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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: AA00010883:01742
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BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Oct.10 (UP) Prneside '
Tito moved troops and armored remiforceni ent into
Yugolatv arc of disputed Triee tsedy and server
virtualiebft u on on the U ipd d e "t.0nd BrItAUh.
accept a6 new proposal for cotrof of thi disputed
ritory. .
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cept the Anglo-American plon to hInd over Zene Aw
Tnreste to. Italy.
American and British tauks and tmeps drmw ii .
position just acrs the ier dividing the two mia, t.
guard all roads lding to tke Yugoslv-eccped aw '.
and as a precaution against disorders.
Tlto's t oos rolled fn u 4,000 --- a.
Communist-led workers In the
Ano-American zone of the
territory staged a 24-hour r e-J teIl'
test strike against the parton
plan. The demonstrators, 5pU
dominantly Italian, demnt
that all Trieste t'rritoileryf Chaen
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tWaT. on POf N.Y. d Mnr. Oktl., w suffered cuts an her ment under no c
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S r. Carrold, fot Mopo -rettl, ProivdKee. IR I, who thon. Thby Md t
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SMder West Point, N.Y. her; sa Mrine St. Neil u hopra of vsto et a
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THE MAIL BOX
The Mail eBox nn open forum fo readers of The Peam Amer.
(ie. Lettrs aer received *iatfully end ore handled his webol cof.l-
dentiel meaer.
if yme camn bfte a leatt don't be impaflit i it doost appea the
u lasy. L ea publised ia the oer received.
Pleae ton t kee the letters limited to** e p lemtlh.
Identy of ette write Is ihM n ld tictM t co.nldece.
This. pewspep ar ssme no responsibilityy ftr ateameatI s eopais o
eMpressed ia 4ltters lfrm raeeamrs
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Crown Colony

ACROSS 5 Air raid
British rown alarms
SBritsh crown British coin A
colony used here
8 Antiquated 7 Onager
11 Small space 8 Asteriskt
* 13 Made a home, 9 Bristle 6 *
as a bird 10Paradise
14 Lender 12 It has an -
15 Handed of 224,960
187 Is (Lattn) square miles 26 Variety of 42 Wiles
17asten anew 13 Its capital, chalcedony 43 Possessive
SacL -, is famed 27 Century plant pronoun
20 Loiter for big game 28 Brood of 45 Genus of
121 Gets up bunting pheasants willows
25 Hawaiian birdl I t has 29 Plant part 46 Stout string
12 Without (Fr.) irrigation 31 Most facile 47 Gaelic
30 Bewildered 21 Grate 38 Zealous 49 Golfer's '
31 Low tide 22 Small island 39 Large plants device
S32 Dismounted 23 Chair 40 Eternities 51 Weight of
33 Lath 24 Consumes 41 Demolish India
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SDEER BAGS HUMAN,--46 seconds after he hit a deer which
was crossing the highway' near Salt Lake City, Utah, Jesse
;" James Scott, father of two.children, died in this mess of twisted
Steel which was once a .iew car, a4 It smashed, out of control,
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CENTRAL

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CENTRAL TECHNICOLOR RELEA
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Connectcut Senator
CHICAGO. Oct. 10 (UP -
Sen. Prescott Bush (B-Conn.)
said today that It world tension
i=a Idoes not Increase In the next few
months. Cuneres should be ehle
SE! to "lighten the burden of the
American taxpayer."
Bush told the American Life
convention an annual meeting
of Life insurance company rep-
resentatives, that the adminls-
u' tratlon is slicing fat from the
defend program without "cut-
tinr into the muscle."
"Substantal savings already
have been made. and I believe
that more economics can be a-
hieved without Impairing euen-
11ti strength," he said.
"If this Is done. and If world
tension does not increase in the
next few months, am hopeful
that Conres, when it recon-
veens. will be aet to lghten the
burden of the-Ameriae taper -
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BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
A lot of initial alarm was voic-
ed when Lester Pearson, ft ma
day's Secretary of State for Ex-
-ternal Affairs, suggested that In-
ternational dealings might get
further through "old-fashioned
diplomacy" than through com-
pletely publicized Unitd Nationl
sessions of one sort or another
This sounded to some
like a call for the return
cet covenants and all the other
trappings of the old-style diplo-
mats who padded softly around
the capitals of the world, decid-
ing the fate of nations behind
closed doors.
Actually. however, a careful
look at Pearson's remarks dis-
'closes little cause for alarm,
but instead a considerable a-
mount of good sense.
First of all, he did not propose
either that the UN as 'suc be
scrapped, or that public sMeon
6f the UN be abandoned.
He merely suggested that he
UN "has or should have a ptt-
vate as wel as as ubli face.
There should be opportunities
here for other than public ap-
pearaices "
Thenub of his complaint s
this:
"It Is not essential, Indeed, It
is often harmful, for the ege-
tiatian of policy always t be
conducted in glass buses
which are often toe temptia
a target for brickbats. It I al
too easy to strike attitude la
pubic, only to find later that
we are sttck with them. Open
diplomacy now tends to be-
come from ipa lemae."
Pearson is here speskin a fact
known to most practiced neoo-
tiators, in whatever field, the
world over.
If men on opposite sides of an
Issue are compelled to state a de-
cisive position publicly, then they
cannot 'easily retreat public
from the stand they have taken.
When the issue Is a bargaining
matter, their first offer tends to
become their final offer. They
are left no room for real bar-
qaining. for accepting' anything
less than they have firmly de-
clared they must have.
Anyone familiar with the
course ef important labor dis-
p tes in thi country knows
ey are noet settled In public.
he final agreement, a patch-
work of eenesslons free both
sides, usually hammeetd out
arfm a table nla private.
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sometimes the disputants are
in separate rooms and only 'a
neutral mediator knows how
much each ide Is prepared to
It is the same In mot all hu-
man negotiations. Men and gov-
ernments do not relish the loss
Of face, and possibly stature,
at comes with having to back
down in public.
Any system of world dilloma-
cy which does not make a place
for the private negotiation of Is-
sues can hardly hope to produce
effective world solutions..
If every utterance in diploma-
tic negotiation on the great
world- problems must be spoken
ta the reporter's hearing and be-
fbre the camera's eye, then. as
Pearsod suggests, It sim p y
means our statesmhen will be
continuously danwht in a series
of rigid poses, like the figures in
a waxworks.
And Yeally fruitful action will
he about as likely as a dance In
the wax museum.
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BROADWAY HEARTBEAT
Celel About Town: Ava Gardner, jut before
winging back tMoMv .etwa. n the wtnak VCmW.
ny. Feat- eg a man's pink shirt wth *aSb
rolled up...Joap ChaIler (the ikMr *h" of )
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His spd ard t
Story". ..Nia.'" MM I t e I
in 5th Av e ft.eeay...k Mwn" tl j
a here's welme s(after hlldmeIr wth thI 6t
ca Hit) b r the ~tkm ea..C.eleI
Vincent Ao lkt (Jdatvei frm her wihelhe)
fishing in he purse for bg ar...Irene pau
giving New t'shme Class.
Sophie In Our Alley: An agent was trying
talk a young, talented atre out of quitting
show business... "Oh," e sa e "you ant
get anywhere unless yu' a M lyn a
Jane Ruussel... "Z1 o?" was the reminder
"How about sOphisfdker and Helen Tra t
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WASHINOTON- (NIA) Some form ofthe "touse. this sItuati&lU- ir ,st e gil y.I .-
door-to-door canvass by Internal Revenue erv- has been found. SRome eli f Ith rlilethe
Ic agents is almost sure to be adopted on a na- payer hasn't been a taxa .
tion-wide basiS. The idea ls to make sure that If thd latter case, is to e D
everybody pay their income taxes. moves n with the i
e resa ts of the.experimnent In New England proceed. . ,s, m
with that procedure are now being studied b Tho New England residents W(b bve ha
top R officials. But it had such obvibouly good calls from IRS men have been ve r m ,
resuIt4 from the U. 8. Treasury's point of view, Gallahan claims. He says MWY a them who
that It's considered a cinch to be a standard IRS have beep found to have tax 6d0f n.det f.o
operation. it a favor to have an ient tm arou and
The studies are concentrating on removing the straighten the whoklt h t ot. .
bus and possible abuses few agents
bur A. Galhan. IS commissioner of thn t by Indignapt lh_.. i .
New England reglon and veteran employe of the are being traM
agency, was n charge of the test. He gives these it happns, thr agent
details on the way it works: arr of business next day to check
The agent knocks on the door&sa& aand Bo hi J euB a e. u
croleWld w1ehic welade his. mt' a) been I e
One of e p e abuses J a phony. us-
ing this maes of getting into,a house. g e
FiB rsqdupn the agent asks Is whether not tl .at t
the rldethas filed all of hila federal tax ftrms. hat their rwaa-
If the si t says "yes." agent the en asks the W e Hs a N
him to show either a canceled check, copy o If this rt of thing was widauread the
he foim, or treasury receipt for the p Lymet service, the door-to-door cavn a wuu B-
If the peron can produce ope of papers self very wel to such a ..J .i
and t's In order that's all there is to the visit, "-s s" rN.
His name l checked off and the agent goes a- S officials, however,
bout his business, haingheard of uc cases
If the householder or resident hasn't filed bh # the t moths,
forms, or If he has some question about Ais fer enough to wreck the ea S
eral taxes, the agent seeks to get the matter claims that there was rp arepot o e it
straightened out then and there. In this way England test. .
the canvass purportsto be a service. allahan's agen were
When the resdant claims he has paid all of meett two days.l -
his taxes, but can't produce roof, the' agent Tfl S gl-round
makes a note of it and then checks the official quent ast a I n i.
fiAs later. If the files don't produce evidence of odiected'ari ll1t u nrii *
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l rrru s Governmenters
o- r's remark a ffw osafer- tomic weapons of any sort, but tary Charles rWilson's
encee eesme it is large and increasing steadl- news confer e n statmim
Sd hat hh t the ly. he does not believe he -
r wtr ofted "We have In our atomi culd deliver an eff l ,-
-by F pro- senal a number of1 kinds of bomb attack en this cmau7
A.RO Sove!t 8- weapons. suited to the special three years.
bomb Io ;" need of the Army. Navy and Anybody Mr. Eisenhoyer ia
r Wit v few.days the Air Force for the specific tasks could have his own ideos.-
public :aJrd differing p- assigned to each service." He said he would not t.T
prIsals of 14 st6tu of Sviet the threat of the Ru
.m ..H-bomb 3nb Mr. Eisenhower declined to bomb is right on the do
". i '' "Defense c Charles I. take issue with Defense Secre- sa country at the mo.
Wilson said th je when Rus-
A .ala can wage I.bomb warfare
Chairman* W.* WI ole *f INCREASE YOUR PROFITS.
the Co, U. .e E.ertyI
So at thetimeis By Letting Us Help You Cut Your Operation C6f
On ,,,,Civil feAne Administratoar We Have The Office Machine You Needt
Val Petersof a&d Defense Mobl-
... ..... .4 ....a$12o lia. lrer Arthur S. eleming contri-
Sai bUt d-t o the q e ts e ,h l,, di,
fnpprslo V
VOt L"p In to Bhaltu entmversy.
S1* ann eunmced th hbe haw Agents and Distributors for'
aa;ak4a members of this
S8 = 6adm M ren to retain from "BUIRROUGHS" "SMIT COONA" U"DITO
"ieemment S a nmelea "KARDEX" "STME CASE"
Ale .......apabiltig,-= they first Ai a e lasm
..... check theft u a with Aidi Mahl poues, iedlaeors, rnkeb iaasse.
VARthe haiyper w ri (ewi L T eres.i e, Dupieabors, Pile CaWDas,
SStrass) ofth the e registerss.
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A l r I4 ns ead, he strgled that "the
SaSoviets b p9EUW agstoc.pile
*m si Otlt'. t yps. typj h" e tested an
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aso s attack healthy bridge ment leader have ranged from Ine AWf hoea -
',e l nyer i, 1finesson"alt. very- openly-stated fear that Russiaw
.. t ha 5e, the syiptom now can wa H-bomb warfare There's not *single vacm tube.-dihwo
Splyer is unae to resist a this coun to a ca.utios es- .ing ringing sounds are completely elia-
i, n it it meansjeopar- sursce tha the Russans prob- mated... cl.oting noiss ced to ewE s
S-Mg (ar (or lod) hia contract. ably could '" launch an H- ne
S-AM n ea.m In today'l an' we a very bomia attack or another three
a? ease of ethisA u theats. i Tw thredeus pewerl The nded forbowig lr Rses r
nWest openedto : hearts, Obviou' .referring to the provides the pow eeded for hearing e e .
Snd declare daruU P th e or l ons. the President mild tovery svere. Si for ise, it delivm f lor 1
tc in dummy wRiEh -' qe
S tr to "ou will recall that our gov- te uiott prrvi m tae
jack of iesi.t my eowinent announced that the 8o- with for more clarity.
e_ _odued _an atomic __xpl_ sandr -bf rla Tntl ae .?e ap r- *1
o from 11 at r 9PlOs 6 In e ub5eseplace ...as vnuo tubmaes to imm owu.p
fr~. asJi aub w., 8of wnetha4r of90 batr
club, Oath w th I sa a tea reI in whisk b'h l h
renlu ad d i ton of s -1to te expee can enjoy enly with uthe AamR-
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l. tUP) A prbminent attor- mit to carry a pistol.
e,, liay and his la.itL-ai-taA. La. n "Bamia" Mullins, a pushcar'
~~cdrying a pistol and a deep- peddler, was an eyewitness of
,,,,aeted grudge, shot it out on the duel in the square of this
't' public square today and the south central Tennessee town
younger man fell dead a cour.-' not far from the Alabama line,
housee idlers scurried for cover. He said they came face to
Day Sugg. 40, attorney and fact in front of Wright's dry-
son of the Lincoln County bank goods store in newly rebuilt
*Virisident, was killed. His father- area where a tornado sliced
in-law, Hoyle Yearwood, 61, was through the town two years ago.
t t k by six shots but was in
Condition. '"They started shooting right
sounded like a bunch of away." Mullins said. "I ducked
rackets going off." said for cover in a doorway. A fewl
uty Sheriff Fred March ho men across the street on the,
coming around the corner, courthouselawn scattered for,
~ the embittero( in-lawsl the bushes."
e and started emptying their -----
olvers at each other with-
^ ta word.
:.arch said he actual!v believ-
'4d it was only fireworks until MAKE FRIENOS
')he saw a man running to the
store in front of which the
abots were exchanged.
Then he saw Sugg lying In
;the ddorway of the store and
'Ylparwood s'arn.ing over him.
"HIe shot me first." the bleed-
'Yearwood was quoted by the
VOguty, "and I'm shot, too."
~ riends said that enmity be-
.twen the two stemmed from
--two causes. Yearwocd hadn't Iu \ \
liked it when the attorney mar- .
ried his 'teen-aged daughter two
years ago. And Sugg three years When you make up your,
ago had defended a man subse- Christmas card list. remember
quently convicted of killing!you're not balancing books. To
Yearwoed's cousin in a gun fight send a card juit because some-
over a dice game. one sent you one, or to remove
Mrs. Sugg. sued her husbandia name from your list just be-1
for divorce last year in a bit-lcause the particular party failed
7.ter action but the suit was later to send you a card last year, vio-,
' tpdroped. latest the spirit of the holiday.
SAcquaintances said that both Without heartfelt good wishes,
men had, been going around a Christmas card is just a pretty
armed for several days although piece of paper.


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ID ------' NI lr -t fim vnnlicrlI Tll ll visit In -W
0Fe W staf uaect.ing at Fort Guliek, Thuer and Arkansas duriKt
Mrs. i. fIyMr etterained with a luneleen at her Fe t liesnv.
S Da % QlOa f lfr the members of the beater Comun l e-- a
tLhe P~a f'tUl I s. ..Ueute it %nd Mrs. .
Nor a'1gs'twlIed: Mrs. tober 15, at the Agud a Aa Monld wth r cb1lld
1 Horace L. 11 Mr. Lester Temple L. r.i. has been 'Maiaia r ne are
\J. %iijlUosu. Mr. Aloerc N. postponed until further notice. to Jackxonville, Fla., to
.ledsoe, Mr .Atp*ben C. Hood, ,their home. Lieutenant
Mlri. h@oAiaund Uaaaho aLnu Meeting Of Isthmisan Me4 gll returning to civilian
Mrs. James M ha Dstaff Workers Federaton er beti~U atoned at
eordi naMt M a. Dan L. Mil- The semi-anual meeting o1 to for thirteen months
ier, Fort Oullek Zone presld- the Isthmian Religious Work- .
tean was.alew at. er FmedereUop will be held at'
Monday, October 12.
B lks Clubs IJnte Reverqun Henry Ben will be
IMembers *r Pres the host, and a program of un-
ci I The annd dinner given by usual. interest has been ar-
the 8. PW W. to ~hnor the ranged by Reverend J.W. Lfm.-
I PTy Working ntedb6bt of the Preas, emann.
was held -at ttl M3kr Home at Coffee will be served at 830
A& brasos Hieita ht Thuraday eve- am., and Reverend Bill wtl
aing with D I M al hosts open the devoflons at :15 a.m.
M 11T ,or the occason. Reverend Norman Pratt, chair-
SMr. Nathan. Ahton, Exalted man, will start the byminem
*Ruler, mpeud the head meeting at 9:45 ajm. ana ev-
table abd alhtrducd the guest erend William Armstron aid
i .r speaker, O -Qpliar John L. Me- Reverend Walter Reltz will
mcis-Above Nelal, a member of the staff speak on Methodism in Paaa-
em received lu of tne USAI CARIB School, ma.
elareid with who formerly served as a Pub- The members attending wt
* I pfteeh Io Iinformation Officer. have luncheon at the Ma -
Tbe ncede, rita Clubhouse at 11:30 a. m.
in Utw direction The guests enjoyed cocktails The program features the
t, lowesM dance In the 10eoue pre ng dinner. 280th Annlversary of the birth
hy. the farmer Those attmdiig included: of John Wesley, a year inwhleb
ed aganult hI TioastzastL George Tuley; lId wide Methodism Is ex-
d in the normal Ikalted Ruleato OopeMlo,Bal- ndng and Intensifying Its
boa Lodge 144; .u06s Speaker Inflgence. Panama has felt the
S Autenmt 1 eal of th effect of this peat movement 'EW "OeC MANAOBRi
*-----Carib '- Wilbur J. this year, both from the Brit- Da. D. Nichols. a
Dockery, Meputy and ish parent organisation as well laid, Ohio. is the new l
rf eh, Grand l .ler of the as the daughter church In the maaer of the Atomie
Su Ianal li Bright; U.AA. Commission. He succeeds.
Wfles Wl; Jl ues Wainlo, in W. Boyer. who is toUa
Bnleea Ar o Hamburg; Colen Unit I.A.W.C. 'to the oil industry after fl
Ili eon d M Tro -, Keelth Marcy; AnnouteAments years' service. Nichols be ed
S- ..Ja7k Low of The monthly General Assem pioneer the development 1the
SElks M. Deledo, bly of the Colon Unit of the atom bomb. .
ilonia;' ona Mende0, Colon Inter-American Women's ClI ub
ofesalon-fortun- cty Counc;l Mr. Milton N iah; will be' held Monday. October
ber ai nal-,l Judith B ini, and Mrs Do- 12 at 3:30 p. m. at the Club.
Sof s, who do rita L of the Panama Mrs. Hlpolto Fernanadez, pres-
who perform un- American; Mrs. Rosemary Bear- dent, will officiate.
ratiops and who don, and Bherman Skeete, St. r The anniversary dinner of (
At fees'for their & Herald and Esteban Lopez, the Unit Is being planned for I
SPres RelatBfs, United Fruit Friday, October 16 from 6:30
e I say, is Company. to 8:30 p.m. The dinner wll be r
n me *alefector served buffet style and tickets
arnd unfavdrably Hll And ell are a dollar per person for a-
Party at G ulick adults and 50 cents forchildren
Atiet disapproval The iemaOts of the Fort twelve years of ae and under.
ir branches of oulick Offier Club entertain-
bht4urgal abas- ed with the traditional Pare- Departre for the States.
pe a'lat year's well party at the Club Friday Captain and Mrs. Robert Hat-
pda we wC e evening, to honor Major and cher and son, Stephen, of Fort A hula donme s a kind of ld
to red kt Mrs. Frank Jonells, who aSled Sherman, were among the pas- waist *how. o '
i as ;e-spllr g today for duty In Puerto ico. sengers sailing today.
dRnnIh ng,' Also welcomed at tbls time Captain Hatcher will go to JUST RECEIVD
there as omn:- were the ofcers of the 3rd the Advanced Engineering
fe"WllO hat too Batallon of the 33rd Infaltry. School at Fort Belvoir, % Va.,, Ic WE
I, b 4tb real after which he has been order- and
rs be that Wine aJ. DOplicate ed to Fort Lewis, Washington. FEI GQ WI
nfoui "adequate- id Gaon He has served for two years
la e rg.Aur meeting o the on the Isthmus. ., l" T
A Ant~is BrldgeClub --
s "convifetbatat -'the Amtrican Major and. Mrs. RHmlton L. Give a new apear to
too frequently trie LeagSte, was Rhodes of Fort Davis, aild your house wth
t too ttle tralr- held Mondy eve at the today. They r gng to visit colors.
ncee...." arrita Qbhouse. relatives in B&rrisenburg, VVa, b1 e ouir p"'ale o
e -- winners of the g Imib before re~Fort e0- v ee
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles g eve. b a* d Iihsg pombleg
Wie w.m l.ee ,A.mm. em.o
Fd S-E --One bedroom and one FOR SALE:-- 949 Buick 4-deeei 208 Ae C. C.
iAwnoom set. No. 10, 46th. St d on, goad tires, radio, tip-tep l
dition. Excellent buy. Smoet & DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
-J.-"Y - - Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Ceatal Central Avenue "K" street. Comer
fr t t Furniture: bamboo; 2 Avenue Tel. 800, Colon. telephone 2-3479, Panama.
06whtBwith innerspring cushions, ------------ ----
S iKech; matching ottoman, $20; FOR SALE:-1946 Oldsmobile Tudor. FOR SALE
Z'~.e6l.e tables one round, 36" very good condition, with acces-
i.-...er, gloss top, $40. one rec- series, contact H. Jury. 2137-8, Mlianeua 1
te gular, mahogany top, $15. Me- Curundu, weekdays, after 4:30 p. 1e_ eO
ta! furniture: 2 chests of drawers, m. Phone 83-5271. FOR SALE: Continuous Fanfold
S-5 each; twin beds with good FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-depr Biller, Underwood Champion, uspd.
2ttresses, $15 each; 2 night Sedtn, good tire, metr in Bargain price, Apply Dstribuidores
hands, $4 each; dresser, $15; f condition, rees y Sri. S.A. Jose Francisco de la Ossa 41.
eioch with solid green cover, $20. S eet & Humnicutt S. A. 18th St. FOR SALE:-Brand new gas stoves
Sinette table with extensions and nt Anu Tel.00, Clon f only $140.00, fully gurntd.
.. matching chairs, $40; pictures, l A e Tel. oln. far only $140.00, fully guaranteed.
*I% etc. Telephone Mrs. Stone. FOR SALE:--1948 Ford Cowvertible, Four burners, oven, broiler, storage
1 C & 7193. pricedd for quick sale. Good motor, space, porcelain finish. FIRESTONE
S$-- "- .- ( $750.00. Phone 3-0399. 'Automobile Row," Ave. Jose Fco.
R SALE:-Coldspot refrigerator, $ Phone 3 l-0 de la Ossa No. 39, Tel. 3-4563.
S 9 cu. m t., 25 cycle, $75.00. Ironing FOR SAL:-1947 Studebeker 4-
beard, $3 0C. Albrook 6296. door seden, fully reconditined, FOR SALE: For two eekr only,
FOi"R SALE:-60 cye Genl E ood seat covers, easy payments "Hert Mountain Roller" canaries,
TR SALE: -60 cycle General Elec- f o $795.00, like now.S $5.00 each. Acuorio Tropical, 55
ric console radio phonograph y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. street Via Espoao,, Tel. 3-5411.
speed automatic changer. 1 gallon Centrol Ave. Tel. 800 Colon. FOR SALE: Remington Portable
Electric automatic deep fryer, IFOR SALE:-1941 Pontiac 2-door Typewriter, $30,00. Sunbeam wat-
child's tricycle. 2132-B, 6th St. sedan, excellent condition, seat fle iron, $25.00; Kenmore wash-
Phone 83-5279. covers, duty-paid, best offer over ing machine, $70.0; S -ew~ rme-
FO. SALE: 3 pi oo2- $300. Telephone Mrs. Stone, Cu- chihe, pedal, $20.00; kitchen aid
fOM SALE: 3 pieces bamboo: 2 rundu 7193. mixer with neat grinder, $20.00.
chairs, one settee $50.00. Chaise Phone 6-241.
S"ounge, $10.00. Table lamp, House FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Station we-
121-A, Gatun, Tel. 5-333. gon, new tires & body. with lteto- FOR SALE: Native more, riding
Mahogany side tae, i engine, leather seet covers, horse with new saddle and bridle,
LE: Mhogny side tbl must be seen to appreciate it. Call 2-3183, Panama.
Child's chest of drawers, miscal- Smeet y Hunnicutt S. A. 1lth. St. FOR SALE:-Two typewriters. Can be
aneous iss5-. Uig l noon SrtKody. Central 'Avenue. Tel. 800. CJlon. seen at the British Consulate, Co-
Te'. 84-4290. FOR SALE:-1950 Willys Jeepster, on.
fR SALE- Diniggroomn arm- excellent condition. Call Mary Alice FOR SALE:--Baby crib and mattress
FORSALE .rm cAm- Arey 2287, Las Cumbres. (Kiddie koop). Phone 421 Fort


Avenue. FOR SALE-1947 Dodge Convertible,
*- .... ... .-- juat overhrulel, radio end teed!
FOR SALE:-Livingroom, sofa and u verh ul radio end g
matching chair, slip covered. Rea- mrens. ees t r Hanicut S. A.
sonle. Panama -. nts. Smoot y Hunnicut S. A.
unable. Panma 3-3073. ,16th. St. Central Ave. TeL 800,
OR SALE:-Bendix semi automatic Colon.
S '!tng machine. 60 Cycl. GodO SALE:-Morris convertible 1951
S .0765-B, Williamsoan 1.500 miles, $700. Excellent con
S Balboa. edition, Panama 3-3580.


SSALE:-Q. M. Buffet, all me-
$10.00. Call Balboa (2) 1589.
juse 0766-E. Williamson Place.
SSALE:-Metal Sideboard $20.
imboo cairs'ond tables. 8512
impna Place, Margarita, 3-
59.'


SALE:-25 cycle refrigerator,
ad condition, $25.00. 704-F,
cona. Phone 3513


SALE: PIpstic upholstered
venport, 2 matching chairs chest,
c. furniture dishes. Tel. 83-
fi~t. 673-8. C*jujnduJ-_,s.


ANTED TO BUY
ywyo'arr ued refrigerator and
,e u2 CROSLEY. Coll us at
A. C.NOS. telephone 2-1793
venide Nacional," near Tivoli

S diesel launch. Telephone
V ,3 Pan am a -
r-Smll piano cheap! Call
l! (2) 1589. House 0766-E,
,i son Place.
T FOR SALE
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SSALE: -' Beautiful residence
Si.ta at Golf Hei.ht witl-k ,ll


FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet Station
Wagon. Phone Balboo 1718.
FOR SALE:-Chevrolet, 1949 2-door
Sedan, blue, duty paid. good tires,
nylon seat covers. Colon Motors
Inc. 10th. St. Tel. 492.J, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Lincoln 4-door 1951.
like new, radio, perfect shape, ir-
surance and duty. Fully paid. A $2,
500.00 value for $1,500.00 if you
have the cash. Sosi Tel. 3-1214,
Panmmi.
FR. SALEc-Ded" Coronet 1949
Club Coupe, new point job, duty
free',- excellent condition. Colon
Motors Inc. 10th St. Tel. 492-J,
Colon. /,


FOR SALE:-1949 Ford V8 Custom
Sedan, $725.00. 83-6277 2006
C, Curundu.

Position Offered
WANTED:-Experienced salesmen to
sell on percentage basis. Call 800
and ask for Mr, H. Pretty. Colon.


WANTED: English and Spanish
speaking male clerk, must know
typing. Apply oil Americ r Cables
s~Rodio Inc., Balboa, C. Z.


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FOR SALE:-Motor boat "El Macho"
17 1-2 by 5 1-2, 10 H.P. Air
cooled engine with clutch, 2 1-2
H. P. Johnson outboard, both for
$275.00. Bush tuck, "37" Chevy,
also "37" Chevy two door, both
for $80.00. Winchester 22 rifle,
model 63 automatic, $40.00. Rub-
ber Life roft $10.00. Lionel train
and track $15.00. Marshll, Gatun
Fire Station, oil day Sundoy.
FOR SALE:---New Hi-Fi L. P. ord
just orriveo to .AGENCIAS DIAZ,
37th street No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Admiral dual tentp.
refrigerator 60 Cycle, 11.2 ec, ft.
.$350.00, record&, player, 3 spied
* 60 Cycle $30.00 mahogony dras-
se $45.00. Pontiac 1949, 8 Cycle
hydramatic Ford Jeep, waffle grille
mixnmter dd dishesetc. S87' Cu-
rundu Hgth'
FOR SALE: Polaroid Lo.adCam-
erq, carrying ase, flash gun, ex.
posure meter. New condition $100.
1. 157-A, P4a Miguel, 4.585.
FOR SALE:-Excellent condition, 1
Coil spring double bed, $12.00. 1
radio Philco. table mbdel, 3 band
$40.00 Curundu 83-5173, Qtrs.
21 39-A.
FOR SALE:-Mon's all wool "tweed
Sovercoat, size : 42. Worn ''. n e
month.. 886 Moraonr Balbo.
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minet in Belfq Viyte.
FOR RENT:-Soon vai
pletely furnished,. op
new .building, .cbnvwii
'*ger Canal Zone. El
with tbrnd new refiuju
9 cu. ft.) Gas stQve'
able rents. fdeol f6r'
sgnnl. -Enquire at Hi
changLeIHX)41 Aut
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Anmericn couple;. 67 S6' St.
See 4f,3':00 to 8:00 p.. |.
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ers terrace. Land meo- and salary desired. tned g paintings y 18
square meters fenced contemporary Minditn artists. ln f T
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nan City..glass has ben slowly awakening htoeIo
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mer Arraijan. 8$88 01,did blS.luPetb stsJ~ed glass the ganemtu rthth an-
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eL chawrgs and Lu. Will see them from 4 to 7 p. their Ibfan ral ative of ness thro l e. st up-
they exceed m ml m Hotel Colon (Panamo). Telephone Yet it is not ti choice but the iholda sym b i hab th
a their tricycles. An 2-0770, Mr. Fonsec. handln oftbe. ubjet matter i tg tr t b
has.no horn or bell. WANTED: -Hous. with two yr re plat, ng th e teoto fao ew arns new
bedrooms, yard, garage, American theoP this t al oe mostg of! tea-f- tO. 1l I
-- 'couple, no children. address 441she to"lomel offah irg of the v-
r Ne albo or call 3-32 an.am. ~o fa to come off. Their vis
ion to hackneyed, their style bor-
Menace! rowed.-
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RY, Conn. Oct. 11 FOR SALE non-obective art with ts geo-
mea Palen, 27, of Boatf Motor metrical pattern Ahould be con-
Palls. N.Y.. was fined enal to the asdilbIltjes of
ren a suspended 30- FOR SALE:--1951 Allstate Motor stained l0a:. Most -of the van-
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For Big Four Talks
MARGATE, Eng. Oct. 10 (UP)
Prime Minister W n s t o n
Churchill arrived yesterday In
this seaside resort where he is
expected later today to make a
new, dramatic bid for negotiat-
ed .sttlemert of the cold war.
Churchill came to attend the
windup sessions of his Conser-
vative party's annual conven-
tion. He wfl' make his first ma-
jor speech in four months at a
meeting just after the conven-
tion adjourns.
Although there has been no
official announcement of the
suoject of his speech, everyone
expects he will repeat his call
for a top-level Big Four meeting
and perhaps advance some new
proposal for a settlement of the
bitter conflict between East and
West.
Amerilan, British and French
officials in London were ex-
pected to wait for Churchill's
spLech before putting finishing
touches on a joint reply to Rus-
sia's recent "doubletalk" note on
prospects for a meeting of the
Big Four foreingn ministers.
While the Conservative con-
veution awaited Churchill's pre-
scription for ending the cold
war, Colonial Secretary Oliver
Lyttelton r.pbrted on the con-
flict's latest "campaign" the
Communist effort to capture
British Gulangal
Lyttelton reported to the party
on the emergency measures tak-
en to protect democracy in the
South American colony, and de-
clared Britain will not permit
the Communists to impose their
will on tha people either there
or anywhere, else in the Com-


rime film "Without W e conservative delegates
eenpay for theSol IC o ed ns, d d e d emptically: "Our
entation. Mus o it And Co ed io frehds can take that as a de-
a H. finite statement. Our enemies
-At E Panama can attach to it all the impor-
S saZita and Leav 13 MNHs tance I think they should."
Musical comedians Zita and MlV in s
rFred will start a ten day engage- NEWPORT, R.I., Oct.10 (UP) 'Come Fly With Me'
qi merit at tlh Hotel El Panama, -Frederick H. Prince, late fl- o
tonight, Manager Joseph R. nancler and railroad magnate, yrnes Asks
S- Cundninghamr has apn6unced. left an estate of more than $13,-
/' The young Dutch couple who 254,000, an inventory filed for UN Guard--Old Pal
S^ have performed in the best ho- probate showed today.
Stels and night clubs of more Prince, who died at Biarritz, UNITED NATIONS N.., Oct
Than 20 countries in Europe, the rance, last February at the age 10 (UP James OBv
S islands of the Caribbean and of 93, left most of his estate to of South Carolina left U..^head-
South Amerin o will give nightly form a trust for religious, char- quarters at noon today o a fly
shows not oanlsin the Beala Vis table, scientific and educational weekend visit to his homer a y
Sa Salon, but also in the Balboa organizations. None of the or- sate. He s a membe of the
...' ''Bat. ganizations was named. US. delegation.
Fredt plays the guia.y arid, ac- The total.personal estate, ex- As he was leaving he turned
Seordion while wife Zita plays the elusive of real estate, was made to a U.N. guard and said: Would
big bass as they sing amusing up mostly of 80,000 shares of you like to fly home with ne,
:songs. Fred has something of Chicago Stockyard Co. son?"
the looks and air of American Prince, who lived here since "vn ir" th ud
comedian Danny Kaye. 1932, once said he owned 46 rail- and quickly changed to civilian
Fred, met his wife four years roads at various times and had clothes.
ago. He was pursuing a stage built four. He gained control of The guard s nEward Wlliams,
career while Zita was studyingg ht vst sto yad lateress ise32an ex-Marltia who Ormerly
lived in South Carolina and
knew-Byrnes there. They left the
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Jambs Stewart, one'ofthe most popular and successful figure"
in Hollywood, has never given a bad performance.
Despite his lasting reputation as one of the most talented
stars, Stewart still is noted for appearing and behaving much
like a small town fellow, just as he did when he first went to
Hollywood to try his luck at acting for the screen.
His years among the sophisticated surroundings of Princeton
University and then New York apparently had not altered him
from his boyhood days in his home town of Indiana, Pennsyl-
vania. And even in the glamor atmosphere of Hollywood since,
the "real down to earth" label has stuck on him,
It may be this quality that is responsible for his present
ability to portray the pioneer type of the Early West. Of course,
he also appears regularly in modem dramas and comedies--Such
as "Carbine Williams," "The Stratton Story," "The Greatest
Show On Earth" and "Harvey." However, the hard-riding ad-n
venture yarns like "Winchester 73," "Bend of the River" and1
now M-G-M's Technicolor picture "The Naked Spur" unques-
tionably have dominated this period of his career.
The latter type of picture has been coming with such fre- '
Quency, in fact, that he no longer spends days eating off the
mantelpiece at the beginning of each new film.




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NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (UP) Milwaukee and
; -,the Braves provided the biggest boom of the 1953
baseball season and once again the Pirates were the
biggest bust.
trlcktly on their playing field missing rookie pitcher last year
successes. the World Champion won only 11 and lost 20.
Yankees exploded the most sig- Joe Black. Dodgers National
Significant bombshells as Casey League's rookie sensation a year
;.Stengel racked up his record ago. he never got off the mark.
fifth straight pennant and Finished the year with a 6-3 rec-
SWorld Series triumphs but even lord that gave him a winning
,.that-tanks second to the boom record but won him little praise.
of the Braves,
The Braves who finished se-'His Boots' ins
fventh at Boston in 1952. leaped if Win
Sll the way to second place this
season and their new host the
city of Milwaukee backed
them to the limit with an all-
timne National League record of US Grand National
1,2I3B97 paid admissions.
Elsewhere on the final ledger
It reads this way: RACE OF THE DAY


BOOMS
Thi Dodgers Brooklyn's
"'greatest team" rolled up its
highest total of victories In his-
ltory (105i and had the pennant
nearly all the way.
Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee -
'his 47-homers, tops in the ma-
4ors. a aln revived hopes that
Babe Ruth's record of 60 still
Smav po by the boards some dav.
Ted Williams. Re Sox his
Sdraiatic return from Korea
., for the final 37 game hblos-
S some.d Into a sensatlonul
p meback -" 13 homers, a .407
i*voqre.
SHarvey Kuenn. Tieers A-
l_ ,me'tcvan I eairue's leading rookie.
the led both leagues in base hits
*;With 209.
Al Rosen. Indians Led his
-.'league with 43 homers. scored
the most runs (115) and knocked
.ftr the most 1145).
Virgil Trucks. White Sox -
With a 5-19 record at Detroit
est year. he made the year's top
*fWemheck to a mark of 2n nitch-
4nwrvictories and 10 defeats.
Oil Hndves. Dndrers Pelo-
ass In an early slump. he wound
with a .4an average, 31 hom-
asahd 122 RBT's.
BUSTS
-l~ Pirates Didn't figure to
- o anywhere. It's true. and
would uno with the lowest per-
centage in the majors 50 vic-
torio art 104 defeats for .325.
A '"l Browns Drew only
,3M,128 customers and had to
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NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (UP) -
The 1949 winner "His Boots"
-' has won this year's running
of the nation's richest steeple-
chase. The eight-year-old geld-
ing beat "The Mast" by two and
one-half lengths in the $25,000
Grand National at Belmont Park.
His Boots took the lead mid-
way in the race. Jockey Elwood
Carter had the gelding three
lengths in front after the final
hedge, and the favorite held on
In a driving finish. "Mighty Mo"
ran third. Only eight of the 11
horses finished.
It's only the second win in 14
starts this year for His Boots
but he 'has run In the money
eight times. Time for the course
- about three miles over 19
fences was five-45I and one-
'fifth seconds over a fast track.
That's almost six seconds off the
record.
HIs Boots and "M a n k e y
Wrench" ran as an entry. They
paid $6.50 $3 and 32.50.
Thie veteran campaigner "Roy-
al Vale" heads a field of eight
in today's closing day feature at
Belmont Park the $75.000
Jockey Gold Cup stakes. "Fisher-
man" and 15 other two-year-olds
are entered in the co-feature at
New York the $25,000 Cham-
pagne Stakes.
Jockey Tony DeeSpirito has re-
ceived court permission to mar-
ty Doris De Cld re on No-
vember first. Court permission
is required under Massachusetts
State law for all males under 18.
DeSpirlto becomes 18 on De6. 24.
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qHAPEL M N. C. Oct. 10
S(NBA, -forgeBarclay. .-
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S a. simpifled split-T
a minimum of plays," said
.ort-s Qarollna coach. "A
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,many world championships and
.22 years in baseball. The big
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Wojey, LaSorda

By UNITED PRESS
The Brooklyn Dodgers have
sold three players to their Mon-
treal farm club and brought up
seven more from their minor-
league system.
Joining the Montreal roster
are catcher Dick Teed and
pitchers Chris Van Cuyk and
Johnny Rutherford. Al three
played in the minors this year.
,The Dodgers recalled ftchers
Hamp Coleman and Tom. La
Sorda and outfielder Vic Maras-
co all from Montreal tch-
er Fred easent and first base-
man-outfielder Ted Barts fom
St iPatl,; pitcher Pete Wojey
S .I=% en staples from
The Dodgers no
have 45 era o' their
roster, I ing seqn ret
serl.cenj
The lwalukee' braves have
brought up three players-third
baseman Blly Queen of Toledo,
outflelde 'Dick Sinovic of At.
lanta and catcher Bill Casey of
Jacksonville, To make room, the
Braves sent Toledo four men -
pitcher Jim Kelly. catchers Jack
Parksand Jim Bolt and outfield-
er Chuck Tanner.

Fostlich League


By MIKE BRANDON
The Fastllch Teen Age Base-
ball League held Its third an-
nual meeting. Wednesday eve-
ning at the USO-JWB in Bal-
boa for the purpose of electing
officers for the forthcoming
Baseball season.
A representative group of pro-
minent men from the Pacific
side agreed to serve on the exe-
cutive committee.
Officers elected were: John E.
Winklosky. president: R. D.
Parker, vice president; Mrs. J. B.
Hinkle, secretary & treasurer:
Theodore E. Hotz, player agent;
Charles S. Magee, business agent
and Dean of Umpires; Mrs. Jack
Sutherland, score keeper and
Mike Brandon, publicity, assisted
by Mrs. Mark Brandon.
Names for the pattions of
managers and coaches for the
various teams were submitted
for action at the meeting.
Adalbert Fastlich, sponsor of
the Fastlich Teen Age Baseball
League, gave a brief talk on the
responsibilities of the adult in
the field of athletic and the
advantages of the modern day
over the past.
It was proposed at the meet-
ing, that the Faptlich Teen age
league be split into a minor
league carrying the thirteen to
fifteen year olds and a Major
league for the sixteen to elsh-
teen years olds to broaden the
field for players. Open discus-
sion of the Issue was held from
the floor.
A motion was made and car-
ried that Winklosky, president,
appoint a committee to investi-
gate the possblIties of a Major
League, acting on the five points
of: availlibilty oa players; dia-
mond. umpires, coaches'and e-
qulpment.
The committee will make a
formal report of its finding at
a general meeting to be held for
the purpose and action will be
taken on the movement to ep-
large the Fatlch Leaue..
The meeting will be h
Wednesday evening, October
at seven thirty p.m. at the
JWB on La Boca Road In
boa.
All parents and supPf
intarerted members of th
ces are cordlilly inVyUIt
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Team Favored T To yI
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All but one of the major un- of 'ar Cqnfer-
beaten teams are favored today. ltate
That exception Is Pennsylvania ia c k Park-
which plays host to Ca ornia eor od one down
In a toss-up game. Each team .(ete art r Oa cos-
has lost one player because of ed 32 i
injuries. Captain George Bosler, Plttsburgh, Wich ield Okla-
a Penn wingback will mim the to I urt
ame because of a gimpyknee.
Jim Baxter remained i lMii
California ft6 the same reason. (13
The longest winning streak i
the countUio on the ne at Baot
Lansing, chigan. The Spartans
of Michigan State are tnree
touchdown (21 point) favorites At D
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Cleveland Indians
sight on two goals:
ican League batting
1954 World 8erite
General Manager 1
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Mavrlades, center, is Notre late's answerto t he All-America question' at gadt 'and "pl ce-
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Sr u. Ri s-uualyo not.0 Written Sr Nf A Service
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SATLAZIA Oct. 10 les them. Question: The bases areemp-
Morr t rred a The big boy has speed, desire, ty. The pitcher goes into his
l a orl llig'I e nO and 1 He runs windup without having his pv-
S co t e.OyaId d A a sade ot foot touching the rubber.
It wa an au ous .be r 1 eca a, fine The bal passes through the
ning, but oventhat faded lga er. He strike zone and the batter iss-
hi subsequent performance blocks dyastatingly In scrm- es. Wasn't the pitch illegal?-
The io d Junior oeate aage, will be sharper downtleld Jim Doyle.
1Lr-j a -0AiOat- tl n iort experience
.udde ft; the cam 000- Answer: The role states that
t two-y ~iman o At 'least through the SMU the pitcher shall pitch while
et that er- ame, he never had played on a ftelng the batter and having
a aen strak lsing football te- through his pivot foot on or in front
i MQ Wr'I *1raeot high school and three of and kn contact with the
,m '. ^" ___ ylrs of college rubber. Since the pitcher's pIv-
Mortis mue 74 tacl in 11 ot foot was not in eontaet
games last fall. This season he with the rubber, It s a ball.
brought dow nball-carriers 25 Q. What is the longest team
times I1 the first three games. losing streak on record In the
Last autumn The Bull shared American League?-Bob Pear-
billing with George Morris) no son.
Skin). This year it is all Larry A. Twenaf straight by the
Murris, 1 Red Sox and the Athleties
And he ha another year. of 1916 and '43.


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NEW YORK, Oct. 10-(NEA) Replacements are i
and losing college football game and they aren't beg t
to the front in hordes, either.
Substituting with the platoons was ioare or leg
with specialists for offense, defense, kick-offs,
Ing and whatnot. Until the game was pretty well
only changes made were because o Injuries, for the
"Now, especially among schools which aren't tit1h
material to develop two teams of two-way plaeMrs
has become a fine art again." pohits out Andy
Miami of Coral Gables. "It is putting even mo r
the coaches." s -
The master mind no longer can press a button. "l i
know and in a second carefully pick his man. A poor
and he may be beaten before he can get the bey wflitheIM i
ness back to the bench. are
"Take T quarterbacks," says Oustafaon, the old Ar ".
'Few of them have even a smattering of defensive iootbi
other side aims plenty of plays at wherever you put them.
"Coaches have not had enough time to teach two-way foot-
ball, so all are going to be caught at times. smart aoutiM and
quarterbacking enable the opposition to capitalize on such tua-
tions." .
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With unlimited substitution, when a coach needed a pnter,
extra-point kicker or a light, fast but fragile scatback. bh ,E
ed for the situation to arise and then tossed him into tbEZe.
Now he must- olan his lineups and substitutions to take ot
such eventualities.
'"lhis a great year for the really smart quarkrback 4hoe
takes advantage of some All-America offensive halfback's weak-
ness on pass defense before his coach can get him out of there,
concludes And) Gustafson.
"This stirs up more nightmares for coaches."

Charley Dressen and his coach. Cookie Lavaetto. hamiU B
Martin in Oakland. so knew as much about the anke w
Series star as anybody else. 4... "
Yet Martin took liberties with the Brooklyn pitclhigJ,
ing his season's average of 259 to an even .500, settn-
game Series record with a dosen hits. Billy the Kid
blossomed into a power poker with two home runs
triples.
Five Brooklyn scouts were not in agreement on how to
to Martin.
"But I knew his weakness," says Manager Dressen. .1ft:
fast ball high and Inside." ....,,
The trouble seems to have been that the Brooklyn IlAim
couldn't get the ball there.
ha b o
Ten years ago. more than 4000( boxing managerliseld
throughout the United States. They handled1l'M0 boxen i-
than 500 clubs and arenas. 50 or so of which werens i_,t
weekly programs. "';
Now there are fewer than 1000 managers, around 1504i
ators and less than 100 clubs, only 10 of which stage.
weekly.
So the International Boxing Guild, which is the -ir'
union, has launched a baek-to-the- ym drive.
Looking at the bulk of today's ihters It's about tg&i,
wenb back to the gymnasium.
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A'4, his been appoift-
y of Labor by mes-
Esenhower. Mitchell
tle vaean y in the Oa-
let ;by Martin P.. Dur-
in, who designed last month
In dispute over the Taft-
mrtley law.

iss M. E. Pitney
SBe Buried
issouri
a"body_ of MisA Mairy Eliza-
tit ,Pitney, an American
sflddoteacher who died at Gor-
Slt H6spital yesterday will be
ten, to her home town of Co-
l~mbia, Missouri, it was learned
today. .
",er brother, Walter M..pitney,
OWa alrived on the Isthmus last
ek. after- Miss Pitriey Wa
Si wkt1 a with a cerebral hemOr-
,l ,will accompany the body.
,l i.emorial services ; will bt
lAlh Miss Pitney, who wks
4 tIe-a-id, taught English atI
panatma University for the
A~4 ive years,

0lboa R.O.T.C.
fi Honor Col. Selee
October 14
S Balbqa High Behool R. .0;
wt corps will honok ,Col
son Selee, Civ'l Affairs
with a fareIl -r-
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hI f. Civi-Attairs Bureau,
O AIn thl organization ri
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ar l lmi he was "-ptacked"
lfgrtund hog recently. prob-
*'Y17 e Ihis crow call were
s o r ic.
was crouched behind
Sabhe aust after he had
ut with a volley of laud
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headed right fol hl.,
q against ila leg a d then
and disappeared.
Sfound the animal's
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may hale been "tVybl to
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PAtNMUNJOM, Korea, uct. 10
(UP) The Communists lndil
cated today they would be
ready to start the long-dplayeO
brain-washing interviews with
22,500 anti-Red war prisoners
Monday.
The Communists' apparent
wilingnen6 to go ahead with
the interviews and the with-
drawal of anti-Indian South
Korean marines from their
positions near the compounds
helped ease tension in the
neutral one.
The United Nations withdrew
the battle-trained ROK marines
from the area. Friday and as-
I sured Indian guards they would
be protected from "external
forces."
South Korean authorities, In-
cluding tough provost marshal
Lt. Gen. Won Yung Duk. had
threatened to take unlatera
action and free th anti-Cn-
munist prisoners from Inda
custody.
Iri Washington, the U. 8. State
Department cautioned Squ',h
Kotea to use forbearancee and
moderation" toward the explos-
ive prisoner question which
threatened to erupt into an
armed clash between fIdian 4ndc
United Natiohns command troop
United NationsCommand troops
Nine' eaped aLst-Commun-
ist prisoners have charged
that- Indian ustodial troops
openly eneouraged. them
return to Communaism the
South Korenoff oicof i b-
lie information said today.
Thti eha ea were made In u
letter whic the infornation
ministry Satd was written
Koreesf an4 C"l.01e prtlODi
to Pa ldenist syti Rhs.
1 An 'Indian tan fWatiT
nepled the South Korean offi-
cial release a, "absolutely 'n-
torrect."
To prisoner- !l forced to. g
either way," the 'ndian spokes-
man sMK.' "The prisoners have
been told repeatedly that the
choice rests entirely with them.'
The le'ter released by' thl
BeSth Korean government said
'On the day of our arrive
(S tt. 18) an Indian major
spoke to u> In JaDanese. He said
it would be bad for us if we
should resist repatriation. He
explained that the North Kor-
ean army had many guns and
would shoot us if we refused to
llstP to him.
"In letters circulated severs
days ago in the name ofthe
Neutial Nations Rebatriatlor
Cammlsdon, our (status) wai
explained to us a thought we
all wished to b reps'riated
wblah was bvlobulv aimed al
intUmidat'ng'us with threats and
blackmail.
Premier Jawaharal Nehru
slid yesterday "reept devel-
onments irie the IMpresslon"
that the Western. Allies ai
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ET 8 ?MENT of 1110 pounds of powdered milk from
to the Riepubl of Pnnak arrived here yesterday on
ed rualt Line's Cape Avinoff which brought the ship-
a tf-of-pharge. Shown at the unloading, left to right.
etoi faob Z gre, olf the t oir t dueatin. Dr. Victor
rt___ V. T. Mal of the Caloqlt Land Co. and Mrs.
who is reprenataM Mrs, Alen Lowrie. chief
.: 1Uj the CARM ditoMa l Panama&.


0 msaa ror udeemive d MeUu 6 0v14y. as uw*t"ie A'
Communim in the war-tsmoni "iW i I
Asidati peninsula. UWd niUbi
I Kehru, speaking in BbdL atte South Koe
SBombay's Chowpatty Beom, as- & Ge 1M. 1
sailed the Allel for delwyngr .Mi 5Unl. H ti.
the constructitofo huts Where tMtli oaHer, ot s
the Reds can "explain" to un- .Uned m'
willing prisoners Oy they 1
should rere- eurnhome r t re-
fusing to extend the explana- a i
tlon tme beyond the Christmas tnUmy iP i l ua aM k I
'Eve deadline set by the armis ofv. I
tiee agreement. twou be h tft
He pointed out that Southste If yo were w
Korea has declared 4 enly t wheh would nd
does not want peace withoutson or confuse '
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SDue For Jump Nov. 1 I CZ

Increases in International m a at two cents far-smg.an
'postage rates and fees for Post- ftoui 4ents for doules caaz.
al tUnion articlea-and asl mall ._
rates to Canada including New- 21ey. M .bs i
foundland and Lrbrador will gz .o
inte effect in the Canal Zone
Nov. 1.
The increases will not s t5ct
Spotal rates to Panama and the MA.
United Btates. Pare.
These changes will repea nt
an inefeas of about 4 can In
air mail ratst to Canad apd an Ptt I
increase ogftom three tb cents w eQ s
on rq lat..ma to ig. m lga ato.b
countries except PaluIt.
Air mail rste to Cada. wR'. .o
be increase to 10 cants a b~alt
ounce or i bti n wt hno 5 I,
cla njte K" pual u.S and
Sprvate mallngf or post card. -
Previouslvy n air mail letter
-.to cpnada "wa six cents an
ownce.
Postage on elar letters to
any country in the wor. will be .
elght cents for the f n ounce A .r
and four cents for ehch addl- wMllbO
tional ounce or fraction there- las
:of. r No. .,
This means an increase of five
Scents an oLnce for letters be- a L
e sent to to e countries l
which are members of t4e Post- Nov. .
al Union of irtrlcal8nd Spain ,
anrdan Increale ot three cents th
Dfor aU others.
It wl eot i to mail a
sut card aft;, Nov. 1. ates
hae .ben baued to four
sent fet .i card fand
eight e Ipts ; ,S
SThe old .rate as two and four
Cents to Aovnltra.iin th, postal
Ualon of tba ae and
Spain and t=4=dr 4 V
for all othlie Iareigg c e
Rates on letterfto Panai a
will remain tie ar at three
cents 'P ae or fretiont
the reo d Vpot 9ardt w1 e Ie-

May Waer Better
Than Moonshine
PITrS RO. o .C. Oct.10 (UP)
--Shariff JX.n W; Maorson, Jt..
recently got hot wip about
where he cold hfid qsoe .icitl
moonshine whisky in Chatham
County.
He made a thorough search of
the house to which he wad di-
rected but fond nothing. Ju
before leaving, ho w er,
flashlight caughta half-gal
jar hidden in e attic.
The owner stood w cojdiladent
ly as the sheriff iffed' at the
uag. Plain water.
"'That's m May water," the
owner said. y May catch
Sme a jar ftal ofr -0
Icures anything. est ataiE y6u
ever saw,

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Small Talk
CORVAILJ, eOre. 4 I )
-An Oreal St ne
logist has gone Ito the
listen to asual as i-sk
Dr. Kenath ord ll.
beasts of the ifte9 iWiAUP3Eb
that cannot te
unaided hbn4 1%r I
wants to know wirhat th#- y 13
private.
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