The Panama American
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01731
 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: AA00010883:01731
 Related Items
Related Items: Panama America

Full Text

7.- 1 .7

. .' >:j1: '7
:. 7

* .
* ~ 7.

I,, ~.

Im gnesh. l W hI e country is

*; q-t ,~

I^.. ".



.'.. ...-' -

* '7

-. '- ,

* A-..

1 ae to New l ork to reMeOO i
was in town. Left to right at
ays Lakbmi papdi1t, UN preil-


*.I '.




US Gives France US Is Nation May Isst

$385,000,000 Divided Today
For Indochina War -World Series Treaty R

WASHINOTON, Sept. 30 ( :#) The French also announced The United States is a nation
- The United States and Frwe today that French and Vietnam divided this morning
announced today the admiu* commandos slashed throu= h re-
ton has agreed to ge bel strong points in daw t- But it's nothing tb worry a-
amother $i,000,000 to M tack Sunday near Xuan Dl 00 out...
"break and destroy" Communut miles sathbeast of Hue, and do- It's World Series
forces in Imdochtna., troyed important mTlhtare o- ethWorl ma redict fair
The joint announcement said stalataon. The weatherman redicts fair WASHINGTON, Sept.
the money would be provided In an effort to counteract the and warm weather for today's Antonio Rem6n of Panam6
so time e before .the end of expected Hanoi delta aaanult e anhnhe w day that he and President
e communique d the .p hol al war unhed Dodgers. The Yankees defend- accord on the general me
The communique aidd the .pMdWolI cal warfare camap in champions are favored to
French government is dttermin- against ge 0,000 to 70,000 om- e the oenin ame av we regarding Panama.
ed "to make every efort to m massed for the cam- their fifth straight Series and The President made th
break and destroy the egiulad
bnemy forces in Idochi and Tn eduarters said 7,000,000 r second in, a row over the asked him about his cover
Intends to do everything possible leaflets and 150,000 newspapers eday night, when the Pres ,
to increque military farc e of the war droppedd over the rebel- el But Dodger fans say that thisday night, when the Presid
three asaciated staten s- Cam- terr north and west of Ha-Ia another year .. that the night guest in the White H
bodia, Lpos, ana octnam. i urnIon ncere natIonalists, to heavy-hitting Brooklyn team will Rem6n said he and Eis
UThe additionarUnited Gtatoe turn on Ue Communuists. be too much for Casey Stenwel talk in
aid is dea ned to help make it and his men. Manager Charley talk in general terms about
vls l t maximum speed n obj ec. DreCsen has nam o 20-game- did not discuss the current
=te s maximum d Waff" winner Carl Krskine to start for the basic treaties between
effectiveness," the two nation ro4n tngel is couterbasic treaties between
said in a comunique releaa J9.| with his veteran star, Allie Re -
[here and in Paris. now
The apeement to provide up
to .$35,1.000 in admi d n h r apen eN: W e Havethe,
followed a recent recommuendoa- AubrMoN oeer Rles:W
an of the U.S. National Secur- t in front oT Yankee Stadium
Ity Council. W Ol ept 3S0 (UP). at night., .. the first dn n in
The new funds would be in ad- p t elt hower today llina & front of the bleacher
tdiaon to some $400,000,000 Mwhch o S~ el arl Warren of Call- ticket window, Klerst Is a veter- T rn
Wil United S states is makitra- a-lb Chief Justice of the an of sorts... this is his 17th I
y fs.a ~the Indob tm S
A lyear.W -. w" tel'di ah



ie Joint


it Soon-
a -
30 (UP) President pd
told a news conference jo-
Eisenhower are in coue'pi
asures that should be tua&e
at comment when a reported
station with Eisenhower Mo&.
ent of Panam6 was an-ovy.
enhower had a very pleast
it Panam6. But he said tha
conversations for revisim of
the two countries.
He explained that the trea
Ch, w ach are being
ed by reprentativeuas o
ernments, were not a
Or wdiscuson at the
new phase of the tw
tiatiesm has bosh _

ad Asod theOB- rhatsw Pmnams tat
0=60 t oeagedt last ai thatdne

? .b td? ,wth .GAtaoai indt d hat o iean a the n sa eid t
eSuasveetroeeae n beaeno r tene tnar nted cont enit eal
mo. a p e bCeol- f estq ACnolt, a t ce, H..ren vn W0-arap s.stt ee thae amt. gverentiate Posit of rg m e "i

deeteaAfrUt ,wOMB arth l r'fttb H|. fo rafn pttathke Frno b Welia O nly wtda lberofor aco- ut notien s A init ralor ofn thoe a of iding waaemo r*a. othse
Se B a o th i ure d aartheo a lyanto a fdt ar- eahnahei- ep a d wa n de tse I toaret on taaaIt rs or, e inP .re ain g
aos tbenGto etrnaorAktha wstimeos rOfm asva- his thee wa wcmed ya dtuaten aie to

11 dwtoatIce- CW 10tyer. *a th resent wIll Bhn N ou l the Americantee been nt sti- a aThe entaof
lo citate me oO tet e ofeierow ut a o the C a oune i i th ras- W d Wla it S t' .
h Brtdsl nan bacttd p wtho of givng uary far-rehn l deaves texpeterson uuf bAckst curator iabu s wietw o en e w ho1u nod WrI

oBatte~t~h~ DnSprot b ly a d t d i alos tl Adte mnnthe I.mmediateO- onad hoteh' to accommodate to intent. ure Bcgteddny the r

rgs- ded h.' er .crown r ito- The sfl e t nah 1 ahube_ on eh. moht V ity satoely.- he whdo e here on e Que ptoned as tothe ou
.enwil 4i d Ci fgtti it. o0di mut.mGadonGe anr 1n civ.l here to talk ovso is ea fi the, h one re-o
SuSr ea-wimur tVolSrhe#=r li mm mortKirattenoo bthore n problems Kittof our .t..wok euntr h g "st ht e y

& ft rhMhtardt GooIcetwirrsge S.. P -staem, %ak thoeoiadr oeoi. W ofae .s"i.depe.,:ne t e n mi would

dene d d Hano d wit ih r asi wan sllem opinion that on the w o he rela- T1 m ea the
St At r t t no dl ib In Frp T r s tlsons between the two countries thae
'de .." .d. te oele normal thran th e ae ould av i ino a
,* nwhe M aon lni fur m Uh b eia'.eeneALn. Gaur. ari of P resident Joein denifens tries, ^ ries..

b t ile o mnMWY ore n th e oaner- Valp atolda rieaddauer -sandHe aled th re reoratei f sth e. rfuse t t
**nt il es de a ,ee deien banm aro rne world mn tate e

Perown t cr eerbys01 thr e fd f irs f e a c t na tom crmendou o their cut.ty so nSt u ein a
ao rt b trdh-Ai- .kia and bwahae .a ..aiui f ar- irehi n t.ed- lxpeulue oanng s v stemu d her- r ibut e itto elde entlum wa ordemmn repi ed t.a: t.

Bngatt oaze the ft gttiiry dan -early'almhsIbte n m onths nrmedtate all tim fo madhhelvii t o racommodate to- I.0tentyU0
of a fs-Vele Ved o hher ownMetto-1yr tn aunod 1l'vawoud mot Weli.ri, h me Said. -t "We are hfpn thatee you are 0 t o=h
,t7e the mrt lk 9randot e. ...melo n. Iht f -tth;

ty. w t rmtu e tthe betma te eIl nneintherlde
.H45.Ae Waren p Mrste' Geor P ownl 7Jus wrth Presima Adnt rWrareenbprmh
de e ofietgers thole euaoft ana the of t hreendolf onteoter Amtrit utryIt
Fferoersehii tda e t nit to thee hodlen eha-
vowanoihe de Win Fal onions bete th ocRiontrieh heo t
Kh aIv beenintothe ringthepasMtnt oldaeddr, h isd .
ontda- finit R ebled.e" r olo s50t yearso. b f as onleem ers a oan none e

iegsr h neoermea ,tha ndt others o D eed theas tBind t
ofhef.Woldthe" jee, prohaued bthn you teve
Be fFad oreshe .aee tou a'
.t t."traeared0 y.sy given rs, b t tanama d uring W ornfta

n-M hneJooX said a pre- Wars one and two and more re-
der -fd- eof the gently in the act o fdivaX ing
Q( )In ftsever was in the -a
77i i ,ae of (Continued entire
n-at c .i-e dF first T ea m -TY ui
t.. ,,p11won'*it anw e e nt o f- t te eatlas- La e a

MYoKHm Aies b an, egpt, 0
loW ee eaowell. t off hertrMass., Mrs. (UP) n t Ary y per&ment
sV &M The l1itiuix nini IahemntsIho dmdue m yarna- today -- --tw tac. otemoatutI rs :net
-- .aT sWIr- the ..mJr., an Army The Army s rfsur that the1%


l. _, '. 7 7 ...

S -



.4. ** .

.i ,PANA~M AMRItCAN AL R'flmtNmN fl. YItifWiAll
:- -~ -- ~ 1~-~TO Ts

*wNIs d LtNO ULitsme a* @TH PANAMA AMWUMAtt PR NC.UI| ,. ; .
NA"MOMO A". a- -.FoPt
ST H Sst*l 0 0 Osex 134. PANAMA. eP P
-V-tP"NWS" PANAMA No -0740 k. m INe
QOLepP tCRe. 21 t ENCNTAL AvnoENO sa WrN '21' ANO 13TH S HTRume .
34R MArtSON Avg NIrW VOnR Kt7 N V.
Van "oN". IN ASYAac S '." 3a sc
1o 49 V AR m ov*NCA ......... .. E U. ...
T h XIn wartime the most thankless
6M Aj Job in Washington was the price
TL administrator's.
The Mail lex is n open forum tfr readers ut The Peneme Amer- But times have changed. To-
len. Letters are received Igroatully end ere handled in a wholly e fi- day the secretary of state Is the
deael aer. t butt of the roughest assaults. .
If you contribute a letter don't be impatiet it it doesn't appear the A lot of people thought.Dean .
sent day. Leters are published in the order received. Acheson. former President Tru- -
piese try to keep the letters limited to one page length. man's secretary of state, was a
Identity o*letter writers is held in strictest aidence. prime target because he was a.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility e sttements asopinions special case. .
epessed i la tfters m Fe r rs But his successor, John sPo-
o ter Dulles, is getting oeme 'Of
the same treatment. AnOd he
THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS AGO IT WAS LIKE THIS tually no holder of the p st
has been spared since Cordell
Sir: Hull left it..
In looking through the 1915 copy of the Chagres Society Year As James Reston, correspon-
Book, I ran across the following. I think .that it may be .of in- dent of the New York Times in
tereat.to your readers of today as an instance of history repeat- Washington. points out, there is
Ing. a reason for this.
-Winter Collins Inevitably, the secretary of
FROM THk YEAR BOOK SOCIETY OF THE CHAGRES 1915 state today is the living symboll .
Pape 5 of many of our most controver-
"On March 1st we began to pay rent f9r our quarters, and sial policies, policies that affect A
* were billed for fuel, electric current and otincidentals. Apart- every single one of us.
, ments in four-family houses cost $6.00 a & th, Type 17 cottages He is the focus 'of disappoint-
.$10.00 a month, and rooms in bseeelor quarters, with Janitor ments and frustrations over the
iaervice, from $3.00 to $6.00. There were protests, mass meetings. state of our world relations.
aSbacription lists, and finally a committee was sent to Washing- If we have soldiers in Berlin,
*ton. To the surpr e of many and the gratification of all, the it's his fault.
President issued an order on May 25th suspending the rent and If the Russians shoot down an V
other charges until June 30, 1916: The successful outcome of this American olane in the Bering
agitation led to the organization of the Panama Canlal Employes' Sea. likewise. ... '
Association, which hopes to maintain the present, wage scale, with If we have to pay more taxes '
all our privileges intact, and secure a bonus for civilian employes to support the defense of Ind- '
'who *rved during the construction period, coniinensurate with china. blame the secretary.
the, tjards voted to officers of the Army, Navi and Public As Reston says: "He 1)yes In
Hnean~ Service. luck to the P. C. E. A.! MVr it live long the eve of the target."
aand prosper." Why anyone wants the Jb
at- all is a mystery. Tenute hit E suFr e.. I l
tluyt tWMSS3 .. ..... '": the pnst has become a matter 4 a r g .
of a few yeas at most, while
secretaries of commerce eand
E EDR- TUI RN A DIAMOND .' the like to blithely on through
M R TU I R.NA I Aa ND President's whole regime
Dulles at least took the a s-
signm ent with no illusions. Iook- i
INSIDE OUTIn? at his e General qraner (sh .-
cided that. for the most part, ', .,.
ThatJust about what. you'roi 1 'Wi*. XuM, of the country, and Of Congress., '
ah oifl o qur diamond tht*ugh.'ur bin ue He proposed to try to win it, .
-ma nifyIng int. r nt ,Then you'g I S as a necess ro foundation ctoney. m. -e
magnifying inetr ent. .The of mfoces,, foreluan policy. (Editor's Note: Th is the second elof a bs l mentis' m .n than iaft.. The--e ll
self why we offer top g, -r 'exclusively." VIhlther ) ,is sieeeding In of seven articles by Robert C. Roark who has have three .o 1al centers the Amerlcw ,'the
this effort. It may, be too early interviewed Maj. Gei. Kenneth Frank Cramer, Burgerbrau, anod the SSehaus. at: least oe of
to sny commanding geneart of US. semnpation forces which is palatial.
In the end. It' ma depend in Germany, Soathet Artsha i nmand. seeking The officers have the Haus de Kunst, ~ vast
Ctnveri may bet credit e rsomewhpt on the viewpoint. Crit- eout the ftet en momn l diestltsmAit among the palace of 4 pisen that Hitler- t tfora tig elite
mics preody h v o been saying ftt officers and me1 s 11 Cra1oer'b eammaad.. offlieras.eft gPoo drinks AX
S. d.Nae treLmt onths thpt Dulles:goes too far MUNICH-If ever p city should be. conducive meal so S, both
In seeing to ase r to high morale amoipgat our occupation troops. Th9 officrA ? y'in per$.;rtbh Pbhah both
*. Ab*A l a F.ttaka Munich is It. enlided ang commissioned soilders bean
that the DIITes poles be Munich is a qimhilng cly today. Its famdanusa -11 .Vi p @ .
r eavured over a reasonable Hofbradha us echqea wth the brAy blare 'of
ler'th of time. The test.qhould Bavarian schmaltz. 'Quarters .rantie ft om very oohd&t
be how well they work, how Vast selidels of thed beat beer in the world ame wi. the ~Y*veae enoiatd om
m,,Ih they really'tecomjlIsh water-cheap. 'The shdy green streets are palik- 'hred b' '8ty two mIe. I. o
The art of government is get- ed with people, with'cars, with zipping bikes ad finid lletedoin tou~lr~ Wo- ki en.
n e hgscdoanea. It -i anqhlpeto The sidewalks, the blergartens., the hotels and M,.- ,,
et th.e don e l eho are.utrcayces .he d uti s dane peaay t he mnw1W
'Ceestomeof tlieni tf tie, l r ." .f
e.tac whoonW t-o For an occupaton army trhpeea- i an t era- I rlo
S whheter Dulles will finally sue- neth Cramers life can be very beauti ful, tN M.m
ceed where others have failed.. housing is persna nt. the dutas sn en-db.g 0 ,
v teBut at lensthe is avorovehing the houtA regular, and the asaignmetfort-. Zf' "
the task with more attention to years. Geeral or hA ell Im_ bo n f
the home-front realities than .TheretIs a small'.PXaon the post, and a. bl b $ Neoold I5.,o4ZANi :3
.....p. his predecessors ahowed, in town, In these PXs everything from suf o t4 htkhe' i he
Tradios to sop to eandy to clothe ,to soft s haues t a tlinch reform as ter of
S TRA is purchasable by the soldiers and their depiehd- Sott'- -NJ

Hf ed ltor musk, with the lleaslng*rs en t e ore. tor o sihlttne
,SHOs t1 r :oing costantl oi. mas. efto leave
that seta new standard .icl~h is l~ the old musiel comedy wra doau, eOd put e X had the
aR eoTd a st rwith the men I..their ledrhon d a to personnel except d rlng
for sheer entertainment da~me in dlrndl, floating on & aba of I a . ute. "
"andl~oL enbrOFo therodir element wetre o the town n.-r-h"r .or .osewho eahi wbi .Oeworke 'h rkin. bqsk,.z. nd.it5h

town seems to be a cabaret, bar, b..r garden. WOdace a levOJ pass. This tkr k0aSt "
.o.:3asthau : or night club. The gay ladle. of the exte1ml. ,<
m evening are as numerous sw staehrline in le-e oo more formal coffee
.A E L. w'Lonr i.Met.. No effort has neen made by the Army'tO csofparyg ft~odB bur-
:Nth- ..er. curb their moclOtatiOas. ; O- uqta ithe

"Alihough w they make e living I ee gfi wahsoM erack A.
a -May.," one I. told me. "Betve ,,, i n .. i 'f
frauleins, w. o r n love. and the a x. y& ot--in*t
:. n adrifi a, t.be.'won At "


T I V 0 LI At 9 p.m. Presentation of the
. -. -.. Spa4nish Orchestra...

On The Screen: -

iano, a Chi
the newest
of labor.
youngest n


;AM-Rocco C. SIcil-
cago businessman, is
t assistant secretary
At 31, he Is the
member of President
over's suh-cabinet.



- -

4: ^B^

ar 9

Cotls Lefs To Sell
a House This Way!
VT dm i fri vu f etr .
wit w- n N* t Imee cae t
VO wh-6 8m, nme a lite WeaO
Ad de "we Pgmm- Americeg.

0t FAST IWEIF with
this MEDICATED Pwderl
No mdadu d powder con relive youi hun.
m IbumaU fem Ammem Powder done,
rM AamescoMsaaMinMfbaMlus MdsKastl
iMraduw-sw" 3-WMy mdmd shia cute
(1) Iedliad d a M4 disamid preUas.
Medrscd miw. Seasia and comfort-.
PatiM ii bmlh 1by helpsas protect
dr ai iasumnrimno So ioft. t cuibh.
a gm dmie Als&&brs ac m osmrurem.
S d*I ,cmiu AinuPo Pnd.
Me- auite M&



civilian goverapient worketa.5 0u'd eyxpat te
to starve to death. even If they didn't .a I
compete with the tourists, too."
Governmental provialon for military man.;

*_-., -B

.. . .
When the new administration M
U. B. Treasury was spending $9.7I
to print notes. Th seemed
M. Humphrey, the new seretary
lot of other things the ageoy wp
ordered some evenomy .stumf and
are Interesting.
It now costs" $ per thobMi ia
thanks to a eer process dtiy tfh
saving is $1,45
Then someone "
it necessary for !1 i !d
mutilated one-dollr p ils t
burned? They could' find a I 4
than it had always been
the banks destroy twAir owA
$530,000 per year. *

At the Treaavy's BmreauoU
the new economy n- id -
eMary to require t
every month. tr
as good. They It tt
to make sure the Mt *8s7
abuses. m h" am
ways to umae




w M

i SON yA -L

ton *oUfMnamedbyt 1abwrt
rwnt lUn5ted t
IhTa SIetalude -Bob'
smortughs seriou8* pttoa

0d~, saloaofk-ii or partkagrik
Ombamsdor to. .

fare tbey lofti
off tl 'a

to Portu to Mbe

^^ ."t


to g
lag t
at th4
S '

I nmw

4f I.,


Sthinga$rn d i a gam tol,

divide a t of t otas

His job wu.s
catch en y
The oa compal
fought wae
streak of
ptmed Car

wot she

I ow =e oftthe

so nu PM

a I.

f a

Istan Andersen

Dannv have

... .. I I---,

4 .,
"L ^^



____ I_ ___


~_ ____~___ _ ~ _______



-. a

M PAA Pa AAMa "', amw3M4 Axse aWsAmsr

-* P. FhfMh. isg
"Remon5 11 f^ Plan e
1ond21o c W d-ft.,10
EBY..O8WALD Fire fighting teams represent-
Wlttehn for NA Ing the Army. Navy, and Air La
Force will compel in an intot-
service fire fW i contest o"
0ot. iW) at burundu as a culmin- .
NOW aton of Fire Prevention Week flower-dainty

S 72 o e e .ed at 0 aForces.m \d emity, MOVA
JALaY, Q 7 K 9rm mo Eliminations will begin on the

6 SL PAtlantcsicide of the Isthmus onespite its extrly re-
AMwi..thon y,. October I with Fort. Sherman,
Of wc r-*ver have &hi D
,vrr 1 bre QJo ..... aS'I E aoteams matching their skills at
"aw he-tpu... .."" a Q18 8 $ b' .Fort oGulick and Fort Davis andfen
_A ,th balnr d and _Kine a17 *, qFrance Field at 9:00 a.m. while Oi OVA
n '1notehe sl r -e h r h on 8een r the Navy teams from Coco Solo has created a new t t
Althioffices m 6A hSdraAS Solo at 9:00 a.m. as dainty as a wood vio
is Ktr hw been YAKS Army smokeoeaters from the
bc3W RDespite Aitm.R TE.
on Wiauth .si o S CedQ, P c - f 45 boo6. 0Md ee hole a Fo he G A 1 Pacific side of the Isthmue will
Wa be their elimination ont t, duced size, this wondrous ncot s
Sq s I 1 l-. at Curundu on Oct. 2 at P:00 a m. e
w returned isage- the4ie ANo with fire teams representln watch is a m

oaTu ron er chiet n l remem8er. T V o ., d as th 4-1 tre ou t of a Gr1 fet and Neigi-
S that nua~ noral anh- -ne... aF ort Amador, Fort Clayton, Fe rac
ment atheat hen taoa4'4o W. .. m. "lub, i. Kwnobbe, Coroznl d, Madden Wye .,,depend lt
twe sago bthe bride vying for the righ h to representheiuoein rI r
SVther, M Us.a rt, ".,.. b 0 o ee 4 the Army.
0=9&a3Ator mtocapital T team, on either the"
o*e .tre Canal Zone, with the highest
Boat- -'CUT. a wl oehoieunumber of points will be the Ar-
ld Sbre-akor a'l t rao 1t 1 a1e of my's representative at the Cu-
be rel deo nd "mn rnw omH t che ineses wor hi lehe lives rundu inter-service finals. h' c
,' tS er atIlthis, aleof. how tear Each competing team will be I -first eb-tor- p rs
einl r hd e e o reh m he m ust t"up with breaks limited to one standard fire en
W InI Iby i a" -MI their lub b' or the iit-" r m" -- d finesses.. gln e with standard equipment, A.n oer MOVADO
rdWhen uth.played today's one enlisted driver and five en- Z o n,
hit4S l B bt M and must have thel.t he listed fire fighters. -
.uft f- stairs hwas already In heaven. When he The r igtn ones

'* WH .irf....d. ..d f J. had.. fi*nishn ed miply y ng the The fire fighting contest will.
s51Ape -chaodwedlYe opafrthe aensist of five problems: 1) For the Gift y give with pre

oiwip o wot-uo an Nr ahimo a ittl taste ofth o ler lay m o ir h e froml ai
handhe.at Mtr lay22" fire hote froma let Case Fastli h be yoUr guide.
igi' I"L hydrantt and then carry the hose
S" ,Wst opened the queen of a distance of 150 feet and begin
i t bpusheds5 adeas th won with the spraying the target within a pre- T
a xhe tait a ae taat clearer as umedd Sscribed- time. 2) Wet test... 2 r

l e 'n1" sha Hat the le w e ae o same as the first problem butI UT
dowb uthe cooe at n b re 3-2t and tLhe rlefadore t l ubse ro ht o
|Wegationwe"C can Ito bteh flethe fire fighter has to climbs .bITa 1 **r

But tle str noe kin ho oe p a It olastt icks.HroOng -r. E JR E e ch
S-et r Ithathedrl or C n .."111an 11th trick declare l aremen ah reuhme Ia in- e.

*b s i c, t rher. hvl dono1we1h Nie p T tht6eTRAL AVnI NUaeaon PAe
Cdrhd.p r tn paratus. 4 rted os I lay theM-lh Ie la

,Adn' o r o i e r o e even as as th e b's ^tleb.
Sa e finesselt to West's 150feet of hose. shut off pr e-
o w a' came sa other s9 ure,a and replace o, 50 fot section
Stu e to: u.ca. Ne the r puti hose back into
byMlaW wrd covered that he had vere hose lay...teams lay one
Xk r d not o Knly- ....' tricks after 1 0 foot section, shut off spray,
-'4 suuhhmtn e'T at ae correct line of play tsto en lay and attach, a second
.. ey Fner, l "! A Timidae of t line to the hydrant by using the
am ote 'e '-- l" 'W dn od otice konJu.Ak Ci er, t re Itaehe hetfiretrCeefor the oefreghments. fee- iretrck fo thehose laying.

-J.'* Uni he.Unted Pressl---re ,ltor comes. c61 a t,,tthe clubs can-,.=,--- """ hrh-- '-
nIllFb ITH hTHE NEW M .ych"case '
r .N0UU M ;yb,.J *-lt. h 0eNFl2nth LkMust be'soughtLE n 'C
shae ,the way r lel run, down k ockead off the e rcio/ In. Ia. SM 1 P STING .
on N k "^ ind toI Wthe black widow ap der. Not on- set themselves and sent their if both oponen fllow, to
and s e serVMS fr ot insii very timid-She caresdkills in to Turner as though they the fi2st round of clubi (as t.hey F MebI *EN AD
..va ploysoh less foe human than humtansh were rares tige-ru, would iI"n ts cae) 8Utleas F

whi" mMe he's a Inect M are bei found- rigtnow,6call regain et load and take the reodelred. to be vn by the No 1
es, w b m Ohes, WdEed ....c .
atth lnfIan Havsorhenr. Buib 1 ow ftricks a s sumrd- clubs, wthiBalboa.Mum Ctlit7t -oi.
"seartnow he's obel acok that thwano- $. sltes. lo s will be eonle gueso2- .who
for..olnd on th f gMaQo4g w e ,. r.50. of redun t Ieto"da.''d m te bza~ver2 togn
0'I) 'et --l .= -eleik the. re% souldbe tr Batbe World Wide Corn_
--ruabr,. tocI d'liA e an. hrets butmunion service at 10:30 Sunday
an& aa -s c almostmorning.
rd shape.0id body Is about a Invitti l
'attmtely P0"5 h tre s teaided to more than 60 others
altarbeforerather The Golden star Social and "menace" got started and bynow ofsome I snake*.frA t to ,d' leg I abt who have Joined the church
Bautgarb edInhohaolubewillholtdabieo"itme tasae" reachedmnos t4 11"to biteoneAd nnctheanual petygivenIL
wXagnrbet I np C hold saumans, an4, 1It gI-h' t"e year ago, and to ll of the ,,
roln .t'Ierl-ftIa o Chace.willufronLike AM31 specsteelfders.- teachers of the Canal Zone -
"den xssur thn 08,M schools. The occasion offers
f la h.... .nown- =.tgit- wordand the new teachers n opportunity -'
.rateryea!d" mb, tlr ,.i wildow is widely o -.g

. ,0-t.-,.the.malettWe d.of ahoeIsn Cub,.wyll begin
sonsII g tna3 moon -(Iro, which the pedes mixer garne, to be fol-
.WLee selections by the
R.'a, .ld..S-amfound With ctilyoall 11 species of n. .. orga-nizd high school
L. .in houes or b usid by sold of the fe- chir mid-e the direction of
"demsw .nblush ,in some out- notwatt oUt. BUt the maln do *re85 will be br o
bush-other--nsetsto feaeid.p. wiU weeks from -anofthecurch
ex-Kainaf 0t th or tchueth
..I., Whe. 6M.. o n n, the- only haunaton. 'MIfthuman$, thefe- -c
wapn.y. yu k)xa ,Q t-tmales r than the- melean!* Auxiliary "is in I e ,,
ter, a rolled neWupalr, Or a Few' etrrms of life haw c iI the "refreshments.
6 board. iust don't touch with gotte like tbe spider, invitations have
you,."r hands ......I"" per"g found t3 ;0he etn "care of by the Me" UP"
And it's no trick to recgnie even asasMthe -u 400 Clv*"

n~tho h -d erca"itoleabuilding

l your shipments

n1 ISwift div wa -toMm
ovt. obvi n er ao tiedrvtbyg-
"an(' nve i hes s4 c tear nbM.

G. o aqupiine . t e w" "

A 41Cawul p- imdiwo

Sin over otbhr tmeporta*
ot eas. .

Choice of

Wde -Agle Lems.
9 -IK Portrait les
l t Telephoto Imnc




* -4
( .,

C. -.

Ci ma

2.8 lea
ajs Im

Fine Bone China. ..
Compares with the Best
European China.

100 Central Ave.. TeL -2

S ZOO. ,

.,. -.,,ARM Y.I
i ". . 4 *

^. /:_ ,.- '..s- M ^ : ;
f .. 1 .

- ^ 4,', .4 B-eiom Ind '" 0f

$.. : .^ -i,. d ; N


-.. .




A,4 .'


i -

~ ,- -

'-" ~w.r- *

- -- I--~ --~

;U ~"




I _


1 11

R-f ^vr-tljw




Light Canal Emoloyes Go ..UI

On Retirement Roll Today UNIGED it ,,
Great White Fle '
SEight employes in the Canal Coast. He plans to make his .
organization will retire from' home in Hollywood, California.
Wednesday, and will be resent- Diez arrived on the Isthmus
retirement certifica es for March 3,1917, and was employed' *S.S. "SANTO CERRO'"....... ...........
eir years of service. Six of the as a wiremah in the-Cristobal S. "HIBUERAS" ..............
$tiring employes have 25 or Shops. Two years later, he was S.S. "BYFJORD".............. ...........
more years service with the Ca- promoted to electrician and in s.s. "YAQUE" .................. ......... "
nal. !March 1921. he became a viaduct S.S. "MATARA" ............ ............ t.
Those who retire at the end of operator at the Cristobal Coaling .....................
September. their positions, and Station.
length of their service follows: i He resigned in 1922. but was Hamand setriseated chilled and enera car *
Harry E. Bissell, Construction reemployed July, 1928 in the
Engineer. Maintenance Division: Locks Division. He became a
25 years. nine months and 10 tunnel operator in April 1945 A- :
days. and was promoted to lockmaster NEW YORK SERVICE Criet ga
William Diez. Lockma s te r, July 3, 1951.
LOcks Division: 30 years, six, Mr. and Mrs Diez plan to S.S. "CAPE AVINOF". ...........................
ftnths and five days. mp ke their home in Fallbrook, S S..MAJORKA ....................
Charles F. Fromal. Lock Oper- California, and will leave the S S. "MAJORKA .......................--......
*+or (Machinist) Leader, Locks Isthmus about the middle of Oc '-S..S. "IMON".........................
visionn: 16 years, 10 months and tober S.S. R I.' "". ***...................... ..***.
dys. Fromal was born in Newpor S.S. "C. G. THULIN A ..............................
.Mrs. Jessie K. Maurer. Nurse News, Virginia and was first em-
Sipervisor. Colon Hospital; 29 played with the Panama Canal
yfnrs. four months, and one day. as a machinist in the Cristobal: Weekly sailiwtg of twelve passenger ships to New Trlr,
1,Roger B. Morrow. Architect, Shops in 1936. He later became. Orleans. Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattl
Isneering Division: 17 years, a towing locomotive operator at
i#e months and 23 days. Miraflores Locks and was pro-
PLewis Ryan, Station Chief, moted to lock operator in June Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New tsh;
cdden Hydroelectric Station, 1948. Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle.
ctrical Division: 34 years, 10 t hS end assisted in the .
pnthr1 and 17 days. In 1950. Fromal assisted In the,
Inths and 17 days. tinrescue of a young woman who To New York ............................. $4
rill A. Stutzman, Actio g had fa W the water below To Los Angeles and San Francisco ......... 8S0M .
Ct e'Real Estate Unit,'Commu- Mirafloies Brilge. For his cour- To Seattle ...
zity Services. 31 years, three dgq Fohis cour- To Seattle ................... ............ 8
inths and two days. age and quick thinking he was'.
ontmes andMcKeown, Assistant commended by Acting Governor, TELEPHONE
es McKeown, Asistan Herbert D. Vogel.TELEPHONE
Public Works- Preman, Main- He was promoted to tunnel op-
tenance D)ivislo, 35 years, two orator in March 1951 and to lock CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 CO N
nptIhs n adh2ester, New York,operator (machinst) leader in _______ _______________
rn In RocheCster, New Yk January 1952. He left earlier this
WP soel came to the Canal Zone month tb make his home in
v'i+h his parents when he was Newport (lews, Virginia.
bnlv four years old. His father, Mrs. Maurer, Nurse Supervisor
,W. .j. Bissell, was a conductor at Colon Hospital, came to the,
on the Panama Railroad. Isthmu 'tp May 1924 after al-
'9a. attended the Canal Zone most years' service in the
schim6- and worked several sum- Army lurses' Corns.
Ineytacations in various divi- Born in Belding, Michigan,
glonm. He attended Villanova Mrs. Maurer entered nurses'
College in Pennsylvania and was training immediately following
graduated from Catholic Univer- graduation from high school and
iaty in Washington. D.C. After served in the Army during World
workingg for 18 months in West War I. She became anember of i
Virginia and New York. he re- the Reserve. Army Nurse COrps PAST R HTER SERMVICfE BmTWMN
turned to the Canal Zone In Jdne 1, 1920 R" a"OPE AND NORTH AND SOUTHB PACc coAf
1929 and was employed as a re- She was ; noted nurse with (A ULited Number o Para mg Serth)
order In the Mubcipal Engin- tlhe Health Dp artment in 1924 EUROPE
Werinh Div s ception of a fewand. has had inuous service. T s. Pot a ssin .................................. October 5th
1 With the exception Of R feW She was trailed to Colon M.S. Washington...................................... 000Wr101h
rears service with the Madden Hospital as ChieCNurse In July, ---..
Dam organization, he has been 1936. In August. 1I51, Mrs. Mau- TO (OLOMBIA, eCIADOR, PERIU & CHILE:
with. the Municipal Enineering rer became Nurse Supegvlsor, the s s. Dieppe .......................... ... r l4th
Division and Its successor, the position she now h0lfls. She i -
Maintenance Division up to the plans to make her hbie in the TO CENTRAL AMERICA & WEST COAST U .k
present time. At the t#me of his Canal Zone. M.S. Wyoming .............................. ...: octw6br sth
retirement, he held the position Morrow, a native -of Coi.bus, "SRCE ....:E ".R ..t -
of Watruction engineer. Ohio, came to the Eng!i.4eerg s i,.. .........._6W..... October 10th
Bsellill leave about Octo- DivionOfficeasan it..................... ...Ot 14th
her 4th by ship for the West tural draftsman Gi.' s.s. -i g.t.. ....................... ..... Octob at
11939, he was proodd to.d archi- N
,tectural designer vdl received a Weekly reEtarg so bwe Ce rit 3albea IWea Leas'
_ _,_______ !A graduate of Ohio Stkte TUnl- ,* -: I s T
versity, Morrow was employed in "Cr6bMi: ,IRENCH V .O. So .15 Tel. a." "ft
the architectural field In Boston, Tmi L ana. 346J 3 -i B 4
CA Rno m E Ann Artkr and Detroit and in
his home-state of Ohio until his
enlistment Crp a the Off cerda a w an witn the Electrle alibout October-. for n nar
IL., in 1917F. A a member of Divisi6ftwa n- Cristobal. In 1924 he d, California Where he
I... A,60th Artsmllery, Coast was assigned to the Gatun sub- make his home.
Battery A, 6n t eryCoa station as a general operatorI Stutmnan arrived here in 2Q
"M sArtillery Corps, he saw service and was subsequently transferreA and was em oyed wiltb the P0
erseas from 1917 until eblea1919. During Mraflores Dieselployment. t He sonnel B a -lt o ctober
was dischated a a first lieu- wansappo inted chief operator ated. H be ben Act he
ryland. home in Colaude. several safety practices for which th e Real 0 Esorine ?
.n t 0. d i o tn rec- tn 1949 and made station chiefrom Junstate t Hebectme a
n dtorn to his training at June 195G 1 He held the Execupositoie Intor4a AugustI a
SOhio State U. versi ty, Morrow at the pect of his retirement. wasthmus PIfu Ins h th
st udi edA aatM BlockAme rt uAd a_ t'I
Sn o During Ryan's employment 1944.
ke homein.Columus,1several safety practices for which the Real Estatte Uni4%sice
O_ io..be received commendation from June.
Ryan was born In Woonsocket, tIthe Governor and the Executive Mr, and Mrs. stutnb ni"
R -.I.. He arrived on the Isthmus i Secretary. to mae their future bom
November 21, 1918 for service as! Ryan expects to leave Isthmus Peteraburg, IPlorida.

iCKfv Wi .KIL- Planetae Blockade of an u mW NT ,..

PA4E' ,1PENTIr'/
CAIZM... MAil Tk l

*, rt.LTA' POW


SL 1 -


* A L0 I~i:u

Take a Leok

U P r T Vni Aj I BYS a s 'Y IK E S F e

0 op,

s'~pa4 wA'

I ~


aUAN 04*

I '

Tugh On Fooe

S. S i .. '-
l. 4wA
i W3 k's v

S" . ; ;' --
f.-d, ai? ^& se rkifi .i


r~a~ ji


,. .'.~

In e I

*z, / ,, Tit


446"i I
p.., &



"7a .-4


l i

Blue Note

Utt' M WNUnt
I __ ___


Iago= i .* .'a

i. iS OUtb ;j

C**. ,


\ PIC 1 TN .
\M 'BANl r'^

L ruATM6R' I p




F ir


*f^-S^-i.-'^...-.,' "^-^ ^-- '^'^"'f--^.^iM

onP I

"he Will DO In
D. C. until his
iaa. on October

a*'e tohtbeir

i & .4r^

puu vi

dret J nee eI the -f se-
hvenva Chihtlam DVise l _e.-
Jhouette and his new e-Ine.
be itted bodice. By Lusette
ent, Pails.


t AifBr FS W~ ." .I to project him to the I
a at the wives Club will be held this C. o ca i motha
Neo,0Wies 01 wt b ae :rOIe chair 1 n an almstzoba
Ive l t W Mexico.f enIng -at 7*30 In e fom e r iaer.
v. yr, ..t. son of Mr Moom of the b. was elected to t
SMrs. PPrank, former- -d OU tlor ppositon tr
Fob'albrAow resid- N. Teaher X*eep ei lct comprising two
2 of: Val.sat S -..4h
S.o orn talltb f le lde r v voatedo enaf 7 e e.

lW ND2 ' 1 .D in state. .9r *I tl e ]eon

Ir vb k d SU ecm sheldSr t miafted SeO.hn ele

f ale' nor.. H ald A. w L 30,4e no nt ner "' 4 MeCar
syatempORm of po -ere the tet tw thi e gotup
official sw SEE.P la., Sept. .. ..,

be g 0lFClub. At m nthes. o(UP-Clwer iwa-,
Star rul tAto tAtert e to tod. ernpWhor h hisada cI

&aY Pleatgata hantly through O. -

e S2 1 etol corrdor for bl ugu rtN 1ic
a A ek do's uad don o att McCarty ,det Monday night .
C it n -a. John dinner nap n.. hen you a heart coape. brought, on i t
o t. tuai it ao m e table, dont the strain of an earrer oro p
willm e ake' It out. a t attack and a recent: stlegeW
Sat .w edoulpneumon
ou'iZte AnoMhe .n hntt tIrt.r te gov T
fW0rtvKoSt prd nl> t th (xo nof the State my j
ar tg~ ^ dSenate, bicam *nd9gogohnQer a.4. t .a^ *
has no L004 "sf t-o* eI-_ ctlon:

th etof 'iL a. U.. V.1h

;''p^%^ct'van ol handling o: silverware.
Uah --*_____

to^ oat" the owt
Site Temple, Balbo& at
a AM iluao a lutnbfcheon

R W4M u1DBmti at unlon chafth


~4. 4




4 4 4
~' 4



To cdew our sbreii
Sor ii thrisftmi


a D
.:" :. ^ -*
]D,'l1Wt G H
7'* .

4. 4A
:___'.'* ' ', '* '' ''* .'^

E 4w 1

17p ~44~

lis X. Martin add a cbildveil: dot rge V. .eMtt; .:n
Tnttey rea k it 11 -b 4 2 i.
ry B. Nelso. sod Mr. and MMr. M; Michaoel 4flm"
T. B. Ogt d A
., I Ger'trude C. ia aMe;M" p
Mrs. Richard B. Patton; Miss B. Btul.man: MrVs. V
Eleanor C. Peterron; Mr. and Sunderland. Mr. and. Mrs..
Mrs. Thonws C. Petite; Balva- fred W Wtlson ;an, de
dor Repil.i Roblrt J .oy; Mrs. Mr and M. r L
Margueritte R. Schommer; and Jameq c. Wood.


Briga8diex General Don Long-
fel.ow, Canal Zone Health Di
rector, is as ong the' 72 pa&s
pengers scheduled to sail Friday
on. the Panama liner Ancon
according o the .-dvance pas-
senger lst.
Four of the Ancon passengers
'wil deoark at Port-au-Prince.
Thcy are. Miss Saintanise
Auguste, Robert Brown, and
Mr. apd. Mrs. Franklin Moore.
'The complete advance pas-
serger list for New York fol-
. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Ama-
zor. Mr. and Mrs. Howard C.
Anderson; Garrett J. Boyle; El-
dridge N. Burton; Lewis E. Mac
Brayne; fHenry Chase and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Victor
L. Dobrin ~and 3 children; Mrs.
Kay P. Fisler; and Mrs. and
Mrs. William C. Fritz;
Louis H. Hack; Mr. and Mrs.
Julius F. Hatchett; Mr. and Mrs
Meadell Hillman; Alfred Hval:
Henry M. Keith; Miss Mary E,
Kennelly; Mrs. Harold E. Kue-
ne ; Miss' "heodora Kutz; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Lessilack and 2
children; Brigadier Oeneral Don
Longfellow, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-




be 'ea-te the
094 a dis- &iaonOd B
counties perfection almonds
re rlted -T epo
-woum-- 10.1 lul' on

Lok -This aSson.


Monday thru Thuras
MalM dr O .m.A

Mrs. t Wieman.
swaUi.e l1

LAn ouy be re.

blushingas it's never blushed befoie?

'Every gs. y'
-r ......

-n atchi ngfi -u ri-

":. ,You've ever WomI

..two minutes
thoroughly-and it .
don't emear ol l

- l

- I

' .



S*Re. Trade Mark.

1T VA r Ito of...





Beginning ?Toorrow


'4. 44





Prici coming down at LA MODA AMERICAI'S SPECIAL SALE forofly 5 dg.
Measure your Dollar's Buying Power here Get in the act and save

S cotton rayon rfrfm fropn 1.48
beautiful styles *''
4.98 5.98 from 1.98 many to choose from
~-: Ba I INGERIE: Variety assortment on NIGHTIES-- PAJAMAS NZOLIGAIB
JP- AL BSLIPS in regular sizes and extra large slaes, too. Prices below coast! S
iWtf play windows. .....
At best prices we have SILK RAYON NYLON LINGERI ,

1.98 2.48 1.48 1.78 49c. 5kc. 69c,
t 2.78 2.98 2.48 3 for $1.00.
many size TVery Special Prices.
.See eaour SPORT CLOTHES stoically reduced.

F- *J &^t- ^-^44*


-. 4- -i

,** ,.. .-..- ,. ," ;_ -.



/ .

--r .-




- ~8lpe~PP~



Anao lc(*

. .*

. I


-- l~~m-L


= .

l ,^ ^ ^, ^- 5i

-- t es.ix

You Sell' em'.. n You Tellem thru P. Classifieis
Leave your Ad with une of our Agents or our offices" in No. 57 "H S re -- Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colun '


No. 4 rivoll &ve.-Phooge .li*l, 0d

Via Espi" a ', eat4 Pa r
(Belld Villa Theatre I

RME.) 10,059 M -i.-Prhone 265. Col16.

Ag:nca Interoacional de Pll kings
No 3 L&UtlrPlan Phone,


'ii '


Household Automobiles oo. yo. ove .hi piienll Gramlich Santa Cl9' each'm.cI
O hl AWrite AtcMkhelIe Amenimou S togaes. Electric iceboanes.s 1 I.es
FOR SALE: -'Custom-built ebony JAGU-A--R 203' lco Z abodes.le -ot. P"edro I
block mahogany sideboard, ChineselX K-120 hard top coupe, spotles-- ___DR. __ ___Medicaldeltnrcatomb o ,4-56 "7, PedroM M I
modern design. Chrome and yellowacondition, 7,800 rvil-s, has factory DH. WENDEIAKE. Medical CInic
dinette set, and other household installed radio, heater, competition Cenlral Avenue "K' street. corner Phillips. Oceanside Laiotage2 SantoaI
items.Must see to appreciate. 800 cams, distributor, and ignition 8- telephone 2-3479. Panama. li
item. -o Pancra 3. 1871. Cri 1I
D Tavermill St., Balboa phone 2- to 1 compression, general white sid SPECIAL EXCURSIONS v=a LACSA
3220. wall tires, Lucas hi-inten'ity racing PANAtAA MEXICO one way $105 Houses on beach. Si
--- --- -- headlights, this car can be bought 25 round trip $17925 115 day in COOL Camp2ni
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire, washing ma- for $1,100.00 under States price |Im, $165. good one year; to Phoie SHnAPNL. B _.
hine, livir.groom set, porch fur- terms, and may accept small trade- LOS ANGELES one way $179 50 or see caretaker tLhe_ '
niture, small tables, lamps, blinds. in. ar is Panama duty paid. Phone ro.jnd trip $312 89 i90 day limits. Foster's Cottages. One mile pest
lattice work. 0310 Cable Heights AlIbrook 6148 days, C.rundu 6241 Panama Dispatch Service. 36 Ave- Santa Clara. Please brlngyeut
SAncon. 8 after 4 p. m. _____ n'.a Naiccinal (Automoble Row) linens. Phone Balboa 2.16& .
fOR SALE: G. E. refrigerator 82 FOR SALE --1948 Club Coupe Gooc tle Panama 2-1655. WILLIAMS' Sante Clara Beach Cot-
sealed unit, 4 Yr. guarantee. exel- condton. R--17A Rousseau. S 5.t.cr. Expeienced, offers for serv- toages. Large. comtotabli, tadim
lent condition, $65 00. 3-c 1245 cs from 2 30 p. m. on. ClIp her near beach. Balboa 3050 eixept l
3..A C.riobol e TRADDE Pick-ul in good condo.n a note. Mis, Sheila, Box 134, Pan- weekends.
I( ALE;:-60 Cycle Refrgerotor 6 for Morri M Ito o M G See a "" _
U ft. Good condition. Phone 2- Cr., sobiFire Statio.n Friday o, FOR SALE'F RENT"",
,33 k Panaoma, between 8 and 12 Sunda: -_ HO REN
S -------- FOR SALE -1953 Cherolet 4-doo, Miscellaneous o--
aH R SALE:-Bendix semi automatic Sedon, blue and ..orS. whie d --e FOR RENT -Bella Vista, 2 bedroom
washing machine. 60 Cycle. Good walls Cn be financed Balboa rOR SALE--Leca IIIc with F2 lens chalet, dmingroor, parlor, meld |
rendition, 0765-B, Williomson 421"7 or nouse -21 Pcrto B.lla S' ca,'e ac-.rssories, perfect condi- room, and garage. $130.00. Phone
,Pkiec, Balboa. _____ Ancon tio_____ ,,n. Call Sergeant Sykes 2144 3.1713. from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m
OR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigerator, FOR SALE 4F- Che. o'er. forme . Amador -_- FOR RENT.-Furnished tio bedroom.
60 cycle, perfect mechanical con- Army sedo, Condit on good. Cl' Bids 11will be re:eised in the office of House at Westwood Frrn. Suitble I
dit.on, $115. Real Host 4-burner Balboa 2-5101 the Supph and Servce Director, two coupes, rilboo 2756.
Gas stove, perfect condition, $50
Magic Chef, gas stove, saperfect consfctory. FOR SALE.-1953 Plymouth Cam-I Bc'Loo Heights. or General Man- F-OR RENT: 3 bedram furnished'
$15. RCA console radio record bridge Combination Coupe, 6.70 Cmmsary Division, Mount chalet for October arid .Iovembrl
player, $60. Mahogany double bed, miles. Blue. $1.600 00. con be I-I On. Wednes ay, n November :0018 Bella Vita. After.5 p. m. 3-
rrmattress, $47.00. Mahogany single nanced., 125-B Gamboa Phne 6- 1953. when they wll be open 50
bed, mattress, $46.00, mahogany 286.- .n oublc. for furnishng ,550,000 F T
buffet dishes, miscellaneous. Tel- FOR SALE -;946 Oldsmobie ,2 Dr. pounds of Fine Gronulated Sugar FOR RETI
phone Panama 2-3067. Excellent condition, radio. sear Forms of proposal, with full part-
FOR SALE: 10 cu. ft. Frig-daire covers, $495, $200 down. finance; culars, may be obtained In the of- Apartmte S
with 50 lb. deep freeze chest and balance. Sgt. Ste.nmetz. 84-6154 force of the Supply and Service ALHAMBRA APAt TM1NTri S
3 year guarantee 60 cycle $300 Director, Balboa Heights, or of the M ode R A ,4 an r M n iS e
Modern bar with 4 stools $45.00. ANTED General Managerg, Commisdern 2. 4 and 5 ram a
Chaise Lounge, Simmons with in- Generan, Mount Hope, Canal Zone. or unfurnished. Call at Alhambra'sI
Choie Lounge, Smmons wth n- Mount Hope Canl Zone. Office 8061. 10th street, Colon
-erspring cushions $35.00. Metal MI illaneQou FOR SALE -National NC-173 cam- Telephone 1386.
chest of drawers $1500. 4 burner ....NTM. IY CASH 5 CARS municatons receiver and speaker. ATTENTION 0 1. Just bul moden
^ r Only2 Plymouotr 60ecdge.hev.e. . y roueou. furnished apartments, one, two
to 1953, 't duty paid. 4 duoo D.e .- -_____5___.. u bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
C SALE-Bomboo furniture. lamps. Lux-. Will see them from 4 1o "7 P FOR SALE -AKC registered Cocker phone Panama 3-4941.
S 2. Campono Street, 3-2759. m Hotel Color, .4Panamal. Telephone P,,ps cfr sale. One male. ore fe- bo- anama .h l T-e-
4 Cr:tcboal __ 2-0770, Mr. Fonseca male 3 months old. Phone Albroolk FOR Et.
S SALE:-Complete Double Beds WANTE a Amercan couple r__________ __ '
S $-.00; Chairs $2.50. guaranteed. for NovWfte firs. occupancy, tw- .
4 burner gas stoves $69 00. Tables bedroom apartment. furnished orA
from $3.50, Dressers $8 00. Ward- unfurn,shea Porch ,.fh ,.ew Held For 10
robes $48.00. Metal Tab'es $14- de hired. Cad 2-31-71, during of- Mom
00. China Closets $1500 Vonitie fce hours D l '-
with Stool $39.00. Cribs Icom-I Yo Lung --ady V13.
e) 3900 Many other bar- Young lady ould ke to work in Burglaries Must
S s d d Furnt. American home hours. Plaseawrite F
HX-Household Exchange. 41 Au- to Beatrice. Box 1 34 Panama Face Lie Del 1rS
tomobile Row (Notional Ave I We I am interested in a motor-genero.
Deliver at First Small Down Pay- 25-60 cycle convenrter. Townshend QToI tl oept. 30 (UPa
.ment. N. Interest Charges. Tel CrW.tobal 1776 Two___ lie detectot e? "erLs cam .
I 3-49i11l Diplomat seeks furnished 3 bedrom here tOdg v to quest1, ina Moth
.-.01ALE:,-Miscetianeous household house. Telplone..o.,ni&df. 'of five who admitted 10 burgla
goods, Westinghouse refrigerator lies and said she made her es Prat
S- i perfect .condition $15000. 1952 capes with the aid of a bicycle 7 70.
DeSato and Hillmon. House 45, and an airplane. R RENT: -be
3 Vw St. New Cristobal. 3-2448 rsPolice Chief Ray Welch said A private entrance. 6. 7 t. I
was suspected that Mrs. Bonnie Estudlne e t .
FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot me- Willing, 30, was involved in 1f
chine, piano Upright Grand, baby more housebreakings.
crib. Telephone 916 Colon He said thousandss of dollars "
worth of loot had been found 1i t
FOR SALE-endix washing mchineMrs. Willin 's home.
FOR SALE-Bendix washing ma.chne : Lie detector tests may show; -OR REN Store spae. d fe
condition. Like new, $100.00. Tel he said, whether Mrs. Willing business a or Sieme
3-5101. I stole a $2,502 diamond pin from rchoi situate n St
FOR SALE:-Small portable washing the wife o State Sen. T. Mac- 1 ,Bolhv t nd 'at e AnW.
machine. $5.00. Small three burner Downing. A .l "Sasso JarV I, Ltd."
kerosene stove, $6.00. Balboa, 2- I Mrs. Willing has admitted T. 1.36. Cpln.
3101. stealing the luggage of Mrs.
Downine and Mrs. T. E. Mus-
FOR SALE:-Bby bed. wth mattress selman last February from a car
$F 500 LaL- e pla y pen ih$10.00 -^- at the Musselman home. She de .
baby buggy, $10.00. 125-B. Gom- nled finding the pin in the lug-
boo. Phone 6-286. 4 gage, however, however. Welch
FOR SALE: 5 pece dnette set s O loot inludd 45 war L an
good, condition. $25.00. Mahoeon, QtOther loot included 45 war
good^ condition. $25.00. Mahogon^ ^^ Xbonds of $25 denomination. Jew- .
rocking chair, $7.50. House 167- bonds of $25 denomination.Jew-
Cked o ig $. se 6- elry, two fur coats. dresses and
C-C Pedro Maguel. two steaks taken from a refrig- PANAMA CTY, Fla.,
Senator. (dP)l- A le-ag
SFOR SALE Welch said Mrs. Willing ap- packing in halnd grtnide
FO SALE jparently kept the robberies a of a gun held up the First e'l
|Rel I secret from her husband. eral Savingu ih d Loan 'uA "s
Sea Al Thesen, a detective who today and eMcaped with an as-
FOR SALE*---Nice house in San Fran- was guarding valuable wedding tiniated $2,500.
cisco, 500 meters, $7.000. Easy gifts at a residence Saturday. Cashier GOria Jeakin said
payments. Thomas Real Estate I said e challenged Mrs. Willing the grayInr-~ Jt walked lato
Agencies Central Avenue 259.1 when she rode up to the house the buildnit l y after B .ot,
phone 3-1069. oI n a bike and walked onto the went to a .ot d acribbled 4
FOR SALE:-Furnished house in San- front porled away. he said. Po- e, then h dl for ste w |
to Clara with 898 meters square' EAN FEAST Donna Rae lice later picked her up at her The not. thnt at t'
land. Corner lot in Cerro Campana Mencke, 2I1, of Mohle, Ill.,hj home where the said they read: "Dotthrt atmovhe
one hectare. Call 3-2949. 12 noon nou vegetable to last her all ond he loot hy sad thy rad: "Dont ove.
4 m---* nyour cash ll th m oW
-4 p. m. inter in t Po bean, our Mrs. WillIng used the airplane have or JPI', the
feet high, weighing 8%/ poulllf Iin cashing "almost all" the sto- bits."
'POW SALE-Lot at Santa Clara. close The lhug vegetables not prlp len bonds at St. Lous. Mo., bank, The ca.sder d
to the beach. 1679 MIs. Call 2.- 1rl a y but a memberr according to Welch. She hired then pulled a
5206, any time. g o family. the plane in West Quincy, Mo. from a plastUc a
.. -- had seen lind
LOST & FOUND Rattling Good Road 111 ,Up N Ighs ke i
ih r l ELDORADO. Kaen. IUP ) I fYouuffer from itn The ba dt
'"Tb .f:-Z hunting dogsf near Chivoe. County yN11neer 12, Ne'wco-- B e a Leg paifrAtns, p
C hi. .. of Io ur, N ervousness "nr w eak- th e tr ', .
C o, n- dT er thinks maybe Linmore Road neosu should help vor Prostate The
2:0670. Mr. Novrro._____hould have been named Rattle-I Glan mimmediatelywh l'ENA. tion Inw, hr Au '-
birwn, 10 months old with Canal snake Boulevard. Construction you fwe ond r medr, snmaese said it w l
Zone t 3329. Reword given for crews in one short stretch of the leewitboutl aterruption. Get appears to b lE
4tu7 Te!. 3-5053. 9th Streeti rural thoroughfare killed 13 rat- sauS guarant. -ee-"d. -oa-
No. 47, San Frnc,5o. tiers. OGENA r omyo rbms .oa
47 I

ave you had a dale witd a

SRocket" 8


U =" '_ '. = i ... .

Autowobiles PR

I decor
Ask I
feldw i

Uo0, F
1 7 Centra

I r.

SAW.o a 1..
Io. eoftl 14
far ,d.% ,u

d'.k(or=. Ttharet

tvy Barnett of

9 Leave nm ad ndm
lim a W.:

- S 3,

l ,a

X '-'-IBKTOH^ S.A,.

luw *.,.tw But*.
,rt Metcis lI tr.
Smatic and ww rati Trac
ml-n. offe their proe

L ,tesZ -


Tel. .171.

Si B dd., 5
.- ,

0418i, -d'
pt. 30 (UP)

Ff Roe o aBm
4 lb U.-. Court

'allE a hBa li Wedo
r as Iha that14e all
A be P, W"a

* -'- 5,l-' N'- v

Jilil Au

r',,, -,'-%e
3 ~ 1


r 5! e~

A4' All
"i ... -.

i ,4' I .. ,

. . . .. .. --. , I ".'_ l

,.M1 .C .h..

S '. -i .. ...

'-.. ,.'


4-Dft. SUDAN, RADIO,-. -


~, ~ -


.i ',~.'

'a- -
l.a s:.i


*l -~'



', -;R

Fourth of Jrav Ae. Phone 2 0441



,'- .'
- '**- I

~Dfti 50M1. RAPIOd



II ;--- ----


w .

I O ^1


ili5LFI -~ :

.. . . ". l 7
kle gowth df civil air travel in mrepent yerts sAown
It is bas4 a recent bulletin of t tern
W Rui kve data in- momneters, whickr- haew 0kga
ititg fa i theldck of quwotea-ry#rad fAgre' .T.l
*WHies- carried 45 mlUlle passeners in S, cWLo ta
A 1 47. In the U. S., airHn, e pWsM a a-he
r evice esi ln I ad e;.i; t bZy-& 1i
q~r bet ween the S. and overseas &pu.

'i .....ll

y l We
j ne
- or.:




SPes or I
toldtTo o
ft Briu I

'. .A1T1" 9. T

atae A

i i, t aon's nu
- uwSiita e this VI

SSafe From

=egun.. F4
R On ,dl

|W17 9 ; V

Ieu; 's

pa 2ard e e. Mon' eITa-U14 a s ca ainq py
Sfar hleast-known American
itt~SM t ca ts ative to the felhe. 8alebe. awted1 seldom
[ted States, the National'over four feet long, Jaguarun-
e ys, only di -re. either rpt red or a
IM I bobeatsm ga" blt .two-color
ent or dichromatic creature.
CAatural- W~m~ttae tbe r, they are
"*ti. have rarely len, ao wta t
recent nd .lbigblrg h thirets
e nO^i. r lithe Ant-
o, *Isrdt rab-
of all b mce and rats, monarchs
S.t n Borders is o1 thei' thorny kl*'dom. I
t totted'this one piglei -they max ib
it ven- more numerous than sightig
as the seem to indicate.
'd west to' Rather than these, ungle
f today on- cts,. it I- t e 6M omutaln llbn
ansf 41mngrywan- that mait".AmeNeW associate
raMe troam co to with thelr owa '^tatry. Crea-
imesand foMg| hbill ttre of manv names pgma,

r am m.m zuna wv;i
ImAn.e wB.lW W"f
es frm ase to tip
St ij tren
u break tihe neck


~w -
..~*- ..-

1. -. I
-~. a
.......'c.. *.



A#LZ C IUCV CA S. pley ud delelees, Is a eId-
fai tate treat to sour table la a aew, am. eo Ua fIora.
A a ,nd Marketos tor last Rub muffin tin .with mar
r P in R Northwest Is rich garine. Fill 2-3 f .with batter.
h appIe arid apple' rapes. Bake in a moderate ovtn '375
have a't received asferal degree F.) for 20 to 28 minutes.
W one have selected this Cool and Itrat wtW Snowy
a for ta te cupcakes. White Frosting.
'he r e tses top grade
rined ~uce ondi qtal-ty Snowy White Ire.ung
rgare ln d produces party
iC .es-dI _rttep4 With either (Mlaked frestn for f IoI&o cup-
at, saWng or cas. or 8 x -Inch e
.-..,.O ."' One third cup margarl, 1-2
Stespoon vaunlla, 1 1-4 ca B.hift-
Applesauce Cupcakes ed confectioners' sugar, 1. table-
spoon milk.
)ne third cup margarine, 2 Cream margarine until sOft
s sllteJ flour, 1 teaspoon and fluffy. Seat in vanilla. .Ad
., % teaspoon sal, I teaspoon confectioners' sugar graduaUy,
namon, -2 teaspoon coves, alternrting Witl nmilk. Beat aft-
Scup aeeqlesh rains, 1-; cup til smooth Lnd- creamy. Oreater
ipped nul. meat, 1 cup sugar, volume wW be jachieved by mia-
cup un wuetened applesauce. chine-nizlxed frosting tban by
lift flour soda, salt ,nd spices the hand method.
ether. tlx. in raisins and
eat.'l am r l Mocha Prosting
d sugar, am wel: Add
and b- hU n.lxture Is 6lft 1-3 cup sifted cocoa with
Ify. Add applesauce alterma- confectionerz' sugar. Substitute
- with diy ingredients, ad- 2 tablespoons very strong coffee
ig dry ngr.-idients first afid for milk.


t -f ,.
tae ttWj'cS
-*aet1. .'.^.'

B ~

. ..

a Owl ctthuLui"d 40116 fto
:yum tabler.a
a er-acidity.* ams e

-l *edemagela


Your Community Station
w hr seeI.e@ people M" e

Today, Wednesday, Sept. 50
3:15--The Little Show
S:30--Music for Wednesday
4:00-Muic Without Words
4:15-Sepia Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:356-What's Your Favorite
6:00-To be announced
6:30-To be announced
7:16--The Jo Stafford Show
7:30-To be announced
8:00-Evening Salon
8:45--Commentary on World
9:00-Educating Archie (BBC)
.9:30-The Haunting Hour
10:00-The Bing Croaby Show
10:30--The Relt., Lectures (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Siga Off

Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 1
6:00-Sign On The Alarm
Clock Club
7:05-The Alarm Clock Club
7:30-Morning Salon
8:15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Music Makers
8:45-Jerry Sears Presents
9: 00-News
9:1-S.acred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:06-Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (contd.)
11:30-Meet the Band
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Poptlar Music
1: 15-Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-A Call from Lea Paul
2:15--A Date for Dancing
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-,ittle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Thursday
4:00-Promenade Concert
4:15-Bob Eberly
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:35-What's your Favorite,
':00-F--r h in the Air (RDF)
6:30--Tobe announced
7: LOW Thomaes
3t-a.M t gBlt'" Cltbi (VOA)
7:30--To be announced
8:00-Mgic o0W Donald Vorheesi

9:30-London Studio Recitals
10:06-Jorge Fazola and his 0O-
10:15-The Latin American Set-
10:30-The -Hal of Ivy (VOA)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
13:00--1gn Off
Bapumtten of Symbols
VOA-Voloe of America
BC-arith Broadcasting 0t-
RD-WA ediWofouslon Francalke
Too May Legs
even-legged frog, whose extra
legs impeded rather than aided
bhis f ability, will be a-
0afrt this fall by the
high school boly class here
The odd a; blbian. with
uperfluous l attached to
R1mar I. was caught in
Walpet A H.by two El Dorado

uk nd
we In it.



e lldy for immediate
the floor delivery"

'6" 4 Door Sedan

Limited amount still

See Eddie Coe for a
S demonstration.


21 Aut-ob tow
* .

m- 0

4ah.G~~..j a csdh.

as low'
as 5591..

Disdacdvly styled to b with any decorave -
full, rich one-maadad aiz keyboMrd-compai in m-r
light, responsive action-moderate in price.

7110 Bolivar Col6n 40 Open unUl p.m.

bfr verslp...
At phowie6opI exhibionsM mslons ond compemions
me what a lage proportion of wing pictues b
AoHei. Ilf th same so Y in
Photographic rWd
U f Yea Books. RoWeis olways
lend the Held

16 6"wtaem.wi

I- ~ 1~




Wonderfully soft Non-bunching Self-ventilating
Never needs restuffing

Exft-large size on sale

at $10.95 -

Don't buy ANY foam rubber pillow -
insist on DUNLOPILLO


14 Central Ave. Tel. 2-2771
Also available at:
Philippine Rattan Furniture
Household Exchange
Mueberia. El Diablo
Case Admirabi
S. ags Sport '




"**. 4- in ,

- ~.. ~..-~


r I

fivr 4 z a

,tz, ." .. . . .. .. -.. .! -- .

l ic oci Mississippi Tr e .
&1 195, Galu .- Tle .ne, .,.. ". *,%
...... Echipses Steam al Treic
DMRS. BALLETT CELEBRATE 4congnition were Linda Wong.: E lp e'
ND MRS. HANNIVERSARY Carmen Yee, lika Gordon, Irma
Lambert, Mika Nagakane, Lucy WASHINGTON. Sept. 30 World War r provided the
il. thd Mrs. Carlton Hallett, of Gatun, celebrated their Hugues. New king' of the sus fu a vid-river
2 wedalling anniversary with a buffet supper party at their Carmen Yee, Girl of the the snubnosed tob t -. qt. To fmlat .the raailrd
r Saee Monday evening. Month, for August, received a Ing trains of steel aIewg carry e owag"e e-rM i
':r special certificate ofommen-, e n .dw Co tm
T i tpids who were with to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Turner. special certificate of Comm and down the g Govement etbl d a
the fi this happy occasion Among the guests were Lt. daton. ts tributaries, t ar on carrier b e service
fromthe Atlantic Side: Mr. and Mrs.and Mrs WElinor Dones Mr and seusis haued 33 furnished b the ocet.he eountral ie Or-
ncr t Ml. MRichard Tomford,!Mrs. J. J. Mayo, and Mrs. John The honorees led a graBa nd rve nuefresiot t The ser ice pe ite a
Dr. Cl iers. A. E. Gerrans, Zubko of New York., co en- J Hallet Celebrates Gtmesthe apmsociety, hen pker ace *. _
Mr. ~l o.rst. E. F For.be s, Mr.. pletn the three year corse Northhamton were guests more gla s morou te pyar to pen
Wd WattsJ. Morris, Mr. andJ. of nurses Do trna ining. Judith HGraduateallett youn dauh ne crew and one a gw
Mrs.*Wendei Cotton, and from At St. John's Hospital iofthe evening. Like a tugbdat lal war ma.W.41
the Atlantic Side: Mr. andMrs. FourMiss Elinor Donahue grad- usic was furnished by the ocean liner, barge towee ythe Micalasppi liver
E. eagravesutenant Mr. and Mrs. uated on the Academr 21 from 60th Army Band celebrated 15,000 or 20,00r's version of the r g some een
Marthallna Mr. wyer, Mr. and Mrs. St. Johns Long Island Cityer tenth birthday anniversary valocomot o 400, to 60says the e scort ENG
Lo ,,slandeCit ao___.
E. CB hitter, LieutenantCand Hospital in New York. corn-Judy Hallett"Celebrates IGeographic.Society, A.: bltankers, e au
Mrs. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. pleting the three year course Birthday Anniversary prow permits one .libM, Iahipyarcto Us
W. Watts, Mr. and Mrs. J. of nurse's training. Judith Hallett young daugh- one crew and one
W. CGo~fin, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. !Four schools held joint ex- ter of Mr and Mrs. Carltonmaneuver barge fleets
Boggj; Lieutenant D. B. Mar-1.erclses in the Academy of Mu- Hallett of Gatun celebrated 15,000 or 20,600 tons, is the most extensive GOLD
shali404 Mr. Willie LaBrance. sic in New York. Miss Dona- her. tenth birthday anniversaryvalent of 400, to M highly developed witerway
hue had the honor of being with a luncheon and matinee freight cars. the world. There are 25
Mrs. Souder Honored the valedictorian of the four party, Sunday Two-Way Trde and dams in the Upper LOTION U
With Farewell Coffee groups. As a Freshman she had I Headed Gultward, the lefla-ppi from Alton, Iinois,
Mrs. Florence Souder was the honor of making the Clusters of balloons formed than barge fleets carry S t. Paul, Minnesota; 4 in 24 LOwM
honored with a bon voyage speech for her class upon the a canopy over the birthday ta-' from West Virginia, Ohio River from Cairo. I- L iAu
coffee and silver dollar show-occasion thatL they
coffee and silver dollar show- occasion that they receivedble which was centered with 'vania and Kentucky,, to Pittiburgh; and 11 in
er given at the Margarita Club- their caps. As a junior, again birthday cake decorated In from the North Central B Illinos Waterway which ROYAL
house, by a large group of she made the class speech in pink and blue. structural steel and Iron ppe nects the Great Lakes with
friends, prior to her depar- presenting the caps to thefrom Pittsburgh and Mississippi basin.
the tfand fneeMsssii bas ewit
ture for the States. freshmen. The young guests included ,mills, for the Indutr MIRAGI
mrs. Soucer is an Isthmian Jerry Belote, Barbara Reynolds, South and transshipment orists Should Carry
old-timer ana is leaving to Miss Donahue is well-known Elizabeth McLaren. Andra Lee foreign ports.
reside with her son, Herbe'rt, in on the Gold Coast. She grad- Nash. Judy Hakanson. Judith' On upstream runs, the barger per Bags For Trash
Connecticut. uated from Cristobal High Gray. Kathleen, Elaine and bring coffee, nitrates aad baur-
.rh RMy M. Steele presented School in 1950 when her par- Diane Asbury, Libby Pearson. ite from South Amer can W NEW HAVEN, Coon. CUP)-
the bonoree an orchid corsage,. ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pamela Therlault, Pamela goods from the Paf C@ e Connecticut Motor Clb
SFernmt ad multi-colored hibis- Donahue now of New York. Johnson, Lynn Coffin and Ra-s sugar from Cuba, hemp t, a vel director, Mrs. Maxine
cus were Lsed *-n the bulls, resided at Fort Gulick. Her nona Anderson. Manila, burlap from India. ,' n, believes thet would be
table by Mrs. Paul Coles, Mrs. sister, Mrs. Kathleen Huffman, Mark Twain mar. le* er "Utttbugs" .f motorists
an sAl i 'sM.6e
Steel. an: Mrs. Alice burKle. resides at Coco Solo. First Men's Bake Sale river pilots who marl d carried Paper obagi1 in their
who were in cnarge of arrange- -- Tomorrow packet boats arwou ma c I Bars. a
mst Mrs. Bennett Welcomed At The first Men's Bake Sale bends, through eddies'andnas Instead of battering debts
.n"friends who participated Morning Coffee will be held Thursday, October row channels. The towbo i rer the, highways, Mrs. Roes
in tp .party were: Mesdames, Mrs. Primus Bennett, presi- I at the Exchange Building at lot is nQ less skillfuL mot could place ter
.ulius Lusky, Susan Rinehart, dent of the Fort Sherman Of- Coco Solo, starting at 9:00 a.m. His "Ibcomotkve" la Inlc and either trash lb the
Alice Burkle, Viola Steele, Kay ficer's Wives Club, was wel- All of the delicacies on sale 300 feet lQog with up t and leave them at the
Trimble, W. Redmond, Helen corned from a States vacation will have been prepared by the horse-power; and t e." eare t filling sattlon or -next
Leves, Louise teynoias, Mrs. by the ladies of the Club. with members of Fleet Reserve As- many as a dozen ages. m eal stop.
Thomason, Mavis Altmeyer, E. a luncheon at the Hotel Wash- Isociation, Branch 59. vary from 175 to 2B0 0
C. Blundt, Henry Bell, J. O'- ington. T length, from 26 to 48 Nth American animals
Bonell, J. riedrich, Edna_ .The patronage of their friends width Most are 11 feet-I *t aurin the cold win-
Benoit, Mary Barca, Eleanor This was a final get-togeth-i will be appreciated. Capacity 850 to at. hese are te
Moist, Elsie Stillpon, Ruby Rob- er for the group as they are each ,e I, bdi @r_ bat:; o
inson. Mary L. Engelke, Mary being transferred- to other post.i, Be bt,,nes- t ^,,, k, cpm ln, rd '.
sveeA, Mariaret Schantbr, Jun, 'and some are leaving for the Sgt. And Mrs. Hubler shipping tis 0ttelng
E'.rh,. Agnie Cole.nan. Martin States. In appreciation of her Announce Birth of Daughter Most sternwh eler t' -
Nickdls, Mrs. MOleod, Ed. Womrn- work, the group presented Mrs. gt. and Mrs. Orvis Hubler, been supplanted by diese-pw-
o %, .Zrs. Brennan. B. Clarke, Bennett a Dresden figurine. of Fort Gulck announce the ered twin-screw propeller ps
Norinan Angermuller, William She also won the door prize, birth of a daughter, Elaina Kay'. many of them streamlined. A- -
howgra, f. Workman, Mrs. Mrs. George Sewell. of Fort on September 18, at the Coco board, cabins for crew and of.
Lu, lv. rt.e ooudeis, Mrs. Davis, was a guest, and Mrs., Solo Naval Hospital. flcers are comfortable ad '
Turnr, B. Casanova, Margaret Robert F. Alexander, honorary' daughter are now at home. spacious; galleys boast tiled..
Crone. Olga D. Roe, E. Dockery, I president, now of Fort Amador- floors and electric freel i .
L.Bimoh-, A. Leacn, R. hearn, 'was unable to attend. I nflits. Barge line offers have
Wainlo and Mrs. Hou- The ladies attending nclud- Rotarians To Hear moved from waterfront hacks B
ed: Mrs. W. E. Butcher. Mrs. Mr. Branstetter to city office bUllc
D. Canant, Mrs. J. W. Cherry, Mr. Neil Branstetter. Super-t cty oce b
"i Eveniug Had At Mrs. R. M. phourret, Mrs. H. visor of Music for the Canal1 V" '
Dance C. Davis, Mrs. H. M. Duffield, Zone Schools will address the A few
i h Mrs. Michael S. Greene Mrs. A. N. Dupuis. Mrs. M. A. Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club at churned V*e -
S .go prizes promiscuously Everett, Mrs. D. B. Flemming, their regular luncheon meet- the pakot boat era o
I~" less valuables' the Mrs. R. W. Gallupe, Mrs. R. C. Ing at the Strangers Club, at century t, with the
bers .and guests of the Hatcher, Mrs. W. J. Healey,' noon Thursday. of the, VW oads, river a
W 04 CotMisWon Ciub had Mrs. J. K. Hanson. Jr., Mrs. L.1 Mr. Branstetter will speak on la fa -ore
a, evening at their J. Kesthely, Mrs. C. F. Kirk- 'Music." p yes g..' f' m"
I ance, Saturday. wood, Mrs. R. J. Lamatsch.Mrs.
*wInners were: Captain J. A. Lee, Mrs, E. B Leinster,
i MrS. Arthur T. Wilder, Ms. Cora Mrroney, Mrs. D. F.,
"3. P. Johnson, Ernest Fa- Ridgeway, Mrs. H. B. Terrelll.
r Captain Arthur Logan, Mi. Mrs. J. W. Tubinis. Mrs. D. D.
'Mrs. L. L. Barfield, Jihnt! Vaughn, and Mrs. W. C. Wil-
er, Captain and. Mrs. P- cox.
Duftan, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- I The party was arranged by'
S gelow, Jr., E. B. Turner, Mrs. Kesthely. Mrs. Vaugh,.
s. John Zubko, Captain Mrs. Kirkwood and mrs. Ben-
Nman ktutchinson, Mr. and nett.
Albert Wilder, Mr. D. C.
henvy, and E. W. Mill- "September Song"
h., :Formal Dance At "Y"
uoges for the contest were A dance of special signifi- .
s, E. B. Turner, Mrs. E. C. cance to members of the Girls'
and Mrs. W. F. Grady. Service Organiration was held
Earl Orr served as an- at the Cristobal Y.M.C.A. U S.0
ncer. on Saturday. The occasion was
aptain and Mrs. Arthur a formal dance, entitled "Sep-,
,,,r were welcomi3d from tember Song." .
Tatign and .farewell wUs said, Those receivilhg special re- Id

1950, MERCURY COUPE, Light Green Radio, Fog
Lights, Leather, New Tires. New Car Guarantee
17,000 Miles. Terms Trade. $1400.

Atlantic Side Used Car Headquarters


no wet sponge
o greasy fingertips
,. m apiNy powder

wl in this ivory-andgolden MIRROR CASE

V At, by PON

G***'on with ifts 0"
gad stays iThe moatn
aly complexion -v ou'v
j owned-Angel Fac
aj "'Pfod's. No wet sronw
fmnerti psI No
SAngel Face -
Also it s ks
hka, wiFh-9.


e ever
e by
sl No


on with its puff and clings-
much longer! For n's powder
and foundation in-onel
Perfect for your headbegl
The new ivory-and golden

Booths need for a radiantly glowing
complexion puff. mirror,
and veetyv Angel Face. 'And
it can t spill' In 6 Im els shades.
04W w yaw" sbad .6 of "nee s'M I

S. V *


a truly Pearl Nail Polish


...gives your nails more briliane, mor
lustre, because it contains far moer lu ne..i
than any iridescent polish youmiae eMver si
No other nail polish, regardless of Fioe, w i
real Pearl effect-and what's mone-.dra
days longer without chipping or.P *in
dress your nails for flattery with meiu I, mw..

IC-- .

. . &-= ,;,]

t Gsa." 4

~11 -

I~ E~?

h i .'.
; .: .. A .f-^, ^1 "-
6v'g, /s fffir,, -r's

a. ,
-' s i '

.. "y % 4 L

4 '~
.v ~


,i~ ~

~ ~.1~% .4


MsdalR. "ia 10. 15 ye. s ,- ti

mean and distinction of dfth-
cologne. .
Now there re -
choose from -. B
with itst ownpq
personal choice 'ain o .. .I
.:,11. ;"

. .. ' -" " '

J4 tkEaw a&


V -, s

V1 -!f *. rl-ri
lvi i 'J,. ,. r-..
*ri .- .ve* :

- 7 -. '
, -. -. -, .1



b j7p


'. A-4_". ,

- .-..'


~' ~'.',


. 1

,,, .
'. ; -: .. 4,,
JA. .


~.1. ~
~,(j -'~
~f ~.' -~.

9.'. ..1,:.
~ ''1~j~~


* * *-

.. .. '

- .

I . ; . .

mmav .r w W

M06-0- a


-", ,- *^ --.-7 w.,= -7;: mk ,, .. .. ,- -. ,*- ;;-.--' .

-.,- ,. .. F ,. ..j: .. ,__ _ . .t.l B. e'u. ., .N f t
,r' d ~ ..u- PAN ..... ._. AN .W

- ,.
Aob. V ..

Panamanian c trdl of its mer-1
a. fleet to -trade with,
4 .. ,' he;

,w, ew .her W-rdrink.n
_th sor mo Tare&ai Remsion replied to be toast in
1S Set move a hir S h bhW t1h1 A aumWad r Ro-
.... hirw? Intoni glish for' lim. e
11* r Mk Frankliala attorneys
as,-e lr c f The at.free O a firstt
Othe future eanlgIn the deep emot=onfelt by mself,
t.'Plus n gero his wife, and the members qf his
'Pls. a whoppag official party over the zpoeptlon
wof alimony. weneOven him hers ap evr tile fact
wd Jane Poweh as at he is the first chf of state
soon as he gets e freedom, as toviasit Washingtn Pres
nLov Lucy," argln thathe will be, poor as dent aenhower amoffice.
SlRoom &e mouse it he agrees to "That honof," ~gi'la not
for all Mrtitm's ter. for me at a, dingp from
this grand American people to
t: I: pow about the Wodu0er who the people of Pnama.
MlMYay was aboMt0 lh4 a cattle ain He commenied lt or be-
sn pedefniL a 3-D picture and Aked Ingthe a apan-
Sta his tal- his director IfIf cou)d be done In th *hm an
n "' w<.ee poea -Ara*y wWb1ARemon
vlth aber-e-ant soundtl? dscrbeda th mt human
have an-* I-s thatnhas existed in*y."
cameras TiAt SUITe H He noted the sea" earelation
or dop which exists betn the
ib ei pro* Marilyn Menoe ha moWe two emtntri ee Ca-
1r years into Betty Grable's lavish dress- two cotalns e a
That a tIe room luiteu M at Fox. Now Wods hed
am dseed AIl t be known as Suite mmhe m- S e(he

aS'-S Sterinjg 'Iaden's OX. after am o dwere
mLo- minor eye s A rgery. seto we
aie c$ 0 ol Wchbb, of, movie Sbaby4aby BncB1b
"fat Te, almost sat ein the ib P ded by
and of Ty w latest. Th, e baby re ama
. Dnny s a was born tW o after Ty and between
a f tnh. lnda tt a -arty at Web's he had
Mpghome come her .6 but he
.s.-k me r- Oth m MoEl.en-
er,'6.oa a et time,. hs r to e-

*rags me:
r Is
f-oDn "I thi

. 30 -



ievidrNWsenhoaer, five, wore
a e tr ed with
!r- old i mnedlwork. He
a le t irt

sAlter A RS ad Chwia,

n toti of the
doil-b-aring ~iuts which
growers mW tmhan $6,-

UNDERWATER "AUtTOTRAPH" Wieldiag an uaMo wter
cutting torch Ibtead of b 'pen used by his famous iasesake
diver Bernard Shaiw denibusies the art of cutting metal Wuder
water, at marine engineering and welding exhibit in LonIdo. The
embryo submarine artists are Dennis Callum, 12, left, and Aea
.. 'Brann, 11.

'I' a rrp-

aDoat n Recame a rmumft
to tMansp6rt him to is-

Remon, Ike
(0nti--d from Page 1)
:toWa ask for n


to wn

ie invsi anft0ot
Ih hea de e-
Sh.vlat to Wa-

ps.goreuimeZnt 1hai&
0 it there
on the

Satti Ohe athe
& eoan fbl maIeL -ese itl
--fxi-'f~a-H t--- llafM

I A i or a zt 7 Kemosaid. o Iae i resteows mp C offeea.
~ .egta.at.WasAingtoeD.C.



NEW YORK, Sept. 30 (US1M9
- The North American Tariff
league has declared that Unit-
ed States tariffs are lower
than those of most of ht
world's trading countries.
In a special study submitted
to the commission of foreign
economic policy, the league
said the US is seventh above
the lowest In a list of 43
countries In the ration of
customs collected to total im-
The League, In letters to
commission members, refuted
the recent statement of former
US Ambassador to Britain Lew-
is W. Douglas that "for 30
years the barriers that we have
erected against Impottant into
the United States have been
Incompatible with and have
operated against the re-estab-
lishment of International econ-
omic financial health and e-
Comparing 38 of 43 trading
studies examined, both before
and after World War Two, the
League report shows the US
In 1937 was ninth above thi
lowest with a ratio of 1.8 per-
In 1951 the United States
dropped to seventh with a ratio
of 5.1 percent.
The study lists Chile, Pakis-
tan, Haiti, Egypt, Ceylon, the
United Kinpdon, El Salvador
Iran, Iraq, Thailand, Venesue-
la, New Zealand, and india-
in that order-as having the
highest ratio of customs duties
collected to total value of Im-

Diablo Camera Club

Will Fealure Talk

Sy Oeto indo
The Diablo Camera Club will
hold its monthly Black and
White meeting at 7:30 Thurs-
day evening at the club build-
ing on Halnes Street In Dia-
blo Heights. -
High point of the evening
will be a lecture and demon-
stration, by Otto Lindo of Pa-
nama City, on the process of
making paper negatLve. This
procedure, which gives the
photographer an unusually
flexible medium thro whih
to work* towp a pLe a .si and
effective print, will beexplain.-
ed in detail by Undo, an ex-
.er photogsap her and critic.1

Interestags atd beautiful print
tor display.
The pubic is cordially in-
vited to attend these meetings.
The U. S. Army expects to
save nearly $11,000,00o in one
year by putting Into practice
more than 10,000 ideas for im-

"in 50,0th00
ideas wi e
f more.than 50,000

SWEET-CORN QUEENS-Corn queens from at d stat
off in Chicago on their way to Hoopeston, Ill., for the
Sweet Corn Festival. Corinne Jovagg, of St. James, MbliL
year's queen, displays her crown as this year's participaofm
for the prize. Left to right: Ann Shreyer, Basil, 4 io; Sm r '
Porter, Cayuga, Ind.; Pat Jaeger, St. James, Mnn.; Mary ltt
gerald, Freeport, Ill.; Betty Wetmore, Sun Prairie, Wis4 M f
Dridenbaugh. Martiunsbur. Pa., and Beth Metz, Hooestoa



SLICK ARTICLE--Norbert Richter of Mascoutah, II enjoysp
anoment of triumph as he pins a "greased pig" at the St.
tyFairs.* For hbis effort, Norbert got a purebred gilt
the KiwamiClub which spOnagIdti e
a" .




3:0 5:00 ,-7:00 900 p.m. 7: 9:15p.m.

l $1.10 per CAR!

1. Clark




Ls-Rmi\ *k-tswixaiiumu~i

One Man Against the West)
,One Man Against the Westj





- 1~wI~u

themal7, uaGl Go4wy

h.her t muesltimt',
1 musical t's.
A weA. ddancandj

.f.. -....I ;pI.Am.

l "' ..A . .
pa tesm ene
"* -..

'. : .. ,... .
***4 -*--"


with Susan Hayward
Chariton Bston


i Double
tiSLY BOLD.,.1

I Pns: -
rrs Confession

f-A A I T At

Rock Huadion, in Cantilnlas, t
Mareen O'Hara, in Paquita de RonM
Reiaead mWlsa Wyominl' "Una Omtana e la

Roberto 0-ido. in Maria Montos,
Swoub o* AipmGR" '"fTHIE Or VU
sk a(ht in I Shely Winters,
"WnI A IStrange Call fm- a


- .. I~

_~ __ ____ __



Stody Shows US

Tarif Rats

Below Average



as- -- - Jr I I -, -i

1' : '. . J ." .


1Reynolds, Erskine Oppose U.P. Names

IMido MdtWifort Golf Tourney lOfA
-.^ i7' ;" Y' */ *' -: ,. *. _.. :l




S MAJOR'S execu
{ 'T he Mafjdr-'Lb
Council has reci
*l impr erpen
any pr sed"
plaRers. t, the
any pri"poed'
S plovers' iensko
The EiAcut
INew Yorl alone,
S presentativxs R
ile Relnolds
1 Inev .-- J. wrmn
,ya- he's "disal
the.penslon pro
'hantrye about th
; ;Council rebon
be taken uno iat
jeiqvie rpeetine
!F^*'s what the
A player's m
lwomil be incre
;an East-to-West
becomee 30q O
move. Now. It's
tga-dless of the
Players living

* v.5.7


a- - -- ------ was a i torgoLn y -
in a wave of enth siasm as all playing of the Jainbree aidI
SBaltimore was ready to receive went on the capture the Inted-
ethe team with open arms. There scholastic championship. Tl't t
im e OS inm provem ents was immediate talk of a pennant was in 1950 and it was the laIt
aWnd a new attendance mark winning team that the GrOen
surpassing that set this season Wave has 5elded. In 1981 a
bv the surprising Milwaukee powerful Balb9a High team took
SBig L ea ue Stars Braves of the National Leaate home the Soot4iunnicutt tr
Ss o Intense seemed the )oy of all phy and. .!o.ied *.p by shai-
the city. in the Of "o. crown with
Ci.stobal I Wst vear the9
itive -sports in spring tralhing% would be paid A BulldqoyWre e winning the
Sept. 30 X(UP the full hotel rate Now. thbse Along The Fairways Jambyri e tulng, upr
Magie Executive living outside get room or board..' defeate44n- tic play.
omniended sever- not both. 7 here la no the mWd
t. aaskedby the Players wold not be required It was a.grand tutriout of an of those-wio h$2 e e
e council delayed to take treatment for sickness or ein 20 ladies at the For Ama- eveing p gattson rkouti
change in the injury contracted outside base- dor Golf Course last Thursday tlhis 3'9r )bone o f the
Council delayed ball. Now, the player must take;wh..n they Ilayed their regular, 'venly %t~tthed. sesons o
change in the treatment at his own expense 'weekly eve;.& a "Putting" tour- tackle 'football t camp i
anthPlayers would et e I us In' ;the
Council met in lars a day meal noney. Novl Putting i. probably t% e most' year In wilh the Jam
. with layer re- some American league tealm nttaliIIng part of J ult. yet was not e ed l l r.O '
taph Kiner and pay only si.x-doh.. c': bur '1,% 01 'IO e .tlukes of has a small 1 squad
and their attor- Veterai "status %otild be ohen pi. M,i .,, t.Me Ana'-,l., lidkrzI small In ntinbers, t in, b
tn-,Liwis. Kiner after ei'ht -yearz. Nu%%. it's 10 c i,,,,n lowe" ttan tthe 36 al- glaantic in size and expe
posals but "yery Twi-nisht double e der~ ted, and their ere 1iunrous Last year'" star quarter
oiultals but "ery d bewi-nviht doiflle h h e f d e r,. from the winning Suldol
ie other points. would be-'iven aftei elvht yea', I-eizes weie awarded t bol- be calling the plays fat
riendettions 'will Now. it's 10 year. awro. : green-wave, a Re er l..
the joint maior- Twi-night doible- h e a d es r Mst Flight geen-w ae Ray ike
I-n December. wolld no'hho performed m Srlly from
in December. wold not .be sc&x-ted r.frter a I1-Doris Hlamilton, '0 putts Baiboa's "T' formatig will
y are: n.ht game exel for nomtone- 2-Pearl ".im 31 puittt ,O1ind taking his flist cra~it, atqu-
mG?,ts or playoff ", um awinn; fir,,m a three-%ka, t'e lterb king from 1C Is IIlI
loving allowance Those are the prints uon by iaong Pea a three-a e terbacking from C. si a
based to .600 for the olavers. They lin "'ant the O Carpes:te Lou Ge sand m 2. J. C. strn aae
move and would minimum sqlarv of .i 000 ra i.e SS second Flight only weakness Ist ,
for a sectional to $7.900. The Fxecutive Counril i -FrancT FlTorm-y,29 p0its only 4 reseves to i h,
a flat %500, re- reedd to submit thit to the 2 ane WTood. 30 putt. spells to th strong '
distance Decemnbe.- meeting but without 3-FAe Wood. 30 pu spels to the trng
.outside the hotel, nation. 3-Fra Trman, 33 putts attack.
Blind dij-.-min trom a thire- Balboa HiMh wit 'nt
%;a --.. tie ar.*ung Zudy Council. of the nVpt pbalFer
BuaSara CI.rk and Fr'an.' backs on ihe
i. 'lva is Lack alter a long va- Jim May, a tr r
nun. and Frances and Zdciv with the -Bul"ogs- '1 I
now m -mbers of the A W G. forward to 'the iSe1t
SNiitceinthe to have you all in the hL reer. h r
sawitnintming coILimn. and Athletlc.
Alter the round of golf everv- games me u snythtgthi
CF'i, adjourned to the Arm.- 8. half is s&mre t 1
A r I.-ivv Club ior a surprise stork terror of
raer for Ann Little. Lou lf-bec
LASSIFIohs, Heirn Miller and Gloria il I
SI rez armraged beautiful and showed
ADS oMropriate decorations. Saturday
I' 'U tomorrow's tourannent will A.C. oteg
a* "Blnd Low Net Twosome" at their ln
Irawing 'or partners will be man uU-
ied after play. One half com- seme m,
bined handicap will be used position,
Starting time 8:30 sharp. A nuh srd t-t .OeW
- --S a -../ -.
r nb ry C~ar

lackipgT fQoQball "knowl-how.
PreW-amberee testivtes will
begin at =:44 piday ight, and
he flrat scheduled -to get underway at
seven. With eIh of the four
teams ged-lag, a crack pt the
other, the fuAg Sare- In or r
hot qulartr of footbhlg as the
grid perfars for 1958 battle
for their first trophy the
"Smooth- Bnaleutt" award.

D Austrai '(UP) -
oy i rwh els stem at
a pet office, faund
Set o the cot a
ga urg^ Shel -user.

: 4

. o .;*

"Each Other At 'Stadium' Notre Dame First Round Produ
S- o "- "

NEW YORK. Sept. 30 (UP) The Yankees, op riT lean n i T M
"banking heavily on their famed pitching strength ___ In url eS y en
as they bid for their fifth straight world champion- NEW YORK, Sept. 30 .UPi- ue
ship. send Indian fire-baller Allie Reynohli against The United Pries boGard ofl ague CH S G r d Eleven
the heavy hitters of the Dodgers today in the open- coache yeanrg thas firsnamedt-
inz game of the 1953 World Series. Notre Dame the nation's top "--
Sfotball team. For six weeks the Tgers from pains In the knee and reported'
Carl Erskine, the Dodgers' saved the sixth game In relief. Cratobal High have been tire- to the hospal for X-Rays.
sounky 20-game winner, was and won the seventh ani decid-I The fighting Irish who beat Lssly working towards whqt When Joay could not report
Slated to oppose Reynolds in a ing contest, also as a relief hurl-s Oklahoma in their opener Sat- had every promise to be thqr for practice on Friday evening
duel of right-handers before aer. urday and were ranked among most successful season ajbce the wave of optlmLsm that ha
crowd of about 68.000 in crisp, If Reynolds can win this big the first nine by every one of tackle zoottlall's introduction to been sweeping practice sessions
cool autumn weather at Yankee one today, the Yankees %ill be the 35 coaches who make up the: the Canal 2'one. For the fliht was gone, and in Its place re-
iSt-dium. strong favorites to improve on board. Notre Dame received 325 time Cristoual had OB fairly large mrjined the big "IF." If Jody
SAs game time of 1 p.m., EST, their Pmazing World Series rec- of a possible 350 points. squad. 44 aspirants having turt-, par be ready by Jamboree time
drew near, the champion Yan- ord. Nineteen tlmes the -Bronx Each coach picks the 10 bested out lor the trials. For the then Cristobal's stock will again
,kees remained 6', to 5 favorites Bombers" have aupe.,ied in teams in the land. A team getsJin.t time the Oridlron teOM rise, but if we've ,sen the last
.to win the Series-and they were bqsebll's the Dodeers in 1941 10 points for a first-place vote. Irom the Gold Coast LQuid of Roberson then that's another
favored bv exactly the same '47: '49, and '52 and thev beat nine points for second, and so boast of a solid eleven, solvent question. With less than I week
,pri-oe to win the opening game. the Brooklyn bovs each time. on down the Ine to one point for in every pn:tion and adequatty renalning before the season of-
I o10th place padded %ith reserves In nearly ficially ope.'n, Cristobal will be
; Reynolds, a cold, methodical In Erskine, the Dodgers are pdde e irn r8 i neary i opess, Cratobel wal bem
workman, spent most of the le-ding with their ace and Notre Dame has a big margin eve'y posi-- had prease for f replacement;
1953 season as a relief pitcher with a truly "hot" pitcher. I, ver second-ranking Michigan But there It hA ppen . as a matte of fact somerC
for the world champions and Since the All-Star tame in Ju- State, last year's national cham- jin u tha i h as followedCy t may be at full back for Cris-
won only 13 games. But Yan- Iv, the handsome riphi-hander ,)ion The Spartans drew 264 ir, th e Mart again ho e on the Go, e 1o such thg as a
t..ee Manarer Casev Stengel, from Anderson. Ind.. lis non ,olnts UCLA is ranked third. It's uIl hey arn ad-ki w suituUon fore a e Cost as amplr.
who be'teves that Reynolds is 1; .ames and loat onls i Ohio State fourth and Southern ior'ers In L uke Pa e su ituton or the CeH.. stargo od
,4e best "morev" pitcher in Featurinrlna rood fast b-l *I I Cralifornip fifth. Roundirw out hopeful 195.3 squad e n Only two weeiveks ago Jodvo
"baseball. carefully sent the a down-breakin- curve. he' the top 10 are Maryland. Michl- I, !! b the w sad bi t unanimo us deceived an lor vote of
I last three weeks of the season also one of the top strike-out an Oklahoma. Ba v ylor and 'a b the wayade ar aksh unanimous display or vote of
prep'rin- the Creek Indian f6r pitchers in the game. iGeorgia Tech Oklahoma is the .ed big qu t larkel show. confidence from his team-mates
t's startin- si-Frinment. In tomorrows second ame only team amonr the 10 leaders C ..al. fir. t ... wl-en 38 out of 44 voted him
For it was Reynolds, with his both teams will ue left-hand-| to have lost a game so far Tuttle. first string half into the. ttm's captancy. He
IF-'in2 fast ball and cracklln" ers with Preacher Roe omo for back and "Topper" Didler, hard I the agresniveness that spread
cr'rve. who was the differencee" the Dodpers. aid Ei Lont for'l Notre Dame received 25 of a horkin en h or whom Crlsto- a onul his fellow players and
In last year's World Series, which tle Ynnkeq VieR.isrhl will possible 35 first-place votes. ba held high hores ame n wthout Just his nsprational
saw the Yankees bPqt the Doda-' hur the third "ame for the Michigan State was named first wit hbao "Charley h6rse. praence, tle Tigers will be just
er., four qames to three. He won; Yanks, probably a l-nst Johnny: on four ballots. UCLA on three. orkero u fta 'fo the ]aaf a bell club; for Jody
the fourth c".r- as a starter. Podres or Billy Loes ind Southern Cal Michigan and order of thc'day for bo-. Carl Ruberson has always won the
Baylor on one ballot each. Topper, but both are expected respect not only of his team-
Sto be back in action soMeneough mates and coaches, but of all
,.. Ij ,V i After the 10 leaders come Mis- to make their power felt at the opposition.
An Club lNt~ es sissippi State. Duke. Louisiana, Jamboree tlmet October 2nd. This "obiuary" may be a bit
State, Texas. Rice. Georgia. Mis- Then last Thursday the roof Drenmture, Everyone on the
o sslssippi, Army and Wisconsin. Jst about caved in on he Tgers Gold Coast will be hqping that
T Io two on There's a tie for 20th place a- whe Jody team cap It s. ut tLe fact remains that
ARCHIE TURNER IS lapsed for a second or two of .m.. u nn .... ... Wltain and the mont OrRblsn has. beenhurt
RCHIE TU RNHolo hasbeen u and'
IFLE WINNER one or two shots.sns n an figure in the rebuilt CNh c-
tR DEWAR COURSE Tphis match was t heo last NRIA Iam and Mar. Other schol ...ie in o t w a W uan his threcuperatIve power
approved match for this year. It rSouthern Wg votest V are Miia CorneliIn. jury. At first It w as th ought of rIs tobeai High School takip
In turneout tic o Suaryud 's ficials will return to the hlpoli fUorida. Missouri. Princeton and be not.thy, rthan.a hard blowe t first so* liesseslon of the
rly morning rains, Archie of running more team matches y iday morning Jody arose plonship. cha-
urner fired 399 out of a pos- again in the future in the hope -W
bible 400, with 28 x-ring shots of encouraging more shooters to; .
o take first place award. Turner take part. i i3a Tlmore Hails Football Ja i oree Fr ida
ad to come from behind in a Archie Turner, the Balboa Gun OOtr 8 l O. ..
eck and neck- battle with ill Club pistol manager, has an-
affXay who also fired 399 to bounced a pistol match for next
6akko.eeond, losing, to Archie by Sunday, October 4th. This will be lReturn To Majors At i -.ountope Sta iu
he nargin of six x's. sort. of a double Camp Perry A1l *O O
A igoyce and Dlhde Lucas also; course, with 2tt shots slow fire, ..
led a& 398, with Al's 21-ik score 20 shots timed fire and 20 shots
alig third over Dude's 25. Dick rapid, 1ll at 25 yards at the 25 BALTIMORE, Sept. 30 (UP)
ldianualso was close with 397- yard rapid fire target. .- The man in the street itof Friday nht is "J night s be khs diUin ed C
x. These five shooters all kept Sunday's pistol match will the ..'s sst.h .arge t y Mt. Hope Stadium oi the O pes amntwhat. Jody
el above the Master cl"srifica- start at 9 a.m. sharp. to allow today halted the return of the Coast. It's the night of the t'c yjQred knee
aton:ting, and. will all there- for the long course of fire. 's'digal ," to. the major classic saortiMg event of il for the C,.8. ei
0re, reuired -to con,-),te in Weapon to- bemused will be th .-trly te "greatest year, the renewal of the Iu eie lookl a 1 n
is class all out-door small-I .22 calibre pistol. Steve Manches- th ever happened annual Jamboree. All four teams f clear sa and
ore'rifle corn petition of the ter and Maurice Bellsle will be Baltimore. patticlpating I thei ,% l md
BPhoa. SuB Clu from now on.|the men to beat in this one. We .. Scheduled ,games "llyl ,Okv T-aga. ulost ,w
All sC oes fired were excellent know it'can be done. because Joe Baltimore, which has been out th-ir tale,-. against each tr, 'possible repcem though
hen is considered that thel Ben"er used to do'it. but no one of major league baseball since and the fans have nowv frined neitJ te odrgv
wo: low scorers were Junior else' around here has been mk- 1902, was officially brought back tht habit o" ung the tepults of wlt" of a l b et .
Hotters firing with iron sitbts. Ing a habit of It since he left ou o exile yest ray when ethe Jamboree thtr dr.le th
e weather was good by thethese parts. American League.in a meeting tfor measures the p0mati ~l and1. N theea fthe rlt
several shooters should have Detailed results of Sunday's the transfer of the St Louis strength of n tesadr d appear to be ready t
;ede possibles except that they rifle match follow: Browns to the Marvyland site of seasctin a winner dnq .the yth f the. oppoith ion e.t t
the once famous Baltimore 0- season. hrow against them.
Competitor 50 Yard 100 Yard TOTAL roles The vote was the second The prize for the winSfr of Fqr the first time hlncm t
Areble Turner. .. . . 199-15x 200-13x 399-28x in two days as the league own- the huge :our-coron e ve A e. level? ad. been or ed
pBill Jaffray .......... 200- 8x 199-14x 399-22x era bv a vote of 4-4 on Sundy ois the covf.Id Smoo untcu they figure oCA bteng t1e w -
Al Joyce."... .... 199-131 199-15x 398-28x nearly killed the citv's chances trophy whlrh will be i4 f Dit," hiftie Ibp. 'I'I. rutt
.Dude Lticas ...... .. 198-13x 200-12x 398-25x of getting the St Louis fran- to the whfiT'i team bI ttr "alli. l ere be
Dick Dillman. . . . 199-13x 198-13x 397-26x chise. Hunnicutt .after the ni'g ct's g boy and they.fte
Johnri Bvr . . . . . 200-15x 194- 9x 394-24x n Urthe Blg
Norine Dilmn........ .196- 6x 198- 6x 394-12x "It's about time." was the playing activities are .cvr. -0 v y .t!ie, te ikld t
.o.r.. w e e ts about timeI" was thee
.Norine Dillmn. . . . 197- 6x 195- 6x 302-12% general reaction of the fans. For thos1 who believe the day i bait1 -
Jeanette Orr......... 193- 6x 190- 3x 381- qx many of whom had threatened f tnce for the Comlnl sea '.o ; a tfalr ime to
* Povid Harris .......... 195- 5x 181- x 37- 7x "never to ee another baseballletusreview c of e te
-- -ame" after the American letus reew t eu ot r as ted
a or Executive Council eau owners rejected the Jamborees and the team, t elt' .t tn- Ithetau S
St e transfer on Sunday. won in the regular seAson-thbt the clpr od the eamtn, and l is
taseonSn ay. Itoliowed. 'The Junio r Collee p p in the lie X Is pa ke
aiOrs" E.xecu.ive CounI l .ii f ,ttp to rdlad'on eleven, won the trt o trMeathen th m u


-I-w m-1 .0F"

ni >. i

ces Upsets

Two of the bigOnas of the
Brazos Brook Coiptr Club were
eliminated in the first round, of
play In the Mido Multfort
Brookline Tourn= now un-
der way at the AtlAntio Side
course. The tournament offering
two Mido Multifort wrist watches
as the main prize, is sponsored
by Casullo's Jewelry Store of Co-
Only four matches were
scheduled for the flst week of
phy, but- these rsufted In
both Mike Kulskowki an A-
nlbal Galndo, last year's and
this year's club champions,
falng by the wayside.
Lyle Clausen and IL P. PParks
tamed up to dislse of Mike
Kulkowski and Fr it z Hum-
hreys, substituting for Dr. de
Boyrie, 2 and 1. Mer French and
Jimmy Raymond, turning In a
sparkling 76, turned back Anibal
Galindo and Bob Leigh, 4 and 3.
J, J. Davis. and Elwood.Cdmp-
ton. finished off Jim Hoverson
:ad Herbert Tqledano, 5 and 3,
nd Marvin ehadwlck playing
with Bob Chandler won over
Freddy Hultqulst 'and Arthur
Dupuis, 3 and 2.
This week the tournament
swings Into a full round of
matches as follows:
Clamden-Parks vs Stroop-
Engelke-Pteraon vs Nordstrom-
Brown. .-
Rayinond-French vs Rich-
Noonan-Willams vs Day-Sul-
Davls-Compton vs Morris-
Lewis-Dumnan vs Humphlreys-
Chadwick-Chandlqr vs Mathle-
Hurdle-Clatrk vs Serger-Mor-




', -' 1
,^ V

S. -
. .

"I. NKil

. -"
.. ,,

' :, . '

o mloa ded'

era aid l

p. I"


i- .M

PERFECT FORM Bob Ooanor of Gamboassg
plonship form that won him teon bwi ii',
comnpetitionh.e m s n ,.,o
A bright future loom In the XI lmo i *s a ^'.


'~ 1.

1Y I ____



. -i 'vy

-. V

aquatic woil d for local boy Bob
Connor of Gamboa, who has
just returned fom the States,
where he competed in eleven
swimming events, winning ten
of them and finishing second toI
Jerry .McNimee in an 880 Yd.
pear ?*
me da


* t


away froa' tn
driving tfaih,
yeMr-a MEN
A renger- ilida
Both swimaters"
record for this .
Namet haon




,3 A t.

anyone beating her must be default to Barbara Olarke.
considered d u Millr w her
3and t Ina. Tetwo mate sbecomde mch
:hepat .es p ed the two Summit portant fromiow on anda
S y. Kefu Wma eandBey every
two Am At*Oes. Eve right end's semii ar'
The age-old jinx hounding the and Martha Payne2 eve tooknllen Kenna vs 0a
-f#ALIW bold--$ rue ot wn cr O W^J by a 2 & I Ioun tDori- Hamm ovy .
W....ol. e l u ld,, .., w sen d fed and Martha nosed out .]Petty 3 First Ff'ht
b Ap pn r I. 8 Dener &d. NeIeWhitneyrecovering Eve WrightySBarbe"
awili alas teell 6 Afterthatan. E 2 f .SiW bestk me alit CDe aro from an Illness, was forced to HUlen Miller v Mrt
p0bmoteofe tRMth'A4nlver- ing at the Curudu tu 1A33 1ia 1M Glckenhaus by a 4 & 3 margin.
SA Of th_ O&'t Re- aMR e H I- jt" 1 aht l a Us 10 Ora hadi to a her beut a-
of M* way. j. a.140 1 4 gaist Ca&rol an& determined tol
"W06c60towith alW"9 09 0 M-103. make it two straight champion-
A.l ft -sp--,-, ,J -"t- "teo"a"dIh KODAK PANAMA, L1
jI ovr tS I ST talg 's uS ms 831 The sentimental favored, 11 -1
ftp andV VM. year old Margaret Leigh, was
Gae,,Ylesa l ra es o- for .TOWn Re. .r also defeated by.,ou Groas by
.ey Mmet), 492 ai unknown margin. Margaret
-. .. ? ^ W^ Waloni- I ? -In 4 I-anB gual toe with un eay M and
i aturday. O 31 aSunday, .: oo. M .netr l ts 143. 372 Lou couldn't have had too easy ANNOUNCES
.,No.. 1,8 h ole n eh ...a36 . .Kunkel I SO .,41. 145 460 a match, .
holes; edaplay, fubah" p.S ? C IC j olpan For1 r181g472Ellen Kenna had her sand ,
Tore( () d evwa S tl I a Hhn ,n AU-1r 34t she met Pauline Kan the closing of their Tivoli Avenue Bran*h ,,
'. e ethe year. Totals 6 8M Ut S The final outcome of 3 & 1 bare- ,.
.- rt: o&; anV : s V ly showN the tightness of the on September 30th. All pending business
S.llht: 3in84 .bers of A se match. Next week's match with
wtre bMnfmt ha i ue& 13 beoDeilger should e uit a- with that store will be attendeirat our Maim
.g. their handapa and obi m1 the 115 187 524 (on paper, that is) but there I N. 8..
p rr. va A teo to be appoinlated iw* e Pam to win C Dishon 1151 414 still Doris Hamilton to contend Bran9h No 98 Central Avenue.
2tAs t Club will del we nwhe Plttl 15 10 14-. 436 with. Doria pulled a minor uft .
a p l tha with lin tht Randicap 10 ,104 312 by defeating steady Ruth ,n- *" .0
.i '.thet r @t of ar ,.doln 2 &p, t-- .... eon .. Ruth is always a .... .....
.l ,cl Tetali .27 '"M W 1 threat In any tournament and .. . .. .. *

a, .mR udeA. ahis
u.,' t Jn; .. g.f ,,tT r,

" el <.'a- .:l, HI : I,..BE l2,i'hSaB Jo^ de r ee 'ar teatty-^ '
3-s.- a good .,ob. at.inttehe
an.as)ai. . e s w a or T"f N I .,. ......., ,

.*0^l0ig he xa a eat d t re

09411 1iealn tV y-- ., g'a
t can imiaii them an- oot eam I **

t .Vl as i
(*Orval) ha.eour W e'*whe h lTR p -U" -t. -00 110 il|A
tnY.e ata t --- laardk {VeF YO U

:. W .I d .m 1 ..p i
hPidM *fothito

.4l di

C Ar Im _.. Aof.h' e wDos SE "-'SPORT COATS SACKS

s.eni.r,-f-h~e Htchin~a~, f1*2 18 I08 4"0

t C oan'lh am 1113 IIl"
,indi.ap 8 '.
,&' Ass. se Messst .


__________ ____ 13___ -"

uS feel eanespt.h LoPORT
1 dWoam ...._ hto ]-
.S b th uaweu COATS
UZII $3 35.

-Apt. ,.- sun'sd

.. .. ~ g *-

..' ,, .: .". ,' .
--Q . $., / ..: ,. ,
-. A. r !," /

Aw "
IS .. := ./-. .k


SYankees Win

Series Opener


The New York Yankees drew first blood today at
their home park, the Yankee Stadium, before a capacity "Let the peo
crowd that included 69.2-1 paid admissions as they de-
feate4 their perennial rivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers, 9-5 WE-NTSIMI0 YEAB.
in the..first game of the 1953 World Series.
Johnny Sain, who came on in relief of starter Allie W i /IO
Reynolds, was the winning pitcher. The loser was Clem
Labine, the third of four pitchers used by the Dodgers. I
Junior Gilliam, Gil Hodges and George Shuba
homered for the losers while Yogi Berra and Joe Collins T
smashed roundtrippers for the winners. Billy Martin, with
three hits in four trips, was the leading hitter of the o 4
DODGERS: The game started' DODGERS: Hodges slugged a WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (UP'
ith Allie Reynolds on the, homer to the left field bleachers. Defense Secretary Charles E
mound for the Yankees with Ju- Furillo lined to left near the wall. Wilson said today defense spend
ntor Glhiam leading off for the'Cox singled. George (Shotgun) Ing may be cut about five per
Dodgers. Glliam singled through Shuba, pinchhitting for Hughes, cent next year but that he does
the middle on a 3-2 pitch. Pee homered over the right field wall not know whether this will per.
Wee Reese popped out to Hank for two runs. Gilliam grounded mit a balanced budget.
Bauer in right. Duke Sniderl out to second, hitting against ,Vllson Indicated defense
bounced out to second. illiami Johnny Sain who replaced Reyn- spending would drop to aboul
moving to second. Jackie Robin-I olds. Reese walked. Snider sin- $40 billion in the next fiscal yeai
son grounded out to short. gled to right. Robinson ground- which starts July 1.
No runs, one hit, no errors, ed out to third. The Defense Department es.
one left. timates military outlays for the
YANKEES: Gil McDougald. the Three runs. four hits, no er- current fiscal year at about $42,.
first batter to face Carl Erskine. rors. two left. 000,000,000.
grounded out to second. Joe Col-I YANKEES: Woodling singled
ns walked. Hank Baur tripled, to center. Martin forced Wood- Wilson combined this forecast
to right center to score Coliins. l!ng at second. Gilliam to Reese. of slightly reduced de fens
Yogi Berra struck out Mickey Martin was out trying to steal spending with a word of caution
Mantle walked. Gene Woodling second. Rizzuto grounded out to against "becoming panicky" over
walked to load the bases. Billy short. Russian military power.
Martin tripled to left to score No runs, one hit, no errors, There is "every reason to think
Sauer, Mantle and Woodling. none left. we are ahead of them" in all
PhU Rizzuto bounced out to military developments, the de-
third. fense secretary told a news con-
Four runs, two hits, no errors, EIGHTH INNING ference.
one left. DODGERS: Reese filed out to ,He a:so cautioned a against
left. Snider grounded out to complacency."He said there al-
SECOND INNING first. Robinson skied to left. ways is danger some spark could
set offi a war but added:
DODGERS: Roy Campanella No runs, no hits, no errors, e doubt very muh tha t the
ws hit on the right hand, tak- none left. R Idonbt.very maeh th the
SRussiansfirst base. il Hodges skedo
o 6 to left. Carl Furillo struck; YANKEES: Woodling rolled out start a war at the present
Billy Cox doubled down the to second. Martin got his third Wilson. who said Monday that
field line, Campanella hold- hit then stole second. Rizzuto Russian s making "lots of prog-
at third. Wayne Belardi, walked, Sain doubled to right
Dpichbhtting for Erskine, struck'to drive home Martin and Riz-
t. zuto. McDougald skied to right. Will T
.No rumn, one hit, no errors, Coll inssgledto right to drive as WI ll
two left. home Sain.
d Erskine on the mound Three runs, thee itsd, no er-
.Srooklyn and struck out Al- rors, one left.
Reynolds, the first man to T
tace him. McDougald grounded Tiough t
Out to short. Collins popped out NINTH INNING
to short. DODGERS: Campanella lined HOLLYWOOD Sept, 0 (UP)-
No runs, no hits, no errors, out to third. Hodges singled to Argentine-born ckbpymoon Ing
hOne left. left. Furillo popped out to Ber- crooner Dick Haymes owes near-
ra. Cox grounded out to third to ly $180,000, but will ing his way
T INNING end the game. odt of debt it his credtors coop-
ODGRS: Gilliam struck out. No runs, one hit no errors, one crate, attorney Robert Eaton
Reese walked. Snider struck out. left. dtoda
binn lined out to*second. _said today.
No runs, no hits, no errors, The lawyer confirmed report
N ES: Bauer struck ouSe Repors tha ayme creditors met and
YANKEES: Bauer struck out. took under sildserktion a pro-
erra struck out. Mantle singled. th let the Argentine-
to right, then was cut down at T0 Ike Tomo ow osingal other pay them Arg on the
!No runs, one hit, no errors, Ie Tomorrow t ou of
od temtn onoe Wrddrour installment plan out of his
ne left. Tour earnings, estimated at P00,000 a
S FOURTH INNING On Word Tour year
OD RSH anea popG WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (UP) The meeting took place while
,PODGERS: Campanella op-I oaAn
out to short. Hodges struck -- Adlai E Stevenson comes to ayaee tock hs biade of say
t. Furillo walked. Cox flied town today for Informal talk than a week, filmn star Rlta HaE-
Sto ,with Democratic leader and a worth, alon with him while he
runs, no hits, no errors, report to .sident Eisenhower d s nengem
oite left. tomorrow on his recent world Phioadelphia.
YANKEES: Woodling flied out tour. MUia lyworth however, is not
sI le and moved to third whe Tomorrow'V White Ho usea their a niar under a pre-nup-
V hes t. rew wide at first. Fu- lunch will he the second such tial fAncial agreement they
I0 recovered the ball in right occasion since Mr. Eisenhower reichd.
ld and threw wide to third de.eated the former Illinois
Martin moving safely to Governor in the 1952 election. ERaton, while refusing to con-
15d. Reynolds walked. McDou- Stevenson conferred with the firm that the crooner owed more
ild forced Reynolds, short to President at lunch Feb. 1In th S said the-debts were
ecohd. shJrtly before embarking on his c ts to the
No runs. one hit, two errors, six-month world tour. Dik to pathe fa-'s
to .lows off, ton said. rhats
White Hoi:se aides anticipated hy we heA the creditors' me-
FIFTH INNING It will be a friendly exchange of ing-to oerk out methods hb
DODGERS: Hughes struck out. vicws witl. Stevenson doing which he cant pay them all
fGlliam homered into the right, most of the talking. equally ll at a time.
field seats. Reese skied out o! The lawyer iaid a committee of
.ght. Snider doubled off the Stevenson voiced some cT1 three would be set up to deter-
r$nt field wall. Robinson walk- Iticism of Republican Adminis- Miewthe ao nts each creditor
qd. Campanella lined out deep' tratlon foreign pol:cles in a r4- ,ye,,e piatyrm then
to left. tlonrally televised and broad-X Bieer t- Wet creditorel othe
rOne run, two hits, no errors,'cast speech climxifig a two- aemelt. He reportedly owes
two left. Iddal. Democratic meeting 'Ut ~ -Ihe b
YANKEES: Snider made a Chicago, 8epS. 14-15. Adas iovernmsntsil
for an extra base blow in front He said "things are better'" 1nh S depeh*arges gan.s,
of the scoreboard. Bauer flied mobt of the world toubled a o. am he Illegally. Dre

anere ondie ntd l Ui r atd.m
out to right. Berra smashed a'largely due to U.S. postwar asid. dcafe vieitn with Mis

last ih t or oslnwith .
.mundtripper into the right field'but "there i, uncertainty abroad f ftworth In vlawali..
stands. Mantle grounded out to' aaout America and our objee- H aywothaenpl ons-
eacond. tive." He said some of the AI- eis th ai e a special o e ne -
- One run, one hit, no errors, lies In the free worldear a c t convened o
ea ear awa fweao cise ewas taken

ns Alice Wooiean tenu
Daughter of Mrs Dora

lastnt ng Gorges Hospital
S had Ill or several

SIs emplo of the lair.

vi Petar oeuuv, aUe Univern M-
MI MoreG"fan of Bronzwvale, N"Y.
Isisloauentit nves~atig Buomte
* 2 a sbuaer prisoner I m be, j l
6 paMphlet on Serbesft preseni~fals
setad to gay wbatt she bQaMr
artIiim about Buj
*ud dicpln


.fi; q.,


ple know the trath Uad e county to.. I Abdim 4oUCol.


Sees 5% Dee nse Cu

o Billion XNext .ear
Stress in A-bomb and H-bomb. d cared the Russians' "bet bomb-t u h a fu would be
Svelopments," conceded thi i r is a copy o the Word Was U t he ded, without f 7 On
Sa rave threat to U.S. se B-29." ie of the weans,
r Bu he added the Soviet The defeae secretary also e planes that an rop them tnatr
s opments did not come '"mUch a tended to dimoe.t rumors the 5 thetartson wcthey .. .
- head of schedule." government p to give the d b drod
Wilson used the Russlaub S i- ie ore ti on A- .s ref to W Whetbr 8A .1er
S15 jet fighter to illustrate h meriea ato e na. sotiot haveon a o.
t thesis that Russian might He said public tb number set of the b
r lead to unfounded pan e of A-bombs the Uted states g anai bo
the Mig is "over-rated" and bI has would "not help our counr- rittr.
-WHata said r9Q to U ,
e er new fu prbbabnW
Sthe ord of the 1 -re
Young Spanish Dancert 004% t
for' o 0,0ww and wamO c 9 ,
ealey d the rate of opn.
t. Lu ..... "" "ow n.
To Perfor Nexf W eek whih taee nto
,r ...Me money and funds eoar-
Sf d- rie from this ywr, may be
uot about five per cynt.
,lkt wheb f er that mIeans
prA8peatve9=g 8o
wabout$40,o00 n0o0ti a
"ool ate eatteg close."

dDaniel e te ed h

~Born in MI~d I194 accompaniur her a.ana- od^n d-,ato
atrita Aoof ade her
tax o t

S fr te bo rIsandt
S.. n to t the n as I,
.ut, already ft men le nbd rarely encountered an Baiee
S dar, Tre revelation Spanish Dance."yead.
will present a series of Agreat dancer in her own aye., Ietired
U aond flaninco teb gIikyht IeSefiorita Amoros is de-r l *
eIat t Thealte, Z. ded rom a family of re- opet
tt 8:50 pa er appe ax sq dancer and bll fiht- request that no flweMo ed

Born In Maoitd in 193. AW accompanied her aeana- r
rita AWmoi made her 'wa onwe it the greaha2ta- BSmr=In
There ahekg of 15. tru tOf 8 pain. toi as a 1er in eM
formai I wats ad I -- erinDiLM ~.j
by Aier 13riOlse, After a successful tour of a.
Broad riic a As a iSeoita Amoros aisnow fir tCheo i
ed W bw 4 r9aWJ n grand tour orf waer A gpq, atmn
ee b Ur America. Lat- VIidola. whi h ob el
Te '. r e qpmpare her the U tim of is retirement
dancnr to "that of the angels. 14m.
.i laven."I Mr. and Ms. Daley left
rt.of thede at reet. y
of ae at the emie efMarie .i the
de ivat, S. he studied 6o ya
emnncmh theot striking.
HfSeti)ipaish e of Moor lin-
henW.der ri Pros hpea

r.ee .u ..ht
infomed h t r on a repeattour to1Ceft
Cnth re nevr ad WAM
toue the United Stat damr-in'lawhe

othet .CIOmauInut4iS PU. or evdn 1AIior Water U

Miformed oww^'t^oted
American were g "br
washed" but a lt 'omme-
nfits might u s U "Was pollit(
cal hostages.
There have b"e. wo repli
from the govema t of R
china to protemtsb- the US.
State DepartnM-. 4eo their
seizar. ."
Thein Oe. .jed
eign Offce. ,
An te. Nell Im |
U 00 re ewe



1. 14 Card
,Lob waro
hie I sr,I

2- /2:,,


- --------4 **RY**'

'., 'r