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:
AA00010883:01744

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IS YOUR POUM THE RIA S OWN COLUMN That old cry of the "
I_ _en and children thta" hit
given a macabr, new twitt on
Ste A waterfront by moba MW i-
erating a tp.ror machiti ith
M A I 0 A which they hope to save ole of
the $350,000,00o-a-year lo"pl ey
lTh Mail Beoain a open orium t. readers at The Perema Amer picked up with the old LOAg-
Letters are received sfatelly end are handled is wholly e9eH- ahoremen's Union as a front.
idia. _Midnight phone casa to dia.
It you cam)stbft a leter don't be Impatient iit doe't M, appea traught women, children hatd
S;da. Laeers n le iabed in the oder received. died in fright listening to whtt
IdeaI @o hletew rrts held in 8tmtest confidee. Ice picks in the spinal cords aad
This neowmppe emsme 00 rpomniftyllt folr Iatelel os eOpids lime b age waiting on the docksL .
pre id in lttr hm rewMit for their human victims--tae
-- o mark the real waterfront war in
LOCAL 900 MEMBER WANTS TO ORGANIZE WORKERS the ihadowlands behtid tel
OF REPUBLIC OF PANAMA adline.
rs:MethodicallyLtih
Now that our esteemed President of the Republic has won ma eaiI th gu
very great diplomat victory during his recent trip to the talking ut of the
cited States with regard- primarily to the hated racial. dia- La emothe havet
rimination as practiced in the Canal, Zone, it would further men leader f roem
site the peoples of our Republic if he would grant our organi- Me.. tM o n l k Va., sw h
,of. workers. CIO-Local 900. to have the freedom to or- to Norfolk, Va, eS. bs
O~.we wobrklng people of the Republic under our bsnnera. and Ito the mew P
,Wj e;d Would show to the world that we are truly united LeatMShb en's Vles.
a .*a working together for the cause of justice. '!h'h ni a r rf u n *M
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&i6eders have done a very fine work in obtaining
r meiabers in the Canal Zone. Just think of the p
we were represented nation-wide.
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18 Dehorned poet. John 2
Granteal 17 Groups of 3
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21 Paue 19 Household
22 Consumes gods 3
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U I MIAM I, Oct. 12 (UP1 -
S. 0 ,; 12 (UP) Howard H. @oidRM p odue. Searching Coast Guard planes
S. Dprtment tion and msi .administra- yesterday found a mi sing Flor-
about tor told a ep h depart fisin, boat and reported
an tm-." l e Ito help meant feels Its present program "ali is well" on the 40-foot craft
y ea bt. wI look to support the cattle which rode out the season's
,"very t at it new re- market "Il- et to eighth tropical storm.
Us for Cat supports, abow results. I NSailt the Live-.-
officials d stock Advisory Committe which The boat the Phantom, was
mmer .t7p nqu WOt w aIde last mt here reuitly V "delight- three days overdue on a 12-day
i-we' n Acttlture ed" with e p d fishing trip when It was sight-
ataUw ,t today on Qordon o1t30e depart- about 100 miles northepat of
da est m s mm o uy 10 at. Petersturgh. `The Coast
oI." Uidwest; enti s 7~inn:;t tor W sard s t Phantom was
ned beef .. a that proceeding to its destnation--
iit.aW teC ,j-... llpe less than o per debt has been Tarpon Springs, Fla.
111 "101um ik the ( 11as the delivered. he pidedleti tb
n th Ispur.hwiner Two missing Cuban vessels an
ave In b th market 80-foot fishing boat and a gun-
wahaW Wwthat up' durhL nth crialp fall pe- boat, turned up safely, the Coast
ott th e wl opne t Guard said. The fishing boat
MIdwestern inuirl with a pub- with 11 men aboard was spot-
o j iiUOW o li hearing At MInneapolIl today. tal en route to Havana while
Se dmt the Other states to be viited are the gunboat docked at Key
d b .Con-South Dafko Niebraka. Iowa West Baturday.
S-n et -ve n Illino India adOhio.
teou o-f t i n DSouth m oar tour of the Meanwhile. brilliant sun and
tr elto Mp found mavy farmers wor- break wind. have erased much
ry-laid..heavyr.om. rled about a farm depression. He of the flood threat following In
a I of freedea ro- l he dd not share thir the wake storin "Bazel" which
.110rUUUoVeped b W0 fmfreianr supswept across Florida with 65
t oo- The prent farm. prie sup- mile-an-hour winds from Fort
a. -nth'Qti aM watc" Uot ommit- port program. will not be aban-mile-an-our winds from Fort
S ,,sr, that the doned he ait, unless a better Myers to Vero Beach Friday.
aviaadew ltespotismn14tnt cattle ptulram i Isdmftoped. Threr-
Sworld w and parent more, any change in the pro- BrimminL lakes and overflow-
m~ a~' gpowill be = 0yera pe- in rivers and canal had flood-
0' pa tary Era T. riod of .eMP.ad ill De desian- ed vast areas of the central sec-
has, desuch ed. h far m roSible, to reflect tion of the state, driving some
on. gruds It Is not a- the views of farmem. ,
toa pae Under Souithert 'fleqU generally jamilyes from their homes. Cat-
to d nig oernmnt rae and dairymen were con-
~41 eas "ero1 fronted with possibly disatrous
o. lv'-- .IAltoughl clear pkes diminish,
m an. ed the chance of floods, the su
my proe to be a mixed blew-..
pbands eduringe their h"ol,,at.,Lc--artGadnImn gl. Aome fFarmers feared It
Alm "inupvtr el ornu' wotld wither potato and bean
By W" ti., on crops which managed to survive
Ib 14At 6 oss Wade French H highways the almost continnq deluge of
ow*'L '.u the Oct. (N ) 00 a find rege at Gd rain which fell on Florida fori
S. d r l- es m here thou- dy l place. d nearly a month.
1a4nds atof wid Canada geese act o R 12 (up) mThonth.
t ooALr he began making lsds of -urit 1 rush- partinna from the strilf and
*.,l, 1 a Tkl. They accept food from friends WMNh the SON. feeding e, to strategic ,utwroads "barricade" s*paln gn. MoXwver
ourhae la ,r n and carry on their them became a problem. 7- ug cenp al* _eoto ard core of the farmter
t chatter and squab- he started accepting- contribp- forgea1 4 nce in 29 other depart-
fat oftl human ob- Finallyv he fixed a nominal a t to vot to go ahead with
of cents oW each adoul1 rEbel0latato g&head withthe sike.
i this is. oph dered one vi th refuge. Wlstora can cade main highWays.
then he at buy llpackets of co The M stry of eteor in- Parmers in so villages, led
t-A r the stale br n OnO the premises structed the security andpollee by the ma4orsin Asae Instances
op me-bi md eed the-ild forces to maintain order "at allplan picketlnee s through which
,buera congress- ms l et mait costs" in the -trst major unrest y doctors fire brades and
gli O de up gmft aMit fnorthMAS the rdnrs at, tI n d geru by Prench farmers a ine the wves ,will be owed to
tiane Gps geograib tqnabeolme ex3100 0t8r ow rerqt1o7.Paw
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SPEEDY SCULPTOR Working against time Is easy for
scUlptor Carlo Taliabue as he works to complete a bust of model,
Margery Leighton, at a meeting of the Society of Western Arti.ts,
San Francisco, Calif. It took Taliabue, a teacher of painting
and sculpturing, 20 minutes to complete the bust.

Shipping & Air Line News

Shipping & Air Line News


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IAA Cargo Experts ports through the New York an
To Advise Shippers Miami gateways.
Venezuelan businessmen who Following their extended vis
uae -fat air service for exports in the Caracas area the Cllpp
and Imports whil confer in Ca- cargo team will later go to MI
racas starting today until Oct. racaibo, Venezuela.
24 With veteran cargo officials
of Pan American Woild Air- State Depaitment Official
way's Latin American Division. Due Bere Oeteber 22
The two- week series of con- Charles R. Burrows, director
Sferences will include visits by the Office of Middle America
the PAA Clipper cargo team Afairs for the U.S. State D
to industries and merchants to apartment, Is touring 11 Lot
S explain Pan American s triple American nations by the Pa
Advantages of confirmed reser- Arerican. World Airways Sy;
vatioa for cargo, scheduled de- ten, during October and No
Slivery and -a brand-ne In- vember.
crease in Clipper cargo service He will uarive in Panama Oc
'bet~ en Caracas and the U.S. i22.
Heading the group of Clipper Purrows, a veteran of Stal
carYo olitcials is Sydney Department service in Lati
SChichester cargo sales coordi- America since 1938, started h
Senator for PAA's Latin American trip with a flight to Lima tro]
- Division. assisted b; Louis H. Miami by El Interamericat
" Murray, assistant station cargo S9turday. He later will visit
manager, and Joseph Boued, and Paa, Bolivia; Qtlto, Ecuador
F -dx Schalk, cargo sales repre- Bogota and Medelin, Colombil
aetntatlves- all of PAA's Cara- San Jose, C~cstl Rica: Mahagu
cas offices Nicaragua; Tegucigalpa, Hor
t duras; San Salvador, El Salva
C.rgo Sales Representatives, dor; Guatemala City and Me.
tiie.a Roariguez, of Havana; idi and Mexico City, NL'xico.
r Carlos Van Hoorde, of Panama: -
Aliredo Carrillo. of El Salvador,
and Dionista Villarreal, of Colon, nt M U
P;.nafima, are flying to Caracas W W r
-.forthe meeting. M
FAA's all-cargo flights be-M
teen New Y1ork and Caracas
has just bten stepped up trom
one to fiveroud-trik, On Sovet H-B
following a; .r ept increase be-
i twen iant M l d Cara's from WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 -
three to fouri 'ound-trips a (U) Defense Mobilizer Ar
week. tbur 8. Flemmting is being le.,.
SO1J lW^ AS^bua m .enas h specIfIc about' the Soviet H
Scn .... ...- threat now that Presi
c experts Will ue ai w t .Elseaower has order
table to- e 'n auatemleoth hpesOd by eh
Sniq surfer table tealAtoi nergyT Commrssion.
hos ts. Clipper cargo re- lejmmlng recently declare
-ha xpe xl te packs that Russia i now "capable o
Ilr ance costs, _speedB de- dUlvritg the most destruetivi
a -. cg thus cut tnve&to- weaion ever dev on U. S.
iti itt- bWXbtaln- targets, taking It clear h
9. m passenger .Cllpper mert the H-bomb.
S, Aman bow to-hur, ut wh be, vas asked Im
s*0d0W bob. The service in 9. aDew extAe in a radia
to 'sxecontinents interview night ,CIC
Capitol Cloakroom>, be sai
r advantage n anpry
Siptepr cago progrni to "Ihere i tthe capability o
Lam. IP de Oetubre de 1953 an attack on the continent-.
be ahob Venezuela's shippers United States. All of us hope
a a pe ~d 1 low rate available on and g ray it will never come
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and Mr. &D. Aycock. Mr. Cable Bldg., CistL All a -
and Mrs. WBat E. Adams, Mr. ber of the Club are Invited
and Mrs. John Kernick, Mr. to attend the teeatng, and
and Mrs. H. 8. hlte, Mr. and join the groop, Ifthey 'o ad- O a1U
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Captain Abd t tabrer. of the childin'a book eam to' J
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afteWr T oNMI can Tree." She is hWnbwirsi at ar we asb *of
Iueesdli L* the National L 0ewP of Ane -
The Sther given Satur- lean Penwomen and before oa ke l
day afternoons at tho home of Ing to the Isthmu* was active At a recent ans s
Mrs. WIlam Adau,. of Bra- in radio work. While herI- 1
zos H btg, .y to Women's band attended Tulane Univeral- ep nC h ^n I ,n
Auxiliary the Obusch of Our ty, she orgiteltd a radio nroe the follow .* ..-g o,.
Saviour, wam a very saccesfulIam entitled, "The Doctor W o idatMrs. Milton L ei;
affair. ell," using students from the ir Mrn. "Oscar_ .
Mrs. Adam and Mrs. Milton Univerity. aecretay and treasurer
Cookson, vife of the pastor of (CMtetued ar Page ,S a,
the Church, received the i@xty M 1. F1 Hemo ed With .
cests. iBs Ve le Cort arty CZ Art Loa
Orchid were used on theI Mrs. R. B. wad wa hostess
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buffet and In a centerpiece for a desert bridge party iv- par e l
cpntalning honeysuckle and en at her Gatun residence r. prepares Local
white beknia, a the teatable. day, to compliment Mrs. Aen I LL, i E 1
Yellow tIpes n rver holders Fllnn, who Is leaving next we ek hibition
and ailve peasant. complete e d for the States.
the table appointments. In a recent meting
Mrs. Gea- I magke, Mrs. A. The ladies playing wee: Mrs. executive board of e
C. Waldoc, Mrs. Beverl Tr- Edward Mllspaugh, Mrs. Fred ELne Art League called bWy 1
ner M. M J. Peten. Ms. Schwart, Mrs. George Zimmer- B. W. Vaughan, held t
O 3a Orr nd Mrs. Sa Brown man, Mrs. Milton Cookson, Mrs. home of S'y. Mrs. J.
alternated at the tea and cof- Russell Weade, Mrs. C. T. Swear- arragesmeta were mad
ee serlTes. ingen, and Mrs. Howard Bar- the coming Community
Mrs. Micael Greene was n ris. hiNUton to be held Nov. 1.4
chargeof the guest book. Prices were won by Mrs. ZIn- the Tivoll Ballroom aad
Sf soft music merman, Mnrs. Millspaugh and Gallery. .
re reand Mrs. Cookson. Painting pastels, ftr"
n. L te organs -- drawgs, ci ramics a" S
aM o. Panama Feferatlen Fro sculpture will be re
AIMu. l Dlet, Social Christia* Service Meeting Vaughan and R. K.
hann w di ofthe The 9th bLannual meeting Oct. 29-30.
tea ad w alasted y Mr. of the Pagma FederatIon for Prgrams will be design I*
&br Ban"d a re EHar- Christian Service .will be held Plutarco Rodriguer.
old at the Crlstobal Union Church The hanging of the
-;- on Thsnuy, October 15. will be arranged by M .,
iLameeen MiI Coffee W be served at 10 Gardner. Hostesses wi b
At the e Of Club a.m. and the meeting willsta the direction of
of t Wives Panama City, will be the ranged b Mrs RK.
C ib wa3 speaker M. Rela an in- Others assting are
S nfctor at the Intitto Pan- Myers, BW uJlSae
Amerimano. With ar husband, Mrs. Pat Ryan and Maloo
Vaughan w Mw- she Is planning to resume work vale.
S '100" begun some years ago in Da- As the ex.libits have
vid. In size each year voIt s
"i^Mlr W bers Mrs. C. J. Gens will play hezit on an. of t
wert Mr s. ";ar;y the organ accompaniment for ill be welcomed y the
Tucker, Mrs. Dorothy Willimml.lthe guest sloist, M. Bert chairmen.
Mrs I. & Lilem Mr. l- Watson.
an Henkelmann and Mrs. Vir- The eme, fr the day w1l
ginia Perry. be "Beek fi~ ;trhe IWi JUST ImCVM
Farewe wre slad to L.Lof God, and h righteousneuss,, c
Mary Laatn, Mrs. Marie WU s al, all that a, shall beb
liamson, Virginia Mbuld dil M o d and
sad Mrs Phylls Barnett. Delegates are to report. n ,C i WI-n
Mrs. PeY and Mrs. Elen the acuvites of their organP
ahnlk were appointed asnu 1a-n n concerning w o r hs pp 1 .a lM
bers of te D d to replace srviatee, ay courses, fellow- IS On'al t
ladles wao e leaving. ship and Give a new appen t
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4 Household Automobilel
FOK. 'SILE -Green plastic i, rng- FOR SALE:-J953 Chevrolet Station
room ,utle. 3 pieces $12500 Wagon. Phone Balboa 1718.
modern Ma.d gai stose 4 burner .
$65 00. M.rior top coffee table position UOfered
$15.00. I',,ernational Harvester
refr geroo.. 60 cycles S 165 C0 WANTED: English and Spanish
mohogar, stlnd $20 00 one Ge,- speaking male clerk, must know
men Shepherd dog. one year old ItypDng Apply all America Cables
Swell tranea. conrplete bed $45.'-0 & Rodin Inc Balboa. C. Z.
4 small rod a S13 O', all 'n excel- WANTED.-Male or female for of-
lenrt condclor.. Locona, phone 3592 wOr, Wrte "Apartado"
Art 7hD 289, Poanmo R., P., stating age
FOR SALE -Ch.nese Bege Rug. 8 x andr solar, desired.
I B1. $350 CO. 3231 Emp.re Sr.
Balbca WANTED
tOR SALE -Ch.ld s mahogany com- MiC llB
.bir.oat.on ioes and wardrobe, $15; Miscellaneous
boy's bicycle, $10; girl's bicycle. WANTED TO BUY Smooth tires.
$15; large chain driven, 3 wheel
r tricycle, $10; doll carriage, $4; suilable for reconditioning. "RE-
nycleg, $10; doll clatormge, $6; CONSTRUCTORA NACIONAL S
punching bog and platform., No 7 Peru Avenue. Telephone
Kenmore waffle iron and sandwich 0406
io'tster, $3. Bialboa 2-4210 ofter -0-0
4 p.m WANTED Violin, full size. Tel-
.._@m. phone 83-3280. Curundu Hgls.
SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- -- -
atr,; 60 cycle Jose Domingo Espi- WANTED-Furnished apartment, one
nor street No. 7 room 20. 8:00 a' or two bedrooms. Diplomatic couple
S tO 6001 p. m. no chldrer, address, Apartaoo
m. to 6;00 -p m 3419 Cj..uor..o
FOR.S ALE:-15 piece livingroom, 4 349 Cuo
i pie. bedroom, portable Singer
machine, table. 2530-A, Cocoli C. Programs
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25. lb. freezer, with 31 Yr.
liroiritee Before 2 p. m, Bld. : 8 H O G -840
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" street. Corner
telephone 2-3479, Panomo.
FOR SALE
Miseellaneoue
FOR SALE.-Brand new gas stoves
frr only S140.00. fully guaranteed.
Four burners, oven, broiler, storage
space, porcelain finish. FIRESTONE
"Automobile Row Ave Jose Fco.
de lo Ossa No. 39, Tel. 3-4563.
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Via Esparui Bella Vista Theater.
FOR SALE.-New Hi-Fi L. P. Records
just arrive to AGENCIAS DIAZ.
37th street No. 6-A. .
FOR SALE: Standard Underwood
Typewriter, Zenith Trans-Oceanic
Ronio, Console Sewing Machine. 25
cycle Westinghouse Porcaloin Re-
frigerator. Carved Chest of Drawers,
Venetian Blinds, Chairs. Set Wear-
Ever Cooking Pots. Misc. Kitchen
and Houseware. 593-X Mindi St..
Road to Gas Station. Ancon.
LESSONS
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totes Spanish classes, wrll go to
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'E" street, Parque Lefevre. Prefey-
ably American. For information
West 12th Street No. 8, uptoairs.
Panama.
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,Cristobol -2444,... FOR RENT:-Two "edrloffy 'ar
Where 100000 Peplement in Bella Vista. Call -08.
rud~' porch blinds, Balboa 1309 Presents #.s s FOR RENT:-Aportmentt in Via Ar-
afftear 5 pi. r.gentina, Cangrejo, 2 bedroom. can-
R SALE-Horpont automatic wash- --- I nectng both, porch, living and din-
ig machine. 60 cycle. Rec;onable. Today Monday, Oct. 12l b atgr a kitchen, ma d'o roam and
Call 87-31 B4. Fot Clton. P.M. Syi Whn D both. laundry room. hot or
l- installation. For further iiforme-
2 SALE -Hotpo.nt electric range, 3:15-The Little Show on please cal Te. -4968;
.1950 todel, with deep-well cook- 3:30-Music for Monday PUEBLA. Mexico. Oc. 12 (UP) ama.
9 r' like new. See at Qtrs. R4-B, 4:00-Music Without Words Police seized three bandits In--
Spusseau. First $100.00 takes it. 4.15-Singers on Parade the highway slaying of Dr. Ralph FOR RENT: Fudd aprt
S 4 burner as range, 4:30-What's Your Favorite B. Swing and announced that Americon couple. -'. 36th t
'SALE: -- burner gas rangeSee it 3.00 to 8:00 a. m.
sderr ano in excellent condition, 5:30-News two of them had confessed. Se Rt 3.00 to 8:0 p. m.
65.00. Wolff & Conmpny, 5th St., 5:35-What's Your F avo rite FOR RENT: Nied furmlshi espt
.22, Cathedra Plaza. tcontd., Officials said the arrests left mont Military inspected, Via Porrts
a6:00--THE AGSA MELO D Y onlv one of the four.bandits who No. 99.
I ITED TO I FL1GHT took part in the murder at large.
ANTED TO'BUY 6:15-THE BLUE RIBBON 'hey said HomobonoOlvarria FOR RENT
S..__ SPORTS REVIEW and Mauriclo 8oriano confessed
LMJ' y-our used refrigerator and C30-The Record Shop taking part in the slaving and i Rooml
v yfu a CROSLEY. Carl us at 7:06-Lowell Thomas attempted robber. "while they
CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1793 7:15-The Jack amlth Show wewrs od'a treieendous dtrnk." FOR RENT:-ilcely 'furnihed room,.
t o Naional,'n near Tivoli (VOA) near El Ponama. meals if desired.
ng. '0:0S-Reports from the U.B. The- third sutct nuel Call 3-1789.or 2-1693. l
r -, oo-.?rfk s VVOAO XAnchezs Ramife,. Justice of the
al ild' sidewk bicyc ace of p n ar dro. dL tlhe FOR RENTI
laore parrot cage. Tel. 3-0376. 8:0-eview of Last Week'sVOA took part l itthe murder. 0lN-'
--- 8:30--evlew of Last WeeL's though implcited In tre coates- M|o ne
..,News aons. police aid. Miscellaneous
IJe't 8:45--The Anielcan Leg Ion w p____
oci'.. Auxiliary StUi hunted' was Camillo Her- WANTED:-Hpuse with two or more
onyght.'qs IPe ) 9:0-Take It tfrqin Here (BBC) nandez. Police said they expect- bedrooms. yard, garage, American
SMcGnn.U Mrs. Je ff ::la.3-Playhouse of Favorites et to arrest him shortly, couple, no children. address 441
retiring pre t i $se t. 10:00-The World at Your Win- Gov. Rafael Avila Comapho. in Balboa or call 3-3620 Panama.
ati in bg usPies me i dow annnunclnp the arrests of Ola-
11:00-Tne Owl'a Nest varria and .*itOln6 made no -.5
12:00-i18gn Of mention of lnm 'anouneeinent I
a t e t aris earlier this week that seven sus- y
,to be held Octobr Tomorrow Tuesday, Oct IS cts amon more than o30 r-
ad,-P is'son iti be ccan- A.M. rested in comnecton with the
Sad mission iss eans i 6:0-ign On- The Alarm kllinar had tonfead to beine
i Clock Club members of the four-men hand -
for te m n :0i0- lews that killed the American travel-OnA
7:06-The Alarm Clock Club er.
frhAtei r Metn- (contd i CAIR l .12 (UP)-E
C apter No. 3, O 1 '7.30-Morninu Salon o1 Just Kept Revoluy Tribunal in o
t Id S reguJ^rmeioti ; :15--Morntrip Varieties 'oday t R7i Mnlbsd ing Pai
M14 ft~s regu)ir nneeti- t1 m M t ri
iGa4tun Mkoic Temple to- 8:30-Mu'- lral Revellle ae-ini swa mad listah
at 7:30 p.m The 9:00-News cause olf clal pl'a -
and aa of 9:2r-The Sacred Heart Pro- VA LLE. d.. Oct.ser
tM e m t of 91!a I I graANSVI-LE Ind.. Oct. 12 -
e oecscon a 9:30-As I See It IUP) WalIanf Earl Cmeron. 26.1 The 1 1
the degrees. 10:00--News wu tbs a bject of a two-state othe t
,10:05-Off the Record s'rceh todav after he chewed tn 01|
covered dish dinner at 6:1511:---News his way out of city a. son ilra
vi l precede the meeting, 11:05-Off the Record (contd) and the old
are requested to bring .:30-Meet the Band PolKy e rs d the Owensbro atc. '
bleor salad dish 12:00--News Ky., prlioni#r, Ialled on forgerv s ,
P.M. charge. tora loose a olece of The *
12:05-Luncheon Music wooden molding, chewed It to a pes '
Camera Club 12:30-Popular Music sharp point and u,.d It to lift the .-
T one ht at Elks Vlub 1:00-News the latch of his cell door. ing
VYeglar Black and White 1: 15-The Personality Parade ter
of the Atlantic Cam- 1:45-Lum and Abner 7:15--aurs ons in Science all
will be held at 7:30 2:00-A Call from Lea Paul 7:30-RevOrt* from the U.8. ru
Sit the Elks Club at 2:15-A Date for Danclng (VOA) ery
Heights. 2:30-Spirit of the Vikings 8:00-Over to You (BBC) Te I '
2:45-Battle of the Bands 8:30-Instrumental Capers also
tition subject is "Tex- 3:00-The All Star Concert Hall 8:45-Commentary on World i 1'S4,OS).
the photo depending 3:15-The Little Show News institu
for most of its in- 3:30-Music for Tuesday 9:00-Westward Ho! IBBCi ::'
llw be acceptable. 4:00-8unny Davs 9:30-Jan Club U.S.A. 1VOAIt The '
4:15-South of the Border 10:00-Jorge Fazola and his Or- '"sed of.'
program will consist of 4:30-What's Your Favorite chestra iments I
by Captain Town-i 5:30-Newa 10:15-Latin American Serenade vertingr
and Neil Belland. Cap-i 5:35-What's Your Favorite 10:30-Variety Bandbox (VOA) the a I
end. will talk on (contd.) 11:00-The Owl's Nest state. J"
r" and "Lenses." Mr.l 6:00-The Band of America 12:00-8Sgn Off Three
will talk on "Artificiall (VOA) dieted
6:15-BLUB RIBBON SPORTS Explanation of Symbols ary
arenvitd tREVIEW BBC-British Broadcasting Cor- foreign
are invited to bring 8:30-The Record Shop portion ploye
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sas Brimh t. Col. Ainy Neave.
"e has an ln e er fldence, a
lrenlty of spirit which make
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8witzerland, defeated France
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haven at iUbr r,
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NEW YORK. Oct. 12 (UP) There may be
some changes in the football rankings this week.
Two teams in the United Press top ten failed to
comp through as expected.. .and only late rallies
sav4d four others.
The big-upset involved fourth- a 14-13 win over the two touch-
rankd Ohio State. The Buck- down underdogs.
eye#-- rated the best bet for the Baylor ranked eighth by
Rose' Bowl this year were the United Press board of
stunned. 4-20; b Illinois. Two coaches waited until the
sophomores --? mickey Bates and last, three minutes be fore
J.C. Carodtie 'were the hatch- downing Arkansas, 14-7. Cot-
et m.ftfor the Illinl. Bates stored ton Davidson's five yard pass
four touchdowns and. Caroline to Wayne Hookins broke a
went over twice, seven-all tie and put the Bears
Ut took a fourth quarter pass on tot.
nitfteeption and a 79-yard Tenth-ranked Duke made It
run by Lindoe Crow before even closer. The Blue Devils
Southern California rained a& were tied 7-7 with Purdue going
13-13 tie with Washington. into the last minute of play.
Even so, it's a form revrsal Then Jerry Barger who play-
as the sixth-ranked Trolian ed the full 60 minutes as sub-
had been favored to take stitute for Worth Lutz dashed
Washington easily. seven yards for the winning
Second-ranked Michigan Stiat touchdown. The clock showed 39
had a close call before heating seconds left in the same.
Texas Christian, 26-19.' D The On the form side. fifth-ranked
Snartans took a 26-game win- Marylapd showed plenty of now-
nine streak into theL game. but er- in beating Georgia, 40-13.
trailed 19-7 after three periods And ninth place Georgia Tech
of nlay, In the last' quarter, ran its unbeaten string to 30
Michigan State cashed in on two with a 27-13 'win over Tulane.
pass interceptions and a fumble UCLA topped Wisconsin, 13-
to o.ain its 27th in a, row. nothing in a Friday night meet-
Seventh-ranked Michigan also in.
barely made it. The Wolverines Top-ranked Notre Dame had ]
trailed Iowa 13-A before Duncan a day off. Coach Frank Leahy
McDonald passed to Gene Knut- anent the afternoon watching
asor for a last period touchdown Pittsburgh, which meets the Ir-
that tied the score. Lou Baldac- lsh next week, beat Nebraska,
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Oct. 17. at Brazos Brooks Oo
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Noon on Thursdqy, October Ith.
If your club representative In't
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time 8:30 a.m.
All PWGA members ate urged
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INDIANAFCjLIS Oct. 12 (iP) signed supreme and r-crrlding gram he proposed, but ld it -
*.. Qairman w. sterling Cole priority to their proje.. .rom the should be undertaken atoe
S-.Y. of the Congressional very outset." even if it means abandontI g at,
*4tAmc Energy Committee said He did not estlmirt the coat tempts to balance the fedet? W5n
J4dm he fears that Russia has of the stepped up H-bomb pro- budget. _-am_,_
el rked on a program of pro- -
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that the United States may fallBritish Peer W ho
behind in the atomic arms race.
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g and speed to our entire im us
Sie effort of World War II."Sts, B ird
SaSneaking before the Amefrlca'n geent a
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he sahe=. .I nShot On Hawk Hu bynt
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hi h not elaborate on TAVISTOCK England, Oct. 12. skate and solve crowor p us- hd ho
t itat -ent. it recalled ren" (UP Police said today a ies. At .4 she became Int Wstd arnitnee.
lR#tcal reports that scientlst9 coroner's inquest into the atal in flying, laSined to pi a T b*~ it
,Vowvin'td a av. to produce H- shooting of the Duke of ied- plae, and became know as nu as a
bhomi witho-v usin, ordinsrv ford, one of Britain's richest TheP Fing Ducbess." eaniat at
A pbs a a "trigger" to gen- peers, woyld "almost certainly" One day she took off trm the a the
e the enormous heat n e return a verdict of accidental family seat at Woburn A~bt or i ntorth
s1r the hydrogen fusion death. en hour's flight. She never w at
t ,tThe Duce's body was'found on reported again, and no wreck- mfui
our own hvdroqen effort the ground of his vast Endsleigh age evet was found. 'tu.g In Re
Sas it must not and need estate here yesterday. The Duke. Her son also bas c*i Oakd ed T1 prol
ne 1 e Soviets have it in their 64, had been huntg and hi. eccentric to a degree. HU e- M ; r.
cWty to outstrio us aid shotgun lay besldq mn. He had tific interests Won him elm, U
p us decisively within been shot in the head. but his political coW ,V ta r
ne tl vply short period of time," brought, dislike and crl ivtaic
MM l d. Police said the nobleman ap- 'from hI fellow peers. 'e i
*al .. parently tumbled In a mass of
Z uIid Russia has made un- tangled undergrowth and ac- When he inherited bles.tte i
speed In its atomic pro- cidentally shot himself. The in 19, the duke boyeettlA llthe ..w
be ,4s u olet W rs"'as- coroner's inquest was set for to-, d..4 tofM l li *It
morrow but officers said "foul a year later t
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out." friends" who were pgt at .In- dA from O
mM he body will be cremated at terment camps by 't tish .
jeK r yPlnouth Wednesday nd hi government u tnM a- r-=, eI
lA fc awns returned to dalelg l.e lies. i iu e
sa-e day. Later they ell9e He even In .-touch dh % A n
SlIM,, trahpferred to the imilUy vult Q ermy le in I m r-
w Mni at Chenle, Buc ainffms hire; ink thip wv see how far ithe
The Duke held ._cialist, sym- German gpermnent wastr- Ug
S- ur phni Pthils and stad4ed the behavior pared to imet us on some o the
'Purdy, technclan of bats and b common eb.troversial points."
lervir JIntermerreano An intense a=er h had gone Qn More recenaty, he advoca
.eo. Agrols an PFa- all over the 12.000 acres of parks closer ties with Commulst C-
Ill A ver a lecture on ad wooded bhlsides since soon na.
Credit and Aricultural after he set out from the house His fortune was- estltated at
S..a Wednesday at before brepktast Friday with a 14 million dollars in a da when
m-t the United states sporting rifle, most of England's get for-
Uon service's quarters tne bad dwindled to a fraction
loanednm Trust Company Nodeholders ald be waq of their former bulk.
located on "I" Street. after a hawk threatening his
has been on thi slth- pet p~akeets. Op of the bigst laadown-
for severe) weeks. He will 'he discovery of the body re-M e I Eniland, he owned a
as a technical advisor of calUed a medieval curse on the ere section of central Lon-
lon he rural credit proytem oldest of his family. Legend says de.
plu as in the foster'lrgof the the curse was invoked in tor-
opment of cooperatives in me"t by a witch being burned Bush famous names as Rusell
communities of the repub- by th.e duke's ancestors when she cjiarf the family name was
Simportuned violent deaths for R.ssell Bedford Square. Ta-
Sarrived here from H4ti the oldest sons of the family., vistoek Square and Woburn
he was decorated by theM However im~alnary the curse. Plae .perpetuate the family a
Government for his help knyutery' and fable long had name,
development of cooapera- .4lod the family, whose mottn Distant rativae founded the
savings and credit soieties is aR stoical "What will be will Masao ses tso of Woburn va
rural areas of that roun- be." near Bostop i e lth century.
he adviselent by Purdyi The duke's mother, the 71- A kLn tthe duke '
to Increase the nrrnber year-old. D-,ieq of Bedford, wqn e a in par-
dit unions from the eight vnihhed in 1937. rt, O h .wrdte numer-
ound when he arrived to 61 She took off in an airplane oc s artol a book. He also
ti when he left the duam- and never was seen again. The kent hetd aof deer and other
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