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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00539
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eaferwement psIM tal who
ddupOally deln u*nshlnu
whi eoyonficated :during
raids, found thb Illegal boea
iakes an excellent Ink nmov-
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Whn 43 persons were ar-
rested here harnday afbt on
moemhlabe ehlWr, thoritle
kept one gallon. e.f whisky
and allowed the d1 ts to
uw It to wahandst ink
rftom thei hands ity JU..
"Workq very w d, a feder-
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Beogh In My
WASINTON; Qct. 16 (UP)-
The Army wul b Ill Its new
troop rotation plan next July by
bringing home the famed 1t
nantry Dlviaio, which has
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hurricane stabbed fl a's ind
today, bMazin a e disrct
of thg worst A..i history of
Hieti, the.ol" worst tropi,
on, hs take w and was
word toward thev H" lW aa,..

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COnsdo anyd mnybt were fi
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S-" e 'r atede yesrday Roberto H ur- H ur
neiatealnl e tte Te), e npa
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mrWl r.wbeaD pointed CO
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e.. molu-ln said sueh li-f tareweto flm actress Yopoeb tion
sture hW "aU bat'owded out Oe ." . .-.. twee
.-t- -UTve o Ryb M id A-4 >. Do Carlo drove. the
thA.-plac*-o hnd- hca ld .by- pgrine to the airp.rI ..Un
AIdy school literature and Bshe" i eaiI- .n his arrival sev- and
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al and other prot
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lb*i i A tot l of eight divisions ate a" Mad
Prs!@iS e o i4 lidvevofcfo tbxpecte4 -to be rotated OUea o,... The iWi '
f in, l4^ 0%rkers. year-fouMr sent overseas and four aitin --M _l_ gl
4Af. -ofreturned hme. r r"
f1t .f A now claims a mem- Nte
VtAtMI Aa- -i wr about 10,000,000 and. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, Ar- C ps. resha d
na-aun,." W --,0,,00. -my chief o taff. aid lapt ed iWestIemrn u.
S -'. eae month the Ay will have nine w der, -ae ,have beun i
rlinse the, ,i ,7 ^uh. -2... ,UvtO,. Mailgned overae .a. otlOr w wOe doerd auG w hav beJgiu.nE *'
S thi l .t a depes e.lt far ahead he can see. Coea o, b i .r .
le %G.Ve .g .."li P rtlZ t.iua wli .chide five dvlora In I an boa i the ReO C .,in .u .
r. a L, Lews ropee, 5r In the For East Uled-l K -- tm the Red i .
!4*tlm 1r, _1 di o ,done in Honolulu. r ea'i Adenou
me W",verY -F .;" "wiw er" n etry iy-9l --BI- "
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1rack Bonad Sales cwer ostDisptA
nt bodies R~t k s and streams, td
Sfrom of BONN, Ga
S w Total $1,076,530 ,,-e tGem"
t ern t cmCltea three condi
mt, the CO and into low-lyincg se-lof the
m& the$ot The' Panamanian public and the government's conviction that tlonergh' Golden Tr- race
r the-new residet-of -the Canal Zone have the ownership of bonds should anHle.: m.e... t r. ,
nittee well to the invet- be prad as widely Mn possible ot families were Mendes-rme -
.,ut- mnt io..nty afforded them t.,rthroughout the ,lfferent s e a .fom their hoqa,,--.. I-n we k.
I pr tem ta _y the National gov- classes, according to a spokes- the Butler, O"eMUg, The conditions n.. .
a between IrOf. On d isue for th man from the ComptroUler' of- and be.
PL u.ions. new race track being construct- flee. who added that the attrac- ftlns ecomIt id 1). Any M1 -
ed on Ju0n Dias Road. Accord- tve Interest rate of six per cent. fr. s three deaths, Ip- p .mpisluian ,.
e agrbed to Ing t ie 'Coiliptroller's Office, bieded as It is by the govern- iand_ oO open fora M Ln A
te Identity sales of the bonds reported as Inent on bonds of such denomi- ed ot power m. peace treat. ...
witi thr of nouM~hey, have reached atlond as $10, $20 and $50, has Hee, a 'd Iso lated 2). The cmin-ja
tie. This a total of l,07,530. undoubtedly been responsible seWrl m n ,,tle along humaR _
individual - for the good sales o bonds to MwoneO tlbutarles to the Ohl mthe SW Maar io t li .
pers in Amon the rominent people persons of modest means. and Allegheny ed, must be app Ite" :
ie.whether of the-r c who bought the riv 3). Ger many -w tt h v
. bonds r. J. J. Vallarlno, The bonds are free of income Rescue workers said the proMpame econonle aemesi, *tM. t
. fol aaador to the Unit- and Inheritance taxes In the Re- erty damask was expected to go Saar as France m W. owe ,r .
e e and well known politl- public, and also are accepted by Into the millons of dollars. the Bonn overnent iu WIM X!
fW cal f~e' banks at 80% of their value as Boroiugh offielals declared to accept contlnesee of
" T O' .-nie of the general guarantee for loans without oth- state of emergency at Latrobe, Fraco-Saar cuaIt :. d 'ei,
kpqe p Ic@ to bonds has Justified er collateral. Pa., why 300 home. were ioo- rency union.

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aans who gat(Mw1o to (P) he. Hen eked Hus-
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-style eleet! conduct.poreal, ob-
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fte late s ettin home and his "* W If th keepi s liberty 1 a
wife u. ,, a tough time, we ba.ie Iis"agat l Ti
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i ,valvse rwpcing the wife's au- ctaz7, bt
tomato waalU machine with a ... ..,
grub .board for a of
At~ .charter member. As
Rna ,MI:tukey, was. out for Abd .

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d sprays powder "od people. Typhlus, once widespread in the
ea, is gradually being eliminated by UN medical teams that
it remote villages in the upper plateaus of the Andes to dual
inhabitants with DDT.

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fIree between Glogli Monsoliln, above, and Marilyn Monroe,
the rl she's fllng In for during filming of th "Seven-Year Itch"
ln New York City. All she does is pose while the cameras and
mlerophones are placed in the right spots. But she never gets
photoqgrphed even though er measurements make her a double
for the real Marilyn. shown n photo she's holding.

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f1 kowr kM "loe "amd Gtse w Anen,r at 7:36 past

frp d the eleos nery on, ofn aoue w r.
g gr 1wbe a eaty occalon Th "IMan with a Thous a a .
O t ane -the yolesovrmad. ao ea" Is a color flm porth

S d e. ovely dish. Refrtshments wm be served at-
eTh I te in port of in the Canameeting

Gre Ant a- We nohebd WW onerul
mal te 'ba e te rambas, rhmbas and i re lb Wmate'

k enter ardo, Oreaws But the Princess' dang wll be sof ,. .wi
e caly ter, turned out of this word4o. l frent I an a ofm g the Caroe
out tor the Prinaess When she dances to the evnvasos .. e .a nd the
S piB e t e be e tO (Per more sba tyi new a utiful fil-, ,S mrt ti.
Tm tIhe age 7 sohy REfsbn. mr wl b eraind t
'".T'" . Tntu, loveyn A tsverhs.t Sthe m eibon.
Ore 'do AntiuaJa- We know she des onThe dpi 'jrful-'

Mid-K SA IH 1Y. sarmbs nerh umbs7.ndun Ilom t he Mi-
ttnerar became. congas. rb Vanadandt
knoa, Peter R4,rdo, GrenacWs But the it ncs' Alesof w theseCt. r

n cao4ster, turned out of this wor Mr. John rstHam ond JTr., Mrs.
S Wed John K.esday at, Mrs. Hearbtd
S i5 s.... s C. Bhmenn Mrs.nd Mrs. Roger.W,
A Tsvernilla Stmaet. Balboa.

CHER CoThne to present thehistorusslon
cal, political and economic bae
a FINER ground fo -this subject.
Ester Ciree Meets Tlmorrew
Mrs. George Giard and
o k Mr.. Maxwell T. Smith will em-
.eb "%X. 'tertain the members and guet
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aaaa aJ ohboa Union Church at Mrs. Gir-
SW f l ard's home 5155 Blackburn Place;
.il* W W W Diablo, tomorrow evening, at T:.
.... .. Mrs. A. H. Shaw, Mrs. Paul

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. Idwad Cleve. s 7) or Mn. s eaudry (al-
Mmnagement o f Pre. .*t a O M-t) or MrM. X.. WiI..tead
Ited wih" PulmOa (Balboa 63m0) before Tu e d a y
S" Iy DR ROlUO Arfii_ 'to Moon,
slcuaed by Dr. -
ung. Teene Greep Of CAR Meets
A buffet dinner prefded by Thq Teenage Group of the WA.
rshments will be erved Vam Crawford .erga So ety
Mctorer Mr. Wallace at 70f Children of the Aueritan Revolu-
. regular me eti an tion, wil meet on Tuesoay Octo.
enhte program will iow. ber 4:3 at 4: a home of r-
--- don and SMart w 1 BalbIrnie,
ULtUe Service House m A. Re an.
ria TO Meet iAll eligH la E n re invit-
tan Thnarday ed. F. or farther-b atlSn calk
rhe adt semi-anlnual S'Pama ue TaylorV'S
aeration .of Women's SdIdz' I...- --
Christian Service WE. meet A leading mapbfetuma of die-
the Gatun Union Vhuri on tatiaon eqip erit recently an-
mrday at 8:20 a.m. nounced tl:t. ves cn now
Mrs. erank Snie preM, MeWl aent jaryp at s.e
efMe over the buso eas sist as $ useael, 'bout 4e-third
h Rev. W. J. Johnsoun hMf e a the cost. three year ago..

with tle one and only

Christian Dior

the perfume acclaitned by all

Ticket* for attending the.
Christi Dior Fashion
Show at Hotel El Paama.
are for tale at Mbtta'

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Private Coastal Launch
leaves Stranger's C db
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October 21
returns mid-night.
Phone 807, Col6n between
2 anl 5 p.m.
for reservation.

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Who spend more than $35.00
will receive a
Beautiful Spanish doll.

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will receive a
Can of "OLIBET" fine French
One can "Stokely'a" Peaches
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house enjoy it and perhaps Ad n and eotinu browning.
tU r ve h e ad our reca. 'Addt vla. p.
S YeVs ii L aps C rle. Co ver with t df ieult
Four veal loin chops, i tea- dough, shredded cheese, buttered
salt,,. cup cranberries, % crumbs, or crushed cornflakes.
Smaw, tiaqpo clo~e. A Bake in a hot oeen (W degrees
.wt.e.. F.) 15 to 20 minutes to be bis.
.le -hnMv r hMa ilt. cults or brown $tbppig.
paon.-Mix craberrie with hon-
Drop Bfa1cot
Z tcok F y rTi wVIto ne atd one-hat tablespeons
4 -. shortening, 4% cup sifted flour, 1
Ste spoon bakti powder., % tea-
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cu, raw.a ae (h-lncKl2. 'Cut shortening into flour which
lor margarine, 1 al s been .d with baking pqw-
*nign, 1 toea- e and adt il the mixture
n r ;iPecanr, l tbe c&nit' of corn meal.
eor dl,* M or r iaduli lugh milk to
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S' .-s -spoons onto top of veal mixture.

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is I sMeNsiMgner (n Ir mha z inew IofW u ea l. m M IL 1 1 i ar -
feet. Most sueh dresses are slim .toml kIthe..i stied" a in a dreua-thatalows through a she
and softly rounded,. ibmetimes ultor wp9rn over a rlght. slim jacket Wleeve.
With waistline ac e n .tuated d., -.
throws .use of wide. dranad gir-I -i!9 01Jigets M

'li~ :" into *a t a 4 t eeii

lipstick cols for ftail s a I
leaor roid TWs shade looks
with brown, blue, gray,
and a dgp a.elor you
,An impoll factortoo con-
sider in lipstick is its
texture. No an should risk
lpbe& Usng harsh
tha and tend to
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IIHtith tkntaina
a ~that
Wo the uspro-
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MasudI In making
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ahlrtwaist look.

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If you have a growing family,
handing down home furn hhlM.|
often a practical necessity. W
a new cheat, chair or rug 'takes
toe show plaee in the living room,
there's a tendency to turn over
the old piece to Jenny for her
room. #
This works okay as "long as
Jenny (a) doesn't object too loud.
ly and (b) the item fits the space.
That's another reason for shop-
plng carefully this fall. You want
.qua ty, good design and se.rie-
ability so that you can shift "
nishings around to suit future
needs. Average homemakers like
you and me can't afford fads in
A wisely chosen rug, for exam-
ple, can go from living room to

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mny ls are blessed --cream, pink and blue. You can!
Uti hands. DeMcately- assign 6ne obatto a section -.....
handsI with .slender,. taper- where you'll Ibe reainded to use .
'Ie assets any girl It. Place o In t bathroom I ..ms.am co sa et yDo - --th eyp.... Few teen.grs- w that i
proud tlei own. I one .on your.iLnl aln i aul coastnw.tlum Md ea _el_ .ourlap lk .-o a Iy t nails they
dless of their shape, your ~ m T "u 'er ... .. pearance of thlir hmds, but they
should be ssatinsmootb. This ld e lea's double- BY KAY SHERWOOD is perfect) Instead of a sponge to makeT I know cleans ileotors .can also cause mwlus. permlantll
-. seems peculiar that some action wIt NEA Staff Writer get into the corners. and dusts hlrm to theiMs. ,
who wouldn't think of - to o.ten nd 'i ha-ds Whichetaer method you us e. washes her .tec i .d ;t it. Ad
pass wiwp host noeutI l1e I* nesng, Washing the lampshades is a hpeed is important. If the tele-, puts the daml,' ahe Bit.B ,' mm
A prevent wn l.ets sent. .once or-twice-a-year task that phone rils, don't answer. If a amp ad let&' t pth ab .t ..mw .t # ,"
an i 1 _. needn't spare the laundress, if she neighbor dop in to gossip, hand dry the fabric. grow and v.e
.ss are particularly su djet Itemember, a few minutes of remembers a few single rules., her atoM Sand let her help. .. of skin at the each
~ .alung elementss and are, a mn. e.li will reaps First rule is to know the ma- If the ecan take a com.rn- T e re ..b_ !a.I -wh
load tellers of age. i al, a ysoung-looking trial the shade is made of and plete dunking, fill a deep basin, ,./ bit your nafi.t a rove.
I.. .-- g.irlI. -s m _ll han&dsYi ,. nd y, wth poise Is it washable? laundry tub. bathtub or kitchen "I .o- r bdrasti cbutt M approves
.r ceer girls, it's aom m and ee. Usually, shades that can take a sink with oft, soapy and luke- effective. U eumaeela.m all-
& matter ofi rme .nh* I complete immersion in soapy wa- warm water ah loose ,oild off iece of. C yt% ate ith.i
ard lotion dr., is 1, I ter include hand-sewn fte ric dry ade wit a soft brush or I.W.. .y -... Ai ,. tnc t8
s'_.M-eretry, ._what w ,ith "' shades--ik, rayon cotton, ny- vacuum attachment.- u e, r husband .hae .s ._h.i to each in .pand 'B
.I. (lb a toho ange and ',lo-and many of the newer ma- Swish ahadd up and down in' I Reg t till0 ,"n mmaking .cerald eve ovre
to handle, finds It neees- trials, such as lumarith, vinyl- water uztt you see the dirt som- f ness T*. a &dep:3a *. them well.
IFah br hands. several coaled burlap laminated Fiber- ing out. Use a lathered rush or nlice o.lp~ rna.s et it r.? i'.. ,o .
,a dwr. i"Move,.. glas and plasu cs. sponge to loosen soil and wipe offalA ot o
,?,1111,,Sol It iy of hs -h a've lued-on spate. -<..-,ai thendist sl.
soi bindinsor tri-ms,ddn't dunk l wate
Si'm told y home econo. i inlukewarm water your na.
Lt aa.ists that som glued bindings as ik *pray or shower spray For ache
Son fabric shades can -be stitched seelis th.is step. Blot excess back after ong si: The second s
-dewn with fine, nMt.'tna tight wate dllVr Stowel. The more on all fWs, p6shk ll W working on al fil
Ii ia si teb to mal thMn completely water JA blot up the better, YOUb l!o r' astolisry. Gy .a
'sttc h t astohcmplae. t Fae c l wM in a current of drolWi hd. Then ela nd
washable, air or with the help of an elec.'bac j lI and IMt ei far
Many new lpamp shades are tric hair-ryer. rotating shade so way up. After practice, It M be slswill
Mo u .n rX=sp hfames. If that *is evenly. done standl. . I "a
._l not ..ar ut yrsdon't If yedre going to use the "dry" "'It
eat.I did once ot a 'treatment, whip up a S.Good.Mfer .to.a 4 0no'.
b 1 r a ble. -I ft a bowl. Hold the foods. When
t. _..y shae9 a dry surface. Scoop a dieter and
500" Mpt l cs-loth gp .' sponge or terry cumb to ie 0 re, .
OW tas anruv hned cloth d gently with the.by a laems or.-
1Milt out O'f bi .aStroke paral-. sa the

e The S, 'Is. You don't want Feminile feet age
M d to t h* e fabric or shade forte ats lt
lsmatA1 gIMS Use just the soapy ful. Once
tfroth a.adleaner. Wipe with them in a 10
AM sMades also Clean,m cloth. Iand
', r -Itough' Don't lot t swab out re-Ihedlsad
.aWI siO bu- fllthtst- lamp, while you're to
drft cla les.A a killed homer too --

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S Ourfirst li g room ru g needs for storage can also be
Ue planned with an eye t the. f
SU y, I've seen many ch st in ai
and e styles that could ho lin in
dren's bedrooms. dni g room now and cloth
One Iar carpet that eemsa a room later.
madeto-order for tamfl. service 1e. reco ingth nee
is wovn tirely of aifor ee ty hg, as a ie
The use of the syn i line ofr l scaled
meant that spots an d stam can 'ae irom 22 to 36 inches wide
be washed off with water wth- w three to ve drawers. Ti7?
out in0. r a or flatteing
out aving a trace or flattening wished in cordovan or amber me.
the fap. Colors are basic ahades hogany, they are designed. to be
of I. gray, nutria and.green, used in any room, or in
Ste .earin qualltie are pairs,
I to;a o excellent.
Although the sofa usaggatay
Another practical type of car- in the living the s ou
pet is the patterned design which chairs often find eir. wy to
is small-scaled and unobtruslye other locales.
without being mousy. A new Cot- It.ghtrsealed- pu. a
ton carpet in a diamond pattern benes simplifies
reminiscent of an old Salem hook. long-term pie.
ed-rug,-fbr edample, is worked in '
shades of brown, beige, persim- If youhave a pre fot
mon with touches of green red contemporary styles,
and gold. It wpdd go with infor- Flberls- r plywood
mal f iturd I many room. The lht etal me
pattern tends to mask footprints able, iH
Ia vesting It a new chest of nree ,- iande
drawers to accommodate expand- bases,

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Agenels iternaL de PabitOaclefw
4 Cenuwil huwe.

PamW Leevie I SIreet
,1% Central Ave.

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Automobile R HoRousehold
FOR SALEUs-ed earn. very cheap. FOk SALE: k bedroom set with
PANAMA AUTO, S.A.. # 45, Ave. dresser and stool, bed with sprin
Joes6 Francisco de le Osma. and mattress and bureau with fivs
----drowers. Phone Cristobol i
FOR SAE --Chevrolet Pick-up 5300 . Pn .-d-
Phone 44567 Pedro Miguel. FOR AL -Metal bedroom S .
--FOR -S-- tNoshmre, desk. deep freeze, dryer,
FOR SALE -1948 Nsh Ambass ous other household teams. 6tK Ave.
5-passenger coupe, radio, heater. "Coco del Mar," from 9 to I1 a.m.
white-wall tires, seat covers, good Call 3-1937.
condition. D. J. Quade. 2-3373. -
5624-A. Hecker Place. Diablo Hts. FOR SALE;-Philco combiaotibn ro-
-io-phonogroph. 2 speeds, 60-gycle.
FOP SALE:- Original owner selling excellent condition. Rodman 3504.
1951 Buick Riviera in excellent
con ion. See car and make offer FOR SALE:-Three-year-old table trp
at House 587. Bayano Street, An- range, excellent condltton, $75. Al-
con Ph.)re Balboa 4409. brook 334-., 86-3276.
'FCR SALVE 1947 Old.'obie 4. FOR SALE: Storkline B bed.
I or.o 8-cvlhndcr 2 new tires, $300 clean mattress. birch finh; large
Cash. Coil Cooli 8101. baby chest. Phone 86-225.
FOR SAE:-1947Super Deluxe 5- FOR RENT
pass Ford Coupe. 72.500 miles.
new tires all around, good coand-
tror. Call Bill Wymer, 25-2373 or MiseIangl_"
2-1668, FOR RENT:-Shop: Concrete floor. 3
FCT, SALE -1951 Ford 2-door, ex- darve-in doors, large window with
ct'Iri condition throughout. Org- iron grills' 1450 square f"t floor
incl owner. Phone Balboa 1003. aooce Also three apartments over
S ~- -- -- shop .that rent for S 155 per month.
FOR SALE Rent'for ,ntix building, with lorge
R S L fencd-nVt. HOPKINS., 63V'
M e;1 nIullouIIs 4th July Avenue.
FOR SALE -Fine Boston male bull M MISCELLANEOUS
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" Oo at StId weiqhT Z41" T. c/
SFrank G. GAte. Santa Clara, Pan
Sc/o Casino.
FOR SA.LE'r-A.KC. registered black
'j fe~ile Cocker. Gentle with chil-
i diren. Albrook 2286.
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FOR SALE -Metal buffet $8 2-ho.
motora $40; I-hp. $25; '4-hp,
$J10; 1/5-hp. $8. all 25 cycle.
761.B. Phone 2-3630.
FOR SALE:-Collectton coins" Snaon
iih Colonalcf' iod. Piqees of ei'phr
r-';, gold studios. tall Balboa

FOR CALE:--Bend fi Economat outr.
matic washer; 9-ft. porcelain Wesst
inghouse rn6 tir;,. 12-Inch os#
cillating 3-ped fan. All 25-cycl

FOR SALt' Eectric Ironer. sewing
maria e," louvres, ilaciallneous.
589 vano, Ancon, 2-3715.

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I~TW D--f rlirrhed W om, alboor
r Anam. yIith childless family.
dm family-

Gene < Trader, expert Stateside. hair
stylist, is now beautifying many
West Bank ladies nt the Genell
Blin CocollBesouy Shop. Her per-
sonrlity is'charming too. Call Navy
Aboard El Poaomao's cruiser
'"Pepdb ro"
CANAL TRIP--Leave Balboa Dock 17
-7 am Wed., Oct. 20. Thru Pan-
ama Canal with lunch $10, chil-
dren $5.
#ORTO BELLO TRIP-Le.ave, Colon
Stranger's Club 9:3P 0wM, Thur.,
Oct. 21. Visit ruirii f f'to lBello.
See fascinating candlelight procel-
fA of- "The Block Christ"; leave'
Porto Bello at 11 o.m,, sleeping
boatd. With lunch and dinner $15.
For reservations phone Jungle Jim,
El Panoma 3-1600..

Phil. OcasMide co=tge
Clam. Box 435, BolbCo. P5*bl
Pnama 3-1877. Crutobol 3 J

FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile 14h
Santo Clare. .Low rates. Pne
Bolboa 21866.

GRAMLICH'S Santo Clara BeaBh Cm
tages, modem conveniences, .td
orate rates. Phone 6-441 or
Apartments .
ATTINTION *. lI Just built, modem
furnished. apartments t e, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
e ne Panama 3-494.1.
T;--Furnisho &i -&to h-
& 4 btrooin ts.
Con t a c t Alhamo AAprtmnts,
10th Street. Phan 1316. Cohn.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment two
bedrooms. Centrllvy l cated. Aron
2-0480. I
FOR RENT:-Modernm partrnmefit, ry
coo!, screened, dining and Uving
room. two bedrooms, large lktchentn
and balconies. Jose de.-Fabtrda!
Avenue No. 22 (Pasadenal aiec-
ing Panama University. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:-Partly furnished.or un-
furnished 2-bedroom apartment in
best reridentiel section of BjpUa Vis-
ta: ,Garoge and mold's room. Phone
2-1C83 or 2-0335.
FOR RENT-- 2-bedroor apartment.
cool, with sea view. No. 2., Uru-
guay Street.
FOR RENT.-Furnished two-bedroom
apartment, hot water. Suitable two
coupts. Apprbf by military.
Available Noveer .5th. Via Por-
ras 82.
FOR RENT --Furnish .one-bediooM
apartment, refrigerator, balcony.
Federico Boyd No. I1 Phone 2-
FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment, Peru Avenue No. 23. ,Phone
2-0710 and 3-1 177.
FOR RENT:--Modern apartment, 3
bedrooms, living room, dining room,
porch, kitchen, bathroom, hot wa-
ter. Via Brasil. Airport Road, Pal-
tilla No. 88. Phone 3-1010.
Help Woated
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.-Matxe American family, Conal Boats & Motors
06".'emip/. Write Box 272, Balboa I cruIo r
#uitgbhts Fe pOutboa bin cruiser
... r94 EvlIn -hp. .pW,
:fOR RENT s wi S wM with.aco-
... sorli, $600. Can be ke at the
House b~~, N = Cnl Row
HANTs To responsible Ipp" No, 21. ..
'/4-iom iown USED MERCURY MARk .40, Johnson
idelyunelt dIi'kein mIta ale e 22-hp. and 12-hp, alto. Also sev-
dIjlmmteer. hmtN1.$ieum ise ef erOl small, fishnboots, sutable
In _S"vt torFul
Jdiui lir~een t n eueeutIv_ j nor rclnti.osr.-fi.h. ._lS HII.sell reas-
aUied by feign embeassies. onab ly or consider trb0le. ABgRNA-
MIcen invited. Plese p h aRne THY, across side street Hotel El
* 256 from 4 to p.m. or 3- Panama. Phone 3.0264.
I.- from I to 9 p.m. I CflD -CA I C

UNTr-f two-bedmom chalet at
M'iftlores LBarriod.del MaestroI).
Phone 2-4088.
FOR RENT:-New chalet Golf Heights
(three bedrooms), unfurnished or
partly furnished. CaolrBalboo 2870.

'W o S

excellent condition.
Street. Curundu.
W! BUY ,- Smooth tires,
r rCaonstnction. Recen-
J naleal, # 7 Peru Ave-

6is Up laSrd

'<-. E.''" BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP) -
Commodore Qliver Hazard Perry
v t "sd' to surrender his sword
r tbe 1812 battle for Lake
ut he lost the blade In. the
t of Buffalo'a Frnt Park.
S According to a 1168 report,
Perry' statue stands "erect
Sfo- square to the winds, graspingl
his sword In hib left hand, fee
firmly placed .,. with-a look of
I,..n ,eno earnastas ...."
Now the eoimodore only grasps
the sword handle.
Tenth precinct police estimated
) A the blade has been imalig eight
et. at ys- or nlMe years.
ort f tod A eumot underftame for feight

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Real EMAte
ful two-bedroom chalet, tier 8th
Street No. 44, L $1800
do4..7 m7th00.
.FOR &SE:-$100 b dw. $45
month ly, three-bedkoom h jow, port
lumeEr, Lefevre. Pr4p;' $7500.
PATTERSON, 2-2344.
FOR SALE:-Nice lots in Pueblo Nue-
"-vo and Lefevre, as low as $200
down from $1.25 up p meter.
PATTERSON, 16 Avenue "A."

Cinerima Has 0ot

To Answer For..

jEW TORK-(UP)-The latest
S ad la a new group of nouns
n l ia "rama" used to drama-
Uzeverything from flower shows
to upeTllassal humburgers.
frovwth of these new words,
which as been described ia vari-
eus Jurnal, is due to the success
of the wide-screen motion picture
system, Cinerama, according to
Prof. John Lots of Columbia -1
Cinerama was colnedda the mid-
i'.s when Fred Waller, late in-
ventor of the film technique, of-
fered a ease of champagne to the
co-weaker who edm -up with the
best Ahe. Not until 19M. when
Vithe tt movie by this process,
"TBis 1 Cinerama," had its New
Yoek reiew.td m'word
c the pum ere are
trIs-deeerlb# as a three-
Sau-articles on baldness.
*Jfss .ga rlen cub flower
ma-a- nursery school in
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tlne Saturdoy or Sundoy.
WANID:-Mold to cook and gener.
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Referenc .-otecessary. Phone Colon
WANTED ncd nusemd.
Call Patur -. 586. .4-d7 p.m.
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hot water, Inrl I Congrejo or Bells
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mual Mile Feature Army U;J ft Previo. JanI

SCadra Mexico's dasy native ehamplon, UnbeafenA DukAe BIue4,1 vus IP .
which returns after a suspension for refus- "st ass wI
pnter the starting te, looms a prohibitive -" --
'IM towintoday'added onem tile Artuim PITTSURG, Oct. 16 (UP) held i-Vartolo
Iale Classic for native three-year-olds at the off a dsi^. ^r* drive m tin2tnl.2 -- Dn-
m. pranco race track.I ,.s._to d ,t est,_ .,
unbeaten in competi- FOURTH RACE Navy from Mhe k of the naio. guda /
native breds wiB 1-Naranjaso $4.40, 4.20, 2.20 teams. ,
SpaBravo because 3-Bull Flea $2.20. t was Pittsburghs first vic- for two touchdowns in the final 8-L. l to
.. Panamanian rider Quinlela: (Naranj as-M- after three saght losses od today to rv pr-
I inamquil' regular laya) 64 20. Navy's fit dtleat In four !ect record Md .uI"- Penn
,Aeria an eights meet FIFTH RACE gam, 0 State from the unbeaten, untied 2nd Race "A&
. tera rving an elghtkme FT R0 r an wi tiL 0-14
1-Portal $12.60, 4.40, 2.20 ranks with -
ea", oetat RIn 2-B srpide $3460, 2.20 ORC ,.i ,Ot. S- Quatiea I -F $. yait.
r igghest?. l,.uro b en Ceai 'ennA t Emr) -m.m'ttrt1tyscored-d ,ouc B M-and i-Rina.Rd
gth eon of p reme SIXTH RACE P threeba period tuW- itched t.t bring 2- te
i ine to the starting -D Club $18, 0, 1 $12..4.0 -owoi2 _tLodal ay lt deadly ld otem i.d in --nYoliMto
'th t canseet him to on- 2-Batatazo $5.80. 2 5 1 *988, 19-14, at to9 1l mZ* 4-Itt$an
.uBy at least, that's SEVENTH RACE ie .( Ue .or -. rl ]P)-0 .
t will op Oscar 3--Kosco $2. 40. iDs krshNn
SL l aldo Second Double: (Devon- I4etn eb.rdUseHoltO tem .a.h.od"
La nsta. O i Clermo shire Cub-Snn Foelrlner) $103.20. rwaA . c, 1W5 by tp m n .
In thte of a EIGHTH RACET 'P -o Dt Al t ro- nng te hi -- a

.e: t a 1|. rin t btil kei was t, fourth traIght i4ctnerid
s ucae s os Isa. gal Chum)a 97. 80. hinhe crwd o 0 t, 0 e 007,00 f--0.

ardsi, aS! th. Viet'a BB o r Nhked 6-G. 011
NINTHRACE thrd osLisaHartel will Uhl s a t e nCfr the 'ea raohe ninth b 0.

Is now nrevaiM9V e NNTsRAEckOtG1opAEv Oc, dP-ol.p hsaee
th oroughbcr io 1- urlecano $11.60, 6, 3.60 1a n .m orseipe._a Ml l a t huing- ll r iatf hrt h vtictorory' -
e Ismany class be Nov. 2. .Hartel of Cophagn= la ced sCaM *inUsw *ea'm bo h t 7-tp Lady

900ae2h NO0 2-Noa before 17,00 fans&.I 7 t. &.G
st A lt whach RI- i-Westow $2.80. Olympic Oames in te ul mount through straight lts. reL o ( ) u -L
.ck. o, a k andti UHO ne.-Two: (Hurlecano-D o ln maneu. and changes of galt n vl.withIot '-"--mt eI-&----"n-*" -l
co 0, e ce. 3 won th world teu i in AI .. aa., O. 16- tent me, e
*an$' stll turiTNHa- Cutl) 21E KeU MW' k7 ch(UP)e- back DickAIIItor*&"Bstate, -n-,N4th-ca
"In" i 1-Hapy Abode $6, 3.0 " len brought b from be- da l i ac c' of
_,i__an___-__ Joe (The T._) Brodsky coam-.
maootbal R u s D.a Whoetsahle Pr r mer e jo t oe sop oat!jg Wlie nthe

-o e all. 14 lothirdrSoutjestllnrdConfere colthe lnlfheav rsoff beo-
.to ,p,' --,,.-1 ., P -,di op-rwpili ih-o-.l 1aOght Athluetes .1A MiES, .;-h6(6)--olo-/-L--oran-t
EASTrOXFORD, MUlsulOct.n16 ( )oamn ms, Ih.lOr $(P-Cl -Ti DTeir
n even other track's Nr e 20 ich. State 19. with scampering traght will.ahad throuhareh we won thof the Cleeland straight vi Countessctory
SPrants for Colu ta 7, Harvard 6 and cut by hs ra se t tor vout'S iastradisne.i tha powf 5t9-(Charmceng
a. Royal and Missoari 20. Indian 14 clear for a 7tonoying 70-yard Washington on, blanked Iowaa
purse. BOklahoma 85. ssssis 0 toucppi eihdownher couldn't or John (The Blast) 1d-La n

g o ca etpfston ebrasa27,OrgpnState7 the step from Bo7ru -ptoKma- * r- 4 W 'G
itead alaed in thyJIMMYe Colorado Iowtate "ere" said I why littlhoe two noraHighIt able a1't havto live. i re- wthe naon' -.lk ld
-,- e -e UPPittsbeourngh 21, lNavy.t to uny tr pt M. itbT lb il; l 'ld. .l S-o M Mat
--buh'"e onwceBucknell2,Temple o0t.soundly thri a ny. school,f.... ; "hR-ie "d
.one ngth risan M 20 a e linut at me thing quar t toan yl Uerent .tof o r .., t .
.1 ,V' e) are and ?Ma 14 hat utgre tha ew too ers7e ten or NA Serv rdia

MWlteP*weIlghtod A- West irginia1Pn 1celinged dreng l roomi limpingoe block bsr f "__ t heh ReA" I.

ilia ; asrtheveteran o a n Tn ports than. at la count, any The answer is tRussell He wlas bot-- .--me
ri1. Rhode I. 52, makes college scouts reel. Br, the famous
S fdo From an average yelyenroll- RusselIls beeat Donor for ust- a mo Iut 9th aOe "f" 1

Bl" lA the" l y CONRADO meant of 460 hao0 boys the 24 years. He ce from Notre Browns. A
0 y wat Windsor w eastern Pennwylvania hih school Dame, an injury pr-
do 10n I e bover, to a me,
..COt_ l In the Virginia T1e, eW 9 ee 0 tIit upIn-the miomd'd/le a

. ... sven fur- Florida 21 Kent ucky7 sof t anus-tched as a a .InOU..' .Bu I con-

Si g^ a.AbM 27. Morr^i^Ls Brown 7 ent go 1. 8r ttio the mo onto the came to -kWest Poins po bgo ut ite. r. s
at() Va StS r ,lso; Bimbo frmconi, the talks ssof the immortal and he ceray m.e e o f o eay &h fonG r p .. f 7--Ce""lo

1 t Road Dark Mill Ptttar and enou gh non-head- Rock. McLangry pUsed a 8-(Y Prince
c'M240 Ie Noe vliaor comlleges at e top of the His reco the samey too. A b ..n. 2-Grlu
& (rlryble _- Meta O ..bal heap u or years oist upU aen ln wnnr oPt l 1eA
il E.n o On an average year, therrrei 0 trichno J1 known wh.r u tshat tOlther b I I 1-D. Miion.al
80 0 ARTORD, n. (UP) about 28 Donora graduates play- evwide man n rem
SOh2uto$--i.o tfe0.lo e 14c 01 t Don NI h

SLe M. Thorpe head of Conne-ng on e first string of college And. as miht suspect the asked. -M. Road

t tict'sh. 7.h and game depart- teams around the nation. bird does Up In hea 4-ing's Prize
S(Golden e -m meant, spent his vacat. Station n New At first, this f.ire ad tself numbers Donora High "Otto Graham," said eto toat
SYork state fishing would st by hieem to give e nswer takes the iLaughry. ontess
.e i and M o, I 20. Indna 14 clear fora, oibul- '70-yd Washington. .(f/ 9o 1-(Charmln

Oklahoma5 IN TEREST touchdown dash 0. Chuck at
clim"aeids'UOnuselrala"inSate Iyste7 thle TtA estepRN -1E.s.. lan
bean dAdI n tho I-e o Ckne t.towa s, ttate mo0.TRs"a.Ti.,nO.. l,.
acosedthe Houston 14 Oklo:k&,M7 have uts-all you wa Vt." quipme outom Anie. y ClU ""
Oe length to the Tex. Christian 21, Tex. A&M 20 He was explaining something AtRs oia It's onrferent 1 Ta vLer
Arkansas 20,. exs 7.n _that nore than a .,few .people story. -i.-. :,too 4,we for. a.l.ten 'nim I -Pave
Abod! returned -6 and Baylor, 34Washnipton 7. have been wondering about for m uch., e/e wom way .--entiia
Uioon by Alfredo some t ne. The little steel town of numbers. a 20o- 3*e1Brie one orWr1t- 4-Scythia
ofithn r, yo Ueep has sent pounder., e -a s 5Rose HIP
i000M.iTh day.s-lo..more athletes IrAq big timeme --- -"--Turgot
scairoredte reeFranco Tips lhighschool in tp e world. coached teems play the way that maner.. HIs fa un.1fI
1 t .-s.O AI I From an average a ly enroll- Russetl, as been-t Donors for iust-abI a 0aU"sth Race "
-18 t pyoft' Iye .Toradofn ment of 460 e alnboeys- the 24 years.as e cme from Notre Brownd.
'80.. paoff..0_ "l-.lu lasnsweet Windsor western Pennsylvania high school Dame, 1in an Injury pre-

2u.40 onEnes 8 am ct Dan To, er of the ter whie b not him the Donora s.H es a.pretty d j I.Sa..-

at (e) Valley Star FranI cot tk "-."of-theImmortalandheeer' :'w
2.602Nwk Mill.Pitstar: and enough non-head- Rock. McL..ughnyUd JA-M in
ISOon Daniel --cllegstk p -a --enouploftheis r o l sene,

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J. Brawe 110 --ta Idlea l it 3-1
L. 01ral. 11 -Hard to beat h -1
P. ldaL. 115 -Dage rous e 3-1
A.tiv 105-Bad- reinSt i u '15-1'
O. Orll US -Mu-t improve here 4-1
P. Riae R. lOO1.-Traetlo perlaset 10-1
8. Carvs. 1O0z-othing to iNcates 10-1

mporftid ^,p4. :.-WNSOM Poo elomse: 4:40
V. Orte. 11 -I--n favorite diltnce 4-1
J. peyes 115 -Returns In fair ihape 5-1
S. Carv. 1131-Prefers route rices 10-1
J. Plmpt 118 --Could Improve here 541
L. Girpj. 110 -C-onverted printer 3-1
A. Ruit 115 -.-wesn recent form even
L. O0al 118 -Could help fentuyate even

mpufluted !oVLlla: iMM P*.I shoe: 515
0. OtL 115 -Mutinnnr ore 4-1
P. R. Loo. d gfood laest p 4-1
a. -ma. 0ovnarnmed iRpetb 4ler o10-1
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V.Oto 110 -Rates good iedance S-1
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Brooklyn fans. and Brooklyn reporters re-
r the Doeger leadeahip.
f. ofIAle iNM l4 nn1l ioer Leo Durocher,

thear e or iu places In the National League in which
S -fu .. A" d
wow s ap to' d0mnn' Alston with faint praise, and
fdth era e at onoanaement that Dreshen is thq
anar f played
Robinson seems likely to remain with the Dodgers chiefly
because no utt offer for hi has.beqn made, and be has
beB disgqawc te rs for a hb services with his disqualltical
tion of e of L loct ale.
bbIIO. Ii ia ine itter.e ttll Is a grand competitor.
But he hua slowed up and In the process of slowing, has set up
resentments witia. m Uelf.
Roblnson Is a fighting ball player. ut It Is conceivable that
-the Brooklyn froat offtl this at season did not admire some
of the out eppings of r notably the bat heaving inci-
dent in Mwauee. *
If RobM 4ton aty te W uld he play? He is no out-
fielder. he no loner is adequate second sacker. Nor should
younger candidates for thid be bused aside.
It is a ve Mt h pomlVal whc O lahley faces and I, for
one. am d.l witm. ortanmity to toss it right Into
v- aAw ,BO.EJ *IJM.o MN, *
S If O'Mailey *A.' S"Mtk have handy solutions for those

ia...a-trJusnir 0l)a4, whom the letter writers
I Anammy to mue the double play. Russ Meyer, who
en ae to fit-~mtelf Into the Flabpsh picture, and
. re to be trade bait?
has annosmnod th.t his trading efforts have been
DUceig t 0utnealdef. Be_ mstd nottiBE about
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o Male CouMld Ape out that deficit by selling Chico Fer-
. dnsne hniw. d pro $135,000 and Charley. Neal, second
Btit a thr l n~lde. nor Neal is surplus.
whihe 7 m OM. .opmtted when -he sold Chico Carrasque
-to the-Wcr t And for nly $8r,000, too.
It A quiteoevident that, what with one thing and another,-
eIpeaIy; at failure to break even fIna h/aIly on the season,-
I Waer anc I oUal le mIn trouble.
Not oNI that. The expert ve announced that the Glants
will make i t in a That could be the source of
the O'Malley's biggest ladAche.

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. Lerbapk to fullback to make
Duke stronger than ever.(NBA)

uder I-?1 % 0opoienti .
For the'nst time in history
t h ore t no single .wing plays
i M nnesota's offense. Coach
aWtatb Installed the split T.
Warmath wears 'era down
yvit numbers, ticking to con-
Ilte platoons jaing both ways.
T scond tea0ee to geto
"The second team got us all
fired up when t iy marched to
the'"irstatoucano*n," said Capt.
Bob McNamar- after North-
western had been wa.lolp_ 26-7.
"We started te 4o somi tink-
Ing whilv "itting on h',bench.
I knew.w.; hadt tart mIovIng
or we'd do 0ot of bench warm-
'And. whit holes that (Bob)
Hobert and (Mike) Falla (the
tackles) opened up when the
first club got back in."
"We're challenging the first
-team to sa who can do the best
job of moving the ball," said
Quarterback Dale Quist. the con-
verted tailback captainlIg the
second team. "We think we can
do just As good as they can."
So there are two asides to. the
Minnesota story and Warmath
wisely uses one against the
other. Its an excellent Idea
when you *ave numbers. and the
41-yeai-b0d Thnnesseeaft w a s
greeted by 22 lettermefl.
Minnesota ran much as It
pleased over Pittsburgh n Iits
most impressive- performance.
The O .lden Gophera wamed up
against Nebraska.
After three straight, the 1111-

LATE CATCH Omie Tillet
displays a sllflsh he caught in
' the Gulf Stream off Oregon In-
let, N.C. It's customary to give
up on sailfish in the areas -afitu
the summer season on thi
theory that they migrate south
before autumn. Now progrios-
ticatorq say the outlook for the
species may be good until latU
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SPO Ofam the 1
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nols scouting report filed by end a- .,,der fro be
coach Bobftnge had somelaipg ""o ^.y ^re'
like this: "Rugged and versan B po b...
tile. A. As long a
San sei oa ar h
"Veteran team-in fact, It's fender any p,9
two teamsbecause Warmath al- i a v iolatl. CU
ternates two lineups without for any art ee.
any great loss of effectiveness, jast an'
It was the second unit that the bMkof the M
broke Northwestern's back after
it played the' filmt team on even ti s u
terms for a quarter." i g
King praised the offensive,- a-
bllity of the halfbacking Me
Namara brothers, Dick and Bob;
felt that Minnesota. had'. two,
highly capable quarterbacks in -
Gene CappelletU and Quist. TODAY
There's power at fullback, withB ,. S:M. .
Johh Baumsarner and Frank
Bachman about even in ability.
Againt4 Northwestern, Baum-|
gartner went St yards in eight
rushes, Bachman 05 in six.

pootbal games ate won in the ,
,lie :and .WaMath knows hqt
to -do with one, 6r In ht.p esent
case. two. He played end and e
tackle at Tennessee, where he i
assisted Gen. Bob-Neyland before i
succeedLng Herman Hickman as l| I
Army's line coach under Col.lll
Red Blak., ilII

o, you see. Minnesota's now
head man has been well exposed
to Grade A coaching. He came to
Minnesota f r om Milsstapp
"Minnesota's Itne lasa .peri-
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aggresslvenessU. re .d the. In-
linols report. The .uluth singled
out Ends Jim S,%tu%, brother of.
the '49ers' Obdon, and Ron'

at any. position, either, be
SMtniesota hasn't been the
#)ante of the North ilnce Bernie
Btarman pither- oat his touch or
ran out of material. -
Regardless of what happens
from here on In, Murray War-
math has put the oldeGn Goph-
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S'thj.ohool building. With a worried frown she confides: "My mom and dad are scared to death I'll marry one of
" tfeg- and they tell me to stay .away from Negroes. I don't know what to do." .
Another girl asks: "Where are we supposed to draw the line without being prejudiced? A lot of the colored
SkN are nice, but what's going to happen when they really start feeling at home?"
!, It's much easier for the boy 'cause they've been playing baseball all summer with the Negro fellows, but
S" we'ir on the spot. Just the other day I wat-asopping downtown and said hello to a colored boy in my class. Every-'
I body looked at me as if I'd committed a crime.'
; A Negro boy alep has something to say: "We feetJ strange ourselves but if people will let us alone It'll work

eyolt igters and many
aire tSii._ hard to make
eat of an and emotion-
conflict in the community
home make It difficult.
as they fail.
i UAWiofasores of
we fIt "a where
Mia have ay-eady mixed
4 and white children tb
rp with last May's Su-
SCourt decision.
ir Southern states, with
iceptlon of ArkaMas and
arne waiting fr the
lmue furhW. Inatruer
e time. thi fall before
erouas localities where
iunpe is being made, the
liters themselves play a
part in keeping tings in

Scan spend hours on pa-
k and lannin" one
't o along,'It doesn't
Show youngsters react-
Newark, Del., High
eIh now has an en.
Over 2000 students,
V -i are Negropes;
S ..Cold Statres
o-,colored boy hurried
i eSta .on ring someone
is kbebtold m and crack-
a.'i re goes al tlo .a-
heard the, remark and
e one who made it re-
to his home room
with cold stares.
-'next week hardly a
-teenage girls at the
.i hbl were walking
wer one afternoon.
rhem was a Nero,.
Zt .' N.' passed by a local
Z S 2' fhe white girlsaid,
'Sgo fin and get a soda"

colored teenager hesitat-
'went in with them. When
asked to be served the
replied, "l'n- sorry but
are not allowed."
ght then,"' replied the
"We'll go ao me-
i and we'll 'ale see to
Surest of the kids ln't
sk ents aren't the on-
M ore trying to make
work. Te .Negro

~Ml fooitbal playMe
llto the,. locker room
.l't~ praetiCe salmson.
=f b sa, A '"I'm
all over hem

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School in the DistrIc of Colum-
bia the situation i; d4astically
different with 411 ,L. ,tu-
dents and 598 whitauti lr
classes together.
Surprise Protest
Officials were procaisilng in-
telgnUwanas hpee M b id
dey me m0
Later in a me@ w
prinolpal they ven their feel.
wings which were ty pical of
those of other kids in the city
where outbrh roepof.
"We want iU U b .t-
gration can' ut,'
one boy. "AIrIw rk.-I
we have anj t- do wth
But others oppotiob.
Says one glir yia hu-
man beings f i urdives.
We have toe them,
live with them,Ad b4 doing
this we shall bid a better
SThe incidentt McK I n I e y
comes as a fe to prince:
pal Charles r .ra "I wao
convinced t -l .ny school
could make ina itii e work it
was McKinley,~a ays .
A little girl- up to the.
desk, gives her cher a note
and whispers,." .to:'be sure
and read thia.?! m
Mrs. Daisy SMIahs looks at
the piece of p wlth its
childish scrawl 'ftii address-
ed to her and says. "I'm glad
to have you here this year. I
hope I get you next year. You
are, very nice. Love, Connie."
Mrs. Simms has received ma-
ny such notes in the past from
worshipping .kindergaten chil.
dren, but this oze is -different
For all the five-and "six-year-
old boys and girls in her class
are white and she 'is colbred.
One o/ Few
Mrs. Simms is one of the few
Negroes who is teach ing in
Southern integrated i c h o o Is.
Her experiences and those of
others in the same situation
throw considerable II g h t on
..what has been tabbed .a major
difficulty of intbg~rtion.

SCHOOL WAS 4 1 Itu, An--
nabele mothers bIMan pb ket-
ing. Judge repened'it again.
In the Distrit iof, Columbia,
Baltimore and-e Mmunities in
Delware and'- Virginia,
Steophers botbh W..VdfWhite
areoking a. w ilMe in de-
Stermnin hoe .i cesefl the
chame will be.' -'-
In these area. Sctool..author-
jties,.re beghinran'to.ut into
Spraetice last MiH U.- S. Su.

Children Are.. Ci.dren
"Children are 'hilaren" is an
expression teachers qad time
and again to expli her con
duct and action under the new
Xvven those who fayer segre-
gation -set aside 'personal feel-
in when in the classroom. A
tout. through many of the into-
gpted schools bears-tis out.
'My- job. is to start giving
tiese lIds an education' regard-
less qf whether they happen to
be colored or white," remarks
An older teacher in an element-
ary- school In Wlming m.
But the biggest burden falls
on Negro teachers who have

been moved into mixed schools.
They are on trial as much if
"not .more so tham the colored
Due to the administrative re-
shuffle under Jnteation on the'
elementary level in WBmi.;
ton, Mr. Simma and seven oth
er Neigro teachers moved, into
Idschos on a "Vhu31aty,

SSchool autheoitl felt It
'would be wiser to notify all the
pants involved before elasse
liii. wee e b/ uridel-
. al and or two members of

Admits' A mother: "mm -
l wasi sshoked at fist, but-
then I calmed down a.Mt espe-
cdally after Wks asui M.-rs.
Simms was .an excellentt teach.
"The hardest thIn t6 explain
to my Bobb was that would .
not be aing last year's teach.
er as he id been earlier,"
says anot',
61%1 Too Basey
A few pentso d.ec .ed they
would ed their children
if there were going to be a Ne-
gro teacher.
But not h a ld has dropped
out of 'pehool for this reason.
"It was not too easy for me
at first," says colored M r s.
Grace Wat s who teaches
hgi school history and social
studies I Morgantown, W.Va.,
where she bp jived all her life.
"For ek Plea durig one dis.
cussio s 9g imposts and expoeta
the words tar and pitch came
up. ,
'rSomemoe. asked me w h a t
pitch was aud.a boy who has
been trying make me feel un.
comfortable ,aid with particu.
lar emphaIlt, 'It's something
black.' '
"These things never hurt
me," she says. "I Just don't
raise my vonce and eventually
they straightep otu. Now that
troublesome n 2ng fellow is one
of my best Mtdents.
"I don't owat the kids in my
class to 6e eiaid to discuss a-
"We talk about race, mar-
riage, Iegraton and even the
word Dl oe."

are eder
M its A."~ Cheyneyk also

For 30 she has been
teaching- a second grade
children o l Ifesarroom ele-
mrentar' mas at Hokessin,
Del. ",
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it," say. Fairmont's wv-r w il rth
Judge L. Hrueper Mredit t s 'tf nd eearn_,w
it's very likely smome, -Are ovavo to
have ibinet ng e il n th.
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It'oned as reported Johnson ay e'ea t-
general nchager. Carro now hold a
He says the kn ports are news to hbmn.
Caerr Moore says he ha no Idea wreof the Paklats ,
club 'wll move. Denver and Oaa, areM, b 0e g of l
toned as strong ponsibilities for an Amerlca-
'All that must wait until Kansas City actually gets
the A's.

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Terry Moore as mhalager of the jbUdvbiI I1rft
S1955. The 39-yWe-old mith0hw .M-
in thiemajsemanagd. m e WS
ern Ascia4lon, the Ylwt twd*sA*A .
.Figurefreased by the NCAA shdw haxifbt Dlick
James S Oe inis the nation's -top e0g0l t
ceiver. Jamenhas caught 16 Dasses -. Um- :oleM
say the unusually low'tot al Intlcates s9p T
tai'owing to more receivers this season rather 'trAia
concentitting on one or two.
Two world track records were broken at Londoni
wnecre an Ielgiln team met a Russian squad.
".url L1Luytv of Russia seti the ttir record when he-
ran mte 4qu-yaru nuroies in al-and six-tentu see-
onus. This is three-Lentna of a.:second master than
record set in 19a2 by Charlie Mtudre of UorhelL
.,11s 3 hnataway 0t England Wfllowed up by running
the ilve-thousana-metors in 13 minutes, Al and ltve
tenths seconds. Chataway's time is five and one-tenth
seconds laster than the record set by a Russian las
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The Boston Red Box fired manager Lou Boudreau
ana named inity Hkggins to succeed him. ,
.ne former Cleveland shortstop and manager still
haa one year to go on a two-year contract. General
Manager joe Cronin says the Ied Sox will pay it off
about l36,000 If Bouarcau doesn't get another
managerial joD.
.ilggins will manage the Red Box for two years. He's
a ormerr lied box Lhird baseman and- managed the
Louisville tarm club this year.
-. rmcr major league slugging star J im m y Foxx
signed 32 big leaguers for a cLoss-country tour to
combat juvenmie delinquency.
Foxx, who was voLed into the Hall of Fame fast year,
says the tour will sart In January. T'ne piayera -
travelling in groups of aour win appear in all 48
states In an elort o light delinquency oy as Foxxx
puis it "preaching twe gospel of oaseoall."
among tWe players wno have agreed -to tour this
winter are Uene Woodling, Hank Bauer. Oil McDoug-
ald. Whutey lrord.and Bob Urim ot the New York Yan-
kees, Sal Mague oi the Uiants and OI Hodges of'the
Dodgers. Omers Include Mickey Vernon of Washing-
ton, Dabny O'tonneu of Milwaukee and Joe Colemkan
oz Baltimore.
l~n minor league news, officials of the E a s t e r n
League voted to operate the circuit again in 1955, al-
though there will e some changes. 'Ane Albany club
will oe sold and one other team may change to aIf-
terent ci.y. League ofilcials -meetdng In .ew York-
declined .o say which team might change location.
The national baseball weekly The -port g News
has honored tour member of the penaAnt-waftIg
Glants and Inulang. "
A poil of players, manager, umpires ad writes pick-
ed outflclcer Wilmie Mays of te Oiaats as player of
the year and JohnnyAntoneUtlll of the Giantss pitch-
er of the' year in the NatonUl. 4 &u. Amin_
League lionors went to a pair of Indian... Second-
baseman obby Avil as op player and Bob Lpoimn as
cumber-one ither'..
The only coae vote came for.Amerklan League play-
er of the year. AvUa nosed out Yankee. catcher Larry
Berra and Indian eatflelder Larry Doby. -
Uaboaten Qklahma tops the college Football rapk-
pgas for tbe second straight week,
'1he So rs. who bave w re g es, ldjed e
United P board of c hes. rOkli an up 363
first placer 6te'ln the latest b tsi. ..tw -epuan

second pte Wlie 1tk drJW beak tite pot' to
third. Ohio Bta'e moved up from Oth place to fourth
while Purdue fell back from third to fifth.
Duke Is r~ied sixth. followed by Notre Dame vrenth,
Misalisippl-'ewbth, *r0nlt Katia ath and Penn State
10th. Minnesota and Penn atate arp newcomers to the
top 10, replacing Iowa an4 Southern California.
Lightbd Yw a
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New York.. b't at-
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many 'Panamanlanse apN d *=Tr the y. h
doctor whose mercy mson raicaly. At s
two editorials in the Spalsp language p es voiced -
similar sentiments.
All seemed quiet on the labor frohl tt...wo top
CIO officials paid a hasty vislltto look ovp .the' situa-
tion which had threatened to cause a seM oA rft be- 2
tween two local-rate unions..
Anthony J. Federoft, chairman of tbh(
and J; Thomas, asnt, executive vice-pr
CIO, conferred here with officials boftl.
and the newl..Lchartered Local
found everything under control, a l*t
rumpus caused when 900 refused t
union, only a "tempest in a teapot.
The CIO mMn al .ersed au"eare

neet 'er they eGnlea foer
reerfbi0M. by Local 900 ot emnpleye
for the ted se L .
Both fflaci felt confident that the :ite em '.S
of their present deelei will be #j sharp ooA tSdele
In membership to a combined totale.f 1tl. Mothe
A 21-year-old alrnian was under mental o-bserva- den alc
tlon after a ,low struck by him On his three-week ld '
bab daughter resulted tn her death. Panam6 MY qqe
seek the extvadlMq of the airman. Lawrence Ick. in
because te tmragey cussed In Panamanian terri- i
.to. where Aie reside with his wife and remabnI *W
dattbr,b e I. A eompifla nvesatlgtlou of the 'nlu-
eengt s .made the Air' Foce w1hh Is hokl.m .
Ing te. aimanIn th4r custody .
BAe' ha now a1Lee1ed.t three of' the Pml "in4
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fnAm rods from doctor's boat were given,
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Arthur S. Wlnms, fined $15 and sentenced
10 days in Jail. and Geqrge EmanueL on
heavier sentence of 30 days was Imposml. pA
years old and have had previous juvenue del
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