The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01741

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TFIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
46hm 'pmBY BRUCE BIQ88AT relations I
S 9AII a When former Premier M -.. .
degh was overthrown in Iran y an r
forces loyal to the S~ah, the
The Mail Box as on open forum for readers ato The Penama Ame-r Communists shouted that Amer- Srtr
' Oesn. Letters are received grorfully and are handled in a wholly sel.- Icans had engineered the coup. i.
.,dento ,manner.Our government modestly dis-
.- if you contribute letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the claimed any credit for th* at* --
:eat day. Lofters ore published in the order received, fair.
S Pleasise try to keep the letters limited to one page lnth. i h a
Identity ole ott, writers is held in.strictest confidence. Since then, assorted fragnt
This newspaper assumes no responsibility lor datement as opinions of informstlon have been oo t- /
Si letters feem reasers ed and oleced together In a fa-h- 0 r
ion which suggests, circmatan- Ila
tally, that U.S. officials ma T
"I'M ALREADY MARRIED, MR. VENDOR have been entirely too modest.
It's all guesswork.'but the skein atoageo I a
I read in the Mail Box last night of chance vendors and of "evidence" ties in like the be t '1h9e I
uan sharks. clues in a who-done-it. gut SSI.x,1h as
~- would like to know a chance vendor and a loan shark so 'id 3, Texas
htat I could buy from him, because I could get loans to pur- Crosby Noyes. a correspondent ,t
chase numbers without marrying 1casado,. oftheWashington Star, recently mear
It disgusting how the vendors of the National Lotterv are undertook to trace the various oan-"
t purchaser to lose the winning numbers, because you are He followed them through dtplo-
a t of cash to buy the extra number the vendor marries to matic circles In the capital, "O :
t ye you want. It happened to me last Sunday In Calidonia. where they have bhd, considera-,
J'aj fed up with this unauthorized practice of the vendors ble notice In a quiet way. II
0 National Lottery; I guess hundreds more feel the same way.r
1 I: already married, so I have no Interest in being married A prime point seems to be d fh-
aine that a number of ilpomatle oI.mOI
-A Disgusted Buyer. obrvers accurately forest 4~"FA f t
Mossadegh's ouster In secret o Sum fl
dispatches to their home gov-
ernments, suggesting t h e y n but w.. ,
were privy to a plan of aetles. .I
A key figure in the nan Isa al-
leged to have been the Shah's
very bright twin sLster, the Prti- a
cess Ashraf. .I.I.
Reports have it that she en- -
oloyed her brains In several- -
bortive plots against Mmssadegh, Mt
until he finally had her exiled.21% lor n Lh
But in Europe she ia said to
have .co"olnted stirring up trou- es7"l at t ugA
ble against the former premier.l'. .,-
She shuttled bark and forth 9 pL:lot l.
from Rolhe to Paris to Switser-
Meanwhile, at least four t.8.. _ocCUr BOses iha. taWN, 3er NwIe, a l _t
experts on Middle Eastern af- B 80* RUAMK Bases (11bo)yon h b
fairs left Washington this sum-
mer for various foreign destina- yof t0i .tin, .c-ved no kg9
tions. By Aug. 1. all of them had o9 .,
shown u Teheran, the Itan- CASABIANCL, French Norocco-.One of the Th- program, with. the Chinese -Reds acr m .i
Ian capital, more Interesting .p of our vast World pro. the Ylfa an December of 1950, was oG4d a 'crth idf
Mrasram 1 hat ppeated ts es Pfor, our uon forces pro which means alln h3 tini to and
SVIEW STATUE OF GANDHI-Jeffrey LevrolT. S. and Dee-Ann Preslde h had opperled toM 3 s I.tr oglyrebc.kI.-btcla .,s ouflr tdhe Wwon, itobfita.'b, hstted t dkeswr, af t te fameris l Voort.: of els~ tmn or .
,Roth. 8, of Williston, Long Island. observe a bronze statue of the for fin lal help, but after" o rae re. -n oul- b Adr.I ab$e rof ,t a Rn ar -In .wrk.
S ,at Indian leader. Mohandas K Gandhi, at the American Museum wain aont te l snt h the s hod. the r d t um t
hea mof ntral 9a of orI on, e4 b
SNatural History. They nre two of the many New YYorkers now turned hm do1 fat. w _sijmho r othe va o u t1
i Vis iting the firstncomlrehensiwe exhibition of India's contem.- aendenen, fla coamstl sotmFo r na owi th Alothe l n v ntp plane Me"W in
arts annd flameseso, mat E E-" "a-o..-ifreat jam s."l lshWASOM LUor ep, as-+- ,m W.o .; o
porarhhr' and crt at the museUm. fran alfti al mwt o p Te d mn u 4ane ein o ithn At r a t ani64A- AN t aw .
In,_letzer that country th o nginders .x"lid- out on Atlab Cob- da orusisa
long after iMr. Ehgwer Sets itct o, ts p u;oiia n ci m .nn "war h. d n apj.g thik Wil-- tI h ,ad beeenM t ou
You too could owned tr "tr 0th f ba a uth et~ ds Cldtafr "-s i
Coincidentally, Allen Dulles, the lo--1 e tr joe ergot donemed ethlc Is eme to i e ki,'.h 10 a,
head of t U. Central Intelligence, unWrpe. : tl o o
a 2 5 r U departed'Aug. 10 from Washing- y gOt Ct t, Of the bO -t t I.;
ton, liklwi e for a awos vhamn. cost- us siahovedyoDt t h t uthe rl ,I. r h
To fan the flames of mystery, ChIt weAtat eoram1Oee r
in Switzerland about that time, ment was mae they Iad -off 40an00 wmn. O o1 0rd red -In a
.following quick trip to see her Norther Afrie and Spain tody i. bual' I -Lhti- odoraa f t, and It
brother in Teheran. Reports withewhbat I known am supl uhsempl -I & was.d .!
suggest she had tried hard to 11,000 the manpower b 4ert was cut to 7000. Co e 0 inc e, and ml ai win d 14sodd
get the hSh to play a decisive Swhih must argue-smethning in favor of free eao.s. In the atm .e a
grt Crhas Bank Bln e ousen .se a n months shhtnpad die alio w .
o25.00le In the events to come. eIterprie. lack of govemmental thtaerlteree, t ngetio tt3i n, I'"
and a t olidly drawn plan of operation. of ell wh1 a a id S 1 hasbe"Un a4 W vo -
Finally, Drig-Gen. I. Norman The Air Force seems largely to ban bee n- a tWat a one nodthe iell 3p WU.Jduuuafwe st ?O
dchtwarlkof, an American who61tm0 major o ni the o sle ih.old orp ..u..r S.
reorgai ,ed the Iranian na- slo. ao lai ut. of our ald .3 1.4W.,eek, pU c.t-oear
tional police force for te Shah, tative ) e
ne Sah. tative n bhn T. Riley's M-843 em7usti:e tin 1014"a
an assignment that took six shows an alrmn numlor imo
Se years. hobbled up in Teheran on changes, i e .
a summer vacation trip. funds-hnecloldnand wast. wt
-lowest prices ii town He was visiting "ol4 friends." eot more or less n the r.t, s
Bodme think the timing of hiIs"A I bNTOUIt,"one A)e _ecutv d
Visit, mid-August g g ets Nousmur, Iyou had hIdan la"-
j t o i l J w strongly he was intended to be tractor to build ahousd.and then. Ift Ref ..'
Sentereatn aflnl messenger of persuasion tell hilm hp t~ doI t."
wt the Shah's palace.The-bilt had aeiceont. At V -w.Dcp
124 Central A. 0 Ausog. 12, the Shah ired woo oe d f the various firms
2eOnlAuw 1 3 hen hahIs sp ueda Knuds o No el Tee, RaPht Mlla,'. w U. iv s
naming hi a oseesor; Mos. tion Of'lpofesial, enlneera wh 1on ~.'
delh thwlrtl d the plot temn- most of ~ e modem rn bt I e dI- oweekre 5t. m ,
Sonalb, an tdhe Sa nod Wrohafleelp l ll
up and sm a shed Mossadegh i
an evidently well-ianaged re-
volt.

It cs possible that all the cor.-
that there was nothing i "plan, '"
IV'"Y science in they simu lt.aneous WA o .Z .N- (N3A)-omt, i w ub .a5 fA 1i0 i
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VTSe UWr Labor eve Sindee
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born yesterday year-old imitated or
Australian oztthsr died
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S, O 9 uCS ON, SON i h WASHINGTON Oct. 9 tO James P. Mitchell, The e'S' dflr wa ed w named.
'O N" u threyth of t the 38- are mold and serviced
*a1d b^Presy -idgW7 Succeed Martit P. raret Hudf K^ 8
5 1 kin n'S cra l r. ps, n al athority Death of the Chi left the 38-
a LAa long ni S background year-old nmoth, Mr. Ethel are old and ervi
-, Hudson with 11 .illdren. She at better stores
A*s l bd had, given bma dor la n children a throughout the United' ad
d Uponiln e onaeement beore te quaf eVm born in a Actual sze,
S 4 5 0.9 Smart S ES *c'Pot hs"p broad aft Gl ara, 326 miles
S"E ib northwest of 87 be7. o
t seiwmd iar- She lives i a tent with heru
A f itized hilsfp-.! .hrewd bar- en and her contractor
i st.96ieived. Chu n0fte9LBff S1fi 1 0 1i .Scnbr aitvery fpan?;, ;.;do1l-
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In ":I)^ '"I r 9maxrjs I. ',. In general, Mb ;ea q 0fl fr unions The Australan government
Caed Klng a Doris Dodson SIBIriey Lee living up to their ba aet'thq, SKE time has announced it would provide a
Peg Palmer Martsaits ,Ma made it clear he rs sthtId welcome government-built house for the
enons and accept t as 11 lenge managerial Mrs. Hudson became a grand- -
46 mother earlier this year when
HATSKAND S / her eldest became a father.
i. Fa ha as l ore tchell an indus a- Mtchell h o figured in e *
Sse tats. l ndt r Durki's 4443, type 332; No. 6445, type 333;
AfIeo. Oels choose from. Hisbeen oerving as s 'appointment was No 6447, type 431: No. 6448, typeThe
y[.:f m& as muih of a surprise 430 No. 6413. type 3 t7; No. 6410
I will t te vacanaelrels E lehow oriffnal an No. 6390, type 324; No. 6427 e The
Neww complete assortment of BUITIB n when of Durkin, a long-time and No. 6392, type 339; and No.
With highlight detl of the lumbers uta, tcrat. 8302, tp 33yp and No.
Sith d ogked da that his letter nt t o ta connection with the inspec- \ p erturbabl
at tJ an da ed th rn b r,Durn di raisnt med when tion of the houses Saturday and
Labor f stpped tut. ashburn, like Sunday, the pubte has been re-
Sanouncing Mtchell'a rk will beae l uon q to coAt visits to the Oyster
D Atment tM E a conferRnI A il xei)tveN again sample bouse ony. to avoid in-
S. bower n a conferen e terferenee construction
S- ace ted the et Mr. laenhower said. Mash- work which will be in progress in *
.C L AVENUE, PANAMA d b as us "sincere and dtlllnt ser- other areas.en made
-ret-ry of t. Mashburn o has been da*ir.aeithat- a" repres'a uiveben made
tins secretary since by all of us." Re he hs for a repr'hoatative of the Bal-
S-o eblded upon cessor boa Housing Office to attend the
S l a native u obeth, showing of the new houses both
r uim.se n.newer sal rLf errved etrn- days to assist visitors and an-
Various A1;01 12. ppcatiqns for the 37 apart-
er people than in his broa a held top personnel and Monts to be assigned at the close
experience in the labor field. Industrial relations posts i of business Monday afternoon ROLEX mat chge alwaysy they e aout finding
The 5-year-4od manpower private industry, notably with must be filed directly with the borne repuio for mp- t wo p rte
t1 eI.vi 146 ON 0? expert will be sworn in for nm R. H. Macy & Co., and Boom- HousinR Manager in Balboa not
lIterim term today in Mr. I- lpgdale Bros., of New York. later than 4:15 p.m. Monday. No turbably weathering the most Twenty year of labor pM.
flfl' E. eY bhowea office. L His forgLal He was director of the- indus- limit has been placed on the incredible hardships- our te- duced the Oysterde tae
.NA AY -" nlominatp' will' be ent to the #Ial personnel division of the number of apartments for which timonial fles pmve that up to that at once s
.;E NI o U'JiSenate to confluaation when Army service forces during most an employee can apply. However, t p tp ap
SCOaness reconvene in Janu- of World War I, after which applications for the Coroal e e delicate par proof dapp
TrOMR rtre t o he, returned to private industry. quarters must be made separate- nare o made, o balanced, that pr d .
SA iLtchell takes over the labor His nt work for the govern- from other quarters' the alarms .-ursiom of mmet.-
TH fl l rMOiRROT SATURDAY OgWt at a ttie when the nation meant was in 18 as a member tons and house numbers should ple ar l ee them tlo 431,-O l at
li relatively free tf labor dis. of the personnel adviry board be listed In order of preference. pve ck 43eoo* tthw. a
pt : but paid great pressure of the Hoover comlaton for Lists of the houses to be as- ty unpr more, no leas), demmti ~
S) i: from organized labor for revl- ipvernmeft reorganization. In signed next Monday afternoon A lot of credit is due, of perfection of rotectio it fds
'n in the basic labor legi- -51-52 he was a consultant to have been posted by the Housing coue, to our Oyster case in the Oyster e
laion, Ithe Ariny on manpower. bivison in bulletin boards in oure, to our Oyster case. n the Oyr cas
S" p m the Army 'on m per.- rarious Pacifle side communi- When the men who made the
SSie O.f .ti.... O Iuest The lists give the house first wrist-watch realized what
E n umersmpe Of New Ui UG ers Je*rl type, demiption ad a treasure they had produced, OL E
S'- The lists have been posted in
.goroz.B the post offices, clubhouses and
commissaries inAncon, Balboa,.
At Cool May Be ins peeeis an nedro Mi-
guel; Balboa Meights cafeteria; DUTY
A- 0 1' Lodgthe i~ el Ahe rin' Legion'
#aOt's Arpe e a s o f te boun- Pa paitc contracting firm HsllaS0d lt e usn PEEK JEWELRY HEADQUARTI R
It adrt ai*sb Offi RAL
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i sgned t t Monday afternoon. houses
/ o al r Applpwnh for the new units y wl n
are now being accepted by th The houses on display will not
igf e in Baeoas. be entirely complete in all cases,
SAved Just Aroemen Ne 79 Tl. 3126 Ar t for- opening the but wl suffietly om-
S(Aros thl streetro Mrla l olada Se) et oday am dernoonf tfr pln and tye
wa nahe through of consntr tion I. the various
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hand if you were South, the de-
Sciloer, at a contract of four
hErts? West opens the live of
diamonds and you must plan
te play.
So go with the ace of dia-
you will surely lose a
dm ld and two sades. If you
"t, get a bad trump break'
(and you will, because West has
Sa ntfiral trump trick) you will
be set.
t you begin by playing a low
difinond from the dummy, East,
w takethe king of diamonds
Sa will return a spade since it'
is Uitc clear that immediate ac-
tiorf'inay be necessary to prevent
S you from getting a spade discard
i on one of dummy's diamonds.


In short,.you lose your contract:
whether you takaet.he finesse or
refuse i.I. W teh tife hand was!
actually played. bSuth made his
coanrat*by taking-the finesse in:
a peculiar and deceptive way. He
plitye:f'the quew -T diamonds
from dummy at the first trick.



if the finesse had succeeded
S4th would have drawn trumps
and would have been content to
site up two spade tricks and a
tramp trick if necessary. Since'
tl hand was being plavye at
tupber bridge, South really didn't
e about risking a possible
o trick: he lust wanted to
tnmke sure of his game contract
-4
is it happened. East won the
fipt trick with the king of dia-
i nds. He reasoned that South
c ld not have the jack of dia-
M)d, ,Mf hca h d bad played the
*ifeon of diamonds from dummy
afthe first trick. Apparently it
oaldn't do any harm to return
a.diamond. and it might do a'
lo of good. Hence East returned
tt nine of diamonds.
1rhis was exactly what South
hd hoped for. He won the sec-i
o0d trick with the jack of dia-
m.nds, drew three rounds of
tr mps, ending in dummy, and
emshed the ace of diamonds Ih
oiIer to discard a losing spade.
Naw the defenders could get on-
ly-one spade, one trump, and one
dikhiiod, not enough to defeat
tgsprmtract.


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You are introdug fa buet
to several couples thv Vws evqyr
met. Introduce him Couple-by-
couple, easily atzs 6rWar.y n -..
stead of introducing your friend CXLr I "I. U I g
first to all the women, ad then
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This CARE shipment of 112.50 .pounds of milk powder. a
gift of the American people to the Republic of PanamA,'artfved
in Cristobal today aboard the United Fruit Line's 8.8. Cape
Avinoff. The loading in New York on Sept. 30 showa above
was attended by (left to right) Richard W. Reuter, CARE
Deputy Executive Director: Euseblo A. Morales, head of the
Panamanian delegation to the United Nations; and iuiter-
mo de la Guardia, consul general of Panama.
The milk powder, part of US. farm surplus, and turned
over to CARE by the Commodity Credit Corporation of the
Department of Agriculture, will be distributed by CARE among
Panamanian schools, orphanages, hospitals and similar in-
stitutions as well as especially needy families.
The United Fruit Line has its own share in this gift to
the Panamanian people by transporting the milk powder free
of charge from New York to Panama.


SQUASHY VEGETABLE "HAT'-A graceful sweep of squash j
is modeled by Peter Ieno, a 4-H member of Flemlngton, N. J,
who grew the unusual vegetable himself. Peter is exhibiting the
squash at the New Jersey State Fair in Trenton, N.J,

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: FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Alutomobiles ** *e a* aL* *iib
Wefb Aleoibei Am ing u. Les
S FOP SALE:--Dining-living and bed- FOR SALE:-1949 Buick 4-door S- 2183 Antce C. .
S rom set. 2 blocks fiom entrance dan. good tires, redie, tip-top Ceeo-
Ht Htel El Ponami to El Cangrejo, dittin. Excellent buy. Smot 6 DR. WENDEHAKE Medlcll Clinic.
and one lock to the right. Euse- Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Clera: ICentral Avenue K" street. Cner
bi oA. Moroles Avenue. Gray house Avenue Tel. 800, Colon. I telephone 2-3479. Panoma.
OR SALE:- Misc. furniture, pn .OR SALE:-1946 Oldsmobile Tudor To MIAMI NEW YORK via AEREA
pc!nt sprayer, compressor, motor very gcod condition, wth acces- Big 4-enge plans. O-w
Balboa 41753. series, contact H. Jury. 2137-B to Miami; $70.00 RoundA. Trip
O ALE: Houehold future, Curundu, weekdays,, after 4:30 p $126.00. One-way to New York:
toR SALE: Household fum.iture m. Phone 83-5271. S114.00 Rc.ind-trlp $214.00. See
toys, bi..ndix washer, and other PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
items. Hose 327-B, Coco Solo, FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-dor telephone 2.1655.
phone 583 Coco Solo. Sedan, good tires, motor in pIr-
SPhone Liviroomstsi fct oenditi.n, rtresenly *riced. Fshing tackle, under water equip-
S Livingroom sets (like Smet & Hunnicutt S. A. thk St. ment. rod; and reels repaired.
new) $159.00, Diningroom Tobles Centerl Avenue Tel. 800, Colen. Abernothf. No. 99 Peri Avenue.
and 4 choirs from $28.00, Chif-
forrobes $25.00; Metal rocking FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac Con- FOR SALE
choirs $9.50, Modern Vanities with vertible, many extras. Phone 83-
stool $38.00, Foam Rubber Pil- 5112 see car at 2230, North A Miscellaneou
lows $11.95, (Dunlopillo) Swivel St. Cururu.
S ehtr $18.00, B ars mahoganyn) FO SALE:--1948 Ford Convertible. R SALE: Ccntinuous Fanfold
.00, u ts $18.00 Kitchen priced for quick sale. 'ood motor Biller. Underwood Champion, used.
'Bargain price. Apply Ddstrobuidores
i Cabinets $25.00, brand new coffee $750.00. Phone 3-0399. Bargain price. Apply Distribuidores
S and end tables $19.00, Double beds 5. A. Jos Francsco de Io Ofa 41.
frum $48,00, Wicker settee $8.00, FOR SALEt-1947 Studebaker 4- -
S Guaranteed Gas Stove (4 burners) door sedan, fully reconditined. LEAVING.-Small Baby Grand pia-
$69.00, Cribs (complete) from faed seat severs, eay paymets no i4n perr condition. Telephone
i,0, and many other BAR- fa only $795.00, Ike new. Smt 3-0436, between 12;00 and 2:00
i S in both new and used fur- y Hui ;S. :A. lI0 lett~t p. m
j BCr0: e Centrol .,' Tel. 46O Celon. FOR SALE: Zenith Trans-Oceanic
D!LIVER AT FIRST SMALL FOR SALEI--Z Plymouth '53 Utility Rado. $65. Maybe seen Tuesdys,
SDOWN PAYMENT Station Wagon. Like new. 5,000 Th.rsdays. After 6 p. m. at 168.
S+ousehold Exchange miles. Duty paid. Perfect tires. Vi Porras. Apt. No. 1.
J F. delaOssa No. 1 Sacrifice. PHonr: 3-1697 between FOR SALE:-Brand new gas stoves
(Automobile Row) 9 A. M to 4. P. M, 3.2097 be- for only $140.00. fully uoranteed.
tOR SALE:-One bedroom and one tween 6 P. M. to 8 P. M. Four burners, oven. broiler, storage
diningroon set. No. 10, 46th. St. FOR SALI--1950 Fd Stsoace, porcelain finish. FIRESTONEI
Balio Vist. so.t noew. tOire& Iy. Wh Isttie- "Automobile Row." Ave. Jose Fc.
Belie Viste. 90e. now tir05 *i INbed-).. Ite do a OssJ No. 39, Tel. 3-4563I
TOR SALE: Furniture: bamboo; 2 ic engine, lea ethe r, w N. 3
choirs with innerspring cushions, must be sen to appreciate it. FOR SALE: For two weeks only,
$40 each; matching ottoman, $20; Smeet y HlmuiouIn S. A. 16th. St. "Hortz Mountain Roller" canaries.
2tf"fofflw tables bfre round, 36" Central Avieno.Tet; 8M0, Colon. $5.00 each. Acuarno Troplcl, 55
diameter,' glss top, $40. one rec- FOR SALE:-Morris convertible, 1951 Via Espar'a. Tel. 3-5411.
tangulor, mahogany top,$15. Me- $700. Man's Engliih blcle, size FOR SALE:-Lionel "0" gauge train
tal furniture: 2 chests of drawers, 26, $25. Pa ,e 3-3580. layout. 2 complete sets trains. Ac-
SmimSeach; twin beds with good
ft tresses. $15 each; 2 night FOR SAI-1947 adg Convetible. cssores 25 cycle transformer
stands, $4 each; dresser, $15; just oevrheuled, radio and food ver y excelled condition. Vasor
couch with solid green cover, $20. tires, easy pocket teaching pay- lhe ovffe or w ill conde swa
Dinette table with extensions and mente. Smeet y Hunlicut S. A. hh off or will consider swap
4 rmtching chairs, $40; pictures 16. St. Cetral Av. Tel. 100. r rifles, guns, transportaon,
etc. Telephone Mrs. Stone, C61en. camera or what h6ve you. Clayton
it unp 9.3101. after 1800 Or Qtrs. 2620-A,
r Curundu 7193. FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4 Dooi Caroll.
)R SALE:~-Coldspot refrigerator, De Luxe. New seat coves, rodio, R SALE Rminon Portable
9 cu. ft., 25 cycle, $75.00. Ironing spotlight. new tires. Very good con.
board, $3.00. Albrook 6296. ditlon. 212-B, Pedro Miguel. Phone Typewrter, 30.00. Sunbeam wf-
"+R QUICK SALE HO SEHSOLD 4-506. fle iron. $25.00; Kenmore wash-
WIA QUICK SALE HOUSEHOLD "- ing machine, $70.00; Sewing ma-
FURNITURI FOR SALE;l-1941 Pontoac 2-door chine, pedel,, $0ZO0; kitchen aid
aletulamboo, 5 pleces. practically sedan,; exceilltnf olaii senl miw t mnxe wh qe rinder, $20.00.
Snew. Many odd pieces of white covers, duty paid, best offir over Phone s14 1.
'40b00. 15iingroom set, mahogany $300. Ttiaphone Mrs.
0 pieces. nngroom se, mahowes.ny $300. one Mrs. Stone. Cu- FOR SALE.--Ladies winter clothes.
ad for Teces ad2 Hollywood win topper coat suits, never used size
d for Table. 2 Hollywood FO SALE:-1950 Willys Jeeplter, 12. No. 7 Uruguay street, earner
beds with Sirnmons Springs and excellent condition. Cott Mary Alice nf 47th
E mttresses. Dressing Table. Che6t Arey 2287, L"a Cumbres.
of Drawers. Night Table. All ma- FOR SALE:--Block fur coot size 34.
hgonV. 9 Ft. Frigidare, Gas Stove, P sitia Offred ust out of storage. $40.00. Phone
Kitchen Table with 2 stools. Odds POSIon f er83-2139.
ChmpEn of Ho usenho EuNo tWANTED :-Epriehced salesmen to FOR SALE: Native more, riding
uador Avenue. Friday, Saturday sell on percentage, basis. Cll 800 horse with, new saddle end bridle.
Sunday. end ask for Mr, H. Pretto. Colon. Call 2-3183, Ponrlmi.
SAE:-60 cycle General Elec- Help W anted F R SALE
tric console radio phonograph, 3 .a e, S
speed automatic changer. 1 gallon WANTEDi-Maid for general house- 3S & Motors
60Q ycle electric ice creoamfreezer, work and care of baby. Must sleep Outtbard d b-t, buy sell
aIlctriC automatic deep fryer, 1 in. House 5729-8, Sibert St. Dia- ttroor mtr d botuy seNo
child's tricycle. 2132-B, 6th St. blo, trdat or rplred. A nothy No.
SPhone 83-5279. 99 Petu Avenue.
*SALE: 3 pieces bamboo: 2 WANTED FOR SALE.-1951 Allstate Motor
Snnn -i. W A D Scooter. Ei nt condition nur-


a wir, one setice ,uv.vv. a irse
Lounge. $10.00. Table lamp. House
121-A, Gatun, Tel. 5-333.
iOR~- LE: Mohogany side table,
child's chest of drawers, miscal-
(aneous dishes. Until noon Sunday.
trs. 955-B. Big Tree, Fort Kobbe.
.Tr. 84-4290.
I (R SALE: Diningroom set, com-
Pl#e, No. 75 Justo Arosemeno
?LE:-Livingroom, sofa and
ng chair, slip covered. Rea-
Panama 3-3073.

NTED TO BUY
*UY your used refrigerator and
B *ive you a CROSLEY. Call us at
: 17.CIA CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1793
"Avenide Nacional," near Tivoli
Crqrslng.
aIIANTED-Diesel launch. Telephone
8-2943, Panama.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
OR SALE: Beautiful residence
Socated at Golf Heights, with all
i comforts, well arranged garden, in-
S.te. ir and extedor porchs, 40


,Misellaneous
WANTED TO BUY Smooth tires.
suitable for reconditioning. "RE-
CONSTRUCTORA NATIONAL S.
A." No.-7 Peru Avenue. Telephone
2-0406.
WoulM H e t place bilinguel nurse-
mid wh 'wedod be eveilableb ter
Octab k iar L h195; Ph. ,_


ters .142-B. phone 3281, Albrook,
$117.50.

Miss Tmrlinson
Still Well Ahead
In 'Junta' Contest


23 6. With a totl of 840 votes, aMss
FOR SALE Q. M. clarinet Buffet oall Lynette Tomlnon, continued to
metal. Want small piano cheaply maintain the lead in the contest
Coll Bebea (2) 1589. House 0766 being conducted by the Junta
E, Williamson Place. Femenlna de Beneficencia to
i -- elect a "Slorilta Junta Femenl-
na d1 minemto lo."
Louisiona Lizards by coM ies now occupi
by Wm Hortwia MtiY. with
DONALDSONVILLE, La.. Oct.' vote tblrd place by MLss
9 (UP) Jerry, John and Lance Gontout, with 575
DuYe faced charges tody o the preset, Ms Melba
"nxhblng llw md I# the night
time." Chase, is In fourth place, with
5725 votes; the remaining con-
1. statute paused in 1986 for- testant M be; 'Thelma Ed-
bids catching Louisiana's chame- wa 1rds. Mi Jeanette
lemons at night when they con. Baacombe 20 votes; Miss Glo-
grigate in trees. ris Roa- allb votes; and Miss
The brothers had 600 lizards Elvira Wanr 111fi votes.
when will ife authorities nab- The neat 'lnt of votes i s lat-
bed them. ed for i T at the Ilks Club,
and wffl h-tl ut 4:00 prm. As a
p*De al a.t _oA/ t.lere will be


g reMs 21LEa square nd me e AN MrV
ami. met fnc R AK a floor gCW x the PO-
S Columbia, 8 C. (NEA- ular lada o st qd.1 Ebony
:th cyclone wire. Call telephone SoUth Carolina aWd its oppo- Paraderm U Clark Haywood
.2368. Panamo City. In flstad the 195 loot-t withlBll Mr m Oombo. who
SSALE:--Furnished house in So bll season with 135 tunts wll lBe for dn-
i .Clara 898 feet square" land, each-f-r the ientical yadage inel
op. Phone Panama 3-2949, of -2494. The public g4.rdlally lavlted.
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CARLTON DRUG STORE
10.069 Mel6ndeL Ave.-PhoVqa2b; 0O


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SNo I aLttiry Plan -. Pbone H*


RESORTS
WILLIAM' Sontc Cloral eaeh Cot-
tages. Lerg. comforted modern.
near beach. Balboa 3050 ecept
weekends.
Gramlilh Santq Clpru a ech-cot-
talog Electrk 0ic nb 0, i1 toves
moderate rates Telpeo e 6.441
Gombom 4.567. p w
P411ip. Ocanslde, wabg. Santo
Clara. Box 435 Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Crhtobel 3.1673
Houses on beach. $oant Clara. Also
In COOL Cempan mountains.
Phone SHRAPNIL, Blbeo 1389
or ee cor taker the
Foster's Cottages. One mile past
Santa Clar. Please bring our
linens. Phone Balboa 2.1866
FOR RENT
Houe _
FOR RENT:-Furnished house, wo
bedroom. No. 4, 32nd street.
FOR RENT.-In Bella Vista: two
bedroom chalet, phone 3-1713.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
two room chalet in residential see
lion, opposite race-track. Call Pan-
ama 2-0434, after 2:00 p. m.
FOR RENT


ATTENTION 0. L I Juvte ilt modern
furnished aoprtmenw. one, two0
bedrooms. hot, cold ler. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941 .-
FOR RENT.-New cool partnment
Two bedroom. El Congpeje. To party
interested in buyi 1y modern
furniture for 95Q,. _Cll Jos' i
Ma1rt, Apts. LupitjLPho l e 3-2097
between 5 p. mi. to 7 I. m.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
American couple. 57-9. 36th St.
See it 3:CO to 8:00 p. m.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
ment in Bell Vista. Call 3-0338.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
one room and both, no kitChen.
44th street applyy No. 3, Duque
Avenue.
A couple to shgr an p o rtrment with
lady. 45th Seet Ph 32.
FOR RENi -SqonAv pble. Com.
pletely furnished apartments in
new building conveniently loqoted
near Canal Zone. Each equipped
with brand new refrigerator (7 and
9 cu. ft.) Gas stove. Very reason.
able rents. .Ideal for military per-
sonnel. Enquire at Household E
change (HXI 41 Autombile Row.
Tel. -4911.
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VFI~7 AIR DETACHMENT ENTERTAINS Station, Wednesday afternoon, *
CAPTAIN T. 0. DAHL AND STAFF to honor Mrs. C. R. Mould,
St h Cc who leaves tomorrow for the '
S The Fleet Air Detachment of the Coco Solo Naval Sttion, States, to make her home in
Seemposed of Squadron VP-45 and Fasron 105, entertained with Jacksonville, Fla.
a cocktail party at the Coco Solo Officers Club Wednesday The other guests were: Mrs.,
evening for Captain T. O. Dahl, Commanding Officer of Fleet W. A. Thorn, Mrs. R. K. Y.
.Ai Wing 11, from Jacksonville, Fla., and the members of his Dusinberre, Mrs. R. 0. Stiles,
talf. Mrs. C. R. Hallengren, Mrs. C.
-The staff members included her niece, Mrs. Stanley Ha- A Cain, Mrs. .. Holtzc lw,
SCom$pander H. F. Lloyd, Lt.1milton. Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Robert W. Frye,
Comnander J. H. Burton, Lt.: Mrs. John Surany, of Colon, Mrs. John Kennedy, Lt. Mery
Co drT. H. Casey, Lt..who recently arrived on theangton, Mrs. Henry Deutt,
Co nd F. S. Poella, Lt. Isthmus to make her home as Mrs J N. McCabe, Mrs. John
e Campbell, Lt. R.D. John- introduced' to th6 ladies aithls B. riff in, Mrs. T. R .Per. ,
son Lt. ti.e.en a Lt. Ete i beMrs. Eldridge Hord, Mrs. Mc-#
son,t. 0 C. Tenl*, Lt. T E N. t Intosh Irwin, Mrs. E. A. Davis,
J. lrzan Lt 0. e nfomal Dinner Mrs. L. E. Souders, Mrs. V. W.
R. ACdler HM Srs. E.LinderMrs.'
d. 5, Lt. jg R. I. "ornik. ompliments Visiting And. Adler, Mrs. E. Linder, Mrs.
C man der rank L. De Lo- Departing Officers Charles DeArmond, Mrs. Paul
rene., Commanding Officer o Lieutenant Commander and Long, Mrs. D. R. Woodaide-ufs .
VP 34 from Trinidad, was also Mrs. Eldridge Hord had an i- .. Feder Mrs. R. Meyer,
one e the honorees. formal dinner at their quar- and- Mrs. J. M. Cummings, Jr.
Included with the officers ters on the Coco Solo Naval
rand'their ladies from the De- Station to honor Lieutenant W.
tachment were: Captain and C. Campbell and Lieutenant R. th Zon ins
Mrs.W. A. Thorn, Captain an, Captain T. Dahl onhis re- W ith
LMrs, N. M. Head, Commander cent trip to the Isthmus.
and' Mrs. V. W. Adler and The other guests included:
Comlnander and Mrs. A.L Mac- Lieutenant andMrs. C.R.Mould the Servi
cubbin. The Commanding and who are leaving for the States
Executive officers of the Coco tomorrow, and Lieutenant and
Solo Naval Station and the U. Mrs. R. F. Tucker. (Isthmians with f amily
.. Timbaer, with their la-. S. Wad Auxiliary members or friends inthe
dies. Junior Membership Meeting Ut Armed Forces aret i -
Cristnbal Women's Club The Junior Members of the vited to conrbute to this
Stars Club Year E. S. Wald No. 2, American the Zone Servicemaln Ei- IT "AUdTOa Nt DR- a
Mrs. William Clute, Vice-pres- Legion Auxiliary will meet Sat- ,The PanaSeremanr long to fd to
ident, presided at the opening urday at 1:30 p.m, at. theft A- Box 13,e Panama, -ere. It rain g fter it o 11'o i n car .en
meeting of the club year for merican Legion Hall in Old formation as. to servicen ,
the Cristobal Women's Club, i Cristobal. whereabots, their promo
ich met at th Red Cross Miss Judy Griffon, president, tiwr end ousrpthir prom o-e
Building in Old C a i preside at ths the first letters are of particular.
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. F. meeting of the fall. She re- terest.)
Meehan, the president is vaca- quests all members to attend Photographs are used, but
tionig in Europe. as there will be an election of h no can be returned.
officers. nec "br "turned A
Gtrdenia corsages were pre- ..
aentd the following new mem- Cotillion Club To
Hold Shirmt eei8vt Dance G; r S
ers hwei e introduced to H1 Shrt leeve Dance th Ga m o
the ,ladies at this time: Mrs. Running in competition A.th a a era a
Albert Wilder, Mrs. A. L. Lo- the present weather, the Wash- Gets Comb t Bqdge
gan, Mrs. Roger Swain, Mrs. ington Cotillion Club is spon- ComC bat B e- -
PrIfnAs Bennett, Mrs. C. W. scoring a Shirt Sleeve dance in I.R "
Lewi, Mrs. John W. Dwyer, the ballroom of the Hotel WITH THE 2D INFANTRY .
Mrs.; R. L. Sullivan, Mrs. J.Washington,tomorrow starting DII. IN KOREA Pfc. Daniel
T. Ptersen, Mrs. William Han- at 8:00 p.m. A. Rowe, 22 son of Mr. and Mrs. :4 ...
nigao, Jr., Mrs. C. 8. McCor- Members are invited to come James Rowe of Gamboa, was
ma, Mrs. .Perry Francey an and ba sk in -the Caribbean recently awarded the Combat ONE JET FLIESA 9-29s-ThWs giant w,9 with it own en~ .
.Mrs J A. Robinsoan Breezes, while dancing to the'Infantryma nBadge for active, g es dead and propellers eathred, is flying at 1 mh osq hi .
ujds for the Philanthropy strains of the Royal Sultans. partiipation In ground action. ,p. of s single jet engine.over Schenectad, N. Ti ..
Committee were raised by the .- wth the 2d Inantry Division sGE's "Flying Labotory, here used to demo
ladies donating pennies for the Mrs. Mould Complimented in Korea before the cease-m_,i n strength of GE's.new J-.73 j0t engine. The
aumber of inches they measur- With Dessert Party I ~46H Sabrejet lghterr plw loan at more m an ph.
ed at the waistline. Mrs. R .-L. Mills, Mrs. W. E Pvt. Cl. Rowe an-automatic 1
M. Antonio Alberola made Thompson, and Mrs. J. J. Zar- rifle gunner in Company L of a
Slatge, pink, horseshoe-shaped -riello were hostesses for a the 23rd Regiment, entered the s
wo~b~ y Mrs. Lesleigh Davis. party given at the Mills resi-sed basi. ln at Frt : an bean College Club I
Milton Cookson lead the dence on -the Coco Solo Naval N. J., before joining the 2d Dlvi-
uu singing accompanied byi ----- -- "so VP
3.d. J. Peterson. _- a raduate-fGamboaP ars
A beautifully appointed tea E I tm3LS ,hool a graduat- V a o n
s erved following themeet- rince Akhi Ends rh S O an
t :gby Mrs. George' Zimmerman City as a m .evllanM. 0 -
ad committee. She used Ci as a civilian interesting and stnuln of law. He wet-to o umr
k arnations and bachelor vS Io M Tour program planned .or Tuesday University
-A he "- o Codwnll P ri ktof heir to' itldb bIdoo m nub Vto7d 9.0.p.mIntbe-nt
f theloral clubroom A $w hours earli, Ak e~ith Work." .their,* um f e.etn w ee
CroWdnsday v- whad taken ofPrince Akilito, heir oetoC ie Pel Am-eoe Te s eIi
r t honor theirs costume es te Japanese throne, took off ~Ct foPr) Ih rt are cordially.Inuted.
ach r and c Hoame oluf u t overheat, ending a montheeTgk formal pnel discuson s to be ~. o (S ad

igzressed ier as- tour oh the United ,'"held on the dmportddt subject:ento-re. Alt.
at ao her. o n. fled as the otrme One's Life of CrtoblAIgh .. a 1
s honor their rushees. r ht had ,to turp,~BiCk be gr a,'4 9 (UP)uv "
emi~roand gU6st came of an overheated arvge
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-e a-- Jerry swing, arod b e ti
tlng RL ., ... I a P, va reie- Qeor on
tin ou W011,Va to t*ht]4^g a-Ldo; rbte e'd.Ito
nsa, Holber*V a .W-the- JA E to ..a down boa
othy lereford, Mary Aver- standby :plane, L and his cha
, Via Pillot, and Anita retinue went to a. speCla room In a aeecRarking hia .po- chm antt
thoer at the airport to wait. He ate liticial and ial comeback I Tere w"
he hers present were: sandwiches and chatted with a er six en o UlnS Eden! n wr a
IB er, Mtife" Birtlett, members f.ila retinue until the cald for meeting or con- nsdeb.
rjly er, Edith Clbs,' Jd' other plane wsr ready .. erence-.hich seems to be prac- speakers
ey, De Val, Leneve PAA ofcl e the ticable or rofhtable" toward mipte
G esia .': Trudyv rod n 6w ,wi ea v ane lt intrna tensions. mary of
oHa.wtbot g Kath- 1^t., seq He d thee .YIs certainly success .b
Jean .fu d g e, rooma ta.in foreign policy w
S tolo Nanfe Ram-, of the Crown n eti i assi.re "the t vets that we
S Serger, Mary Dan- and other pas gers ~ selves do not threat e their erlt these a
on, r-t Howell, Je The departure of the second, ano thaten their clty" may qu
rgaret Howell. Jesse The n aa asaid, "we are working on shrt
d -ji rois Shannon... iane waq without inddent. [ .we hea g on tt t ..
Lois Shannon. di Before leaving. Akklhto thank- that, to-ee, in what form such questions
Senoyed during. ed his 'manv friends and well- assurance miht be ge." bu qusi
evening. after which W ishr In Americr" or their Thhe -suar-old Eden dd not "Mrs
nts were served. warm friendship and sincere say whether such assurances
S- hosaltaity.v" might take the forn of a non-
Ui I Compilmented Akihito arrived M the United ag:esslon pact between the So- to
SParty States Sept. 8 after attending:viet and the West as proposed felt
.wearngen was the coronation of Queen Eliza- ob West German Chancellor clarf
bu a canasta andlunch-! beth and touring western Eu- Konnad Adenauer. But .it has ct .
ai ht asing sosqe .4
g. at her' Gatun resl-ropean countries. He visited most been reported that such plans their fus
ils Wednesday, to honor major cities in the country. arq' afoot, and Eden's reference The rf
arey Campbell. of Jack-I spending a week in the San seemed plain. Them2x
Il, llinois, who Ls visiting Francisco area. memra ns
Th speech kcnynded Bden's hu,c
c. comebackk as unchallenged po-1, l Coa
__ ._ '- Illtical heir to Prime Minister ended
Wi.iston Churchill. Chancellor! d
SA of the Exchequer R. A. BuUtler and Dilo
STNo. 3 man In the Conservative andrRift
OD GLAMOURW T OV I YOURDESSIERT S government, confirmed to re- Dr. RaPi
porters today that Eden remains field of
th No.1 successor to Church- aMo ma
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Traces of his long illness. Eden mo mater,
delivered a vigorous apeech to Montr.ol.
an eudlencu of more than 4,000 education.
at the Colnervdtye Party's an- the English
nual convention. dean of w
lBe described Britah's foreign d Zone iun
policy in two parts: versitie Ju
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strength of the -Wter al- egineerig
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our alliance dfe0rslin, t char- The HoCba
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SERSKINE JOHNSON strecan bLc : tlhe cosmopoll-
By ERSKINE. JOHNSON tan and cultural background of
S -- o --Edward Q. Rqbinson. who finrt
OILYWOOD (NEA) -Exclu- Montmartre," based on the life attracted attetion In films a a
1ely Yours: Three-dimension- of the French painter, Degas. crs'ling g pn. ,UMn
movies lured back to theaters Leslie Caron and Cyd Charisse' Behind -tb 'w Ps enarls
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ritths ago. It was the film in- mas ter sti degree ftm Cngu
btry'a fiat panic-stricken bar- The boys in London are growl- ,lu ia Von er nty; tha in eiht
against home-screen TV Ing out loud over the number of h-oroug~ nver Sn ei
homnp e-scth ren noT in1 outhe loud thr We n o ord umartaae Gorr
ertWanment. Hollywood heart stirrers who are man, iSlpnh, F~errlnch.. Ital2m,.
But, '.ide-screen motion-ple- grabbing Brltih movie jobp. The Yid dis nidof course. American
tes Inot requiring .glasses will ist includes: English; the art connoissetu
ep them there. Richard Basehart, whos In w ho ose collection of pantingsi t
Put a black wreath on the 3- "The Stranger's Hand"; Bill among the most famous in the
9t. also put a black wreath on age," Alex Nicol in "The House music: avid reader of literary
tion pictures that are not in on the Lake," Cornel Wilde in works; world traveler.
Sepic-supercolossal league. "Star of India" and Alan Ladd, .I
w thet "Mhe Robe," in wide- due to make his third British .Robinson, stiarrnghwithpPaulet-
een CinemaScope, is a coast- movie, "The Black Night." t- Goddmrd n 81 SoLeser'.f mie
coast boe office sensation, rent production "Vicen bSuaE'
Ilywood's.future is clear-and Nov. 27 is the date on which onening Oct. 15th at the CO
the future I predicted Susan Hayward and Fox will el- Theatre isn't "Little aesar
ntbhs ago. other part company or march a- anymore. Quite the opposite, hea
The film Industry's long-time long together for another year. cast as a detective on a v
rui Outtput of from 400to 600 Susan is one of the last movie squad.,
n as year, only a few of them queens to be drawing a $6000- ecember 12o 3,'hes fa
bd, will be cut to perhaps 30 or per-week salary. December 12, i andhis faw
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These will be epic dramatic
Iries With huge casts such as
bhe Robe" and lavish musical
ws like thb soon-to-be filmed
klahomar There can be only
mendous sets of natural scen-
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gy glaring fault in "The Robe"
even overshadowing a waver-
focus imperfections- is its
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But 'a to is "a.
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am idarie and ecodleso
4 silted to big screens, plus
e eatreitly booming tT0lfim
bduotia ,l .. -,- ,.. ..
television will dish up home-
teen entertainment in quantl-
but Hol1ywood will concen-
Ite on quality for theaters.
LIR-RAISING
Milestone note: Charles Boyer
leaving off his toupee foP
Bnd Sir," his Broadway plaw
th Mary Martin.
Domestic woes are once agalrp
king the Mario Lanza hou.e'
Id, with Betty Lanza keeping
pipped upper lip about the
le thin.... The much pub-
d Dbnald O'Coiinot-Marl-
Xrskine romance adds up to
ndshlpoth o, to the same
c anhim
tnk- fo t ,
re with a TV producer;
MOw wn w nl pend. ,00, on


TODAY


"Virginia Judge" of vaudeville,
has written his autobiography.
It's titled "Of Me I Sing."
CALM, COOL, COLLECTED -
Today's double take: Dean
Martin took along 'his putter
and a supply of golf balls when
alerted by the obstetrician at-
tending his wife. While the
stork transacted business in the
delivery room, Dean whiled a-
twa h tie time-by *putting in- the
hospltar'WAltlt' ro' .tfor f
thera. ..
Ruth Roman and Cbrinne Cal-
vet.. whobarely nodded during
production of "The Far Coun-
t" at Jasper National Park, are
Atill barely nodding now that the
company is back in Hollywood.
Jeff Donnell picked up her fi-
nl. dvorce decee and everybody
ar rb6a 1fo themn to get mar-

. J alRlday left her a aido
1 iher nidthe and~
ba Cl and 2asheda
,t rehearse
act with Pter
S'. .
aIld S
the'
SOf America, Clashed iIt
AWhen the actor ralied a
rumpud about hii h otCl accom-
miodations for the Vehice. Film
Teatlyal.

w na a we an meet a a na who
fook' her straight tn the e*,
hlte'd better do something absut
her wur.


PANAMA CITY

THEATRES

PresMl,


LUX TROPICAL
G .*ic 9* WIDESCRUEN
Gay and 'Musical I *
4pcetaclel On the Sreen at 1:00 p.m.
"CALL, ME MA AM" AuA .Muray, in
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In TECHNICOLOR!
Alo: -
kt 8.:5 p.m. on the Stage:


IL EMBER
'TME MAGiCIAN


very young. W n 11 e aitendM9
schobo in New York City-he en"-
tertEined the idea of becoming
a elergman. He also thought of
law as a profession and wound
up by joining the Navy in the
First World War.
Back from service. Robinsodr
chose acting as a profession and
made a hit in vaudeville in. a
skit written by himself called
-"The Bells of ConscienCe."


'Guaracheros' i Barbershoppers To Rehearse Show
n Will Perform --
All members of SPEB8QSA This is not a dress rehearsal.
RBa k1 ou d n Colon Day have been requested to be at the Members are reminded thkt,
SBalboa Theater at noon tomor- the theater Is available for only'
The most famous musical row, when the first act of the 45 minutes so they must ,be
group of the Republic of Pana- forthcoming Second Annual Quar- prompt.
S. ma, the Guarachros "compar- tet Parade will be rehearsed.
Ssa," will make a typical presen-
tation on November 5, Colon's
Day at 2 p.m.. commemorating
the golden jubilee of the Repub-
lic, by giving a command per-
formance in honor of the gov-
Zone authorities.
"camisilla de Veraguas," a genu-
ine Panamanian garb, and willOCTOBER SAL
be led by their queen, Cynthiai
1st and directed by the founder,

rancisco my Band. STARTS TOMORROW
71st Army Band


uano enfesion Is what Detec4c edward G. Robnaqn rings


Sw ent further in the legiti- out of gangster aa*m wfiums, wnuK n. i...o. yTuw 'Nw.
mte theatre and appeared on. This take place in new crin '-drama, "Vlee SQLsa,"
te ther T eatreGd which opens next Thursday: 151th at the Central Theatre
tes ays for the The maovtre ul though United A-tists release.
_"I"e Brothers Karamaz,,,._
'.Th Man With the Red Hair,"
"Jnsez and Maximilian.' "Peer pictures and since has had many wagner and George Gershwin
Ont," "The Adding Machine," notable,.. starring performances preerably. He cannot. play an
*"ie W rebraDnd.. "The Deluge" to his credit instrument himself but he will
and o hen. Outside of collecting, Robin- sit at a player-piano for hours
Soon after he entered motion son's chief hObby "is music and play his favorite music rolls.


Singer Haymes
Forgets Debts
In Ala. Lotus Club
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 09
(UP) Singer Dick Haymes,
who fled from part of his finan-
cial troubles in Philadelphia, ar-
rived here today to open a.three-
night engagement at the subur-
an Lotus Club..
SHaymes, recently wed to ac-
tress Rita Hayworth; refused to
grant interviews after he reach-
ed a hotel with -is manager. He
told newsmeA to coma back later
because' he needed some sleep.
Miss Hayworth did not accom-
pny her husband whio left a
niglft lubi'Monday n -Phtladel-'
phia where, revenue- agents at-


'Tia And Fred' differentt countries. where they
LNf AIM alFUrI have continually. delighted audi-
ences In a varied, aPpearance
A alalr schedule including TV, Supper
|Al albo hClubs,. Theaters. and other, spe-
cial gatherings.
Balboa Theater Management
announced today the booking o With Zita playing Bass Fiddle,
the popular "Zita and Fred" for and Fred the.accordion and gui-
one performance only, Saturday tar, Balboa audiences are due
and Sunday, starting at 8:35 for a fast few minute$ of popu-
p.m. lar musical numbers, a song or
This popular musical cOmedy two, and some top notch comedy
team, presently oh tour. former antics.
several years ago in Belgium and The feature picture presenta-
has since perf6rmned in over 20 tion at Balboa is "Houdini" star-
SrinA Tb6y Cuftis. There will be
tached his total salary to apply, no inTreaae in diission prices.
on a:tak debt.
Other creditors eal al meed
Hkyjea .ow s them $180,000.-
Whezn faymrni left, Phhadeiphla
hewe it "ouKof-ths utiiadietioa -'
'of 1hternalrevenue agents there.


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Io Play For Dance
At Balboa YMCA
The 71st Army Band will fur-
nish the music for the dance
scheduled to take place at the:
Balboa Armed Services Y.M.C.
A., tomorrow from 8:00 to 11:00
p.m.
All service men of the area are
cordially invited to attend. Serv-
ice wives also are welcome and
may obtain guest passes in ad-:
vance from Abble de Linares at
the program office.
The "Y" offers dancing, fun,
and refreshments every Satur-
day night.
Lovely junior hostesses offer
the necessary chit-chat and se-
nior hostesses preside at the
homelike refreshment table. The
"Y" hopes every service man will
make the Balboa Y.M.C.A, his
"home away from home."


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A select field of five evenly-matched Class "B'
i ported thoroughbreds are scheduled to matct
s ides in the featured $750 seven furlong sprint al
t Juan Franco Race Track tomorrow afternoon.
Thts race, which will be the the unjustly suspended .:olom
fifth on the program, should be blan jockey Oscar Maauera a
a thriller from start to finish. board Newminster while Emnli
Valley River, an Impressive win- Darlo will guide Homeland an
Ser of a classic for the track's Guillermo Sanchez takes Chilea
est three-year-olds and trium- saddle artist Jose Bravo's usual
hant 9ver Jaquimazo in their place aboard Coynes Edgar.
ast meting, will be ridden by
ce jok4ty Blas Aguirre. Jose Newminster, under perfect
Reyes, iho at times is competent handling by Mazuera, score,
as the best, will guide Jaqul- convincing victories over Jaqul
Inezo. mazo and Homeland, respective
SValley River and Jaquimazo ly, in his last two outings. How
shape up as the two top conten- ever, his added impost plus th
ders in the race, although New- absence of Mazuera have steerei
n~inster winner of his last two the "experts" away from tho
starts and Homeland have al- stout-hearted little grey.
been performing well enough
bring home the bacon. Coynes In the final analysis, the ex
Edgar, which is steadily improv- nprt- onine that it will he a two
Ine, rounds out this classy field. "'* hattie between Valley Rive'
Albino Ubidia will replace nr- Jamoimazo with Coynes Ed-
---- as the possible uosetter.
S' other interesting .races
fAlong The Fairwaoy! ~~'-ling some real wide opera
-'--'lers, are also included or
S-- "e card.
Wednesday night the drawings
ere held for the pairings of the
artinz-Espinosa Brookline Golf
ornament which begins to-
orrow at the Panama Golf
lub b.
i Lorenzo Romagoza and David
Hiellman Jr. were the witnesses
#with Baby Lorenzo Romagoza Jr.
ta':ing the pairs out of the hat.
SThe prizes consist of four
beutiful Hamilton watches, and
efuores Manuel EXplnosa and
Lo ils Martins must be congra-
uted for their fine gesture in
-nsorine this tournament.
ITh pairings are as follows,
Tffhi handicap allowed:
4a t Duran & Dr. .Earl Ger-
pans (23 .vs Gabriel Galindo &
Bp uel Lewis G. (28).
.ressto. de la Guardia Jr. &
AlerPo EAlem.n Jr. (07) vs Louis
b( tr)s. lc~niuel Arhaizn (r2).
7e9me de 19 j'uarra & & er-
B do 011v (90) v% P. L. Deh-
ipr.er & Charles Howell (20).
John Westman &f Agustin De
Mena (311 vs Rarnon' Martinez
& ,es.r CamTa.3ani (33).
Torspmo pnmgloza & Pedro
IDt o (29) vs RsJul Arango & Raul
Ar-"-o Jr. (23).
o l nc e Orte-l a & yim Ridge.
(32) vs Anibal Galindo & Carlas
So" d (24).
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S- sume. their winning ways when-
der .1 vs. C. Pa& RorigueSb n I"part of.,a colorA
rv Rodrigl h 126). picture in dense follies, but
r ,oberto A.-'1rein a t fr icf uintet 6ot the B4 r th ff,e P
AiWte ha (2) vs 1 el More nior pBasketbail iege at
b tr. a rfael de Mfi'.(2' cal gm, Wt ght.
Ma International toxin
avey (211 vs iMaarice Muller Te wn higligted wby ex-
'-e Y. Beod (23). op Matches. (NrA)
stwelle Arias *k.RRobrtNoeve ----
mSv -va w. R. *Mulligan & APogus
J.ohney r(4).' L
.b ovs N. de d 1no n Ouardia I ah 0Pr
Vades (23).recen weeks
oeLed by a -point contribution
Erb eIfs" tfrpm their ce shooter, Arturo
t rAgard, the Delmonido five 're-
sumed their winning Ways when
BOXING they trounced the busy Starlight
rhe dates have been set for quintet 65 to 47 in the Paraiso
werld championship bof- Junior Basketball League in the
world championship local gym, Wednesday night.
e International Boxing The win, highlighted by ex-
sars Welterweight Cham-
Eid Gavilsn will defend cellenrt team work by such play-
Johnny Bratton of ors as Carlyle Clarke. R. Lloyd.
oon November 6. The V. Ford and 0. Maynard.. wr
will be announced later the best 'performance of the Del-
ln be announced Bratton in monico team in recent weeks.


iatamweight Champ Jim-
Carathers will defend a-
t eanry "Pappy" Gault in
fe, Australia on Nov. 13.
is manager Chris Cline
Sthe Spartanbuar, South
I bantamweight will
Sfeer Autralia next week.
.;New York middleweight
Nkrent ies expected to
key L rent.of France
Piewuber second in New
E. berint upeet Marv Ed-
T Tuesday night in New
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The losers played fine ball in
the first, third and fourth quar-
ters. They made just two points
less than their opponents in
these stanzas, but their showing
in the second period was very
poor.
Their top shooter. Roberto Ji-
menez. was the only player to
hold his* own against the on-
slaughts of the: opposing team.
Jimenes pulled i0oigh for 10
points to lift his total in the
circuit to 127 for second position
in the standings for high point
Honors.
Paralso's girls junior hiah
--hool volleyball team had its
--t 1953 taste of inter-schools
-netltion when they lourney-
crt to La Bore Thursday after-
noon. The girls. after three hec-
tic sessions, took the verdict.
The representative squad from
Paralso included captain Elma
Stewart. vice-captain Olive La-
,mont. Jear Couloote, Veronica
*WflIker, Pergle Farquharson,
,OlqrWa Broos. Anita Griffith,
C;-cX anes. Isa GaGoodrich.
19hMeFb*k1@i,*lorIa Fields and
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P.. Horse Jockey' Wit. COMMENT ODDS
1st Race "D" Native 1 MilePurse: $a00.00 Pool cloacs: 1t:45
First Bate of the Double
1-Manolete V. Browa 10tlx-Nothing of late 15-1
2-Dixlana I. Enrftue 112 -Back In form 3-1,
,3-Yoslklto 0. Cost. 109 --ood.recent races 3-1
4-Amazona C. Igledsa 114 --Usuai y lose up '-.
5-Annie N F. Ro',107 -Apparently off form 8-1I
6-Proton A. Gop.. 0tx-Nothin to recommend 20-:
7-Bijagual G. ft. 106 -Abovehead now 15-1
8-Don Jaime J. Phil. 118 -Should win in mud' -4

2nd Race "F" Native %. Fpi.Purse: $275.00 Pool elm: 1:15i
Second Race of the Double
1-Malaya F. Ildal. 108 -Brilliant, against ue 2-1.
2-C. Linda A. Gonv. 96x-Muddy track apecrtt .10-1
3-D. de Mayo V. BroW 101x- -Seems hopeless ease 30-1
4-Enriqueta R. L. Gil 10 --Rates fair chance 3-1
5-J. Huincho E. Orte. 100x-Could scorb at price -1:
.--Mufieco A, Y_ 10x-Needs plenty help 10-4
7-(Volador J. Bra' 115 -Could win again '2-'
8-(Duque T. Gongo. 100x-Forget about him :. 2-1

3rd Race 'Non-Winners' 4%O Ft.Purse: 50.00M Pool clai : 1:45
ONE TWO ,
1-Carmen G. Grael 112 -Has early speed 10-1
2-Don Rafael F. Rose 108 -Rates good chb$ce :S 4-1
3--onia D. J. Bravo 110 -Promiaing filly 4-1
4-Don Wende R. L. Ol 112 -Could upsetCinaat -I
5--Canasta A. Ubidia 114 -Everything Indicates -

4th Race "E" Native 7 Fge.Purse: -$75.00 Pool esoes4 iS
QUINIELA
1-W. Fleet S. Bryan.llix-Doesa't figure 30-1
2-M. Matru O. Cast. 115 -Rates first chance even
3-Villarreal A. Ycaza 102x-Field too strong 8-1
4-Diana V. Brown 101x--arly speed oniy I-1
5--Puego B. Aguirre 115 -Will fight it out, 2-1
6-(Miranda, M. Arose. 114 -Nothing to indicate 5-2
7--(Don Grau E. Silve. 118 --lDangerous contnderr 5-2

5th Race "D" Imported 7 Fip.Pura: $750.00 Pool 'loues -2:55
1-C. Edgar G. Sn. 110 :-Improving steadily 5-11
2--Womeland E. Dbri 1 if -CbRild win in upset' 5-1
3-V. River B. Amdirre 112 -PorMt indicate : even
4-Newminster A. Ubidia 118 -Needs Mazuet 10-1
5-Jaquiniao J. Reyes 116 -Hard to beat: 32

Sth Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.Purie: $50.00 Pool eloes: 3:25
First Race of the Double
1-Vampiresa J. Jime. 113x-Jockey, u, usual 5-1
2-Delhia 'Mena R. 102x--Netds better rider 15-1 A
3--Dracp.' E. Alfaro ll2x-Not interested 20-1
4-C. Green 0. Castl. 115 -In good form "w i even w
5-Forzado' A.Enriuue 110 -Rates slim chance 5-1 0
6-Verticordia A; Men, 108 -Improving aloly: '*: 10-1 1
---Corsta Vl, *C 116 --In-and-outer 5-1 4
8--A. Maidi < F. Hdal. 108 -Chance in mud 5-1


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--Florera F.. Edal. 110 -
3--Newbridge J. Bravo 115 -B
4-New Ilotk V. Cauti. 110 --eehi
--ranero F. Roe 115 -U
6-Bedlam B. Agulrre 115 -Jq
7-Discovery J. Baeza 108 -C
8-Flambaro A. Mena 108 -
9-(Mr. Foot A. ,Uoldia 110 -Usu
10-(T. Dauber C. Iglesias 110 -GOod


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BELORADE, Oct. 9 (UP) Plamn 4i Amerlda W an-
Police and firemen using high- euers O
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thing crowds from the Unl off he or
ted States Embassy thday in,the A and a ft oe- .
second day of violent c ples.
S prA aotests against whe- I, ar l -
American decision to hdad er M a v
STrieste Zone A to Italy, o sa
Bhops closed at noon lso the slavISI ang .m th .
w workers could Join demonstra Polls called' at
tions which the autitoritimles
said must be orderly..
Si f b b But a crowd of 3,000,' armed wr
T' "WATERCOLOR DONE IN MEXICO is one of. the collection with rocks and clubs,- surged. an ln omnis o at
n4.. ,,n tings by Roger Morrow to be displayed at his fardiell. the United Statest Embassy In eWshln
S one-man show starting tomorrow, which like other American andgovernmento
t '!AI British buildings in' Belgrade A will be t erO f
-r and other cities was damaged in "at the.uarllet V i 1. 1e
So eres violent demonstrations yester- date"r I iae t
AMerCas FealilreS da. drof weeks 'd Tuo-M
Police, sw In1ng luand the slavia angry.at;
OW A des On Pana back the crowd in a 15-minut clals4ped thabt withet M
melee with the aid of firemen A Italian t dal Mi 0 B
Two interesting articles com- who turned on high-presue ocu byt
memorating the 50th antver- hoses from a truck. friendly rec
sary of the Reputic. bf Panama Marshal Tito's government at twe the two l ~ on the
appear in the October Issue of an angry protest to the iis future of the ritto area mayWf
s f "Americas"--monthly mapartne States and Britain announcing be possible when tUmperm h ave
J VIUa *ISIan Of the Pan American Union ow that it "will not reconcile itsel" cooled. N o
available on local newsstands. to the delivery of Zone A o tth E lr any event, it wa es m- I
Italians e at e I"fee ad ht
,A. one-man show of water Loading sugar cane in Panaina Yugoslavia "will take all Brtain we ed to
t'I byi Roger Morrow will is also depicted on the front measures at its disp sa to pul out thU as
P tomorrow at the Morgan cover, with W lose-ups of pre- protect lts interests," the pro have kept
gp house gallery on Frangl- Colombian 1l eagles on the test sad. e of :
wl, street I Zo inside frod A 1> A direct .aV Ia y IT toA .". iT Wla I"
SJ is the artist's farewell inld t uteddNati seuripty lied Tilr
since he will leave the -The leads article "Salute to Council was fdreca. te, T
within the 1ext two Panama on itg 50th Birthday," In Trieste, .Co unrat-led IS- toe e1 A hL
is by Rodrigo Miro. ber leaders trbafl.ted a 'S leau de i
I lqd t the exhibit will be eral strike'throughes t Zone A. soldiers* mw f
wZtoloors of Santa Clara .it is followed by an article on In antcipstio. of violence private au bile and
t El Vafle,.Santa Ana, Pa- "The and and the People" -- there, United ets and British rato' tat. civa l at P.
d several views of Mex- Thtimate Glimpses of Panama," troops weep i t a n t Ih alert. jlem .
S .and New Orleans. authored by Angel Rubio. British trooW were confined to nti- llle fiee f irile
an architect who re- barracks aexept when on duy. throughout u ugla a -
S arlledi s serv-
Iyears hu made t an- t C H G Ea -
t' visit P a iN EOPARD CAN'T CHAaNGE ITS SPOTS BUT
and Mexico after. a short CAI
in Colombus, Ohio.
~~a awell-known artist wais
' racthive in the Calial Zone
At.,.. League of whieh he was
Sdd1 at one time. l
- 0_atin will t ayilable atE ARM Y IS C
eratl prices.
The Ariny is i' the process of tions. Py grades will remain the The bal. dM'i
.- making sweeping revisions in its ,ame and the top two grades of the Arm I- th
S NCO structure which are sched- specialists probably will retain leader
AiH hng ul.led to goe td effect In the Ar- NCO privileges. Clal. is ar
A t ne.y by Jaiuary 1, 1954, accord- The Buccaneer's went trative
itir to information received from oh.. T72a
eArmed Forces Press Service in The special i eulatl gov- ap
V4WIRate oMe New York. earning the sweeping change is te
'The news broke locally in to- expected to be in Army 0-1 tqgo7.
L- day' iSmue Of the USi Armry I- hands by Oct. 15 for staffing. ly 1 r i
e'ollections foa local-rate ribbean's newspaper, The Buc- Here are tbe new ranks under 5 ..' -
by r payroll deduetil6n cancer. consideration and how they cor- l.
hangd Tfrom a monthly ArmI Chief of "Staff, Gen. respond to their present coun- be
period beginning Matthew Ridgway, has already terparts.
lp p ey period of Nov. I to apprseCd preliminacry plans and
tk. announced yesterday revised TO Es will be sent to Pay NCO Speelaliled of
fHeights;. field d comm qds soon. Grade Grade Grade i id
sbcange is being inade to .The plans call for .separating E-7 M/Slt. pr. Spee. pr
deductions for ]da)-rate all present NCOs having com- E-. 6 Sfe. 1/cf. Spec.
eas' nore evenly- everpay mend responsibilities from their E-5 St. .2/c 8Spee. si
and give employea0 a peciallst counterparts, giving E-4 Cpl. 3/cf 8pec. lot
stant take-oe py e latter entirely new designa-
S will be made iin -- -
ideductions fide epa. o-..
pr electric current, Stoves,
Sthe adoption of the bi S
deductions of rents, the
eu o re g SPECIALISTS, LIKE SH ORT
is will be placed on o n a
basfsq. The el"',e will So the soclalist is to appear WhElher the-new ratings will War
,ept. that Incol-rite em- imong us once again muses the be as colorful is a matter of of
will have their first pay Buccaneer, under the above some doubt.
in. vemner free of de- headline. They have been out We can be sure, however, that
a rent. since 1948 and the specialist the Heraldic Branch and its
I ehek to be' -dellvered was then only represented by group of designers is having It'g
es o, trnvemn4" 24 uind the Tech Sergeant. biggest tlela day since the in- OD
e!ve the rent d euctin1r Back in 1918 the categories ventlon of the patch. er
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.on-the r onthlv bpsis geant and Chief Tzumpeter. and the Iossibilitiles are in- sure
the mroth pf October "And in 1923 there were spe finite. One can only s Pculate. P
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