The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01719
 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.
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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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01719
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Ioard a plane at Rabat, Morocco, to
Corsica where he is in exile. The
ilomatic aMviser recommended that
or. be pera d- to enjoy in banish-
due his iMooroh rank.

Roberto Arias

Sees Equitable

Revision Ahead

18 (UP) Dr. Roberto Arias,
Panamaniandelegate to theU.
today jpredi-ted that the
ited tate and Panama
Would *each an "equitable"
tovilson of the Pampta-U. S.
teaty of 1903.
He mjde the statement In
coection with a request for a
en on John P er Dl-
le' to revise the U. N.
Aras id:
Panama welcomes Mr. Dul-
le.s weord regarding revision of
the U N. charter and has no
doubt that thn eighth Assembly
will provide that a review con-
fereulce be leid promptly. There
is no question that many of tilhe
smaller nations adopted the
charter with a reluctance and
concern that could only be
overcome by aasumances that
there couid be an opportunity
to review the charter in the
light of experience.
"Mr. Dulle position that
after eight years the charter
should be amended is based not
only on reality but also gen-
erally accepted principles of in-
te national w and equity.
"In thI-0 Connectlon I am
happ to cI attention to the
*fact mid thenHit-.

Experts Appear


By Latest Blasts

WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 (UP) U.S. atomic ex.
perts appeared to be unimpressed today by the "new
kinds" of A-bombs which were shot off in Russia's recent
test series.
While the tests plainly indicated that Russia is devell
hoping a variety of atomic weapons, perhaps including
some of the "tactical" types, authorities here betrayed
no alarm or excitement about the Soviet achievements.
American scientists can tell a good deo about the
nature of the Russian atomic tests from samples taken
out of the atmosphere by secret detection instruments.
When the .Soviet aass news Pons" so long as resnnsdle
agency announced last night circles in the United States r
that several new types of A- ject Russian demands for b$al
bombs had been successfully ning them.
tested in Russia during the past It added that Russia considers
few weeks, the Atomic EDer Its mot Important task "to- i
Commission called attentn to chmeve the lisation of atoiml
a statement it issued Aug. 31. energy to serve the cau.-0
peaceful progress."
That statement said that Rus- The Russian government wtlo
sla had set off an atomic ex- continue "trying to reach ape.
plosion on Aug. 23, that it was uo
"to the same range of esnety the b
a weapons tetAd tdmte. the. a o^
aanh ts year in Nevada, od tYMat of w o s

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auriee Burton tJ lS lb-I ns about
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+ \"P&IIIMM and the United fom tO greater interest."
S A F I y tonnSoa~ Ste aennowreanatr
A F e e nofw ready to give Informedsources salo it was
Sthe community of nations a fair to assume since there has
noble constructive example of been no further U.S. announce-
the keen observation of many equitable revision.' ment .that none of, the Soviet
natul r Burton drew tests were regarded as parti-
these : a es e I cularly significant.
SIX -he fiddler crab + f
has it. female fiddler crab The Tass announcement was
ill set all the boys ui verin made nearly one month after
with eri tement. AnOher w r M h0 Rathe Russian government dis-
leave them cold. closed it had exploded "one of a
ed Lever-Gla idl cht variety of hydrogen bombs."
.s. Lomver- wIalidic hth n w All Boviet newspapers gave
a flah, who mates while passing prominent display to the Tass
the IaleAt full speed t dispatch confirmtnx the series
o Re, a fle pK wer still of tests of "several new types
Che fft Wf KmpoaofnIyn whichle:e fftobe tfl or a run be- of atom bombs." The bombs
e w askcocoon ih be ag rub- were neither the hydrogen nor
he may, or may not enclose a Inraft ln tie Oaribbean a- cobalt tpe.
all fly. This he presents to bout 60 miles north of Colon. coalt type.
Sfemale. While she is busy The man was lighted two Diplomatic observers In Mos-
WrappinKhit ahe suffers a fate dap ago by three rOewmembers cow believed last night's an-
worse San death especially of the Grace Line ship Santa nouncement, together with the
when he Acovers- as often Maria. However, they did not Aug. 20 sta t on the E-
happens. hat there itn's any notify the capital until the next bomb, meant the Soviet delega-
prSent 1Are at all. morning. HP immediately sent a tino was likely to submit a new
S message tt the Rescue Coordi- proposal for outlawing atomic
ColMest o1M Levers The nation Center which dispatched weapons at the current session
heale mantis who eats search planes, of the United Nations general
5ee b"a they are mating. TWO S A168 searched the area assembly in New York.
The mal who does hot all morning yesterday with
eat st allls his mate is in- ne tive results. Tase said the Soviet Union "is
d in eggs. Then be he same planes were intensi- compelled to pay attention to
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let ambassat r to
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WBu &as Wg GOING? Paul Able, his brother John and
ery ~drshel, flying to scuador Monday on an aerial photo-
g shmalon, look over a map of their route. Why they have
M Albrook's w0ll-farnished building to crouch out on the
concrete sA something oly a yogi could explain,
Sor maybe a colone
aeeptu4 Abele will be two of operataU More reent
Ag-*' ^ roe Bw sae lal d$tUciAM* d itilinf dur#* %WW

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asuperi ty over Russia In
atomic bombs' but not In "fight.
Ing planes."
Russell and Sen. Styles Brides
(R-N.H.), two of the most In-
fluential men In Congress called
on the administration to em-
phasize procurement' of aircr f,
o deliver A-bombs and H-bombe
against the Soviet Union In ease
of war.
Bridges also told a reporter
the United States should meet
the threat of Russia's hydrogen
bomb by diverting funds, frdm
"land armies" to civil defense.
He is president pro tempore of
the Senate and chairman of the
powerful appropriations ep1mita.
Russell, ranking Democrat on
the Senate Armed Services Com-
mittee, said this country is "bet-
ter off" in atomic weapons than
in military planes.
He emphasized he did not
mean the United States has
more atomic weapons than
planes, but merely that the a-
tomic program is in better
He said the need for modem
aircraft now is greater than the
need for more atomic weaspeO
Some Democrats bitterly op-
posed the administration's pro-
gram to cut back the Interim Air
Force goal of 143 wings in 196
to 120 wings
Recently, the Air Force ean-
celed contracts for 1,000 planes
It said it didh not ed and for
3,000 to 6,000 Jet esagnes at a
saving of upward of 500 million
Bridges, noting Rusia's pos-
session of the H-bomb, said: "If
you decide to fight for survival,
you may want more emphasis
on civil defense, radar, Intercep-
tors and ability to deliver our
own H-bomb, rather than tot
much emphasis on land armies.
He said increases in civil de-
fense outlays should be ofifet of
cuts in other preparednes exO*
penditures so 'the overall finaan
clal picture" would not be
The administration still could
strive for a balanced budget aind
tax relief, he said.
Curundu Man Gets
$25 Fine, 1 Day
For Loitering
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The Mail Box is on open forum for readers o The Panama Amer
lean. Letters are received etasfully and are handled in a wholly conti
dentic. manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient It It doesn't appear th
ext Iday. Leters are published in the order received.
Please 'ry to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinion
exrVicsed in letters from resears
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A few days ago the Ft. Kobbe Elementary School was opened
4in addition to the Canal Zone Schools. The Army, at that time
.,Jought a great deal of equipment, such as teachers' desks, pupils
desks, library tables and chairs.
There were not enough pupils in this building to use all the
furniture, so it was sent to other elementary buildings.
This year, the enrollment at Ft. Kobbe has increased and old
worn furniture has been sent to replace the nice new furniture
which the Army bought for this particular building.
We residents of the area earnestly request that the Division
of Schools remove all *he old furniture and return to the Kobbe
Ec':ool the furniture which belongs there. Until this is done. we
S hall continue to feel that the Army children who attend this
building have been discriminated against unjustly.
-What next?
SIhis is an open letter to the GAO -
o, the three Panama Line Ships lost money last year. How
s:d. I wonder how much it cost to run Navy transports from the
States to here via Puerto Rico.
I bet that it cost many thousands of dollars more than it cost
to r n, the Panama Line shics.
Ard you can't tell me that it is more important to haul Army,
Nai, and Puerto Ricrns And their families, than it is to haul Ca-
ndl employes. Bezide, for every employee that travels on the Pan-
; ama Line shirs, the Govt. collects at least $120.
Think it over. the Panama Line ships may be as important as
trarcports in the long run.
I believe their war record will stand up with any Govt. run
ship, and besides they do take in some revenue.
So let's not be too hasty. There are more important things
than dollars in life. although a Republican probably wouldn't be
able to understand that.
Weary Willie




']is insurance agency at ,
.A1 timed gladly extends
professional advice on
fire or casualty insurance /
problems. There is no
obligation. . nor Will
you be subjected to any
high-pressure selling. We seek merely to demonstrate our
friendly service in the hope that when you need further
coverage you will remember us favorably. Please feel
free to consult us at all times.

Parqu- I e-sps
Nom. 3
Panama, R. P.


C E N.T RA L- Another Technicolor Release!
and Her Group of Movie Stars

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It's a "CHIESTERFIELD" presentation!

T.I V 0 L I Bank Day! $100:00 Cash and Free!
At 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. ALSO:
Johnny Shefield, in "BOMBA JUNGLE GIRL"
Plus: -
Gilbrt Roland, in "Raiders of California Trail"

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bor people without influencing snorkel-gequip}ed -_ -w.- . '
the Democratie labor chiefs The U. 8. vv says O R Wae
like George Meany one bit. by the preaset strength a
Furthermore, the Adamr crowd but it is watching its deo-
was simply catanultin' the ad-teve. .W .
ministration into a Pi ht withINAVY HAMBURGERS I
the utinlors by vermittin, the Lp- The Navy aUsKumes IDt
bor Dept to be a Derrn-ratlC American hammburger am
oasis in a Ren,,11'an adminia-lin the latest -MrSM':'" M Q ,W
tratirn. Ex-Secretary Durkin newsletter, I.e ""
didn't touch the department of "Ham aPn a"
course-and that division is still after salilob I l
run by men sent in or hired di- many, who Ila
rectly bv Harry Hopkins and pod beef
Madame Francis Perkins. now served
They and Durkin were pulling burgersI
the government In one direction sumed r b
on the labor front and other In taw
Cabinet members were trying to recipe W
get it rolling the Other way. The brea&4
explosion came because both and
sides were talking and making
definite pledges for Ike Timel n. ........
1now he talked for himself, IIIM PV ,V ,
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By Victor Riesel 0 -
Drew Pearson says: Ike -opplaoIvdb be4l0
the President of the United in ot of r sankipti a e; a ma, aou a& "t
States is, In effect, being called oO. side;
a liar and doublecrosser Dy men to jockey Adlai to one. side; TI ~seidlm lild
of great influence-the AFL's ,hed take off goes and fight.- ....
most prominent leaders.
This has been brought down WA 8IN TON -. hen John M Deeje w
- on him by a handful of his own summed to Denver at week, manyr..opIiie._In hiu t
- advisers. So badly have they reta pf State hm guled he was In for i.IPi
briefed him that, were they mill- for his o f-e-cuff remark 'about U.S. Sua.
Stary aides, they probably would Chanoel r Adenauer whih caused inch a turor among
be courtmartialed S ocialvt vost
For they have, among other 'whon Dulles got to Denver, hiler s.&fteeble
things failed to impress on him The Pesidetit, busy with gol, flai d
the fact that American labor Dl -l O e-lhadn'th 0rd m .uchJ .r ** ,
leaders are such a fore in this u h Dulla statement. go whel .
nation that they must be dealt PlaVn thtla4*eat, lsenhower mad., ..
with personally and regularly by r aa won, diMa'tlhe, he said otbf, AM 4 .A -
the President just as he deals. a*Jr'nge to mak e p at the oer e l poh^ e1 t
the President just as he deals worrying about? If yotir support was a pllnt. Mk y
with the military high command arrange to make i similar mistake Jus baforeQ's10 9 0d:
and the State Dept. when we are gotlg to need all the hplp we oas et.
He can be tough and reject The tWo. men then settled down lor a wo-ho dieus
d their demands. Or he can give of world qB n. and Dulles came awa with the fR .
theirdmas Or h es bcan give the bycaesener had given him @arte ba .O uak out the 1 ris
Them what they want. But it h ea u tu had givenohim cartet-all
'must be on some definite basis' .stt oreO he left Denvero.. dt .
and the President must know r theSmetary of State Dener heh d .notdrvinie I.l
e it as detailedly as he would a' re, te ecrearyof Ste aid he had no evdene the
battle map. I u i. ommuniss were oldlng back oaeers. Natilr.lly
SFranklin Roosevelt and Harry nedately pickedup by the s d when .
e Truman knew this, and I will mservean apltliers -u on rek. -t, oet u. i _an
never forget the morning of Oct. with the statement that thet were. none.d t.o ba
S25, 1944, when I walked into contention, they quoted noneotherthaJr
FDR's office with two promin- onhis statement n' Denver. other thn John ter Dul
e ent AFL leaders. The late Presi- .-n.
s dent folded the map on which JOCKEKNO VER ABLAI.
he had been tracing the U.S.A
forces in battle with the Ja as In Behind all the headlines about Southern detections. fm the
the Coral Sea. And for an hour Elemooratic party, there was jitu one big Isue in the m d
and a half he discussed vital thse wh tered at the Dem rto w
SproblemIs with the labor men. .-this week. II wae:.M
There was recognitiono-t Ia- Will Adlal Stevensen be the seofi

personally, even at the climax of the Demor should critics
t a great war. shoM be southern or Northern
t And that's what many high ...-these aade fof into i rnshafilcanti
Republican leaders, e.iecally Ing over dl. .,
those who knew the intricacies The fact that the. jockeying
of contemporary labor power he han ayea after onefe mo si -t I
Simparttoh Presidentb Elsenhowt o -Peach taCream to.c sb "ec"n Dmo-atm-m h.
er. Coddle it or control It, be- a. lotofof rprt|. D. "'
friend It or fight it. But labor Regardla whetherr :this Inrig
must he emialt with directly by how the jockeys line pat the l rih or. ow ..f h
the Pre'ident without aswitgn- Pre f
Ing it to suhordinates unless race:
There is a clear and defiffitea the i.. ,O l a1e ck 1a au of
pnlI'v. Spaw a thing the other day where do -w Is th in .the new lereL w didn't go to. *
B' uthe. GoP ,lhedq failTed to therapeutic success was being had In A with so many artificial approaches to eAase Just the. Ond o the of Soua .
et t',ro,-h the White House lined, stainless-steel Veterans' Admln e otat of onudoor cooks and amateur garden- we to 0e last all mde p 6 rca
'uard wh Ph hax been isolating Hospital by allowing the psychitric cases to er continue to lncrease. Strong m n burn hands onOn, pvately Wlht t6 e m A the 1s
the Presl pnt. They hod wanted crank an old-fashioned ice-cream freer even and singe eyelashes ruining gd steal on out- nlt g. .
t Eisenhowr. that there though the hospital owned vast.- v-ats va-dogorirls. Captaisof landM uttyushhome Russell's horses are e*tbe' W d. Stuart of
twom blo because e that could trn out hundreds a gallons of l o wq to tend flowers and plant toMantl sour or Sen. ndon ,T o111waOJt)Texas.
White House had not.developed cream by flicking a switch. u. 'ally wither et the vine. Maybe home subut- handsome. and ihA hi" a wealth
a labor polcybut w oplyn "Here we are with eight million dolIar4 worth ba&ts guard from economic necessity; my ex utye br a eh a a ]et frt
an unreaUolc a bue with unln of buildings and a million dollars worth of eluilp- u00s i. that u can general~ b uy itCheaper administrator osbar.
leaders-whO re the toughest ment," the head man said, "hut we had to sCou these yaY can OW it. Board. .
most sophisticated bargainers i- the town to find one old freezer. Yet for therapy The mach the gimmicks and the gadgets, i.. ,itoo a ,on
the world. ,, we find that grandma's old Ace cream maker was have certain i anadd us many boons.to dasl tll t
The White: House 'I'palace a very valid device." living, but thr h robbed us of a certain date .
uard" pien y was l naive, it Some might say that perhaps the wriltr isIA psychic s atisfaction the old caveman urge to
was absurd It was almed at need f therapy because he has just bhgh wr e with environment and come out a Tooks efiar .ofO '. a-' N -.
getting labor votes li the 1954 after some trouble, an d-fashioned Ice cream weary w e. b d l6, .
Congressional. eitij b wo- churn, and finds considerable solace in tur.iAh
Ing the mod loykY Democrat* the crank. He also gets to lick the dasher as' a mM04bMeve thtb ltl awmedtir um
inside labor Insteid of building reward.- '-d moc ri hq vi of medium o msat 5
up a nmabonse d s of*ml p- w ut the ice cream he turns out Is vastly supe- mgrepo erdr n al sloth ta .used to.
Oublloan aeh6r ieader. &Mf the s a -hhi ,iy.. ..
This Sugary approacho lA -superior to the glassy junk you make in. deep a button and cotol ea V he but heih-
ocratic labor men, who were freezes with a special powder. There never was Certainly the lack ofanaso a
even then preparing to smash an Ice cream made in n Ice box that.could stand pUshment has given o b 'i"
hc Poup alongside the old hand-whisk bck~t. faction. ,"

Itall began a fw -ay afterream. There is something about a chunk of cure. Man live too '.bra
the votes were counted-reveal- fresh peach, frozen in n anicy n in sidetat*Hcan dIs" .howh' thea"Dow. Beute 'e' e
ing the greatest personal victory smooth cream concoctioneonothe old ei P that is how thel nman who b
ever rolled uo b. a presidential modern science has riot yet been ablq to up ? .tsme f the ba ide. .- elece b]
ests told a still confused Pres- Churnin homemade ice creamcalls for ca- mria we hemmed
dent -elect that he should call in tion, in order toget no salt Inside the cream, in by tehe g. Al hn"trainao !. i-CAt '
AFt president George Meany as compartment, and for steady toll, wh l.i ..ek that we are O &. In .. t aif ,
a gesture of go~eod ell. Mean the ultimate reward worthwhile. AJI knpw is sonal part a bit irk e .1 't ta th pI ml.
This Invitation sou l I'm hungry when I finish twisting the taelOt h ing, sleep e at
tOs e ed o churnr, especially when it stiffens up toW7 = nation of l b hsu, t, id ..
ly a few weeks earlier t*e AFL, last. -. ..O..tes h O 1UOa te lso, ..
council had refused even to haver Off the subject of th e stomach, It would seem :. the _m P esn, t rig t
,reakf3st with the GOP preal- 1to0me that this VA psychiatrist,'Dr.'Albett Fech- All of w lnoing .do l t1bi rying the balls ,. .i i
lential 'endidate on the morn 'ner. has something in his ice cream freezer ap- ac g ome ,
before Ensenhowe was to preach to psychotherapy. -t'oubwl -- o' - ...
before Elsenhowevm was ton I A man, mentally disturbedor not, dislikes be- d3ashler-lioo wil /ow -''"
rke wanted that con tion in lave to too many gimmicks, and-derives a off to te freezer or we won't .
egs ganIrrt so he could ask the certain satisfaction from doing with his dessertv.ht In calm t .led In ......____
....rs ... -st a.ts heywantd k. hands. I suppose it's called" iAo Iachieve'' sense oft o the camzn 4 ____i_.___._.___
They ler hirr.m o on their plat- ment.k. -.. .. _. ..i_ _i
form withniut making'a deal with
reported that the AnL leaders
did thls because they knew that .[. .

mike a deal with Ike and then .
h-'ve the convention itself oppose '
Sn when Menv was caTled in .'ts on the slze and growing implrtanel of the One.' date .
he Ir w e 'til] what '~,'a hop- :a China naviy have just been ruWYMed in the Dep .,
'.ra-', ,'l: .-'',h Ike hbd not .inioifidlal publication, "U. Oh laitl Ifnsthtet U d ,.
the nuances Eu:enhower in his landing craft which the Comile hiptured from 1nt lern
frpt rnal ho0e.t m"ner then the Natlonalists during the clvi _."
_a.ke Mea.nv to'A', ter n'' 9en. One of these ships, a converted LAM. Sh*.fed f -"
Taft and work "ut the dif"ren- a British gunboat not far from Hong Kong ls b .
ces between the GOP and the ,eek, killing seven of the crew members.
.AF. Gene Z. Hanrahan. student of Ohnbse affairs.
Then the Adam< crowd got Ike reports Red China navy .now has 400 vessels wih,
to appoint a New Dealer as 8ec- about the same number of U. 8. ships now-on ly M ".
they were woolin the Democra- Te difference is that the tof he

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St corn- Te Cl Defss Vdm- .the noa cal and bcktag crews by the .
Altlo, -aaorCtd e.1 th ares prin Statts p includedd Members of the sunta A dme-
Searller ths wee during theh i nina de Bnefle candidates

Federal civdWo dValne na rl a mIRn t
we"vr inadesulted w 'O "o' and their managers, friends and .
tathe mos pt marobnable ta e ifor rH 'cu Ap supporters will met tonight at id
h odratoen ttack." O dUe Atlan ie B a' Cot Jude Tum H. he P f uboue for the
to withhold 'iou our own But It emphasized the lit will bhld at.':30 t continue i-iliry instaliati levied $1,I. Ia second polling of votes in the

Ii Shm y i nd o a* w ise ly In l ste o n c ea in da Y a t W iv es 4 0 o K id s a c a c k d o w n *te d t y c o Bs t
at omd paid the fst polling o votes last

incnAludn of pa tat e i lg r wll auen Chase t te l in
wit-h lU t a wly prnlca ee, or '. ,, h bho*rg 00 ote of Ly- h
thougt fom nesaifrbs
S in. area s thom garea dter lr t -- fft bus he M, ahed slode elha
iIt. Iort ne the n. the e Patter Fans.Yo Welcome Our 'nA Y E In -
1 61 .io.keta l the adentsci id o ot **a*- to- cram' tCImVIIIC WUI trardB a do ^ee 1 ci
l3.stearlaexep this week tha th es 1. td weekt he n candidates w havei h w
edra civil defense program o rzilman Butcher r ea te wnner a o u d WOe
S"e.neueev o lr 0l Tscket to Kington, Jamaica and
R-. eslan pome-sslon of the at s Is u l,-.' 0 1c ,a1 .s ie. M T
re-6 d toe hmide tet d 20 Wives 4Kids i ian. Deu Gumbeare is *bthe .new37 tra
fe to 0 tn the an A epcandi dahtes- l Po'lh Of expect to wpO e
Iqmine bar the govrne Ih by the i l v 0 t t .
ad d ttiO n tor all rr- s ro.. .. l gt
t's. u ur. ric ae as m
a sh M e*' wereoubh noet c eas Ilney oaet c
St t caamleo they are Industrial n- FheR thtcherT mer ldo Mch-d
d as on sttr do, has C b o O$ to be- u w. .
a iit h ton, D. C.U Is -Irted as mb e toe
I-_a r. a target anea bc. waus_. ofhe frno au a-u . for.d td

a ,e n $. l rh, ,e l he ,om a .. ,as -t ... ... .B-.c- .. ....... ..
to v ehod dimon ourld awnh eirs.t hpbil oto at'.e e0 a secon of woth
Butt its mpo asi the I ai on's evnt sad n thlei $

c. th day -Bth Y e 0oA D nNav.A took 0h lea in SECQ :
l...i..e thefrspllng aeaterse withs ,gIa
Wonhe- -. tale wagon" wIl I a- andA s veral -I,

m."Mm; bpvm8not oUtfed.9ForOob4 nexti& esa. d | ahheaddf SECOeNnD F
rtafr wall beick anidn n 1an1 a blueiS L aluaju. Tak*
e cond- t.u p ao .ub I a ton o thh wHane t f olom t the FiORad LITtTlLE EO LEroplel and ee eall ,es Edn-es'
citw n bt iys 06`0 thso eam. thtte d yer d. Middling 'W e a
.... "w nfe' dr civil ed hef 'I Braz ilan her en' a u ontest Te ^ P tHor w lla

..s "... ..Ba, ls .38 = -o a panwine Dlrowe round -7r

hydrogesnw boe inge H' Two. -- b e ph VUEprizeb.
tawe by tinahsre government baolddmb-Wh theec tooed ll

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ice lamps, colored. 4.98'
room lamps....... 7.50
ie-shaped lamps
tvlngroom, 7.50 & 12.50
ible cone-shaped
ips ........10.00 & 15.50
11 can openers 2.75
& 3.25
ial can openers
4.50 & 5.50
omed kitchen
el racks.... 1.10 & 2.20
beaters. 0.50, 0.60
& 0.75

tle with sugar
sure . .... ..... 0.35
e for cake
oration.....1.20 & 1.35
al cone decorator. 0.15
al droppers for
Sdecoration...... 0.15
nze droppers for
* decoration...... 0.35


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SWhathas Panama got that the

South Seas Haven't Got ?

You'U have to ask

our Cafe Grille Manager


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RP. eS. N.-T, S

CH eP. don't to 3

We Think The Answer Is ETRWO

For Manager Sorensen, who has covered a lot of territory in the
paut 25 years since he left his native Denmark, went from Panama to
the South Sea Islands and came back to us. That in itself is a rarity,
amdng gentlemen who travel.
n.l, who first came to the hotel via a number of hotels in
mrope, Jamaica and the US. when we were celebrating our first
crz vml in 1952, later left us with friends for more southerly realms
mau as Tahiti, Samoa, New Caledonia.
le belles the Shakespeasean version of the "Melancholy Dane"
and n fact has earned the epithet of the "Laughing Dane." He has
no ime though for reciting "to.be or not to be's" even jovially in any
.of' e several languages at his command for he seems to think that
th- Cafe Grille's "24-hour service" slogan also applies to the manager
as well as the shop.
"You have to know this business from the Inside and the outside.
too-which is the meet difficult... trying to please the customers." he
says. The way Isthmlans have taken to the Cafe Grille makes us
wn the Laughing Dane succeeds on both scores.

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Shipping & Air Line News

Venezuela Lengthens Mr and Mrs. Crede H. Cal-'
Two Runways hove: Dr. and Mrs William H.
: Plans are under way in Vene- Cllichard. Jr and daughter;
zuela for lengthening runways Mr.'and Mrs Jose E Corco. Missj
at Grano de Oro Airport, Mara- An]Pa V. Fisher: Miss Margaret'
caibo. from 5,760 to "7,360 feet, Flanaghan; Dr. and Mrs. Wll-
and extending runways at Mai- liain H Grant. Miss Elizabeth!
juetia International Airport to L. eunby; Miss Mary E. Haley;
3,000 feet. Mr. a"d Mrs.- William H. Hayes: I
Mr. "ld Mrs. Ross H. Hollowell;
New York Plans Willis 4tilnson; Mr- and Mrs.:
East Side Terminal Walteria ridman; Mr. and Mrs.
Pan American World Airways Ricard. IeV~y.: Mrs. Alice Li.m-j
passengers to and from New bard: tirl .and Mrs. Oswald S.
York, soon will arrive at and de- Lowsley: and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
part from the most modern.city 11am E. Lund* ....
airline terminal in the world-
East Side Airlines Terminal- Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Malock;
-soon to open in New York City. 'Mr. and Mrs. William C. May-'
nard and 2 children; Mrs. Doro-
S.S. Panama to Sail Tomorrow ;thy Moore and 2 children; Wil-
With 74 Passengers liam L. Moyer; Mr. and Mrs.
Only 74 passengers have book- William N. Nessler; Walter G.
ed nassage on the Panama liner' Peterson: Miss Jean M. Press;
Panama which sails from Cris- Mrs. Helen Rowe; Mrs. Gwen-
tobal for New York tomorrow, dolyn M. Seate; Miss Winnifred.
according to the advance pas- E. Seeley; Kenneth Simon; Mr.
enger list This is one of the and Mrs. Thornton A. Stepp
Tallest passenger lists for a and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs.
northbound sailing of the Pan- Paul S. Stewart; Miss Mariel
aRna Line in several months. Szabo; Miss Gertrude Tatro; Dr.
and Mrs. Sanford A. Thompson;-
Among the prominent nassen- Reverend Antonio Van Bake;-
pers sailing are pr. and Mrs. Os- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Y. Williams&
wald S. Lowsley, of New. York aPd three children;. and Leroy
City. Dr. oLow1st 2 ne "of- theh B Wilsni Jr
leading urologist< inthe-United'

States, is Consutlthg Surgeon of
e Panama Line.

Fill the Spaces

ACROSS 57 "-- your
I "Sold like luck"
cakes" DOWN
4 "Aid and I "- and
--" thee' .
8 "- and 2 *.--- and
call" under"
12 "Adam and 3 Four-letter
." word
13 Italian coin 4 Straighten
14 Bacchanalian 5 "Bleat be the
cry ties that '
15 Soak 6 Expunger
16 Lack of crwer 7 Flap
18 Commissions Misrepresent
20 Irritates 9 "Mirey is thl
21 "Cakes and Money is th
,a root of all
22 Fencing sword0 Dve's home
24 "Set the teeth 1 L oveks home
on 11 Lock openers
26 Ireland 17 Peaceful
27 Viper 19 Vigilant
30 "Reign of z
32 Small bite
34 Tidier
35 Pastry
36 "Strong -
ofthelaw" I I
37 Bows the head I I
39 Italian city
40 "Rotten to the -
41 Actress -
West *
42 "Castles in A
45 Onea who i
S allures
49Agreeable -
51 Australian
52 Greek
mountain r
53 Mine entrance _
4Petn point B I
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S.S. "HIBUERAS" ............................... Sept. 18
S.S. "LEMPA" ................................... Sept. 23
*S.S. "TAUE"................................... ept. 25
SS. .MABELLA'..........Sept. 26
*S.S. "SANTO CERRO"............................. Oct. 2

* HandUna Refrheraled. ChUlld a# .@ in Creaf.


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S.S. "MARNA". .................................. Sept. 2
S.S. "JUNIOR". .................. . ...4.,...-..Sept. LU
i'A. "MAJORKA"........... ......

Weekly sailinlg of twelve passenger ships to 4NewtYfro. New
Orleans, Los Angeles. San Francisco;.jd Sxattle.

Special round trip fare froqi Crto Now jErkt,
Los Angeleb, San FralcO ans. title.

To New York ................. ...... ... 4
To Los Angeles and San Franelsco ....... .270.00
To Seattle .................... ........ $3.....$3 .00






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S "~ "- ary paln tngs and efato Uthe street. of PfPtrs and many '
____trh Malcolm del iValls o~enetfT-scenes ofrutral France.
S terday at the',Natnal Students of the University
S17, aM o., &/. versity. The collection featur and the general public are in- Y
"- ,i', '., UVited to view the exhibit.

ris of I1'p 3pelB have sa- ity Athe"

Sdof Mrs. u..iAey Noble Mt. slow motion SAture o ikiomlc
W. K. Parnell and Mrs. darl J. eat on buildings Similar to
S... ... .....those in the Canal Zone; and
C--hosteas for the coffee are "C Defense In Action"
Mrs. Brown@,Mrs. aine n4which concerns Disaster Con
M L Bmeos F. Toln. trol Units in operation.
MrRlm arieepom Tonight For
New Club President A -: I
Mrs. Helen Martin I "been A reception will be held this
elected President of the N.C.O. evening for the teachers of the
WI~vs' Club of Fort Clayton too the adFort l St.
complete the balance of thAndrews Church in Csheno 1V m
COlb yer until June 1054 oand A 9:00 p5C m .coprom
t c r a'Parents of school cbdren
BealHe n woi plans to leave t41 from heseechoos arel
ist rlSe Otober 15. for Atternd feom a these schosdre.o
MIS- jKAi O*f) LMrs. Julie Berger was elect- *tllttcm, Open'At
MISS A 1 WRK ARt S d oublUcty Director to replace nt
.. Martnersty
Mr. Cauey To Vaaaton -In US. An UZItibiation of epnatppor-
Mr. Joseph W. DyoBal- Trade Wlaaf Cocktail Lou-nge
boa will Be an passengers '
aailing 8stuMay aboard the The Trade Winds Trio of the D. V a
0. Pmnama& "r the United American Legion Club will pro- . f p
iteate Where Ohe p lans to vi- vide music for dancing tonight
sit relatives and friendsin and Saturday evening from Hl
Lu1ad la ,t*rPennuvdlf,:Roa- ppm. to couples and ladies only. l P IS
noW .'_'.. m.hand New..York. .... ,u l. ia whi hwl
Mr. .4 ..Dubos bEntertainT e. e. oae otary c lub iu
Mi. 4n Mrs. ul Dubois met for 'its weekly linchg N EWyriX Sept. g S UP...
iwere it e fo r a buffet dinner ing yesterday In the 8a S-ecretary of State John idst
gfivnt. tr home fr a small de Amerias of Hotel El Dulles told the youg ero
Group at. their oiend. Panama. pRnlue of Japanrlast WNg hto
Mr.uand M i. ubM* ue Casts of honor atfo the fEstpian Went cmean dedt
M r. an. an er~ od eir luncheon Were the Ambassador The two nst at.&a inner
Tnersae. _Nicaragua to Panama,'Adrian the jtpao m gci thewrand Daul
S A ... Arturo Muer" Cul- the Ambassador Of e laid down his p esereiption
of as were "att a Me". on.sas to Panama, a9ales- simply s#- man from the West
to. We a Wednesday plana; t Charge d'Af ofL W1th open and hopeful
evea m'in oelbirasmof their Cosia Rica, Jmense"; t16 Chari hwt o w young mand towethe
wedd .ng a nD.n r -d'aaff-rs ot Il SaaIvadr flaw- o
.son; the isub I-d'Affmlires of

'the thms October 15 for the The Pedro Miguel Order of Akihito.
United States, where his new, Rainoow for Girls will hold an
aslgnment will be in Atter- open installation of officers "The United States," he said,
bu llaaa. on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in "will do what lies within our
Sthe Pedro Miguel Lodge Hall. power toi help ensure that your
he thmste J.| ort members and theio guests are youth have a legacy which will
ned we elm o tend help them assure your country's
ntAn fU L continued, constructive role in
,,S se Ms. No Lunt citnhe.t of oiunirty of free nations."
for w r At Atla Garden Bute. pe4rto h epenu rs on the
tenb TheC urundu W Club is oun s
.M...... effective owrt ent, dedl-
The reftf. mothW uch. rt I d to maintain b
eon^ U5g 0y rthe C= I of the

eon were iF *vE bw-- icw'r 1 W m
tonMrs. FL E. joenig wo- -n ytww
W. Barry. ord n pot exhae u on
Those attending included Mrs. Panama Area, sever ceremo- day will become emperor of Jap
oerbert Alstom,. Mrs, Wiliamn iles took pleus this waeeI honor- an, to assure continued "free
SMrs. &8:. 1Beaudry, Mrs. IN; So Army and Air arce'em- -complete and undistorted" ex
!. G. Bouland, Mrs. J. R. Brok- ployes who are recipients of hAo fIdeaswiththere
e Mrs., W. D. Barry, Mrs. awards -pre~ented by MJi. John world.
rmaaM. Brown, Mrs: 1. 0. Wood, Cantral an
P. K. Council. Mrs. J. Albrook xchan Officer. CO ( f u WS
g^ ?rt M nneUs..JUo. 0 The peiC5iwo= part of an
r.. extensive oat in r
R.a. t onto P 0 a=ge em- Special Notice For Brwatm
Mia, I, as. I around the world, were All Brownie #af. Ue 6
*W8 Tuea ni d Thun- Brownie age (7-) to di
t fotott, ra CorI E change and Curundu Iptebta. `hell
A. ans, rs. C. 0. Off ., 'x d Vatloun post ex. mothers are Invited to an open
endell, GOraeeli. l tuart, oha nIV acyous the Isthmus. meeting on Monday, at 4:00 p.m.
R..fKWqeiL, Wrs. f, P htB ig1 0Wementes In the Brownie Room of the Cu.
i 0. 0. Mohath Mrs. pt ontUon:of three rundu Commimlty Bul ing for
ohard M ft y, o wtchs to employee who registration and planna .of the
al. 8. tj d served afthfully twenty program for the new So6-0 ear
Vu. M. r e. They -
M lubl hti "iWArard of Prr ito IntermedlUlet Girl Sei*
V aCTfsepIh Mayer tha All Iner Oat ii t lopi
snit 'AI. And girls b Gl hivie Scout.
a, .J. D.. r s, rt 1i Rat. of 6e- Arook ID Proram tn CUrntdU and
vi Mr' J. M. el ulg, rt hange. Curundu Heipghts are Invited
'W ...-W. withs" t haye. o er- with their mothers to make
rW, Walker, cad M. le were given to those m wth their moter to mk
C. Whie. pIloyed 10, 15-and 30 years. Lt. plans for the new year nexi
--. -M nl a der gave similar a- Thursday, 34, at 3:30 p.m. ninthe
At UE iawhe wirl to A'brook employee who kcout Room of the Cuunmdu
i 0. WITwere bromnt at the ceremonies. Communlt Buildng.
Sn wll h. a i
aurmdca, 1epl1tm Ab '. ziW W, ^q
swe rrS.r M AA ..gM
,sd; .....+sp.I .
may be ..zade Eff 6V'At4,!
lis DopkowAsk, Faneral services will be held
I .". . A fl a.. .. mm- a i i

xrlous and rIfel, at
for richness of al.
VU 8, price per 6 pe.
!:; aee Vetting ........... ..
CaalI Zone Delivery
price ........... ..23.73
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ours $15.oo NEW YORKER
u 4.T"- The Sewing Madin
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Stakes button holea
* marks
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without changing.

Central Ave. & 21st Street
Teis. 2-130 2-13m





MadQoe q and FEISS

one of Ne Ya's quality manufacturers I

Tropical Rayon Blend. .

Orion Blend .... .......


Pure Silk Blend........

Pure Irish Linen.......

Genuine Tropical Worsted


$ 32.50 t37.50









Some available with 2 pair of trousers




"Haoerdm e aiend Toalors to Men of Good Taste"

I :-..Central Av, .e


Across from Railroad Station


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I em... When You Tell' em thru P.A ClassifiMt
ave your Ad with one of our Agent, or our off ce iu No. 57 "it. Srteet Panama

,ve.-Phone 1-2291. and

Ave.-Phone 2-0441

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Via EsDarn No 34 Panama. R P.
(Selle Vista The't- BEM.)

Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

10.09 Ml dm.,Av, --Phone 255 Col61
"H* S1re._l 8bms Estudlante 8t.
Phone ~3- im4 2-2798

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Minimum for 12 words.
&c. each additional wonr

lHousehold Automobiles be".. hove. a pe a Cott OS pst
A eh- FWWI l.la see ei e r e ,a Sant la r a
FOR SALE tric range, like FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 76. 0 linens. Pone b 2-1 .
rnerw, uitheep well, double May be seen throughout day at DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. WILLIAMS Snto Clara eCot- I
burner, th glass w window. position Balboa Garden. $1,250 cash. Must Centrol Avenue "K" street, corner tages. Lorge. comfortable, modern.
heat control 2724-A, Cocoli. 4- sell soon. Ask for Johnson. telephone 2-3479, Panama. near Balboa 3050 t cept
144. FOR SALE-1951 Power Glide Chev- SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSWA k
S SAL Thoroughly seasoned rolet. Very reaso-abie Returning PANAMA-MEXICO one way $105. Gramlich -, Sant Cleri. uoeh-co"t-
Soany iingroom furniture to States. Phone 3-3646. 25 round trip $179.25 ( 1 oy ragis. Electric ceboxe a ves.
,l oyRoad FOR---942For TudorSeda, limit) $165, go one year; to moderate rates. Tee10 ,0 6-441.
Reasonably price, lsooyRo- FOR SALE:-1942 Ford Tudor Sedan LOS ANGELESone wa 7950 Gmbo; 4-567. Pedo
ma ster Bcycle. N. motor. round trip $312.89 (90 day limit). Philips Oceanside .ottq. Santa I
bell Vistu. ---- 305. _____ __ .l_ Panaoma Dispatch Service. 36 Ave- Clara. Box 435, Bal. Phon
FOR SALE:-Storkline baby bed with FOR SALE:-1949 Packard 8, four nida Nocional (Automobile Row. Panma 3-1$77. Crsba 16.
mattress, good condition,$ door sedon, radio, heater and over- Tel. Panama 2-1655. Houses on beach. SatoC. a.
Quarters 16C, Ft. Amodor or call drives four new tires, new pa, Cristabal-Colon Humane Society h In COOL CampnSa mauntans.
Amador^5 4283. ___ -new break lining. Perfect condition, dogs, cts, kittens who need homes Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboo 1389
FOR SALE-Bedroom set, refrigerator Original owner. $1,100.00. Call desperatelly, all sizes, colors. sees, or see cartoker ther.
stove chicken coop. Las Cumbres, 88-325 or see at 28-A Ft. Gulick. sama spays and alters. Gcv esthOem s -
S3014, "Cantina Tronsistmica.," Tel* 1-FOR SALE:^1947 Buick Roadmster a home and they willglv-you love FOR RENT
2-3005. duty ppid, radio, excellent tires and compin'aonship. elp those whoi
fOR SALE':Cheol Percelain Frig and point. $725.00. House 230-A cannot help themselves, they need Hoeil : I
idaire livingroon set, porch furni- Gatun. Tel. 50560. voI...
awood and porcelain bthinebttle, Luxe, 4-door jedon, excellent late t')hie El Roncho ond: B"ston te hs.eTree to e
ur Zentt h radi,;,, 25 end 60 ccle,-... AL- Oldsmobi 76 GEORGE FENTY --FOR t ENT: -- d frn

drwrsri ll be given on, .Mi FOR RENT:-4 bedroom letNo
chairs, $50.00. Colon B FOR SALE:-Chanical n 1947 Nosh co upe edition client between 5:00 p. m 7:00 39, 9th Stret P iqu. Lefevre .
lattice work. HousLe 03, Coe f ires .pr intn re touched, new so.r nThese drin ilaci l a it h alf t h now basr nom
tsde, Ancn..Blbo 4280. Ishm el. tober, 1949 ited at the PAN AM BAy porch and rents irters.275Fore F -
.O. SALE:6 pc. Wicker set; m at- I original owner, no accidents, 11,- s u teadlat tne corner ofEstu- t .00 a month. Tel. --E .' 779.-7: 3011
F O R S A L EF.- 6 pR.. .i. .er s e t ;.J 47R7 9 7 : 3 0 S. et fh e l,0 T.
,tress, springs, bed lrgs; chlst of 00 $1,250. Telephone Pn. d Inf e and 'K' Street, w ohe iso o ,d san o

S0,drawers; small dining table, 4 iO 2-3067. d to serv e oneand ec Io. al m I . .
idoor ons, $250.00 oln 683-Lt wilbe give on MixeFOR RENT--4 b edaf chalet No
hcean raio $80.00 Webcor Cu- FOR SALE:-ClEASE: App1947 Nsh coup tween :00 :00 39. th trt Lfr
ORSALE:-Four large green porch overhauled recently, $550, leavingp.m, These drmn5s will m half-- OR R -0-Se e ... ht .
s $10.00. Balboa 4280. Isthmus el 30546. Pano rice. Army N'- an- Fr.rN b iM r m o halef iwth .
R SALE: 60 cYcle.9.-.. ca. fit AGo- Boxostony~a ,AN ~M,~vit barten K- phannihrem berobas, ia room, sbiram

FOGeneral Electric r frigerator $250.- FOR SALE-Corner lt one htore y now on peeorders Rdio Mirmor. Can bse from

otor N s. 9$7 5. 0oc, Apartment in Cr Compana CaM 3-2949 or $8.00, 850 poges wi numer- 8:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon. ;|
K o agi he f$ass oveglasdewi. infartorsatiandot a Ordrnvn's plr callo. O
$7.50 ealch.l radio e $80.0, Weor au- FOR SALE OR LEASEFOR SALE-Ventian blinds, 5 widtha . ne
tmotic record,'player $35.00, imately.8C acres, partly 3ler67 re. O

l.House 5754-A. Soi treet, D-.t MRO. s large r3vet. S .eve9n FOR RENT:- F urnished house, i.
table and matching rom house fair odcoltn, 4-144. ing-diningroom, 2 Tbedrooms kitch-n

FOR SALE:-Four burner gloss door FRU SALE Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- Ponom a 3.4941. |..a
chairs $75.00. All only used six l -ato IN U r, 2 lks from Hotl l Pan-]
mTapponts, tove. $99.95; dresser $7 i. A. C. Box a ceived in the office of I H En- No. 9, Via A.genao D eideM I

50; 7 x9 fiber rug, $5.00 Peru Boat Motr sneering ond CPnstncti ctor, M mAGEN S STEE S A. Tel
FOR SALE --Scootr $9u; S prnet Porc l of land 2R P "212 r

House 5 -A, ibeStr Di- M'IRO. TEL -4923 39. nwlit 64, 3 width 4.7, lengths A T us u
Avenue No. 91, p artment 8; Tel Ponom9 Cnl Compli -Balbo Meodei nls one, tw5 rooOa u ished

3-0546. / S LSae FOR SALE:-12 foot soidboot. Re- Heights, Cnal Zone, ti 1020 b or unPurnasa Col af Alhombroj V
Tappan stove, $99.95 drese $

.. .---- Icently constructed. Excellent con- oa. m., Octpber 27 19g, and then Oeffle 8061, 10th Stet, Colon..
WANTEDl dition. Phone Ebeling at Balboo publicly oned, for 5 ing 00 Telephone 138.
S. .. 3677 or see at R12A, Rousseau. plont, tools, equipment. labor,. FOR RENT:-Fumished one bedro- d '
SlBLOO FOR SALE: M'ne awLtype day sersces, and materials, except oportment to responsible person
.--~ ------' Jfishing boat. .ength'12'. m 8'. certain Ponaa s Cnol oamphr Wi tlM chd alitte. i t,.J.01rij'W .
WANTED TO UY: Smooth tires. Converted Ford v l o e p furnished .fIaU m si the 3-1942.
suitable or; reconditionnge. 'Re- tOr. Freth water Ioi Fully specificatiotl, and for t .
constructora Nacional No 7, Peru e.upped. Excellent ond on, Boi g all ork for constaict d of r.; ,.
Avenue. Telephone 2-0406, boo 1356. pavements, utilltles, houpe aond .r-, --3in
ANTED 2 '." fdonL erppurtennc at Gotun,. C z. . pho Sr."^ Ic.
I rHouse u -754Abe Sod rnn Da S E a propOsalS specfidthor -
Scondtion. Phone Balboa 1751. a nd full particulars may be ob- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, fumon
5.0;....... __---- Mlreg$.;e toned from the office of thle rment, Bella Vista, 48th. St.,
I-tORTSP_ MiCrellaneOugs of the Contract and Inspection Fo. 27. TeL 3-3806. .1:
Avenu N v paPANAMA CANAL;L COMPANY P Davision. Room 343. Balboa Hgts. Fom2. T-T bedroom. .'
-Tennis Rackets Restrung newest OFFERS. fI Telfepho.e 23739 or 2-2698w1 mRnts iRn nd new fouroom apart.
meth ood, hydraulic machine, rods R S. RE be tsued on a deit f $40 ment u ibrd e l ra
reels and outboard m otors prepared. S.oled bids, fo o i. per set. Deposit wi -be forfeited f get .a l Cangrej, for informaI Inr a
Kri d(rft and Custm Krft omt will be received until 10 30 A M spcif. cat ons and drawings ore tion call 3-3164.
Sits. Everything for the fisherman. November 6, 1953. in the office o not returned within 40 calender FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apn.
Abernathy, No. 99 Peru Ave. Phone Superintendent of Storehouses. Bal- days after opening of bids. me, wh hot water heater. C r
3-0264, open 4 p. m. to 8 p. m. boo. for Rotary Pr.nting Pre-.ses lo- FOR SALE.-Bolex H8 Turret Came. Avenue. No. 8 Dell. Vista. "I',
Saturday, 9 a. m. til 6 p. m. catod ot Panama Canal Printing Plan; I ra. new. 1.9 Standard Lens, 2 Tel- 2.1227. 8:00 e. m. 5 p. m. 1 -
U KMount Hoe, C. Z Invitation No. 8I ec.orolens ist 565.00 for $299. FOR RENT:-Fumhished or unfurnis..
Smy be obtained from the above' 00 Intenational Jewelry store, ed. 2 bedrooms. No. 11, Second -

For aud W alcot 2,'815. C ALE"-Bolex H1,6 move c- FOR RENT I ;
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY I lens. 75 mm Te'ephoto'ens, $325. .
Mrs. Maude C. Walcott died OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS 00 Intenof,onal Jewelry store. ROOmls II
yesterday at her home in Rio .. FOR SALE next Chase Bank Baild9ng, Pan- FR E p T:- IvIIo
Abajo following a short illness. Sealed bids, for opening in public I arr. O RENTi-Room private both nd
Funeral services will be held will be received until 10 30 A. M. entrance, smIle person, $40.00.
at t. Christopher's Church in October 2. 1953. in the office otipF .A ,E Phone Roberto Benedetti, 2-1078.
Mrqs. Wlcf t o ibouorr P en tion I Balboa Storehouse. and th O AL MUtRIA MOtRie Tot F ORENd t- 9
.. d a-rn ,r for /eoto Lds o. utc .-10:30 .... ...th .n ,C. -- Zo 1r d 4ed eri

Speaking. Experience, with Refer- comptometers ond calculators located LO RENT *PaCe, idel for |
or 1ence. Apply at Post Rddic Shop, fn Building No. 28. Indusftiol Bu- n usines pulps or ptoragn of
erusan, aresanseveral "00Curundu, C Balboa. Invitreauon Are Balboa. Inv onoe 2-2655 FOR RENT u Room, independeSt.,
aGtr .j reld 14 may be obtained'fromtMA otined at lo:aa.on of equip- ktOhen, BEhl o and Balbor Aveh .
cl e In New York |Dand olynl sources or from the office of Supe. OFFieS OFFICE E oUIPMENT h V_ a ,- .rls, facing Eden Thea..

SPORWanted Position me.. f o ntatnd. I.nspton Me .27. L .33 06 . -
reels ..andoCloaram in. ..pan Ci ntendent Of SALorebouses ,telephone FOR SALE stert. f $ 2h -2907. i

Evrete Bft 522f Pedro M ultIn C FOR SALE: -b C.rcut1oberA M t one or two btnen with or wit IeOu
Speaking. Experience wth Refer- cmt meters anood calculators located FOR RENe e Arocem, n Av,

I^ yBilence. Apply atr Post Radc Shop in Buding 28. e industrial Bu-J business .IPms or storage of
Ave. Avon ioCurundu, c.Z. reau, Arey Balboa. tnvtiton NO. 19 1 merc ndi, s itu ated on 7th. te .,L
4 op it b may be otortned at ta atrot of er- etw,' N, Wl or t .ud Ba lboa A v
ofce roWanted Position merit or from ofnf. e of Suoer,ntenl- 0. .I3 6 i 5Oro .
Wri t e Box 522, Pedror. Phone 2- FOR SALE: -- Upr.ht r-- one or E entnen with or wll I

5444, Panomr. 125.00. Phone Bplla n 1356. m u Aroa
hZ. iaove r0shanpesatlr J wood .el picture 7.2 c 3--,. St.r_ No.. I., .- I
FuneralTomorriihnual Secretary Seeks Position f screen. 25 cycle motor "'. H PI .or.rw.'9Pd teet.
FalcAvailable October first. Thoroughly 1oue 598o o Te.o-
conversant all secretarial work an I-era..9normlle8 'g e F R
offFice routine. Highly recominer, i-I irs.Newporate8rr .
ed by present employer. Phane 2- FOR SALE Upr'aht Grand Pon-r 'ies At --rg
.5,rue444, Panama. $125.00. Phone Beor 1356. " eI-I
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Little Chilean Speedster

Goes In Class B Nightcap

The Haras Guarare's diminutive but expensive
and speedy Chilean-bred five-year-old chestnut
horse by Oregano-Kisca is an almost unanimous
choice of the selectors to cop tomorrow's featured
$756 Class "B" six-and-one-half sprint at the Juan
France National Race Track.
Slated to oppose Kiosco in the' Piropo II appears to be out-
fp feature. which is scheduled to classes. H,? will be ridden by
be the el-iv, nth and la.t race on' Freddy Robe Piropo II has
th" prog:,rn, are Piropo fl. cliribed to this class on several
Coynes Ed;,ar, Agate and Royal occasions, only to fail to make
Alligator, the gioide and fall back to the
Kiosco, which lost 'last week lower classes.
only because of his marked The secoiary attraction for
tendency to go wide, v:ill again ChLss "D" horses over seven
hbe ridden tv crackerjack rider tu'longs, .;hapes up as much
Bias Aguirre. His stiftest op- attiactive ctent. At least six of
position shauild come from. Roy- the nine houses entered for this
al Alligator which will be pi- race rate a good chance of win-
loted by Alfredo Vasquez and ning.
tones Ed?,sr with Jose "Paco" In fact, eight of the horses
S Bravo in the saddle. have been performing well e-
Coynes Elgar is admittedly at enough to win. The only horse
a disadvantage over this short nct given a chance is an un-
Oistance but he has been turn- known quantity and could even
Ing in sonic splendid workouts. spring a surprise in winning his
Unofficial reports hyive also in- iirst time out. This is Irish-bred
djcated that there is a new head newcomer Chingri.
iman h-.'hird the scenes in the The others scheduled in the
training of the Lazzarin stable's field are Pcrter's Star (0. Cas-
horses. tillo), Scotch Chum (Rose)
Aga'. wnich will be ridden by Charming Prince (F. Hidalgo),
ra-rable Columbian jockey Os- Great Game (A. Vasquez), Turf
cai MIt'uera, aoparentlv does: Lodge iB. Morenot, F?(ambaro
yTot like Ms'uera's style of rid- (Bravo). Mv Dear IV. Castillo)
Sing and is being overlooked b' And Arkansas (0. Mazueral.
;the "expert.%" because of this Nine othai interesting races
'eason. complete the program.
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Juan Franco Graded Entries

P.P. Horse Jockey Wgt. '
tst Race "G" Native 61'. Frs. Purse; $275.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Double

1-Resorte J. Cado. 118 -Depends on mood
2-Volador J. Phil. 105 -Undenendable
3-Opex V. Casti. 115 -Possible longshot
4-Regla 0. Casti. 109x-The one to beat
5-Kontiki C. Johnson 10l9x-Class too strong
6ff-Domino H. Reyes .IlOx-Usually fractious
7-Riomar Mena R. 107x-Needs better rider
-8-Risita A Mena 118 -Rates eood chance
9-Merza Matru B. Agul. 112 -Excluded from betting
2nd Race "I" Imported 41 Fgs.Purse: $375.00 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double

2-In Time
3-Our Fancy

A. Ubidia 118 -Good race last out
A. Ycaza 10x-Distance seems short
F. Rose 108 -Improving steadily
0. Casti. 110 -Returns in form
F. Hidal. 106 -Good chance in mud
.. Bravo 112 -Dangerous qontendeir
V. Casti. 110 -Improving rapidly 'I

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Srd Race "F" Native 4/2 Frq.Punre: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
1-Fru Fru J. Bravo 119 -Seems best here 1-2
2-Enrioueta MenF R. 10Ax-Nothing to indicate 30-1
3-Don Grau B. Agui. 115 -r"et'rns in shnoe 3-1
4-Die'I de M. A C.monino linx-Nothinq recently 30-1
5-Mufiero G. Sqnche u115 -T ongshot no'sibility 5-1
#-Malaya F. Hidal. 116 -Pronped a class 5-1
4th Race "H" Native 6C/2 -"rb*: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20

1-Tilin Tilin
2-Coran A
3--Don .Toaqui
..--r'n Valor I
5th Race "C"
1-Annie N
5-Don Jaime

V. Brown 115x-Needs more distance 8-1
A. Coronado 11x-Anparently outclassed 30-1
n A GorP. 111t-Poor recent races 15-1
F. Hidal. 107 -Should chase Fuego 2-1
I A. Vna 11 -TTsufllv close un 8-1
.T. W e7- 112 -T5 strong" finisher even
'0 Graell 11hR -T better shane now 5-1
B. Agul. 115 -Excluded frbm betting xxx
Native S6 Fgs.Purse: $325.00 Pool closes: 2:55
A. Mena 108 -Rates outside chance 4-1
A. Enrinue 115 -Ts "nor' chance 2-1
F. Hidal. 112 -Drv track will help 2-1
B. Agui. 115 -Tle one to heat 3-2
J. Gongo. 107x -Chance in mud only 8-1

6th Race "F" Imported 6% Fgp.Pturse: 3500.00 Pool closes:
First Race of the Double

1-A. Maid F. Hidal. 112 -V'Cpt'1ent mud runner 2-1
2-Vampiresa J. Jimenez 112x-Beasine for good ride 5i-2
3-Bolo Joan E. D-rlo 113 -Nothing to indicate 15-1
4-Mr. Foot A. Ubidia 110 -Distance handicaps 5-1
5-Firenze A. Vasquez 115 -Farly soped only 5-1
6-(Aprontes B. Azui. 115 -Hast eood workouts 5-2
7-(Delhla A. Mena 108 -Could score again 5-2
7th Race "G" Imported 1 MilePurse: 5450.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1-Mingo A. Vasquez 118 --'--nri-oiter 2-1
2-Corista V. Castt. 112 -Distance to liking 5-1
3-Clipayo F. Hidal. 112 -Best chance in mud 5-2
4-R. Chum B. Aerui. 110 -Fard to beat even
5-Canajagua B. Corcho 117x-Will explode soon 10-1

00 Race "I" Imported 41 Fq. Piurse: 1375.00 Pool closes: 4:40
1-Interlude H Reves 117x -Nothinit in iai ..t. 9-

2-Wild Justice
4-Rina Roi
5-True Blue

M. Arose
A. Vasque
F. Rose
A. Ubidis
C. Iglesia

. 105 -Dangerous contender
z 105 -Distance handicaps
e 112 -Should he 'shoo-in"
a 105 -Returns in eood shape
s 106 -Possible upsetter


9th Race "F" Imported /4 Fgs. PIrse: $500.00 Pool closes: 5:15

S1-State Barge V. Casti. 120 -Seems sure thing
'2-Newbridge C. Johnson 107x -Not Interested
3 -Bedlam J. Bravo 115 -Will fight it out
4-Toletazo 0. Mazuera 116 -Has fair chance
S-Vain Darling J. Phil. 112 -Rates chance on form
6-Relampago II 0. Casti. 110 -Returns with chance


Nase '"D" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: 5$00.00 Pool closes: 5:40
I-Porter's Star 0. Casti. 110 -Group seems tough 15-1
Si-8cotch Chuil F. Rose 115 -Strong finisher 10-1
'3-C. Prince F. Hidal. 110 -Could upset favorites 5-1
4..O. Game A. Vasquez 118 -Should be ready now 8-1
6-Turf Lodge B. Moreno 110 -Early speed only 10-1
6-Plambaro J. Bravo 110 -Showed nothing in last 10-I
7-Chingri G. Cruz 115 -Promising newcomer 15-1
4-My Dear V. Casti. 118 -Hard to beat 2-1
9-Arkansas 0. Mazuera 112 -Seeks third straight 4-1

h B4se "B" Imported 6 i rgs. Purse: $750.0 Pool closes: xxxx
iropo11 II F. Rose 108 -Distance handicaps 5-1
ises Edgar J Bravo 115 -Also route lover 5-1
SB. Agulrre 116 -Should score easily 1-2
F- d 0. Mazuera 110 -Needs hustling jock 5-1
"-U. Alligator A. Vasques 110 -Rates good chance 4-1


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At this time of the year most elqbs eanted oat of t,.
ning, bring up rookies and conduct linal ea
an eye to next season. But not the Giants. They*.
out managers. Bill Rigney, Al Dark, Whitey'Ie a
From this distance the objective is not clear. Only i
a veteran, could sensibly be prepared for farm-club
ment. No such plan could possibly be entertained for Damk2mr
Lockman, stars still more or less In their pri
The Giants! overall operation is such that it is net fiVas
easy to rationalize their moves. Perhaps this is no More thAW
whimsy induced by the soothing balm of Indian summer. AP-
parently it is the Inspiration of Leo Durocher, only recey^
signed to a new contract.
He picks the pitchers, goes to the bullpen, which to prem-
ably conducive to undisturbed critical reflection, and from her$
keeps tab on the master minding of the day's guest manager.
Why would the Giants be holding a September school for
managers? Is this a hint that Durocher, despite the new '-
tract, has finally decided to retire in favor of Hollywood, VWwe
he claims princely rewards await his acting talents? Or 1'4
an admission that he can use help in runtining a ball chlb?.- -
You can dismiss the latter sursaise for what it is. Pr gt-
ous. That's the last thing the Dandy Little Manager woule r
admit, a fact which further confuses the significance, ifaMy,
of the move. .
In resigning Durocher. Horace Stoneham, president, aid:
"The Gianhts are a sound ball club." If that's true thy don't
need player help. But obviously they need something. What?
Of course, Stoneham's words contradict his action. If the
Giants were sound they couldn't have collapsed unless they were
poorly managed, and rewarding a poor manager with a two-
year contract is curious procedure, even for Stoneham.
Actually, the Giants were overrated and poorly managed.
Duroqher's failure to stand firm in the face of Dart's rfusal to
make the shift to second la spring camp cost him prestige and
respect, the insidious effect of which grew rather that diminish-
ed as the season advanced.
Up to this season IndecdAlon had never been a Durocher im-
perfection. Hence it was startling to hear, his explanation, viA
one of his aides, for stickifg with Jim Hearn after seven success.
sive knockouts:
"Hell sulk if I put him In the bullpen."
Durocher's admirers claim for him boundless virtues and
skills, no doubt with justification, but I don't seem to recall
hearing wet nursing or pampering ballplayers was one of them.
Sal Maglie andLarry Jensen were pitching disappointments,
not unusual in aging pitchers, but Ruben Geme* and 'Al Wor-
thington were in a degree compensating factors. Hoyt Wilhelm.
was productive until the rubber in his arm, due to truck-horse
chores, snapped.
To a suggestion the young reliever was being worked too
often Durocher agreed, but explained: "He always *ants to
Aren't there times when a manager's judgment, soaked in
years of wisdom and experience, should prevail over a player's,
especially if he's young. eager and impulsive?
Durocher remains controversial. I do not always write a-
bout him with unrestrained idolatry and the mail response is
often wrathful. There is reason to suspect he is more disliked
than liked in the Big Town, yet what followers he has are stanch
and vehement.
Because his one notable gift as a manager Is his ability to
get the maximum out of a contender he is next to worthless with
a team that is falling apart and critically in need of refurbish-
ment, and for that reason he is the worst possible manager for.
the Giants in their present state.
He lacks the patience to teach, there is doubt that he is a
sound judge of ability, his record does not describe him as an!
understanding handler of. pitchers and his temperament Is such
that if he doesn't have a pennant chance his ardot pal .
Instead of such nonsense as a manager's school at This time
-of the year, Owner Stoneham should direct.that every available
farm hand who figures In the Giants' future to brought in for -
inspection and trial under big league fire.
He should permit Durocher to return to the luxury of hiso
Hollywood pool, put the squad in the hands of some one like
Carl Hubbell or Freddie Fitzsimmons and start iimiediate spade
work for '54. In this way an early line could be had on the farm.
hands, and since Durocher habitually carries 1 ring-training
experiments into July the manager himself would profit thereby./
Maybe he'd have his lineup picked by June 30th.
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Of Grid Squad

that Gene couldn't make the
gale. This is not the case. As
i matter of fact, two centers
could be used these,two 'igers
a o evenly matched that n b ot
tirveess. One or the othf had
Pto.e moved, and coach Palumbo
thought it would bnu et eaorthe
teaN If McGauehy shifted to
s an~d.,W thereby provide exta
prW In the line. -
But make no mistake... tiPal.
r M1.%o'a staring teanm can. hold
sot W-ithout. injuries this year,
the C-8 T8ge)ts will be a tough
oustomler for any opposition.


Jody Roberson,

Voted Captain

As goes BI "Jody"
g6 goes Oristobal Higth fiqlooi'
that one sentence
ums up Crfstobal i
igh ambion for a
ship in this yar' it
tle football competition.
" Thi Tig er l llback, returned
Sfterhavtnt won letter Iin both
'the 1951 and.052 campaips, I
'Cristobal High's only real "tripl
threat" man and -has been.
sto years eone of the rmt mi-
portant personalities *in their
constant undying 'efodrtowarda
evasive run on dtce
tosses more often than not find
their mark, and sehn "bbotig"
time comes aroufti,a*Ain Jody's
services are ealed Wo A
rendered accuraterf.
In the .1951 OAhltmn, oam-
Jaign Jody hobWrs won a
"first-string" berth wler onle a
Sophomore In Hd ecool atd
last year his perfo$an-t
so outstanding that.)t sealed tor
him a close second imer
Bryant -for Cristob#l'snoet -
uable player. Cl.o tino the
fact that several ran Ver-
foriersin f their senior year were
being considered for that award.
it was oulte an achle'oVement for
Jody, only in his Junor yesr,
and after only one year's experi-
Rioberson's pigskti abilities
were given due recognition lats
Tuesday when his tea -mates
selected him. almost unabimofsp-
ly 8 team captain. .Tody receiv-
ed 3g out of a, possible 44 votes
for the position.
"Teso nidler' looked tho at hen
When Jamboree timie ollq a*
round on Oct. 2 at Mt. Hope Sta-
dtt offlcialni' irkhint the o-
nenite of th9 Football season. 0
newA but effective, nilayer wil
be roaming the field from an end'
"Topoer" Didler. h lgiierp withi
early epson Inibries in 1952. had
very Itt0+ opnortuniltv to show
his abilities. BHlt as this year's
workout rogressa. Didler seems
a red of openly r the seaon
holding down an end .ouition for
the TigerS. Not only has Topper
shown. excepotinal loot power
on the defensive, but he has also
convinced eoach Palumboof his
ability to snag pases with "glue
fingers." thereby earning for
himself a starting berth with the
Blue and Gold. K.
At 165 Pounds, Didler Is 1$
pounds-over his 1992 weight, and.
appears to be as sound as a f14'-
41esa.d readyot arouhcam-
paign towards w~nnig for Vrif. r
of the coveted trophy.'d
Some mimOldai6anding from
outside observers, `eems to have
arisen from t-.e provloua. story
o nthe 'CB Tfter .statlpg that
John ,Sptotta had. taken ver at
shifted to. guard. The generaW
consensus of opnlion seen to be

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Dalys adds financial problems to the anage physala
"A manager is lucky to hold 10 cets o0 eUry dlar S
from a fight, he explains., "Thoe on the ou e do not re
the staggering cost of parring partners a training camp, enter-
tainment, good will and scores of mlseeliAneous t.IM."'
The flight manager Is a patsy ot the sad- news. tta Daly.
'"The manager in other SOrts- ba, tootbalBabketl
and the rest-doesp't seem ob41at lan that wy.7 ott
"But it a boxing man is a lItto lMW ano the dsM w ben bt
check's dropped on the table, he's marked a.a i-a n
The od14 phrase, -You cant take it with you,' s am- Uh
fot the fight manager. -He knows Brink's a ored tacks w14
not be required for hiM funeral proceWion."
Daly might have listed other occupational hazards of the
fight manager beses blimblgi up and down ring stairs, th
principal ones being scouting money, taking his cut of t'
"and lying awake nights 9 coming up 10w way" of gyptdg ntt
athlete.'-. .,

Thinftgl are rapidly getting worse. too. t teseerf
of The Rin. reports tlat good fighters are as "er
\as thev are In- this COMMt. .. .. ,
Ivent the .amateur is groWM lo of the oar
were SQ per elt fewer s this lyea, 9
little or nothing in sight r low*l"y, med no o06r "m
younaters into the beak butinggame.'
lloyd Patterson won the plpc Games' gt-heyi
chm ship ws a build-up on hvotGtr."I
there y lad ing for c tive eanuto afte,. alf
doten ats a profesional nd La Starea is get1i
.first decent championulip. We .m recently boxed or
ft the elhyo pugilIst i. getting fe Jb and stiailg to It
anae s Wa y aulo have to to work.
anagWe lpwy 010 hreto ge.te ~.re.

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xqg& speal. MI~r >- .;,^
CHICAO, ept. 1.-In a heart-wrlinilk place in the Intire
atiOnal B6tag Ae, BUill Daly o4scuag hp "nerve-wrack.
Ing" buit"of a glng fighter. i I -
Da Wold y ohge'Jhe u aea' logan, sla ca.t hutl
Ui," to qTbwy.an i0urt Kol." -
He strew" the polvnwt rif members in O tm ofi
the Ihte xi G Oulfd suffer when tht N et
It = tr* toll on the' brabt I ,'1 say the
Paterson S. J., chaiaot et who had Low SaVold; te ormqd bar-'
keep, anan tcup,
Heart. t6Ruble seetnato be an osoupatonmal daea* ef th6
man who gudes ,Uer and doe t
D l pmt ouf at Jimmy (a) Aoffd an-
oteer HOart .aak -.*tching Rolabd La Btauu tt for moen
er" yelle oeuhteehio was utmilbrly ta bfone.
Man Walcott'last fight; but the Camden raeutoo ewai'ahatd'M
a thee'Chase Naonal Bank pikflor U *bh r .000 muwantew.
DAIY recalls that Ji V Johns ; Bddle Joe Jacobi, Scot,
ty Monteith, Charley1ook, Low Diamond, Mi Valentine aa
Joe Malopne were fatally urte".

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ill Cunninghdai, Skeet & Trap
Manager of the.Balboa Gun Club
rrige, announces, that a 75 bird
skeet shoot will be held to-
morrow starting at 1:45. This
wll be a Lewis type shoot with
two 'classes.
Top shooters will be happy to
learn that that the.prize or top
gup it bdth classes "1ll be two
(2) cases of beer, so let's get
those pencils out boys!
- .Over the past few months
events at the skeet range have
been few in number, but every-
o4e has managed to have en-
joyed them and. those who have
continued to attend the regular
.Baturday afternoon shoo have
also had an enjoyable time
shooting. arid' changing words
with, each other.
Latest, iea from the fteld,
Overhead by thiS reporter, -Is
that Manager (ipple Toea
Cunnintham and family plan to
spend 30 days In the good old
Estados Unldos., Pappy Norton
has now becomee .-an expert in
removing louvers (in order to be
permitted to attend the SatisUr
dAy afternoon shoots). Obl Ed
Mesh broke a.nheat 25 straight
with his Over Under last week,
he teamed 1ith d Francis,.;
they found .two good friends to
buy the Ieur trt Diette, is now
m06" tftoma i tltch o t 4V r
Inula'ed 'iiouka1 itok -,,at- 60t
shootc... beard he out in a
uhseAe ca" to fp1
leuioii fiW reollvlng the Iouvers
from his quarters... t
-e 'dart and 71 TasIA n rad
behltb frea the Orand Anerican;
1ebut T 2bu4l11dx bing'-Z
job.. nice e oi nglllal
We certainly at* looking for-
ward to a big crowd on Satut-
day, I's been such j lng time
since the entire gan tis .been
together. Be sure to bring your
410 for that kind of skeet.
promise I won buy (I' hope),
but I'll be there...


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St. Louis 010 400 3. 11 1
New Yokk 010 000. 1 4 1
Larsen (7-11) and MoM. Me-
Donald (9-7), Miller, Xunva and
Detroit 010 0 000-1 1
Boatam 00 600t 0-xI 0 o
Oarver (11-I and Ducha.
Hudson (8-0), Knlder and White.
Chicago 000 100 100-2 9 1
Wah.. 0 0Ol-3 8 0

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Byrd, Martn (10-11), sewsom
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BroIklyn 19 ,
llwaukee 57 5 MM0
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who attend U..8. rt hools on
the A .laniM side,. ho a too
old for the Little al oueb and
not yet redt el t h S hool or
T ela 8 ht Le au plea.
Last 1 y ff. 24Mas om-
iiarita ul u
and Motta. It I4 4 gattJhe
tame teams wll h.eetomened
urged to attend, es althose
parents having' boy o eible to
The poaere are asked ,t to
tend this mIt a o avt the
s em of a e... arl be
taken un. A meetns R all ulay-,

Paihfi Fo PWGA

PWOA tournament being held
tomorrow at Fort Davis. 'Oolf
Club, are as follows:

Winnie Scott.

9:10-Betty Coleman
S'Maguste Holland

One Shoulder Is
Enough .or B ker
tou ANOLE8s, sepMolW

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Sin the celebra-.
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ra and in center

Tie Ancor On
Brves' Motion
"LWAU CE, 8ept. 18 (NEA)
- At. a National League. smeet-
ing tn Cncinti last July, the
Braves. proposed that the rule
reqUiril a unanimous vote be-
fore cub can move -ti fran-
chise f-rm one city to, another
be chAnged to make i three-
fourthb vote all that would be
neces ry.
The motion wau rejected.
One club owner, re-nmbering
how the Brave have struck It
rich. 'i Milwaikee, slnce they
moved out. w *oston sat In
stunned silence then turned to
BraVesa Preeldent Lou PeriniL
'Fro heaven'a sake, Lou," he
aked wee do ou figure an
gotng Kt5r t'

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Victory Sunday
S..'. World featherweight conten-
der Corky onoales of Denver,
Colorado and Panama Feather-
wle I g h t Champion Federico
Plummer today wound up their
training schedules in excellent
condition for their scheduled
ten-round bout at the Colon A-
rena Sunday night.
Reports Indicate that both
battlers are Intent on winning
by a knoekout. This means
tat the fighters are expected
to throw caution "to the wind"
and is mare to produce a thril-
ler that will leave the fans
An impressive victory for eith-
er Plummer or Gonzales will as-
sure the winner an important
match In the near future.
The early demand for tick-.
ets indicate that a sellout ii in
the making. Ducats may be
obtained at the Manhattan
Bar on Front Street Colon, the
Colon Arena or rmoter En-
rique Martin's ome Tel.
271-A Colon.
The supporting card Includes
card includes two six-rounders
and a four.round preliminary.
Rodolfo Ampbdia tackles steadi-
ly improving Victor Asprilla in
the 118-pound semifinal, Pan-
ama Ray Robinson meets Chico
Anderson in the 126-pound six-
Sround "special" and Battlng
(Nith Tekep"ht) Siki and Joe Sande will slug it
out in the four-round prelim.

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Carl Erskine Notches 20th

For First Time_In Career

NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP)- homer, his 13th to give
World Series starter Carl Erskine Red flo a 2-1 vIctory evww' h
proudly observed his first 20- trait On the five-hit
victory season today and the of BIl Hudson. Ellis Klur
Dodgers had an even 100 tri- got a chance to reliee 3d*
umpha because once again some- eon in the ninth- and t4- a
body had that typical Brooklyn new sll-time Ameriean Leag8f
"clutch touch." mark for appbaranees. by *
This time It was Wayne Bel- pitcher, 67. In one season. -N
ardi, who delivered a two-run previously held the mark
single In a three-run ninth relievers, 46.'
inning rally as the Dodgers Bob Porterfield notched
topped the Cardinals 4-3 in a 21st victory of the season In
game it appeared Erskine was 3-2 victory over the White-.
destined to lose. to make the Yankee castoff the
The Yankees. operating with a Senators' biggest stigje see
lir.eup laden with substitutes, winner since 1938, and theo a*
suffered a 7-1 loss to the Browns dians, shaded the A's. 5-4, IJ
as Don Larsen held them to four night games.
hits for his fifth straight tri- Porterfield. yielding nine .ki
umph. St. Louis wrapped up the in outpitching .Billy Piere-r
triumph with four runs in the Washington's biggest wianEar
fourth off Jim McDonald as since Alvin Crowder won .36
John Groth tripled and Les frames and Earl WhiteilUl w
Moss. Bob Young, Larsen and 22 for the pennant winners of.
Dick Kryhoski hit singles. Kry- years ago. Wayne Te
hoski drove in two runs with two eighth-inning single prodAe.4
hits. the winning run after a ham'r
The fourth place Phllies again by Jim Rivera tied the score ma
moved to within half a game of the top half of the Inning. .
the third place Cardinals by Art Houtteman gained hs
clubbing the Cuba 16-4 as they victory in his last six 4ecWa-
pounded out 18 hits off five for Cleveland, when a H Mank J j
pitchers. Gran Hamner drove In eski's eighth-Inning f IsWa.
four runs as he hit his 21st Jim Hegan with the ds Tv ril.
homer and a single, while Willie -
Jones and Richie Ashburn each YESTERDAY' 8T .T-
drove in three runs. Jones had Williams of the BdleR,4
four hits. two-ran homer pme a
Ted Williams hit a two-run victory over DAoilt.

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MAN OF THE OU 10R Cay t man
Ydrk Yankees, id tossed tnto the la~i mem
after the Yankees set a new Ametleam Leagu
ming their fifth straight penna4t. arlpatin
tion are club e-xedtives Daf To 'ptg (left)
(right, glasses). A right Is catch Yogi Ber
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Try To Counter

Adlai's Speech

CHICAGO. Sept. 18 (UP) -
Republicans offered today to
make foreign policy a 1954 cam-
pagn issue with a charge that
Democrats would take an "ap-
peasement" line on Communism.
The "appeasement" charge was
hurled by Sen. Homer Ferguson
of Michigan, keynote speaker at
a meeting billed as the GOP re-
Sponse to a Democratic conclave
here earlier this week which
ticked off next year's Congres-
sional campaign.
Ferguson, filling in for GOP
national chairman Leonard W.
Hall who is ill, raid Adlai E.
Stevenson advocated "softness'
toward Communism in a
speech at the close of the
Democratic meeting in which
he urged a new try at peace
and disarmament with Russia.
In addition to Ferguson as
their keynoter and two cabinet
members Postmaster General
Arthur E. Summerfleld and In-
lterior Secretary Douglas McKay
i -Republicans held a faint hope
S tht President Eisenhower will
drop into their meeting of more
than 1000 women from 18 Mid-
western and Southern states.
The President is due to stop
briefly at Chicago airport Satur-
y en route to Washington
from his Denver vacation. He
plans to send a greeting to the
Some Republicans urged that
he make a personal appearance
and snow under the headlines
the Democrats got out of their
' two-day meeting.
Ferguson based his "appease-
ment" charge against Steven-
sea on the fact that the 1952
democratic Presidential candi-
date described the conference
room as "the door to peace"
A.nd advocated talks with Rus-
ala "when we can" and "where
we can."
"Stevenson in effect is urging
Us to meet at every opportunity
whether it be on the Commu-
lats' terms or our own," Fergu-
on protested.
+'This shows such a vast mis-
understanding, such a lack of
comprehension of the nature of
Communism, that it is almost

Farm Price Average

Below Parity Seen

Alfer 12 Years
For the first time since 1941
farm prices this year will aver-
age less than parity, the legally-
defined "fair" level, agriculture
officials predicted today.
Farmers prices have averaged
about 94 per cent of parity dur-
ing the first eight months of
Agriculture department of-
ficials, who declined to be quot-
ed by name, said they foresaw
Bo price upturn great enough to
bring the annual average up to
party before the year ends.
Democrats contend the price
statistics carry explosive political
implications. They expressed
confidence at their Chicago
meeting this we6k that they can
make political hay with the farm
issuee in the 1954 congressional
S:iepublican farm belt con-
nsen privately agree that
party will lose ground in
farm belt unless the GOP-
troled Congress next year
t a farm program that will
h..to the farmers' liking. .
Parity is a legal standard that
meuaures the level of farm
dfles required to put them on a
With increased prices farm-
have had to pay for produc-
n and living expense items
lae the base period, 1940-45.
Ar prices sank far below
prty during the 1920's but on
RWanual average they have
1 nated between 111 and 100
eent of parity during the
t. waged 101 per cent of parity


"Let the people know te truth end tee country i s wf ham Uneoln.



Reds Accused Of Intim

POWs Resisting Repa

SEOUL, Sept. 18 (UP) Pres.
dent Syngman Rhee's provost
marshal threatened today to
disrupt the Korean truce agree-
ment by halting the delivery ol
anti-Communist prisoners to
neutral Indian guards.
Lt. Gen. Won Yok Duk, whc
released 25,000, anti-Communllt
Koreans last June on orderTs
from Rhee that delayed the ar-
mistice, accused the Reds of in-
timidating captives resisting re-
Won said he would halt the
turnover of the 2,700 anti-Red
prisoners still in Allied custody
unless the Communists quit
using intimidation. Won said
the Communists had been trying
to force reluctant Chinese to re-
turn home against their will by
threatening reprisals against
their families.
He objected also to the Com-
munist practice of taking the
names and addresses of prison-
ers as they are released to In-
dian guards.
They will remain in Indian
custody for three months, during
which time explainerss" of both
sides 'will attempt to convince
them they should be repatriated
Those who refuse to go homheu

English Dame Swings

For Rat-Poison

Murder Of Widow

MANCHS tg., Sept. 18
(UP) Louisa Merrileld. 46,
died On tee gaows t 0moke-
grimed Strangew P on to-
day for the rat-poison murder
of an 80-year-old widow Who had
befriended her husband and
Alfred Merrifleld, husband and
one-time codefendant of the
condemned woman, waited in
this bustling Industrial city -
free, but in anguished seclusion
-as she walked to the scaffold.
The Merrifields, who were em-
ployed as domestic servants by
Sarah Ann Ricketts, were charg-
ed' with putting rat poison in
her bedtime glass of milk tbe-
cause they couldn't wait to claim
title to the Blackpbol bungalow
she had left them in, her will.

law now requires the gov- l
iim t to support prices of
S* f wheat and four other basic
at 90 per cent of parity. Its
t~ration Dee. 31, 1954, would
l nto operation a system of ARMY PALLBEARERS CARRY
and generally lower sup- Panamanian hero of the Kore
Many OOP congressmen Franklin, while an honor guar(
to extend the high support Wars stands by. The military.
let but the Administration has morning in the Corozal Cemet
*Myet taken a stand on the soldier's father and brother w
Aon. many Ameri

ilTTIE MOE: Bi Ib Iad Md the Iren Car
4 E :I lnad mnIC

- after hearing the "explanations' more troops to Korea trrow
alarm Allied war prisoner of- to reinforce 5,000 st to
Their choice. put down rioting of
Won's statement, Issued at munlit Chinese prithe
f Seoul after he had witnessed neutral repatriation
the transfer of prisoners. *t In- Ipdian custodian .-
dia, village.near hee, did not owners appealed
alar Alied war prisonerof- ment aft violoaf
e;; cSome 1,000 trew
t Itwever, observe* stones at C lt ent
thit Rhee's warning f he when they ra
would turn loose arfi morning for tay
ist prisoners had not ee ato during which m nwill try
too snisld today to lure tem
India decided today :idto lam. .__

Strike iwa es I hre ten

Both France And Ay
B~fn '. rC Anc

PARIS Sept. 1. (UP) A new general ste or Sept. 84 1 an
wave oi threatened e effort to Sthp inm
France today sngry leaders of to relieve l eOa9 =un0mpWy-
both Comtunt an d non-Comn- m0bt.
munist unions denounced the Communist labor bass Olu-
meatrness of wage increases eppe dl Vittorlo announcedthe
granted to 802,000 government strl= e call after conferring with
workers. Christian: Demqcratl a 80.4
The 700,000-man Socialist clallst Union leaders. .
Worker. Force (7.O.), which Di Vittorlo sd the strikewillt
spearheaded last month's crip- atf#ct all tedustry, mAkin
pling (00,0oo00,000 walkout, at- p 60tiaUy the nation's mbot
tacked the government raise as da4*& g walkout since the one
"ridiculous and inaceeptable."' e d InJuy 194, to protest an
The Catholl O.F.T.C. (1 Attemito ll Cammunlst lead- V
000) members called it "lIsf r Palmir. Toglitl. t
client," and the 1,500,000-etron
communist-run C.O.T. called on Factories anl aver Italy have 3
all workers to "Intenslfy their been layi tl off-workers = asas
action." w feoeWS mepsoe and, there
conet'of the .,lon head u&S have been scatted local strkestr
terms called for strikes in te- rtsC
ly, but the discontented comni- took lt
nicatlons workers Indicated Tbe ommunistsstaed a P"o.
which way the irnd was blow- tt walout to ttenorth-
of o.te. econ
Ing5bxt nt a scattered reries eamelty of Turnl -wte second
ofwa kout. or Inuiac" strike there si
SMail and teleeommunlcatlons 04o' days bu te Christat
workers, who s t a ft e d last Demoerts and SocIallots refused
month's strikes, stopped worw to support it for feur f1spoilIng
one to four hours In Paris, Mar- the effect of. next Thurdays
seilles. Toulouse and three oth- "general strike."
er cities. The Thursday walkout is timed
The unions planned to wait to occur threat d.Y after parlia-
until October before renewing ment turns from its summer
their offensive. First they will vacation, with the apparent in-
see what they can get at Tues- ntion: of putting pressure on
day's meeting of the collective te lawmakers.
bargaining commission. By Oct. In additionto protesting lay-
6, the national assembly will be Offs, strikes have been
in session, and a strike will have au por union de-
direct political repercussions a- ,as* ('t"i.n*
ganst Premier JeephLnlf. ^.-nn '-
right-wnor government. .*
Meanwhile Italy's three main aI r1 Mlh I upset tMe
labor unions ordered st -hour P i n albty f Italy's


Of Oft Worker s
a WarSept. 18 (UP)
Sk expert thinks
the 1I becoming "'
nation workers."
can are turning
out 17 pieces of -
"apr ot of $$5,,-
A it~ he said, isn-
1 ,g ent of all bank
a vnspany e a oy-
es spend their me shufl
papers sd of b in n
new bUI S Lemhy added t
there are two factory
workers P flee worker-
a 100 per O Increase in the
past 30
To a on unnecessary

tacture osof paper,
0i forms.
U..ne men to

THE FLAG-DRAPXD coffin of ia ovla operations.
Ban War, Pvt. 1/6 Benjamin A.
d from the Veterans of Foreign
services were held yesterday
ery. In attendance besides the
,ere over 100 people, including
can civilians.

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Net aboUt 00 miles southeast

WI lM 'The Bureau said the storm
... was moving northeut at a to
S Y 40 miles an hour with +a*te
SIhitting 90 to 95 miles and hour
ifa lthe center. Winds of ale
forot extelided outward Si
miles from the center.
$ "indications are for continued
northeast movement atabout
Sthe same rate of speed (8to
miles an hour) with some de-
creme in strong Winds but with
tpereasing area of Gales," a
tn to n -M Bureau advisory Mid.
SThe Bureau advised shipping
The Chinese refused to m4 the storm's path to exercise
andian ped of an When Edna passed Bermuda
an r*pod ad
tags. Onceinside t e a airl, y today, wlnd up tq130
they.. abseamed ailt adle hour ripped o r
Comnmunit agentu' and telephones .nes a W- -
Lat In the day, asthe Redsed
motors out of camp, the Oughout the 19-agu
antiCmunist prisoners again British Holiday island,0 1o
threw stones at them, and deaths or serious lnjUriee werts
screamed "Death to the Corn- reported.
The up nrest had been building WYUgolW W
up ieea the Indians opened, the
ca -ear Panmunjom and the
(lrgantl-Commninst prisoners, 'iers Oni /
MT- ericans had protested Treste IsS "
to thkqteutral commission that
the d "o!eorvers'* and "cor-
ti sMU1 were intmidth

Premler Jawaharlal Nehru of @ .W4 ren l
n4a admitted In parliamenOt oU to
that tme Indian custodial dele- ,
atloR Whad run into "considbr- Amo tb T
ble ,fl es" in dealing with that DOW
the p1hsrs a not ew
SAhehow passions have been, the
aroue d mig. the risoners, a
and -UL notPaFlula easy to
,e*1 ,thh e,- h sai. .
Wtgseft ommunist, "erre-
iFiden ta"sbowed p at the In- et to
camp today regardless of a
ule lImiting the mhumber of
eysmen representing
bo five. The Bedub.Man
they had not received
the new rule.
O the Allied uIde, r thitwo the-tw&n 1s
SOO south Krem to 30
ao-Koreans a
K turned on 8
s1o o~qDv rto
why they should go home. ....... p.

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