The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01726
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01726
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American soldiers who wf .reported to have
dowa repatriation refused tday to believe thae
sons hove enmbracd Communism.
Some dosinJed comment, and one mother wsol am
had detected: change in attitude of her 6rison
in the letters be wrote her.
But the anneongement of Peiping radio that 2
merncons captured r*ring the Korean War do not
to come home generally evoked disbelief.
Mrs. Howard L Bush, Mariet- th same camp, about /
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Sgt. Seott L. Rush, "wants to A sater of Pfe. Jame 0 .
come home." erns, andergit .
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w Cit3,g Okla.. said she was certain oNams of the me
A m her son. Prc. Samuel D. Hawkins. aannced offtllhly.
lion Army mrmw9as stenmed to a C communist in ms tent tive e tflca
nerve one *rIn the pentr- I think they have those pris- Deptab t lis nwth
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i n triet coute ed come home." planaton of their
Ioap J L. .. the Pan- Neighbors said Dickenson was Prisvileg and "every
a ~orTLern amtnra aSs da withdrew a "aoo r arm b. b tothaMrs their mlnS"
t of 500 rebi, al lt not guilty eay to persuade. HU mo their t~v refut rmuoatriait.ion.
S conmande. of and t t lIa of ullty A i he Ie t the seventh said. the "probbly wl.be
Job alrea rtedd the session and 1*la the 1eon 1*In sd as dseartas."
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ere wonAVertdwthre seti n d where as o &- snC wee Chn eeN
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he w' ,,ra, d and saes- ,she said Another ,.bIWer, ,, .be
rm man.rWe we. -oe Included ant d her that. Treneson ed 0 e
of Jay.the other housne-e turned aai trom n thehis bu*ddrie en es
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onieN "prpeai. IS 17 CaMta% AVINUP *BETWEEN it 13aI NB -N IST u uWR
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sIx UeIt,. II ADVANCE- a 0o / '
BWOM fS VAl iman *L ""lV aAs l4 By letter Riel /
hower now nl personally direct-
ing the strategy of heading off
H E MLAand his administration a prls-
oners of a greedy few" business
--- c tycoons. .
HOUSING. TAXES AND PENSIONS Itwho asked Ve-President Dicksef
.Coco Solito, C.Z. Nixon to fly to the AFL's 72nd .
rs: convention here and tell its
M* r. Cyrano wrote a very interesting letter and it is hoped leaders inrivate breakfast and h
bur Waabington Investigators will reed it. I'm afraid, though, lunehek sessions that the res-
that thf writer did not realize tnat he contraoiidtf himseh and ignition of Marty Durkin will
that there was a point or two in his suggestions that he over- not turn the White House anti-
looked. labor
vnom did he mean should live in Panama 9t the local raters? labor.isnhower told Nixon to
Aud who should live in the Zone and own their own homes? pass on wbrd thatthe famous
Did he mean the local rater who becomes a supervisor an revisions of the Taft-Hartley law
ftne holding US civil service ratings are to live in the Zone with are still very much under con-
ei rest going into Panama?deaton and that compro-
T, There is no doubt about it, we are entirely overloaded with mise deal cap be wbrked out.
lcal raters, but only if a much higher rent for the Canal is given After all, Ike told Nixon there
VAs-te public, which they most certainly should have, can we send was considerable agreement ti n-
tiese people on into Panama. wade the White House before .
,More housing Is needed there, and itf we US citizens or Wash- "urkin quit.
. Aton were smarter we would helo to ease the Republic's housing In the conveisatiemsbetwe
4ltuation now. We throw money around in Europe or Asia, why Elsenhower and tla Vice-hte s-
*ot. little more In Panama where we have pur Canal. Only Ident the ssme of Harol '
then, these people should live in Panama. Stamen eame up frequOptl
Cyrano states the local rater should pay an Income tax to uceasWer to Durkia In the La-
e US. He should pay that to the Republic, as the Zone is bor Secretary eabipet spat.
public soil. And if he lives in the Republic, he, surely should. Both Nixon and the President .
3 we took taxes from every foreign person Workl"g on our for- were for the apnolntIent,. but
Sgln installations then they would have a right to become a 'Ut were not certain whether Stua-
tizen. Where would our Immigration laws-be then? sen coti be ripped out of tl
Then I wonder It anyone ever heard of a foreign country forin ooeratlont administra-
Vhich ever gave a US citizen a monthly government check. The tive (MBA) post Just yet. That
Rlea of giving monthly pensions because one hls found work. ill donend on whether or 'lot
under Uncle Sam is ridiculous. A bonus? Probably yes. this activity abroa will be. cut.
I tual pay? Our government would be the first to say why back even more m t hlnt. fe .
to the expense of sending so many US citizens so far away it weeks, .
e local people get the same wage. Remember, they do not Stswen Ia nn stranter to the ., -
alIe they sit In their steam-heated offices that the natives I-bor leaders. He. was with Mr.
b the tropics are forgetful and slow-moving due to the tropical Eilenhower when the President.
other and through no iault of their own. He does not know us a candlidte. lunched with the _
t..bhey have learned their work In Just the last eight to 15 AFL executl"e council lust a year ,. .
since we have "gone on our expensive educational program po at the federation' eAonven- -- ----- .
e. tion In New York. At that time, .y
Iinember our present government Is out to save money ad tostas en wos Ynonder.i th1101- tl
aanuape for themselves. They do not care about the *,W0 aon with te labor :men and the
eliSens ddWn here in the Zone. Elr*nower heatqvorterl : I l
While k re rrely should think of ourselves and our country ke'. 'tratevv In Mvh* his .
1at 'all times we should consider the Republic's feelings on Vice-Prealtdeot It to have Nix-
of our country's problems draw ti llhtning from .
of our oMus problems -- Mie .H. M. C. himself and the. WMhte Hone ,. .
(The lady who has Jungle animals 'washed In her tubs.) _--., Niron i Werfetlly agree- ' ..
able toT AN EL able to ta"e the ot shots. Ap- 8IDI BEL ABB t, Algerti-Ever stlnawr a Jeep Ol
QUESTION AND REPLY parelthitte strategy suee4* "Beau Gaste' .ass Lid -hf ha sOm latri1t -co
Balboa, C. Z. ed. at lewt for a while. The urge to pay a ia o lp.. M the bhom the "iJ Stes
powerful Tespters Brother- Legiorl, flr no other 1 than to. a e w I.lt tWft&.dtet.
It'has been noted In reading the "Mail Box" thLt.po cbt- hood. led by DPve Beck. *.s -. ke, I lot f ti expected, but It On. tt a it
itso have been printed by you concerning the current negotis- neelinc .Ni.m but woerknti L-Sot what i .. ." -0 RSotly' he It'
Wit.A revised treaty between the U.S. and Panama.' with Eisenhbwer behind the Ab-111 s, flot A] -BU._t cHan. la" "talbrit_ i_
W .*.1 It because there have been no comments submitted to you -ot noh't $rpe Ones r e li
.i bliceattip -.or is it possibly because such contributions are And nowhere in Geoge.' Mea L I IaWsh Tae' slo fl tice; M b and Very
,ithheId by you and not printed? nv's opening deeh. his t irob- t m .y a laano y nB -. Ua Mb
- y the way what la the motto of your newspaper again? bing debut a reident-cbair: Vmte.
h- Curious "ian of an APL convention. w A:.Iot of -them..*res o ~ "s. lsons i a;_..
M Would you mind printing this -together with your an there pn attack on President lls- Tnar h091 and founIed
nia nwer Mean tet T he tw debn look Ilk
4Ediltt's Note: U you read The Panama Amerlea usness and conres but not
AA -24 you sant4 anmest a full solum of The Mail %ih 'in a dramatically set speech WItw Iti t FAi
NSi eoeta 5 to LU headed "Reponse to W We early' poening hours. '
Si" by aa l whe signed bimfR "US Da Alk L. chieft poke most e
UfS tim" Ot lette have disesaed different Wo f 99t. with hil eyes on one
of the Isses.) s 'Pk.nt-ilfe delegate sitting at T. E
""'th him. The delegate's name WMI2 tc pa Th h aMl
;1 prUn Durkwin. o Tra.ee" stlif the wt ive
ASK FOR The oliUtcal nature of this old buMp-bak l kett
S"cntion is reflected by the tv eas havd. ed by 0.
"ner in which the APL lead- wander who ta rdl, Ve, p t( ate '
Si have surrounded Nixon, by oI. snata wlaw t.,
d in the ou3 the way. Durkin speaks the aft- InUteii Oor. te ma But
Srroon before the veeno nd Har. per. 6i.l theW' d.tie Rla
ry Truman the next day. franos a month, or the equialent ot t ilh
There is no doUbt that George bucks. A'Coul*t I
it 6 '. eany will continue to blast II h.'aghtilat g ee.-, aa- f ic j
1i q 0li t' Congress and big business, but makes three tinme thas t hh i .outa h
he wants no real knock-down black.tobaeco r ad hl Iter ; .btI -I e
or, fight with the President r ght he lives better anO e tho sae ais the tra
Snow for a very good reason. day
Behind theAcenes of this tense He eomp av 'and. reacefo
US Lcohentionthe AFL isplit down ungarlans ,a n -A' dra" trod a11
the middle with several of the echa a way I. I..r 1
S.Owerful unions opposed to Mea. e Just etha"g l o eJ t1 U.inrea
S ly. This opposition is led by the 'il"rr$s rcam. &Ft
ned iw 1 eawe-ters president, bave tIood c"rene, still B ii'cted our
/ei ,"k, eadlv one of the two met nd from w')ceM me i.Voun .,which I on I p
Scotch Whiskies :- ." men t ths gtth r- Iil '"""' -"st ,.tW
-at of : --."S. r ,fs. l!- ^'
ft'L Y's opening speech '"nt.of F"..
.I.e __-n o w lA F L c chief took a sw ipe :,nt.l. T a ... 1^ I, .
____________ Dteesb, which reems to me to
heAs Sec u. thou not as
'iJe-Z~moment as whennJohn
s 5. e 'gged big Bill Hutch- U .
on a$ AFT's 1935 conven- '

on, thL launching the CIO.. r

e fSf ie t I tyo It's th diocumetd wa~Ol ,.beefob psv ta

"CAPRICHO E PA wm L "This nutatlon (the AlL wit th .oumeneai ida"
'VITH 10 PROFESSORS AND 3 SfNGERS! ws S not 'edrbattble .topd
Plus: THE RELEA8E PICTUREI .vi war tnsldi n outside of I"t
"- "NO ESCAPE" with Lew Ayres squandering h ofe iorn ye
sands of dollars of trade un-mn
money in a battle# for a few meor. U
bers on the o that trade
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Latin American Womn Showing
Vore latrest In World Events

h woldWASEMNGTON, Igpt. 25 (U=IS) this month at Asuncion, Parm-
A.i,. $4 -Latin Am.rla. wom a s.
d' oGInatr.na- She explained that cutom has
pop its joining kept women confined to home-
d wOmmakobutAs mo re and more
S.Luz lt, Thte will become active In club-
Mexican work and politics like women of
br rnd aWAf USthewU.S.
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rdSgcah- admired North American womn-
I lorth AmerlkpA n of Cul- en," said Dr. Grovas. "They be-
of long to so many organization
.nve to o t of the yet take good care in managing
.;itniIver- their homes."
I nb. h rld Mexia Dr. Groves visiting schools
Sh duar- a nd cultural centers In lthe
3+0.ab prdgt"i site* Ws the b blo on nofU *Men. grant" from the US Department
Ia teaching of languages and gth-
a 'Lo. Ls eratlon of Wo ering Information on the man-
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tIt is plesant ta report a hand
Ip which each side Vnaket the
t play: at every turn.' Unfor-
tely, however, few hands
lipllyed that well even in ex-
aSA s'ircles. Today's foo. lb s,
for example, took place in a vert -
famous New York club. Every-
body in the game was an expe-
rienced player, of course, ,and
two of them were well-known,
experts. ,"A- -.'-.
The bidding was flawlt.T "
South got to a very reaonable "-
contract, and should have made!
t. ..
West opened the queen of
clubs, holding the. trick. UIf hel
lad then switched to a trump,;
ae could have made sure of de-i
eating the contract.. West was'
*frald, however, taht South
,the ace of diamonds-in tc"
,case it would be Vital for the de-
'fenders to take all possible ti ks{'
In the black suits,.before givlng
'up the lead.
This was the kind of mistake
that an expert might ,-make.
There was no way for WI to
,know that South had .spade
;strength rather than the.ate of
:diamonds. When West continued
:with the jack of clubs at theI
Second trick, South should have
made his contract. South. how-
ever, found a way to make an'
Sinexoert mistake. I
After ruffing the second round
!Of clubs. South led a trump to.
;dummy ,in order to lead a spade
*towards his own hand.
'When South put up the king
'of spades. West won with the
ace and made no-further mis-
P'-es. He led a sernod round of
t--,nns. thus clearint.out dum-4
toy's last trump. Now South-h bad,
to lose a second' .spade .tick ,In
addition to a diamond and a
South's mistake, of course, is
obvious. After ruffing the sec-
)ond round of clubs. South must
4Immediately lead the king of
:spades. West can take the ace of
iapades and car lead one trym,.
but dummy sth has.a trwmb t9
Aruff the thftd iound of apades.
When officers made a routine
inspection of the Brownsville jail
cell of a prisoner listed as Rob-
ert E. Lee, 32. they found a hole!
had been made in the brick wall
behind his bed. Deputy Sheriff!
Bill Gatliff asked what the hole,
w or. "Oh. I was just trying1
to e bond," Lee replied. I -

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.A . CrnchyPreilsGoWell.after a "petty qureml" and did, and her.
0it s111.m not5remenibr details of smash- gle, was i u
ijgvchy .4Ti Ing in her fAce Vol 1ea w a lie rJlly,.onfessepa cml
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eeda when the clue of the' The** thh argument stAted
17, ai 3.52,wP PWI SANDUSy S A.Yt ed i trae d to a Wh blue he confessed he choked her
l25 ( A wueng 19-year- t, wnamged the vctimcon. was .
n gTho the conetrye or clega a sophomore, ho W W a

whe ,, are thta ose m Roiic in- ne teo. i A ethol fr m^ rc "
-rig "n-- pie," was charged with firotcwie-
SI murder yesterday in e -
ir o e 0f or a and aen Qay belghf par.h oa hls Wh hepr ^ ^* V f h egn *& 1ant coed
0 A ewll 2h (10P --.. A weoothg. N.o. A4419 P lnnamod; the f victim con,,|
O IL *ere room 1W *JI n- d to b PAuthoritoes said isthey would
~ I.. ,b bggCaratl seek de th inr to he electric ir
Saabk wer n opl was charged with eiaglro

s bYoung, aTo- Mt. sts Mr .a e e Mraewd e l a sophomore gnat ho
gnIH oarroilton, MIssOUri, eTeams en wail be -held Madq ag-St 2:30 Wesleyan University at Dela-
.. Iat ':00 p.m.' o ae pe obr
S Aok f The annua l reception for trt o of rte. he atc toro he plan-
iA0 a erh= ut1g wrei lapel Chaew rewiden resA authorities taid the plnroul

a"ae bee-- ia- teI community of Pedro MI g b letters written by the boy to ric
boaNoofa thu ma_ will iS FWwS tes ths-

Y ed r faa- sh ren:e atau0meri. I t l rttry victim, Cynthia A. Pfell,
I;- bxAffatuJBrli'ton.OWL Now Th BRA onrwil be -hod Mapron 4;1 2:30 Wesleyan Universityift Dela--

oL|ag o"07an. to attend BP res eptiN room of tht Pret. oRo Harold Roth said
w"'L = t- in jl!!6oo Thesdr a, Mi rcetionbeor 1P mr VAt atthew e the letters rn inhe aus
t eld t tel the Pe boe M o5"e M Salilg Temorrow Ever use ere v to m pretzel crumbs, e cup granulat- rooming house where the. girl wATCH ES
tiroa'etol. m u Migauel Uni8.n mr.t Vola KIWe, Quart 17, T hey plen to proun i he plW Hn-

tr Ym tbeh ballrm t Club. residents er Mrs. Viola Matthe long- ple crust? So d i d ugar 4 cup mt better stayed in Cleveland. mThe letters
haveAll oeL of the e s tastes gtea rtcy not or margaro e. asked Cynthia to come to Dela- to his
are elated to attepd. lewlboat tomorrow fouian sweet fld eartalnly Wq To make cumb, ratresel ware and warned her not to tell-
M. M F Later she will travel pcede trave between wo layers of wyone she was two months
16arii~ Behessed~lj thei iM-idsm Cjab~~-i.r. at 7:30 P.111. 4 1n e

te tiam ct of the T a S in iner, a big p butter and m thoroughly Roth also said sheriff Earl
: d o UoChwch .wiu meetM os. Pres Atr fm E t-Fla. ror bo the letters were Cound Inty had

of the usPey OctoMie 1, at 9:00 Sa e .. iligTmoriwu Creamu torn and t les of gtcup greasedr found three letters in tchinagle's
t a llremC. M. A the hor of Irs Mg. Matthews lived -the u-Inch pie ate. in hot room from a gin rl identified onlyetters
Jacfct neeaeDanie will bertt' eo-Amb 8 Panama raOnOO to: in u piretel crtops, 'wit makemeii 1 nt- [schinaBe poli ce
Mr, teet Mavr District. Mrs. husbn yex atthie t elate ,, cumbws minutes. wi.t ,'gi with, lemon lege at hen*l, killed.
Sth*es.n* asfo M t w t P blespoon 2 tor ma . asked Cyntha w eek ago last nigh
T 4 T es devot mtna. oft h Oe qhd a l pt x la isl tae s a er at) crean % 9
e .CIWedted tt iiteArbMs.orot sJawe atd 4M.t W To make rciamba, r elsM 1ware nd arned her not too chocolate p.
oCrWi Later she wls travel picked-on will be revio tabet rad- n Melt cho anyone colate pd tshe was two months
bIa; OGnt, Miss Bhever y Ti- Reeeptlen 'eNM e Ambairder bollang. water. Add marshmal- s
Jack oGeau M aervtt, th Ambsrer o Pthrouge butter and mitzel cruR. Ble th aso makid herif Earl

? chmrd SweaFt- to uanc.. Ls a heartei-nafe crumbs rola uremeh r with rot lI O r
Aa. o WMlso n Mrs eThe rematt wer ATLANTA. Sept. r (UP) pin bSetwr et layers fSon N ot:-i
tM1,o Unison or ar e L s -e1rf1-isfong the paper).h.ll os

n tm by'sa. Itsa pf d h the past tom and sides of p pan anld let chief's
hijlc t at the ho-- Of Ira M. MYpe e ehosn until frm. When ready toltifd only
whr. Curti Qurters G, Fi -Volan for ye et with iOn pack eeams*c op music b J 0 RC Earolyn" at WittLber Col-
where y DMr te h olate pV the __ guri eCl lay l I w drilsaof chaOcolat.e atru 0.
Pree C rum Prer crht rtur ingle tld police hekiled

C. m s o Oi n and one-quart pCer SfOainog cau Win i

abdrh BS. fTNew Opicrss Fo ehs sesnpceosae. panos in the Bello Vista Salon.
G U Stedate. where they Chagres Baer Autillary 14.7 per cent over the five
pto vacation forfofr w. eks AI a recent meetbnf of thb year period. go.l. YM
InnBouth Carolina and New Chagres River Unit o. 6, A- l 1.
borkR.uf -menW Login Auliliary the Georgia raied Its production 2 ) ails in the Balboa Bor are g \V e I
b Qt rT t officers eleeteAb sUsdd 4bo baby chicks in g.Oatr.Adspec

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geo the United States rdent; Maril tp- l Y
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guest a a chelor The Gambo Woman's Club -
Sa'nlit. evening atis s ponsoring a ,"Johnny Mo- t
thPeg oeMIpd ft Club by aetti" dinner this evening from*. -mu J 0 /
hi, best man, Mr. Tammer 5:00 to 7:00 at 'e Oamboa1 .|
gmpny ushers, Mr. Jack Civic Center.. Tickets are $1.00
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ford iyk TAll ree soiun shM ,-aess EASY WAY TO GET th Belll aVtSo
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bor We Ath- Axli ary 11 w FEA T t f -T IS KL I a- See our Club System.
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3/3 Maboa beds
Woode. yuth beds
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=lvel dank chairs

CLUB... $1.25:
2-Burner kerosene stoves
Mahogany book shelves
Chest o drawer 18 x 386
Latest tyle dinngroom
MF /3 In mmons Inner-spring
* mattress.
Mabpgan~y youth beds
ClUh ff. mahogany
Mabsgaaor desks.

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You Sell'em... When You Tell' em thru P.A. Classifieds!
Lease your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama .
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon

No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-3291. and

Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Household Automobiles
FOR, SALE: 60 cycle 9.2 cu. ft. FOR SALE: -- 1949 Suburban Cary
Generoi iectric refrigerator $250.- All. ew tlee, excallot far com-
00, Magic Chef gas stove. 2 glass merilel. use. ,tor like ow. ScRot
door ovens $250.00, Zenith Trons- y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Can.-
oceanic radio $80.00, Webcor au- trial Ave. Tel. 800. Calon.
tomatic record player $35.00, FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet Belair
ficor fan $30.00, wrought iron 2-door model 7,000 miles, perfect
table wits glass top and matching condition, price $2,000.00 cash.
chairs $75.00. All only used six Call 3-0176.
months, phone 3-0176, Panama. -- with
--.....-"-.... -FOR SALE:-'47 Dodge ConV. with
*OR SALE: Diningroom set, ma- radio and new tires, motor guer-
hegany. Justo Arosemena Avenue anteed. Smt y Hunnicutt S. A.
No. 75, upstairs. e 16th. St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800
:OR SALE-3 piece mop, livingroom Ceen. _____
suite. Mahogany vanity dresser. FOR SALE:-1946 Ford 4 Door Se-
Mahogany China closet. 8131-B, dan. 2044-B, Curundu. Tel. 83-
Margarita 4th. St. 6161. ,
FOR SALE:-Philippine Rattan, two FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Station We-
chairs, chair lounge, end table, n, duty ., now tires, very
$50.00. Piano Beckwith Spinet low miluaf i,., f large family.
$290.00. Cabinets and Shelves, Apply Sm.ot y Hnaicutt S. A.
good for two or hobby rooms and 16th. St. Central Avenue, Tel. 800,
odds & ends tables choirs, juicers, olon.
ice crushers, etc. House 5739, -... .
Diablo.e FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4 door se-
Dibo don. Good condition. 2044-B, Cu-
F~ SALE: 1953 table model, rundu. Tel. 83-6161.
. ..th radio-phonOgraph, Bolleri- .........
'h* dishes. Phone Albrdok 71181. 1 1 .. .... . .
e ishes. Phone Albrok 7181. FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge 4-door.
FOR SALE: -- Bedroom, livingroom mnw point. new tires, beautiful in
and dining set, furniture good and out. Smeet y Hunnicutt S. A.
condition. 49th Street No. 17, lth St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800
phone 3-4408. I Celen.

FOR SALE:-Double beds (complete)
$48:00, Single $31.50. Dressers
$8.00, Rockers $3.50, Buffets $18.
00, Wardrobes $48.00, China
Closets $15.00. Guaranteed a bum-
. er Gas Stove $69.00, Metal tables
$14.00, Straight chairs $2.50,
Kitchen Cabinets $25.00, Arm
choirs $29.00, Sofas $59.00, Van-
ities with stool $39.00, Springs,
$12.50,, new mattresses $16.50,
Cribs (complete) $39.00 and many
other bargains in both new and
used furniture.
Automobile Row No. 41. Tel. 3-4911
J. F. de la Ossao.

FOR SALE:-Frigidoire refrigerator,
S. perfect mechanical condition, $125
Real Host 4-burner gas stove, oven,
4 broiler, perfect mechdnicol condi-
tion, $60.' Maic Chef Gas Stove,
$25. Mahogany spool double bed,
mattress, $65. Mahogany single
bed, mattress, $60. Mahogany
serving table, mahogany buffet,
glassware, Misc. Telephone Pan-
ama 2-3067, after 6 p. m.
FOR SALIE-Mehbgany single bed,
spring and mattress, night table,
extra table, two beinchei, two car-
Pets, ON for $50. HeMise No. 26,
50th St. Phone 2-0027 oer 3-0763.
tOR SALE-:-2 quartermaster steel
W'boAt, "single. Modernized. No
ings, $2.50 each. Call Balboa

FOR SALE:-Bed and mattress, $10;
8 venetian blinds, $50; lamps, $5.
set bamboo. 8512 Compono Road,
Morgarita, 3-2759.

FOR SALE:-Desk, steel, single, with
gloss for top; China closet, ma-
hogony and six dinette chairs
wood. House 8111-A, Margarita.
.FOR SALE:-Furniture. Good condi-
tion, reasonable, also apartrnnt
Available. Panama 3-4004.
FOR SALE:-60 Cycle Philco Refrig-
eratr, livingroom, bedroom, dirette
set and Misc. Portable Singer sew-
ing machine and table. 2530-A,
Cocoli, C. Z.


FOR SALE-1942 Plymouth, recently
overhauled, $175.00. Vista Herme-
so, No. 8, Francisco Filos St.
FOR SALt: Must be seen. 1950
Chevlskt blask, 4-d9**o *on-
jitieed eol through. Smeeot y Hun-
nlcIet S. A. rTth St. Cateral Ave.
Tel. 800 Colon.
FOR SALE:-Pontiac 1952 Hydramo-
tic 6, two door, dark green. 5,000
miles Managcr's private car, per-
fect condition, $2,100 con be fi-
nanced. Panama 2-0620.
FOR SALE:-1952 Hillman Sedan,
duty paid. Coll.Panama 3-3748.
FOR SALE:-1949 luick, Dyneflow,.
redio, seat coven, in very goed
condition, like new. Smoot y Hun-
nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave.
Tel. 800, Colon.
FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury Monte-
rrey. Blue, radio, new tires. Plastic
seat covers. Heater. Calf Curundu
FOR SALE: Hillman Minx, 1952,
$1,100, 8,000 miles, perfect con-
dition. Duty free, financing pos-
sible. Lt. Shore, Novy Pacific. 3212
days, 2295, evenings.

FOR SALE: '42 Chevrolet former
Army Sedan, condition good. Call
Balboa 2-3101.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Minor
Convertible. Low mileage. Perfect
condition. $950. Can be financed.
Call CuI '11 evenlngs- or
Saturday n.4d Sundy, .
Muset sell clean 1947 Nash Coupe,
recently overhauled, good condi-
tion $450. Leaving Isthmus. 1449-
C. Owen St., Balboa, phone 2-
4388. .
FOR SALE:-1953 Plymouth Station
Wagon, metallic blue. Phone Navy
Pacific 3232.'
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet De
Luxe, 4-door sedon, 1,0 months
old, original owner, leaving Isth-
mus. Bargain price. Enquire 390-
A. Colle Lourdes, Corrosqulla
(street opposite on Fernandoi

Orchid Chapter
To Hold Annual

Via Espafip No 34 Panamo. R. P.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. S Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K'" street, corner
telephone 2-3479. Panama.
late at the El Rancho and Boston
Burs, wishes to announce to n;-
friends and clientele that he is now
located at the PAN AMERICAN BAR,
situated at tne corner of Colle Estu-
diante and 'K' Street, where -he is
ready tb serve one and all. Special
prices wll be given On all Mixeo
Drinks, between 5:00 p. m. and 7:00
p.m. These drinks will go at half
price Army, Navy and Air Force
personnel welcome! Ever-smiling
George Boston, your favorite barten-
der will be on hand to greet you.
PANAMA-MEXICO one way $105.
25 round trip $179.25 (15 day
limit) $165, good one year; to
LOS ANGELES one way $179.50.
round trip $312.89 (90 day limit).
Ponama Dispatch Service. 36 Ave-
nida Nacionol (Automobile Row).
Fel. Panama 2-1655.
FOR SALE:-Stereo Realist Camera,
flash, viewer, money extras. Pro-
jecticn screen, 70 x 70. Take
$160.00. Loss. E. Duke, Diablo
FOR SALE:-Silvertone ebonite clar-
inet (new). 25 cycle record chang-
er, ladies wool coat, beige, size
18. 2-4137, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Office furniture, nearly
new, locally made mahogany con-
sisting of Executive desk, secreta-
rial desk, two swivel 'chairs, four
regular chairs, bookcase and four
tables. Also steel file cabinet with
safe and storage compartment,
floor type air circulator and miscel-
laneous office supplies. Very rea-
sonable for immediate sale. Call 2-
5444 between 9 and 5 or come of-
fice .No. 12, Palacio Arzobispol.
FOR SALE:-10% to 20% discount
in all Onfbt 'M bleoe"teofrstone.
only this month, and special granite
for Mt. Hcoe and Corozal.
Sponarnp han4 2-2656

Would like to contact Mr. Hugh
White. Anyone knowing of his
whereabouts please Tel. 2-4769 or
or write Box 1879 Panama.
Help Wanted
WANTED:--Cook, nursemaid. Ar-
boix Bldg. Apt. 6, 5th. St., Co-
lon, R. P.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-One 1-4 H.P. motor 25
cycle. One 1-3 H.P. motor 25
cycle. One 6.5 cu. ft. Coldspot 25
cycle Ice Box, used as dry locker
for food. Evenings call Cristobal 3-
FOR SALE':-Evinrude outboard mo-
tor. Call Albrook 86-5219.

Army Personnel

his Ilsrucion
In Mannalmad

10,059 Mel6nd% Ave.-Phone 356. C1o6

"H" Stieet on #r studlatte t.L
Phones 3-2334 a 2-2198

Gramlich Santo Crw4 ue *
togo E. r sei. Automobiles
Gamboa; 4-67. Pedro I -
Phillips, Oee lde Iottg 3101 i110
09%re. =4*415. t; olbea L __
Panama 3.1"77, Cristlbol 317.
Houses on beach. Santo Clar. Also
in COOL Campona mountains
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 1i89 i i9
or see carf taker there., ... I
Foster's Cottage, One *ile post l
Santo Clara. Please brln your i
linens, Phone Balbo 2a 4 I
WILLIAMS' Santo Cloro eech Cot-
toges. Large. comfoi tabli r modern, I
near beach. Balboa 3050 except .
weekends. I ,
House II
FOR RENT:-Completely furnished
modern very cool residence in Bella'
Vista. 46th Street No. 22. Porch,
livingroom, diningrooM, 3 bed- "
rooms, hot water, pantry, kitchen, |
garage and potjo Pgr month $200I
00. Tel. 3-0436 between 12:30|
and 2:30 p. m. i i

FOR RENT:-For three months, com-
pletely furnished 2 bedroom chalet
garage, maid's quarters end hot
water. Vacated October 1st. Colen
10th. Street No. 10091-B. Phones
1128-J or 115 Colon.
FOR RENT: Fumlrnished two bed-
room house. At Westwood Form. ,
Suitable two couplim TeL Bolboaj
2756. %
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom chalet, liv-
ingroom, diningroom, porch, gar-
age. No. 4, Samuel Lewis, facing
"Fobrico de Mosoicos" Panama. I
FOR RENT:--Modern chalet, hot woa-
ter installation, good view of Pon-s
ama Golf Club, La Carrasquillao
$110.00 monthly. Miguel Hive, I
phone 3-4844.. *' I

arlNTION' 1. 'st built modern
furnished artkt-, a ta t eu

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Reda te, Card Party, Dlcae Durl l-5
FOR SALE a e Card P-- earty, D7ce During the current Fiscal I3-563
Fin CaroCompon. Coll r -2949. The P' ti cordially Invited Year th"- Department of Army
in erroto attend the .. annual card party .wl contlzie to place emphasis
FOR SALE: Orchard 6 hectares and dance of Orchid Chapter on the. tr.lning and develop-
Arraijon with two-floor chalet, well No. 1, Order of the Easter Star, ment of military and civilian
river. Box 1037, Ancon. to be held from 6 to 12 p.m. Sat- managerial personnel, according WANTED
urdayr at the 1wvoll OGuit House. to information released this week suitable
ST t Cl tn.,- .by the Comptroller's Office, COMistr,
'Tropp l E Course Music will be furnlsed by the U8ARCA MBr. Avenue
i rq ..)- A'..1: 7LAst Army ond Orchestra an Al. o_ ..,attendlf, bAc
Ex hands At GuliK spot prie win be awarded schools .. LO
E -- dsA*G lc throughout the evening. Card branch chos right up to the -LO
Starting October 19 the U.S. players will have their choice of Army War college will receive LOST:-
Army Caflbbean School's Troop card games Including bridge. Instruction in management prin- to the
*Inftermation and Education pinochle, rhummy, canasta and ciples., To place even further please
cooh* at Fort Oulick will extend samba and a prize will be award- backing behind the Army-wide Finder
Its Trriculum to three weeks ed for each table of cards. program the DA plans to hold a -
anw introduce new classroom series of nu ement eonferen- hiflcati
BuRRlOll Highlight of the evening wll ces for coininders and their ab
1 -be the drawing for the door too staffs, both.military and ci- lock,
O i kew three week courses, prize, which is a set of 8 place vilian, early nett year. UDc
enrrently two weeks, will start settings of Swedish crystal In line with this policy to Duri
with class number -ten. Among stemware., stress management training Whitlo
the new class projects will be from the "top," this commaj nd ott
the publication of a mlmeo- Tickets are $1 per person and has just completed four Indo-- Costello
graphed newspaper. will be on sate at the door. trination session In work aim- CARt"
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SPanomo 3-4941. I. T
NT:---Large apartment, just
Filed. No. 8, Colombia street.
a seen daily. Tel. 3-0338.
Nt: Modern and cool.
ent in Compo Alegre, resl-
section. further informa-
hone 3-0419.
NT:- Apaient. Furnished
ent. 45th St. No. 32. l
NT: Furnished apartment 3
lire. G. I. Inspected, Ancon i
op. 4th of July Avenue, No.
L 2-5133.
T urnished rooms for
two gentle enwith or with-
tel&. 3mto Arosemena Ave, 4
caner 34th 'Street.
iant to rent a modern fur-
room with 'inen, maid- i
e, private both with hot water
w residence (El Cangrejol.l1
ff ice hours 2-461 1, evenings,

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e fbr rfconditionlng. "Re.'
uctoro Nacional" No. 7, Peru
K Tekephone 2-0406. i -
Dolmotion Dog that answers U
name Bot6n." If found
telephone Panama 3-0566.'I
will be rewarded. L
11- The first session, in-'
y Ma, Oen. L. J. Whit-
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0.. (rl tTale s'6dfi (.. Alr menbera of the Anday l PW play. His na't recent direction All members
S . : ,t W 0 relatives and friend. ..School, t heI r parents and was that of "Earvey" for the Forces, their dpepdents
192 lU '-7La p aiaw 378 Godpareta to be Agt6irle'ids are ,tordially Invit- Canal Zone Theater Guld4. government em In
". . -- were Mias ,Qe da qbor. ed to ttend.'I ol Mr:PaynT said that "this is Caral. ZOUe are
.. Mr. Peter"oa, -the first timn. that any theater members t
rtformal F Dinneioners grcup has produced "Philadel-
r. n U C re moton Day At M rne anMrilly o r, Fov S f i StorV' ne I ve been A s ethA policy wt 8
;ew Crt6bj was hotels for a n aand Gatun Union Church Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Orr, of on the Isthmus." ductions of te Caribbean
b..--,r..' h .A sateaS 'f1V -u," The Sunday School of' the New Cristobal, had an Informal The sparkl comedy Te ers, "Phlepha Story"
,t 8toro" 1.cam .. I I T a Ming comedy '"Me ers,
Sr_-.eu "J, i-ohn Gatun Union Church will hold dinner at their resdence .at Ph ep t ep Although the groupwasfore-w be prereat vari
Sts annual promotion day evening for Mr. and Mrs. .B.Stalag 1" as the next o- ed to replace "Stalag 17" as ts Navy and Ai Force
.0 va t y .k- a the church Sunday. Th. Turner and Mrs. Julia Good- duction of the Caribbean Py- next production, the play may across the sthmrs.
ahr pala Ar..er .j lice will start a 10-30 a.m. d enough who are leaving the era, an official spokesman for
Ter .. A grand ball and fashi on tinue throub the church Isthmus. the Pacific-side Armed Forces
s p a w ere to Mg. ebr D pand,-ahhion leac- ninow ou ehe afOrir p te theater group announced todpy.
we." a11 i1t. 10[i gr q ,l W livea f it the S r a s luo t o W Due to technical difficulties
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.rhwg garit-- r..Men. 1',, eve- the Muchachas Oulas, Girl"l tinue with produce tion oe
b.u uts, a tColon. S~aag 17" at this time.
Wke111e4- mf R das i put Shows 3n00 5:00, 7:00, 9 p.m. eCasting f r "The PhiladelphiaAN
g.their-homeIs''. Carolinaoilwabfrnihetember 28 at the group's work- TODAY T C
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I"r. Vrtam @aMrsoe e Clayton. Casting will also j-
^ *T ~emli-Mrs.~g Q h a Scoon a a 1 .o t30lan Wednesday, O pto mber 2. A
S" -l. MjO, gd thler LoS, zasO.. Leera WW- oth-. held on Wednesday, Sepember
." -T--ir-eOpri'" -zes a calo,- 'Etrv.outs will start promptly at
n e of th Carolina A movie and Broadway smash- --
do Th,-......o -rm.. ..Ln starring Ktherine Hepburn, B LA VISTA LUX
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S" c t te, and s e The v r-ng her parents, r. and Iof 9 men and 6 women. Arthur AM TR O U i
Th-s1 Ckoo Selo Naval Boftn Cav, Mrs. luarls Bea. She nta Pa, ne, a Pan-Canal employee A romantic 1NSt
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duy ,S iernoon t tbe Club Mr.5 and Mrs. Carl Groves-' Geene bIt
atoms, with t rity-onldie presented their son, Darryl iUCTED TIERNEY" TN
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T.J. .. MPoles, eattt I.h' Anderon thd I. Fl CANAND A N.Y., Sept. 25 slined will make the two coun-
aMn. Jane L AMgt'Lo r- lAndersono. M A. CANMA. N.Y., Sept. 25 tries veritable military allies for TANGIER ,-
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IF*- tA and &Art S, h- l oorr Mar oine e, li The American embassy I Ma-GINCIDENT eSes,
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e- east and Mrs. Joseph Wa- tomorrow In .the 'bafrom of I r but the source said that U.S. JALOPY UTIY
.is 1oo Rl t M*.the Hotel Washigito. Pr Ambassador James C. Dunn will
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rtt4 M-W s.l M rs.pio.radopn ufl Auv rt f ts~o Aotw o"r o- An American In Paris"' signature of the accord. -AYOO E THE
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Hartley Lass To Go Also P.P. AHorse Jeke We COMMENT ODS Best In .Halfba -* Curtan' Fo
S_ .-Ist Race "C" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: 8325.01 Pool eloes1: 1:4 a
t -- 0 By BEANS REARDON Frst Race of the Double -
Booji. which returns from a long layoff in re- 21 Years m National League 1-Panchita R. Tejada 103x-Returns from layoff 15-1 By BEN FOOTE
ortedly good shape, gets a tough chore tomorrow Writl-n lor NEA Service 2-Sixaola A. Ubidla 118 -Rounding into shape 5-1 NEA Speciali.Correspondent
3-La Loba J. Phillips 110 -Poor recent races 5-1
afternoon in the featured $650 Class "C" seven fur- QUESTION The bases are lull. 4-Blscaya J. Bravo 115 -Seems sure thing even TEMPE, Ariz. Sept. 25 There's
Tne batter hits a ground ball 5-Golden Bound A. Vas. 118 -Dropped a class 10-1 a halfback at Arizona State
I)Ags sprint when he goes against the high rated, towara te i snortstou and It 6-, insdaba ounA.Yesa 103x-Clo up recently -1 College whose wife will never let
though thus far disappointing Jaquimazo In the strike te runner moving lrom 7--Marllu F. Hidal. 106 -Looked good winning 2-1 him forget it if be doesn't get
nightcap at the Juan Franco National Race Track. eonwas ont third base runs Piked by Lomebody on an All-
uae rthirdn aseruon s!America team.
noime The runner on iirst is 2nd Race "I" Imported 69 Fgs. Purse: $375.0 Pool loses: 1:15 rDick Curran, you see, Is mar-
The fact that jocke,.. Blas A- under poolut handling by Victor caught oil tile oae Wnats the Second Race of the Double ie a of14
guirre and Jose Bravu .ll guide RodiigueL while? Pin Pon. now a ruling ,-Phil Warren. ruled to IM America of 1949
Booji and JaquiinuZo eitpecti- onfirnied in-and-outer. could Answer: he ball became dead I -Publico J. Baea 108 --Seems hopelesscase 10-1 Jacque Micer 'of Litchfleld
vely, has ircrea.sed the init.rest co..nie ark to lue any minute |Ahen it struck the runner. So; 2-Goylt0 F. Rose 111 -Early speed only 15-1 Park, Arts.
in this race which shi.pe. tU a. Tne clA&s tv.o-,ear-old na- the runner uho was on third 3-Nehulnco A. Mena 116 -Should score here even "Jacque bas got moue ellpp-
a real thriller on aiipei 1\1r fill.' La Enea getb another returns to the bag, and the man 4-Espartano R. Vas. 110 -Rates fair chance 5-1 Ings in her scrapbook for her
Boojiu will be aidrl0 o,%t able- tIlIf tet n: a seven furlong on first is entitled o second base 5-Cotlilon C. Rulz 114 -Dangerous contender 3-1 one big ~yer of college football
mate Valley River 1 Ri.t. n Va- --co:. lu i tiv. s Ii Classes 'A since he is forced by he liaer- 6-Speedy Grey O. Catl. 108 -Showing improvement 3-1 so far." savs urran. one of the
quez) and Lue hatter Lati, a gouo.,Cnd B in v hiili Golden Fan runner. country's leading rushers in
chance in his own right to outi Rcdondita Moon Goddess. Vala- Q When a batter bunts foul 1952. "We better have a good
over a victory. In 1.1. two meet i, aid Mi :hiro are the uther wI n two strikes on nnm. how 3rd Race "H" Natite 44 Fps.Pure: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 season, or nobody will notice
ings with Jaqulmaio Valle wtir-diic 'at atei.s is at aLuret?--Gery F'letcher. ONE TWO me out here."
River has bcen right on I-..2 re- Four n, wcoimers i alSo A. You gThe Suns Devils, Border Cn-e the pitcher credit
3ortedly expensive Chil-an lie-- Ia;edl to .o. into the racing. o, a strikeout and the catcher' 1-T1lln Tiln V. Brown ll5x-Needs more distance 8-1 ference champions last fall. will
oomer's hedls at tie jinisi. pi ltuie ton' row Th.. Include, a putout, except that should n2-Coran 3. Phillips 112 -Could score at price 5-1 probably have a good year if
Pin Pan iFortunatto H -dialgt thee ii.ti'.o-- Chilibrlllo. A- the bunt result in a foul fly 3-Avlvato F. Hidal. 110 -Usually close up 2-1 Curran does as well as he did as
Jr. and H-irtie l-a Roi 'luti- ';irI.t an 'Don Wende-. and .aught by the catcher or anyi 4-Colirio A. Vas. 110 -Has good workouts 4-1 a Junior.
ez Gil i \.aoin t' roe, ri l an Dll WendD--.Pand caught hale nt1her or an 5Daniel. Va. 110 -Returns in good shape even He fnhd ninth in the Na-
o6f outsider, but tit- oth iave The luckey competition B- a strikeout but as a regular foul elt 6-Pavera B. Agie 112 -Excludedion's major school rushin-
been working teli ona could nini Agt.r e Brivo and Oscar! ball putout ilation's major school rushing
Spring a surprise Nlnaueia h ; did also be Interest- -Q Hov, many Yankees remain 1ewith a total of 870 vards and
Hartley l ass soundr up a clu-- ir,.- A total' of eleven races are. froim Ca.ey Stengel's first 4th Race 'Non-Winners' 4'i Fgs. Purse: $250.00 Pool closes: 2:23 averaged 7Ae yards per carry.-
fo0rth her precioutis time out 'iiilunEdi O.. thow program. American League pennant win-i QUINIELA the tond 20 beushersage among
Sner o 1949?- Lou Rhodes. 1- -Aqui Boy S. Lasso 109x--Unknown quantity 25-1 A powerful. 190-pound back.
A. Ten- Phil Rizzuto, Hank 2-Chilibrillo J. Bravo 112 -Promisin colt 8-1 Curran is also fast enough for
R c C aR Bauer, Yogi Berra, Allie Reyn- 3-Roly A. Gon. 96x-Nothing to recommend 25-1 long runs and defensive half-
i lolds, Vic Raschi, Eddie Lopat, 4-Alonsito A. Phillips 112 -Has good workouts 4-1 back chores.
1Johnny Mize, Joe Collins, Gene 5-Don Wende F. Rose 112 -Newcomer with chance 8-1. -0oOo -
Gaideeea mn .oodling and Charley Slivera. g-Canasta A. Ubidla 110 -Last was revealing 2-1 "Curan could make any Big
Grid career Nears End --- 7-La Mona J. Baea 108-Has shown nothing 25-1 Team I've ever seen. declared
S 8-Dofia Chila R. L. Oil 100 -Good early speed 8-1 Clyde Smith Arizona State's
-_a- _n Mfin I C 9-Lady Moon E. Darlo 10--Has good workouts 4-1 head cpacK. Smith saw plenty AiLL-AME.,QAh- A_- ifTn -
Juan Franco l 10---Recodlto J. Cadogan 105 -Nothing to Indicate 10-1 of good hi'fbacks as Indiana to Ip-En. AH.
GAINESVILLE Fla Sept 25, As a result of iniures receiv- By THE EXPERT chief for four years. A .1wife,1 qa n Mwas=1 .510 $1. (NRA)
tUP) The dazzling college ed. Casare. saw only limited Curran also has another dis-
itletric career o Florida s Rick action against Rice In Florida's 5th Race 'AbE" Native 7 Fgp.Purse: 3375.0 Pool elnest: 2:55 tnction. Although he now " \- .. r"
Casiares apparently, neared an opening --.ime last week. De- I-Biscayva Winsaba (e) 1-M. Goddess J Bravo 110 -Rates fair chance 5-1 makes his home in PhoeniX, the
end today with the announce- spite that. he kicked a 30-yard 2-Cotillon Nehuinco 2-Oolden Fan A. Vas. 122 --Seeks No. 13 5-1 crew-hsired co-captain lists
ment that the lulloack sensa- field goal a.id set up the Gators'. 3-Avivato Daniel 3-Valarla F'Rose 113 -Will be close up 8-1 his high school aj "West Berlin
tion would not -eeh lurt.Ili? de- second touchdoe n \ith driving. 4-Don Wende Alfonsito 4---Mochito A. Enrique 106 -Has blazing speed 8-1 Sector, GeOrmany.
ferment from the dralt ri-s Rice won the game. 20 to 5--La Ene Redondita 5-La Enea B. Aguirre 113-Should win again 1-2
The 22-year-old trinle-thieat 16 6-Granero Aprontes 6-Redondita 0. Mazue. 122 -Dangerous contender 5-1 Actually be starred n ath. WAM
Vasares was ureried ov his If CasaIr ei e even 30 days 1-Legal Piolic Minge letics at Pakersburg, W. Va. but JE W ILLIA
Tampa dre't board to prripare or.or to uiduLition. and decided 8-True Blue Jepperin he got his diploma in Germany
for induction into thle. earned to remain .'nith the team. hp 9-Rosario Choice Brand 6tb Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: 550.00 Pool closes: 3:35 while his father worked In er-
se vices "in about 30 das" -' ,old be ;,lble to olav in Flor- 10-Regal Chum Relampajo II "First Race of the Doubb lin. In his i a a ri f.
Casares :,ald he har not re- Ct:' ss ottl.' a-ainst Georgia. il--Jaqutmazo Booji (e) 1-Bobo Joan De, 1o 105 -Notbing recently 50-i Nowd 24 Courra kno cdr a I i s g 0ma rnimbe *tll a

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Ceived a notification fro se.- Ti(Ih. Ken:tuckvm Stetronw Theroup. By hs oo
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election service nicln eals but Citasardel d n ot return to poss Lousana ONE BOWL GAME th Rae ( 7 P 450.a Pool elo : 4:5 He alrey made a scholar- M ito t th

ChWoodward said CasHenrWoodards was college ouathletics afthe next Annapol. Md. T ). Race of tho Dable h long enoUhleste .Hlfi.49 i tn t iny n b e " rean

ing drafted because he had charge, sinee pla in one game A adhplastc ,47rge (A coi M gest o a ii B y
ailed to c boarry enough coursmed: for games again st Auburn. h- a d a *1- 11 -Will-f f n fair hpe -1 4.0 etnAoa ton r etebyan t b ee'
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inducted efer xt month. Future el iblithe rualso twake in ith Wash gton in the 9amp. 109-Beging for ridenr One Ari a tat coach ad- on teriel thowhe

It was the second major blo', care 01f returning veterans **TI E^4,K o BACKAtl 40-G. Ta Hldal. 110 ys 'K d2"gs--r Hia other ave, .the .1- ball- well and the record hashtway c if
Coach Bob WS odruft al. doubt. Southeastern Confer- Rose Bowl. --Przo A 115 -pset. peca--st 15-1 uton, an Jose State. Color- f the record how showhein

"Casares, w Is not aknl or ex- ence Comidout FIST SA.OR S BAR IOilHM iONaer OfFor idct Tr-ihi2 r en tr, '52 ervie stb hession ffe.;'ty, .Bt
basketball player. s inuf re-d- ennapolris Md.- BernieA 9-un'k Mot ae vo 112 hould be Clas up hapions o the western half his phoore year ever |mol' _
a braves his dft call he 23 Bill Dthat as the rule now stands. r a s onl 0--t s"olnlp ls is-"d
gladly serve like a h on woelse- Casares would not return to I Race :7 Pue 2-La Chata .. Castle Pool closes: 4:05 He's airsde smadet htscholar- h" Re llsmn b h l
an companion d ar a college athletes after distory 3-Tru e Blue M Razue. of the Double week 4-1 Ame ri c a te rl. HI 1.49would-be t
4-Bartolog drafted because he had charge sin117 play in one game Caralast 10-1 All-Amerca oy a tly

t s b f5-Paques J. Bravo 115-Could cor here 3-1 campus c toil Thi Ig no attempt to p the
failed to rr enough courses -s Verand Phllips 10-Ditance eems short 10-1 After a ear of travel in ed
at Florida to merit further However he ,Lald the SEC I 2-L. Frolic vAuirre 112 -Rates top chance 3-2 one of the moat stulloua baD- .. l'po..s, sepal
deferment ml:ht cl'-i.e the rule to take 3-GoMinaga V. Vas. 120 -mpood recent readily 3-1 Mssarr Amers Mrsad. recnord- ill bashow h44l bnta
It was th'- second maior bi care oi retLrning veterans TACKAH 4-0. Astora J. Hidal. 110 ays dback n gelous 3-1 His other avkhop. ge-the ball- well, and th record awaydt eri
to the h;andsome 213-ppound wouldn't sa. flatly he Is through HEA5-Pitncel Go o. Graell 115 -Longshot possitilty 8-1 carrying mork was gleaned MPeCti with the ,62ig y."w .-
fulirtAck and to the Gator's hopes 1itth rolleL football." Moore HE 6-C. Green O. Casti. 118 -Reportedly "ready" 2-1 again.; such totgh tems a Tthe re w o g po

ING suc^B^ ~ ----- ~" They wer married last The ri my. n ,' paste
for a Souti-ea NSPten Conference said BAXTER, Huston, a JosA. e State color-"ditte"s had e eld wst el
championship football teem Tmui i atm Race "1" Imported Lii I.tuTe: MbRa."0 Pool elmses: 4:4 Trni m ado A. and PC San Diego Naval minds. MGtra pt his aurons ts ee.
Casares, whc- also Is a standout FIRST SAIl.OR SlIAR It OP U QUI[NEILA Training Center, '52 sere by the rat etoo. Nut
basketball Player. w, injured .Annapolis Md.-- 'NEAA --AN iam champions of the western half a winning baom-bofn .-camn to the y
ln a traffic arnident Atg 23 Bill Dagu end on the 1907 -0 1--Jepperin F. Hidal. 105 --Good early speed 15-1 Ofltd 8tats. "-. .' .
which took .he life of his worn- coid. ws tiLe first All-Amer- 74 2-La Chata 0. Casti. 112 -Has strongihst finish 4-i The romance between the All--
an companion. ice In Nay, football history. S-3-True Blue 0. Mazue. 112 --Good race last week 4-i .America gill anol the would-be fIuuins so &k .n-
4-Bartolo V. Ortega 117' .Iooked bad In last 10-i All-America boy Was stilctly a 'IisIs o"t'that ed"ppgeth
5-Paques J. 'Bravo 115 -Could sore here 3-1 campus stoiy. ?Ano att.mpto, dnoage the

6-Our Fancy F. Rose 110 -Has early foot 10-1 tered Arizina State's dtUSn posiblltl* 0of Claw, puttiA
9--Astoria 3. Cado. 108 -Way back in last 15-1 workshop.
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112 -Mutuels favorite
116 -Depends on breaks
105 -Early speed only
100x--Stops after sprint
14 -In-and-outer
110 -Distance to liking
108 -Route Tover also
110 -Rates ..best on form


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1--Relampago II R. L Gil 115 --Ran well last week
2-R. Chum B. Aguirre 110 --Jmproving steadily
3-Newbridge C. Johnson i00x--Rder handicaps
4-Bedulno Mena R. 105x-Not with this rider
5-Petit Pots O 0. Casti. 115 -Has phown nothing
6-V. Darling 0. Mazue. 113 -Dangerous contender
7-Hurlecan J. Cado. 118 -Returns from layoff


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9-Toletazo F. Hidal. 110 -Possible longshot 15-1 -

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1-Jaqulmamo J. Bravo 110 -Could lose again even
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lor-thei w e a e, Wheas No other Samee and continually punched low--
.',t t r the EI tneewr b r .Bd a a Nnd he was a iroteaue cariWe .s," RocKy said, holding his-
S"B;t i hyear, and b Lialat ttourwe is TuwTBDJ a heavweight chm hands a loot apart. "That was
thft t ate.our No games ched as he fll flat on his eoo
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edge goes off his control...
good hitter and base-runner...


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first basenan... good fleae4
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sional long ball.. .everybody
plays first, but they ahwar
go back to Collins...a bst
in '52 Series with no hlta1
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RYAN TO FIGHT AFL Joseph P. Ryan, head of the Interna-
tional Longshoremen's Association, gestures with a cigaret in
his hand as he talks with reporters after his appearance before
the AFL Resolutions Committee at St. Louis. The committee
resolved to removejthe ILA from the AFL, which is holding Its
national cor,, mention.

AFL Charters New Union

To Organize Longshoremen

ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 25 (UP)
- The American Federation of!
Labor today chartered a new
union to organize waterfront
AFL President George Meany
n C -1_ _- --IL _

Kr Scnooireacner
Flown To Gorgos

Slightly Improved
An American scnoolteacher at
the Panamia University who
was flown in from Santa Clara
was still on the seriously ill list
at Gorges Hospital today but
"slightly improved."
The stricken teacher, Miss
Mary Elizabeth Pitney, had
been visiting friends at Santa
Clara when she was bleieved to
have suffered a cerebral hemor-
However Gorgas officials to-
day did not disclose the nature
of her illness.
Miss Pitney has been teach-
lug English at the University
for the past five years. She
was flown in an SA-16 of Al-
brook's 27th rescue squadron.

announced that the new union,

WABRINGTON Sept 25 ( )

- Many U.S. authorities were
applying pressure behind the
scenes today to get the Allies to
take a tougher stand in. the
wrangle with the Communists
over makeup of the Korean
Peace conference.

r ehto Mig fighter de h

Some experts bell the A- and theAl-l nihAedi al to make quarters that the United.States
lies already have; "ade so the conferences'. round-taa extremely anxions to- et the
many. conalliatory gestures rather than twostded affth~ conference underway at be.
That the Reds have been get- lnItng ."neut4'1 natlof' t ase It fears atr VA.-Wi
ting the best of the pre-con- pa'bte; "d"...become Impatit a "
ferenee jockeyiS. ne Utl ed ttes r ently.r to res atie war,
The central Issue in the dis- blocked the C it p.rot I iWiea p
pute is the Commultaist demand salja s dthe 2flb t Natos %r to wlth,.leM

Sloan Simpson Seeking

TV Program Of Her Own

Known as the International NEW YORK, Sept. 25 (UP) -
Longshoremen's Associ a t 1 o n, Sloan Simnson, former first
AFL, would be headed by a five- lad. of New York City, wants
member committee of top AFL to settle down with a television
leaders. The charter was issued program she can call her own
to seven members of the expel- The 36-year-oid brunette has
led longshoremen's groups, been vdgue about her future
plans while she awaited news of
The action followed up the fhe pending annulment of her
ouster of the longshoremen's marriage to former ambassador
union headed by President Jo- wiiliam O'Dwyer in Mexico.
seph P. Ryan by the national Now she admits she's trying
convention on Tuesday. for a ,television career. She's
It was the start of an hied a personal representative
It was the start of an AFL and started apartment hunting,
crackdown on criminal elements even though the status of her
within the federation, marriage is still & mystery.
"I lon't think I'll need to go to
Those who received the char- Mexico now said Mrs. SUnp-
ter were rebel leaders, of the Mexico as sherefers to be called
ousted longshore union who ap- son, as she prefers to be called.
pealed to the convention to issue She camp home from Spain
a an ouster order. three weeks ago intending to go
to Mexieo City to testify before
In fast action, the convention church autLoritles, She recently
adopted a Taft-Hartley program obtained a Mexican civil divorce
for the coming year and also ending her three-year marriage
approved a plan to bring about to O'Dwyer.
the end of jurisdictional dis- ,'I really would have liked to
putes between AFL unions. do some kind of a travel show
on film," she said; referring to
The convention went on record her new career. "But I find now
with the statement that 19 a- that it isn t practical. It would
amendments supported by AFL ,be too expensive for me to try."
plumbers' .President Martin P. Her representative. Jeff
Durkin when he was Secretary Jones, whc used to serve the
of Labor "do not meet the ob- same function for Faye Emer-
jectives of the labor movement son. and has helped produce
and have no AFL sanction for such shows as "Leave It to the
approval. Girls," is confident his .new

client will find Sonething ele
she likes &s well.
"She's had a number of of-
fers from both radio and televi-
sion," Jone.. said.
"The Important thing now Is
to decide bhat is beat for her
future, sincf she really is seri-
ous about a career,"
She has had little TV expe-
rience- though she appeared as
a model several yters ago and
in Mexico made frequent charity
appeals before th. 'ameras.
."Maybe a: lInta-rview aheo"
ashe said, "I taven't.had a great
deal of axiet*feUe. In. Mexico I
was the one. who visuay WAs
being inlervee. Teaf ago I
had a little pterew prograEn
of my own ylenuTV was just
sort of getUitt & gooLstart. It
was pretty awt" '
She speak a as
slightly husky voiCe :nd has an
unaffected nift r. So far ae.
has turned diwj Invitations to
appear as a gqft panellsf do
any TV show aince her return
from Spain threl weeks ago.
"It's hard just to get off a
boat and get organized right a-,
way," she explained. "I'mr not
even settled in my apartment
yet." ..
A new romance, Sloan vowed,
Is the farthest thing fro her
mind. "I have enough pro bams,"
she said emphatically.

Air Force Objects Heatedly

To Return Of Surrendei

-- The United States offered the United Nations. IJoint Chiefs of Staff.
yesterday over some heated Air However, the United States
Force objections to return to its Hoiwevei00, t e tae o The plane already has been
"rightful owner" the Russian- pay $100,000 tax-free to the disassembled and was aboard a
made Mig-i5 flown to freedom young-pilot who flew the Jet olobemaster en route to this
made Mig-15 flown to freedom plane to the U.N. lines this week. Oobeaster en route to this
p to e .. nes s wby a North Korean pilot. ee country when orders were Iued
by a North Korean pilot. Clark also announced the offer to hold it up. The Globemraster
to return the Mig oold it uP. The Globemaster
At the same time. Gen. Mark to return the M landed at Okinawa and a mll-
W. Clark, Far East commander, But a Defense Department Itary spokesman said the Mig
withdrew for the duration of the spokesman said the decision was K presumably wil be returned to
Korean peace talks his offer of made by Defense Secretary Korea
last April to pay $50,000 for each Charles E. Wilson, presumable Some Air Force officers pri-


(NEA Radio Telephot4)
r 'TO FREEDOM A Russian-built Mig 15 Jet fighter (left" stands in a hangar at Kim-
..Free Base at Seoul. The 22-year-old pilot, Lt. Neb Keun Suk 'right i. flew the plane to
cIntan base and requested political asylum Suk denied knowing of the $100,000 reward
offered by the Als or the first Mig to be turned over to them. He alsostated that

:R= ROE: Bs Life Didl th ro Curain



red Mig
lately talt most emphatically
disagreed with the order.
One oicer with combat ex-
perience described the decision
as a "crg sham" if It meant
U.S. official would not have
time to study the Mig and sub-
ject it to flight tests.
Air Fore officials disagreed
with oe civilian experts who
said thIe l was an old type
from which the United Stateq
could learn little. Engineers had
been particularly interested in
Its spinning characteristics.
A Defense Dpartment spokes-
man said the offer to return the
the plane to Its "rightful own-
er" was a policyy decision." This
led to speculation that the
United St ta might be trying to
embarras-Buaula into admitting
that the plaM actually was hers.
The RuNian have persisted in
the m t they were neutral
I tbhd ar despite the
other weep
.- he Red arnnfes
thee l ., American of-
fMelal.wep ted in seeing
whto d to claim the
Mixr--R munist China,

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WA-wi t.n outright iotb
of the truce peelmatt
called' for a two-lSded a
Informed sources said today
that he Allied position may
stiffen when It comes to a show-
down. But this prospect didn't
eliminate th criticism of some
authorities that the- Allies have
given the appearance of soft-

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