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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01705

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Personnel Matters

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UP)-
Edward A. Doolh, personnel di-
rector for the Panami Canal
Company, left for the Canal Zone
today after conferring with of-
ficials here concerning person-
nel matters.
A spokesman for the Panama
Ca&lu Company sad Doolan
qpt the eurent week In Wash-
n during which he confer-
redwith company personnel peo-
ple anitd officials of the
CIviL oe Committee Com-
mulmO well as with Brig.
Gte. John B. Seybold, president
of the Canol Company, who was
here for a couple of days of the
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hungry East Germans, to feed their Soviet-trained plti
army, a West Berlin anti-Commwiist organisatieqi w
today.
The "Fighting Group against Inhumanity" saidw-i
seven-pound "Eisenhower food parcels" taken by Coni
munist police from East Germans are being distribute!
to the members of the 14,000-man para-militery "bMI
lacks people's police."
How many packages of lard, milk, flour and VwM
tables have bee confiscated is unknown. However,
Berlin officials believe tens. of thousands of the mug
thao 3,000,000 pcels so far distributed have fallen hjt
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finding tnt reported the organation Mid, the ce-
that- ommunat police head- trial transformer blew up, da-
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try asistantr at sm Hoa- D.lieee ad (
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dow. owned by W UOw. who packages. RP
also-an the inter national here. Thand e Commult made it
ulera l h rvlees uId be held clear that pelmi t with
thi afternoon n Me. freood parced. Sc 10A
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fired without *Mttce as a "trai-
Breaksr In of, tor to the rep rbl eort" when hd t the
woode I deale and wife went toe t de iUn and weh
Runs Backward took back an Ammerion food C%
Ip.n Li- a. Ae-package. .
LONDON, sept 4 (UP-Four A new outbreaks of strikes and Toci
persons waf-b ured today sbotoge against Communist acch
when a train der aplert and rulelbrnEast er al waso re- rlido
sial bridge. Workers walked out of three
he train wed in route from lants in Saoy to prtet th Pe
Lod to Ipwl when the Red blockade' O f eri inq
bOk half cam imeoupled and food ad nthea;e gn-cowl Oa
aoted backward. munists, ant3i S~ted
Railway offiiabt sald scores finding orgafd ij u ;MWI,
would have beeoaMjured if the Jurists InvetilgattOS 0 on
train had been wded reported. eaed
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wAS wooden. It was derailed and. the Hettstedt lead wwfk., the
splintSerd by the Imoact A see- *AuKat Bebel cooper works in Be
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Xlces in the theft of 100-
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dental discovery of tie
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police Chief Bolvar Vallarino
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know wha. It was uved 1K
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man stopped the tq beina
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M 0 person ed by the appoA0intment K
The Mail Box As an open forum for readers of The Panma Amer- Owynne, Iowa Republican. to
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The ais l ,ne escauropen torm fer thadrs yof Toe Paa Ar owyn ne, 1wRula. nlto

next day. Letters re published in the order received. The change wi take place








the usual escorted tour of places and peomleaIt Is considered de- m194 ho d hut e F reda he hT
tIrable that you see and meet! ood He tIlthfl tentented it tdo t ape Uaed et o m i.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. Sept. 25. when epingarn's term
Identity of letter writers is held In strictest confidence. expires. O wynne's appointment -e d






This newspaper assumes no responsibility for ustat ement as oploles by President 8isenhower hasmeStae ptm t
any afternoesd in l etters from re weekrs. btaln with confirmed by the Senate.W Cnunat
the bunch of men and women who ather there for a few mo- oted orhe
Threarra w h s uholdreeb ten ou traeing pe beral ya gto t New
t r inn thi Balboa C.Z. a ervative. Spina ar 6 .o.
This is an open letter to Messrs. Seney, Van Horn and Bukaty: toi hvee only one "g In TA,-gamyg,
It is Indeed encouraging to early that you people are down ee B*on B the were eplraned a .
here tr o conduct an "independent study on waget t dfferental and the lawyers. ft h Wel o
ringe benefits" of US-rate Canal Zon t e employ es. It s also to In the 14 years wi that Gwynnle .
be hoped that you will be able to kee Imit "Independent" and not was In Congress-from 1934 to S
the usual escorted tour of r w npla er s e d vie t is considered de-Bpr ?erplied uo a rneor tai pe
strable that you see asu l n rend meet! left Pn o hdoubeht as to hwere he-- 4 0 i A h
notstoedn d Hndlet r m r a e r e noohet b en do m et d ba wtee hr e r esen te om e to.the' 1 ,
heIf it is true that you really wish to consult the employs s he i r e*
tmselves, on hese issues, why not get down to the grass-roots his dominantly Republin d- garnan-Amerr
a an re lol r eo ars. ceneyeV an or n d tty: p an d ia rea A s a sau gn regim e in
Sgestio, Instead of "meeting with groups and organizations.S terloo, which rwas hismt" home. uda. ke...t:q
while Nou are finding y our way around, looking at the corn- The Gwynne record is perhaps Aogo
unity,"he S why don't one or tware of you take off your co ats, and bt iAr7umt Ioter bhIn tesliene batetlfld Th ro lrtheW p? !
ro into the Balboa Bowie ang Alley for a beer, just at 4.:00e no t ast in Nofthres8-froe-19 4bo. 19a 2.
Afternoon in- the week, and have a down-to-earth talk with publicanv Congress. former .11 a te epa-t













to iraoe ywourselew and aee k srankly h te thn andtr He rto o rd thee r. PrsdnTrea a h wes C Unit.e t e d a g t .
the bunch of men and wo men who gather there for a few mo- n wymnne voted for sthe GOPe 04 _&n other -p



























wleThat e .ou are alnd d you rs dwn hereon, looki and pt the shrns ....""^"^Ln -h l w r^| a W touth A d n E
ients relaxation on their way home from work? Don't be afraid tax reduction bill and he voted h e0 Mit.













to Introduce yourselves, andh ask frankly w he t and the t i to override President 'Trlum b* t g rhan's oul .e comDuaMle terf -
aIeel! I guarantee you'll find it highly Instructive, interesting veto of that bill. The congress- prfoblm an th ev a tO r oI

long with the soiled khaki antee. repeal of the federal tax on auu ca t er rf
S here are a few things you should remember to find out margarine. He voted against the. -w-o.dt th ee an i d ll t the .n. .ui
hat, if you figure it out. it's not really that, anyway? And that extension of that plan. lr. w ; 4
the tradesmen know, if you don't that this a nt based on the His theory on the subject of
average high rate paid their own trade in the states, but on the monopolies, with which he willhe T rt "tat ac The n t
avy Yards' rate? Actually. carpenters, plumbers. etc.. etc. don't have a great deal too do as a fed-as .... __.c. ,,,3 t, i agCpB etlyt B^TSoj
make as much an hour. down here as they could get many places eral trade commissioner is per- and a y t
Wn the states? That the o-called "fringe benefits" have been hoaps best uh mmed up in rthis r ls
hittled down to only a ragged remnant of the admittedly good statement from a speech he "
tng of the past? made iH Congress: G F.,













ao a ohet e ruThe "free hospitalization" they talk abhut just Isnt so? "oese a
ntinued, good health on the Part of employes is much mores f r I Woa.. e o at
portant -down here. than in the states, where they can be more government bureucracy can- n
eadily replaced, and if they can't afford to call a doctor or t not long exist in a country Wy' a t
Sh un il lnesses become serious, it's the orgaoa- and ae tha country reman a o
tron that will suffer, really. As for the zooming cst of v fr at e n m ,
people with the most service are all scrambling for the few I monopolies in labor unions again, of the O.L' return f in terms ehe' drunk or
I tooMAb ious.1 Rent srr ohld yowhe oigbeodou ey gt ftti calW France t"t .e sf the bso thiy5 a' .' i a t withhis ....
ecent, lower-priced- quarters that are still remaining, and what eand to great government bu- owtsestfome anh--b u.ed itwb pme w" h 'er s2
does that leave for the new employes coming down but the high- fnie. hee for a a tis not a new it. ak"l* a the g .aI i
quar ?att Il ".,m do It aft ery war. We left ho01e, 2 rown a Uittle older touhs er a nd 1
With reference to the commissari Now Gwynne Is himself about worked it ove e after
about that. About three months ago, The Panama,' ,nerlcan b a member of aR ga oe*utha fIghters ap
printed a list of retail prices of groceries in CWashlnt D. C as ureaucracy set up to cont had It rou h prison It rougher. Rot
private business monopolies from There, s no doubt that there a'ain-ah- itti aro
compared with the Pan-Canal commissaries, on 46 poa Items getting too powerful, and there ing," and torture, and attem m unist In- t. or raet
Still have this list, and it might pay you to have It-unted up I considerable interest as t doctriatl to
or your information If you don't have a later one. On the 46ht sore aa "a a
ems. 37 were an average of 24% higher, seven were 16% lower sophy into commission votes. Tho 1.l doubt tut Sne IN Wd
and two were the same. On the as of this list, the cost of lp- Retiring Commissioner Spin- thrleay way and Ni in W ld n In thw ipe rr' R J~a
Ifor groceries alone on ,he Zioe Is approximately 19%u higher h e sn e Ab Pesiaps the Are .."h surge, Inda
gain n aminto overnment ser- O re1 tmmunt ilhe." ex
'nhats, vreserv#il And toonu want oemof :e .m-t- U PWEE
of the things we pay more for are o in bad shape pnrn's first job ws as that he may .
ftomnhandling and shInning. and xestricted in choice. That should attorney in the ala i t
be considered, too. TttrneytInwhe reasuwry De- awfully 4iulck. H S hod. Hl"e A,
While you are thinking these things over. remember this im- where .q worked wan- Cin tv aena I w.h e take soeil.
-pthe U.S. government to take care of over-population In the states; Corps for -Intellig battlefield. The nightmare ta A I Wei-
'these people down here are all employes placed here for one PuI'- Legion of Merit and Bronze Star If.lEN Ur 51w & hue b saai! ou tUh tVdlke
'pose. That is. to keen the Canal in operation and put the ships with valor ribbon, ever sw sta.= o
Through! And to do that. you've got to have a certain number. of He returned to 'the Treasury a lusty .uidr. ,-
.trained workers here, who are willing to Stay here and keep their H an assistant ge eral l 40 -r ter*...
families here. Giving Panamanlans all the credit, you can't just as an assistant general counsel '1100 n for a The dhadplshle and aore; fir-" ,
turn the whole thing over to them. either, for three years. Then he was telyc t a" used h imeas C spring p of abitd' tee
There is plenty of work, right now. in the United States. To as an assistant general counsel. _. a IL e i. o bad the bVMSIrma
attract enough really good workers down here, and keep them Lat. he became an administrat- An *ewe AW a an tmu p t
here. apart from their relatives and under conditions inferior on tive asasta~t to President Tru- bed'i to wars, he would be a comp vye
the most part to the way they would be living In the states, youte d e JIeM ,tb ea ris. deevng
have simply got to offer them some Inducement.
It's not ood enough to ay the heah conditions, etc., etc. a croc loaer, an un- e the
are practically as good as they are in the states. You've got tock ui birt !
you can save money for your old age, and be independent;re to work and'live p195 when he fccuse major ev e1. e was enJoLed to "und, lt'd eII do js In the Mdro .us fIs land 'e. t..m.
-sylou sokndwheidheeaentU.S. omj wompasien of eonduet- un fto e.. l"a Point was achleve,-,. a. o
WtIng a bitter propaganda CAM- POPe Ogled him as if he were a stra giev- j,". -ant 10-L rest,. z w d.DJ p -"
..ecurity with living costs being balanced with those in the paign In 67 foreign countries monster, cat up from the sea., The papers 'ran net impamt Is gllgble. There b not t Mnqe "".at
against the FTC report on the heading e asuch as "Ex-G.I. kilIed In Iqldup" or a captor can 4a mentallV to'& ea.tha
-states. we can't save any money, we can't afford to educate our existence of an alleged inter- ". -. does this" and "Ex-GI. dOsS that." be wosbhe out later bj a auffleignoy o"homel
children in the states. as before we can't have a vacation, national oil carteL He vas tted. pampered, and filled with whol- ola sheets, new
What remains? Certainly no Inducement to come here, or stay Thraog.o. y hUMm baee* on .gi
here. Ao u his career on FTC, ly fa01 fears. The skull-probers told him he bU and bee'. "_' _______-"__-
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her you are going to be late to
dinner and explain why-or to
neglect the telephone call and
try io explain to an annoyed wife
why you couldn't help being
late"
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time to declarer: and if they
make no such attempt, they run
into the .danger of saving the
wrong cards.
In this 4ase Wesatid.orded all
hia clubs, and East. discarded
some clubs and son spades.
South- correctly decided that
West had begun with fewer dia-
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tried for a diamond trick by
leading a low diamod from his
CwR hand. W.M perly played
lo, manti s queen forced
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spades, and South ruffed the
second round. South now led a
low diamond, forcing out West's
king. Thus d4elarer's jack of
diamonds furnished his tenth
trick.


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r'" rffed in his own hand. He then
proceeded to lead out six rounds
of trumps, discarding a diamond
and four clubs from the dummy.
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hands of this sort. If they at-
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. .w. q..u I n nation's air he 5ive mct by about b ou,00B by next week Saturday.
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u 1 w"hi en distieonal re pbe ugd a e ton for all veterans.
Sune 30, of were The convenafor tew thed down Walter euthter president of
S of iffectiv' oa move adav a general the CIO and the frat top of-
Ce,,ba' wings. -t p@so ver n to f o al of that union to address
g. -of effective nest bd It upheld a l 011 vote, a legion convention, Mid Amer-
0 p. 30 should be 11. the rejection by raebailita- lea must o as strong "on the
dsocialo and .cono.i front" as
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t o ere-U i s b rs- Reuther warned against t
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ad hs .FFie aatCeblackiof bt sejM ee/economic d.4preaalow. He said if
MstAm"th ish la Lpe J w, Oft._ depresalsion comes to America
ft- nly Aoind plnninoandnht- wn "the Commiep will take over
SConvent etatic, al tstyI CG 00 u1h hee ne b egh a 'ihnty bt -the rest of the world by default."
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS, RESORTS I7 F
Household Automobiles Ba Sl-vea l WILLIAMS', Santa Clara -wchC -1
,_-,Househ old_- --_W_ e a i tog _Large com f Om m. I
FOR SALE.Used furniture at all FOR SALE.--1947 Standard Coue 20 Aenin C. arear bcah. Balboa ,90 met It
kinds. argas. Via Espoao corner duty paid, reasonable. Tel. w3- H eekens. .
S via Argentina, of the gas station. 2735. DR. WEN" EHAKE. Mhicol!"CIinic.
FOR 5.t FOR SALE: 19I48 Pontac 2 Dr Telephone i-3479, Panama. t1ge. Electric cebox
Hydratc, $600.00. 138-L, Pe.-- moderate rate.
SL-Ch0est oamattress, nn- dro Miguel. Between 3 Ord 5:30. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA nboa, 4-56.,
$F1R0; 3 ves n oi dran el.d rami..$0.. __ ______P PANAMA-MEXICO one way $6 5 ...ino, n-"- _.- Ii
f5. 00; 3 venetian blinds FOR SALE: 95i Ford. E ceent round trip l35 (15 day limi r Pipe. Oceanside l t to
um dr8.00 pwece: metal des 10 condition. 5286 Morrison St. D .e- 165. one r;to L 0o Claro. ox C e 5 im e L
t00, 2l hnleum rugs $i 00 oc. ro -bl. C Z. _I ^N .ES one way. na a$159.25 round,. Panamn 3.1877, Crtlb -.73
dinngroom table, metal. $6 CO; 4 FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet con- trip $268 L4 I 90 day limitI. Pen- Houses on beach. Santa Al
chiro. $1.50 each. Misc, articles. ,ertible. looks and runs like new ama Diptch Service. 36 Avenida in COOL Campn .an.. I
1501-B, Akee St. Balboa. Phone 1.20000. can be f.nonced. 1940 Ncionoal Automobile Row). Tel. Phone SHRAPNEL, "Bab 1g
SBuick Coupe in very good condi-I Paiama 2-1655. or se ortake the1 ,
otson, rodi u and five good tires. -PECIAL-FLIGHT to Kingston. lev- Fosters Cotoges. One tl" pest
SA uftE:-West.nghouse refriger- $275 00. 2044-B. Curundu. Tel. Ing every two weeks $60 one way. Santo Clara. Please br yourI
p toq,9 Cu. ft. $65.00; twin metal 83-6161. after 4:00 p. m. 108 round Irp. D tch Inens. Phone Balbo 6.


each twin bed frames, meal, $2. coast new $3,500 29,000 m.l l ty hp ,|i be .kised II Seplem- FOR RENT Nice three bedroom, 1
vent san blnds s $10.00 ech.; 103. -_108 November o .u 3 or Par intments m lnends quarters. Avilboa Sept21 .
tch dinette sets, ixwood.chairs and OR SALE:-1942 ChP ,olnti pack- only. Mrvice Ull Hor Prop. 16 Phone 3-5123 -
bila lkfe tables 50.00; tool- u der Catain a.ood condition. 867c Morgan "omobiler fa T 2-165 -R Ti
rk bench. $10.00;Avenuelbo. new bOR ALE teryR RENT:New urinated .-'d-

b^S-Mern. $10.00; elecrc o- Avenue, room chalet with rw complete
tar. $10.0. Telephone Balboa FOR SALE:-Studebaker Champ..n MigeilaneOUw furn.sh.ng and houeh ld equip-l
3433. House 0855-B, Oleander 1950, overdrive, seat covers, ic- ment m 50th Street, Pahma City.
SPle. Balboa. dio. air cool, heater. from seo1. FOR SALE Carrier" air condition- Rental 5260.00 per mo qth. Re-
.'RSALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse' motto overhauled, just painted irc- ng un.. :... used Perfect candi- sponsble party, please call 3-4575
pSALE:-25 cycle Westinanhoue talc green, excellent condition lion. Tel. 2-0870, Civa S. A for oppo.ntment.
Srfri rmto, porcelain in and out. Con be financed Call Pedro Migul Panama. ppNT -n
.Reasonble. Call EBlboe 1580. 4-674. 8 to 12. FOR RENT:-In residential sector,
.SALE-Autonmatic Beidx wash- 1 FCR SALE:-6 wood venetian blinds bedroom chalet, 2 bathrooms, liv-

FO Rs $; horc c I A- 2-4396. 4.g7 p. m._..
''g Aec ne after 5 p. m. 46ta FOR SALE-cn 952 -orra car. can dn .1o ... mold's
tabFOR S nd table--mboo sofa$40 00. D coktl SALE: 1931Model AnconFord. FOR SALE: Lionel electric train furnish91
chnd tairsble $40.00. Phone piFOR SALEck-up, 1931 Model A Ford 25-cycle transformer, mounted a from 7: p. mn.
"I -t chair-4 *.0.00 Pho e e lsck-u ndtrr londtso pnr 6 table, electric jig saw, picnic table and 3-13l pm. 7 .
-11 '37 (9-4 p. m.I wheels and tirds. Iots o spore with benches. 1536-A Mango St. FOR RENT a Lh;
fun, SALE:-All porcelain refrigr- ports. F. G. Gute c o Casino Santa Balboa. Phone 3727. s.dencF In Tjr.
otor (Frigidairel like new. $250 Clara. R SBalboa. Phone 372 7. nths. Three bedrooms two
One imitation bamboo livingroort FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman Mnx F SALE o to 20rbl hdcout months. Three bvingroom, twdnnroom
set 6 pcs. $125. 8 tubes Zenith convertible. Only 2.000 m.les. n all Cop Marble headstone, bathrooms, ervingro,s diningroo,ter$27
radio 25 and 60 cycle with table. white walls. Call Albrook 86-3197 only this maoth. and speciarozl gr 00porch and servants. quarter. $275.
$40.00; Poich furniture, table and inquire at Quarters 146-A, Al- for Mt HOe and Corozol. 00 a month. Tel. 3-0779, 7:30
140.0$; $MARMOLERIA MORENO to9:30 a..m. and.1.2 --ostsoJFil
t4 chairs $25; Lamp $4.00. Mission brook. "SPanama -Phone 2-2656 M. .. r,.
Xmas tree fence and ornaments FOR SALE.-Studebaker '47, vei FOR SALE:-'41 Buck. good trans.
$5.00, 4 porch blinds $12. Lattice ood condition. Good tires Over- p..FORSo B Westinghouse retrier I
f'~ k illU, ft. new Pa ncon at co t aoul, new battery. Very moderate p ontotion. Vestinghouse refriqer- ..
W or wi. bnew Panc aon c- a Fr r ator, porcelain. 25 cycle Baby
-t s 2000. Apply 0310 l No. 30. Apt. 3. come before IL crib opd mattress, boys b.ke leay- -pusWh 5U*
Heights. Ancon. iock on Saturday and Sunday .. all 4-646 befo- |$uINTION G. .lt modem i
i -- ncon. '!I. apartmen.rts *.w:.. .bedraem,.
I*SR SALE:-2 Hollhwood tpe beds, FOR SALE' -. 25 C e equipment hot and c-ld water. Telephone
S,2 cot beas. dnngroom.chao.s. steel FOR SALE- 1940 Bu;ck 2 d2or All porcelaw ,efriget or wTth on Panoma 3-4941.
S. dsk, kitchen table and chairs, new point. good condition, 0429-K. year old unt, One HP motor nd ALHAMIA ARARTMENT
high chair, kitchen cabinet. buf- Anrn. Phone 2-3656. I H P. motors suitable for power Modem 2. 4 and roon, t hed
fet long tables for basement. 867 FOR SALE-OIdislibbile 1948 Hydra- tools: smell portable electric dishr 'Or unfurnished. C
Morgn Avenue, Balboa. matic straight 8. Good condition washer: 2 electric clocks. 867 Office 806 a, i.
SALE:-Ut e,, liviuep CIt, with extras. $725.00. Phone Morgan Avenue, Balboa Tele hQ .
se and maheey bed ee. set 6-196. FOR 6E-NTe:l@ --'%4 ..
e7ieS esheep. Phone Penema 2 FOR SALE:- 1950 Mercury 4-Door FOR SALE.-' u17k-Special $360.00. with t frigerstaq, wV, f bae .,
0027 er 3-0763. Sport De Luxe. All extras. 1950 1940. Bamboo coffee tables. $20..- laundry instalisfl hot
Studebaker, excellent condition, 16, 00 each. 8202-D, 6th St. Mar. every ere, double services, r-
FOR SALE -2 dinimn sets in very 000 miles. Phone Curundu 5245 garito. age, terraet rdn"frt-ii f rtiht
good condition. For information after 4:00 p. m. FOR SALE: L- Chickens. 37, five lotionn. balcoq"1- ip- thi .epr,t .W
-cil Panama 3-2410 months old, and 58. eight months bath overliohng tlh-ta. RI
FOR SE: Mahogany livingtoom FOR SALE' 1948 Dodge old New Hampshire, chicken lay. 'ret tf respoo y-
set, end tables. lamps, coffee table, sedan Go ti ers, special price Call Pedro Mi. Ecu dor, 30. ..E. 1r. .
double bed, dishes etc. Albrook Hou il" u C guel 4-674 8 to 12 Ecu r. 3..
6200. Qtrs. 317A. E. 3rd. y-ht a. FOR SALE: Lionel electric trains FOR REsNT:-Moderr a rment i
FOR4 tronsformers. attachmenil. Phone choice residentiel.--.ee. T w bed.
FOR SALE: High chair $250 FOR SALE:-lill take first highest Balbo. 3339, house 1525-A. G. rooms~ private f l t.w .
Tricycle $7.50. Studio Piano, $200. pree 192 Plyemek. Cell 3-4814. Ilan Road scree cool.
00. Telephone Balboa 3443. Mr. Kedel, t'00 8:00. -- call Panama 3-
FOR SALE:-9 ft. Kelvinator Refrig- FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 1950 4 door FOR RENT:-2 bper;;t -h
orator, very good condition: to sedan, duty pa-d. will consider FOR SALE watr- .*
highest bidder. No. 134, 12th reasonabe cash offer. 3-1697 of- Bello VFOt. A otoqr "s P.
St., $on Froncico de la Coleta. fice hours. Roaw & Motors FOR RENT F.mha tJ
FOR E:-Small table, wall table. FOR .AL-Socriflng 34 oo cruiser,
watho, hamper, waste basket, foot cruiser location. No. 13 4'd St.
watteihose, hamper, waste basket, W 104 H P. Continental marine en-
disposal cn; baby scale, WANTED ne complete with all necessary FOR :-F d pa
rupe25ce train transformer. in t th al necessary
Irre trainan transo e aeeuipment, excellent condition to one or two 'couples. No. 27,
lran board, and sleeve ironing Isellanouthroughout will consider reason- 48th Street. TeL 3-3806.
bEmbassy Sfrelary desires furnshed able offer Abernathy 4 to 9 p FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
crhaleatany bedroom cale. Tel. 3-0388, Panama. m. 3-0264.FOR_ 2 bErms. Pejil, Df .
WOR:S :-Magr "-bedroom a Wot0 q -rr, FOR SALE" -12 foot sailboat. P850 No. I-I. Telo 3-2 ,,
Radi graph. s.-tanding model'd. 4 months, by mature Army Officer, clai1. Excellent condition. Coil FOR RENT:-l-n Hl Vi'
Phon 28 or 6154. Curundu. wfeand daughter, age 6. Tel. 84- Iaa 677
3419. Ft. Kobbe. Friday or Saturday. Tr nisdlay i.BegintingA '
WANTED-Bamboo sectional couch FOR SALE.-Twn disc marine. Re. dining, 2
FOR SALE or settee. Call Cristobal 3-1795. duction eoar rolio 1 V1 to 1 for kitchen a
General MoIor or Grov Marine. Dr room and
Real E tat Canal inds Morales. Tel 2.2252. tio P ,
FOR SALE: Furnished house n
Santa Clara, cheap. owner leaving. Hel Wanted FOR RE -2
Call -949. ftros. Drivers To Stopnted
W SALE:-Chalet, Los Cumbres. WANTED:-Domestic servants with 5 to .
Firt Street first house. 3 bed Sc l knowledge of children's core to
rmsi, 2 bathrooms. 2 porches. or Choo lBuses travel to United States ith Pon- FOR
id's ream. Call Prodo, telephone amanian family. Must have good 2:
2-0880 Panaapresence and enpov perfect health
2-00 Panama With several thousands Chil- Apply in Derson wth references at
NOW OR NEVER:-Four apartment Gren travelig to and from Ave-ida Peru No 27. IMPA. 5. A.
house, cement and wood. Calle RI- school by bus again, drivers in
cardo Mir6 61, V.ista Hermase. the CIanal Zone were reminded A
rents, $1. .00 monthly. $2,500. A gain by Lhe Zone Police that SAoraociet
00 cash and $75 00 monthly. they must. top their cars when
House poi itself. Total $12.500.- meet ing o overtaking acoo Meets TonM lt
00. PATTERSON, 2-2846. I b wi* nn topped to loadoMe t
FOR SALE-Gorgono Beach Frontage or discharge passengers. At St. Mary's *
,3.750 meters. large house, good The tra c regulation permits
.pump. -ght plnt Phon 2- drivers to pass a school uus The members of the N tur.
.o5. 4- 5 loading or unloading after bav- ,al A4oratt1eolviay of St. Ma-
i l) ; 1W@ SALE .-Lot in Rio Abajo, for so Wfth caution ar.d st a speed teon before the Blessed Satrat
$.. ,.50, $1.00, $1.50 meters. Only Of ten mIJl.' an hour or A1l meant from 10 p.m. tonight uns
, $1-00 6own payment. 4 yrs. to school busses are required to be Lil 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. wlth
.... PATTERSON 2-2346. plainly marked bvy a e ln read- Each member is assined a def-
OR 'SALE:-Lots 415, 416, 417,. School Buss" in letters at nite hour during this period of
.418 (not sold separately) in La jeast eighb incne:, high which time. a
i4mbree.es. Highway. 2.256 me. an be removed when not being
rs. phne Itlbe 3339. House Used for ihe transportation of The Chaplain of the 8, lejte
1525-A. Ge.lan Road. uhool chl Jren. will expose the ])lesIed 8tu o- "*a
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farm where Ie disappeared
day morning during a I
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Former track champ Royal A!ligator will again
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afternoonn in the featured one mik .$750u Class B Here on Higt-
-gallop at the Juan Franco National Race Track. oael s t un ove
FOREST HILLS., New York, quercy of annsm -.
01,posina the Alligator in this brel Alfaro slated to ride him. Sept 4 iUP, Tournament fa- Hayes of Ohio'StateI is i'
.Icil-atched race will be the also should benefit from his rid- vorie Vic Seixas has led the way enable apot.
.-.trong inishino Anglia, mud- er Anglia. with youthfull Fortu-, into the quarter-.tinals of the Folks expect the
"vine-, C'oq Au Vin. speeciv nato Hidalgo. Jr ready to do National Tennis Champlonshlps. win the. Big Ten ti
.omniand the highly rated the booting and C'oq Au Vin State notwiLhstan '
a .oer anc stout-hearted Posti- .Ruben Vasquez, will not be Selxas-the Wimbledon chm-collide Nov. 7.
niticth_ lacking because of jockeyship pion from Philadelphia-overran Itftures too. The
I tak conditions are suit- .-itir. v t e r a n BUly Talbert of New d wit a ro..
able this lace is sure to devel- Y or. 6-." -.'.iatF.. .r lne and a hsgh-
op inth a real hum di anger wi.hi The secondary attraction could, Hills. New York It was 6 Talbe W in a and a rhlghM-
at least' tree of the starter urn out to be even more thr-; worsmbeating ine he arted Jacqby Is a reso
bAtling it out head-and-head ingl than the feature. In this big-time t-.ennis 15 yearsago. Is
down the homestretch for vie- h acei vDe ar Jose Bravo,, Val- Sexas kept Talberto-balance sweeper. I
tohd..v Riv'er .F. Hidalgo and-all the way with top-spin and have possibly the f
Eorery schedule tarterr in this Ci armine Prince Orlando Cas-' undercut forehands and sliced T-arterb unerac
S.ace has peen performing well tiilu rate about even on form. backhands oassir dinner Two er
"recently. except for last week Howe er New Look. Numbers OheU io Teach ws a
,)hen C'oq Au Vin and Tanger ana Scotch Chum must be reck- Othefinals ncludto reach the qurdarter- brlo In catsh. at i.ne
Wdiappbinted. Tomorrow, how- .oned with. too of Miamls Budge Patrnar of yLo7s dd in -ate hmI lfal
vecr these two last mentioned Beside. all this., the highly O Miami. Budge Pattfh hfm osin 1 tird Hear of b lm -
drses could well be leading the aied Chilean importation Ja- Angeles and Swedish cha- ion hi third year of big- .
Aeho at the lmh qulmazo i scheduled to make Mulloy beat southpaw Torben must pro
S..er.. E. Ortega' and Posti- is first local start in this race 'MUliOy beat southpaw T n mut provc is a.
novice H. Reyes, are slightly Jacuin.zo is one of severalIUlrich of Denmark. 3-6. 6-3. 7-5.iconsistentlJ.
novice H e ie the jockey sde- high-priced S outh American 6-2. Patty beat Mervyn Rose of Any faltering,
h* handicapped in te e -,IAustrla, 7-9 u6-4. 6-2. 6-3 State cri. a -
" artient The others are sure" .,oiouiibreds recently brougBht' r17n I

-Royal Alligator, with his Ia- lre Classic nor in the field forr five setwi f wt the ep t. -r
ePe jockey Bias Aguirre up Nine other interesting races rinThe or w -e -1, s-4" th the super po.
1s raae The score was 1-6, 3-6. 6-1, 6 a. r6-d,1r
hod be the most favored on cmnlete the eleven-race pro- 6-4. B Welle .
oekeyship Homeland, with Ga- a-itm an Sloiy Well. iat. eDzen and
S0 [1Ev8an onde atac. The puzzle
-- ., lls: Can a tuardt1avraging 172
"M fen lI.nl0Ck and well under Mi feet hold its
itte M'aUj. Jn. 1l own on defense raw that pla-
-" an. Franco Graded Entnes Boated 311-Pound i'ti liI n de osr e
"of seasons. ts a1 l per opho-
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Horse Jockey Wgt. COM1ENT ODDSM Marlin I10 Tourney ci. a 205- ui of Akron,
1st Race "G" Native 7 Fgs. Purse 5275.00 Pool (Closes 12:45 Hard-workld rIs gets all
First Race of the Double Due toa ty i lbIl er- publi-lty i half t ut the.
"-Regia O. Aguirre 108 -Blazing early speed 5-1 ror. our sto ..The lbt ibet blick n the tlea is wing-.
2-Little Luluti L. Aguirre 112 -Beter form now 5-1 4 American of wednesday about back Tony!Inlff. w i
S3-Opex F: Hidalgo 103x -Poor race last time 10-1 the Panama Minr Club Tour- Plr'due has a~.mtucular line,


Seixas Leads


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Quarter Finals


Hayes On viable Spot As Expel

Ohio State tver Michigan State hP
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4-D6 -Joaquin J. Phillips 104 -Returns from layoff
5-T7J Tilin V. Brown 112x-Returns from layoff 3
--Vo-1tr R. 6ue rra 107x -In excellent shape
6:--Jiar G;. Sanchez 115 -Will finish strongest
8--Fa Fru L. R. Jara 112 -Jockey may boot it
2nd Rice "I" Imported T7 Fgs. Purse 5373 Pool Closes
*I Second Race o f the Double


10-1
4-1
2-1
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inUnen tatm SIUS maj. tu'.
Whitloeck caught a 137I-pound
marlin during the tourney. The
correct welt of the General's
marlin was lM pounds.


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" 1-Eng~1sh Mary L. Aguirre 110 -Bil mutuels favorite EVEN whie
* 2--Paques H. Reyes 109x -Needs plenty mud 5-1 I whi
,,3-Jepperin F. Hidalgo 102\-Good race last time 4-1
. 5-Newbrighton R. Vasquez 115 -Dangerous contender 2-1
" 4-In Time J. Bravo 11.2 -Showing Improvement 8-1 i
, Srd Race "D" Native 7 Fgs. Parse $300.00 Pool Closes 1:45,
* ONE TWO
- 1-Yosikito 0. Castillo 115 -In best form 3-1
2~-Miranda R. Guerra 112x -Also racing well 5-1 I -R
3---Marll( B. Pulido' 118 -Could goe here : 3-1 4-1
r4_-R: ,.i B. Aguirre 112 -Retinns in form EVEN 3-R
5-Don Jaime G. Sanchez 12n -Preferi muddy going 4-1 4--
6-White Fleet A. Mena R. 105x -Jo:key handicaps 30-1 5--
4th Race 'Non-Winners' 41. F-%. Purse 5250.00 Pool Closes 2:20 6--H
QIINIELA 5
1-Pedestal A. VAsquez 110 -Rates fair cffance 5-1 I
2-Piel Canela R. VAsnuez 114 -Seems best here EVEN 1i-P|
3-Wahoo A. Enrique 108 -Lon"shot with chance 15-I I--
4-Bondadosa G. Sinchea 107 -Could spring surprise. -5-1
5-Guayabita B. Pulido 10'1 -Murh improved 3-1
8--T a Mnna J. Baeza 106 --Nothine to Indicate 15-1
7-Baby Baba M r,,errero110 -Has shown nothing 15-
8-La Chula A Mena R 100x --Improving slowly 15-1

lith Race "B" Native 6'. Fgs. Purse 359.0 .Pool. Closes 2:55
I -Co'den Fan A ViQcuez 110 Dis,?irce #ems'short 10-1
--Pedrnn Ota V Oril 118 -ic" in storm 2-1
"3-VPip'-a B Pulido 114 -Hard to beat 2-1
4. -~_-olden Pick F Hidaleo 100\x-Could spiing surprise 5-1 r
5--Sixaola V Rodriguez 106c -Needs more distance 20-1 I
.-6---Biscaya R. Vasquez 110 -Was never better 3-2


'6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race o f the Double
1*-Veranda O Castillo 108 -In-and-outer 10-1
2-Our Fancy F Rose 110 -Unknown quantity 50-1
3--Sweet Windsor B Pulido 112 -HPS good workouts 15-1
4-Astoria J Cadogan 105 -Will be close up 10-1
S-Ca.,a Buena B Agulrre 110 -Vastly improved 3-2
A,-- Plntoa R Guerra 109x -Readv for killing 10-1
'7-Alabarda J Samaniego 115 -Daneerous contender 4-1
a_-Tilama G Sanchez 110 -Must improve more 10-1
9--Royal Claim V. Castlllo 115 -The one to beat 2-1


U:h Race "G" Imported 6'. Fgs. Perse .9450.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Bedlam A Mena 108 -In-and-outer 2-1
2-Corista B. Pulido 120 -Dangerous if breaks 10-1
13--Cipavo J Baeza 108 -Has good chance 51
*4-Van Darling A. Vasoues 112 -Could win at price 5-1
S-Florera F Hidalgo 107x -Tough field this time 10-I
S6--Portooelo Lasso 112x -Has shown nothing 20-1
7-Delhia O. Castllo 112 -Needs more distance 10-1
3 8--Galante II J Phillins 106 -Has good workouts 8-1
9-Salustio V Castillo 115 -Improving steadily 2-1
8th Race "l" Native 7 FPgs. Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 4.40
QUINIELA
1-Wild Wire J Baeza 112 -Rates outside chance 10-1
4--Chucmaoue B Pulido 118 -Better this lime 5-2
I-La Cnata 0 Castillo 118 -Coming to life 5-2
4-Nehiiinco G Sanchez 116 -Getting closer 3-1
'1--Goyo M Guerrero 106 -Will force pace 10-1
.*6-Bartolo F Rose 110 -Poor recent race' 15-1
'7-Dalida P J Phillips 112 -Rates top chance 3-1
13th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse 600.00 Pool Closes 5:15
SONE TWO
* 1-Jaqulmao R Vasquez 115 -Classvy debutant' 2-1
i2-"Scotch"Chu B Pulido 118 -Lonrshot specialist 20-1
,3-Charming Prince O Cast. 115 -Was never better 4-1
*4-My Dear J Bravo 115 -Jockey %ill help 3-1
5--Valley River F. Hidalgo 103x -Improved form 3-1
7--New Look L. R Jara 118 -Most early foot 10-1
4 6-Numbers J. Gongora 103x -Needs better rider 5-1
;1lth Rare "B" Imported 1 Mile Purse 5730.00 Pool Closes 5.4#
:l- H meland O Alfaro 118 -Super mud runner 5-1
.2-Tanger E. Ortega 107x -Last not true race 8-1
'3-Royal Alligator B. Aguirre 115 -MutueLs favorite 3-2
':4--Petlinovich H. Reyes 109x-Could pull surprise 4-1
.'6-C4 A Vin R. Vasquez 118 -Usually close up 24
: 5--Anga F. Hidalgo 109 -"Shady" race last 5-I
UIth Race "E" Imported 7 Fg. Purse S55U4 Pool Clomses /
1--fCoraggo' 3J. Bravo 120 -Hard to beat I
tPanehoFalcato. B. Ag. 115 -Probably -two 1
Newbridge R Vaqus 110 -In better t 104-' '
The Daubre V Ortega 115 -Entry's conltendfer 4-1
SWel5 Fox F. HIda lo 110 -Rates alim chance g
T Oetm 0..Ca lo 108 -Outilde chance 5-1
Light J. Phillips 116 -Longshot possibtlty 14


FALLS CYy, af. (UP) -
When Dick Kng ouldnt land
a big flai he booked, he Jump-
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"rode" it to shore. The fish, a
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Samuelb at quarterback and
fullback Mx SchmnalUng must
learn how to play defeA..
Minnesota ha m cen
Paul Ofel, an All-A4eri half-
baTk. but a knee perUor ohtl
wlngback "b McNMsrI could
link thel OfthM W Wn0 al-
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Hahiska. who guld= Mthe P dp-
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One way or another, Sunday
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up as a real treat. It should be a
thriller an on -s o it lands
S Pafle die ham are asoe Ia-
t formed that the Coleo Sunda
[ght trai will be heM auntl
II:M, recordingg to the pro-
Yesterday afternoon. Gonzales
Sve another convincing per-
f ance in le workout at the
Fort Davis Corky is slated
,to complete hstraining this at-
ernoon at the Colon Arena. To-
Cmorrow..he will do- light, calc-
Sthenics, then rest up until fight
Utmo S.a.,.ght.
The excellent program on tap
for Sunday night also includes-a
ten-round semifinal between the
veteran Kid Allen and promising
'Horaco Otts, who has lost only
Sone at a weighll limit of
'The card will be completed by
Sa six-round 126-pound battle be-
tween Baby Austin and Al 8tew-
Sart and a four-rand 1n0-pound
-contest between Manny Abrams
and Young Gittenfs.
ShTickets are already on sale at
the Manhattan Bar In Front St.
....Colon. Reserved seats cost $5,
,.V ..: general ringside $4 and general
WORLD TtL ColtDE A Gonzales (lef) .nds a admission $1.50. Boxers and chil-
left to the body. of Gene 8mith of Washinton. D. G. -during dren will be admitted, for $1.
their lt in March which copped by a unAnimous
deelan. Smtkis now the tenth ranking featherweightAIn the A ir RePte
world. a'dbrdng to the latestCHI Cagaine" ratm Mon- c ( L- More thaP
ales aia reav favorite to whip ele Teals 100M at e1 a now use. teloev
the Colon .and radio program to report t
their citizens, according to t p
Wahly rated Corky Cionzales lau* months because he has AMArlss Municipal Assootl-
of D rnveor, Oorado Will shoot only Sfty, recovered corn- tIon
for an ~ kocankton against from a bad dental Infec-
Pedro T at A oln-Bundsylton Goe Smith and CharlieN o


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Seriqos About NeWeague
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Amateur tennis players are ; T 'the ld' days/ ways wood,
.akln me l adding about their "th o used to be two or
new J aegue ..... But a6 thite aweek. Now we nave
are serious bout it. p of0 splay1etrs a d not near-
The leure .was forned sev- u tournaments to ac-
eral womPo'andahe other them all. The more
day. Pru!e.Dt Bynma Wood an- better
nounced4 outlUne.o.t ppo be.
which th blayef hdOe will im "' .__
prove the game. The Idea lbey I "
hind the league is to Eget play. I


Seixas says the League is ready
to dlsciplle players guilty of
misconduct in or out 'of journey
we ,gure an bad actor
ought to be pae8 over by the
tournament .. committee whoa
Invitationo10 pla are handed
out," says Seixag "If any tour-l
nament wapta to Invite a badly
actor, I think the rest of ut'
ought 10 pul out.
Wood sosa one of'the League's
plmn is" 'to Ilarease tho.
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NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UP) kee left-hander, -W
Veteran Pi uto of the New and Eddie Loat --w/l i.
York Ya "s lpt late yester- trouble betS i r6';
day after llape.g in the dress- roklyn h as nurdae
to room ollwing Wednesday lefts the Natoal
nht'same at St. Louis. says the R *es maare .
SDr. J Probstein treated the ran Spahn ef.
Yankee player. Probstein says best lefty Into our leave
he gave Rlisuto shots to help never beat them."
him sleep. The physician says .Summin up. the out-s
several factors caused Rizzuto's Cincinnati piht .ay i
collapse e. Probstein says the Dodgers ent beat the YsMh-
shortstop suffered from a sore they ought, to si their
throat, a stomach disturbance, -... ...-__ __ -
nervous exhaustion and the 99- e .
degree heat.
Elsewhere In baseball, Cincina-
nati Manage Rogers Hornsby By UJ.
ays the Dod~ers should best the ----,
nkees in the World Series.
Hornsby. who saw plenty of President Lou Smanth of
the Yankeeq while managing the Las Vegas Jockey Clubs
BrownN early last. season. ealls new track wll open t"A
the 1953 club Brooklyn's best race meetig On hed t .
team. Smith says a .wd
"If they relax W nd don't tivht- Involving carpntes,
en ub." says Honrsby. "they plumbers andlorer
shouldn't have any trouble." threatened the track, hbags
Hornsby thinks the top Yan- settled.


FoOtball Officiels
Meeting Tonight
A meeting for football offI-
clss will be held tonight, at 7
p.m. at the ROTC building be-
hind the Rilboa Fire Station.
Movies of rules and nlater-
pretation will be sbo.hw dar-
tht, nw o I
diseissed.
Anyone Interested Ii foot-
ball offleating is invited to
attend.


Kansas Universwlty wr,
Santee leave for Torontote ,
to compete in track
against college, prep and
athletes on pt#mer th 'aM
seventh. Santee returned ye-
day from a two month todr at
Rurope in which he won 1I eta '
races.
Owner Earl Wagner says o
star pacer. "RH-Lo's Forbes"_i
try to set a world record for.i-

month or earl in October. l,.'
Forbes already holes the
mark for one. mile over' a
mile track.


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Of 173 Unexpected GI P(
SLO.V SArCK Mrs Sloan -'ANMUNJOM, Korea. Sept. 4 whom they say are being detain- hopeless odds aler t-"North to-
Suanor.. ex-;e of William .LTUP. The Communists releas- ed "forciy." rated from thae h whom all along the
Ola jver. forme- US AmiDs- ed their prize prisoner, Maj. Gen The deadline Indicated theI be had been flh -Dedald
sador t1 Memcc, ana ex-Mayor William F. Dean. today and Reds planned to end B g.Switchl A North. KOrX i t0' tried jeep ad< to*q
of Nrw Y rk arrives back in startled the United Nations by Sunday, expecting to reeve all to overpower himfkal t nfal- a ld t
ibe U S ama.-c the liner announcing they would free 275 their prisoners held by the U.N. ed. n 1361
America .Altouch she still Americans tomorrow. Radle Pelapin al- charged though I -i y ideat, ead.
consiaers herself married in I Dean. who was awarded the that Americsas ae re rt *g go wr estmlg' r L B"Tt
the e-pes o' "he Casholic Congressional Medal of Honor to violeeae agast Kerean- before I emM-l a-* rms re-
Church s.re ca, 5she no long- 'or his heroism in the battle of Chines Red Crafm repreemta- lead abhet I wre on with m wa
er warnL :r oD known a.- Mrs. Taejon which led to his capture ties checkir U.N. prismmer me. hMey wei.b~ rean but I tate
OiD _____ n July. 1950, appeared healthy of war COmpemd l. i sMirs or hmS guards. a gM
and in good spirits as he return- Peiping said Wang Chun-Pin.
ed to freedom. a Chinese Red Cross represents- "Th7ey wreo .my arms be- men-ltr.ilp,
J The former 24th Infantry Di- lIve. reported two instances of bhtd my baPk. ", me p and atruk a hid
Sision commander was not ex- "violence." put me l tho and e
b f eU Tlvl peeled to be released until Sat- He said the Red Cross delega- then into a bo out t size of a"_ ,
urday or Sunday but an hour ton was "pushed and shoved" this table." ,
Dd | *before the 31st phase of Opera- from one enclosure to another Se pointed to.a table about ertbiw
inri non Big Switch started the Reds and "driven away at high soeed" thrUee feet-.are* l Se Whe a
S L d they would release Dean. In an automobile when North Dean .hil wt ere wMl-
Dean. weartle the familiar Korean and Chinese prisoners len and to k i boots. a mDean" he,
M- pri-seer -me was s .cheered them. "that ht M Idea, so
eager to Ca l his freed m that I The Amerieans have denied lbey too i
h. e almost Jumped trem the mistreating the Communists. ime rub i whtM bot-
W eVnV d 44. 0t res that broughthim i nto At Tokyo. Abte Army seeded toms. I -oa Mld2,
PsumItasm. Fups Freedom Airlift. schedJal-, sWIi neI
However, a Communist officer ing two flights to the U n it e d could findoy w7 w. enough '
CHICAGO. Sept 4 UPi Mil- restrained him. explaining he States Friday. for me." 'Tr
lions begin a three-day Labor must po through the formality New gray-haired with wrila- Bere hIe was. ke iate D a m e 4
Day holiday this evening, and of a roll call. kles eo a tanned faee. Dean Cimmm tm aT.- -Mk. D fndlI
the National Safety Councl He smllinrlv posed for ohoto- told of his eapture o Aar. 235, -.he aspnt a I a 1W ab
tiated that 440 of them will rihers and later told of his ex- in#, of ha wandered he- tuey to bule ft .e fetd. ,
die inated that 440 of them will ntseriences during his 3 months gry thrwagh .e emtr .sIw. e eep awd tbpS.
e i traffic o accidents e of raptivity. without feed, tof endalsm ter- a fiery lane w~ i s
SCores of other persons were The Communist einounge- r og a tie a 2by Wortl9 K1rea0 mmI01 pa" 11s41eWa
expected to die in other mishaps ment that 275 Americans would guards. wSed, he
ranging from drownings to plane be repatriated tomorrow, the Starting fronl the beginning, took a wrong nteSd
crashes. most in a single day since the'Dean declArld lt bAttit aga li TY1asm he went toNamsan.X
The safety council's death orisoner exchange began. was al-
forecast was for the 78-hour pe- most as important a develop- -- .
riod from 6 p.m today to mid- ment as the release of Dean. r .S
night Monday. Labor Day. Only 3313 Americans had been A ...
A record number of 4(0.,00,000 scheduled by the Communists FoCap pi es w
autos were expected to take to'for repatriation. The release of a -. -'
the highways. 'ean and 94 other Americans -
As the holiday began, a wel-ltodav brought the total to 3211. A M *
come cool front broke the back, The 275 to be released Sat- ir ror
of a lengthy heat wave and as- ,urlay woult lift the total to Fa .
aured most areas of the country 4386. or 173 more Amerleans :..
moderate, pleasant holiday than oririnallv scheduled. -- '
weather. Previous returnees had told INCHON, Korea, Sept. 4 -1 0q. Jack I of=.
Many persons planned to get newsmen the Communists were (UP-Recently freed Air Force SSMew ca,
in their last licks with fly and .reoaring to release more men officers said ay their captors t s him Pit-
casting rods or at the nation's than had been expected, but forced them to draw maps of tura of Detroit i Wa iifb .he
beaches during the weekend. these reoorta had not been con- American cities but the prison- one ved there.
firmed lintil today. ers purposely made them fan- Other offl"e Agidn they werW
uled in several cities, including "ate whether the 275 were the acay Inaccurae. ttlete AngAiee.-
the steel and industrial Calumet last Americans tn be reoatriat- The officers said their Red
area sought of Chicago. d. Tt was possible they were The officers said their ed.
Additional attractions incl *- holAIln more for release uindav. captors compelled them 0make $ "
ed. ptaor leagiie baseball and. o,, of the men elened detailed drawings of winclpal T %
otbea sportan events Th"rn''aw qaidiheopmitlia 4Cities, ,presumably for Rumss=n-'
GT ewre--P-I k ~ were oh-^ 5 ".W. bos." Intelligence agents who observ-t ..i
DPOOOIE beware P- l k en whe e bt RonfeWset w g- ed prisoner interrogations. Sr .
1- hagterilorl,'.- I rf re. They said they considered the
udge Alrman Th said theP W. bovs" were map-making a waste of time,ol F urlon
udge Altman taken 'o nearby Kaesonc, In an because Svlet agpnU could ob- Fo W
Back On Bench ,-',r*""ed roun and held seDq- tain intricately detaied maps ot
to-, from nrl-oners who re- of the cities in question in A o=o of doctors from, the .
M. asl'*'d Comminist nrecsure atlases or in maps told on new- coonpstlve 7Iealth Serviclo .
Ch is Garcia, who was acting Petnin, rqdio. voloe of Cnm- stands. (SC plan to leave Monda
I ea Magistrate for the past munist Chinn Indicated ihat The officers said the .maps for arlen to prepare plans fr
tuo weeks leaves the bench to- Ameriroan still were bein, held they drew were featured am- the vaccination of the peoplo,.o
day to return to his regular job as hostages for Imprisoned' Red munition dumps" in the middle this p ae with B0, as a r ]
a, Employee Counselor in the leaders of the Koje Island riots of an ocean and airfieldss on a wih t oObe,,aosl "o prO of*4
Personnel D division. leat year. busy streets.bei.g arried out he "
wl Te broadcast eald the Corn- FOrt .UF a or W
Oarcia had been replacing '"stci are givin u the United -pier -ofg 6 Ministdry oft ,." I
Judge Edward M. Altman who Npions until Sundav to return R cDnAcul nd ^ t t of
was on local leave. 401 North Koreans and Chinese doct' J p S
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Reconstruction of Quarry Road ucat; .. as lph
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Tuesday morning by Mainton- Ing .
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This street is one of the oldest i
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