The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01733

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WASHINTON, Oct. 1 (UP)-Panam6 and the United
States today announced that measures will be taken to in-
lre that the principle of equality of opportunity and treat-
ieAt for Ponamonian citizens in the Canal Zqne shall have
fulfffect.

The cag iept dso recognized the advisability of con-,
stS 34th$eA' s toiPanam6 of lands no longer needed

Penam6, on its part, reiterated its resolve to stam
by the United States in case of armed aggression.
T.. agreement was disclosed in in a joint statement
by the head of state of the two countries, Presidents
Dwight D. Eisenhower and Jose Antonio Rlaon.
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Dwilht D. IshuahW an Presient J
toof.emeamla, et mat the Whtte Ho
ft the spirit olt. ckosm. relatlon
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bwlag in vlsabililty .tilving due consideration, in the
'resident cases of granmed in the past for Canal
ro6 An- purposes wich are no longer needed for such
-me Vpurposes, *.prder that arrangements may be
rhip that agreed for the transfer of those lands to
SPanma the Repu of Panama.
ilstn be It is eI tly gratifying that the'commls-
n ~ a~ sons set by the two Rovernments to review
S as,'f our relatl and the operation of our treaties
acOy as are alrel work with a view to entering into
S any a ents that may be found necessary
k Wm w.to insuret- the future a mutually advantage-
Sd"zctly ous and factory relationship.
armnem_.s The Preldent of the Republic of Panama has
Zone ad' express tiring the course of these conversa-
She i-tions tdd appreciation for the cordial and
a queO- friendly tt.tlde of the President of the United
lobeh of Sta reiterated the expressions of sin-
cere which animate the people and
we ba govern Panama In respect ofthe people
to relter- and at of the United Statd of Amer-
Or O- Ica. has expressed his full solidarity
S with States in the defense of demo-
iples ap-. cracy fmama's unflinching will to cooper-
wo Mun' are the Republic has already done In
ad;upin the tl Wars, in the maintenance of peace
re efOc- and sqalt Within a free world.
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h ade The t of the United States on his part
Swl M. has the interest of te people and
U7 KOf r U.the UnUed.Btates in the welfare
s Me-and goenm of
titlg PraAAa ubile
S of tat all of the poin h the rep-
t C -of Pana desire to rla would.

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S. eauntilata e -has eopraed the
Sdig DUnited. ak"t e to to co-I
develoiaa t of PW tn national
thisl int has henved a high
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occasion of Remn's visit- hen "riTuf th tl
principles set forth by our goerw mets in 1933 and 1936t
Measures should be taken, it tionst 'existlan between th
added, to make the two agree- two countries."
ments more effective "to the end The statement added:
that there should be an eqult- "In view of the nature of m
able benefitting of the two na- special bonds between the
tions." countries, he (Mr. Uernhowj
has expressed the desire of tO
The statement said that the United States to continue to-'p.
two heads of state also had operate in the development at
agreed that steps would be PanamA's national economy.
taken to enable Panamanian Although the statement, W
commerce and Industry "to not made public until Presidet
take advantage of the market Rern6n had left for New Tayt,
offered by the Canal Zone and it was the predominant mblet
by the ships transitting the of conversation among the ma
ea enl." clals that saw him off at Ie
President Eisenhower pledged airport.
that the United States would While waiting for Rem6n and
take "appropriate" measures to his party, assistant secretary of
rectify any inequalities of em- state John Moors Cabot tele-
ployment of Panamanians in the phoned Secretary of State John
Canal Zone. Foster DuUes to discu*g the final
The Panamanian President, on text of the communique.
the other hand, "has expressed One United States diplomat"
his fMll solidarity with the Unit- ic official, after reading a typo-
ed States in the defense of de- written copy of the stale-t,
mocracy and Panama's unfinch- was overheard to remark,qt's
hg will to cooperate with it, as a terrific diplomatic vietmy fow
thp Republic has already done Remon."
In two World Wars, in the main- Officials also remarked about
tenance of peace and security the pleasant relations Rea.B
within a free world," the state-, established with President X-
ment said. senhower in their various sowd4
President Eisenhower, in meetings.
turn, assured Remss that any Assistant Secretary Cabot tg
points which PanamA raised the United Press that Preldem
would receive "the most sym- Remon extended a "very fenlidi
pathetic consideuatleo la the ;ous" toast to Elsenhower at .
Light of the espeelaly lose re- !formal dinner he gave to ts
United States President yeftm.
l m el day evening.
In turn. Cabot added, Pfml-.
Eli h wr I ej dent Eisenhower made "a gra-
cious and warm reply."
The Presidential part arrived
VSemVen Cha m [at the Military AirTrMM
p Service termnl In six black
AmnssaM rTo R I ousines more than an hour
..... .. ..after the departure time ached-
uled originally.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 'iUP The President dressed in a
- President Eisenho'cr todav brown pin-striped, dole breast-
named Seldco Chapin, present- ed suit was smiling and cheer-
ly Ambassador to the Nether- full shook hands with toe off-
lands, as United States Ambas- cials that had gone tose e hbN
sador to Panama. He succeeds off
John C. Wiley, who has been He chatted briefly aMn-s
ambassador to Panama, since tant secretary Cabot*t
1901. Chapir will be succeeded Remon exchanged--
as Amtassajor in Holland by H with Mrs. Cabot
F.,eeman Matth.?ws. Cabot and his wife S b a
Chapin, a career diplomat waiting at the alirportes"
was born In 1899 and entered: am a.
the United States foreign serve But they explal ued, t nA
lee in 1925 after graduating not mind this l .
from the United States Navil beautiful day. ". '
Academy and serving a period Accompanyn th ii
in the Fta1i party to New York
His foreign posts have in- States ambassador i- i
cluded Hankow, Pelking, Rome. John C. Wiley afl
Quito, Port-Au-Prince, Monte- Panamanian am-
video, Algiers, and Paris. Ito M. He-'tematte.
His first post as head of mis- officials from the
aim was as minister to Hungary
to whlch he was appointed on
April 10, 10947. He was named n I nr T
Ambassador to the Netherlands
Ot,. 7. 10t. OMA4A. Oct.
Although most of his foreign menu of a rota
service haft been outside the 11 icstookt yast la
W-itaern hemisphere, on two oc- carried the
row he beld the post of as- day: -
Wint chief of th; division of "We will rne
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BY DOUGLAS LARSEN .t
I TUR PORUM THE REAMS OWN COLUMN W (NEA u "
r -- "-:WASHINGTON (NEA) -. Ad- x '"'''
ministrations may come and go '
'L ,M M A but the five percenters btM
E M A I L B J Is apparently here to stay ven
though it's devalued a t-. ,
The MailSea em epen. lemm fl readers t The Perm.. Amer- age oolnt or two. the
ae ewilved gratfully and are handled -i wholy seanfl. And there always seems 3be
.,' .., ma place for new talent in the h.
11i aametlet a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't appear the field. to,
Skdee L onublishbedn the Orderirw reivd. As one frankly proud five per-, \.
f"W y 3 heep the letters limited toece ponoe-lt lsh. center explains if ,
at l eter "ier is held in strictest eiifidet. "What's the difference between .
i owespepar mums me asresoonsibility for if statements spines what we do and the law nrofes- 1 th
oeI ee mieseliars. sion which they ought to be Oil.
teaching In colleges."
He also claims that p s e
CYRANO CLARIFIES HIS IDEAS doesn't have much to do th with
getting ahead In' the field. As
profo he rites the cases of three ob lI
oraminent Democratq who are of dr
f -.C. a emj to feel that I have beep inconsistent In now making Cood neddln.ihair may b
SIt*- r. a ug4ijionh though she likes thb ideM proposed. specinllzed knowledge of various best
ksZl U, h do I mean should live 1 p anama,'' nad functions of the covernmnnt.
ths- CAal?" Sorry if I didn't make i clear. I sug- even ps it is being run by the the at
kt the Cur .Government would save .noney by doing Republicans. and
Istluy horig, with subsidized rents, commissary foods a "A
ree schools for the local raters. They are Leelle T. BIffle. asking
S" ouv of fo-mer Predoqlent money]
Sa^. r rents are lower than maintenance costa, thetr staple Truman and former oeve'ta B
Is below cost and their schools are not only outright grants of the Senate; John R. Steel- quent
S nre in many subjects superior and more costly Mpyn the US. a man. former seRistant tn Trh- old ft
ashools. For instance, If you are interested. mpWm.Vtte shop man and Franldin D. Riehari, polite
and the business courses of the twcG And fr this, former Feder"n Houslnr ad
do you think is paying for the local rate ,Junior 'oique. ministrator. There are othEr,
q all this with what they would recelte irOm their. own too. 1 M
rmer government In Jamaica or BarbadoL luen
I. Within the trade it's reported
My remarks as to those living on the Cti plgyinlglIme it liffln nd Rteel-rp' have : i
was not I must admit clear, but were useo"n the prbability tach Incl*d onto qeveral-.verv
there would be for a long time. local raters doing work rood lluints, blo firm* whose with
re It might be necessary to keep thenm-leoa by the Job. W;ehin ton interests they are .5.444
4 m low handling. them
H.M.C.. Y OUhave missed the P ,. of -
~ pay for equal work." With th 5 eniBSti e- Richards Ix In the mortgage .
g government, officials real, bmnesma which obvioi'isly. puLE m '
aord Amerima meannc over .In freoet contact with ..-. ..t *-. i
toreplace him with 1 -cent-anlor l oter eve ihgh government'q housing lkeny. [i L
ew the quality of wqrk proudd' a t atly The Elsenhower insuraral of- Impht
st made, as well as the speed Sad S in th a- fltal. Warren L. stmohenson, S F W UI ip IU 1 IM *lt -.
aid serl y handicap the aa rho recently rot into the soup .
e Canala. aorities were coMul trying to ll information aq l ?;-. ; +.-,,, ,n
r this latter service they would m ot proposed classified Navy ""5" W i *, *' *'
runnigt.. purchases was strictlyv a rookie, "
run. ldvi.- ". the veterans all claim. ...
i stil l think Panamanian citizen should recely qual con- MtlfvCer-nTha c4wft hem.d off M i l ltee was. Inresitated aoU (l f by I
eatiUon fpr Canal Jobs where qualtlled, prqvidMlg they 4 .not Everybody In the "etr cent" enneth's Cramer's handling of troops, l h M B. Malprd. Thg-
ve more take hominpay than thebU.8, len wh is paying birineM in Washingten knew uas aleged to be ruining morale am 1*? to the .omar .
are income tax. about the Navt roekelt lausBh- Southemn Geriman Iid. had to Ao tei obert W of
Ing contreet on whihob St. cpurt-m qf tl .. IJ Col. WUlliam aid In. i
You next voice objections to pension:; or local raters, ask- theuson get burned, the. old I& dimis lurm the rVtlee with lo ar ;
"where does any other government ll or Dg MIhedions?" hundI assert. It was leaked y and awaiees,.. -. court. nartsI U
H.M.C., there are none. but then their may T- is there widely befwe St fe when t I pilI e ookt e ASe cIbe "
o Ameleno vgrnmente like the United Staths and where, heart about it. Woat had b d. I re 6ge rbade> f
I.m" eta I y otber benevolent Individual like the Ite aoiut that thriP wa1wroo at gW"." g A & B '
s;,ggh u-,xpes-, .w Mea I;s a. .,s owS^ s aKB .._rs S
Sensmlons hatf come unlverir Security for old age is just,. It. arie a t t
bep l fto tle" old local raters it is I believe, necessary .. master O
an obligation. When we a for Justice lot ourselves we can- The Stephenson case, it is .ok.r, b.eag ie Shi.
e037r "ac*Izte otheV6 .. Alln a a-,t w wh w-e tt
My original letter however to Messrs.'Booz, Allen and I im- serious abuses in TbeageverM l ae.
waso emphasize the fact that the Canal employee, and ment's procurement system. And k X oa ml j o 1S
t e have a "P of RIghts." 1 thie a em hut chle n .tA- n ed S ste 'l o bi
It government's benevolent aid to thoem in need throughout took over. b y wr.
f world should net make them lose track of the rights.of their The fint weane th ut AskI ets r o
citizens. We must insist in as forces manner as possible still lands I '
e our rights and irIleges be ,a com-ence peddlV
wth Stattes living, trcea- to nc pete "bri f & 'l
Lao. The four ,. ,r five entry Z7. *i ,gI .m".n the 3 s or O-
We are loyal middle class tizens, living under conald*ble who knows an imp t ca in S ml th
faculty away from home. T# mall extra DrivileggIwo ae officer or twa, or can gRt a un- 7. Dru ai disordrly a geath or i
ea In the past and gPhch. ey pre nw a to take of dersoret r pa the phonetanU T.dArpndndL L
are Just. and well cwsatSa d lo f efficient. time, stiDl the inside tracks heot M
Catal. L governsiunt business. He can
We alsoi have the unique posltI of beleg the f ndl D. onPi tor o= cake .9
ciass in our host cony. Panama. ThE mercht;. ti the ct one way or another. re Cramse
I rely to a very larM degree mus. The present pheaval 'That altuatlon is made poal. r- down of
e Canal has seriously th-i b as. Conteted Canal ble by the biggest weakne tofaUy *ua ol
S rulings have .. am.*'3la s Wtr.m This Investi- government buying h l is pd as
d talo a few merchants. the "closed negotiation." I. 7
Government, in their present talks in Wash- wThed
might yell ephasize that a contented and stable r This device is supposed to be contents t and ne
.B. ctieenmploye.tan the Canal are very much desire u nsA exclusively for seot stroking M d a co o
OMlderableecop c importance. Itea Yet In the past' ftw: The t Ianon teffl Cob"l tian*.did the ..en Mn
nesthut osrge sn.setfor' not tea- w 4V4r One-M Router
We have go gh a "New Deal" in the States, a sehitems as i n st a. au -Cap X4a W tor t
Deal." so n ,i et the U.S. Canal employee on the Is us kit=_. maM altos ,a sa tee One ten
to have back our "Old Veal." be vebe le and Car
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negtateh eutaets. spoke fr
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North's bid of three clubs In
today's hand may seem a little
weird but .It was actually quite
clear at tha time. Most experts
use a responsF of three clubs
after a nopentug bid of two. no-
trump to ask for a biddable ma-
jor suit. (It Is part of the Stay-
man Conwvstin which usually
begins with,,an opening bid of
one no-trump and a response of
two clubs for the same pur-
pose.)
South JAIy showed his bidda-
ble heart sult, @d North there-
upon raised to game.
The Ctayman convention is nf
doubtful value when the re-
sponding hand has 4-3-3-3 dis-
trabution, and this is especially
true when the opening bdder
likewaisehas the samesde itrbu-
tion. South was certainly no bet-
ter off at four hearts than he
would have been at three no-
trum.
wan to lead away from
his high Wet opened a
trump. South looked at the dm-
with saath like depar
whbut roused him t enough to
draw three rounds of tr !e
then cashed the, ec of' and
led a low club towards the ten.
Wetw rather; natural pt up
the queen of --emktlu on the se-
ond smund of that ault-4ed
last made the fatal error ef
l t a low b. last Ohold
hvatveBakemgwtIh htis n of
aod en a ete a spade or
SdStmond.
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clubs, he found himself obliged
to lead away .Itam, g of aM
kings. He chose to lead the Jef
of spades. wd udth won with
the queen. ,eDn l .eramptlo
cashed thewe a a mld
out with the nine f spade
A the ad now
ha to strike &t Me d -blow In
the opponent's cause.
West decided to lead a fourth
evade, hoping, thatthe ruff and
aluff would do deler no d.
South ruffed the iourth p .nt
dummy, discarding the l aing
club from his own hand. He then
led a low diamond from dummy
and finessed the nine, puWin
West Into the lead again.


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cessive time, West had to lead a
diamond back to declarer's ace-
queen, giving him L free finesse.
"A very soutd contract." Wast
commented bitterly. "All you
needed was three end-plays and
an outright gift!"


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I nagra's Junior Ambassadors


Reave Saturday For US Tour
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jCommemoratin g Its 25th an- navy blue suits, each with the
rersry, Panagra has invited seal of their ;espective countries
I Latin American boys five embroidered on'the coat.
f "dAch- of the countries from One of the highlights of the
Sich the airline operates to tour will be the reception at Dal-
t eleven cities in the United las. Texas where each of the 35
tes on a good-will tour under boys will be dressed In typical
auspices. cow-boy costumes, made to or-
ofjng the "Junior Ambassa- der as courtesy of the Dallas
wil be the five Panaman- Fashion Center.
boys selected by President This tour, the center of Pan-
on: Ricardo A. Arias, Publio agree's 25th anniversary celebra-
T ,Kel Harmodio Arosemena. tons, is expected to return from
rry A. BDas and Alvaso Ju- the States within three weeks.
II Needless to say the boys
a most enthusiastic about their
r. Which starts. Saturday.
card Arias and PubUio Toa-
who plan to be doctors, will
t te opportunity of visiting
SbeV t health centers In the
ted ~tates. For Kel Harmo-
AMsomena thli tripwill have
ca ial skwnificance, since it
t his distinguished grandfa- .

public of Panama, who
the contract between the
ent and Panagra so that
Company might operate
in the Republic. Harry A.
will be particularly lucky
during his trip on board a
ous DC-6B across the
States. he will have am-
opportunity to satisfy his
rest in everything pertain-
to aviation, having available
answer his every question the
O ferienced Capt. Frank Havel-
lek,Panagra's chief pilot. And
M uro Juliao. who Uke his fa-
will be an engineer, will
1 1 see the large factories of
cilaeeo and Detroit. A NB-"S h."
t1ese then. are the youthful 000 M NOR- tch.
tb~ssadors who will hear a per- two.month-old punay -t he
gal reeting from the Presi- Ranberet home in Weeld,
t of the Republic of Panama N. J., wonders what he's going
the President of the United house. The house, orizeidll
&to; messages from Hisek-an built for en Irish setter, is fv
S Rev. Cardinals bf New-York, ft i n .and hd t et wde
Stroflt and Ban Franetso:M fi hsefq provedtoo rougm
ekeMaor or panama. the pres- fthe Rapsberger thiuien, snd
nt of the Rotary Club and Scotch ipherited the manaq.
tae Chamber of Commerce to
t corresDondint dianitarles in -
.|h of the cities which they a
visit, since the luxurious
lraft will carry the 35 latin [ '
Sbassadors through Washint- -fkfgl k
New York. Chicago. Detroit,
VMgver, San Francisco. Los An-
[eles, San Dileo. Dallas, New Or- :
l oeom&and mpamL. .
"heir qrrivsl in each of these
iMetse will be met by a festive re- .
ltion. as every city has de-
^4fed them guests of honor and
? q set and entertainments
| been organized to welcome


Upon their arrival in Wauhing-
3. Oct. 5. the boys will spend
mir time visiting the Pan
lerlean Union, the Department
State, Pentagon and other
bie buildings.
rueaday, after presenting thelt
Mienttals to President Elsen-
wer, they will visit Mt. Vernon,
* residence of George Wash-
ton and will then proceed to
t The diplomatic repre-
atatves of the seven repub-
I in which Panagra serves, will
Oader a banquet for the boys
or to their departure for New
ork for another schedule of
onts. For each offlelal occasion
l boys will be dressed alike In


May you use your fingers in
eating the following foods: Ba-
con? Yes, if it is very crisp. Fried
chicken? Ol at picnics, cafes
that speclOze in fried chicken
I k basket and purposely serve
no fo*k wli it, and at your own
family .table-if that's the. way
your family likes it. French fried
potatoes? No. Those are the rules
-but don't Insist on following
them if your hostess orders oth-
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GUAYAQUIL, One.Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
QUITO, One Way....... 8.00 Round rip 14.80
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANY US RESORTS I
Household Autitle, m a a ft Ocoges. Son
Webe Ill-, 11 a CliM, an 435. Balboo.
l ,R SALE: Custom-built ebony FOR SALE:-1948 Club Coupe. Good 0z1, A PamJ. 877., CretMa 3.167g
blck mhoan sideboard, Chiese condition. R-17A Rousseau. 85-
4+nodeorn design. Chrome and yellow 4245. To MIAMI & NEW YORKvia AEREA Hos b S Cla. A
i': etto set, and. pther household TRADDE Pick-up in good condition t e 0. Bplle sI9
Items. Must see to appreciate. 8002- for Morris Minor or M. G. See at $126.00. One-Way to New York: or M o n rOke, t ht .
1 a'vernillo St., Balboa phone 2 Cristjbtl stationn Friday or $114.00 n-t 00. See Y r: 's, agei snI. t
A,. 3420. .. ....- Sunday, PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE Santo Ca2 l. l brit
O OR SALE:-Frigidoire, washing r i- FOR SA '42 Cht, former telephone 2-1655. ,ant ims. Ph Biin2.18 .. ..
chine, livingroom set.. porchfur- Army n. Condit o. Coil DR. WENDEHAK Medic inic. WSUAN Snto l Beach Cot-
Liture, small tables, lamps, blinds, 3alo o lQesh-a0
Hce work. 03T0 Cable Heights, Blboa Central Avenue '" str. corner ta s La comfortable, modern -
Ancon. FOR SALE:-195a Plymouth Cam- telephone 2-3479; Panbiha. near 'beds. Bell 3050 except
&--- bridge Combination Coupe, 6,700 wS_______erals '
1 R SALE:-60 Cycle Refrigerator 6 miles. Blue. $1,600.00, can be fi- FOR SALEI
cu. ft. Good condition. Phone 2- danced. 125-B Gamboa. Phone 6- Gram"i Santo ech-a-
3534, Panama, between 8 and 12 286. gg L rJ f
SALE-Frigidir refrieratorFOR ALE:-1946 Oldsmobile 2 Dr. FOR SALE:- ationol NC-173 comrn- _GomIana; 46 Pedr MIguel.
..R SALE:-Frigidaire refrigerator, Excellent condition, radio, seat r
0 le, perfect mechanical con- oers $ radio seat munications receiver and speaker. FOR RENT
60 cycle, covers, $405,$U06dMn, finance 25 or 60 cycle. R-t.7A Rousseau.
edition, $115. Real Host 4-'burner balance. Sgt.$t-n2etx,. 4-61 54. 82 5. R
S l stove, perfect condition, $50 -._____ .___ ,_ _,_
S; MAagic Chef, gas stove, satisfactory, FOR SALE,---.1947 Ford.Sedon, Ex- FOR SALE :-AkC re.stered Cocker
15. RCA console radio, record cellent condition. Tel. 624. Pups for sal. One mote, one fe- FOR RENT:- chalet, hot wo-
4 or, $60. Mahogany double bed, FOR SALE: 1.941 Ford V-8, 48 mole, 3 months old. Phone Albrook tdr imstlltlM, g06d vlewof Pan-
r4 hrss, $47.00. Mahogany single motor, good conditions4 Bowen. 4123. ama Golf Clubi L Caormsquilla
be mattresss, $46.00, mahogany Pacific Pres tby traffic light 14th Sealed bid-will be, received by Lieut. Sf10.00 monthly. Miguel Hive,
S et dishes, miscellaneous. Tel- and Bolivar, Cristabal. Vance at rundu Housln IhoW'4.4844. .
phone Panama 2-30.-67. FOR SALE:-.-.9l0 Oldamobit" 76 De Office, Bldg. 821,. until 1:00 P. M FOR RENT-Pent-hoi, 4 bedrooms
F0i OR SALE: 40 cu. ft. Frigidaire Luxe 4-dor seden., 'ew October. Oct. 8th, 1953, for various lots of living-diningroomn, alge. $150.-
* with 50 lb. deep freeze chest and 1949, excellent condition, new seot display, restaurant, and beauty 00, Cob o No. I, Apt. 5. 8 a.
S 3 year guarantee 60 cycle $300. covers, original owner, 11,000 shop equipment; bottle cooler aond m. 6 p. -038.
Modern bar with 4 stools $45.00. milei. $975. Telephone Panama unit, show case, waving machine, O RT.-I Vt edo
Chaise Lounge, Simmons with In- 2-3067. malt mixers, bowling balls etc. FOR RENT:--Bella Vista, 2 bedroom .
inerspring cushions $35.00. Metal Items may be seen at Housing Of- calet diningroom, parlor, maid
a chest of drawers $15.00. 4 burner FOR SALE:-1942 Ford Tudor, ex- fice, Curundu, between 7:00 A. room, and garage. $130.00. Phone
S gas stove $25.00, Phone c nt motor. Phone Bolbop 2 M. and 4:00 P. M. M9ndoay thru' 3-7 13. from 8 e. m. to 4 p. m.
S 3-5093. 305 :Friday. The Curundu Restourant RENT: HouM bf three bed-
FOR SALE:-Small portable washing FOR SALE:-Cbhwplt 1952 iced Council reserves the right to refuse rooms if ilterestle'd.',ae 2-2145.
i machine. $5.00. Small three burner to sell rapidly (4Adoor Powe ids) any and all bids. .. I
kerosene stove, $6.00. Balbea, 2- 13,500 miles, excellentt for rti FOR SALE -8oxer Puppies male a
. 3101.-_ culars. See Mr. U mnioa, Pan Female A.K.C. Kennel ReFister; FQR II T
S *OR SALE :-Baby bed, with mattress Panamotors, Auto Row. Phone 2-033 Fawn. Phone 84-6193, uorters
$15.00. Large play pen $10.00; .. 620 A. W
Sbaby buggy. $10.00. 125, Gom- WANTED FOR SALE,-Upright piano, excellent ATTIWTION .'1. Jut )l ilt modern,
boo. Phone 6-286. condition, reasonable. Bowen, PocV fmrdshed aoprtnsit, one, t w |
; FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Deepfreeze, Miscellaneous ific PKess, 14th dnd Bolivor, Cris- bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
tobal. phonee Panama 3-4941.
S$125.00. Apex washing machine, tob___________ne Panm 3-4941.
Roller Assembly, $40.00, both WANTED Byan American coupleFOR SALE: RCA. console radio, FOR R.NT:-C.lan f usihed wpart-
orycle. 163 Pedro Miguel. Tel. b e mr rtm record player, $5.5. Mahogany ment for two couplB lest resident
S l1 furshm Por nviwor double bed, matters $42, Mo- al section.43rd ~"i ;4o. 13.
BSALE:-Diningroom suite ma- desired. Call 2-31m arfe.l o- l res $4 FOR' RENT:-ea DTwdo $ dpart-1 $,,
hogany Ration. Excellent condition, fice houis. G y t, at' o Cditor ments in d modern ho ue locate
year old. lliffet table fqur
n chairs. Wll sacrifice, quick WE WILL LEND YOU MONEY, using $14. Dishes,' plant T n Vie Aretia, El Coreo, Tel.
Stoe. Phone 3-4896. your car as guaranty. For details phone Panama 2.3067.
Scall at ou office. Central Avenue FOR RE

R SALE: Six piece livingroom of the PANA MO. '_ CO. FOR RENT: Fumrnished
Si-' $200.00. Boy's 26 inch LOST:---2 hunting dogs, near Chivo- 5 large wal' d .S t, stain- Americon couple, 26 BEst
$20.00. 2171-3,' Ctrfun- Chivo, Sundoay. "Reord. Telephone less steel fr$mewi s g plate No. 678, apartmMt No. 2. C
S 2-070. Mr. Navaro. p sels. 1 'U' lhope center seen from 3 to 8 p. m.
-L:y Brand new 25 cycle LOST: ArS.eowep e y punter. Succiasf -
Le: lrd refrigerator, con be fi- brown ,10 ths o ethl remove e fixtures l "
f rpced. Holman S. A.. Via Espafia Zone tag, 3329. Reward gven lae than Octobir i
b oNo .Tel. 3-0383o. n return. Tel. 3-5053, 9th Strqetd be 0 M
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No. 1 e. Tel. 3-0383. rca 'peaks 2
SLE: 9 tube srdio, Phitco ha worked nine years in AmrIA I
t@6te model. "Q" St. HNo. 7, room oiL company a, warphousemn V.ColOn College oe e
11. Seks any permanent position or -
SALE: Wardrobe trunk, bby temporary. If necessary money The Abel Bravo College of Co- Ecool .
ALE: 3 venetian blinds 53 x duoranty. Write Peny Box 134, Ion w ll resent "A F'estival of va
S 2-4293, Diablo 5572- Panaoma. Stars" In te College Olymnashlt
fter five o o ,., on Wediday, Oct. at :6
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r fComrer lot in Cerro C paI Ithe C central American en--
'etoare. Call 3-2949, 12 noon inatlon t for the Maro Lant a
__Hp. m. A benefit for the Asilo de la Scniarshi which was, oUfered U ICS
LE-Lot at Santa Clatoro, close Infancia of Panama City. tomor- to the best singer In the South..
beach. 1679 Mts. Coall 2 row at '7 .m. will be sponsored and Central American Repub- r M Park in
any time. ___ by the Fort Amador Officers liat. S F b
Wives Club. The benefit entitled Others on the pro n- Set F r S dn
c r o "trike It Rich will take the Clude: Migue Mor 4o on- u oy
Stck Carot form of an evening of bingo and lst; Gladys eurtematte, Ballet Memogl rvic
games of chance and WI1 be Dancer: Anabele Ppsiene, Sq- Walter 0, parkjX
CARLIBLB Eng., Oct. 1 (UP h at th Army-Navy Club. be ano; The Pou e Quartet: Tuesd ft w
"5 Dr. El1.abeth M. 6impson Rockwell Glee' plub, Choral arnoon w f a
eking by court action to dis- Through the generous contri- Group. a morrahe will be held
ve her partnership with Dr. buttons of Panama City busi- a 2 m. at the Ft.
mes William Hay, testified nessmen wie have twelve very addition to the above men- Chapel.
st she did everything possible nice bingo prizes, twelve bingo toned artists of renown, stu- sran ent? for burial p
S3keeo him from drinking. consolation prizes and fourteen dents also will participate in the MStll begl n wa ;e.
door prizes. program. a. Parkins was a so
She said she lashed him with The object of this gam i officer fr the USARC
dog leasr threatened to tat- There is no admittance charge to rslse funds for sc rharlpa to School at )t. Gulick. He was
h.is ball head with the word nor is there any charge for door be liven three studentss bf the years old, and a resident of tAe
Siunkard and hid his prize ticket. Sport shirts are au- Ol who hlaathOwa neces- Canal Zone for 18 months.
SAL:9ts to keep him from thorized for all male attendants. Y Spttude Bav:tle field of guo- cl"
i caking 3ut to a tavern. There is a charge of *1 per iS1 be considered suitable ma- PO a
2-29 card The ame of chance, trl for study in the National OCiey. I
Se poker, wheel of fortune, dice, OolMrvatory of Music in Pana. (Contia prom Pae I )
Two Firts roulette, black jack and chuck a ma. Buildln on aines Street I n
SHAVEN, Conn (UP) e dicret of those so delr- Wet God Diab h s treet
dn W. K uynaki 20, was i to try their luck. KNOXVILLE. Tenn. (UP) e ublic Is cordially lnvt- .
wued wh his mnottrcycle hit Mrs. June Pelllnge- Wilson sued
tone wa He was taken to a A free rum cocktail for every- Luther Wilson for divorce. ----
pital tin an amblance. Iton ill be available and bther claiming ho frequently boasted Balb, a lo e Church
his first ride on a motor- elfroeshmets will be on sale dr- that his liquor bll was larger To "Grea t Nerhlgba -.
t6e-and in an i mbilance. Inr the evening, than his grocery bill. The Basa Union h
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teachere' of the -Paclfic a of
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xeutive MansAo since the L &74tI i the time the
Ita-4 Season. l Ie got setted in the
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siot alli for 10 state functions: and a 1_te nctons were
five. hite-tie receptions and omitted&' ,
five foral dinners, usually be- Another new look about this
tween November and spring, year's state seaun is the grand
stxma In the 0etertaimnent a streasa which will be showing
depayr*ert always Inq a off a fu.a0eLtB3ob done by the
dinn for a vWilAtg head i%.AV
Astan e a Chief Execu-
Ree'tlv the dinner bell r tve, hisa abnet and their wives
or dent of Panama a = embled In the Presidhent's
his t andwill found again in study and then paraded down
Ocw r fos the King and Queen the sta te ps to begin a full
oK d e g a nud ,aary for toh e dr re tin, they ended up
*dt of Turkey. in Qte I hU l h ight outside the
ipilne -u includes Gret Room. Now they'll step in-
one 4 th President '.d ,-chandeliered en- I
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be pl into -', hhve to get used to at these
siadors ties is' sitting at the middle
Sq f the diing room table instead
gerIDSr at, ZtV Whie House whicb seats 100. said the custom goes back to an
Oh the reception calendar .the old theory that such a seating
Co on eaional, Diplomatic, Judi- arrangement would make it
cial, 'D eptmental and Armed more difficult to assassinate
Foes s each has its own one's host. The way the White
night to cue up, 1000 to. 1500 House explains it is that it
strong and wait to shake hands makes conversation easier.
with 1g* Pr dent. Most of the time, of course, .the
... rd card-holders all pa- P at Lady.have a
rad L M east aide-entrance., coy. for tWo--
Onlyi few big shots including o so v4Wual to y&
the bnet, the Chief Justice in ittuig room.
and the Speaker walk in 4the Atter L they tch TV or
front* or, see a mol. I ihe private base-
R.ftrhment is served in'the mentthe te AroUtmd about 9:30
state dlntao room. The show of pm. will push off
the evlning, however, is the %ot n sleep. If Ma-
c .The glamour, glitter an m ie d to stay up and read
g O b a dibatWcit* we gItely o be an hit-
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to aid in the Department of Agriculture's nationwide forest Are-
prevention program are sworn in. Taking the opth from Ranger
Ira Funk, in Washington, D. C., are Timmy Mosher, 5, of Falls
Church. Va., and Marina Dellachiesa, 10, of Silver Springs, M&.
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Seas on's Fire chief Troup Sounds Chop 3 NARCE, LodgeMe
Meets Tomorrow The regular instruction
Tocsin For Fir Prn of IBPO Elks. of W, Unity 4
OCSin For Fire Prevention Chapter 38 of the National As- No. 1084, will be held at t
S- o sociation of Retired Civil Em- raiso Lodge Hall. tomorrow
SoU se ployes of Washington, D.C., will p.m.
Mark Twaia once said, "Break- life or property people remiss- old its regular meeting at the _
ing the smoking habit Is a sim- fully discard their lighted to- Pacific Clubhouse tomorrow at
ple thing. I've done it hundreds bacco butts and matches. 7:30 p.m.
of times." Arthur J. Troup, chief of the It s safe to hold a que
However, one part of the Panama Canal Zone Fire Divi- All members and retired mem- In your hand as the queen o
smoking habit man seldom at- slon and chairman of the corn- bers of the Army, Navy, Air use their stings only on
tempts to break is carelessness mittee for Fire Prevention Week Force, Panama Canal Company queen bees.
and neglect. Without regard for (Oct. 4-10) stated that a high ad Panama Railroad are invit-
proportion of total fires were ed to attend this important Bill 1538 on Income Taxes vW
V: caused by matches and careless meeting at which Bill 555 and be discussed.
NN fl i smoking habits last year. "This
N B W DtOOKS is due Lo sheer carelessness and
seeming disregard for life or ,- '...
-Mg-- D'SProperty," Chief Troup said., .
He added that "We are con- .
An extraordinary first-hand stantly plagued by bed smokers, ,
account of seven expirations into butt tWaers and people who are .
the heart of the AmaSon Basin seemingly too occupied to be
by Il.P. H. Fawcett is contain- bothered with being certain that
ed 9 "Lost Trails, Lost Cities," their wrist flicking extinguished -
one of the books placed in cir- the lighted match. A j j
culation during the past week by The little time consumed in Small
In the Cxlean ral Zone L brary. being cautious will prevent the t Deposit
An explorerint he great t rada- death and injury of several l
tion, fwcett believed th Walt thousand human beings and the
somewhere in the heart of South destruction of millions of dollars
America were the ruins of cities worth of property. The habit to
whose discovery would confirm be conquered is not the smoking A
many Indian legends dating habit but Its partner careless-
ff orom the days of the conquista- ess and lrtner careless-
f^^n- I ^^ onrthe side dotes. The Joint Committee for Fire
in the diplomatic guests. On his eighth and final expe- The Joint Committee for Fire
edition, Fawcett vanished into Prevention Week listed several AT T '
thju.. tinglee and to this day auses of fire In the Panama Ca- A T A T
fat is ank to ts d nal area such as littered trash A I *
This book, edited by the ex- baskets, oily rags and other eas-
plorer's son, Brian Fawcett. is a ly inflammable materials which
narrative of his first seven trips, should be disposed of as they
together with a summary of the contribute to fire eruption.
attempts made during the years Another factor which has be-
to solve the mystery of Fawcett's come a major fire hazard in the
disappearance. Canal Zone and the Republic of
The complete list of new books Panana is of an electrical orl-
and their authors follows: gin. Circuits are designed to car-
S8 o e I a 1 Sciences: American ery a certain electrical load but
S. Russian relations, 1781-1947-Wil- tey are continually overloaded 0
liams; Trial of Alfred Arthur- by iron, radios, toasters and
.* A. A. Rouse: Guide to accident other electrical appliances. The
and Sickness Insurance-Osler. first sign of an overloaded cir-
Applied Science: Handbook of cult is a blown fuse or smoke
Dangerous Materials-Sax: Dev- and if left unattended, fire re-
elopment of the guided missile- sults.
Catland. Wiring should be periodically t
Sports: Great negro baseball checked for frayed ends and ex- .
stars-Young, posed insulation in order to make
Travel. Biography & History: the home fire safe.P
Lost trails, lost cities-Fawcatt; Dry closets which are corn-I_
I was a captive In Korea-Deane. mon in Panama pose a severe I
Fiction: This folly to be wise problem. A carelessly tossed gar-
own to his Perugia, ely, or. Death and transfigurtion meant or rag may occasionally
ws part of his wming-likq of J e a n Jacques Rousseau- cover the heating elements jutt- EASV TERMS
ly by imitating the birds. Feuchtwaniper; Rogue's yarnm- ing from the electrical outlets in
to get their permission Jennings; The vermilion rate- the wall. Clothing hung imme-
n his flying machine Lin; The black Irish-Little; Walk diately above or too close to the
Sthe dark bridre.O'Farrell. "heater" will smoulder and pos-
Children's Fiction: Fast Iron- aibl.y lead to the destruction of
Children's Non-fiction: The many dollars wo rth of p roperty. SET ONE ASIDE FOR CHRISTMAS NOW!
wonderful story of how you were through individual neglect the
bo r n-GOruenberg; Latin-Amer- Fire Prevention committee warn-A
Ican leaders. ed the Panama Canal re sidents.
Children's Books-Gifts and History has proved many times
Replacements: PeUle's new suit- that fires have been caused by
Beskow; Pantaloon-Jac kso n: careless people who are too pre- T i 1 I we t ty 9T 0 E t
Just so stories-Kipling; Fairy occupied to spare "an ounce of I Va t G4 t ,w 37
tales-Andersen. prevention."


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ING NAVAL OFFICERS ENTERTAINING Major, and Mrs. JielsI
COCO SOLO two children, rVAk
Matthew J. *
A reception was held at the Coco Solo Officers Club, Tues- I
eveanai, to honor Rear Admiral D. S. Cornwell and his "Be Your Age" T pun t'
Vp of officers who arrived recentl.v from Norfolk, Va., for Two Nights
Sfclail visit to the Isthmus. and for Captain T. O. Dahl The Oatun Ciic TheI
'his officers from Jacksonville, Fla. ,production, "Be Your'Age'J
SAl officee= and their ladies from the Station called during be presented two. nghtq.ati
evening. 'OaLun. movie theater,
;One of the Admirals duties, while on the Isthmus, was 'of the advance tsale of
presentation of the big E for efficiency to Squadron VP-45 I The show will be put
Ieoeo Solo Naval Station nights of October 1.
iBtarting at 8.30 p.m, *'
and Mrs. thorn Two isitors were Mrs. Otto Tickets may ib ob;l
a i. Visitors Schuster and Mrs. J. D. Log-it Junom t ,, mmb of^ ta
tain W. A, Thorn, Com- sdon. The other ladies present...' .... oUcl o
ng Officer of the Coco wer.: Mrs. W. J Schuster,Mrs. satlantic Side S ea cou.
Naval Station, and Mrs. Carl Nix. Mrs. H. F. Paddock, seatlin5 4ay be m.ad;q
entertained with a din-Mrs. Thomas Fels, Mrs. Edward a "in -,3
pry at their. Quarters Cox, Mrs. Wallace Thrift, Mrs.Beginners Spi Classes
rfor their houseguests., Lee Nash, Mrs. Mrs C. B. Doug-s Bintart at Y'Cl
al D. S. Cornwell, of las, and Mrs. Fred Willoughby. The Bestnners SpanLsh
SVailadf C Jsonvle apt T.O. |. will start at the Bolivar LW
of acsonile.Tuesday, October 6. LeAR ,
dinner was given Tues- Bowling League to Resume ak Spanlsbthe acon
fiing, following the cock- Activityv .ay and convert
it he Q1ffcers club. The Margarita Women's Bowl- !way and enroll now.
were Captain Da- ing League will tesuTne theirlGatun Cubsr., e
bell, of Jacksonville activities Monday. October 5 Ati ..r.tB igPack .e "
i Charles rielder of i:30op.m. at the Margarita sheB 9. r a tng
lClhubehouse. Thefrst mg r Xc M eelug :
Sto meet the visitor of the Gatun Cub Scouts wl
to meet the visitor b hldTusdy. gt.t. h
N. M. Head, Captain New members will be wel- be.hed..e.d. .ht.atth
R. K. Y. Dusinberre, comed and beginners are Turg- lefoi0l 0House. There will be
der and Mrs. T.R.Per-ed to join the group. full dress inspectio, starting
wo .anr d Mrs. at 7:00 prm.
in. Major and Mrs. Jonelis
1^ i Leaving Isthmud
Hodtdso. for Major and I'Mrs. Frank G. T. T 7
,aod Prty Jonelis, of Fort oGulick, re1 W ith ZoIlianS
un. t D cn wa host- leaving the Isthmus in GOto-
4itim oo c "d card ber. Major Jonells has beq Am -.l -9
.N the Serice
Hn at heot home in the Isthmus for the past yar 11 l
tobal, Tuesday. wlth the USARCarsb School.-he
a.l. .... M..r. E. has been ordered to-Fort Brooke,
e-xt -- were_.Mr.E. 3... .'Puerto Rico.
3,L Julsa Goodenougho, c._____ (Isthmians with family
thur Wilder, Mrs. Al- members or friends in b *
er, Mrs. A. J" McLean, VMA f -U. S. Armed Forces are t-
) l n Zubko, Mrs. Robert French Canastall l vited to contribute to this de-
AMrs. Stanley Kidd, Mrs. apartment by miaUing data to
erault,. Mrs. Roy Fort, D A TF i mlrk' the Zone Serviceman's Edit-
C. Orr, Mrs. Wiflam voW5 IT o S e or, The Panama-Amerlecan,
S. N. R. Hutchinson, Box 134, Panama, R. P. ,f-
L. Logan, Mrs. Julius w Gam T 9 formation as to servicemen's
Gray, Mrs. J. P. whereabouts, their promoe-
PARI. O ct. I /T -Ta. tions and excerpts from their
Stwere won,, by s n -"Tt letters are of particular In-
-prima w wo.b is the strange name oif the very terest.)
yor and Mh. WallM Pa sn Wmeo wich s he e d bt
laetcr.am hc a Photographs are used, but
o FtakeS n Paris by storm. The bright. etnd.
Hostess for :oupg things oOeT on the Left'necabert ed
Z Z.m 'Bi of Batn k who invariably follow the
SZ, E. Ziss, of -Gatun,! latest craze now say canasta is
Shobtessd for n the rular "oN hat" and far less exciting. *
gan d morning coffee
e members of her sew- ''Tabtl" originated in Mexico
Lt b, Tuesday. It is played with 72 slightly
hideous erdq. Without going In- ,
i t Ad W e *to the complexities of the game.
fl r which can be laytd y. two.
i A I R three or :our,. ie llustrations
d Obseredare drawn from Aztec tombs, .i
i Af ~ with numerous gods and kings
'i Obsr eU The gods .. represented are the
masters, and a very minor god e
IfWtR f1 tl015 can defeat an important king. id,';*
b toPopular Jlrenez O'Farrell, '.
park, ,o.
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MIRACLE MAKER?-Takhdg
a tiptom Saraoa, whose hair
was tR ouw o hi- streagt,
Robert HolUMaorh 14, at
Dall&s Tex, iklttft bbs W&
grow. Robert's mother S
chiropractors told Ie a hair
save her monm eaflng iM rtTn
his handL T%# bg, yi be *
feared a job paying $M a =*th
if th prop cy,


Ba be made Thars-
y October 2,M0
3 to 7:00 p. r. at the
Sesthouse. Work will be
1 by B. W, Vaughaw.
and R. K. Morris.
Sof the Art League. All
pctures should be wir-
riing. Unframed pic-
be tacked through
to. -
tahibit will be hung and
for prizes on Saturday,
and the formal opening
warding of prizes wiv
eice Sunday Nov. 1 at 4:00
uace will cover all en-
Sthe exhibit.

tobol Stewards
Mcil, Local 900,
ft Tonight
riatobal Chapter Ite-
SCouncil,' Local 900-
0I. will hold an ex-
v meeting, at the lo-
S In Crisgobal tonight
Director, from Na-
U, Lloyd Vaughan, re-
ined to the Canal
b7e on hand to dis-
e. very important
VWtal interest to the
a Is W ed to at-


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Doctors appealed today f6r
donors of an unumial tye ,of
blood that coul(t se th e of
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W. mue YMuA I 19iu.
ista. b. e xk- tended
pw te'tai and hav"
thm Ballroomi a
tW te t Wu ed to
, as ,.I water-
: buaqeje, k prints,
1, silk aewte prinA,
dmwings and smah
teiulptate and cera-
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I HEADS CAMPAIGN -.Con-
gressman Richard M. Simps.n.
of Huntingdon,- P., is the ,
GOP's .choice to head its off-
year congressional campaign
committee. His job will be to
see that the GOP retains control
of Congress in 1954. He is serv-
ing his ninth term in the House
Sof Representatives.
US.Children Art

Will Be Exhibited
In Pdn mc' Libraryr
The National Ubray of Pan-
ama announces that an exhi-
bition of watercolors and sketch-
fs by United States school chil
dren will be held in the Chil-
dren's Reading Ro0m. These
works have been made available
to Panama's Ministry of Educa-
tion by the International Red
The exhibit will be officially
inaugurated tomorrow at 5 p.m.'
by JMis Graciela Remon C:
eretary-General .of the Na-
tional Red Cross of Panama.
Aealdents of the RRpbibt andl
Of tibA Canal Zone, ame cdio l
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HOIlWOOD NBA) Be- year-old daughter named Lissa
hind the screen: Van fein's a who has a aog named brandy. Today, Thursday. Oct. 1
hot contender ia 'the Acadey On the same day Llasas came pj..
race l his p, omiio oo:2 with to mumps, Brandy 3:15-Th 0 le Show
"Shantr but even If he do0 4t ,w sent to the veta to be de- 3:30-,MjeOr TAursday
win anOscar, the Hollywood tleaed. 4:06-4"d de Concert
Stunt Men's -Association owes A private hurse, called in to 4:15- -'7rly
him a diamond-studded belt. He help tras. MOsrow with Lissa, en- 4:30-f ra tl'our Favorite
Is the first star ever to knock i tered the hlld's, room just as 5:30-New s
out I tough movie stunt ma1i in sge screamed: 5:35-Whats Your Favorite
a fightacene. '*T an my Bran dy! I want my (
It beppeued during the saloon Nr3 | 6:0--Fre nl the Air (PDY)
brawl t hane," but wasn't Pe- the nurse, who knew a- 6:15-L RIBBON SORTS
ported t the time, Van says, bo Drandy, had a sense of hu-
*beeago nobody would believe mor.' 6:30-" announced
t." "All we have, darling," she Too Friday, Oct. I
AR WiV tells it: muttered to herself, "Is Scotch." 7:15-IThe tamp Club (VOA)
"We rehearsed the saloon- -7:30-Report from the U.S.
fight uence in a gym for a Lurene Tuttle denies rumors (VOA),
,wek We a ballet. Everything that she's on non-speaking terms 8:00-Music of Donald Vorbees
vas i perfectly. But while with her daughter, Barbara Ru- (VOA)
the enera- were turning I Ick, because of Barbara's dlope- 8:30-Music for Dancing
ducke t the wtong time and a ment wNTIMGM actor Bob Hor- 8:45-Copmmentary on World
stunt n's fist hit me right in ton. r ed- aid Lurene, whp News
the .iiith I got mad and hit says she knew all about the 9:00-MUSIC FROM THE AT-
hbm k. Then I hit another elopement plans the day before, LAS GARDEN
atinrts an and kndeocked him puts it this way: 9:30-Over to You (BBC)
i* "My daughter k- one of the few 10:00-Jorge Fazola and his Or-
DireDtor George Steveus'. yell women In this world that I chestra
of "cup stopped wild-swinging. like." 10:15-Musiceal Interlude
mad.-,A-hornet Van as blood 10:30-The'Halls of Ivy (VOA) HEARTBREAK ON THE HI
gushed from his mouth. He was "WHISPERING" PALMS 11:00-The Owl's Nest I and this little dog can't undersi
rushed to the studio hpsoaital 12:00-Sign Off f*. wrcbg, he keeps a tireless vigi
where. doctor took eight ptitch- Don't .mention Hawaii's whis- f comrade. For more than nin#
es in lhis lower lip and ordered peribAhpalms ato soundmen who 7:00-To be announced H highway 309 outside Alla
him homp tor five days, worked on 'BAtchhead." Elimi- AM.
"Th ore lose -up 'in th1 0 atIueir. bofibing noise from :00-Sign On The Alarm
plctur" va4 .N .'re.l 4, track ,.ceat Clock Club
blood otm9 h 8s (0< < v 7:00-News
It's re bloold-mine!" 7:05--The Alarm Clock Club
DO! YW O *. TV: (contd.)
M4siX AND SEX Sterling Holloway is making a 7:30-Request SalOn
Marie Windsor resigned from comeback on TV. The droll co- 8:15-Morning Varieties
that lecture series on the Kinsey median of a decade ago clicked 8:30-Musical Reveille
report ii bich she was sched- so olioly as a character in the 9:00-News.
ruled tjoe, ,minister and a "Life of Riley" series that he's 9:15-Come and Get It
uiculatriat onh a national tour been written into six more stan- 10:00-News
hat wou have netted her lots sas. 10:05-Off the Record
of mreeTttuce. Doris Dowling, Artie Shaw's 11:00-News.
"I w iafrald everybody was new wife and the mother of his 11:05-Off the Record (contd.)
yol4 to tbi n I wa an authori- son, Jfasthan Shaw, .born July 11:30-Meet the Band
v on ser. Marie explained. "I 4, has told her Hollywood agents 12:00-News
trav ih saoe dty, but not at this to forget about her screen ca- P.M.AL
point. rear. Shesretnt at Artie's re- 12:05-Luncton Music
---- quest. 12:30-Popular Music
fol D $p shelving most of 1:00-News
for this sees' 1 There's a filmed TV series in l:15-Persofality Parade
W J telefllm. The the works based on the career of 1:45-Lum and Abner
steeat will on situation corn- Rocky Orasiano. Roky will play 2:00-Rhythm and Reason MANTA RA'sg
ety. himself.... Duncan Renaldo, 2:15-80ongs of France (RDF) Tera f L s LI
--- who suffered a broken neck four 2:30-Afternoon Melodies 4'4aR AungelesC'hi.
(Cita GCODe owns 3t par cent month Ago. is back at work in 2:49-Battle of the Bands fbr as automobile. The
Of g fanw irk Douglas flicker, the Cslaco Kid telefilms. 3:00-All Star Concert Hall glassdashboard, a woPU
*A icelav.' It wa" an act o( LThe 's ;._Tatern" tele- 3:15-The Little Show i 15P1Sy .t.tibe-ational
smar .iuslness for Cooper, who films wif be shot in color. 3:30-Music for pra: l
finrat 1iht "The Girl on the 4:00-Musia Without Worda
Via 1p ," on which the film Those modest Gabors note: In 4:15-Casa Loma Time
Is baed.... Lance Mler, the a letter to A Hollywood pal, Zia 4:30-What's Your Favorrite
1-I potfle lad, ova g.Zsa Gabor wrote: (contd.)
whooprofile 4Ra frophad "I'm starring In AGlttering 6:00-THB AG" A MELODY
to tq. have signed their legal Death'In lParis and if Imust say FLIGHT
separation papers, But no divorce so myself, I'm absolutely divine 6:15-BLUIE RIBBON SPORTS
Yet. In the picture" REVIUW
One ai arqueen I :30-Th ord Shop
ow koBroadaylkw am,t a Zs'a 7V00_1 T omas
c R ," ht a x- ath every night. 7:11P Varieties, VSA. H
*A S a T n-ight. 7:3-*epot from the U.S.
:00-Reqaetb8alon
CR saoys Consunr Must Get 6rN e ws
f- *'9:00-MUSIC PROM THE AT-
40- *LA-OGARDEN
S9* :30-London Studio Concerts 0
BenetUspof Business Tax Cut ioo Music (BBC) BELLA VISTA
B e n A. of Bsine$ Ta Cut 10:00-Time for Music (1313)
---- 10:30-Adventures of P.C. 49 B LV S
(BBC) 2:30, 3:55, 5:45, 7:35, 9:25 p.m.
WAffIOTON, Oct. 1-Wam- Important In shaping general 11:00-The Owl's Nest
&ng that less consumer in- c"oelai activity, the CIO point- ls.m,-filgn Off AND DRIVE-IN
$ome iA rapidly as defense ed out. It is "the major factor in Explanat#io ot Symbols A D R
apemnla jra off, "unemploy- the economy-not the only one, VOA-Voice of America 7:00 9:10 p.m
= otae t e factories will be but; by far, the largest. And in BBC-Britft Broadcasting Cor-
InevIV the. CO today said the long run, business spending poratlon SI MULTANEOUS
that th e g of any reduc- rests on consumer markets." RDF--Kaditifuion Francdee
tion.t~ ia tOames must be RELEASE!
pa Sei Ciasatlera instead The CIO disputed the con- Aru
*t gWdtoraise.'unIt profit tention of "trickle down i
inartns. 'economists that business In- *. *,. 2L,
Wa40 earners also must be vests in new plant and equip- 'T oA a I Th ing
given k greater share of profits ment simply because it has a- ItoVI Ui story of The
resulting from Increased pro- vailatble funds, and that this
ductlty, It added. sending atoapatically con- FOREIGN
"I tVe economY ia not to be tfnues i profits are high. jill E I
dis e b balancedcombs
hIgh prfits b npow adequate "Goods anid services are pro- The Student Association of
consumer-buying power the duced for stle. When buying is the Canal Zone Junior College
buy4- power of wages and sal- Increasing and production is hab announced the elfkction of
&arW is, not merely catch up rolling ahead, busines.firms in- Joyce Collihue of Diablo Heights
wt t productivity ilnqreases, vest in ne* alant and equipment as editor of the 1964 Conquilsta-* *
8= iapt ormge eheme "he to rl60 *W# n-ftWt capital and dor, the yearbook of the colege.
gSt 330 O ^ Ct O, osOfuRe ex ineet the demands Judith MaY of Diablo Heights
aaid of the growing market," it said. will serve as co-editors. Both
-fwn out that liquid family "If buying slows down, the pro- girls are freshmen. Vlbtia ab.
aatv are1 now ainalip than in ductino-Q. uaOd. and services dma, sophuinore, of Pananm
1M5. we 010 said that the 0*; wUl drop. oiftoo!' City, was elected business man-Y
credatsedcnnader pz ngnO. ( tt O buying pow- ager. The staft has been select-
*d th.eant a' deralo- ergst varies general- ed as follows: Kay Butler, Ma- I ll^J U
pods upon c0 e w n I has to lie as rapidly bei Chatburn, lIarilyn Dupuis,
cod- to a greater extent in the as the economy's increasing Julia McCoy, Francis Boyd, 31-
period ahead than in the years manpower output since 1946 and len Meints, Linda Reliman Dan-
lmuiulately after World War I. before. Moreover, although since can Wong, Barbara Egol JR1 eme -
csxasitaer credit, It amid, haa Korea workers in manufacturing MacKaig, Shirley Eechrest, idi-
been ritretched to the pojit Industries where union organi- trial assistants; Mabel Chat-
where my further substantial satioh is effective have improved burn, Hectou Miranda, advertk-
iac f.a, ,n-spending cAn be thetr buying pawer al*ghtly, oth- ing assistants; Diane Skinzrf a .
based only on rising personal iz4- era, have ot caught1 up with George Metvier, and Oscar aSu with AKIM TAMIRO P
comme." post-loreaW lvibg costs. In photographers,
man~y- cases. there was a decline Canal Zone Junior College
TsMe Cl ertileised the Me- In buying- power In industries students also announced elec-
saMel "taelebbotwn" theory Iwhere union organization Is tion of Norsne DilZain of 39.1-
Wbluiness eeona- smallt. ooa, a freshman, 9M editor of a BI^ a
ty depend the Tropical Cgllajli, the col- TROPCAL
e h profit ad "Valure by business to share lege magazine. POfricla Foster WmDESCiw i *
inet. tfle fruits of Industrial prog- of Diablo Height.t a sophomore
wn theorists are Mtl with other groups can ./as elected business manager. YAbAVl WEEK-END
tId, "not because eretq qeleule eandHltons Miss Dillman has jannoupced Iu iJ! RELAKE
and investment fnm iity high profitsad 4- th.- selection. of unlmaportet, but suffith r ltamg staff: Alvin Thogs, assisA
they pac Bsole PWP r- that make ftllkm- ant edtar ~nd h^S editor; ONE MAN aff I.. All
the sma top-part ploymeat Impessible in the Shirley. ecnrest, ictua editor; AD
pvnunii which eOnt ," the Outlook warmed. Laurel uuimings, non-fiction John Derek Barbara


n I. *. editor; Betty Tarr, tie arts Rush, in
off red editor; VilmA M)las, girls
the oic prapcts edItor: J ll MiKilg w- "PRINCE OF PIRATES'
e son, of hteke it tal 5ike- porter; Patricia Poster, verse In TCHNICOLORI
IA c t oc- edIt9r; George Motler, chief
thaCIO arteIior:GLogeN)'wg s
rimn. #a as believes, alt produe- Shifet Edc'y. pslsta tedt-
.tea1 -4 ytivity makes it poaible for tors. The assistant business
r new industry to prices-thus, manager Is Shirley Eddy The C A P TOLIO
at eat sharing the a of increasing first iiute .o-the TngOteU Col- K DAY
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I NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP) Southpaw Ed
4opat goes gunning for the Yankees' second World
series victory today and from what the Dodgers
sdowed him yesterday, he isn't the least bit worried.
)'Sure, I know they made hits
irkluding three homers." declar-
e the 34-year-old left-hander.
"lt they're not any stronger
tn they were last year.
?I looked 'em all over pretty
eefully and I couldn't see
w tere tey were any different
f tm ast year. They have all
t i- same plavers... Robinson
.Podles .. Snider... Furillo
Resee.... and Cox. The only
n1 x4jwie is Gilliam.
1Tbey're calling this Brook-
the best one in Dodg-
Istory but I think last
-club-was just as rood."
o-f. .. ..bat v t I
pat. who faces another vet -
*if southpaw. Preacher Roe I
v. had more of an opoor-
tunity to study the Dodgers than
th rest of his Yankee team-
htatms. Injured by a hot smash
oththe bat of Don Lenhardt of OL' h. ad
N St. Louis Browns, Sept. 16
tmheannv left-hander took time
gt his recuperation to watch Eddie Lopat
Woolyn play at Ebbets Field.
ty one particular "star" among the
,M. "Yankees; but he was lavish with
praise for Billy Martin, who col-
lected three hits including, a
three-run triple in the first
inning.
"That hit of Mwirtin's took a
lot of steam out of 'em," he said.
"The triple gave us a good lead
and forced the Dodgers to come
__ from behind. If It wasn't for that
hit In the first Inning, the whole
thing might have turned out
differently."


' PREACHER ROE,


Losing Manager, Chuck Dres-
sen had no alibies. He said that
the Dodger players had' done
their best but that the Series
still had a long way to go.
"It hurts to lose the first one."
he admitted. "but that doesn't
mean the Series is all over by a
long shot."


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'No doubt about it," said Lo-
,"they have good ball club f
they're not 'invincible. They, irt
t me in the Series last year
I sure hope I can even things
Another Yankee pitcher who
tchpd the Dodgers particular- W L Pet.
closely yesterday was Lopat's New York (AL) 1 0 1.000
tege," southpaw Eddie Ford, Brooklyn (NL> 0 1 .000
ho probably will start the
!urth game for the Yankees. He First game at Yankee Stadium,
ad "a lot of catching up to do." Sept. 30:
"I didn't get to see the Dodg- Brooklyn (NL) 5 12 2
ra last year because I was in New York (AL) 9 12 0
*e Army," he explained. "Yes-
rday was the first chance I Erskine, Hughes (2), Labine
it to really get a good look at '61, Wade (7) and Campanella4
I Reynolds, Sain (6) and Berra.
Won-Sain. Lost Labine.
"Was I impressed? Well, yes Second game at Yankee Stadi-
no. I knew they could hit. urn. Thursday, Oct. 1. Third and
t there were also ways to get fourth games at Ebbets' Field,
m out. They have a stronE ball Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2 and
lub but I sure would like a 3. Fifth game lif necessary at
ack at them." lEbbets' Field, Sunday Oct. 4.
Yanke Mnager Casey Sten- Sixth and Seventh games (if
stL regarded the Dodgers necessary) at Yankee Stadium.
i y despite his team's Monday and Tuesday Oct. 5
the fi st game. and 6.
Pnot through yet by Financial figures:
I t," said Sengel. "Look FIRST GAME
b dll ev came bark after wel Attendance (paldi 69.374.
ff uans in the first innipg. Receipts i net $387.574.74.
Aurally, you always feel a it-1 Players' pool first four games
better after winning the firstt only) $197, 663.12.
es game. It kind of puts the Commission's share $58.136.21.
boys in a hole." | Clubs' and leagues' shares
Btengel refused to single any $131,775.41.



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1953 WORLD SERIES
Teams W L 0et.
New York (A.L.) 1 4 -.
Brooklyn (N.L.) 0 1 .00
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York Yankees 9, Bsl oMya
Dodgers 5. ,.
TODAY'S OAIM ".#
Yankee Stadium: .04-1y
(Roe 11-3) vs New York 9ipt
16-4). Game starts: 1:05 yp.-,


Big Gil Hodges



'Finally Snaps..


Series Famine

By OSCAR FRALEY
United Press Sports Writer


NATIONAL LEAGUE EMADER-The Br
tonal League leader -a the end of the
catcher Ray CampgMuiea (left), who JtI
era and hit .312 for- tle season. Team
both leagues in batting with a .344 aYw


non-Airobts to get into
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP) It -"g
was a long time between home
runs but rangy Oil Hodges car-
ried a menacing bat into the
second game of the World Series R b in
today "certain that the famine
is over." -
The big first baseman of the I -k f -
Brooklyn Dodgers smashed a' J C riw 1
round tripper into theptands in
the seventh Inning of the last
game of the 1949 World Series. By FRED DOWN
Then, through 24 official United Prom Sports Writer
times at bat In baseball's blue NEW YORK, Ot. 1 (UP)
ribbon classic, Big Gilsung Jackie Robinson, o.ne of the Na-
with abject futility until the tional League' outtadin tar
sixth inning of yesterday's the last seven .seavi struggle
ODenlng rame of the 1953 Itn. t. --a & -.--__- % -d


show.
At that point, with a full
count on him, Big Gil lashed a
drive into the seats to break the
drought.
"Nobody will ever know how
I felt when I saw that one was
going in," he grinned after-
wards. "I know I don't have the
words to explain it."
For, -until that moment, the
doubts were crowding in gain
on the blond belter from In-
diana.
In the second Inning, with the
fears riding hard on his burly
shoulders, Oil walked up there
before more than 70,000 fans,
took two balls, had a strike
called on him and then arched
an easy out to left field. That
made him nothing for 23. count-
Ing one last futile awing in 1949,
those horrible 21 unfruitful ef-
forts in 1952 and his first time
up yesterday.


VEECK'6 NECK-Loyal fans
violently protested Bill Veeck's
proposed switch of the St Louis
franchise to Baltimore, and to
demonstrate their feelings they,
dressed a dummy up in typical
Veeck dress and hung the,
Browns' president in effigy dur-'
min a game at Sportsman's
Park. (NEA) .





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World Seriesa0 !.
Brooklyn's brilliant and ag-
gresive star has been ne of t
League's most consistent and ef-
fective hitters since he broke in
back in 1947. But in World Series
competition he's hit like a
blindfolded man. .
Unless Jackle Map ouA et f
the coma son, he elObM .
down asone of the ftdh b-
appltmints fa -ri hh-
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Opening via

has been to bat
and eollected on
ovei, he' knocked- it vMe
runs n 20 series ga aest
Jackle went to -the plate- fvi
times yesterday and found a
teammate on the basepaths fou-
times. In order, he- bounmed i.
shortstop Phil Rifuto-, st a
soft liner to, secq.d-basemal
Billy Martin, walked amn
grounded out meekly -to 4bhtd1
baseman Oil MDougad-. l7a hi
fifth and last at bat he filed to
left field for the third out .l
the eighth inning.
There have been many stars
who struggled through an In-
dividual series as goats.- dat-
ing back to hall of Fimer


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Early Returns Show Defesie


Quicker To A4jus Theumitus I
By MURRAY OLDERMAN ...
NEA Stail Correspoendet "
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 Ith
pi.tuonleag football's early te-
tuinn in let's examine th f- '
feet on the lndividutl. .t gU
s tihe team. 0
Alabama, Navy, Tenne8ur-d
Stan ord alreadyy know bo 't' s=
afl. cted them.
A, a tWi tube case of wue
prominence there',- one
Filipski of Villanova, a proml- -
ner.t All-America mention liat
ye% r.
lie s Just as good a runMe U *
ever and Texas althoughl Ibia-
blin Villanova, 41-12 wi tae,
tify to that. .......


But. oh, that defense.
"JI.< much easier for an pt-
fen.ive back to adapt hims to
delrie,." .said Gene before Te
;sun started, '"because goi"
fur lim arp speed coordinatlot
kinWd q.Lick re&Ction."
What he didn't reckon with
wias experience.
By his own admission, he WMW
pathetic In the opener against
Georgia. Ard like a alumpina
hitter whos. work begins $5tos-
fer In th i lrid, too, his off lfti
prowess suffered.
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Curlously. early results 4lW
the defensive backs have h
the best adjustments. 9 laO-
ma's Larry OrWgga and JM.
Gmag were defensive hl
last year ,nd had so trouble
stepping into fulway s ots, V-
lanova's most effective a sk -
been Ralph Cecere, a dtefetdv
specialist inst year. /
Vlanova Cach
offers thia c'te:
mo re important defendlv*
thc&n offer.tiyely. 'A b, am
never make up the yar .
manmy cost ;ou by a
donse. a missed 4A
pas receiver. -I
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I A. That was in 1027, whom
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Ft LeAgue pSnant7-Dan CoM.
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lilfetmef 2SeM1t average in the,
American League? Mel Ver-
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- Charley-Dressen Speaking of
starting Crrl Erakine three
times-,in A4.e first, fourth and.
f needed bi, the seventh game
-tlrther ed the dodgers'
sbhrtage Mualty pitching in
But the Brooks
themselves be-
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sleeper a-
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eken in Billy
Loga
Young 1a0
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lxth gamne
bbeta Field,
which as a fresh

Rachi and. won until in
the eighth Uming ha committed
a rare balk.and then went p
bout mns mt a rnw-prodhbeng
ground ball by the highly un-
wusal expedient f losing n the
sun. He balked eohe Woodling
to .aconl. base by smply drop-
pit the bald while standing o
the rubber. It could only hap-
pen in Bronk*.
rskine o sWit alone in be-
Having tpt r Lab a mdisappo t-
.ini 13-gia oWinner this year
could repu the World Chainm-
plons. Manater Drepn, refer-
ings to the ball lost n the auh
lat tilp sad: "He's. gtng to
beat the Yankees. ad r nbt
getl. to blot out the a i elt he."
Loes is. endowed wit :more
Mi~istr Bt bb than pdt
fasl tll ,-sial. Rdy Campanel-
Ia Ibsits ii Is the fastest In the
National League. ,
SLee-' C9utWe Lg a corper-elip-
pine qutie. As a tule, or at least
until Jily 5 of this year, he psa.
iase4 exti*llent control,
Well remembering Loes' per-
ormance of a year aro, Casey
StOense'hd the highest respect
or the Lona Island lad's pro-
-toes aaitA the tseasa
at kn 11-6' VI, bt toke do
P a stizrer ih July .and wa't
more recent. -whon be SIIoW^
ahd loood *ethe LLoa tf t ud
.-aad tIa 1. v 2 s now.

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for a big winning effect.

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pave .aused a disturbance the "'airway" or
arowbd the a-1 Citubhoue. may be picked up,
For the informatioan of thobe placed within S e
knembes who want them kept in original lie, and no clauk t W
the sare, the toMlies are not hole; without penalty. .i
solid gold. They do look like thqy be replaced in such a.Wa.al-
ame' frbti Fort Knox, but take not improve the tance
Sword for It. they are not real with the original le.. h e
ld gold. 'ris fact doesn't no fairways -pa W e.
reduce the value any, and we
expect some large divots to be Schecndo enst
flytig in th battle to see who
takes them home. R tA .' Oi
Otie gdlter, from out here, Ke tApple
told his wife it war a cinch he
would.win at least one. She has Kirw rs Eye
already ordeWed gld colored Al
dapes m4 iM ald table, CAGO
to Mia .- t ro 1 he Ralph Mea t
doe at l mone, the hCIb *1 be pick o *t
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name on te medalist trophy. I a'," the Cub'
wont ment na the guY's name, "He fiitids' a
but that "dab" wins the med- a asur'.' an.. O t.
have ias name put or with dfa- e s h ability
mondn often I eoverlookOd .
Remember, % handicap, and 'Hes by Mar t ri
q rounds f 18 holes are man on d l pl9 tl
to med .O boaer@th, 10th National ge.
and I. lWtA at, 4B.'. fers "What's more, Rded.i ar
will 61heir 1ll6tI in auth-play. hitter, pas dangerous battOl .
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Straight Over Dodge-
.The New York Yankees today were in a favorable position to win their fifth
secutive world championship after whipping the National League champion Brooklyn
Dodgrs, 4-2, at the Yankee Stadium behind great clutch pitching by Eddie Lppt.6 .tep ...'.ue kvs.tl cou.anr i Aprai
It was New York's second in a row in the present series. ""new q
Losing hurler Preacher Roe gave up only five hits, but home runs by Billy Muerti' .,. L.. amO ra '
-id Mickey Mantle in the seventh and eighth indii-s respectively, turned th- tid e,
i favor of the Yankees. Martin's blow came with the bases empty. Mantle's gme
winning smash followed a single by Hank Bauer. A
The Dodgers got their two runs on three stra it hits in the fourth inning. TheS
f#t Yankee run was the result of three bases on be ard a hit batsman.
The hitting star ofthe game again M wetiqpwith two hits in three triftps to nUiba
to.third. dd. au t
de play by Milay: i rt st a oltoher. ..e-... ..Out out toshdort.Resek w Old"A "-"e---'-
to third, r grounded out to second, R,~s
FIRST INNING No runs, no hit, no error, none moving to second. Robinson tto
nERS: Junior Gilliam, left oI. poVd out to first. -e d_ ffted r s C as e The. Ns
against starter odde e Lo-No runs, no hit no errors, --pp'a N g- baken u tsted a
1rurded out to short. Peel FUT left. -~An DX1dkU-control- beforis='b planning Ito il
eease tripled to right. Duke FOURTHf t reYANKEES: psserlln hosVoerfd tn h itobasman wl and tht
dppdott h ac-DODGERS- Rob isidsed .to into the left field tpboesYNES sota~n medbwdi.Rs oa*-Cain uists 4110be andtheir fo
C~pal UII F uusuu tbene- their for o
tortRobinsr on flied doutnlefaet. a auaa& i.tr ,orARd
Ab ih etr.eod ogs *6 nOt ooln rua Ott 04 e :..n~s-.y
.rns oehi, oerorshort and third. PFur~i tb dshr.ready Um alinmet th a,. Ir-co A to". buTht.
r.h, one hitn errors, Hde moa ving to.i t One n, one hit, no errorsg, agg..t o
dulf.Cox oubled toleft. drtv~ng1hone rnoneoleft., o rr tki, nSe. e van alorn
ANKEES: Gene Woodling, Hodges and Furillo. Roe struck a w for te ..
walked. Joe Collins walked.,OR"o
ting against starter PrealherWoo t runs, three hitsiAno.errors DOD Cam reon -Aies. asform, ,.-Pari nat the
nk Bauer flied to rightpy Wood- rone left. out to short. H dodges uInled to laiop irlon 'uth
gmovin to third. Yogi Berra YANrKEES: McDougald ground- left. Furllq hit into a dsubepiay, e po .IC at Clarka,'e the smakoo
kid to rig Woodling tagging ed out, catcher to first An aort to Second to first. .utue l."'e'
U~.14Adscoring. Mickey Mant~le Singled to right. Rizouto saian- 'to un, nehi. o rrrs
walked. 01! McDougal was hit ficec Martin to second. t none left. rnoUnihtNationso'ramor-The e.
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ap tch to load the bases. Bi- .grounded out to firast. i. YANKE r Colln ined tof Iy, IIn ns-lentMW
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atn onflied to center. Nr runs, one hit,-no errors,- one_ rht u singd to let. er.4 at othe .
.One ,. imn, no htts, no errors,, o .' ra filed out to o.oCenter. Mantle _-CoaletUPlert rofB-
e .. o, homered into the left field seats, -Imd Lanyd an
a s scoring Bauer aheqdi of him. Mlie. o
Dougald skied to left.e h apuwoto.h n.... t....'the
SEMCOND INNwING Two runs, two hifa, no exrors
i;OGER: Roy Campanella Done left. ea
none left. New m~k


51.4 out to third. Gil Hodges .
lh oCarl unrillo grounded NINTHBI INNIoNG
~tto third. Hodges stole third. fiCoU bounced out to abort, the U.N. Command
yCox was intentionally pass- Williamn, p,.chhittoeg for pRoe p. ro ~
Roe bounced a driveeff Lo- slngle4 to left. -illiam fl ed out Nhm Gea. of 8.
tA's belt buckle that caromed to cene. Reese walked. Snider 'chalrofU-.five-ha- .1l-
,wer to (olllns at first, grounded out to second. d "ia
No runs, no hits, no errors, two No runs, ne hit, no errors, A3m kand u.f nle
ittwleft..w l aef t l -LNI
-TANKEES: PhlT Rizzuto dou-'anytUna am" eIn-
dagainst the rfbbt field wall, o91
error. Lopat struck out. Woodling
tto second and Rizzuto warn
"'*dow on a closeGplay at the
wte by Gilliam's accurate $0 lf
o. Collins was out at first,
~sisted. ~
ao runs, one hit, one error, oneOf NII
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LONDON. Oct I U -Pre"IhARe to j i We
THMlRD INNING -Minister Winston Churchill flew lUK oIea oro .e., o=9 out
DGEht.o B: Gilliam grounded ,MRir N home last night and resumed as- S. yngman ojith .
o t to second. Reese flied out to tive command of those government
ptter. Sanider flied out to deep oM INNNG amid reports he again would re-
Oater. DODGERS: Gilliam bunted quest a "B4rmids aonhereuee" to
No runs, no hits, no errors, and was out pitcher to first. plan four power talks with So-
wone left. Reese singled to left. Snider. F SetP ar A loh
YANKEES: Bauer bounced out struck out. Robinson singled to Edenin Sewoe tonight
t. WLa hBerra grounded out, left. Campan q t-tod---" .ahe
second. l~e~domt tO rom sr"o to gpmehis work
second.as head of the Foreign Of floe
No rttns, two hit&t, her rsnFuro
Nwo rueft. o bt, p r~n after -a six-month illness. R oth
YANKEE Wopodn struck with the cainellt o meet first major organizational
+ down on a close play at thewit thet cabiynet Fridartey.. alldill ,: I.,N





out.wCollins popped out to sec-wouitrstetmnrast,'n'o
ondl. Bauer sruck out.F change rinie the Paama-Canal let"*
struck out. 78-year-ol m Churchillook-o erl ti In Julyo sI be-
No runs, no hits, no errors, ed fit and suntanned when be istifof teot"odtad-T Wtni-9
none-Gleft..- .rnhPemer*~W epnlIton t or the air- Dre ~f-ae
linNKlrn: BrI homwl er thiatbnuhte eend heresumed fra-om
Mate.edo toethe French Riviera. t
Srudown mp to chll R as uleof lan for is r andwindustalal
Reliable sources lold ch r-eal 4?W&WO f
Aeod, atetoseondofl. reeIrand deaNl to ease InterNa noine Bureau. Ird
Cox raud~dto Re L61Wto= and sowwouldThe cboftss a1. UDS
o istruou call foe a meeting ofrf eralo qre .AWeofa
No runs. one hit, no errors, on reF e w irhaaIenhaowern t the el fteant
e left. nlrench Premier l ~aJsenph Ten ,Ad f nfr
SYANKEES: Ber Rina, walked. toccFo-dinateWeretuxn tratgoy and d'f .ttw OT all "
ll ..lt 'a ouan o tlefleoutoeft. Campnnna i '~ to aroeok tals y Itbree wton cetai mia. lpe ct.






'. second, c h1 to0 seNd" t h. dooe wll- '-j
st.Cb hill.hacaltedfor" eon l
;' 'No runs, tno hits, no errors, aere ead wi thEienhowr lnd th nl r nt .....
n[ 1 ton left. Fren IdCuch Pe ierlas Jue the Asoet h inft


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Judge Arccusedh R t wa. *,-'-

'Inhuman fine Ih m .34 "-"..
right. ,~~~. duk" tonrtat. Jerry~ dLevrs o, 27 munteo ta I n '.-,.: "sa.lm, +
Cox grotmded 50 U~d wait injal t~dnan week beored Tha lluq[I .'.."+ I
No runs.~ ~ ~ onludgo roro e Prules whethe r it w..se'nhoer a1D, O 'd.--i o -
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traffle violations and throw 11e1 ata Ganab-L-
....tsrn tonottettifat stalllto wol ak oof. "et. Dredging .| aBo
-aand tnhe teu
'vrcod chea Negro w says .uundtbe n hgll -
Is broke. wouid have to spend 10 t
years In all to work off he ~ -tr-o T .
iH the


l s a atorney, Charle&a irrs
'*I lo l ll4'M L.,UUILU l Both were
lowe, asked Chlel Justice 0 wider
L. Dougherty of CriminalC 1 L '
for a writ of habeas corpus m-iten
Rounds that the fine and e aor fr~s w
term are "inhuman.', manent C
MestabliShe
At hearing today, the st.t tlion In 1950. -
asked for time to file a wrItt I
answer to Bellows' pettl.~"
new ohear for Oct. 6.Sick RP
.------ ------ Sick RP
Eisenhower Asks n Froma'
Columbus Day .
Observance w-
who

The flag of the Vsited
will be displayed on all n o er..
Mint buldlingsl, Moday in bW.-
Or of Columbus Day. t

Ith eIh s--t TI
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