The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01734

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SThe MilN Sa M ian open forum for readers of Tie Penome Amr*
SLaMun are received gratefully and are handled I n wholly cnfi-.
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Si you cnmtribet a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't appeao the
*ihm day. Letrsn re published in the order received.
I Ple. try kp the letters limited to one page length.
o.iIp t letter writers is hold in strictest confidence.
Tr aewspaper mmeos we responsibility for statements as opinions
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NEWSMAN WANTS TO SWAP
Havana. Cuba

I, tist Lou \vll forgive this broken-down American newsman
and correspondent for breaking into your busy life'to ask for a
favor.
.. You see, amigo. after 28 years in the profession 1,6 of them
spent most happily in Havana. I suffered a couple of strokes last
3ear which forced me into a most sedentary way of life, with
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ed abotla, but'bhen actually having it it turned out to I jose--
tihlng truly ftter....so having all this time on my handaZatarted
,to co4et stamos followlag dortor'3. orders to get &o*mftig to
,do. ao' I must say :haL apart from enjoying it enorkf*uy, it
'has ~nme something to occ'ipv mv time and Intr get... and
"theru.IIEs the' avor I wish to ask of idu.... .., '*
I should be very Mrateful Indeed to you for. courtesy inf
'publishing a blurb-Lo-the effect that I seek exchagt contections
.with those of your readers who might be collectors, too, keeping
'in mind that I am an advanced collector and seek permanent
friendships among intermediate or advanced collectors, only-no
beginners. I can use large quantities of Panama and other stamps,
for my exchanges with other countries, and wiJl gladly recipro-
cate with stamps of Cuba. and other countries-all on a friendly
basis. no "gandios" wanted.. .additionally. I should be haipy to
swap first class Havana cigars with those of your readers wh9
Viay have large quantities of stamps and who are not collectors
..naturally. I will be glad to answer all mail.
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ST. LOUIS A third
War may flare out of tl
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last August, Brown lealNd
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high French Cabinet melaMr
anad laid it on (be line. TBhe
Russians were willing to eas
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the fabulously costly war in
Indochina If the French would
join with them in a counter-
offensive against Germany.
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many. The Com ,b b
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from Germany 9 prevpt me
Ruhr industries irotairetooling
for defense production. This re-
tooling would take but a year.
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center piece out of our- *ntir.
European policy. And we'll
well on our way to that
point if the present pro- A rl-
can French Pttmier falls. -
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Dept. offica6 as has .the
data year after year.
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the home and the industrial
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after day, Moey reiterated
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try is good for. the AFL, and
the AFL would so guide itself.I
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formation cornta froap ltd roving
representatives (who have been
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Cooper exactly 24 hours after. above mantle o
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Nois Bqrln. Det hment,
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lin's top labor and literary dr- with re1o
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lca's freedom. He told them how lite b
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of hi 197 days In erlin wha ..
he had been sbeked by the
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a11y cuervaUtve newspaper, WA$
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on the front page Cooper's field
Pitur talking to German l
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had walked the movie star
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rown traanslting, 0ary Cooper But,
take to Pro-Co Ustwomt rk-aload
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allergic to orange tulce of the News
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a ne-, scier titic process where- LAS GARDEN
ty the allrgy-producing and 9:30-London Studio Concerts'
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SScou N ew s 7:30-.eport from" U..
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Aecdmp'ete 16-hour training 9:00--Your Hit Parade
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Jersey 17 Teuton nickname 42 Auction
20 Make happy 19 Saltpeter 23 War god of 43 Talon
21 Serbia's 23 Proportion Greece 44 Cereal grain
capital 24 Worthless 31 Got away 46 Individuals
22 Does wrong 25 Jewish month 33 Beneath 47 Comfort
24 Enchanted 26 Donkeys 38 Ebb 48 Let it stand
26 First man 27 Stops blood 40 Weather 50 Unit of wire
27 Health resort flow on the home meesurement
30 Worships
32 More tense .1 "
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36 Wile
37 Large fish .
39 Union fees
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'S.S. "SANTO- CIRRO"............................Oet. 2
S.S. "HIBUERAS" .................................Oct. 9
q.8. "BYFJORD" ...............................Oct. 11
'S.S. "YAQ "T .................................Oct. 16
S.S. "MATAURA"...................................Oct. 25


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S.S. "LIMON". -.............................IOct. I
S.S. "PARISMINA"................................. It. 20 l
S.S. "C. G. THULIN".........2.......;;........Odt. 25

Weekly sailing, of twelve passenr ships to New Tork, New
Orleans. Loo Angeles. Ban Franeisco tasttle.

Special ruund trip fare from Cristo Jfew York.
Los Angeles. San Francisco an* Ifte.
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PRICES COMING DOWN on all our stock.
SHOP NOW AND SAVE!


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102 Central Avenue, Panama


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Not even our o6 is sacred to fflo... It's a fact
that it food costs for the too go up Efflo goes
out to cheek on the animals' appetites, presu-
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and later at he University bf Panama from which
he graduated after apeelIlisng in commerce. And
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record of the cost of every serving which any guest cona*me 'at 2
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what each portion cost wus, what each recipe costs, how much food-
stuffs and beverages are used from day to day sa we can charge
fairly r food and service. Efflo'a cards, requlitio checks and
reports mlke this possible. Beside his daly reports, a 1 n6thly reea-
r ulatlon to submitted to the manager and accountant.
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices
No. 12,179 Central Ave.

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MORRISON'S
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


-FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
SALE:--Dningroom suite ma- FOR SALE:-1942 Ford Tudor, ex-
ny Ration. Excellent condition. cellent motor. Phone Balboa 2-
one year old. [tjffet table four 3305.
cushionon chairs. Will sacrifice, quick FOR SALE: Lincoln Continental
sale. Phone 3-4896. Convertible black, custom body.
0f SALE -Chinese Mandarin Rug top souped engine. Palmer Novy
ay be seen 3231. Empire St, Bal- 3590.
.oa $350 00. FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury low
S SALE: Six iece livingroom mileage, extras $1.295 00. Also
suite, $200.00. Boy's 26 inch storkline, baby buggy, $20.00
bicycle, $20 00. 2171-B, Curun- Cristobal 3-1339.
du. FOR SALE:-Because of trip: 1951
taO SALE. Brand new 25 cycle Super Sedan, Dynaflow, with radio
Leonard refrigerator, can be fi- and white-wall tires Ivery reason-
ranced. Holman S. A. Via Espaha able price). Phone Panama: 3-
SNo. 1. Tel. 3-0383. 4929. 2-2831. 2-1133.
`4t SALE: 9 tube radio. Phaico FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet, priced
# tcblea model. "Q" St. No. 7, room for 'quick sale. Four-door, Power-
.* ]1. glide. 13,500 miles. For particulars
! E"- r- see Mr. Limnio, c/o Colpon Motors
SSALE: Wardrobe trunk, baby on Auto Row. Phone 2-1033,
icorrioe. 3 venetian blinds 53 x please leave message.
60. PTone 2-4293. Diablo 5572-
i: A. After five o'clock. FOR SALE-1941 Packard conver-
SSALE-Complete Double Beds tble. Good tires. Good top. New
S SALE:-Complete Double Beds motor. Phone Anon 366.
*' $48.00: Chairs $2.50. guaranteed. -mo PnA n36
*' 4 burner gas stoves $69.00. Tables FOR SALE:-'49 Lincoln Cosmpol.-
t from $3.50. Dressers $8 00, Word- tan convertible, customized, duty
-robes $48.00. Metal Tables $14.- paid. 121-A Sibert Ave. Gamboa
4* 00. Chna Closets $15 00. Vanities 6-107.
.with Stool $39.00, Cribs (com- "ANTED
plele) $39.00. Many other bar- WANTED
gains in New and Used Furniture.
HX-Household Exchange. 41 Au- MiMCelaBneous
tomobile Row (National Ave.) We
Del.ver at First Small Down Pay. WE WILL LEND YOU MONEY, using
ment. No Interest Charges. Tel your car as guaranty. For details
S'3-4911. call at our office. Central Avenue
I -- No. 1.
4WQR SALE.-Frigidoire refrigerator,
"17 cu. ft. 25 cycle, $50.00. Can WANTED:-Row boot or runaboot
4 be seen 1549, Apt. 1, Govilon Rd Also motor, any size, Abernathy
4 Bolboa No. 9, Peru Avenue.
WR SALE- Admiral Duel-temp WANTED-Used Power lawn mower.
I refrigerator, 11.2 cu. ft. new. Box 52, Curundu, C. Z.
i$375.00. gas stove $50.00 mahog- Diplomat seeks furnished 3 bedroom
tany banquet table $60.00, kitchen house. Telephone 3-0388 Panama
Si.cabinet base $25.00, lamps-chairs-
er-lawn mower, plants, etc SPORTS
.1949 Pontiac 8 Cv. hydramatic ______
;1945 Jeep. 687 Cururdu Hgts. BOATS. motor and fishing tackles,
IW"SALE-.25 cycle porcelain West- bought sold exchange and repairs.
ftihmouse refrigerator. $90.00 Tennis rockets restrung. Aberne-
T- ffp.tnh.1- CIS tI. N- b9 Poru Avenu.


I u mah ogany co.ee ta e,
Phone Balboa 4241.


SALE:-Boby buggy, $15. Large
ploy-pen, $10. Bathinette. $5.00
oar-bed, $2.00. Folding safety
'teo, t2.00. Phone Panama 3-
940. Colic "C" No. 55, El Can-


SAL: "-- Toqster 200, Record
wy.er. i ).@ a4 ic ritqgr $12.
Dresser $1 .50. Spi'P ryer
washing machine. 60 cycle $40.00
4 Westinghouse refrigerator 25 Cycle
* 75.00, porcelain kitchen table
tIh 2 chairs. $15.00, buffet, 8
hairs, 1 dining table, 1 three
f table $6~.90. '42 Plymouth
i Tole ne ,W4205,
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'I.FOR SALE
S Real Estate
MRt SALE:-TiUrnished house in San-
Stoa Clara with 898 meters square
-lond." Corner. lot in Cerra Campana
i e.i.no hectare. Call 3-2949, 12 noon


Registration
LSU Classes
oen Till Monday
?A ti the usual procedure,
zeglstrAtors for thle Fail'
_, mietere of the Louisiana State
. 5lversity Caribbean Rducation
E P ram 'n the Parnama Area
sJ a star.. Monday.
formalml registration which
been yoing on sincee last
indav at Installations of the
Jm yand Air Force on the Pa-
cai side ,' the Isthmus. end
tday at tne U. Army Hs-
itial- trart ~Jns..*n


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FOR SALE"
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:-$400. 1951. 500 c c.
A J.S. (British) motorbike. In ex-
cellent condition. Not many lles.
80 MA Has bu dy se
tires. Exfo, upsweip, exF',- ipe
and megaphone, also s e spore
parts. Car be'seen at Qtrs. 550
Curundu Hgts. or call 2112.

Henry Ford II

Makes Debut

As UN Delegate
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Oct.
2 (UP) Henry" Ford, II told
the United Nations todyv that
"No country can got it alone-
in economic ; any more than in
politics."
Making hil diplomatic debut
as a representative of the Unit-
ed States, the autom.'bile' ty-
coon told tfic Genenal Assemb-
ly's Econon.mc Committee that
the American government will
"put up evtiy cent of Its share
of this year', contributions" for
the world organization's ex-
panded program of technical
assistance to underveloped
areas.
"The rat' at which our con-
tributlon will actually be made
available depends of course, on
the rate of payments by other
countries th.? total amount
pledged. 60 cents for every 40
cents contributed bv the other
ps ticipating countries.'-


-,l, r -w, aU,-7n. The tentative technical as-
Su stance bucg.et for the coming
Hoonv Returns year is set at $23.500.000. With
I 'the U.E. p'cdged to contribute
MADISON. Wis.. Oct. 2 (UP) 60 per cent of the total pledged,
College students Phillip Stafl-otf the bud.el is meL, Washing-
u'and James Cady won't mind1 t0's sharL would amount tc
a bit if the thief who stole',$1.l00,000.
etr wallets recently makes a'
Olt of it. 'ord. who ioir.'d the U. 8
yesterday the youths got a delegation for the first time this
Switch $40 enclosed $!0 year. was .P:lowed with interest
than ws stolen and n by the Soviet deleoniion and re-
inaitory note. prsentatcves of o'l.r countries
he extra $5 In each case Is to whom in family name has
that you can buy new wal- been an inIustrial by-word for
a, the note said. thtee generations.


Agincia Ipternacional de Publicacimo s
No. 3 l tery Plaza Phone 28-199


MISCELLANEOUS'

Wdte A ella AeemeyAms Sem
2031 Ame. C. Z.


DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" street. Comer
telephone 2-3479. Panama.
REPAIR, refinish Rattan. Bamboo
furniture, guarantee work. Special
price. Front of Balboa Beer Garden.
'Jimmy."


FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-.-AKC registered Cocker
Pups for sale. One mole, one fe-
male, 3 month *ka Phone Albrook
4123.
Sealed bids will be received by Lieut.
Vance at the Curundu Housing
Office. Bldg. 821. until 1 :00 P. M.
Oct. 8th, 1953, for various lofts of
display, restaurant, and beauty
shop equipment; bottle cooled' and
unit, show case, waving ma"ine,
malt mixers, bowling bolls etc.
Items may be seen at Housing Of-
fice, Curundu, between 7:00 A.
M. and 4 00 P. M. Monday thru'
Friday. The Curundu Restaurant
Council reserves the right to refuse
any and all bids.
FOR SALE:-Boxer Puppies male and
Female A.K.C. Kennel Registered
Fawn. Phone 84-6193, Quarters
620-A.
STORE FIXTIRES:-Sealed bids will
be received up to October 3, 1953
for the following fixtures located
in the TIVOLI AVENUE BRANCH
of the PANAMA KODAK CO.
5 large wall display cabinets, stain-
less steel frame with sliding plate
glass panels. I "U" shaped center
island display counter. Successful
bidder must remove fixtures from
premises rc later than October .10.
1953. Proposals should be mailed
to Sander v Cia.. Panama 3065.

Oct. 10 Deadline

For Military hdes

In Panama Art Show


All military personell who
wish to entcr paintings in the
Republic oe Pandma's art ex-'
hibit mudt urn them ht it thi
USO-JWB center in Balboa byP
Oct 10, Special Services, U. S.
Army Caribbean has announc-
ed.
The exhibit, scheduled for
Ncv. 1-10 will be held in the
Planama National Gallery of
Arts. The ahow is being held in
connection with the Republic's
50th anniversary. It also falls
during National Art Week.
Prizes amounting to $900 will.
be awarded the three best
artists. First prize is $500, sec-,
ond $250 and third ti 1r.


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RESORTS
Houses on beach, Santa Clara. Also
In COOL Campona mountains.
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 1389
or see caretaker there.
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Foster's Cottages. Onre ile putr
Santa Clara. Please bri
linens. Phone Balboa 2-186.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages. Lrge, comfortable, modern, I
Near beachBalboa 3050 except
weekends.


GramUch bnf Ctru Oeadchft-
tages. Elect ge e o es,
moderate totes. Telpho 6-441
Gamboa; 4-567. Pedro Miguel.
PhUlip Ocenside uottag e, Santo
Ctlor, it.435 lboa. Phone
Panoam'a^7, 5 Crleoal 3- W3.

RENT

OR RENT NT
chalet, Il mald
Room, qnd JrageL Phone 3-1713,
. from 8 & m.--f 4.... -".'
OR RENT:-Modern 4-bedroom res-
idence with all conveniences in
good residential area. Hot and cold
running water. For particulars
phone 3-5177. or apply at 2034
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furnished a--firtmerfjlwO two
bedroom, hq'.-l Tel-
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FOR RENT:-;a o l om apaprt.j
ments in a modern house located
in Via Argentina, El Congrelo, Tel.
3-3164. ...
FOR RENT: Furnished apart t p ,
reasonable rent. 7036, 4th. Be-
tween Central-Melendez Avenues,
Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
American couple, 36th East Street,
No. 67-B, apartment o. 2. Con be
seen from 3 to 8 p. m.

FOR RENT
S Rooms
FOR KENT:- o4 withX parotq rnj
trance @and bHlroom, IIn -rerhtlf
constructed home. Telephone 3-
5821.
FOR RENT:---Furnshqp room with
kitchen prille. 4rd St. No. 43,
apartment C. t


FOR RENT: Attractive furnished
cool room in new building. Meals
available. plt 1~9o 2-.693.


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FOR RENT: miherom, at-
tractive. 4th of July Avenue No.
21. Apt. 3, facing Hotel Roosevelt.
FOR RENT: Fumiphed room for I
gentleman 6r p colel. PereJil 1st
St. No. 14 Apt. 12: Tel. 3-0397.


Some of the better paintings FOR ENT
wil be exi-liblted In other La- t I
tin American countries after M0Uudiheous
the local showing. First stop on 0
the scheduLi tour will De Cubp. FOR RENT:-Worehuse or
8se and Iredium of entries Is warehouse. ~ C, seen 1, t.
optional. No. 10 9f tembhqine 2-297,'

Dallas Stands Angry, US Will Honor

Armed Wach Agains Cosimi Pulaski/
SThe nMelory of Count Casimir
a e Pulaski, famous revolutionary
was hem who joined the n-
DALLAS Te Oc ( tin-ntal Armny to help the Aer-
DALLAS, Te., Oct 2 (UP) n na in It. strgl
A virtual s t a t e of emergency, freedom, will be honore San--
prev d here today as eve day, October 11 by the pepl
avala le policeman and arme f the Vftd Statl, uMe od,
angry citizens stood watch a- to a proci nation issued ? .
against a rapist-murderer who tP .ident osenhower.!
sult the throat of a 29;year-old Psldent enhower.
mother. The flag of the United Stael
It was believed the maniac wiih be dillet layed on all Govn-
who ravished and killed Mrs ment tlla and the day wil
Harold C. P a r k e r Wednesday be celebr h appropriate
night may be the same nude Ne- commemo vp remonies. ;|
gro prowler who has terrorized
the city for weeks by accosting Count Pulaski, who ranks with
at least a score of women and Laiayette- .-nopof the bes
rapinr one three times, known of'.bit here ot
thl- revonta tj t the Co-
More than 400 persons report- tinental to I othe
ed prowlers to au'.horitles. ralHk of .1 He
All police vacations, leaves and died from
days off were cancelled and the wo.'nds ri of I
full force ordered to duty, with Savannah.L, -


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patrol duty.


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'PIVA' I UOMAB 0. ALEX-
ANDE, aaB of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Aliamnder of La Boca,
hu be6a a0ulgned to 140th
Field Artillery of the 3/th In-
fantry Dlvdion, Camp Polk,
La. He eatered the Army a a
volunteer ladt June and re-
ceived hJI basic training with
the a37th ufantry "BudWkeye"
Division. A former scout of
troop A-2-I, La Boca, Private
Alexander rma born on the
Isthmus and attended school
In the Canal Zone and in
Panama.


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the flhladhig touches on one oft he miniature locomotiVe = a
makes for the American l 4comotive Company. He wf k W Pit
company accounting department and during his lunch bar
the railroad yarid making sketches of engine parts. Tbhe anst l
the< when company officials law his authentic-looking engiiM&, l
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>KETAIL PARTY COMPLIMENTS event will be held at the*
CORNWELL AND VISITING OFFICERS House in Gatun, Thursday, -
tober 22. The fish fry will .
Commander and Mrs. Thomas R. Perry entertained at at 5:00 p.m. and there PURANKIN,.I t..-CU.pT
quarters on the Coco Solo Naval Station, last evening, to booths with ideal gifts r-tPUge haltedd pI aat,
r w. Rear-Admiral D. S. Cornwell and the members of his Christmas. as well as hre t6ay W Ojffieta la
nwho were visiting the Iscnmus. made food will be on Balp-A to unra e legal ed tap&
The other honorees we Mrs. William Caton, Mrs. Ru- fish pond will entertain that pithim there by .
Capt. Charles Fielder, Corn. R .il Mann, Mrs. Maurice Towne, young fry.' h e one ofatt ted
4Sm. H. C. Lloyd, Lt. N. W bert Ellis, Mrs. Joe Roberts. Churh of Our Saviour murder and on-
Greenstein, Lt. T. E. Ulmer rs. ArthurCrandallMrs. JamesrPlans uverT ea tene tolive ears In prison
ind Lt J. L. Kauth. v i engle, Mrs. Robert Goughn.ne The annual silver tea ah ollwng a tavern 'brawl in
.nvited to meet the visitors Rex Edmond, and Mr. Tooney s given by the Women's Ai- which another man wa stabbed
Were: Mrs. N. M. Head, Capt. Poole. lary of the Church of OuM- Dobbins has served .fve.*m m~4t
and Mrs. W. A. Thorn, Coui. nh r.Iour.,,I will be held from 4: of $he sentence. .
..-M. V. W. Adler, Comr. Sgt.and M6r..'ren h, .I. :00 p.m., Saturday, Octobe~j,
Mrs. Holdor Hudgins, Mrs.. Antnonce B.irh o First Child at the home of Mrs. William : The grand fury actiavy .*e-
L. Maccubbin, Lt. Command- Sergeant and Mrs. M. Adams at her home in Brago turned i "no true bill' In hit
*and Mrs. Under, Lt. Comn. Greenough, of Coco Solito, an- Heights. case, nmeann the Jury itI
n ,der and Mrs. Howard E. nounce the birth of a daugh- All friends of the Church are ente encet *
e,1 eler, Lt. Commander and ter at tne Coco Solo HospitAl cordially invited, trjal. But Circuit .
l.dridge Hord, Lt. Corn- on Monday, September 28. The' Sm.ih, orn" M'Mtor
der and Mrs. P. D. Fitz-, baby has been named Sadie anddefe attora
d, Lt. Commander and Mrs. Ann. took the jry rep ort d
ntosh TIrwin, Lt. Command- Sergeant Greenough is form- II ill" or Indc Db
RR. Phillipson and Lt. Com- early of TauDton, .Mass. He is waived. l r-l adw "a
der C. E. Juth. with the 534 Fire Fighters at Oa r. .
allowing the cocktail party Fort Clayton, stationed at Fort the Fafe .dnod,. a_
group dined at the Coco Amador. Wao areaiU4
Officers Club. es Iin ar n a.p, p h -
Gatun Auxiliary Plans Ix
,Annual Basaar ,and tflc1(P. d
Zubko Complimented The regular meeting of the ATLANTAOct;2(up)-lJoan
Luncheon atun Union Church (Fat)Hady a beefy bol State prison warden lames
a John Zubko, New York, was held yesterday at the ger who received fe sentence Edwards said he could not free

is visiting her brother and Church, with Mrs. William A. for brewing a moonshine that Dbbl until he receives an of-
. -in-law. Captain and Mrs. Van Siclen presiding, killed 38 persons, has escaped fial court older. JAe Smith
7. McLean, was honored with Devotions were read by Mrs. from a Georgia prison canp I sand Bodates s oldthe ght he
S icheon given br. Mrs. tal- Fred Newhard for Mrs. J. D. sought throughout the state, it Parole Board should give himo
Xidd and Mrs. Lesleigh Da- Tate. was disclosed today, pardon.


mu. now,. m. e la imC Uar
secretary Charles CroMIs can the
board pardon a man -who never
should have been in. prIMa In
the first I"q,?'.

Hitch-Hiking
Rooster Gets.
Good Home
HATTIUBURG, MiWs., Oct. 2
(UP) Arthur 1e. said today
be is. keepil for a' t wind-,
blown rooster that f-hked
4o miles r n t Ga.,
on the spare -ire of


at the Kidd residence In,
tobal, Wednesday. Morning coffee was served
preceding the meeting by Mrs.
ms Have Birthday Party C. V. Scheldegg, Mrs. William
Ir. and Mrs. Allen Swice- A. Van Siclen, Mrs. Merrill
d. of New Cristobal, enter-I Webster and Mrs. C. B. Douglas,
led. with a birthday party! During the business meeting
he Margarita Gym, to hon- the final plans for the annual
their twin daughters, Janet Bazaar were made. The annual
Jeanette on their four-
ith birthday anniversary.
ames and dancing were en- r I U
6' by Misses Terry Louis, !m' s nH- M
a Facer, Patty Maedl, Gall A
Person, Dianne Geddes,
y Morland, Bernadette Lees, h s
ly Cheek, Dorothy Hauser, A M U
byn Sanders, Sandra Motta, P i "
t -l-eene, and Mears: .&
ifaarits, Briari CoxBar COLUMBUS, Ga., Oqt. 2., (UP).
t6-ison, Dea Hause, Rob- -An Air Force Mitchell crsftld
tmilton, Sapi Newhard, I na fog on the forested pmnacle.
uleman, /eff Salugh- of historic Pine Moitaint last
Limkem ann, Jon Mc- night, killing five.af a six" : 4
"Billy Rankin, Ted Herr- board, Lawson. Atr oree a4Me
y' and Craig Swicegood. reported.
i's. Thelma Louis and Mr. Base officials ,sMd the 'lone
W hauser assisted Mr. and survivor was a lloWr *T ad
'8 o.. ..hitchhiked, a ride in the tirn
.flight. to AiQrew field, -'ld
kt .nliek Ladies trm Eglin Flild, F, He '
'Mrning Coffee hospitalized wit a poal.b. Alp
monthly morning coffee fractu.. a .d
SFort Gulick N.C.O. Wives Two .rf.R.C,
llwas held at the N. C. 0. crash cl -
b'with Mrs. Richard Apel their mou nauLsPee .4
ert Blankenship. and Mrs. found the sailor shout for
ik Bartlett as hostesses. help as he lay in the midst of
msets for the occ siot were' scattered wreckage and mutilat-
..- John Doyle. Mrs. FranK ed bodies.
a, Mrs. Glenn Rqberts, Mrs. They said they found aseco
d Screws Mrs. Tho ,,. man alive but base'offinlal js,
he die4 before o seC.coul4 bei wo
nMedical attention.
t bes attending were: n ,d .,..
I vln Smi.th, Mrs,. E- The plane crashd about 09:
dVal-or. Mrs. Edward Mann' p.m,, in a hehey overcat on
Dminic Platt. Mrs. jQ: powdell's KnobW site of a propo
C.oe, Mrs. Merle Mounts, e d $40,0000000. hail of B tory tO
Sa^ie.~rnl flp 1A 0,1yw mark a sceo ,poqit freauented


I Tim axcley, one of thefarm-
ers, said the bodies of 'the, dead,
most of them torn by the colli-
sion, were flung about among
the Rine trees, and bits of the
plane were hurled over a wide
area.

Middle Dawson
Enters Kings' oint
Cadet Midshipman H6rbert
Charles Dawson, son of Mrs.
Charles William Dawson of Dia-
blo Heights, Canal Zone, was a-
mong the group of men who re-
cently reported to the United
States Merchant Marine Acade-
my, Kings Point, N.Y.. to begin
his last two years of study. He
has'just completed his Third
Class (Sophomore) year of train-
MgR aboard vessels of the Amerl-
can Merchant Marine. Prior, to,
this sea duty, he spent a year at
the Academy obtaining basic in-
struction.
Upon his graduation In !Au.
gust 1955, Dawson will receive
concurrent commissions -s En
aigl United States Naval Re-
serve and Ensign. United States
MaAltini Service, a Bachelor of
Science Degree and a license as
Third Assistant Engineer.


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c.-eourse; you want to look
ctMve for your dinner date,
It. And it is now consdered
S-all right to take a quick
In your coDnact mirrir at
end of a r eurant, meal.
if you must touch up your
-dont spread your lipstick
rubbing your lips together.'
don't for heaven's sake,
,w )hp out your comb "in
fe b~A no to work on your
6do. There's a powder room
S kind of fxng up.
reM you eare'to dine in the


SFOR SALE
S, 1950 Pontiae "Catalina"
Super Deluxe, Leather
SUpholstery, Radio. .1,400.00

McMILLAN & EACAN
Atlantle Side Uind Car OHadquarters
COLON


The 290-pound Hardy was seen
fleetingly by Atlanta police last
night, the State Department of
'Corrections reported, and the
hunt was. concentrated in this
area.
His wife lives here and It was'
among Atlanta's Negro popula-
tion that Hardy't lethal woodral-'
cohol brew was marketed in the.
fall of 1951.-
Har y. 44. was a trusty watch-,
Ing oVer pile driving eq ent
near McRae le r al aty
When he "watled off" Tuesday
Iht Corrections Direto Rob-
eit Warren *ald.
He had been' slepetea.. I, the
cab of a 'plet*ltver,. and.huls.
cape was not discovered until
'the prisoner work crew arrived
at the bridge site Wednesday
morning.
Xardy. who weighed' 360 when
he was first arrested, admitted
he mixed Wood alcohol and wa-
ter with. a btoomstick to make
his fatal moonshin.i But he said
he did not realize it would kill
anyone.
Two years later, _.ardy has
given a new name to the various
forms of tlUegap diftljlla aillts
once called mnooanine,-, white
lightning and moum~ain dew.,
'It Is now called "Fat Hardy"
in bootleg circles here.
A Juke box dirge about the
prison whisky deathh wa- sopu-
1hu for a while in theAtlanta




3,700Auo DeaNb


in traffic aclid Ii Augustk
more than* in a4. other month
this year;,-
But the counnUl aid the figure
was a2 S' poent drop' frm thE.
toll of Aut last *year, which
Auguu.'. fM$, arhked the
fourth snec tivj~itvth this
year In Vilch traffic deaths :ei-
thler hav declftied..r shown no
change fom te corspondng
mont'hirf-.KT
The c cil aid thls record
during ette umer months was.
good, d'.view of. their. 'fact that
vacatlo*-trav4Xadd_.to the haz-
ard on e IglWa.
A totxl of Wi6"porting cities
still ha, pertfe4afety records
for elg% m I~In 1953, of
which t;e .la 'e Mt. Ver-
non, N.., N.C., and


Lee. said U truck i"ed in
here with_ load of 1t1ek-
e and We acrA und
siattng on a spre tr the
vel cle.e .aif. the ddO, Al-
viA' Hancock of Bitrl g am,
wax sure the bird boarded at
Cuming where he had driven
through a flock of fowls.,

Requiem Mass
To Be Sung
For War Veteran
A requiem nt.ad. will 'be m au
tomorrow mdrnII at MS. Paul
Church. Panamna Olt, at 7:00
a.m. by the Ven Archdeaom L.
B. ShVrley, for time repose of the
soul ogi thev late pmivt "
aenlazit&-l-A'. W ,'-6
killed on the btt In Kao-
rea and whose re were
buried at the Coroal Cemetery
two weeks a, ita.l mltam
honors.


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AL-Ittt wause prawif dreain
bie bonanza for the makers a
-- and .ashight bulbs.
S' v er has any movie-
iAfo I B's performed so gralously f<
oit a"S Bds E than
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aIM LA S of t Cl mul a fid .sped o of the
tey arofertag t S the "trike Rich" benefit being taed tt Army-
Navy Club for the Asi kr de Ia Infancla (Haom m all hrdrn) ot Panamia
City. Many games of be offered with 12 bMing prOli donated by Pnamt Iner-
cants. well as 12 re and 14 door pr Left to right are Ms. MarlanDe-
foy, chairman of the means committee. Mrs. J J. 'ockwood, president of the Ft.
Amador Officers WI M. DoM w Otbbs, secret t r. ttes Taor, chair-
man of the bingo game. ', Is o no" admidon care for trike It Rich'


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e Clubh"oe. Division.are
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nawami winv n bt


were bought by the Commissary
Division.
jn ong the nicellneous teams
In lat years purchase st the
most Importanat were marenae
and ifnlm reatasl. ore than
$140,000 worth of m.Amlnes
wbe-handled by'the Clubhouse
Division and the division pld
oUt almost 110,90 m n'litmrem-
tb During tle ier. te.
4=0t of lo100 Whaime
'0ut. recdr t ,a re'-
;t pimar" l f tbeOp-
idnlaltatrat nd pnire
In the Republic of P]ma. .
The Canal has long followed
thpracce of.lbl In the
lonanmarkets When a le. de
live, and -ie. me. equre-
"otinuwng efforts are made
to increased a
cula*s freshnir Mand ge
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For 3Z ApglkMu
A total 302 Spplistns have
been received for the US. CivU
Se vice examination for typists
nd stenographers to be hold
.30 a.m. tomorrow In the Canal
Zone Junior College Building in
Balboa.
An Insufficient number of ap-
plications was received from the
Atlantic side and no examina-
Lion has boen scheduled for Cris-
t6bal.
Atlantic side applicants desir-
I, g to tae the examination will
report to Balboa at the hour for
which the examination has been
scheduled.
Lodge 14, American Federation
of Government Employes, has of-
fered to furnish transportation
for partcipts in the exatOalj.
tton from the railroad station in
Balboa to. the Junior Collepg
B.Alding.
The Boy Scouts of America
have volunteered to assist in dl-
recting traffic around the school
area and to serve as assistant
procibts and mesqnger ,during
the course of the examination.
The positions to be filled as a
result of the examinattoif are
primarily typist knd stenogrp-
pher in grade 08-2.
However, appointments to
stenographer potions in grades
08-3 and O-4 may also be
made from the eligible lists esta-
blished as a result of the ex-
amination.
. All appointments will be to
qitione in the Canal Zone ly.






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Jln.e ero noer brain n phyoal
disooverr which restore youthful-


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A former movie star's attempt firmly clamped fO
to become a nun apparently has 3&ihbel
ended... but not & failure. to where hi m
June Haver left a Kansas con- maneuvered his leg
vent for HollyUood on Tuesday. shot the animal.
SS'.e told newsmen she would re- 7
turn as soon as her health tm- ust physially am not aM w
Med. Vt.,
S--I e ,t.Miss Haver added: "I did g*
But today. Miss HAver sald: fall you never fail wlhMrw
"It's doubtful I will go back I try your best." rM
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Great Game,




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Upsetter In 'C' Feature


* Abraham Malca's speedy Irish horse Great Game
i again is the choice of the majority of local "tipsters"
t to 'iin a Juan Franco feature race when he goes
against a tough Class "C" field in a seven-furlong'
dash for a purse of $600 tomorrow afternoon.
Alfredo Vasquez will once more, chance Is Don Antonio Anguizo-
try to get the black son of Big la's once promising mare Hartley
.,Game-Chantage back into the Lass which will be ridden by
"'win column. 'Iwo weeks ago My hustling Cuban rider Rolando
Dear came from behind to nip Lope 011.
Great Game at toe wire. Last Pin Pon (Orlando Castillo),
Week Great Game ran into tough with some good recent races
luck as he was blocked at the under his belt, and Porter's Star,
start by newcomer Hyper Guard which has also shown considera-
'then closed an immense gap to ble improvement .lately, will be
-Tilnish a creditable second to the outsiders with definite possibi-
' .lying Arkansas which won the lities of emerging victorious.
'ce. from post-to-post. Scotch Chum will be longest
"-' This time Great Game's two outsider in the race but only
most dangerous rivals are Boojl because has been 'assigned a
'*nd the vastly improved Rathlin weak jockey, A. Mena Rios, for
fLight which will be ridden re- this occasion.
*pectively by outstanding saddle Ten other interesting races
irtihts Blas Aguirre and Jose are Included on the program.
ltavo. Booji, a former Class "A" One of these the nightcap -
Atar, is way down below his usual should be a real thriller. Speedy
class. Rathlin Light has been native star La Enea, thus far
Moved up one bracket following unbeaten Riqui and Don Temi
an impressive victory last week will tangle for the first time.
against t the immediately inferior Golden Fan and the Moon God-
tiroup. dess-Biscaya entry will help
Another racer given a good make the event even better.


by[

JOE WILLIAMS

Putting one little word after another and whatever became
of the five cent World Series? There were no inflated dollars or
Quills in '21 when the first all-New York classic was stagdi. The
Giants took the Yankees in that one and repeated in internecine
combat, though the jitney has changed to tokens, mounting In
cost. As per custom, I east my vote for the Yankees and pledge
not to switch in midstream as I did last fall, a manifestation of
congenial lunacy I try desperately to repress but with something'
less than complete'suceess. The Yankees make a habit of win-
ning these thiris, the Dodgers a habit of losing them. Mote real-
istically, I pick them on better pitching and a deeper bench, plus
the advantage of playing the first two in their own park, the
dimensions of which are discouraging to the oriental homer, Flat-
bush version. .


Human .-interest stuff, exclusive: Mickey Mantle was born a
boy. Gil Hodges never liked spinach without sand. To close friends
and'lbdge members, Charley Dressen is known simply as Chuck.
Oene Woodling' never' wore shoes until he was 18 months old. Yogi
Berra sleeps with his mouth open except on Sundays and holidays.
Billy Cox is weary denying he's Mr. Peepers. Pee Wee Reese has
never -appared before the McCarthy committee. Duke. Snider's
tan mail is often miasidected to Buckingham Palace. Eddie Lo-
vat's secret ambition fs to Jump off the top of the '1Emire State
building in white tie and tails. Casey Stengel speaks five differ-
ent languages, all of which he claims ate English. Hank Bauer
V* as .never Invited to speak at the Sorbonne. Roy Campanella is a
Sfrak. His bunions hurt when.it-rains and when. it doesn't.
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The'office conservative says he doesn't look for the Series to
.o:bg l.Ond seven games Mantle demonstrated his artistry as a
bbblie-gum blower on Joe DiMaggio's TV show Monday. Next
-o* 1 he's expected.to. read a comic book on Charles Laughton's
lterary hour. Incidentally DIMagglo draws $60,000 a year for his
btrlet tint,.So;thapt's where Marilyn gets her orchids. Mr. Dressen
m, "The Yankees don't scare yop any more." He's right. All
te dois beat you. Still, they just did make it last year. The
Dodgers carried 'em to the final game, first time that had hap-
i pened since '47 when another Brooklyn entry forced 'em to play
S tl full seven. The Yankees' last four-game sweep was against
the Phillies four Octobers ago.


William Woodward was-an indomitable Tory In business; poll-
tics and racingbut he was all. man and nobody had to guess where
the rugged baftker stood on any given issue. Racing will miss him
because ha wasa- genuine enthusiast and a generous patron whose
ce4 was nothingg but the.best." His death may mark the begin-
ndtig of-the end of. the Jockey Club, a sacrosanct oligarchy which
r weumes to .set the-moral and social tone of American racing,
Y to whose actual contributions to the general welfare of the
sport. beyond., keeping a sharp eye on the stud book, a clerk's job,
are illusory; if not nonexistent. Although some of the JC'ers are
exemplary gentlemen utterly free of. class consciousness, liberal
in Lurse Lnid thought, snobbery pervades for leadership has, been
given the brush because he was born on the wrong side of Ft.
g E Knox or his forebearsadid not travel first cabin on the Mayflower.

This was in Leo 's, and DisWy Dean, in for the Series, was
pounding off on his favorite subject, managers. "I like Casey Sten-
gel and if anybody was to set V new record by winning five pen-
anats In a row I'm glad it was him-but don't try to tell me that
makes him a genius. Anybody, can. win pennants. All he needs is
S pith d iing, I think managers is the most overrated and
overpaid things about baseball. It's like boss racing. A Nathan
F Diteaer (Nathan's what the man'said) has got to make any train-
or. look good." Aidr all this years we've been blaming Frank
Kearns- and Walter Kelley because Pounditout didn't win. You
live and learn, though some of us just live.
B B -
Note to 8. U., Long Beach, N. Y. Babe Zaharias' .best drive
won't come within 20 yards of any of the better pros. The 40,000
pIls paid attendance and $500,000 overall gross take for Marciano-
LaStarza. provided further evidence that it's good business to
bypass the TV-radio fees, and from now on home viewers will be
getting fewer and fewer big fights for free. Eventually, of course
there will be a coin-In-slot arrangement whereby the home view-
er pays his way, but until then, las sports menu is sure to be ra-
tioned. Noe to I. G., Arterne, N. J; Under the conditions you state
the batting streak would not be broken. When a hitter is walked,
he Is deprived of a chance to hit safety. What's happened to
Spartan Valor since young BillliHelis Impulsively fired Frank Cat-
rone, the trainer? Could Jimmy Stout tell us? From sports his-
torian Frank G. Menke: "You *ank Rizzuto next to Hans Wagner
S as A lortstop. 'Well. Wagner once told me the greatest of all
Ssh l :pswa& 1Hghey Jennings. Where does that leave Rizzuto
S -q you too? In a fog, as usual.


Juan Frant oGrded Entries
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P.P. Horse
1st Race "G"


1-Risita
2-Slrena
3-Opex
-4-Volador
5-Riomar
6-Lady Caren
7-Little Lulu
8-Regla
9-Domino
10-Kontikl


Joctea Wt.M. 6MIUENT
Native 64 'Genofree: i ITP.0
First Race of the Double


ODDS
Pool closes: 12:45


A. MeZta 114 -Will .be In fighting
A. VasqVes 112 -Rates'good chance
H. Rld1 102x--NQthlhg to Indicate
E. Orteg 100x-Needs better rider
Mena -R. 105x.-Could core at price
A. Yc4a 109x-Seeks second straight
P. Ordo. 108 -Rider handicap. .,
0. Catl. 116 Seems best on paper
J. Gono. 103x -Runs with moon
F. Hidal. 108 -Logo~ t posalblity


5-1
5-1
30-1
15-1
'5-1
15-1
15-1
even
,15-1


2nd Race "I" Imported 7. F8s.iue: $375.- Pol g.loaM: 1:15
Second Race of the Duble


1-Bartolo
2-In Time
3-True Blue
4-Gonzaga
5-Bendigo
6-S. Windsor
7-La Chata
8--Jepperin
9-Astoria
10--Goytto


rP. Rose 112 -Nothing receo'-.
J. Brato 112 -Usually -
0. Maine. 118 -Rates.t"chdei*
V. Casti. 114 .-Itnprotg slowly
A. YeSa 103x-Ready for 0e
A. Phil. 118 -Still bit "green"
0. Castl. 105 -Haa strongest finish
F. Hidal. 112 -Could score at price
E. Ortpga 101x-Nothing toar indicate
C. Kam11Ox-Poor recent races


10-1
10-1
10-1
20-1
36-1


3rd Race "H" Native 6M Fgs.P.aqe: .$5. Peel elooes: 1:45
ONE TWO /
1-L. Molly R. TeJada. 101x-Rates first chance 4-1
2-Escalerilla V. Rodri. 108X-_Longshm t .pdcalist 10-1
3-Romantico A. Vasquex 114 --4Seems.-bgt -1
4-Piropo F. Rose 111 -4Oa- race'lat out S-1
5-Con Valr a Cmru, 113 -Could sonre here 4-1

4th Race 'Non-Wlnnrs'-4 Fgs Purse: 1$5.8 Fol elemes: 3:0


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1-Don Rafael Q. an. 11 -.Speedy-neweomer. 10-1
3-Pedestal J. Gongo. 97x-Nothing to recolinend 0-i1
-Recodite J. 108 emout of place 30-1
4-Rely A. Gofzza. Mx-Not for raolng 30-1 /
5-Alomi .A*i.. evJn L" 'rr' "
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7-O. Wonder A. Vasqige 112 -Choleely'red'debutant' even o
8-La Chuta F. HIdt. 90 -Good early speed 15-1 -0---
9-Chmibr~io V. Rodri. 108zx-Nbt ready yet 30-1 N"h2YORIK .t. 2
While ho ..t
5th Race eI" Native .4 Fp.Purs: $275. 4* e l 1 L mr r
1-Diana A. Mena .110 -Early speed only 10-1 are on ho. Qualy
2-Vilarreal A. Ycara 105x-VaUual close-up g-i pitehft
3-Dixiana A. Enrique 110 -Will do better 5-1 Thi wuiepeaUily true,In thb
4-M. Matru B. Aguirre 11 r-On the way up 1-2 left-h'ed d fp 4t. which
5-(Miranda E. Silve. 118 -Rates third bat 3-1 work e t, jutthe. Yan-
&-(Don Grau 0. Casti. 116 -Will fight it out., .4-1 Iee.


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6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fg.PuNm: 14A.- Peel els;Ms:
Fkst Race 'ef the Double


1-Henry Lee
2-Pincel
3-Portobelo
4-..seandale
5-C. Brand
6-Legation
7-L. Martha


H. Ruls 10x-Should do bett&
0. Masue. 11i -F4s to oomvye
A. GOona. 11S-Ha" o "als"
F. HIdaL 108 -Rates fair chance ,
A. Mena 106 .-Mornig. gsof.y
V. Casti. 115 -Improving alowly
2. Dario 10B -Can hoere her


7th Race "F" Imported 1 MilePurse :- 5M00 Pool eleuM :'6:5d
Second Race of the Dople .
1-A. Maid R. L. Oil 12 -Distance handleape- -4-1
2-Jubilee Lady E. Orte: 106ir--Improving slowly 1-1
2-S. Domnat J. Gongo. L12x-Returns not. rea 30-1
4--Forzado A. Vasquez 109 -Could ) coresbhe 4-L
5-Vampliresa J. JiMne. 10kic-'RAlder onry t *" '.
6-Granero F. Rose 113 -Seesnu"sure, thl" tein

8th Race "6" Imported 8i r: $4.46 Piel lw: 1:4g
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1-Pla J. Phil. 105 -Fractloq in stretch :8-1
2-C. Green 0. Castl. 110 -Better e'ftt-nw-. 2-1
3-Paragon 0. Ban. I08,-'-Not ret.- to 20-1
4-Firenze A. Vasquez 115 -Early spe rdtowbre 2-1
5-Canajagu Corcho ll2x-Lonrh.p|= 1lty 3o0.
6-Carniela II J. Bravo 106 -H rd.t l '
7-Aprontes B. Aguirre 115 -Improv difowly 1

9th Race '"' Imported 1 Mile Purse: $mt., ..0l loesip: 5
ONE TWO .
1-Hurlecanso J. Cado. 112 -Distanog to- IkngI
2-Pincelasw A. Vasquez 110 -Was r j ter-1
3-Newbrldge J. Bravo 110 -Hard. jbetl 1rl
.4-Toletazo 0. Masue. 106 -In- a 4 dte '
5-Verticordia A. Mena 115 -Seeihfaeny- A ."
6-Apretador A. Phil. 118 -Dist eja uas -
7---risdk V. Casti. 110 --Back orm .*
8-R. Chum B. Aguirre 110 -The Fto beat
10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: W ,01olele0 3sI
1-H. Lass. R. L. 0il 112 -Round l ape 14
2--0. Game. A. Vasquez 115 -Shou d il tme
3-Booji B. Aguirre 118 -StllAt .. -" I90,
4-Pin Pon 0. Castle. 115 -Top im.Q.r 4-1
5-Porter'a.Star H. Rulz 102x -Good. races
61-R. Light J. Bravo 113 -Look *idminng I s-4-l
7-Scoteh Chum Mena R. 107x -Needs 'Joetey wIn-"
11th Race "A&B" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: Ieel eleMs: ti
1-La Enea B. Aguirre 118 -Gets rd here e
2-Rlqul O. Ma-ue. 106 -Unbe date :
3-Dof Temi G. Alfaro 122 -Will et pae *1-1
4-G. Pan A. Vasnuez 118 -Bur weight 1061
5-(Blscaya F. Hidal. 104 -Rat chance -1
6-(M. Goddess J. Bravo 113 -Will be o up -

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14 For Series 1
The Brooklyn Dodgers, behind great pitching of Carl Erskine, today won their fi, t
game of the 1953 World Series by edging the World Champion New York Yatskeis
3-2 at Ebbets Field.
Erskine set an all-time Series record by striking out 14 Yankees. This beo*tred'
'the previous mark of 13 set by Howard Ehmke of the Philadelphia Athletics in i -,9
The Yankees got only six hits off Erskine.
Losing pitcher Vic Raschi of the Yankees hurled good ball but timely hits "Iy
Jackie Rob'nson plus a tie-breaking homer by Roy Campanella in the eighth intratg
spelled his downfall.
The play by play: No runs, no hits, no errors, two of Martin's drive to deep "right
left. center.
FIRST INNING --
YANKEES: Gil McDougald, hit- No runs, one hit, no .errors,
ting against starting Dodger FIFTH INNING one left.
pitcher Carl Erskine, struck out. YANKEES: Martin singled to
Joe Collins struck out. Hank deep short. Rizzuto singled to DODGERS: Snider singled to
Bauer grounded out to short, second. Raschi sacrificed the right. Hodges walked. Campa-
No runs, no hits, no errors, runners to third and second, nella popped out to Raschi. Fu-
kone left. McDougald singled to third, a rillo struck out. Robinson singled
DODGERS: Junior Gilliam, hit- hard smash that Cox knocked to left to drive; in Snider. ox |
ting against Yankee starter Vic down but could make no play. struck out. T
Raschi, smashed a single off Martin scored on the hit,. Col- o-
Billy Martin's chest. Gilliam was lines struck out. Bauer grounded One run, two hits, no errpr,
cut down attempting to steal out to Gilliam. two left. "
second. Pee Wee Reese struck |
out. Duke Snider grounded out One run, three hits, no errors,
to short. two left. SEVENTH INNING
No runs, one hit, no errors,
none left. hit no ers DODGERS: Furillo flied out to YANKEES: Rizzuto bounced
nonei,. .. le.f. AW4 RamphU ffU.hW,^A


SECOND INNING
: YANKEES: Yogi Berra was
; walked and gained second on a
wild pitch that got away from
,-j Roy Campanella. Mickey Mantle
struck out:.Gene Woodling rolled
out, Gil Hodges-to Erskine, Berra
moving to third. Billy Martin
walked. Phil Rizzuto struck out.
No runs, no hits, no errors,
two left.
DODGERS: Hodges singled
through the hole between short
| and thIrd. Campanella struck
out. Carl Furillo hit into a
doubleplay.
S No runs, one hit, no errors,
none left.


THIRD INNING
YANKEES: Raschi struck out.
McDougald flied out to Robinson.
Collins struck out.
No runs, no hits, no errors,
njne left.
DODGERS: Jackie Robinson
skied to Bauer in right. Billy
Cox grounded out to McDougald
at third. Erskine was out in an
attempted bunt to third.
No runs, no hits, no errors,
none left.
FOURTH INNING
YANKEES: Bauer bounced out
to Reese at short. Berra was hit i
on the right elbow. Mantle struck
out. Woodling popped out to
short. I
No runs, no hits, no errors,,
one left.
DODGERS: Gilliam rolled outi
to Martin at second. Reese pop-I
ped out to McDougald. Sniderl
*Walked. Hodges walked. Cam-
panella forced Hodges at second,
Martin to Rizzuto.


Mantle. Robinson doubled against,
the right field screen. Raschi
committed a balk, Robinson
moving to third. Cox made a
perfect sacrifice. Robinson-scor-
ed standing up and Cox took
first base. Erskine dropped a
Texas Leaguer to left. Gtlliam
popped out to third.
One run, two hits, no errors,
two left.

SIXTH INNING
YANKEES: Berra singled to
right. Mantle struck out. Wood-
ling struck out. Furillo made a
sensational back-handed catch


i out to Reese. cascxii grguea,
i out to Reese. McDougald rolled
South to Cox.
No runs, n1 hits, no errors,
k none left.
DODGERS: Erskine liUned to
Martin. Gilliam skied to Mantle.
Reese singled to center. Snider
popped to Rizzuto behind' third.
No runs, one hit, no errors,
one left.

EIGHTH INNING
YANKEES: Collins struck out.
Bauer singled to center. Berral
was hit on the leg. Mantle struck
out. Woodling singled to center
to score Bauer, Berra moving to
third. Martin bounced out to
Gilliam.
One run, two hits, no errors
two left.
DODGERS: Hodges grounded
'out to Rizzuto. Campahelli
homered into the lower left
field seats. lFurillo rolled out to
McDougald. Robinson singled to
left. Cox popped to Martin.
One run, two hits, no errors,
one left.

NINTH INNING
YANKEES: Don Bollweg, Oinch-
hitting for Rizzuto, struck out.
Johnny Mize, pinchhittine for
Raschi. struck out. Irv Noren,
pinchhitting for McD o u g a l d,
walked. Collins bounced out
to Hodges, unassisted.
No runs, no hits, no errors,
*none left.


Out


CARL: ER IN


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'ChchI On

The Mound
NEW YOBK. Oet t (U7P) --
President Jose Antonio Ite-
men's old. baseball exploits
were aired this morning at his
press conference.
New York reporters were kn-
pressed withI thp story that
"Chichi." while playing with
the "Tocayos" team a number
of years ago, bad struck out
18 batter of a U.S. crauler
team.
gThe Ptti titii ed-the
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BILLY MARTIN DRIVES HOME THREE YANKEES-Yanks' Biliv Martin drives a pitch from Dodger pitchetr .I tT,*n .
Mantle and Woodling, with Martin ending up on thira base A ,, t'd of more than 70,000 people watched me
the 1953 World Series and saw the Yankees defeat the Dodgers ie to five. .. .

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'LAY BALL-Jimlor Gilliam. first Dodger to bat against Allie
iaynolds in the opening game of the 1953 World Series, lets
tbi st pitch go by for a ball. Catching is the Yankees' Yogi
Berra and the umpire is Bill Grieve.


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Follows rNY Y times ". ReLireme re
Crede.Haskins Calhoun. veter- through Mutiny on the Boun- er was toredoed and the crew ica. Panama, Colo .a VN
an Isthmlan newsman and for- ty, for news comes to the Isth- machine-gunned. zuela, Ecuador and thWest la-
mer chief of the Canal's Division mus, as well as travelers. There were rumors of wharf dies, and knows peraozKUy most
of Civil Affairs, has retired from Calhountualso conducted a sort rats at Barranquilla with unex- of the Presidents, cabinet min-
his post as bureau chief here for of correspondence school of plained money; and the Indian istera and, newspapermen of
The New York Times. journalism. taking entirely green fishermen of the GoMaira Penin- these countries.
His letter of retirement, ac- sub-correspondetns in the va- sula between Venezuela and Co- A well known Panlamnnian
cepted only a few weeks ago, rious countries and training lombia reported "enormous fish said "There is no other Aleri-
preceded. the announcement them as newspapermen. with men Inside" which came can who knows Panama so .well
that he will receive in New York Ted Scott, former editor of out of the water and mysterious- as Calhoun," and he knows the
today the Maria Moors Cabot 'The Panama American" and ly submerged. Seven ships were rest of his territory almost as
journalism award for contribu- Reuters man here, said to a new sunk within eight hours, well.
tions to "international friend- reporter: "Want to learn to be a Calhoun sent a. report based
ship in the Americas." real newspaperman? Borrow on stories in the Colombian The Panama government rec-
Calhoun with Mrs. Calhoun, Is Calhoun's file and study It." press and eyewitness informa- onized this by awardlf him
in New York City today to ac- Calhoun 'has helped many tion indicating that German e Ordef of Vasco eNfe do
cept the award administered by writers. He and Scott discovered subs might be provisioning in Balboa after his retirement ftom
Columbia University. and helped Rene Belbenolt, a the remote Inlets of Colombia. Panama Canal service several
Calhoun's retirement from the fugitive from Devil's Island, The Colombian Minister of War years ago.
New York Times comes at the French penal colony in Guiana, flatly denied the charge. Con ht en h
end of 28 years which he began and Calhoun made translations The American ambassador to Calhoun hates ensorshi
as a local "stringer' or part time of portions of his work and sent Colombia iotested the wound- holds with the Biblical te i
correspo-dent and ended as a them for him to magazines in ing of Colombian feelings. EV- hat the truth shall ake thee
full-time bureau chief in charge the States, que Santos, brother of the Prs- free and that. freedom to tell the
of, newsgathering throughout These were returned but were dent and owner of a powerful truth is one of the most impor-
Central America and northern later published In Belbenoit's newspaper in Bogota cabled ant weapons in the f t against
South America. book "Dry Guillotine" which Calhou for an apology. oppression and for democracy in
turned out'to be a beat seller. Caihoun repliedto Santos tat which the world Is engaged to-
He has made no formal an- Traveling 'writers, newspaper- the iftformation had come large- dayS
nounceient of his future men and statesmen have had ly from the Colombian press,
plans, but will continue to access to his 'files and to his credited in the cable, but If .
make his home in Panama. As- knowledge as hql Is one of the there was any misstatement or T -h
soelates understand that he best informed men on Latin inaccuracy ahd Santos would es
will stalbe in the news field on America in this part of the tablish it, the correction would
a part time and free lance world. be published with equal promin- Ju
basis. He has an extraordinary mem- ence. to that of the story. No Jnst0 p ontw t
Of Scottish Irish stock, Cal- ory and carries In, his head a correction was forthcoming.
houn was born in Liberty Mills, morgue of biographical and per- The Colombian Government
Indiana, of a family which had sonal information on the Impor- made a thorough investigation For uang. profane th
emigrated to Maryland in 1785. tant figures of nine countries. and the Minister of War visited presence of women and.e g
As a youngster playing on the He-is hopitabie. an excellent the Goajira by plane. Later the in Lacona a 28-year.old i
banks of the Eel River. a muddy host and with visiting colleagues story was confirmed by the For- enlisted man was fid od
tributary of the Wabash he swaps stories over the superb eign Minister in a speech to morning in the aboa Mag-
built a raft and sailed onMlog food prepared by- 'his Basque Congress. trate's Court. The
and dapgerdks voyages to the -cook who at one time served in Calhoun'' itr ad unbiaeMd Olfqrd MUler Caa E '0/L
lands he had dticovdred In books. the kitchen of the IEuque do Me- reporting o tf niew has eamli- was u0pl-lffen
Lyin oen the fleer' on his dina Cell, a cook who can and ed the respect and friendship of committed at 11:u .m. last
stomach -he* reA. Sunday actually has roasted turkey fit the statesmen of neighboring Wednesday. Complalpn was a
feature of the failure of the for a king. the King of Spain, a countries even of the ones who, neighbor, Verna Walter.
Prench at the Paiama Canal frequent '* visitor at the Duke's like Santos ot Colombia, have at i :- .
dnd lminseistly became 9pos palace, times felt the truth to be "in- Miguel Roa, 2.was f 1wd waO
messed with a desire to go to He likes good wine, also good conveniente" and Ramon Rodrigue, 1, wa
this place yhleh he saw as horses, beig an "aficionado," He has a rare sense of h- fined- $5 after they were both
dank jungle, dangerous, l4s-" an enthuastic follower, at the mor, dry, subtle and kindly found guilty of trespasing at
tant and adventurous. race course here. and appreciation of the usu- the Albrook Air Force dump.
At twelve he was a printers His background and training anal and bizarre that have Both are Panamanians
devil on a country weekly. He made him valuable to the U.. made. his "wire brightener" ail of $25 w forf
attended the North Manchester, intelligence services and often famous. Bail of $25 w forced
Indiana High School and stud- off-the-record stories of events In Honduras, a fighting cock Charles Alfredo Ortega, 4. Pan-
led Journalism.at the University of importance to the United killed Its o*ner and was tried amanian, on two chars of
of Wisconsin. States World War II effort were for murder and sentenced to be driving his taxi on dock with-
ni 1907, the same year as Gor- reported by Calhoun and acted hanged. out a driver's license sad of
gas, he came to the Carnal Zone on before the reports of news Bank robbers in Colombia, trespassir at Do T. He failed
as a postal clerk, the most be and less experienced attaches closely pursued by the police, ot to appear court this morning.
coula* manage in the way of have reached headquarters here. rid of the evidence by throwing
travel for the least In the way the bundles of banknotes over PC Directors
of money. This was the case with a Na- bridge into the river beneath
In 1907 the Isthmus was not so sl ipy leader and with the where it was gleefully gathered Meet SaturdaV
very different from what he had commercial diamond smt- by villagers. The authorities, tour
imagined from the Sunday sup- gling between Venezuela and get it back, announced the monn-
plement story. tr-= l, diamonds that were ey was counterfeit but the poor In Washington
The jungle was still dank. Gor- used n machine tools of the peons, after tuirrng it in, learn-
gas had just started his work Trd elch. ed that they had'found and sur- The quarterly meeting of .th
and malaria and dysentery were Calhoun speaks fluent Spanish rendered, not phony money but board -of directorss of te Pall-
still taking a heavy toll. When -"knows more Spanish than a real fortune. ama Qanal.. Company will b
three of his neasmates in Pan- any Gringo I ever met" says Calhoun's stories on these held Saturday in WasbhingliU
ama City died of dysentery he Scott-and has made some ex- were reprinted in many States D. C.
changed his boarding place. cellent translations of Spanish papers and the cock murder 11- Matters pertaining to w1
Ony the middle'of every ta- poetry. 'nally appeared as a full length Company b-.dget for the Fiscal
ble in the Government mess- His appreciation of music story in "Esquire." Year 1955 are expected to op-
halls was a bottle of liquid and poetry, together with his During World War II he re- cupy most of the direaors' At
quinine to drink with the meal- background of Latin American ported on activities of the tention at the meeting. Hearings
He had malaria so many history and custom make for Falangist movement in Latin before the Bureau of the Budc-
times It became chronic and a temperament very simpatie countries so early that Thee et on the same budget ate
he learned what to do when to the Latin Americans. Times hesitated to print the scheduled to be held later this
the chills came. He la a good hater, too. He stories. moth.
He was stationed first at Pan- hates dictatorship1 hypocrisy He al&6 uncovered and Th~
ama City. then Ancon, then was and aggression and fights them Times printed stories on enemy The Board meeting will be
Postmaster at Miraflores, a unceasingly, propaganda, espionage and oth- attended b Governor bold
camp for European laborers for- At one time during the late er acts inimical to the cause of who has been in the
merly used as an insane and war German suba were sinking democracy long before Pearl since August 21st.
leper asylum. He became Post- shis just outside the breakwater Harbor.. w M
office Inspector and in 1916 Chief of the Caribbean entrance to He traveled extensively in his The Governor will eturna to
of the Division ot Civil Affairs, the Canal. A Colombian schoon- Times territory-Central Amer- the Isthmus by plane Oct. 8.
He married Clelia D. Crespi, .' -
who was teaching school on the I" .. .
Isthmus and they have five chil-
dren, Margaret Marie, John
Crede, Clella Josephine, Shella
Crespi and Crede Crespi, all bIrn



the "Commercial Mail," and the
"Columbia City Post," both coun-
try dallies. After coming to the
Canal Zone he wrote and sold
about 75 or 80 short stories,
mostly to the pulps but some ap-
pearing in "The Red Book" and
"Everybody's."
" He also wrote Canal feature ,y
stories during the construction .
days which he sold to States .
newspapers and magazines. He ..
did editorials and wrote a col- ...-
umn "Sancocho" for the Star -,..
& Herald.
They ay if you want to see
anyone in the world just sit on
the front pordh of the Hotel*
Washinston and wait. Calhoun


but his post at the crossroads
bhas given him an opportunity to
meet and interview a great many
of the world's noted, among
them the Duke of York, the
Prinew of Wales, the Duke of
Gloucester, Einstein, Shaw, Byrd,
Ms* Roosevelt his viasts to
the OaML -Mrs. I evelt and WS GRAUT TO BE A p
u Crown Prince and Prinss over the Dodger i

te aes distant -s who hit a three-ran ho er ad Joe
aied, tame11 ,. ee early tages ot the gaiLe.

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