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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]
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00552
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clarity the votets srest of lds-war orphan 4 an goq ao
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p ."eliber hat e* A pCIsosdIers, who adb
The action to quwutions on anle tbe bY plavinSgtake =taliU..gern. rI.8
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I read with great Inlterest the fist and second parent's le t
SNhomuoworS. I hoped thee would be-.a lSt
t found that the parents I now were relucta
i nyhiR about It-not air ld but reluctt-belaUsM
re were aad that ti aentst any action
ile t would take it out on them By pluin' more work. It
takin that chance-it couldn't get much worse.
I have no objections to homework, and neither do all the
aren i've talked to. when it given in moderation. However,
Shs now come to the stage were even an intelligent cbild Is
efinnmn to founder before the unsurmountable work ahead
m before 8 o'clock the next mornmag ..
Ste happiest days of their lives are being ruined bet .
S neonrage to do so when he made out his sonedule? WHe
ct, tois only one taught, and that the student can hu
pend 1 toN hours on it every nilga.
hhai of the student who is carrying five sabjeeti, and was
encouraged to.ae so when he made out ris scheaulet 'e msut-
Sle tae lon. of a @ dy period even though one of the suftts
nay not warrant homework.
When any boy or girl. regardless if hIs mentality, ipea
I hours a day in school ab days a week, he should noc have
ush home teom school at 3 o'clock and stan homewoi c
I Wnat makelit so inhuman is that many time he know
's not going to get finished before bedtime! It mate no di
erence waoeter s subject Is sample or him or olfnfOtlt It
ui takes time.
SThere mut be some object in pilin g on this after-hoa*
,work. Is It baeeau of the juvenue delinquency problem, and
oe the school board believe that by keeping the children at
a well avert toant problem n our Lownrs?
I f so. the boar's -lt's actually inviting trouble.
Tf e 1 atucents. are getting tired of tae verlasdg plodding.
Ur being hemmed by hook. They're starting
e a o their se7 enta were 'not unhappy when A
dhrte a flepember. They looked iorword to new
new friends, and something to do with their time.
N I after- 6 I wee I dl = ..e t"W to late sc hool

A 24 ohurs to eat, slep, ply do homework. Even spor
aryie s a a use. d
aren't fun pemore-nhre d cu ,e p
to m*i a s emptk t LO doing after-whool studies.
St Ido st .ask m to ak y wm for the foregoing MU:
aep& Mr. II i' 1 .Iwish you would investigate for four-
a ,fl and wit I e uen ttoo, plea*.
teachers aMt'Upposed'to teach mostly in school-not ford
natt % fh.l.atihome. e bontl has not atlt-

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s cao. TA work haf.d too but they
unt iu thn late hours 'and then go to
t waking up to another 14-hour day
to acholastic effort. They wouldn't
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le 'lakw.
S-Call for strengthening of the
UN and rejecting of all demands
to quit. (In what may appear to
be sharp conflict with this notion,
voters do rt the notion of
breaking off lions with Russia.
The emphads, then should be on
strong allfanees with friends as
best prote n against com-
Advocate Woreased military
a to our allies i increased as-
sistance to undedbveloped areas.
"7-Criticism of McCarthy ap-
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field. They draw M5oM or so qpec-
tators atN 300 lira -,. roughly 50
cents adlablien.
The whole sport is now organ-
ized into an Italian Baseball Fed-
eration, with Prince S. Borghese
is its bead. He has never played
himself, but his name gives the
game prestige.
Really to become established,
however, baseball in Italy may
need some better financing to pur-
chase gloves, bats spiked shoes,
uniforms and pArticularly balls.
Their cost is almost prohibitive to
the average Italian. T h e game
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only one ball in the way of equ ,r
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.4 to h ?- san has been surprsIngly good,
Frank Dens. : Inormatiln the quality of ItafAl spots y
Agency r alynow beig porting on eb games ha pro-
transfer bckto hngto, vided a number of chuckles.
tried to IreAt a e W.-American
colleges isn ,e g over ome of "Corriere del Sport," a o.lte
their baseball'st a coaches publication pecliUIg i su
a eason ta no meus. ns, devoted a lot Sp
cny to an winning gam e-b
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promote the ie In Italy was-'to ily three bita were :allwo I
ave a documntauy film on buase was really a thrliname.
bll made in A a. U. Si big- "Corriere's" reporter
league stir o Italin extractianator with tis dramatic tol,
Ike Phil Ruato, Joe DiMaggio, freely translated:
Vier Rucbi ead ei-DBerra de.
montrated i w motbn the: "And so at last, while the as

them could spea"n LtIlIan It will all have to be done r
much, but a -I Alhan again some other day. The scre
sound track overcae that degi- was nothing to n. .
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al towS terephtete
of the Navy Chare a0s.8
grlfltmrreittin eil

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Secretary of Tho
didn't even know Dr. Condonha
been cleared. In a he e
nothing at all abot matt
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things, that th Corning GN
company had aed t D
Condon have acwtqfiu3<
material; not di0 2 4nowth1
this was ut up to the ASY-N
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buIbt er or u ma intaiin the ebnilate if the
Of rtaznregime In northViet
of Los Ri00. most autiul, a sar. "If we are for out. tlu
ohnson4 9 FortCyton and Ma- wib In flagrant violation of the
nAnt Priceat of tlaytot Geneva agreements."
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of America Art Weeks willbe
formally opened with a tea tomore
row at 4 p.m. at the Tivoli Guest
House.
At this time the prizes will be
Warded in the varaqu classes.
A secial Invitaton has been
extended by President R. Mr-
tis to the NewcomersClub of the
Atlantic Ade for tls openiM g.
Hostess chairman is Mrs. R. K
.Morri of Be Vista.


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American dishes ad sandwiches.
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P ns m also made 'r a I f of L R. O
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rita CLb houe. Tickets areuJ.'
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t n Blet HfRte,"
do's Techn r pro-
C Anne Francis .alwo o-
Advt.
menid the bloody eight-year Indo-
china war divided the wet-tomn
naMM with the Reds takig the
n=orfem part, including Hanoi,
an e French and fret Viet
Na ees taking the souh,
ITO United States ahyq* has
ta ie position that t4 #ivi.

er ent for all of t
Suyjgm's statement wu con-
sidell' warning to the Cmmu-
nits against upsetting any'I the
terms of the Geneva truce,
He did not say what. 5 a
action this country Mght take
the .Communists do force closing
of the consulate.


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chosen the national poster girl, for the Muscular Dyr As-
soclation, poses In ftew York City with "hBu* -rJa' liO
i with paws on the fire helmet, symbolizes the participktlon of the
nation's flre fitA in drive for funds to fight the bafllng disease.



THE SAVINGS BANK

Instiution Guaranteed by the State

Pays 2% I0atrest Aunualy on Saviogs Accogats

INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00

We make leans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other eeouritlds.
25c. 50c. $LOO and $00


CHRISTMAS SAVINGS


deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, In 4 diffprnzt pizes.


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t Least 36 New Faces

S_"'WASINGTON- (UP) -There Montana.-Sen. James g. I
: 81W be at least 6 new face I in ra (DO facing Re. Wealee
next Janary regardless D'w (R).
a whe the Demodrata or the Ohio-Sn. Thomasu A. Burke
," ubileans win in the- Nov. 2 opposed by Rep. George A.
tUona. er (RL.
It is us to the voters whether The l present members
there wil be more. won't be back in January beui
Tbrty.one members who served they lost in the primaries-
Sthe 3rd Congre already have senators and eight congresame
SeliInatedn by volunta are:
... "remen'i. defeats in the pr&ma
and deaths. Senators-Alton A. Leanon
are tan to be i N.C.) and Robert W. Uptbn
te e ea. ntest in Cal- N.1.) Both were serving by
SI nuDelaware, Montata, Iowapointmentt hi year.
d O In tho five state, Houas-Rp. Laurie C B
Sembenrs the Hoe are (D, Ala.). Pat utton (D,. Ten
Against cumbent sena' George D.. O'rden (D. Mk
m oe e In January. Angs eR, Ore.),oWheeer
-Fewei tn usual-two senators Ga.). Winat H. Lucas D, T
nd house mmbers-wen and Ken Regan (D, Tex.).
I aeby the primary route Battle and Sutton gave
* thi year. The average in recent chances for reelection to 1
ear has been from 10 to 15 in Houe to make unsulsesl
a Rsl House alone tfor six-year Senate terma,
h" e other 14 already out of thi others were defeated for rei,
: ete r are: nation to their r tuetp
a; th -me. Burnet B. Mey- Thos who eum tI
(D, .) ad Pat Moa selves by voluar reti
f) aa.) Pal W.: Snaoer 5 '
1 rMticrements,-8veae. CR arN.
S hn. m A aMIves (R, y) wo.). and .v d
d -'-s governor of Now Y t 2
S wUal resign phi Sonate seat d cans.
ya y for appointment of House-Rep. ard A. PaH
Sm ew Amber fthe at (D, Ariz.). M t Bra
!n ,t- en. t w (Re Cal.), William A. Lantaff
Si iate an f in Edward J. Hart ).
0' tt o Cogress: T. Seerest (D ..) Alvin A. I
t : al_ W--". Thomas H. u- chel ( 0) ob KJavits
SbyRep. Samuel N.Y.). Franda D. Roosevelt
W.- (D N.Y.), d. member
J. Allen Frear, the Txa atn J. F
S r. (D eh alnd by Rep. Her- Wilson, L. l and L
S rte Warburton (R). M. BentsenJr, .all Democral
S owa-Sen. Guy M. Gillette (D) Javits and Roosevelt, after be
ppodby Rep. Thomas E. Mar- renominated for the House, pu
S() out of the eonlressional picture


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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
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Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Aigeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ........ ..........240.00
To Los Angeles and Sao Francisco ...$270.00
To Soattle ............... ......... 65.00


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FOR SALE
Real Etate
FOR SALE: Gorgona (near beach)
concrete house: 3 rooms, bath, 2
closets. Furnshed. 3,989 meters.
Leoving isthmus, Sacrifice. Phone
Curundu 83-4177.
FOR SALE: $7.50 down payment,
$45 monthly, large three-bedroom
house, Lefevre.Park. Price $7,500.
RUSH. PATTERSON, 16, Ave. "A,"
2.2346.
FOR SALE';--Ofly $190 down pay-
ment, $10. monthly, lots one block
from Pueblo Nuevo Road. From
$1.25 t6 $2 meter. PATTERSON,
Ave. "A"' No. 16. 2-2346.
FOR SALE.-Leaving Panamd, must
sell lovely concrete house, with fur-
nishings, 4000 meters, Gorgona
Beach, 52,000. PATTERSON, 2-
2346. '
FOR SALE :- krand new thrie-bed.
room-chalet, Paitdlla Airport, $3000
-down. $75 month, total $12,500.
* PATTERSON, 2-2346.
FOR SALE :-Bdautiful re s i d e n c e,
screernd, hoa wa t u4, mortgaged.
.th and 50th Strets, Paltilla, Tel-
ephone 3-5011.|

FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:-1951 Morris.Minor, ex.
cellent Condition, $575. Will con-
sider good motorcycle -a trade-in.
Call $-2506.
SALE:- 1940 Hudson, good can-
dition, including 6 tires, $125;
-I 1949 Packard. excellent condition,
.5650. Phone 83-2233. House 510-
:A. Curundu.
FOR3 SALE:-November 1953 Cadil-
lac black 4-door, 8500 miles, per-
feet condition,. $3200. Peterson,
Hotel Tivoli.


FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac black 4-
door. Car/ be seen at N.C.O. Club,
Fort Davis or call 88-193 after 6
p.m. Price $2800.
FOR SALE.:-Buck 4-dbor, duty pard
$200; AS Nash 4-door, excellent
conditiOn; '50 Codllo 4-daqr, Be-
low BHuebook. Phone 3%2173, New
SCristobal 3rd Street.


FOl SA.LE;:- 19,1 Jtu kergC &
Smoker. good c won %140 ti $1i -.
Phone 87-3222. t -
FOR SALE:--1948 Studebaker Com-
mander, Overdrive, good transpor-
totion, $475. Fort Clayton 6119.
FOR SALE:-Call Balboa 4409 if you
wont a real bearg. 1, 51 Buick in
0--_ll f c -han.^ lna


MISCELLANEOUS


Start Novemniber right by-menolling
your youngster in the Jack and Jll
Nursery School in Margarita. Play
school hours are fromm 830 to
11:30. Transportation arranged.
Coal 3-2502 or 3-1406.


FOR SALE
Mke.wneus


NOTICE: Boot builders carpenters
and contractors: BLACKR& DICKER
electric utility and pow*r toals how
distributed by SIRVICIO-pl VEW-
TAS ABERNATHY, Wholesaleand
Retail, across side tret Hotel El
Pan"mi. Phone 3-0264."
FOR SALE: -New APN 4 l,argn, com-
plete, $350. FOB Tampa, complete
line Apelco & Bendix rodio-tele-
phones, deptb recording and indi-
cating equipment. BURKETT'S MA-
RINE RADIO. 308 S,-22hd St.,
Tampa, Fla. i
FOR SALE:-12-gaollon electric water
heater and one Whirlpool washing
machbl,; good condition, A.C. Ap-
ply ELG. -Peru Ave. 72. Phone
3-45)7.
FOR SALE:-Hi-Fi records (dlasslc-
ond popular). AGENCIAS ;DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.

FOR SALE
lsis ,& Moturs
Make ft y&ifelf boats, furniture, and
so forth, with BLACK &r DICKER
electric tools: Drills, saws, screw
drivers and sanders. CklAS. AtE-
NATIHY, distributor. Whotesdl &
Retail, across side street Hote' El
Panama. Rhone 3-0264. '


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WANTED
MldeiaEtl9 og


WANTED:-$3000 for newly started
chicken farm to expand and buy
machinery.. You will eorn 50% for
the next 5 years. First yeoa's pro-
duction will, be 1000 Ioyers, 2500
broilers and sale qf t day old
chicks. (ImrporLo.lchicUks o per-
mitted after Noy, 1,1 Laikkfnoth-
Nly e CminP O e rPtor 4-5
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exe-et- E-. 80. The Cub Scouts of Pack 2, Btl-
.r.e.. .. . boa, gathered Wednesday night
ApoaB D.... at their Amador Road quarters
$.v. CirA for a brief businui meeting fol
Orr e S ln owed by a Halloween party. -
to, o . .is. Powerj, ow n.. During the meeting the fol
* '.M wUa a-z tne lowing Cub Scouts wbre award-
25-cwb el.. West- two-temW h vwiteh ed various pins glid badges:
fFrigua. 0t$Wpir left dSk le t), WV'^J^ iStef, Prom Den 1, Eddie Hodgson
PWe, qibiti. r4 aMiR %. a. Mike LeBrun, Julius Lusky and
i r lm. ehl. y. r Si.sO 8. 4m.. or George Fitzgerald received their
'''m al S amturlp r Entar, Bobcat pins, Bob Dilter a gold
Arrowpoint, Erik Robinson, two
S'silver Arrowpoints,lv rover Ma-
> 2F .... From Den Z =8bert Walker
Frip-mtor .ratr Z iI a e _.. g t u. received a Bobcat pi.
.rrt fo rur ,tu From Den 3S, W r DryJa was
T.Box 2 & je awarded a Bear badge and Bob-
** a A tat pins were papted to Mi-
ISgh chatl Morrow, Pnte Richard
i5 and Tommy Perantje. Keith
...,Lem rr, a permny, Oct. a goldArrOwAnt, Robert
8410P) --U. S. Air Force court. omen
W of M eiU of r D Jtoday itsch aslrerwlArrowln nt,
A '2" .1m o-y ff Ameics nt and Bradford Purdyrecelved his
Me. n Inno ent of charges of rap Io ge e .
.jU-ght by a pretty. yuffg lav rFom. Den 4, JlritY Larsen
~ht by aeo pretty, Yugoslav w eads 2 silver Anerphinta, Pe-
w.....' .. t'f Denton, 1 a1 r-iaUowpoint.
Airmln Jack W. Jennings, sad Keith Qluokm ol& a Bear
hqtew of Sen: OUlin D. Johnstbo bad with Ive
S o y shookbhands with his de- .Ing eaed the W W hebelos
6 Wt tey when th court nt a k, however, 0,the party
ced the acquittal. tlrt was to foliowI.G I presen-
AIBe ,ou td on weas e te next
l Mrs. Annainane Greb F a11, .1 was8. l tip _-los thy ere
iwho charpd the handsome for.. 1la.ver a oYsh er-
the mer aoUege footbaU start w i t h er :and boor e Gattonl, saon 6
Srape, wasn't jn court when ta era a Otil.' Ser e
:, acquittal order was read by gen- 5-- a V
V4 d euity thee lor court officer Col. Joseph F. hGe0 Oatto, Peter Berger, o
At 5I:3 Carrol., of St. LouiE.
lbeThe court delerated for about SW rutred the',f ollowug
three hours before announcing its the business meti ind the
Ve, erdict that ended the stormy I HalOWerer t R
'lday trial at the U. S. r Force fln .htart. am lS
__'__' ", Rhine-Main Air Base o u t s i d e t dul det
".' Frankfurt. -in sueah u a Wma t...hlqA per-
"It was a just verdict," said guests, could pArti" llAte, a
civilian defense counsel Arthur A highlight Of gaaMedod
iFreedman. of Miami. He and v a osa eo m' .9olh
military defense counsel M a pJ. iata which. *M '"a clay,
C.arl.EE.,Burget, .of Edmond, Ok.S-ade for the ocrmediOSt by Mrs.
la. clashed repeatedly with theMuatAf.B erger mwM ow Peter
military prosecution during the ger In )e "4. Mfthe .i-
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RESORTS


FOSTER'S COTTAGES.--w .DUl poe
Santo Clara. Low roti. Ppe
Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara BAdch Cdtt
toges-r-ckgas, refrrgvutlaoi toi-
bedroom. Phone Balboo 3050.
GRAMLICH'S Santa C "t'oo Cqtr,
ages, modern Monvp" n.
rate rates. Phon -7

Clara. B o 4$5, Phone
Panama 3-1877. 3',f8li 1678.


FOR 0T

OR RENT:-Cholet: -dtwiroms, li
ingroom, dining Vet, 'k4lchen, two
bathroomrs. pari, ao-d neih-
bdrhood. Doubbl"'' Phoe2 3-
0771. . .


'FOR RENT:-Nice two-
bedroom chalet, u for two
couples: Twp ki lbthro m,
Refrigeratorr, g ov. helping
- SAS Commitsary, VPa o-
rrao, Sn Froilsc. -5024.
FOR RENT: Three-be~dom ht4se
near Paitilla Airport. AOl modem
conveniences. ompl rg'wude in
front of bus line ; Call -Pifim -.
S2072. frbm s8 t 'noon.
FOR RENT:-Cholt: li4, din
room, kitchen, Vist. eftasa. 3d
Street Ny. 2. IFirnf on call
phone 2-bm0r', 3
915, Mr. et .. .,


FOR RENTi -. -
ed. tw B
ondliving rootWm.,.11'-, S
Houpe No. 2; ellsavls,
Phone 3-509D'r ;-,
GF R iT:-t' f.T.
nished, 2 be. Nr
Golf Heights. Phose 3-2667.


FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom chalet at,
Son Froncisco-ithteet and Sec-
ond Avenue No. 54. Can be seen
from 9:00 to 3:00. Phone 3-0388.


FQR RENT
Apimtent
ATi TION t I. Just built modern
furnied apartmentss nMe,. two
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ed234- po rtments,
Contact Artbra Apartments,'
S10oth Sveet. Phare. 1386, Colon.


FOR RANTi Furnished apartment,
all screened, Frigidaire, gas stove.
Via Espooa, houqs before Juan
Franco.
FO RENT: Large, two-bedroom
apartment, completely furnished.
Sufffli Tor two couples. Call Pon-
ama 3-0816.'
FOR REIN'T: Two-bedroom apart-
ment, .Indepedent, $60. ApIly Ca-
lie Prirnera, Corrasquila No. 54,
neoc Via Porras.
FOR RENT;- 2-bedroom apartment.
I th Street No. 16, Via Porras:
Living r6eonv diningL room, kitchen.
Phon0 3 457.
FOR RENT.L4urnivhed apartment, 1
bedroa;, ello Vista. Frigidoare, gas
stboo fine 3-1648. "
FOR JE .iZC-- Mftble 1 -bedroom
apinhgWi. North American neigh-
bots.- 'melor transportation, $65.
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married c c lt, kltchWrn privilege,
prijatt' e- nce. !I.th Street 9.
FORX RE. Fiuriehed room, Frigi.-
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Bit e (trit -l F Me'sm) "u r the aa overnight
at Camden. New Jersey. Thle winner will get $151,095.
All but two of the 15 will carry M2 pounds in the mile
and one sixteenth race. Those two are "ig Broadcast" and
RHtoIt.ap." Neither ever has won and each gets a six
S" ". ~~a ir Tn, to be ridden by Eric Guerin, has won the
t-ltb-, ~8,. Hotel and Cowdn Stakes. He lost the
: ;m5LBnt unhlS by. a head to "Nashua," The Belair Stud
y ItwhlEh h been retired for the year. The Harry Gus-
g enhelm eatry of Flying Fury and Racing Fool has been
slettlag Mppoor (at 2-1).
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Season Opens Inte' ion x

Tonight In INY Amador eotch

NEW YORK. Oct. 3 0 (UP) o D ig
Hook shots and rebounds enter
the sports ploture tonight as the '
National Basketball Associatlon -- "
opens a 324-game schedule. 'the rese O d-
The champion Mlnne ay inl th .sntis. Ma SJ.
Lakers play in New York -ot h ayomei schedule' ok- MaJ.
cuse opens at Baltimore, n orrwUi be one of ht hI- apt.l .
Is at Rochester and Fort Wan o.the currentid iS
plays at Milwaukee. Philadelphia son M-Sat. 3f e-
gets underway against Boston in Mor ke
a Sunday game at-Newif avehthe Mart O Mr. ant
Connecticut.- hasta Mr. ad
The Lakers may find the going edb g,. h aplJt
roer now that Mr.1 Basket-dem IS v1 Lt. Fish ad'1
tired to the front of lee.,Former ~ ge Dl r ha Mr.d
Kansas star Clyde Lovellette has ,o cy ficient I.
replaced Mikan.. PhiladelphIa b*e to Ldr. Mlyatla ,.nch
has been strengthened _Oby t numb"ei Lt .LefUi uu Mhe
turn of Paul Arizen from th n teen to Col. WClehad Jones
Armed Forces. Arizen set a The it tour '
league record of one-thousand nament a. ablay and Capt. M A s O i
6 74 points three : L_8 i.b mM- to the 2.41 C= :
New York final" b,. 4 bifortunate-ia-choie Mr
man in six-1 Ray F-elix. .u waba,_.a v is wn e
obtained from Bltlmore. -ow n et aw 8. 0. a l i
Right-hander Gene Conley ofi4gl Mr.4 Br : e r
the Milwaukee BravMs 'hasn8- Z p"- Jack fS r
turned f~r another season with udoe f
the 10sWtn Celtics. lBo-o you dub no Lynn Jll Hnkle
has' an outstanding iroe -.r i- t r.-
Frank Ramse of KentuckYt- --h-- --
eral other cubs are count od or a m of they
heavily on freshman. aentWe an Mr. Mora
drafted Johnny "Kerr y wou, Mr. WaMt.m W!gIeE
For ftyn has Notre. MYJSOUr WI ad wbh- Mr. and i w
Dick Itbeenthal. Tom hor 1 itha- M r.
ULS'ba up to0. Thats -- "
of Weetr Kentucky t with a Maj. apd, % .
Rooter. Baltimore has rank The feowi times Capt.a
Selvy a Furman. and M i .ukbwXdaM -Capt. AV I green
iselec Sb Pett l Lonal gll '' . ... '-
Stale. 0P Ofy hi bs gr Mr. a ft L* Jr,.
W d 1000 hobe" ou. Mr. and P]f. pus. ,o
V.v CoL and uAm TubW
Co. V Of 45th s M.I Nf 1 Ia: l
USAarib Co. Level Lt. ..c^eiy s

owhlim n tChamplans M nwol. al .nd Mrs. Earl,
Gsen. Costella R. EHuhes Capt. and Mlr. r .
coi. Battalion at ForCaB Co. and .C Mr. and iMrs. Mlozy '/. fdo

ing title on the final nht,
T champinsfm CamWeekend Of Good Weather
n fy "D" hit 12,183 pins, 747 h )
andhq. mad Co. md In Store For Football Fans
.o Retta at Fort obbe .



on. Company a'V puted r an. or nd'Wi.wa M.a -ndMr s. M
Widuo the' on the final.nhnte
to win by a comfortablemp,. ,r heo.p. .a
nirht of lay WMa the rae for In- weanSterm eoan 8 as

held a six-point deinh- T
rak. hEq. &s Co.lof -the
cloest Tcom etorLt I Cr W e
ham McLelan of o lr e id MR be he
squad, after four nightS of bowl- 1L il f the
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outscored Markkls 191 to 180 to two t
take a fivel-in edle. But Mar- rite ov ( pOimnt a .-
kak1 cIame back with a 189n ratentwo. 0bdowt (8 points) : l
second game,' a MaLellan 0- but t 8Oe tane d
dropped to 164 and fell 20 pinsa y toUb than
off-the pace. pl
rMarkakis continued his steady I O s -' ._n4n o l.
thlrd-wame 15. MheAlan, need- plac ova $o a tf
to a 206 to t Ae, made a strong ed t o..tuot
id for the individual. crown SILBI0hf. o S.rd ,'2
lust four pins Short. Markak(s' ( on" ) ( h a
Finishing with Individual high t'favoui Vgia the odds. g
Rverage was cpl. Lloyd Navel mawOPt; quote a prc
?from Cohrnn'"D" of the 45th Slxt-anl o Dame 9 two one
Recon. Battalion. However. Nagel touchd-'4.13 pont.) over Na- f)e i,'
clsed the fistt ilght's compe- W at lIn ?orP t
Im anf award MU twhAiled onmr e c leave He of get .
and wa inelrigble fof the mldf- -_e. .. h
aone. oua epl miInt)ne
tak award. '"-p oer lo BuM..rurr-ed P-ahe don

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WASHINGTON, ot5 80 (UP) hbae te i W^ 4 ttee. MC
B- sen. Joseph McOarthy mentCa '
predicted today the Senate wiu ap estimate MeC
vote to censure him with four Wbe.si I him. are four'.
"types" of senator leading the B .to the will vot
way. He Identified their as tthe WIbcnO lTeo est-
Flanders-Lehman type... the mathed iloln "Th
Watkins, type... the Ed John- 19,OOr of Mcman
son type... and self-atyled jIt-e$ C A th .i ai
as als I the Republican PrtAy." S Nov
S McCarthy said most- s 15 to rorq
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merce minds how they will v when Snate a- .Iove,;'
nt Of the Benate meets-Nov. 8 to start bout a e ort. Her
t of consilderill. a special committee The en wbeupo
report recommending that ae be dean at toh
cenadred. for conteptt. .the that .
HSehatfk..*idabuse ofanArmy -M- rtbt., 14 Wat- "ler 1
general kins that he senator which (
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Only 2 AEC. Co Tissionet

Controversy Ital o n-'Yat
WASHINGTON, Oct, 30 (VP)- I Stythe 'a u the EugeneZuckrt But he .-I
-The Atomic Energy CanMmlson during the ealyl phases of nego- on" to el
disclosed yesterday that only ~two lton. All Were Democratic apind
of Its members voted whp then pointee.. future-Jim
controversial Dlxon-Y1ates power Libby the oer jnember who aid
contract was approved on Oct. 5 djust'been
Sen. Bstes Kifauver (D-Tenn.) S. whI fte eobtw.t came uip rl e
"stAtutory majority" of the AEC shower dhhvon
has not approved the propoS, Neum t1 vacancy that ut- .
Be said "they jlad to gBe one t th Mq.to
gnember to leayp the root" to ZD steaid
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gating uisthDiunt^Jooa!q
It pr iorid o the pu rie I
of private power by TVA to r,-
place electryicty used by AEC
plants.
The AEZ has five members but
there was one vacancy at the
time of the vote. '
Nichols said Chairman Lew4l
L. Strauss and CommisMiolqr
Joseph CampbeU voted to ap-
prove th .coztirt. Commissilon-
ir Thomas I.i uriav abstained
and CommiuAOoner *. F- Libby
"withdrew" cause he felt he
waf not "sufficiently acquainted
with the questiqp."
Nichols' lett#t was made pub-
lic after Gordon Clapp. former
TVA chairman, told the subcom-
mittee the DbII-YItes contract
Is the "openipg.Aove" In a plan-
.ed campaign to liestroy the
Tennessee Valley. Authority.
4lapp, now.. y city d-
S listrator op New York, skid
HAC and t!e budget bureau
called wla..,'ITA's "worst
es" in thw contract.
oting that president lsen-
ir told a vw t conference
weok the tract had been
ed,, Il er said the
ciii abould be re-
y, who abstalned on the
.vote, hd beet aligned a-
the contract along with
O aommisdloneT Henry D.
Little League:


7 Girls 7
ite births, :2 of them at
C Ho tl ant l two at Coco
So b Hospital were reported dur-
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.the ddur i.the Pa.
Were moaved fm Colon
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'ichitarted operaUng Oct. 27
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