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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: AA00010883:01748
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN N :1:
OWN .e meAND PULINHRO IV t PANAMA AMIuICAcN P BS m. INCb r w.
S POUNDED v NsI EN NO SUNnslV8I IN Lasbor New*.
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TuLaPHOWI' PANAMA NO 2-0740 i4 LIN) An.d .
CAnLd ADere. s PANAMBRICAN. PANAMA
CoLOeN QuO e aC i t 179 CENTRAt AVeNuF erTWenN 2 H AND 1AD STH RET.1 Jr
SFPORKleN R~EPRLENTATIVes JOSHUA 8 POWERS. INC.
345 MAnWION Avg. NEW YORn 4t17 N V. ent
LOCAL SIV MAIL
PR MONTh. IN ADVANCE1.70250
POeR IX MONTHl. IN ADVANCE 80 ) o00
no- 1 v0aP.n. IN vv*Ac s so s8 o4 By Victor Rlesel
S Ti- IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN We live in a land wheremen,
.i YOU pnrU the RDs OwN corU N though exposed bY ua d grea-
sional Committee as spearhead-
mote treason agoanst the U t .e'
H cap still take the platform and 4 *
Th MH SLos is en open Igrwin to, reader Yt Th. r W eAmes. publicly agitate key atomic Mud
Theo Mail 8eo is an open forums for to ders at he Pe A electronic defense workers In
a kLette areln re cetied gratefully and are handled in a wholly onti- plants from which roll out- fb-
ol manner. ulous futuristic weapons.
I it aon contribue o ltter don't be impatient i doesn't Appert th uS futuristic weapons. m o
e day. Leers are published in the order received. plates of high Soviet propan-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. da officials, have in thepast
identity of letter writers as held in strictest confidence. month publicly and def atl
This nawspeper eumnesn a responsibility for statements eas opinions strutted across the convention
Iapessaed in letters rosen platforms 'ofunions wht h eould -*
o paralyze our uranium supplies
CALL FOR DAV and our production of the most
delicate electric brain weappns.
Margarita. rW
SGentlemen: Only several days ae such
men strode to the podium of
Since the Mail Box is the most widely read column ie the the United Electric. Weoers
,Csaal Zone I am hoping that this appeal can be printed prior ;o tUion Ind ependot) ptoen- j-u
11 October. tion I1 Chicago's Hotel Cod%-
October. gress and denounced our lll-
1 It seems that hardly a day goes by that we don't pick up the tary high command as "mon-
newspaper and read where some benefit for veterans is being sters in the Pentagon." They
curtailed or eliminated. In many cases these curtailments are called our defensive war a-
S enforced without a care as to whom or how many veterans are gaitst the Srovetived North
affected. Quite often it is the disabled veteran who is hurt the Koreans and Chinese armies
#most. He loses disability compensation, hospital benefits, job pro- "a scheme hatched in Wall St.
tection and who knows what else in the future. When we read to stave off a depression by
of these happenings, even those of us who bear the brunt of the sacrifoiinl hundreds of thou-
action, s'y, "They are doing it again," and let it go at that. Why sands of American boys beibre
just talk about it? Divided we fall, but united we stand. So let's the altar of capitalism."
unite, stand up and..do something about it. How? By joining the
Disabled American Veterans and proving that "in numbers there It is fascianting study in arro-
S 1.L strength" for that is the only way to be recognized. Remember, once to note that this union.
'the DAV is the only organization recognized by Congress to rep- slttini astride -our vast and
resent the Disabled Veteran, so why don't you recognize it? complicated electronic industry,
Any m n or woman is eligible to membership if wounded, without which there can be no
gassed, injured or disabled in line of duty, during time of war, push-bitton or any other kind .-..e
while serving in any of the armed forces of the United States, of defensive war, could find just a
or its allies. one speaker from the outside to
S'Onie can still be In the armed.forces, and be eligible, but if gteet the convention. He was Al-
lot' a member of the armed forces of the U.. at the time of bert Kahn, one of those charged
S making application for DAV membership, discharge or separa, by the House Committee on Un-
tion must have been other than -dishonorable. American Activities .ith spear-
Those interested in membership in the DAV are cordially heading a 'project to promote .
Invited to attend the next meeting of the newly formed Atlantic treason."
in Brazos Heights. Those on the Pacific side are urged to call Al To the UE delegates. iahn
Parker, Adjutant, Panama Canal Chapter No. 1, at 2-1336 for ute d:ste/J0
Turther information. 1'here is no threat fro)* Rup-
sia. Every suggestion that Rua- I eB
Atlantic Membership Chairman, hoax." .
Disabled Ameriean Veteran., h What else was said along this o
line in the many c104d 6eslops PORT LYAUTEY, French Moroco .'a We have Th y rUm the best mei In tot n '
.one can only conjecture" since ourse1i ed a vastly oexpn navl, bpae down I old ly e. uctatfond ia -A fI that
the doors were frequently guard- here, and a vanstlyexpanded -ot iiiraty, ince-fancy ore gn gun ed-U0 hosens e fo chiexfiat
ed by the union's own arong- the days Paul and Pollly udloy it thea so the ....
arm men. well. It seems, despite med siae to They.eave ther mess. in thA
be running asnamoothly as ever dhasalmost lofa Arab w wac
Once during the weeklop. cOpetelyingrated the little of Lyaute.Ai r
parley, sveral members, *o. into the Navy. 1 -ivn
nents of the union's leasdehip, I know I am prejudiced in beW of the Navy, tre
CENTRiLetried to g their rightfal tpe- due to having lobbre4dfor it, b seems to me with t ,h lIln ~ a" n a
TOD Y dentials aid participate. ey that Navy has a way of getting ings done on for all tloe.
IR UTwere 'thrown down the its own, with a Ianumr of fidgets. and anythltaIg. t- V-tn r
SIRCUI physicallybeten and =of ololneam v. entory. .I1,dn
the Eivif fthts whichthe G ate. arnr*y...na
Presents: union claimed for itself in They hade their lstallas in here, run respect.
turning its platform fate a- their PlQple' nt 'd r, d have avoid-
O wfor0 an a s4t e,. th eplean rit' ha
i ...a taut ship is:bo"
There are photos showit two at r e s atWne. nl t o
A GIANT RELEASE! characters in the battleagainst nh wLyautey, st
SNTRAL GIN -- RIANT RELEAS! O has bo4cso inTinenpo gr
The two are Tony DeMaio, who I a as li, as li a Mare Islandth the. t ata b i ro o aeNh
___for the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and s e k, an the m e
Ii l Spain, according to Congre te Js done with Ibandon by all wh
sional testimofly, and a ohn the eu. theciaty. in is cbevf.
oojac he tr cInlte on are per ecut itself Into sepratie to
It was Gojack and Kahn, the nI an I R Antnd I
mong others, who on May 10, tr a it bey I not fear
1251, operating out of 1186 go V, b .-erne:nt-
Broadway, 'New York City, help- H a ou e o nre ca'em.The menlistd go
ad aponsor the Americap Peace I .'or a beer with the .hblefs in thel o s thle 1ow Air ase1 AreOv
CrUsade, cited by the Attorney el 'a clubS t ehe 'ul .Anchor, ail bat sad Sidi Sia.wb6 to *n I. gl
General of the U.S. as subver- fo whle every e in the world great while yOu ll actually a. a.
lte. On that, day they sponsor- h4O have nt., have refused .
ed a letter which called our an- to a Air ...
ti-Communi t efforts in Korea be
"legalized robbery." Their words at .. pre bhe .pn. %-
i WLL ieft-no doubt in marly minds sam .of Officers, and a lowe Il e4
HOD OU ere their sentiments lay at a op II Ad An s.t brass. thir o
` .moment when our young GIs -
s *ere taking brutal punishment
from international Communist
armes.
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At that time they were joined
by two others who soon will be
publicly investigated by the Sen-
ate Sub-Committee on Internal
Security--Alex Sirota, of the
Furniture WOrkers Union and
Maurice Travis of the Mine, Mill
arid Smelter Workers Union.
I leave 8irota's weird activities
to the Senate, but Travis Inter
ests me most for the moment
since he is the boss of his union
and that union Operates a net-
work reaching from El Paso, 0
Texas, to northern Saskatche-
wan's uranium fields.
Sirota, Kahn and Travia are
linked, one with the other, ilI
the House Committee's tatem& at
on "The March of Treason, $
Study of the American ea
Crusade." They are chred
this statement with being eplm-
bers of the Communist Pa
Yet, just as the U aIs given f
freedom in the U.S. ,Tra
union apparently has the Oai- U
dian government buffaloed.
Only a few days ago, I -earfl '
ed what had been feanre fi
weeks in high ateeomic e
security eirdel. The Ca= ,L
government had quietly, wiI'r
out even to this ay gil
puble notlee, certifed
Mine, Mll und Sm a8 M We i
ers as the anOnf
employee, of s he ot
nium Minc in f(aktw
In the words oft 0(r. D
leader of the Prograt i
servative Party m in i
meant at the unesW g
"in a position to, pat.
Canadian vital uralgW i bl tif |
try."
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nounee the U.S. forI
against Iternatlmofl
armies lead the menf
are needed ttuasg
precision weapon"
can stop those In
Communists srm a riha
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The prove, now near oam-
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at tih executive manslon undel
OGO auspipo It ranks in nMs
somwhere between tte 110QO
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the mouth iortico in 3948 and,
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mtagh it portals.
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the but it wouldn't wvenst a war."
rN Wilson said me recently,
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it r ',l t ut fense sl one of his department's
OW, Ntibl major problems.
M Members of a Senate armed
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that of. U.S. air base In Urope and
age W o ^the MediteriWean, said tha
e 6n grln. United Stateas 1e apdlv coming
m!ad nto bre m a o n to a .position of "formidable
"protecting Abi. county 7ram strength" because ofi ts-force ol.
erial attack overseas bombed next ito the
'Jte dpamor or a stfrnger Iron Curtain.
oon32tPntil defense ha grown Discussing the need for a
r ce Russia amounted strong bombing arm White said
is mumterv of the hydrogen "to subtract from our power tO
bomb. strike or to neglect to improve
It because ; preoccupation with
rIl at o in l a la.t resort defend would be
W' a' ad.-M losses suicidal."
A -b l by last '.To do so would be to aban-
Sw prev ent don our Allies, to withdrawn
S from an f.om the strategic advantage of
su B in our worldwide air deployment,
o way coatr a- ad to pin our hope on a ra-
ge wae a pidly declining power-the pow-
ebt ora*d er toeL resd, an .air attack once
The vice chief itHeod it Is well inderOy.
za "At present. Fnd for the fore-
'whwii wseeable future," White added.
Sa te "w. must- continue to invest
Seprimaril in the rising lower of
8eary the counterattack "

SNew Orleins In Dizzy Whirl

it Eve OPresident's Visit
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N W Of LEAN8,,OA 16 (UP) the treaty that transferred the
-Raucous old Ne Oi.tu daaa territory from France
m head IDtbw alto- thbe Otalted aes.
Sy rare home L ae Put0 wL make a na-
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Bobervcms e o te The government is spendbi
of l ore. at arm- $41,600 to remove that "log
ne ao.h o P ,bnln" look IroP. the est win
I iS, T l- d thAe House
"It'sa getong too biCu one brJ. jt hgtImgeste arir.In
ed purahse offiEi said.,"AX for ocaZ ffat be obllgd to
we camido now Is let her roll" acuf aeru ,as raw cement oor.
Secret dervicemeA tfe working Nor will their eyes be offended
methOdcaily to prepare the way by hot water pipes and electric
the arrival of President Els- ducts draped down the walls
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When SFC Alexander Dittrich ply Clerk with the Anti Tank
reported for duty to Col. A. 0. Platoon.
Elegar, commanding officer of In 1940 with his unit, the 4th
the 33d RCT the other day, it Infantry Regiment, he went
was the occasion of a reunion of overseas to Alaska where he serv-
two veteran soldiers, whose first ed for three years. He received
contact goes back 17 years, for his promotion to Sergeant dur-
in 1936 it was "1st Lt. Elegar" ing that time. The year 1943 saw
and "Pfc Dittrich" of Company the 4th Infantry return to the
"F". 4th Infantry, Fort George states to Fort Benning, Georgia.
' Wright, Washington. At that time, Sgt. Dittrich was
a supply sergeant.
At that time Lt.Elegar was
Pfe Dittrich's Company Com- Remaining in the states for
wander. Col. Elegar characteriz- two years, Dittrich left the' unit
ed SFC Dittrich as "one of those he had served for nine years and
ine O' who fo the very went to Berlin, Germany where
S heart nd soul of our Army and he joined the lllth Transporta-
Sithout which no organization tlon Battalon as Supply Ser-
can be an effective lighting geant. A year later.he was pro-
can moted to his present grade of
SFC.
Diltrich has an outstanding Upon special orders from Gen-
record as a soldier, having serv- eral Keating, Dittrich was trans-
ed 16 years in the U.S. Army ferred to the 16th Constabulary
plus service in the German Ar- Squadron to make use of his
29an Army. In addition Dittrich knowledge of the German and
witnessed as a yeng boy the Russian languages.
Russian Revolution of 1918. He His next assignment was the
speaks both Russian and Ger- 759th MP Battalion where he
toan. worked in his old job as Supply
S. R ,Sergeant. -He returned to the
Born in St. Petersburg., Russia States in 1951 and reported to
in 1902, Dittrich spent his first Fort MacArthur, California and
16 years there. It was then that the 370th Engineer Battalion. Re-
his father, who was a. German mailing at Ft. MacArthur only
citizen, decided to return to his a short time, the unit was moved
homeland The Dittrich's moved to Panama and stationed at Ft.
to Berlin, Germany in 1918 where Sherman.
Dlttrich continued his education.
Upon the de-activation of the
After the end of World War I, unit, Dittrich went to Fort Ama-
he went into the German Army dor. Learning that -his former
for two years. Upon completion company commander was now
of his military time, he returned in Panama serving as command-
to school and civilian life. ing officer for the 33d RCT, he
requested transfer to the 33d in
In 1928, Dittrich came to the order that he might again serve
United States and went to Wal- under the command of Col. Ele-
la Walla Washington. He worked gar.
for eight years and there joined
the Army in 1936 after receiving
his first citizenship papers. _


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His first assignment was Com-
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Here t a leter 'from a wife
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of the eternal Mhliews quarrels
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into she is tbftuLt ef leaving
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles a ee ha -ve a eWY pes Ie. I
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FO- CALE--Livingroom sofa and FOR SALE--1952 Cadillac Hard- i051 lAsss. C. .
matching chair, slip cover. Rea- top coupe like new, radio. nylon
On,obl? Panama 3-3073. Seat covers. Tel. 2-4721, Panama. FOR SALE
FO -- Kemore au- FOR SALE:-Bulck Super 47, four
Orr AL. washer, almost new. $200 deer sedan, in excellent mechanic- A l ig geou
Frt Amadsor 82-4196. ally condition. Duty paid. For only
S8 750.00. Smoe y Hunnicutt S. A. FOR SALE:-Hallicrafter model SX-
R SALE--M en Wr 16th St. Cetrl Ave. Tel. 800, 28-A communications receiver, ex-
0,-, CCh-forobez $25.00, Mahogan Colon cellent. Phone Colon 103 after
table and 4 chairs $35.00, Kitchen 6.00 p. m.
Ctbre 525.00, Night tables $4.- FOR SALE 1947 Ford. De Luxe. S
_O. China Closets $19.00, Rock- Tudor Sedan. Good condition. FOR SALE: New beautiful Pan
chairs $5.50, Livingroom sets 2170-D, Cunrndu. Phone 83-5268. Americn trumpet, permanent
S chairsdul jdORSL:brass, silver finishing. Bargain, 85
$59 00 complete double beds FOR SALt:-'47 luick, tour deer, dollars. 124-C, New Cristobal, C
firm 148..;0, Bars $65.00; modern Special, duty paid. For only $725.- anytime.
sn. .i .vith stool $35.00, Arm 00. A real bargain. Smeet y Hun-
ch.rr 9$8.00, Guaranteed 4 burn- niutt A. 16th. St. Centbl Ave. FOR SALE: Pedigreed toy pups.
er G Sroves $69.00. And MANY Tel. 800 Colen. U.K.C. registered Amotoyo (Toy
OT-IER BARGAINS, which ore Terriers) Parents very small. Purple
YOURS for only a SMALL DOWN ribbon strain. Phone Colon 723.
pA'~fAENT, FOR SALE: 1946 Ford Tudor, 6
HOPAYMEHLNT. l. Excellent condition. Very FOR SALE:-Large two story seven
uHO UEH ow No. 41 -LTel. 3-4911 clean, economical, contact H. Jury room Dool House, ten electric lights.
F d n2-137B Curundu. weekdays, after completely furnished. See at 133
FOR SALE -Two brand new 6 cu 4:30 p. m. Phone 83-5271. Ridge Road, Balboa Heights. Bal- F
ft. electric Servel refrigerators. c boo 2-1463.
$225.00 each. Works either on 25 :FOR ALE- 949 Bukk Convertib le.
or 60 cycles. Refer to Diablo urn fully reconditioned. Like new. See FOR SALE:-AKC registered, Pedi-
Sture store. Central Avenue No. 86 it end buy it. Snoot t Hunnicutt greed mole Boxer dog, full grown
Phone 2-2404. S. A. 161h. St. Central Ave. Tel. Well trained and well marked. F
Phone 2- 4.__00 Colon. Call Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE:---Apex Foldamatic 0ulo-
FOR SiLE:-Apx Foldamti new con- FOR SALE Plymouth '53 utility FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma-
lation oriri Cycl $27502, takw Station Wagon, 500 miles. Perfect chine, Piano Upright Grand, bab
$12.00. Cold spot air dryer D- Tires. Duty Paid. Like New. Phone crib. Telephone 916, Colon.
humidifier used for basements. 3-1697. 9 a. 5 p. m. 3-2097 HANCOCK-Restaurant, Specialities:
large rooms, etc., perfect cond,- 5 p. m. 8 p m. Pizza pie, Ravioli, Spaghetti. No.
tion. Sixty Cycle originally $121.001 FOR SALE:-1946 Ford feer deer, 145 Central Avenue. Tel. 2-3002.
take $60.00. Electric Hair Dryer excellent transpertatles fer any FOR SALE:-Hillmon Minx Convert-
Heater $4.00. Duncon.phyfe toble servicemen. Eesy payments 'or ble 1852. Duty Paid, 4 pc. living-
pads, end 4 chairs. $50.00. other an easy buy. Smoel y unnicut room set (Simmons). Twin Holly-
Misc. 305 Herrick Road, Ancon. 5. A. 16th. St. Centrl Ave. Tel. wood Beds (Simmons). Speed
FOR SALE:-Porceloin electric ref- 00. Celen. Queen" washing machine 60 cycle.
rigerator Westinghouse, 8 1-2 cu. .set of child's books and child's
ft. 25 cycle. Electric clock. Vene- FOR SALE:-1950 Yellow Pontiac 8. dictionary 6 yr.-old Gelding-Bridle.
Stion blinds. Porch screen, 3 r convertible completely equipped. Blanket and Saddle. Call 82-2285
cloz:t Tel. 2-3644. Excellent condition, phone 3-0692 during office hours or see at 2014 A
-1 .SAL --- l small draw- i G. Curundu. C. Z. after p. m.
FOR SALE:-Beautiful small dra,-
ing!cc.r. custom mode ivory color FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet Club t Of
furniture, blue velvet and pink silk Coupe, seat covers and radio. Ex- Position Offered
airfoom up'nolstery, with matching cellent condition. 5420-B. Endicot WANTED: Bilingual yoa mon
rug and ,urtaint, proctlcaly new, St.. Dioblo. WANTED: Bilingual yO on
lf of its originoalpricr. Must1 with experience in accounting to
e sn t e ciatd. Phone OR SALE:-1951 Cevrolet 2-deer work in public accounting. Write
2-2798. Office hours. Coupe, new seat cevete plont like Contodor," opatrado 3233 Pan-
e hors Sld for nly Al*. .00. If aomoa.
FOR EAL -..Mi.cellaneous furniture. y .e ee t veul l keIt, ee id s n toy
mmor'n. slightly used. custom Hunnicutt S. A. '161k h1.' C" l WANTED:-Ecpenrenced salesmen to
made., reasonable price Ideal 0p- Ave. Tel. 800, Cole. ., Sell on percentage basis. Coll 800
;porlult-. Iorn JV weds. Must be pR-SALE-B u P940, 4 and ask for Mr. H. Pretto.
seen t, ,t1p.0t!.tid. 'Phone 2- FOR-SLE:-Bazick Super r940, 4
9dono eted. Phone 2- da. ,Jxceit'. POSITIONS AVAlIABLE: For 50
2798. .. noble ptleTre. ~aoyers. word per minute or after typists
new, duty paid: -.HqusaZ026-B and teletype operotoft. English
FOR SALE&-Comp1ete bedroom suite. Second East Street, uruarul. ,spelling a must qualification. Write
ne radio phonograph, one chrome Phone CurundU' 83324f, after'6 qualifications and reefrences for
dinette set, like new. Hbuse 346- p. m. appointment to Manager, Box 673,
New Cristobol. Ancon, C. Z.
bR SALE:--- Twot bamboo choirs F
with innersprinushins. Nw FOR SLE WANTED TO BUY
':condition Reasonable. Telephone R E
Mrs. Ste, Curun 7193. R l WE BUY your used refrageotor and
F R SALE.-II pieces six strand FOR SALE:-Furnished house in San- give you a CROSLEY. Call us at
SRattan set. 0 pieces mahogany to Clara 898 fet square land, CIA. CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1793
dining set gloss tops, 5 iees ma- cheap. Phone PahoM ,.,3-2949. "Avenida Nacional," near Tivoli
ty"Rest mattress foam, "ber pil-
hogony bedroom glass s Baou- FOR SALE:--Hou with all conve- CrossMng.
y Res9 mahtressfogan 'imiatior Aiiences, 5 minutes before Santa WANTED TO BUY:--Notional Hipo-
bamboo. Norge vefrigdrotny (25 Clara, facing sea. No dealers..Coll drome baoms at 6.,. Send offer to
cycle)bamboo. Normatic defrst lock 2-3266 office hours, and from 7 H. N Sox 134, Panama.
cycle), automatic defrost & clock. m. 2-4441 Ancon C Z
White sewing machine table model to 2 p m. 2-4441, An C.. W ANTED
Steel desk. Mixmoster. ElectricalW AN
coffee percolator. Mirrors, lamps. M n
carpets and other odds and ends HelpWanted MisCellaneou
of household equipment. All in ex-
cellent condition. House 0303 WANTED:--A o cook. Excellent WANTED: Good used spray gun,
25 cycle. Aso Lionelook. Excellent Diesel yard
SCable +Heights, Ancon. salarv. El Cnoreio "C" street No .2.;.. Al rin,,e. rD1 (i. yr
g o street 027 Gauce. Call Cristo-,


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SR SALE:-Mohogony diningroom
set, six choirs and server. Living-
room set, sofa, two ars chairs,
two end tables and coffee table.
Alexander Smith rugs, 9' x 15 x
316" x 36". Gluton rug 8" x 10".
, -'Mahogany book chose, White rotary
"* ewing -w~achine and attachments.
Two Q. M. couches anidmattress,
.Frtome bed with sprihg.and mattress,
Stwo0 G. M. Chest of Drawers. One
bureau and mirror. Small girl's
Stressing table mirror, stool. ,Ma-
hogony desk, mahogany typewrit-
e r, table, two floor lamps and three
table lamps. Bendix washing ma-
A i chine, 60 cycle. Two mirrors, boy's
. bicycle size 26. Zenith console and
; jredords. Vacuum dceanerand at-
S' techments. Misc. Items. 538-A,
Curundu Hgts. Tel. 83-2115


4illowe'en Party
4set In La Boca
The Balboa Chapter Women's
ry have completed plans
Halloween Party to be held
Iht i the Lateen Club at La
Many surprises are in
t all who attend.
will start at 8 p.m.
until 1 m.. The mu-
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WANTED: Housekeeper cook..
Friday evening through Sunday.
Sleep in PAD Tel. 2126.

Two O.i Negroes

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CLEVELAND, O.,Oct. 16 (UP)
S. Two Negroes from Greenville,
8. C., brought suit in federal
court here today against the
B:utherhood of Locomotive Fire-
men and tnglnemen and the
Southern Railway, charging ra-
cial discrimination cost them
their Jobs.
John Davis and Ada -Tobe,
wlt, aslk, dl 150,000 in t suit.
charged they were laid off their
johs in March. 1948. They said
th! union not only failed to save
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Service Club
Concert To Honor
Col., Mrs. Elegar
A concert honoring Col. A. G.
Elegar Couummanding officer of
the 33rd RCT at Fort Kobbe,
,and Mrs. Elegar will be held at
the post Service Club next
Tinursday evening at 8:30, Spe-
cial Service officials announced
today.
Highlighting the affair will be
two enlisted man from Fort
Kobbe- Pvt. Marvin Nalley. a
pianist from Hq. Co.. and 2nd
Bn., 33rd Inf., and Pfc. Vie Gil-
bert. a singer from the 37th En-
gineers. (Gilbert and Nalley
won first and third ulaces re-
spectively in the recent Soecial
Service "Bandwagon" talent
contest).


to hate them replaced by white Mrs. B4encer Smith, well
personnel. known singer from the Zone,
and the ever popular 71st Army
The pair also sought an In- Band are also scheduled to ap-
juctlon to prevent the union pear on the program.
from representing Negroes. The
union has its headquarters In Mater of ceremonies ll be
Cleveland. Cp. Don Brumone from CIN.


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ANNOUNCES SPECIAL SALE OF USED FORDS


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RESORTS
P'hips. Oceanside cottage Santa
Clare, Boxs 435, Bolboa Phone
Panome 3.1877, Crlltoal 3-1673.
House on bMeas SUanf Cle. Also
In COOL Cam=nna mountains.
Phone SHRAIL4 Balboa 1389
or se carotekar thre..
peter's Cottage. On mile past
Sant Clara. Please bring your
linens. Phone Beboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Sante Clme Beech Cot-
tage. Laro comfortable, modern,
near beah. olb. 3Q50 except
weekends.
inmlich Sent Clone beachot-
togQ Electric IcebOe, a stoves,
moderate rase Tlephede 6-441
Gombaee4.567. Pedre Miguel.

FOR RENT
House
OR RENT:-ompftely funished
3 bedroom penthouse apartment.
Mrs. Wright 2-2153. 7:30 12:
30.
OR RENT: Chlet, just built,
beautiful furmishd. Preferably for-
eign couple or reponsIble persons
without chldrea. Tephones 3-2683
or 2-2948.
OR RENT -Modern chalet, 2 bed-
rooms, maid's room, hot water
instolation, at La Ceprequilla. over-
looking Panama Golf Club. $100.
00 monthly. Miguel Hive. Phone
3-4844.


FOR RENT
Apwmnt
AT NTION I *.-Just built modern
'furnished apartment, ane, two
bedrooms. hot, cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:.-- Apartment to small
family in San Francisco. 12th St.
house No. 49.
FOR RENT:-Apbrtment in Via Ar-
gentina. Congrieo, 2 bedroom. ton-
nectig bath, porch, 9in. and din-
ingroom, kitchen, mold's room and
bath, laundry room, hot water
installation. For further- informa-
tion please call Tel. 3-4968, Pan-
mao. ...


Modern 2, 4 and 5 room, furnished
or unfurnished. Alembye's Office
8061, 10th Steet, Colon. Tel-
ephone 1316.


FOR RENt-Furnished apartment,
gas stove, refrigerator. Via Bellso-
rio forros No. 120. Beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Enquire house in rear.

FOR RENT
Real "r


FOR RENT:-Fumritre room,
kitchen privfleg, No. 40.
Street. Phone 3-5417.


bth.
43rd.


FOR RENT-Couple without" children, I
fu w d roam with. privileges.
Av. Ecuador No. 20, Tel 3-0420.
FOR l NT:-F'mlshed rdom, sp-
cios; boatroom, balcony, tel-
Oedo,,- refrfgerator ond" .trchen
SNo. 12, 9th street, lost


FOUR n -Nicely furished room
nprS, Panama. MeetA if desl ed.
C '-789 or 2-169.


K rJpn Officers
TiWolIn Georgia
ir. WNmmNG 0e,5 Oct. 1 -
( The fifth e o Re-
pui Korea off lito to ln
at t- . Army Infatry
sac iliw Will itmliv Oct. 28
to g a 10 week course, it
V34 announ14d today.
Ihe Koreans w8l take a Sb
we*tk oUr in U.M. Infantry
weperI -i tacl The I
oftlm rngle .from fist lieu-
tefh* coomL Most of them
ar wetaer k f the Korem
fihtlng. They will return to
th4r homeland March 18 nt
year.



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FAREWELL TEA HONORS DEPARTING NAVY NURSES He is now stationed at thel i
Coco Solo Naval Station.
A., bon voyage tea was given by Mks Violetta Kellagher at By GAY PAULEY
the home of Mrs. J. J. Kenntry of Coem Solo, to honor Lleut- Morning Coffeee
enant Mary Langton, Lieutenant Dorothy Coughtin and Lieut- Given For W.A.R.D. Group NEW YORK, (UP) Therell
enant Irene Walker who are completing tours of duty at the Mrs. Fred Willoughby and be plenty of cranberries for fall
Coco Solo Naval Hospital, and leaving for duty in the States. Mrs. Percy Lawrance were host- and winter eating.
esses for a morning coffee and The U.S Department of Agr-
Mrs. Kennedy presided at he A Hallowe'en theme was used meeting of the W.AR.D. group culture reported that the 1953
tea table, which was centered in the banquet hall. which was at the Gatun Union Church crop probably will pass the mU-
with red roses. 'decorated with palms. Multi- Wednesday. lion-barrel mark for the first
The other guests were Mrs. colored gladioli centered the time, estimating It at 1,075,000
Victor Camp, Mrs. R. G. Stiles, buffet table, and the names Plans were made for the Ba- (mi barrels of 100 pound each.
Mrs., g. L. Hendrickson, Mrs. of the two organizations were zaar, which is to be held Oc- With the cranberry supply a
lordon Barnett, Miss I.L.Reese, carried out m the place cards tober 22 at the Block House ample, the department expects
MLis L. Picard, Lieutenant Ma- of palm fronds and coral vine. In Gatun, at which time a fish many homemakers to free ex-
tant (jgi Barbara. Beitzel. fry will be held, starting at 5 tra supplies-either whole or as
Lieutenant Langton has been 'Mrs. Myrtle Hughes and Mr. p.m. a puree. Directions for freezing
serving as head nurse at the Horace Bishop. Worty Matron Dinner is a dollar a person the tart red fruit are available
'Hospital and is sailing on Oc- and Patron of Coral Chapter for adults. free from the department's in-
ober 29 for duty at Bethesda, presided at the meeting and Mrs. J. W. B. Hall Invited formation office in Washington.
taryland. Lieutenant Golth- the degrees were exemplified the group to hold their next Cranberry sauce adds sparkle
ritpe arrived recently from by Royal Palm officers. meeting at her home in Mar- and flavor to fall and winter
hniadelphia to assume her garita House 8522. The ladles desserts. One of the beat of these
Iuties. accepted her invitation. They is cranberry upsidedown cake.
Lieutenant Beitzel is also a Informal Bridge Party will have a covered dish lunch- The cake begins with a cranber-
hewcomer, arriving from Pen- Mrs. J. E. ErIkson was host- eon, meeting at 9 A.m. for a ry topping placed n.the bottom
taf ola. Florida. ess for a dessert bridge arty morning of cards. of the baking pan. Then a quick-
Lieutenant Walker will leave given at her home in Marga- t-make batter k s poured over it.
q November for duty at Mare rita Wednesday evening. 'Those attending were Mrs.R. To make the batter you will
Island, California. B. Ward. leader, Mrs. WUllam need: I cup sifted enriched flour,
#a1eutenant Coughlin is leav- Her guests were: Mrs. B. D. Van Siclen, president of he % teaspoon. salt; 1 teaspoon bak-
fag-on the 19th and will go to Humphrey, Mrs Donald Bruce, Auxiliary, Mrs. J. W. L. Gra- ing powder; 1 cup brotn sugar;
he Chelsea. Massachusetts, Na- Mrs Parker P. Hanna, Mrs. D. ham, Mrs. Hunter Dare, mrs. grated rind of I smallorange: 1
al Hospital. ddell. rs. L. ottn, Lee, Mrs Leon Egolf, Mrs. J. egg. beaten; C4up milk; I cup
-Mrs. W. E. French, and Mrs. W. B. Hall, Mrs. Henry Hotz, rolled oata (quick or old- tsh-
lrs. Turner Honored With Max Sanders. Mrs. Emerson Cottrell, Mra. loned, uncooked); and % cup
S, rise Bon Voyage Shower Lee Nash and Mrs. C.V.Schel- melted shorten.
M ws. Harris Turner; of Coco ries were won y Mrs. degg. H Toppine Ia r icnta: 1o e- ps
loll* was the guest of honor uce, Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. Wad- whole craiberr, 1 cup
tt : surprise bon voyage show- deli and Mrs. sanders. who"l1ed craber U- 1 cup ..
r l' ie Mrso Alfred TDJs, diced raw apple; 1/1cup sugar.1
raivend by Mrs. rrs. Kres Kadi Pro ram I together (and I cranberry
he Cristobal Masonic Temple Announce Birth of S o sprauce ad watet, drof a ng
Wednesday I, mr. and Mrs. Richard Kresge, A spread n the boi s ouaa grp-
.dnesda. of Gatun, announce the birth G ed -nch square pan.
Morning coffee was served nv of a son on October 9 at Gor- -I JFor the cake, sift together
Ihe hostesses, from a table gas Hospital. The baby has flour, soda, salt and. baig pow-
tovered with a Portuguesewhite bebn named Richard Allen. Your der Into bowl. Add suga and r
n4h blue table cloth and cen-: Mr. Kresge is employed by Your Community Sttion ange rin and mix tl. Ad
:erd with red ixorta. the Gatun Locks. egg and milk and sth"untl dry
4nmes were played and thee Where 100,000 people M* Ingreditns are dam ned. Fold
krimss werlewofnl Miss O race; ^ in rolled oats and melted abort-
Wilams, Mrs. Ruth Petkins, Lieutenant And Mrs. Johnson PreSent ending. Pour cake mixture over
Mra. Curtis George, Mrs. Har- Announce Birth Of Daughter topping mixtue.
bld' Chambers. Followrl'g ,he Lieutenant ijg, and Mrs. Ian Bake In a moderately liot,oven
r taues a basket .of individual J. Johnson announce the birth Today, Friday, Oct. 16 4375 degrees for 45 to 50 min-
gifts was presented the hon-i6f a daughter on October 14, utes. Loosen edges with a knife
're. at the Coco Solo Naval Hospi- P.M. and turn upside down-on plat-
S, ,tal. The baby has been named ter. Serve hot with whipped
The friends who participated Paula Llewelyn. 3:1 -The Little Show cream.
I the shower were: Mrs. Hen- 3:30-Music for Friday When It's cranberry time, try
SCpigelow, Mrs. William .Wray, The paternal grandparents 4:00-Music Without Words these cranberry cookie squares.
at Carl Sa1tke; MrS.'Stone, are Mr. and Mrs. John E.John- 4:15-Casa Loma Time A filled oatmeal cookie made
r. James, Ecer, Mrs. Matthil- son lived. 4:30--What's Your Favorite with a short, sweet dough, these
a, eely; Mrs. H.rE. Joihson, I 5:30-News take on a nut-like flavor in bak-
I David Eberen,. Mrs.. W.P. 5:35-What's Your Fa orite ing that's delicious with the tart
Mrs. Olga Roe, tr-.Myr- .. icontd.) cranberry filling.
leader, Mrs. Alice Berklq. 6:00-To be announced Filling: '4 cup sugar, 2 table-
g Coleman, Mwa.Mae 6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS spoons cornstarch; grated rind
Hilda barrold,Mrs. REVIEW of 1 small orange; 1 cup whole
ngete,.Mrs. FGOran- 6:30-The Record Shop cranberry sauce.
dr, M Itryludge.rs. 7:00-Lowell Thomas Cookie dough: 1% cups sifted
S 7:15-Radio Varieties, U.S.A. enriched flour; a
rakrlt.ar timet e 7:30-Report from the U SI. tea'pon si l
tVOA) sugar: f cup sft;
e It :00(---Request Salon 'i cup water; 1 d'bats
a tat n'8:45--Commentary on World (quick or un-
e -hn wi Newt cooked.)
S fawill 8:00--MBSIC FROM THE AT- Fot the t
SLAS GARDEN sugar, cPrts ta'
to ra~4: 30-London Studio Concerts td lt siuep mi.
t : 45Aor Music (, 4EBBCC, berry sauce;
children of :00--Time for Music (BBC) medium het
:30--Adventure of P.C. 49 bles and thle-s
(BBC) making the
A the m4 tne time the Q 11:00-The Owl's Nest Sift Mto -
will preside ver the 1:00 a.m.-Sign Off salt. Add 7ntB and
t tomorrow, Saturday. Oct. 17 2 minutes. B d i Bsad
bet 6- halt of doug nararse
6:00-Sign On The Alarm l1-Inch bakid g pan.
nt *e C Clock Club Cove rl'. waIm m
tST OR :00-News Rbll rena S jth and fit
t rv:05-The Alarm Clock Club over filling. Bake in a modqrte
A o br thy r _li 7:30--Jazz Salun oven 3W degrees) 3 to 2 5mn-
fOe:'ft~rO.$sha~d b 8Ageloas'e.a 8:15-Strictly Instrumental utes. Cool and cut into quares.
V O.e heat from Panama 8:30--BBC Feature
.M 9:00-News
ts r. a dollar per per-d : .Aoert M Chip.rsOld '(R., 9:15-Women's World (VOA)
d ninga starts at 8 ) in Erope,wil be the 9:30-As I See It
Acing i. cong*amua to visit 10:00-News
seven years. He
hape art e r11:05-Off the Record (cod
i e eback.to ts potontd.)
.'.S. AW e ll:30-Meet the Band
t Palm- Chapter No. 2 ai spend t days in. the
oifs the caitern tr, e ovt api 12:00-News
SSSpts of CoaIl chapter, .. Tune Time R t I C.
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3:00--American Band Concert
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-A Meeting of the Minds
4:00-Music for Saturday
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5:30-News
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charge of belg drank and di.
orderly,
Hayes, a Pima Indian, api
peared before munildpal Judge
John T. Zaris. He was bhoe-
less aud sabby.
Hayes had been arrested be-
before on similar charges sinee
coming here from Bachbpl,
Arh, last May to leek for
work.
we was the second Marine
from the left In the famou
photograph of the raising f
the.flag atop Mt. SiuribaehL .


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trick, and then did a it of
It was lear that the defend-
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My Dear, Scythia. Pin Pon .. ..r rt. CO ODDS Fi
ot Race ';C" Native 6%s Fps.Purse: 5275.00 P1ool 2lowe: 1I2:45
eFirst Race of the Double %, 01 ,

Arlansas, whose owners admit that the horse is 1-Lady Moon J. Bravo 112 -Improving steadily 3-2 T In. '
S2--81irena G. Sanchea 108 -Longshot possibility 8-1
being pointed for the rich Golden Jubilee Classic on 3-Con Valor II G. Cruz 110 -Not in this group 15-1
Nov. 3. is an almost unanimous choice of the tipsters 4-Duque J. Jime. 115x-Nothlng to recommend 15-1
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to win tomorrow's featured seven furlong sprint
for a mixed group of horses in Class "C" and "D"
. at the Juan Franco race track.
The stout-hearted bay son of Piropo II, which goes In an en-
.-Bergerac II which raced at try with Arkansas, and Rathlin
S-Juan Franco as Viento En Pup) Light ronmd out the field.
out of Alta Estima will again be Neither of these two Is given
ridden by Jose Bravo who had much of a chance. Julio Rodri-
the leg up last'week when Ar- guez will guide Piropo II while
kansas finished second to the E. Ortega has the leg up on
starring Great Game. Rathlin Light.
Other interesting features,on
My Dear, with Ruben (Caliche) tomorrow's card include the de-
Vasquez replacing Virgilio Casti- but of speedy newcomer Lady
1o,' shapes up as a dangerous Pilar. This three-year-old Irish
contenderr. My Dear was third filly has turned In workouts
last week. Pin Pop (V, Castillo), good enough to merit the selee-
Relampago H (Orlando Castillo tion of several "experts" to
and Scythia Fortunato Hidalgo emerge victorious in her first
Jr.) are also expected to be in local start.
the thick of things.
Mallin, winner of his last four


Scythia wound up a aisap- starts, seeksns s liftn consecutive
pointing third behind Chingri triumph against the toughest'
'and Pin Pon last Sunday while competition he has faced thus
Relampago II was a winner by a far. Newbridge, Florera. andpor-
small margin in the Saturday ter's Star are the contenders.
afternoon nightcap. With Colo!bian jockey Oscar
Masuera still on the sidelites
finishing out an unjust four-
Golden Jubi e meet suspension, Brayo, Bias A-
G en Julel guirre and Orlando Castillo
l Jushould have things virtually
i ui their own way.
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By CONRA6O

1-Tilln Tihit Lady Moon
2-Teletaso Minge
3-Sherry Time t*a Fru
4-Amaasona M Mora tru
5-RBas Ro1 La Knea
6-Cannel, II Pia
7-Lady PIlar Vampireas
S--wot Windee 2epperin
'-Arktnsas (e) Seathibl
lIMaiWali" Newbridge


Whose On First?

Ask Stengel.

NE YORK, Oct, 1 (TJP. -
Casey Stengel says the secret .of
the Yankees' success 1 that his
hie hands. wat .po ay.
gqya arttrndt i
De ch If they didt ltie
manager. '"Wke frst blse, for
example. J ad (~ello~ and BoH-
weg and Mize and that Trandos
if I have to.
"George Weiss wouldn't. let
me have another," he winked.
"The Yanki had to pay only one
firt baeaita' salary tid som
long when they had Oehrig that
th-y'ne gct;n' touel_ ."

Elsenhau Was

Always Duvile

NNAPOLIS, Oct. 1 (NEA) -
Not the least rton Steve IE-
aehauuer of Navy mpde just a-
bout everybody's All-Amerlcan
in 1952 waj his -uatllity.
He came to the Academy with
a reputation for raggedness,
In high School, for example,
he got kicked in the neck dur-
in- a game He cmpralned'of a
stilf neck, drove 12 miles to a
hospital for treatment 4 few
days later he couldn't under-
stand why the docthra whisked
him off pronto to the operation
room.
He had suffered a neck frac-
ture.


0- 1 A -IiA 4 1i11
6-D% de Mayo
7-L. Lulu
8-Dohmino
9-Daniel
10-Coaa Linda


A.as. *AF A' --auJprAZi M Uaa
R. Tejada 115x-Terrible recent races
P. Ordoflez 114 -Begging for rider
J. Gongp. 1 Lx-Rates. good' cI ce
H. Rulz 105x --Not good enough
R. Vas. 118 -Good outside chance


-30-1
8-1
5-1
15-1
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2nd Race "F" Imported 6 efs.Purse: $500 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double


1-Apretador
2-Toletazo
3-C-. Green
4-Beduino
5-Mlngo

3rd Race "F"

1-8. .Time
2-Ftlon
3-Diana
4-Fru Fru
5--Malaya

4th Race "D"


F. Hidal.. 118 --Uuatly close up
J. Reyes 116 -Rates. top chance
O. Casti. 115 -Mutuels favorite
M. Arose. 108 -,Waiting for "sgnal"
F. Rose 115 -Could win again


4-1
3-1
1-2
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Native 41 Fgs. Purse: $S5; Pool -ees: 1:4U
ONE TWO.


.V. Castl. 115 -Spem beat. ere
R. L. Gil 118 -Coming to fe
V. Oitega 118 -Good early speed
J. ravo .114 --Could scoe at price.
F. HidaL 104 -Inand-otibrt


Native 7 T.PaFre:. $30ll0 fol closes: 2:20
QEtIg


l-Ti-ra C. Chong- 109x-Nothing re.titly
2-Manolete V. Brown 103--Goodi race last out
S-Bljagual G. Rmnos 9x-Seems impossible
4-Dixtina A. YcaS 101lx-Good chance t mud
5--Annie N J. ongo. 96x.-Rates slin chance
6-M. 'Watru 0: CMtl. 115 --Overwhelming choice
7-nAmadorka C. Iglualas -114.--Dangerous contender
8-Panchita R. Tejada 115x-'-Needs better rkder
9-Gorden Bound A. Vas. 118 -Nothing to recotmend.


5th Race "A"
1-Redbndita
2-La Enea
3-Rina Roi
4-Don Temi
6th Race' "G"


'30-1
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10-1
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Native S14 Fg.PUser '5t. Pool loseu:
C. Iglesias 10 -Was better once:
B. Agulrre. U0 --Od -i- 8 ayrit
V. Cstl. 124 -a pacesetter
A& Valdi. Mf -ay speed also
Imported 1 Mit e PaSHi: 45i40 Pool eloes:
First Race.6f the Double


1--J. Lady A. ValdiB. U11 -ImprQving sloly. 8-1
2--Canajagua H, RuEl 07-Will score sdoe 5-1
3-Casa Buenra. O. Cast. o8 Has _ood workouts 4-1
4--BoloJQas E. Dario 1--Rates fair clhanee 5-1
5--. Frolic- M. Arose. 11 -4arly speed only 15-1
6 a-Pla J. PbulpA tl -H-U stronget f ,nis 2-1
7-Carmela II J,.Bray 15 -Should beat-theu ," 3-2
7th Iee "F" Imported P 6 .furW: '50. s Peel ebuud: 4;:0C
SSemoa* Bin* of q.p Dombl
1-Dlihat V Brewn mO2-it-Witrbett1 jo, S-1I
2-Vaitpiresa J- Jimn et2k-Pfrennals M.2 3-1
3-iurlecano L R. LT O l -Ith ap~uolrn r 4-1
4--T. Bath Road E. Ortt. I x-4.lu tW s te l Im 1,
5--Lad Plar F. .-Ro 53 dRi 3 1
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QUINI.LA
1-Tom Collin A. Vas. 120 --as b t ta te "' Ui
2-CCllon c. Ruiz liC -Needz da a1541
3-8. Windsor A. Phillips 118 -Rate Lii S-2
4-Bendlgo A. Yeaza F97x-A 5'-1
5--La Chata O. CastI. l t--O-D tp8 15-.
6-S. Grey B. Agulrre 110 i2 ifulns 10-1
7-Out aney F. Rose 108 -tbht it'lou 4*1.
8-N. Brighton R. L. Oil111 -I klt M iped 5-1
9-Goyito G. Oraell 112 -,-ref "ebiy sprint -. 15-1
10-Jepperln F. Hidal. 18 -i. ea0teder S-1

9th Race "C&D" Imported 7 FgP. 9q:-.. Pool elaoqs: 5:15
ONET i .. .-
1-Pin Pon V. Castl. 112 B-ravo -
2-Relanmpago II O. Casti. 11 0.- atpadily 2-1
-R. Light E. Orte. 97x- l these 5-1
4-8cythia F. Hidal 105 -NeT .Mtra '. 5-1
5-My Dear II R. Vas. 110 -C6dbreIn upset 5,1.
--(Arkansas J. Bravo 118 -Ra aiae 3-2
7-(Piropo II Jullo Rodrl. 112 .NB latly 3-2.

10th Race "E" Imported 7 Fr. Pur4 N M.0 Pl e dl I5:4


1-Newbridge J. Brave 114 -
2-Bedlata B. Agulrre 110 -
3-Florera A. Vas. 112 -
4-MalUn O. Castle. 112 -
5-Porter's Star H. Ruiz 112x-
6-S. Chum Julio Rodri. 120 -
7-(Mr. Foot A. Ubidia 108 -
8--(H. LA R. L Oil 122 -


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9th Race

i: $650.00


"C and D" Importeds 7 Fgs.

Pool Closes: 5:15 p.m.

"O N E-TWO"


N PON ..............V. Castillo (1) 112
S. BEL1AMPAGO I ........ O. Castillo (2) 110
I. AATHLIN LIGHT ........ E.Ortega (3) 97x
.. YTHIA ............. F. Hidalgo (6) 105
MY DEAR ............ R. Visquez (7) 110
SAS ............ .ravo (4) 118
..... Julio Rodriues (5)- 112


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BROOKLYN, Oct. 1 (UIF)
Charley Dremen formally was
granted his outright release as
manger of the Brooklyn Dodg-
en tr rad anamnounoed lmae-
diatfy that pe has accepted a
ob man of the Oakland
cl of the lflc Coast League.
a, Who wai let a
Deger mia r m" *W mlay
In a d4mte ever the o 8
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lan in Inl. beee ha Wp
lired by tiheu ge. He W a
aelwg friend eOF Clamp
(Brlk Lawl % obland eiWw.
qakmand al qp We Iuip-..
to oil" spat p att where5e
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to the major lmagum in
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Dodgr player, tpnaged Olaklnd
ftCO ThL Oaks fined
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p te last mueam- *
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gulS Brooklyn to two pennant
dutta the paet two National
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Preideat Walters a
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tract. laer bm one nSm-.
thre-yea contract but a-
willing to settle for a tro-year
Siowevey. O'Malley steadastly
refused to. renew the manager'p
contract fr loiggr 'I an one
year. He said he wold "'sawe
the door opea .or Dr~aBn to
change his m nd an accept a
one-sear Ayeemmt, but the em-
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threatened a mass breakout.-
S gron their compound today in a TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, >., IDAP, OCTQ B M, MM.
rebellion against "brain wash- PANAMA,
Ina" interviews by -Communist
Stripped to the waist, they
started ullinR up the poles that
held up the eight-toot barbed
wire fence around themul Reds Seen As R
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Slage" where 22.418 anti-Commu-
nist North Korean and Chinese (EDITOR'S NOTE: Here Is a Bamboo Curtain that they are was." r'Scoshl" Dixon worked for o r esndemal
prisoners are held had become dispatch throwing new light' in prison near Shanghai, and so Internatiqo al News Service. "ran or wom ," Dick asked.
dangerous. on the capture of two Ameri- far the Reds have been unkIovd Both wir tough little men, Appeg ef Winning-,
Some officials expressed belief ean newsmen by the Chinese by protests of the Western world. who rarely ised a chance to tond sllene.for time.
that serious bloodshed can be Communists. The author, now Who put the finger on these insult and humble the two Red The eW" t Infuriated
averted only if the questioning day bureau manager of the men? newdmei. Winnngto cn-
of anti-Red prisoners by Com- United Press in New York, cov- It is more than possible that Winnfi~et'U. Faustian face Icerned hiab e. i.te
munist brain washers is called ered the Kerean true ne o- they were kidnapped at the whim particularly hired Applegate. learned of. It ael
off entirely. tiations in the winter of 1951- of effeminate Alan Winnlngton "Why o silly ---- ," laid plan' r t
52.) and good-natured, but deepptive App wolt spit whenever The plnm ser atj press
One thousand of the North Wilfred Burchett--the two "corl Wlnn lton wqid launch into tra in in dee
Koreans were to be questioned BY ARNOLD DIBBLE respondents" covering abd propP his morning oratory on Commu- orateda a .ttd
today. They refused to be taken agandlzing the Panmuhjom.truce nist dialectics. Wiag -n al,
to the questioning center. They NEW YORK. Oct. 16 (UP) talks for the Communists. Dick, pulling.on his bandle- lied oAfr a ,
and 3,000 other North Koreans Former war correspondents Applegate covered the truce bar poustache, once asked Win- short, sa e tiia, Applgate
swarmed against the barbed Richard Applegate and Don Dix- talks (or the United Press though nin : struck tl. cun a the cake
wire fence and threatened to on are in a Chinese Communist he scorned the task. Ha was a "Winnlngton, are you mar- on which was r red Ic-
break out. prison today possibly because of war corerspondent! He wanted ried?" Ing:
The remaining 4,000 North Ko- the spite of two renegade Red to be "up where the shooting "Y4., 6 f course," the Red cor-
S reans in other compounds shout- propagandishss. ~f"ap. b y, big
ed and sang their defiance. The communists battered the
SThis is the box score for two long A-building dreams of Ap- PraB. th been,
days of thp "brain washing" pre- plegate, Dixon and merchant but bl64ace
scribed by the armistice for pris- mariner Ben Krasner last spring before*ades
pners who refuse to go home: by capturing their yacht shortly and
I 00 Chinese questioned; 490 re- after they set out from Hong rwn:
fused to go home; 1,000 North Kong for a South Sea cruise.
koreans successfully refused Since that time little hi been ee
even to attend the questioning, heard from or about them.. H U I
Today's attempt to get prison- These men were kidnapped, but -
ars to be questioned was a com- the Chinese Reds won't admit it. o -- ad
plete failure. News has slipped through the WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP) basic coMuWities with control ak n to
Republican CongresuNeft said when Mary." ow
today that President blsenhow- r.B Isnh~Rd thl tfinl fii
trench ommandos Prisoners D Yard .omse o include -rice ai- n a.tn the amilL.-
supports in his farm plan has aon farm p am will getboth
heartened the nation' hard- nderway w when e ha
| Gal Powerful New For Marsh, Alleged pressed farmers. Ntute Advisor
But a Democrat, Sen. John'C. Council me f.ere to 4avelop Its
mi ew ftL d Ind 1-iJAnkla *****.kl*_ falmA 9Stennis of Misslaslpp warned recommendations, th wouli&
1P.lM8that farmers will ony be oSati- aa cled tRbes otod
Blow In Indochina Greaiease Sayer n,,be.f o s,,.sA_
1 fledfied if these supports are prah to thoe p b .0eam ds
HANOI, Indochina, Oct. 1 continued at o9 per cent of par- tf council l Pell 1mer0a. J, z
.tomP ) -h F Irencnh ommandot --County jail prisoners armed Congress. Fergurn el s ald the
formed ashore in north central with spades begin a seaph to- eert r t Ax a nd
ful new blow in o en. lHenri Na there i on-o Th naa oh City Mo.last night a. sovin ar C url
Swi Marsh, the mysterfiops" a. l guy" hower said the administration "Father ta the U. rn
The amphibious attack w in the Bobby Grnlease kidnap- still hasn't finished working ot I, ,um
f aimed at the central Red astron l case the farm program It will submit Imus be a partners i p he p
bold of Thanh Boa, a city of 5- Buchanan Count prosecutor to Congress next year but that
ho l o Th en h a m ed ue ne 'v -
ON 'populativ deout 2O mla1. Downs Said t poers the price r" c support principle" DraftA Va -
2 iortwh o the beachhead. ldstart d ing t 8 at. n would be peireserved. At w h at Drt e-
This correspondent, falyin ee tb yard behind th frame bun- level, he didn't say.
So fn asite. in -xSe saw Wlow of ors. Bonnie Heady,
Freah uion fo rc s n hel Ir dn ap, Ca s k, Sen. Homer Ferguson (R-
S'rench. naval vessels., ilud- .x-year-old victim in the same ollcv committee in the Senate, Out O 5,
tig the American-built aircraft ~rd. said the Speech showed the ad- ws
carrier Arromanches, pounded Downs believes there is a ministration "stands ready to be .n -aab
the coast to pave the Way for ehaice he will turn up the body a partner with the farmer." the hh
the assault. Overcast skies hind- Of Marsh, who was named by" -'The
red a i. support of the com- Ball as the killer of Bobby Senator Francis Case (R-8.D.I red to~ the an
mandos. Oreanlease before be admitted said "it will be heartening to the tops wsT.
To the north, massive French the slaying himself. Marsh has farmer throughout the midwept WA NGTOt~', Oct. 1 (UP) "
armored forces closed in on two ban missing since his name en- to know that the price suopot talent official ttal 1 ie.I h
ed diavisons entrenched tI a e red the case. principle will be continued." said MoELOf 1t 'S t tt a 0
65-mle-wide iron triangle uome Marsh, a tapped ex-convict ine rrnt studies are still e for pla l
1e aSince current studies are still forWnfi aWick -ce NMo a
S 0 miles south of Hanoi. wM a reputation as a winoo." incomplete. Ferguson said he did breeaso, butl t ,fore- h t
SThousands of French union Ir- ws the object of a nationwide not believe the President could w Ioweof re~ebut ora-i .
r ed troops pushing soutf lrm search before Hall confeaased he have "gone any stronger" than saw ag" of.. ..ery
Sed River delta to u in m eas lying when he tried to shift he did on the price support issue. le "'
doswho landed Oul f the.blame for Bobby's death. 'they ~~ ad tiWa- -
yesr terday. pss 4me the tennis said there will be Dem- ces ria -aomed 9 t now
rid o Le ne e ocratlc support for the adminis- b eted hou ld is t
reports from the front said e traion'snew farm program only A n-
if It la based on 90 per cent of barely
.. One more row of hills sena- farltv supports for the so-call- '* .
t the from the fertile Jurse's Ben ch e six basic crobs corn, cot-
wroun o hBd na .oJudge'sBenhes bacc ._ ..O__AN
around Thanl Boa, cen- sandton, tobacco. wheat. rice aad
.huge ed weapons and peanuts.
The Cap-Rond beachhead 120 n t t'e o.
soth of Hanoi forms the Three trespassers were fined I think the farm program thin
southern tip of the in the Balboa Magistrate's Court that will meet the specifications
triangle under PFrench this mor ng. said down by hae president." he or a r
For trespassing in the La Bo- said. "must have as its hard cor
Officials described the opera- ca Commissary, Ladislao 8an- the 90 per cent supports on the h
as the "biggest concentra- chez. 32, was fined $15 and Vic- i ll 1 fits a c
on of Infantry, armor, aviatlpn. toria de Garcia, 27 was fined $10. BaO.a 'idueiW o- 1
-rtlery and naval craft" since Both are Panamanlans.. gg
I~ ndochina war began eight Leonor Zuniga de Chleaco. a Satnarday, Oct. 17 b U.5ty f Uli7mln" grpta.ll
s ago. The full-dress offin- 29-year-old Colombian, was High I o h r s
ie opened the fall lighting sea- fined $10 for trespassing in the 10:04 a.m. i. ...4:17 a.m y l I a umale-up,
a following the monsoons. Cocoll Commissary. 1057 p. m........4:48 p. m. -'" th e
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