct. 15 -(UP)me WIT lY VV
a ng secretary :of tate
eto report on his cret dim-Leo the people know the truth and tho country I sfe" -Abra l .',.
with' Chiang Kal-s hekli
at Rd Ch soa.- c*ET TR Dn a Ya PANAMA, ILP., 2DAM, O lM W 1856 "
from Fromosa said ON.
carried a promise
le'oNthat the Naional. .
SWalkout Cattacks on the Coould
tm also reviewed the S-t ".eC lr t'

-ulo-aid -i menria ..oFor- r B1.i
il' ato reappraise fte exist- Ia k ck W alo uto C E ul Bloc
benson. slipped away from .
Slas, Shiturday for LONDON, Oct. 15 -(UP) A bicycled, hitch hiked or stled standing by on. 2smy balas. o#h the docke It
ss The State Department burgeoning bus strike clam ca s to reach subway tAtim Shortly .ft sbin ert A Wak w
need two days later that he the brakes on London today jus They lined u for blocks stryingmion leaders of I".Na- g..t the weV',-
to talk with Chiang a- am the government intervened ip to get aboard Jammined train tiul Amlgan r r' overtime
aid matters but refused to support of union leaders battling g n the financial district the:e and Dockers Usefuto:
r any other questions, a Communist-tinged rebel doe ,oRlls-Royce and Bentley' limbu ed tby wildcat a tilsuch
was speculation that walkout threatening to sever Brit- sines .o executives arrived bring- leaders, threaten to W elmiated.
t stton, an ace troubleshooter sin's sea lifellnes. ing clerks and hbarwomen pick- stoppa ile l .i Brfi 'M L.S
. Far Eastern matters, carried Wilacat strikers -openly and e- ed up along the way. CoasIn a Jew da. B l n' br and .
cial message to Chiang from fliclally egged on by the Commu- aMore than 21,)O tevdopefi nOg their actlY and ma
r- PrBesiLcn Eisenhower or niat Party shut down more than One man pedalled through the were 4e In the Vf t rank-andu. rai
r of StateJohn Foster half of the vast London bus ss- tyon an ancient tricycle LdoA talay vol and Mr.
^.-S~is: tem and closed the world's big- ed from his attic. Idle with on ofne h. t of to _
beron lkely will report to gest port--all of it-to blpping. in. In ad m '.Ua-(T
uty, undersecretary of And the dockers' leaders were More than 40,000 dock aid en wate on catch- s
S ert Hoover, Jr., imme-. touring out-country p or ganiz-ttansport workers were out i 012,001 Lond Ta.d th .PARS. r top ll o
Sand possibly Mr. -Eisen- ing an extension of the walkout walk-outs whilell have stilted tl conductors were eut a Y m oresu i :
shortly after the Chief ex- that would tie off rtan from its world largestport andt str. k t work.
ve returns o Washington. overseas lifeline# moreeffective- t tranpo ; t -,
1asb than German submarines In i rld 's bl guest ty. O..f te
ilecan officials have been World War II--or Russia's ultra- The'walkouts were mushroom a P "" P
lIn rce t weeks that moden underseas fleetl.- Inato Britk.ain's largest Mats -
Chi ht take M r .of labor at Wte ince the eral strike of afted Spca
th e h en met the port loy- A w ,-un.ion leading
tha se rmo a rs ll morning in the first of cha they were provoked.
lwar T Uni States. to t onferetices ordered -y Comn tos seeking to hln4et IS oI i 0-.
n Chla' fore. t bldettseek pace on the tqrn ac e rd, for German -
ry action that. ds before good and fuel stock- .rea -- kodfd ae,- 1'l.
oke Z big war. s it e 'bnet decided the a. a .
States' has let eofoll wed the e n layers was nott to call In troops Io .
it is worried about ne2 24 r erene, unload,.. but Churhll w fIROT, Oct. 1S .. A .. .,
S h aov wh 8on leaders pe sng Mal watch onibm Det Gpecfallat hop-d em la"e

She t While the scret talkt went on atRmd b"o_ ot sin ..

atest qo Maq o les today h 9 1bus la dra sald .. d o in the Ar. of soao
-Commukj opition. wildest. strike over w oif and "UundwUt3 will InntliltridoL.J f I .. s g
tlhatththel d 11 A-eln thand,"t a ai nor- VIMNA Qct. 15 (UP) The or'd0d to repofrtfn toP ilyuo. Luk A,
17,y, were merely mal.En bus workers at ill Austrian atolic press service tomorrow. JIe said be ed- 0in l bout. y 8y and5u
to find out the c. wore found it difult to get ubliahed .today that uled to leave Wednesday for gt1 0 0 0.eo
NationalifIt oM ._ I. ormer. EH foreigrul) mlaa- on 'a o ;lito. Mr. aAld ds 64 o
United States 'Ck Hunde of thousands Mwalked, ,"ter LasT bo0 taltOto a nd. o
eD Its Septh Fleet haed by the Conmuna and his brother, 01 the ba o te two ..
orsh 'a 1 I RIed sho tria, may. en route to th, Ulte aCp
I*iehR I llft)Rjaf ssal bItre r ialmwSt1a. tIltl In hoss that Walfson can te TS. -
I e ta'd te s. The press service, official news hel phem. hey lent exp, Dr.
t 4et Formosa outlet of the Austrian Catholic e4oarrive "o t..: i .tbpf-usa, Itat
Oa!idt Attrek. Ip l l M N rehrch, said "a rumor is circu- Wolfson, on zle ot mt egen n ter
Sori orders a- lating" that Raik was deported of Wayne llverry and e Stricka of tee. t
? ^J- -* to Russia instead of executed Ing hO Ai s abe A.ta U i daughter. teen rs steer.
B B lg jI f afnd that he may be returned to ago. o- e w ury exp i
Slun soon for a new triaL o dim Babes born to th ollowng D a r
lot h Te op. TA Febr4a!y. of Panamanan ntion-Webmacht ganerl at@d Haso a
prt, WAS NG Oct.15 t.up)-- It pointed oat that numerous U To a : Mr. d Mrs.Ca von Etdor f the forgn
Def"enge DeoBaptneu officela "sacomplices" of Ralk have been, A yeah-ego,-t e o d ter; ,ee. ,
from a said i Oloor today -that free freed recently in aweepin to wede Granle U. o Th stealing omhas nt
emt r urivaro comuni t ODOM
0v bed ex- l b .during masapurges bwee 1947 *a nton, prIh
muuist dnjusi conaneet. and 1950. dm
a. n"vest eoLld 1b one,, .. ..... Y7,oto br
s gn -h Istval Kovaca, a leading Hun- WASHINGTON, Oot. en the o-.. Mrnwhile
t s",Sgaai '.communist. made a a- Thwe u reme Cot tday hope. .
mpti allctnowledgment yte- to decide whethif o und he could
p. day ti gay" comrade were in Islands d voe ,lack and whiteisops
,OOtried and A nritenced on fals utiongl. *I o, e aI
too;fao fa&.''sevae
thar d ug the, teuor renn -The ,
Vg ime tLt. nt. T9,e a .ama"
A sb her0 TLa e Oc't. 18 ( ) .... -. ..rriwo
Sleled thoam of the"n M
o.BuisMRu soia od. V .o...Tirgin
SPetnere disappeared ,Inah casl e that l'h
1i9S. The Hungarian g O-.on M oat authority o
annot ied two montsr.."rdles ,thels ,.,r7
that he bd been sentenced to to, rew m""
us nltse mprtl som ent. oTe zpsr ,--ent
iIT RPoConsul Geb reol. wAu re..% .. n..
itIn ManilaoClaims
opin l oBeingl Openedh er
aOreMANTLA, Oct. 15 is ) o h e ritory
duardo Linares, PSahemetaokn
hier-pConsul General here, complain- Pr"me
,sfrIre; ed to the Philippino diretor of ,
*d o nPosts today that hiVmred ttThordnC
far Or.:.0 post office.,of'M
d.lwo a hits- ll letters sent homn to his Wile -
gso-h whether the 'would were being tampered with when
s The w ln. ls he sent some of the envelopes

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