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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01738
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GCEO*CO td- ay accused Congressman John J.
jr. of making remarks at yesterday's press cofe
which were "an insult and a direct affront to the iW
.figence o local raters." .,*
. Elsewhere on the Isthmus, Canal employes
laogpatiag the Republican Congressmen's statement til
worke her e seemed to b* "reasomebly content." t
lest two officials of the US. Citizen Association
ed Alan's comments, and felt the group geanellly
qfited from his viit.
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h them. He said Allens cons ions wwe n ot OW
o4 by the overall feelings expresud to Nim by memdwJA
o1ns ,orgoani2atloa.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNS AN PtUBLIMSHD Vy THI PANAMA AMSrICAN P11 IMqs
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CABLE ADDIOM I PANAMENICAN. PANAMA
COON# OlPPcf 13.17t CENTRAL AVENUE tTWEIN 12TH AND 13TI S T
PORTION NEPWEOENTATIVESi JOSHUA* POWERS, INC.
S48 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK, (417 N Y.
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TI fS IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Pnamo A
S, ers a re received goatofully and aer handled in a wholly c
S v Ctribate a letter don't be impatient t it doesn't ppea
day. Lesm ore published in the order received.
arso try to keep the ltern limited to one pgoe Iq gth.
AdeMity *of tte writers ki hld in strictest confidence.
S'Ih s-MWpepfi ssmes responsibility for statement s epi
"M"odi d hi letter i mnaln.

1 CHANCE VENDORS AND LOAN SHRAKS
Panama, R.
Kindly publish the following in the interest of the Nati
lottery ticket vendors.
,' With reference to the complaints made from time to
N: Manager Leigriadier of the Lottery Office that the ill
"chance" game has been lopping off thousandA in sales f
t e National Lottery, it is to be noted that 50% of this ill
"hance" is operated in Canal Zone towns.
The reasons for their lucrative sales and big profits by
smny of vendors are that:
(1) They make sales with freedom of fear of the law.
(2) The majority of these vendors are also "Loan Shai
viio lend money at usurious rates of interest to those buyers
it turn buy their numbers.
(3) They are high-pressure vendors who go from housi
house and make it binding for each and every one to purch
from them for the reason that purchases of numbers are ni
wfth money from these vendors on a loan basis.
A synopsis of. these "Loan Sharks" and "chance"' vendors
a* follows:
They can be seen in a big hurry going from house to house
with a little observation, they may be spotted.
In the case.of the "Loan Sharks," they hang around.
offices, job sites, commissaries, and so on.
Since the illegal "chance" game is hurting the National L
tery, it becomes necessary for the proper authorities to take
t'on, as is necessary to wipe out these rackets, both in the Ca
Zone and In Panama.
-National Lottery Vendo


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The irrepressible J '
trillo isn't exactly a t he "
blues over this Adm
Having lost the, p1l"
lifetime member he
White House, -be
mer- Union chief has just d
mlfi- mostmaj well. He now ,haga-
other lifetime member c
it hAmerican Federation va.
l the c i hn high place te
inet-playing,' DW Chilefl '
of the,United. States.
Earl.Warren doesn't
elem $600 lifethne old card.
ex-Presldent .-umar
the bhief atune do ,
him an affection for
It isn't, as he told
P. .Petrillo in Sant~ Bar
year, just that he ea
onal first mopey as a clari
or in a 'Bakerfie .
time union band and has ma
egal ed his member-hl eit
from AFM's local 263. .
egal This: feeling for Lab6r,' IX a;
capital "L," was born i tb wW n "
this justice. His father was a saali
Leader who was hurt lead his
fellow men in the old AFuL:. ,N,.
rks" days. The Justice's pad. a ts, '
who Warren, was a master car bui d-
er who was black-balled and'lost
e to his home and Job during the 1
aase great railroad strike of the de-
iade cade. which. ls often described
as Mauve, but which' was a
are bloodier colofi because of the
great labor upheavals.
and As there was another ralrod
Job in Bakersfield, M thias
post moved the family there. In that
city, yount Earl gre .u a I
ot- farm han, freight hustle 'abd,
ac- union clarinet player. 'Atd the
7nal nation may well wonder,. w 1iat
effecthis early days will avt eoh
This genial, much beloved main,-'; ""__
whose philosophy may rhape
the judicial course of our. land t
Sfor several generations. V ets A M A a tt
Warren -has always, -playede, A
them as hersaw them ot taby
good'of his town, his state and By DOULAS RS
his nation. Back in 1936,.' ai aB,._,,
militant District Attorneyof A-
lameda' County. he found him- -. "
self faced. with three unionof WAIHINTOG (AY Should' _U*le an. ltheek onday. l gi a typ
ficials charged with conpiirad give tre hoital Service to veter.nitt all- ca picture. There frlr hch
to, murder the chief engineer of Wt-which .ad ? noth.t to do with thiriMi. ptodiW a camp.
a bed to 'death. Warren thought ie p now developed into a majoP aervl onnected cases .
the labor men werb guilty. He tWee the Amcal Medical A laUou 54A512 .ol
aillid them, though themerybe or ons.s sure to and L
of his own dad's union daywas ai in theipof Congress during the' "roxrnitely toret,..at s r eo, an,-,
still sharp In his mind, aortu for public uners of the plet cker and.


Comintern. As Caltfora treatment of
fensationar usabiters fmo ed.tat ole taed:




u rlumnist to dirr uat the .... .. .
2us Via Latert ad others aT.few we ago De whwu


isprtedoI iveteranat Ilts ,p-doyo
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oih tkorey-Ge tem" of mo oper an oi et
oda'' si br wWareave ggyg in g4a i
res of lbt innionp. pril p
'Though hei.dsagreed quite s fre A
uamni with te iliuptcal gad-
tes vital aircraft d other "There are per whowouldt
I. la b oor vhee tcoauled ...ran a
CIO.leaders on teuappltants aon *.e tl i
.l iBut he wasclofse cleanlabo o.ba etZran oU e a s to
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"In tis as Rae where om r restarkabl
n a "al great liberal Re-d spent Wy Unoe tam otat I
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stthe Musnot o eieveians Union and ten 'lan:thertwoasca tnoo tr.aI C
S.prine ipl or. the A i er ans' A itor rtions hbo.ai.
'Warrentl thankedm, .forThe latest of fable thVA
reIt ad a tatorewher for more
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celt of the usemBeoshi ce" DRIAW' 'DEACON
thu hsic ia n L."' te where "Caie M nathiny' cou taxrtin' I a I'
s membe Fondh. fsaotd Nola n s; t.s01lt Hodki i, ',
/ nd. many mllslo eo Freendr opn heire.' t' tlne udnblt and
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terference free collective i-br Texas last week.N -
gaining as far advanced ._ "Lover Come Back to 'sh
av oaee in the world. W d Majest...Th YorktCe's
not- believInte i l who upsetM
tion a' bet s eLeI serleso quis
and labor W be ve that report that "iss "Me the
council table 4se i plAcAs tb "1 tUre"' ,- --D..-W
solve differences of opinl'non -,iw ikta ce1
lanbor le.i latiO. Qual. Las Americaina
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(.1! b -.II It A Cleani Hints A1sHcUmS
1 .1 .^''"""', year-o1d Glen H^",^
I awas arratgne lhereonacbage
"MumI, Oct. s (uP) Hur-
ricae "Oau.'" the year's seenth garettes he couldn't undertad
degenerated Into 45-mile-an- why authorities picked on.
hour squall today far from land "Otaer people get drunk la
-" 2 Z aGail, which hado -mles-an- arh od
ISal A "J '? "ESES "ot "r *t r "' fgol oo weet r, ., ,...o--
(UP) C hour winds Sunday, %as located
offi i l h ave 00100000001
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r StOCt an about 810 miles east of
'"'"... .'stcand about 810 miles eat of "
Antilles by an 11 a. m. advisory.
".-l r said los). t.- f a The advisory, issued by t he ..,.
PO is U, an Juan., Puerto Rkco, Weather
'Wil "r il ON nitd, f Bureau said "8hips reports re-
th Z 1ye Nis thel ge 0 n borab"""" ce:ved this morning indicate
SSth I d#ne ~bomb" ^ reaaae that hurricane 'Gail' apparently
w fi S mbeIsomei '. st "device" or. has degenerated into a squally
so ~ t t led weapon that could be wave. with mnximum winds
i Snerg el veNpdon A4taret. eatumad to be 45 miles an hour
ws"o ViaaBe the P C has nevr in squalls."
r: th United 8t. e
'.the has ler tblei H-bo Meanwhile the MlAmi Weath-
.u e. i has te er Bureau reported that a suspi-
twe.at I thn country ha F clus lo pressure area that had
A.t, S hata ils" hovered over the southern tip of
i, 1ki lt Cl Lng fooza W Florida appeared to be moving
.1ws6kCidtna safe distance away to the
Id udely ad S to ia that a massive hyd ao northeast.l e ay t
thef %ru" "k*. wa set of" f i -orlatead .i
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to, ere a The Meriden Record explained
i6f- o-of c -wY BWAY SUERW00OOD why it ,had live snakes and a
hw M a r ..... hibit In it front window. "We
',who _o arerolln a&-new rug A spilled beverage or fruit find that the.public tkes to read e
resmmhly a"r aquaf Vf, yoU'l want to brush up juice (ea it it contains about anakes, so we thought they
ns tao, pno aetrana Ai r tele eis.to pTuerve Its first-day sugar) Is oirndih si n a to leap would like to see them," said the
Sdtce tComment sy a .t CGme baca, If you have into a clesiup action, Chemi- managing editor, Warren F. _T
My' d Thene d no bei completed BaUMsor, or mall chil- cal changes spgar allowed to Gardner. U -
A Asi in l sh sta m w rboth.rn remain on can cause a Four rattleSnakes, a copper-1 f..Is CL PE C c@e4a5
1 alarms boas ..... prmaetn stain to ap- head and the spider were caht, L ] ...ceNT AVEN,I
haRt a- .e o pearI mont-hs, or even after at nearby Wallingford recently.
a say ten, & f bai .. Ain, thi- -water spong-.
W i bfg dte t to whtIch 0s tIgIhre -most effec-
t led a :0l *o lpptm tire trea precaution / f
Sto the at lgr. e earned fro eIrs rm andls t foiillow lu with the deter-
h 4 Laborpblc r brvlW s-ugent solution, rinse, and blot up
Lovs 9A a tape rw Iq the roll-ff the to of fences.
s-Hll system er yaltoer. l s tm msquirl youAs
Saen at r r He lew s d e hAve the eay stains, the LUNT
, deap ar n plar bhor abdicatlagg %N. I. R. C. r masnd %uirting LUNT
4. . it on ne Iind yoo know, for example the carpet a non-flamma-
Sbonths x. in lukIewarm afterr uble household cleaning fluid; use
g altue.,one uiy 8onr We ft rauMo. sn afte r an atoident can an ee-dropper and ponge p
bt. ly at J1 e Bo hel the mag e asn the diffumeree ba- drIyp sataie wg a dry, white
.. ..ahand
Is.th I IIin e boxminenstainana clot. I h a k an run clean.
member of The 5lpde start.' tam. itr W ith in .s.f, rug? Icompoubd,** is esn-
BOdt inr Pa WiM A, rof'fireb inoseo bei nsaoad0 sadwult impgnated with
S74'1Ie l tokwndte will hve no s"cldents are Lh in fliOd, on hand
S Afdtet two ra.rt common ok wdthis cleaner brwused an the Rd f Sfil
.bIn his Vic 104 wet stain, allod to dry thomugh-
L a ou it sW ide uh1 nu, tnh e61t1 11 d1 _troyt o n r, uho-
-- Mosrt,-_ Elt hu. iMtoaw. aa,`16-P.rmwr Then ly,then vacuumed up usually Anew
V4 ~~ i pa fiao. court mix a tpo 4 ~1o 4 w banhes the offender, -hoe hooe tea deasd
.rab i alli ION"y a..ai Ot js wod G.l fo.e, prplignal O rag cleaners eauifdly sulpnued
Ite of eIloth r obmmra~ eb wt tiiah a lp es serice.. wi b deep, csrip cuhing
g (o Ho ha s.ubcadedritead wi. .abao stapiodi .. 1. ou qome up aanst a Ip
r a or tat oesnt ... pierced e add yes
Ur~teff win. t h j1f 0 dcblw dI oar~d wn'tr
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.~lere are said to be some 30
mloion bridge players in this
co~itry, but only a lew thousand
of .hem would make the correct
play in today's hand. The aver-
age player's first step, when he,
is declarer, is to draw trumps.'
Perhaps 60 million French men
cah' get wrong, but 30 millioui
bridge :players certainly can.
Wften West opens the jack of
hetts,. South cannot afford to
leiA even a single trump. It he
dde, East will take the king of
tr-Ops and lead another. heart.
This takes away South's remain-
it high heart, and now South
S ot prevent the loss of two
t ps, a heart and a club.
TIt is really quite easy for
$Solth to see this all coming, and
he should therefore make plans
to prevent it. The only way to
avoid the loss of a heart trick is
to establish dummy's clubs im-
nediately in order to obtain a
liscard.
' South therefore wins the firs
trick with the king of hearts and
immediately returns the jack of
clubs. West takes the ace of
elubs and leads another heart,
Forcing out South's ace. Now
South leads a club to dummy
Ind gets rid losing heart on
ummy's extra club. (It West
as refused the first club trick,
South can get to dummy with
the king of diamonds In order
to obtain his discard on the
third club.)
Onl after South has discard-
Cd hi losing heart can be af-
ford to lead a trump.

'Goodbye Kiss'
efs Cold Water

LINVILLE, N.C. Oct. (UP) -
ourists who manage to get to
the top of mnle-hich Grandft-1
tber Mountain near here will
,k fresh, cold well in the
olid granite.
Howard Carpenter was hired
to drill a well on top of the
mountain even though he
thought it was hopeless. He
trilled for four months through
jhe granite and decided to lgve
no when he got to the 451-foot
level.
In a last gesture, however,
iaroenter drooped three cases
if dynamite down the hole as a
'goodbye kiss." The explosive
produced a stream of clear cold
Water.




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You're a working wife, find
your job interesting, and you
like to discuss your work. Be-
careful not to monopolize the
conversation when you and your
husband are out visiting-others
have their own interests, too.
"Shop" talk makes fascinating
conversation only. if the folks
you're taking to have similar in-1
terests.


IG i6ADSTRONG 1- es a
German acrobatic musicians
currently playing in a Paris,
France, club like td look at
things from a different point of
view. ,While Walton plays the
gtUarytathough*othin un-!
usual happeningi, violinist'
May. find things are somewhat!
upside down.


World. Too Small
For Some Drivers,
HOUSTON, Tex. Oct. (UP) -
It's a small world too small
for the Charles Morris family.
, Mrs. Morris, 21, graduated
front- gU Memorial Nuratui
School was driving h W
her mother after the ceremonies
and rammed full peed into the
reat of a parked vehicle.
Mrs. Morat.iot out to survey
two badly damaged automobiles
and saw the driver of the other.
It was her husband, in theftr ct,
driving home from the same
ceremonies with Mrs. Morris' fa-
ther.


[Slim Fat Away
If fat ru f your ur or makes
You short of reh and endngers
your health, you wIt. nd t eas~
to .oe a bhit pound a dy with the
now HollFrood method called :
PFOau O No drastl dieting or
exersel. Absolutely rfe. Ask your
chemlit for FORMOD8 and tart
slimmln tomorrow.


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NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ;
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Arrives
Cristhbal


S.S. "CAPE AVINQF" ..............................Oct. 9
S.S. "LIMON" ......................................Oct. 13
S.S. "MAJORKA" ....... ..............O.... ,et. 16
S.S. "PARISMINA" ........ .............Oct. 21
S.S. "C. G. THULIN" ......... .... .......Oct. 5

Weekly sailing- of twelve pasenlpr ships to New York, New
Orleans. Los Anele. San Francisco and Seattle.

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New York,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and S& title.

To New York ......., .............. ......... 4.
To Los Angeles and SaA Francisco ........,$70.00
To Seattle ................. ..............3.5.00
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3jAIN? Apperui Plridm Elrt aenhower
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eater Is mt. b tael s steel. lJade ame [a pastle aNlee.
.OQMrM-fed beef is auper-abqn- son with. and pepper it de-
tat rw the1 a United State pired. S eflfl with flour. Brown
a20 ftim 35 W94 per cent lower pn beth aides in hot tat or.haQB
t cofthan, t.thla tim U lat drfppln in a skillet or roaati
. oan. oer with sliced onlo.B,
'A A u the .Mape'et t toes and sliced gmen pe-
fi 'steak. Faw from tender buO er at. leet eiwy. Oner the
_ good flavor. I n skillet or pan. Bake in a mod-
eliciously. For f rate oven (350 degrees 7.) 2
pea andb foIh d' u hours..
esat -ethe Mix dUHipowmder with % eup
new. iold-w aer. .tir into the gravy
Ma) round the steak and I'the
rary or the meat. Sere the
steak bbtwith-hot rice or pa-
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their recipeJ
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'Cleen iKmg'
Cleans Up For GI
BCARnoN*t, We. Oct. -
(t p- Jul Jbrs z worried
When an ex- b tagt d four-
year-old bay racing hore from
him nam.ad CLan Tp King. The
horse hadn't w the price of
oaL In two season Schwartz, a
New Yorker, ownd.hlim.
bchwartz Ot.t90 thinking It
was a rougnt a. on the former
soiriler, who wis breaking into
the horse bUlinnem in a small
way. So he *ered to buy the
horse back. But the former GI
entered the bay at Scarborough
Downs and Clea Up King
.leaned up bhis outing, paying
*20.
V-U
Abel Bravo School
Plans Cultural,
Benefit Program
The Abel Brvo School of Co-
lon has ans, need a musical
program for Thtasay evening,
featuring artists from the Canal
Zone and the terminal cities of
Panama and Colon.
Purpose of the music festival
Is twofold: to present a cultural
program for the youth of the ci-
ty and to start a scholarship
fund for students of outstand-
ing musical ability.
The hour set for Thursday's
concert is ~Pj and admission is
50 cents.


NO PRIVACY Just in case,
you don't recognize her, this is
Greta Garbo, one of Holly-
wood's all-time glamor queens.
The former film star, arriving |
In New York aboard the Queen
Mary. would- as usual prefer
to be alone. A


1st 49 Bee Stings
Don't Hurt ..
ROC STER, i. Y. Oct. 5 -
(UP) A Oroton N.Y., beekeeper
says hse.et& stung on the aver-
age of 50 times a day, but think
little of It.
Gray-haired Brown Cogghall
who hea kept bees for 60 years
and ls tb n sh apf oa .abeekeper.
was homm baeekeW -o -the-
year by the Bmpire,"tate Honey
Prducerp Ansoclaton at the
annual meeting hen.
Coggshal hiaO es p about
700 hliws. i works" bredhanded
but wear a vell for od protec-
tion.
"'te lad. atti htrts the
woret each day," he said, "but
they don't swell up on me uikt
they used to.


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Saves $60 Repi
EvtorroN. Tex. Oct. (UK f,
A Houston motorist a rjtnk
mobile through the court-AIP
local garage owners.
Oarageman E. R. aUadi
complained that the man. INi a
blue 1951 auto, had some ras-
mission work done on the car.
The bill came to $20, but before
he paid the motorist wanted tq
"ride around the block to see
everything was O.K."
Police said the day before A
oaher dgarage owner reported
the same man, in the same car,
Pad $40 In repairs done to his
car then drove off for a "iMA-
run around the block, never w
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Leave your Ad with one of J' 4enir t o8 r our officla No.I% "H"' Street Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. -- C0D


LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and


O'OVEDADES THIS"
Vik spafa No. 34 PanamA. p.
(seoe Vista Thbetre U*t.)


MORRISON'S ,
Fourth of July Ave.-Pbhqo 8164


CARLTON DRUO STORE
10,05 Mel6ndez Ave.-Phone 326, O CiP


Agesnd l artmracoal de Pobtcaciones
No. 3 lottery Plrua Phone 2-2199


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FOR SALE
Household-
FOR SALE:-Mohogany double bed
:excellent mattress, $35. Single
mattress, springs $22. Magic Chef
gos stove, satisfactory. $10. Me-
hogony buffet, $10. Dishes, plants,
Misc. Telephone Panama 2-3067.
FOR SALE: Toppan four-burner
gas stove, glass front oven. $35.00.
Riviera apartments, apartment No.
1, 46th Street and Justo Arose-
mena.
OOR SALE:-Large double bed, box
spring, innerspring mattress. One
Child's, wardrobe. Reasonable. 135
Prodo. Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:-Mohogany double bed,
excellent mattress, $32. Single
Mattress, springs, $19. Magic Chef
gas stove, satisfactory, $9. Mohog-
any buffet, $9. Dishes, plants,
is. Telephone Panoma 2-3067.
aSALE:-Dining-living and bed-
room set. 2 blocks from entrance
Hotel El Panami to El Cangrejo,
and one block to the right. Euse-
bio A. Morales Avenue. Gray house.
tOR SALE:-Mehogony diningroom
set "Iolnco Sucio" finished, 6
chairs upholstered in green, table,
China closet and buffet. Excellent
condition, call Balboa 3336 or see
*t No. 368 Ancon Boulevard.
FOR SALE: Coldspot refrigerator,
.ell porcelain, 9 cu. ft. 25 Cycle,
60.00.0 760-D, Balboa. Phone 2-

fO SALE:-Misc. furniture, piano,
,nt sprayer, compressor, motor.
IBlboa 4173.
M Q SALE:-Settee, chair, ottoman,
a ck maple, dropleaf oak table,
ugs, porch blinds dishes, ladies
oot, size 16, Balboa 1309 after
vLp: m.
SALE:-Kitchen cabinet: 7 ft.
t-its proynd sink, $50.00.
r'w set, chaise lounge, chair, 2
tablese, $40.00, steel buffet,
15.00. Occasional toble, $8.00.
11 2-3321.

j FOR SALE
1 ;i Motorcyelf
T-Cushman motor wooter,
l duty pakl, excellent
ifluo n.'iAn id b Auto


FOR SAL4
Automobiles
SFOR SALE:-1947 Buick 4-dltI:'. 5
500 miles, radio, excellent t1 d -
tion, $825.00. Call 82-3W148--
82-3189.
FOR SALE:-Morris"onvertibt, 195t
$700. Mari's english bicy is, l~z
26, $25. Panama 3-3580.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 4 door
Custom. Original owner, $90,.
Phone Shrapnel, Balboa 1389.
House 150 Prospect street, lalboo
Heights.


FOR SALE: Hillman Minx Sedan,
1952, $1000, 8,000 miles, per-
fect condition, duty free, financing
possible. Lt. Shore, days Neyy
Pacific 3212, evenings Navy P
ific 2295.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 4 Ior
sedan 1940. Duty paid. Vor y od
condition, tires, seat covers, at
new. House 2026-B, 2nd East S
Curundu. Phone Curundu 43-6243
after 6 p. m.
WANTED
Miacellaneo.u
WANTED-By young married couple
vacation quarters, immediately. No
children. No pets. Both working by
Oct. 8th. Call Albrook 4103, any-
time.


WANTED: Big farm Qr 00 h-
tores agricultural land oaou4d
David, Boquete-Panamr. Full de-
tails to "Ramses" Box 9W4, Co-
lon.
WANTED TO BUY CASH 3 CARS
Only Ply.-outh, Dodge, Chevroletj 49
to 195 :ot duty ggid.4 door Pe
Luxe. V : theiM firdr 4 to 7 p
m. Hotel Colon (Ponomr). Telephone
2-0770. Mr. Fonseco.
FOR ;SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Land near Los Cumbres,
beside the Transisthmian Highway,
without intermediary. Tel. 2-4769,
Panama.

CIO: 'Allen
(tpnttnaed fom Pare I1)


probleml., I5hO m -ditted re-
eelvihg eilflf ugh other mem4
be protesti g Allen's re-
marks.
Rufus Lovelady, on the other
hand did not aWree at all witl:
the Congressman's Conclsions.
."That's upt what members of
the American Federation of Gov-;
ernment Emploeas, Lodge 14.
have ~3oen telling me. And I
haven't' heard it either from
other groups with- which I am

-Se sal b.li"- eehinppwere best
expressed in a letter from an
employee who resigned* recently
who pointed but:
1) Because socialized medicine
has been instituted down here
the medical and surgical care is
highly unsatisfactory.
2) Differential and "fringe
benefits" ae lusUfficient to
make a loag-term tay here at-
tractive.
3) A person whb lives here 30
veMr laVests about $25,000 In
housing, and at the end of that
time, he has acquired no equity
In the howe. ..
-rETEND- ta' 41 Perloecv aeCtlofts for recu-
'Margaret Rom Joins in erative purposes are not a
a doll's tea party by ppln problem facsnp employes resid-
.ninau Upi of tea, *we rmhie fn em n .
hewa at Ta l t in.the U.8.
wau U honored g Ns 5) Lack of consistency of a
Ablorar Scotland.rs permanent policy of operation in
Sthe feedral service. An employee
"ever knows feow ope.ase on of
r!ongress to another what
charges will be made that will
.i' taly effect his way of living
and employment conditions.


me people con get chilled to
pse ust by going without o
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Generally, employes 'ha ve
come to feel over the last few
Sears, Loveladv concluded, that
there is Iie-onger any lob se-
curity in the federal service. He
said this was borne out by word
She has received from employes
who returned to the U.8. who
, now are hhy satisfied in pri
vate emploJ ment.
i


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DR. WENDEHAKE. 5MedA clinic.
Central Avenue 'K" street, Crner
telphoni 2-3479, Pandna
couple to shore on oport4t with
lady. 45th Street No. 32.
FOR SALE
Mieehllaneous
FOR SALE:-New shipment of High
Fidelity LP Records arrived to
AGENCIES DIAZ, 37th Street No.
6-A.


Are you leaving for U. S. For Sole
A17" Zenith TV, practically new,
crated ready to go. Coll 82-2207.
FOR SALE:-Italian piano accordion.
10 boss. Very nice condition, $75.
00. Call 82-3168 or 82,3189.
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FOR SALE: Zenith Tri eanic
Radio, $65. Maybe seen Tuesdays,
Thursday. After 6 p. m. at 168,
Via Porras, Apt. No. 1.
LESSONS
DANCING classes for children 4 16
'years, Fort Kobbe 'Teen-ae Club
beginning Friday 9 October. Tel.
Llona Sears IPanama 3-1565 for
Information.


PSOdagl
m*a s camoflu and
arofco rr odBM as
portlaad .tU *r.iIs'geac
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I CKEbrOR UN JOB-Lt.-
Gen. Raymon4 A. Wheeler
sees lI to be named head'
of the UN Relief nd Works
Agency.for Pa Jse Refugees.
The agency Is primarily bon-
cerued with' :fpatnit Arab.
Israeli Proe bls. Generate
Wheeler was Chf~ f of l engineers
.df.the. U.. S.^rL until his re
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Pbhl. Ocemtia cottOges, Santa
Clara, Boi 435, Bolboo. Phone
Panama 3.1897 Crdtob 3-1673.


House an baoch Santo Clara. Also
In COOL' CIE an mountains.
Phone cNRAPM. Balboa 1389
or see caretaker there.


Foster's Cottae, One mile post
SantO Cro Plieo bring your
Ihne. Phone Balboo 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
toge. Lare, comfortable, modern,
near beach. aolboa 3050 except
week.


Grma#h ita.,CI -soeach-cot-
eber gas stoves
re r.e 6-441
4.567 dm Miguel.
FOR RENT
HoEues
FOR RENT:-. 'iVVista, 2 bedroom;
;chlet, diningroom, ror maid,
wepm, and garao Pgone 3-1713.
c a. m..to 5 p m. I


FOR RENT-M-odeiis ii olt, two
bedr.*n m el sror, hot water
:ineitetion, Lo Caq 1Wl $100.
W 1.; M Phone

FORWkIENT
: ,oApartm n .t.
A WNTIONW 1 I. Just built modern
finishedd oportment, one, two
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
ephene enomo 3-4941.
FOR RAt':-Apartment 2 bedrooms
all accomodation, also garage.
Perelil St. For information phone
2 1642 from 7 a. mn,'to 7 p. m.
FOR RENT:--Nicely furished, two
large, clean cool rooms; private
b0h and refrigerator; hot water &
kitchen privilege. Good neighbor-
had.; Peru Avpnue ,No. 65 .Lower
left.
FOR RENT.--Unfumished two bed-
room apartment GI family prefer-
rid. Call Babae 2870 efter 5,00
FOR RENt:' Apmrtent to small
family in Sarn Francisco. 12th St.,
house No. 49.
FOR RENT: eautiful btrtment,
furnisd; pcc i c4 onme
Near Balboo Garden .A
\J*we rr1' t," 3 hic B
Central Aenu*, ; iJ i!jnI e
FOR RENT:--ln Vista-del Mlr: omall
apartment; Cool and quiet locetIorp.




FOR R T:i .... Nice, co, furnished
rooms, Av Emee, Parque
t1efevre. House32.




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tomlc bih. Talent's a funny
thing. Tou can water It, but
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bad eve don,. But I had been
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thn t host thing poilble. It
aoe:t 'o led me, but I proved
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chew on twe Insulatr of a Ue '
Carrying 400 volte AOthN ftta
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WATCH FOR DATE!
E OPENING OF THE MODERN
SHOE STORE
(Top quality American Shoes)

BROADWAY
SHOE STORE
o 4 Central Avenue


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THEATRES
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Appearance Of The Vslt Our nack Bar!
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Lions, Browns, 49'ers

Remain On Select List
S-0-
By United Press
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP) The play-for-play
favorites are getting their lumps early.
The professional football season is only two
weeks old but only three of the 12 teams remain un-
beaten. They are the defending champion Detroit
Lions, the Cleveland Browns and the San FranciscO
49'ers.
The 40'ers are on the select and for a change has hf
list after coming out ahead in hopes of winning. The WIg
the top thriller of the weekend's cats won their first Big SeVt
six games. The 49'ers upset the game since 1949 by downing Ne-
Los Angeles Rams, 31-50 when braska 27-0 Saturday.
Gordy Soltau bolted a 13-yard
field with six seconds to play. Classes were dismissed at K-
State yesterday to celebrate the
San Francisco Coach Buck Nebraska win.
Shaw calUs the come-from-be-
hind wiri- and aesimilar victory KansasState CAeh Bil Meek
against Philadelphia last week is optimistic. Says Meek;"I think
more a matter of spirit than: this Kansas State .teap ran8
skill. Says Shaw: "The boys were, most favorably any-in e
so keyed, uno we couldn't start' conference." Except Mlsseut
laying football until the second and Oklahoma."
alf..B, we had to play over our
heads both times." Coach G e o r g e Munger, Of
Pennsylvania also is happy.
The Washington Redskins, Penn beat Penn State 13-7 -
.who played a- 21-21 tie with Phi- urday for Munger's first 6h
ladelphia last weekend, have over his intra-stat rival in 16
signed apaas-catchin end in an seasons. Says Munger: "It wa
effort to beln their offense. He's the big one... that..to.ime.Wa
Francis ,olsfoot who was. releas- the season right there'. .
ed by the Chicago Cardinals aft-
er being idle with an injury last
Ieasor. Injuries Cause
College football gets the stage t ne en
all to itself next weekend and aPostponement
number of Interesting inter- Of fC-AC G me
sectional contests head the bill f J -AC Gome
of-fare. Two bitter rivals Ok-
lahoma and Texas clash at Due to injuries sustained In
Dallas. Oklahoma is a slight un- the Jamboree by several play-
derdog. ers the football game between
the Athletie Club and Junior I
Michigan State meeets Texas College will be indefinitely
Christlin, Purdue tangles with postponed.


Duke, California meets Penn and
Nebraska plays Pitt. In big-10
names, Ohio State tackles II-
nols and Iowa plays Michigan.
Kansas State plays a Big
Seven game against Iowa State


Tuesday evening, of each
week, the Diablo Gymnasium
will be open for gdult recrea-
tion from 7 to 9. Volleyball
badminton, and basketball
games will be .played.


Series Clincher

NWCIIaQYI. (A)-AB R H PO A BROOKLYN (N)-AB R H PO-A


t I 2 1 & 4 illa m, ..
S .(1 5 1 eese. . .
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.5 0 2 OCox, 3b.. .
.4 0 9 0 Erkne, p .
,4 1A2 X 2 a-Wtlaims .
. 10 0MiUtlken, ..
.1 1 0 b-Morgan....
-- -Labine, p. ,.
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3 1 4 1
:4 1 3'2
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Ixlked for Erskine in 5th. b-Flled oat for Milfke n In 7th.
ie- edi out for Collins in Sth. x-One sut when whining ran

uBu.t..N.. (NATIONAL) ............ 06* e 01 e2- 3
*iE RK (AMERICAN)............ 2 1 0 0 6 11-- 4
ORS-Gilliam, Erskine, Cox. RBI--Be~ Martin 2,.Wood-
S panella, Furillo 2. tB-Berra, FurioE, arBt, Robbson.
e. SB-Robinson. DP-Cox, GllBambodg ;. Fider,
OCmpanella: Labine, Guluam. teodgt .. 5y
k 13. BB-Ford 1 (Willams), Reynoldt1 H tI ), Erskine
ing, Mantle. Bauer), Milliken I (Cohim), Labine 1 (Bau-
Ford 7 (Snider 3, Cox, Erkinte, CampanellaG Giliam),
3 (Camnanella, Cox, Labine), Erskine 1 (Collins), Labine
gald). HO-Erokine 6 in 4, Milllken 2 in 2, Ford 6 in 7.
; in 2 1-3. Reynolds 2 in 2. R & ER-Erskine 3-3, Milliken
1-1, Labine 1-1, Reynolds 2-2. WINNER-Reynolds. LOS-
bine. UMPIRES--Bill Stewart (NL) plate, Ed Harley (AL)
base, Art Gore (NL) second base, Bill Grieve (AL) third
Frank Dascoll (NL) left field, Hank Soar (A) ritht field.
2:55. ATTENDANCE (paid)-62,374. RECEIPTS (net)-
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IALL, NATCM-
we tibe a sport ad-
w what Don Bolde-
The seven-foot giant
t Wedeyn's basket-
#ffonU.. (NEA)


WIN-A-oPRAYER-Father!
i Yrre nmon sr high above a
large gathering as he takes off'
from 16-foot towr diving into
the Seine in the heart of Paris.
Money collected from the ex-
hititn go- iont his church
^-k~r~ I sM r t (NEA)JS ,


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igh h.- A.'s Don't Win


[4AN.T l-Cf-The preaWur
:became a Uitte too great at
point of the National Amauwtr
Championship for Don AJeb '
land -the 31-year-old P "
golfng star simply had l to
his eyes aftr putting ma the
third reenof the d
at Oklaoma City. (N.A)



Earl Sande


3rd In First


Comeback To/


NEW YORK, Oct: 6 (UP) -
Jockey Earl Sande returned to
the riding for the first time In
mwoe ttuM ~ ,yi -
The 54-year-old Sad..-ak-
ing a comeback becau eds
money rode Hofty "
to, a third place finish m
third race at Belmdt Park. It


led Ihe e retch.
nt HBest Sead couldn't hold
akne-onh to get the win,"Capeia-
dor" ran second.
After the race, Sand.m saidboth
be and the horse got tired.
''But," added Sand, "we'll do
better next time "
dande is schedUled to ride a-
gain today... aboard "Blue
Skies" in the seventh race.

Women' Recreation

Class Reorganized


At Margarita Gym
The recreation cl*lpor wom-
en of the Atlantic Area;Civilian,
Army, Navy, and Air Foree, has
been reorganized fo the school
year at the arargria Gymna-
sium since yesterday.
The classes have been design-
ed to provide a careful gra-
duated program of exercises
suited to the lady of the house,
together with a program of re-
creational activities.
The classes will ,onsiat chiefly
of badmington a'it~ -alisthendcs.
Other activities can provided
if interest is shown :in them.
Instructions for the novice is al-
so provided in all recreational
activities conducted.
SAgain,.you are reminded that
all ladies of the Atlantic Side are
invited to participate in these
classes which meet on Mondays,
Wednesday, and Fridays from
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
There is no fee for these ac-
tivities other than the shuttle-
cocks with which to play bad-
mington. This Is a program
made pdsible by the Physical
Education and Recre action
Branch. The Margarita Gym-
nasium Is your Gymnasium! En-
Joy it!

Chadwick'Attempts

Record Swim Across

Bosphorus Straits


ISTAMBUL, wsky, Oct. 6 -
(UP) Fosent Chadwiek
said yesterday te waold try
to make a riogwim aecr
the aspIwr- tAits ft*em
Europe -i.s Atendle
The Sma IDes., Caif., swim-
mer msad *le '' to start
from 4-2r-sFepe *foau
side of tskw. 9.a f aj.
2 am. B8T. If ariu Ift a-
cros Mis C"tm ur L then
try toa sIA "E*
on the.


Yaks.Noever Waste Time At Bat


AndBear:Down Harder-Rizzuto

NEPW YORK (NlA)-- Phll
lautq says a ball player gets a
al feeling abobt being a
- anakee.
"We're not a bunch of school-
boys who go out thext for dear
old alma ma-
ter says the
t shortstop
ho gave the
w York Amer-
cans a brand



Say us.
tour .jo h to
Star Ga ome-

." er" es,.
It becomes more the a job.
itnot a. smoot hly r ayetd. g.me. .otup.o




baseman makes a double play. sv t
of, MeI a idea of
.theu amps.a HIS
"Yu don't enough to have good w lw to ba
playrunners. They have to be a team.s oy that ra sp th
A well-knit bunch wil do better Wg 0 wlil
than h buh of i ndV-r dualnd things j-
Take the All-Star Game. T me .
t's nt a moothly-ned team. minds th-a e never, .
Yowh don't know hw the only d itone was "N igo all out itIqma v





way. on Yankee teams In the "f.e-tens'you that musnatter
World n series, a lost everybody what h6 e did~a'knoay* hat
could hit know whether thet wop e field in a s8t
runner on first-wants you to put for that O*zl* 46M


and h t-ad- and things Jump'i -s
like that "T at that 'tlnh atil
"You need a balanced team. ee .--- ....


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YotGUU lmlte"t, youtb got guyX Case gto,- th..



do badly. dhih al y one e, can- t ~ tIwate '
way. On Yankee teams in the ''-36. hi- ru that matterr
World Series, almost everybody what is, I jt
*and bihnt.' ntth tr Ih

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Yanksi Asre AL Pennant Theirs For 'At Least'
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MOME-P UN DAY AT EBBET8 FIELD--Home1 s vere flying all a
aIug-feot of the fifth World Series game. But here's the one t
Mantle crohies the plate in the.thdrd inning 'after driving home
(9) and Yogi Berra (8). Dodger Catcher Roy Carmpanella and I
big parade, which kept rolling too iat fdr for the Dodgers to


THIS.MI IT F IOM BEING WOR 1E-Broqklyn's Bily Cox dr
maJtimdaf stop or Int aVjMr's Iroundsraf as loaded't
n 6c tf the fifth World Serles game at Ebbets field. second
third, forcing out Phil Rizzuto and ending the inning. It didn
.. Qugh; they fI~ iptfront, 11
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POnly Oldster

On Ball Club

Sx i NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP) -
j *-, Maybe it's getting monotonous,
but a majority of the New York
Yankee layer agreed today
that they probably will keep
'. winning the American League
Spennant for "at least" the next
three years.
S '-.. "Even three years might be
enseeMtima astlnate," .Jta-
,c lared 35-yearii Id Phil JBlxk-
Sto. "I don't see any reason why
this ball club wouldn't ,keep
S. winlingg peanaitn indefinitly.
After all, wet loaded ith
y. young playetrs1.' the only 14'
4'. ....4 1 guy on the lub."
S Outfielder Cene Woodling, like
SRUzzuto, said "there is no telling"
,.-.j. .. ,' whel the Yankee domination
S: wou-1 end.
"...- 'cU the. only year since
H 1I came up in 1949 that I thought
S". ",. we might not win it," Woodling
-.. -- . . couldn't catch us this time, who
knows when they, ever will?"
over the ball park in Sunday's Even Johnny Mize, virtually
hat really counted as Mickey sure to be missing next year,
e Joe Collins (15). Hank Bauer couldn't see any club beating the
Umpire Bill Grieve watch the Yankees in the near future.
catch up. Yanks won, 11-7. "If y rn think the Yankees
had a T a 5ll leub this year"
said MiM, putting a match
his eigLr "wait'll you see 'ev
next year:
SThey'r getting that fihe
youMg p cher, Tom Morgi,
S back froa service and I. he
he's' pitcWhg even better thah
i ..wheh be l ft. SBobbpyBrownf.aso
should be coming back next year
' apd don't forget Gerry Coleman,
T "You can bet young fellows
S. like Steve Kraly and Bill Milled
S will start to win more games,"
continued Mize, "and Lo rd
'.. knows how many great young
,. Yankee' sropects the Yankees have on
, .their farm clubs."


Final Figures,


Facts On '53


World Series

rops to. the Rroundto make a
with Yankees in the si*th in- FINAL STANDINGS
later Cox rolled over to touch W L Pet.
't completely stop the Yanks, New York (AL) 4 2 .88
.7. : Brooklyn (NL) 5 4 .333
S, First game, at Yankee Stadi-
ese Sill Do 't urn, Sept. 30:'
Brooklyn (NL) 1 2
Know ut Ne York (AL) 9 12
m ow 1 1Ane, Hughes (2), Labine
(6', Wade (8) and Campanella.
aIr A r 1 Y V arse RReynolds, Sain (6) and Berta.
ilk AftrIr Y ) Winner-- oser-Labne.
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (UP) Second game, at Yankee Sta-
Pee Wee Reese, looking every bit dium, Oct. 1:
as woebegone as he f..lt, sum- Brooklyn (NL) 2 9 1
med up the bitterness of the New York (AL) 4 5 *
dejected Dodgers in on despair- Roe and Campanella. Lopat
ing question- "What do you and Berra.
have to do to beat the Yan- --
ke s?" Third game at Ebbets Field,
Oct. 2.
"I don't know what the an- NewaYork AL) 2 S
swer is." the Dodger captain Brklyn ( NL) 3 4
said, answering his own question RchI and Bern. r kIne and
in a voice that echoed hollowly Campanella.
whih futility "I've been trying F,rth game, a- E. et1 Field
to find It foi .12 years. now,
"Wait 'till next 'year" 1 aiad a, 3 7 1
Reese, quoting the old Dodger New oI J (AL) 27 I t
rallying cry. "Who knows?" i ,or' m 3at9 (5),
maybe I won't even be here FhrOd, ()l -A aiLr a.'Lo.sa ,
next year. Anything can happen- L ) ( n t" l
m this racket, you know." L hAa Lael~s -eWrd.


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NIPPING A DODGER RALLY IN THE BUD-Sequence camera catches the death of a Brooklyn rally in the second inning of the
fifth World Series game at Ebbets Field. With one run already scored, Gil Hodges starts to slide for home on an attempt to score
frohi t'-'.-' on a fly by Billy Cox. Following the play from left to right, top and bottom row of photos, you see the Yankees' Yogi


Berra snare Gene Woodling's toss from the outfield and Umpire
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IN 14 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN PANAMA!


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1953. ,
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TA UNJOM Korea, Oct. 8- tIe ( p *. knw ut&. tr; i "d tli
(UP)'-- India's hkhest ranking
offi r In Korea said today In- -, .-. n. .
dia: guards would not force, ,TWRNT-dG & AI, : m
Inn[-Red prisoners to listen to
Communist lectures or try to
stop them from making a mass .
IA. Gen. K. S. ThIlmayya told U f II n
Allied and Communist newsmen. I
however, that Indian guards o r
were duty-bound to escort any
of the 22.500 North Koreans andl
Chinese to the Communists for -
explanations as often as the
Redf desire.
fre to isten," Thimayya k To W o
S. NEW YORK, Oet.4 (UP)-The resLraining order I as.ue d last
The idian general, chairman striking International Long- night by PederaWudge iAward
of the Neutral Nations Repatria- shoremen's Association ordered Weinfeld under the Tatt-Hart-
tion CpOnmisston.. said Indian its members back to workop At- ley law.
suards, aa sufficient arms and lantlc Coast piers today, bowing President Eisenhower ,,eUe
aammnition to prevent a mass reluctantly to a Taft Hartley had ordered the attorney geier-
escape shot.ld the anti-Com- court order banning its strike al to seek an injunction because
unAsts make a break for free- for at least 10 days. the walkout threatened the
lrt, -J'. n Patrick. J. Ceonol y, amIS "health and safety" of the na-
, But he ald. an attempt to head of the discredited =lMon tion.
ston tihel would lead to "ter- which has tied 9p truffle In Weinfeld issued a 10-day re-
rible slaugnter," a price too Eastern ports sineb last Thurs- straining order and- set a hear-
greot for gany country to pay. day, announced late last nilht ing for next Tuesday to decide
h ; al~so crushed Corn- his men vouldttl m arnbin whether it.hall be extended to
m hopei of extending the to workt witf't4dl1 shift the full 80-day period allowed
eriod of "explalhine" to rison- tonight. He aid an earlier re- under the law.
era why they abould return to sumption of stiity n the Union leaders IndislteS they
S ifL'e beyrdnd the Dec. 24 docks woul Ae ntlmWil-le be- would not fight the 5-day In-
dea40fit agreed upon in the ar- cause of confusione..' junction if shippers would a-
x0tl'e document. "We're not going back willing- gree to bake any contract
Gerr. Mer'k W. Clark. supreme ly," Connolly said. "We're going signed dilang the "-eeong off"
orminder if Tar E a st e r n back because it's the law. of the period- retr6ative-to Oct. 1.
twit!dN-atonrs fooeis. said the land." The IA; -which claina O5,000
Allea wonid jislist ot the ex- He referred to a temporary members .l its Atlalte Coast
pl)"'tionrtMlr tnr- on schedule. e* district.. tsuck wheld t contract
Tmnd 20athKorea on the five- expired- t.. 1 wio atee-
ve Y0tRn alternative," Thimay- f. l l*lal v.i.Ml r mcnt o a wagre increase.
:tr MM a Coijmuifst news- E Ugy in-YU EE NU VI The wrikourt caine .nt a wek
*ig.> ** after tb. AFL ousttdte uniton
Thlmzayys w oropises followed fiL" |1 fa or its underworld tuts and
Orotte from the Uhited Nations iM VeU111 1 chartered a new one MWke Its
and South Korea on the five- place.
a t lion neutral committee's The e has tid
OnTraO. O... tee.e has ore
Lh -ngof drlisoners. than 200 shlps from to
egiphaticaly told Thi- Virina. a. oreed the w
InAyyA'fya. letter that the U.N. 1.AIRO. Ot.'O'(TP) former second largest pmon S .KI
would not ~er.mit force to be ca pet minister Ibrahim Farag the- Queen Mary; to by -the I
tsed aga St. the prisoners re.- is convicted today on cb agqs pl -tus and d ~,1n. the

-4--- *med Nkidlb and senteheiM toplbe
al a. tritrg li. im traonm a t t ha .r -a '
He was the third ian dble. But o bioply fel the
ars found guilty of treason the dck strike was to seIllam to
powerful three-mal revolution- *mep hands off; ,_ ,, .


a I.lar who broke Into
site's apartment and
et with $100 in cash.
ened this morning in
ct Court at Ancon
sitve o. years in the peni-
i irndaI, t I mer Rov Sul-
'n. A,- Panamanian. pleaded
U1 to the first degree bur-
e/tar. He admitted break-
Stbq hose 079 Williameon
i n Balboa on Beot. 8.
lthe victUn. "Choppy"
'as eleo. Sullivan took
Set and money.
b ough this was his first
,omIltted in the Canal
Defendant had a long
of stealing In PanamA.
Attorney Rowland K.
recommended a four year
rV sentence. Public de-
William J. Sheridan. Jr.
Judge Outhrle F. Crowe
tWo yeir conviction.
money was never recover-
h.i-


ary tribunal set t to deI' wit
enemies of the state.
Fangr, a ein mksn vrol
municial and dral afflr
pleaded nnooent to 'the c
kkct details of the hate .r
not released by the tribmun
w~'ch heard ti=ti, ny yester
day In closed Miton.
Parag. a ptlmlhent official o
the Wald, fo a? *ruling narty i
Egypt, was a member of the eab
imet headed by tmaffa el Na
has which was dismissed by for
mer Klnl Farouk after the anti
British rDt in CarIo-eI Januar
The sentence is subject to con
filatilon 91 thp, plI revolution
arw couaclL. -
After passing )pdgment on Fa
rag, the 4nbunl abened hear.
Iins in the'trial 6f rt. Col. 8aa
el Din el Sombatl. who was chief
of political police in Oharbli
province during Hadls adminis
t-ation. He also is charged witi
treason.


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;Year Strike Soon Many End

n At Pat Downey's Salon
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PUN LAOGHAIRE, Ireland, Oct. 6 (UP)-r The World's
strike against Pat Downey's saloon here probably
end this month it was reported today.
jk. wney died it May, and the saloon will be offered lor
aI t pbie suction. If a buyer Is foudd, the 14-year-old
e wl be over.
'" the premises cha!ne hands, the strike will nd," a
Spokesman said. "e will have no dispute with the
saloon has been picketed continuously- lnee 9,
Jowney angered the union by firing a bartender. Pickets
ia ndolenees to Mrs. Downey wbhn hea buaband died,
e bar continued strike-bound undei her bipnagement.
wney never gave an inch to the aliot, ald when the
i 'fh bad lasted long enough to have publleity value, he
to take a sort of proprietary pride in the pickets who
,-j~ied up and down outside shouting "Strike on here!"


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and the, New York C
f CooWerce have 55t t
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L ng an astnisted 1 ~ i .







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Oct. 6 --(UP) The United
- States prepared today to fight
- for admission-of 14 goviet-ve-
toed nations. to the nlted Na.
- tiob while adanantly reject-
- ing five Soviet-aponsted coun-
d tries:
U v.S. delegate James F. Byrnes.
Sovernor of South Carolina, said
-the United States' brusquely
Rejected a Russian proposal for
a -"package" deal'tr admit nine
Soviet-vetoed applicaints along
with five Soviet-supported can-
didates.
"The United Stated," he said.
"is unwilling to sacrfice prin-
ci le for a price."
n his initial 4addess before
the United Natild yesterday
Byrnes pointed out that the
Soviet -supported .applicants-
Albania. Bulgaria, Romania.
Hungary and Outer Mongolia
-had been turned down by
the Secqrity Council majority
because they did not fulfill the
charter requirement to be peace
loving nations.
-"We know that -while their
applications were pending these
states gave moral and political
support to the forces deslpnat-
b y the U.N. as aggressors,"
yrmes said.
The reference was to the
support the countries gave
Communist forces fighting the
U. N. in Korea.


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Longshoremen


On Eas
d o I a rs day because of the
strike.It also has interfered with
arm shipments to m urope.
A Taft-H artle injunction
would be In force. for S days
whlue the longshtreme and the
employers try to negotiate a set-
tlement. At t o 80 days.
management's late rerofrer
would be orm aly si bted to
the union member for A:vte.
Tha law prowsI 15 dmas for
tabulation of the union' te. No
later than theoM th dy after
presidential l ntoVeflUton, the
govern aet mst backto the
eh l co tut to-' t hee In-
junction be dissolved. I te dis-
pute ha not ben settled, the
union then is free to strile.

Raymond 1lta1c

To Provide Servkes

For C. School
The Raymond Clinic, of Pan-
ama City, has been emploWyd on
a contract ba .to provide phy-
siuans' *rt1cs for the Canal
Zone Schols during the present
chooeel year.
The contract provides that the
clinic headed by Dr. Frank A.
Raymond will perform- phasial"
eammnaiinafois requred In. the
schools, asuij* ..- 011by3l* to
attend all lntdmeho1A*Lae' foot-
ball games, and 'royilde e.ouMl-
tations for students or palts
in cases referred'th tohe clte by
the school authorities.


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The' ii; Iner ,C' ietbal e
will safrom ew York Fiday
w-" to. o
rec Mte y from o
Yor 6 of te Plandrtne.
ThR2NsF YOfY Oftice-tl"n-
nod'that- the 8.M A- n, c
north, ampd, Doh n bee tr ted n
to A^oeee dtll t, t W York0
an te
Charl;e;wn'. th ca0 a_ t
view of the Ao being eAided.
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sal 'on the- return voyae
fllowiiR Saturday; Oct-16.

US Fl*0 tsurp
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physileZAMg wth revS4Iw
Dr. Raymond hbs aMlameed
that a term of phsleln -will HIlie .O' *r.
be alned to do physical -
aminatios t dlt b. work Wed
when any number *'
of students are to be gaiveU such S:" A
(pinr iaUtls. QOwdlyt li- 3' pam .
sensed to pra ctice ednl in
the Canal Zone will be assigned 01
to the dwrk.rcu

USARiARIB Wil

Relivm43Officrs For Gi,


From Actve Duty
keaquarters USARCARIB an
nouncen today that S4 eoa-
missoned ofnaers in t A gol-
mand would receive thaO iote
of reieae mrom active! t st-
Lus his weet. Of i
lour ame majors, nlut'wd
v ltrs.t lieutenants a&"' jWfie-
ond oeutediant. -
Army-wWide aprnri J5.2-
200 reserve officers V--
tilled this month of etv fa
active duty under thel _W p0
gram to peet
posed by budget ce
apartment ol'Fle Anth I u-
ed.
In repl .to questlo
CARIB 4 eIsman k1
that the release of l
ficera would not
number at officers ,t
command. Their
filled larely by r
dates of Offer C a
Schools and Reserve
Trainting Courses.
Primarily, he said,M
tion in force will a
ice field, rO tha
fected bY
gram. b.
cxerent of
ed. under
D/A tCu
evaluate,
serve
pleted a.
service

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