The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01752
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01752
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racketee+rs in some sectiO6a -di
the AFL has cooled off the WOW
'_ __ -ardor for a merger O'1both bul-
fits into one politicallyi owerfuh '- 0 0:,
coalition which CoulW aste or .
break local and national eleoe
4 o Ma 9. 4? tions.
Reuther who will saon hilt .iii
We c a u ate ma in the,, Some of ahose m io-olsarta -.yter .', *Hv i
headlines with a series ot attacks .
on President ElsonhWer's .id- '.d
ministration, believe" the 010
can now go it alone, aespe re-. .
unless_ _ _r_7 e sports that its l fallitai AJt,
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their amazing plans fote the lu
S Problem 01 The or: What Is Man? tre, he apers Ut '
by these reports thit (I ..
cracking up. He is, for m-
CIrVtUZATION will return answer the problem of man is pie, preparing to build the on-
to peace and order when i the way we will solve our so- ly labor-owned t el e t I n
"enters into itself;" i. e, re cial problem. broadcasting station In the
.flects upon the end and pur- Our problem today is the broadcasting over ChanIlnei4P j
,pose of being a man. problem of the Forgotten Man in Detroit, this station will be
We cannot talk of building a -forgotten man in the. sense part of a million-dollar-a-year
so"gil or economic order for of forgotten human di 4 ; airwaved propaganda opera-
mll, unless we now the. pur- forgotten Gi~tans wo~ oo ot- tion dedicated to IO's type of
poe of a man, rany more than ten div$ destiny fdtgotton unionism and New Dea 919Ut1.
uan architect can build a house power to' cosmmne ~ith th e' al candidates.
unlless he knows the nature of Life and Truth and Love wtich il
the one to dwell in it. If a dog is God. The station will cost the UAW -
C cIO Broadcastliv* Corp, oilWh-;.
is 'tb live in it, it will be a dog THIS IS the real Forgotten ilian 500,000for con tatulon -
house; if a criminal is to live Man of our day-th-e man who lone and some $400,000 a year to
N II oMANNIER, the kind of down in the depths of his soul sponsors. -
aeoial order we will build will that he was made for, G 4. Plans for the station reflect
;dep-.d upon the nature of the
dm aifd upon the nas made. f START with the true ', ity Rether's characteristic dar'in
n oa l fbr iwhom it is made. If om namely, by recogniting ond imagination in the field f
he is only an economic animal, of man, it labor propaganda and ducatio
laa hie lei pnim that he is a personalitypropaganda and u atio.
i th ,we will let Communismis be iiro Tt is being built for the future-
"h#im a bed in a factory; his complete lre in for broadoesating along UHF (Ul-
f he is a rational creature, with obligations to his tra High Frequency) lanes as
n46 to the image and likeness bor and to God, and thate d- compared to the more traditional
of od then we will have to world is only a prelude to the VHF (Very High Frequency) e-
buad something else besides a next---then we have the basis cention of our current TV sets.
Sua.etdy for him; e. g, a h ouse of true social reconstruction.. However, a .50 to $60 contrap-
: 'w will be a hoe, a school Then the world instead of tion will soon enable regular sets

"-er: vWinstonr hur.c
i mounded dust be -,eomle t ime Reuther's station itel the "
Artrirwr e5 ren, arid asrn-- E.tr .ofoac1
lhurclh where Ms soul can e^s- scene of our greatest victory., airwaves this lvpe of broadcast-
.dchurch where his soul can es- In may well be as popular as
epe the servitude of the earth- THE UNIVERSE becomes that on present freque cies.. .. at
Ily and mount to eternal union one great scaffolding up which BY"R S8 ."
with God. souls climb to the Kingdom of The United 'Automobile Work-
THE PROBLEM of the hour God-and when the-last, soul era is seeking permit forb lsmi- .-
tis the problem of man. What is shall have climbed up through lr stations elsewhere MI the All free men rmij#* heartened to hear agalli Then) Sir, Winsto into frea found. He
man? Is he an eaonamic ani- that scaffolding, then it shall Midwest to match the .tenea the voice of ir Cto hurchill,, Britah's 78- chided both qtlh lalst
al, or is he a rational crea- be torn down and burnt with now being issued it by t' F- year-old prime sister, speaking out with S or. foi lack of Plthe d states ahd
iture composed of body and fervent fire, not bhcau .it is e ra Comm mni actions Cfn"r ls- uprising vigor and pungeney after his four-month rvlvvlnk Geraiimy. AddrwuiWk4be Neutraiste,
bare but because it has d on for operation In tDetrit. tites and convambucie.+c. ..- "'' he remlnded'tlhm that Wletta fbi s in AEurow
snd capable of entering bare, but because it has done where there are but three other Looking better t~an hedjdtwo yearas.ao when are four tlmes the stToth Vt all th Weaslip
Into Communion with the triple its work ithas brought usTV stations. These are on the he resumed the hjetdes kp-dof his' cunt" the armintes.
envirmnent which surrounds back to where we started--the remilaor broadcast bands. doughty Sir Wneton idt ered his crS v loas . .s
him,.samely, nature fi ow, very he~rt of God-: The FCC examiner who ap- on the state of the world in a speech whbos fre.. To reduce defenses would be-jaiise. he Aid,
anSimnd Godt? The w4 we t PU r .. sv e. t a proved Reuther's aplication quest bubbling aor rgyed Ba basic soleaity.. san to n t off German .-eadps at woud,
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-1 ally and technically qualfed Obviously, mindul tihatrh last address. on 8r Winstn thrpo- ad e t-
to onstret and operate a' tele May 11, had created a great pUl t in free-wold, t blockedG'er aa m -a
;,vii on station." circles, he picked o the n t itad t of that ple. i .1 ', L
Plans how call for six hours of talk and wove thea into fresh patUrna.: Other A e otna4 ..+ .
dpllv telecasts, including '"edu- At that time he bhd proposed high-level con,' wPo~' E
n l,, cationol 'lend cultural" -news. ferenee tam ong.e Amrican and f rinW th
Typical of the auto inon's poll- Russian leader., and SintOd that some sor.t. of. T the s est warning dtl i.
cles in other fields. it has an- mutual nO nagreL sat b, o,.
noenned thatt t will try to run wOrked u '- be ti .e nc.1
basis. but will seek enough't tie n IoN' lYA* U e ob, j
merclal oonsorshiD to permit et W W: % F 1 HoNuyiB t r MU c- be tena bee
to break even if it can, said Brlfn W-ll pscaot. reY 'n eensfak aBrittai 0pde ,pt -O. 1 1Fr
t bre evn if iaSir Winston su-geted, tht even a five or lOj- ralty. ''
Word re I that the T year breathing spell-ln the cold w1r might lea
S. or resn t msthower' ultimately to something better in the more dis- This colt still does-t believe high-level
Station which munt ot %turt. tt mrtint be eduaIvte-ve of a u ul
the PrC lo w of abtectivit. He repeated h'"conviction that Britain shaldd. o g" iBuawse csnot doubt that Sr
will neverfh" 'esa be beamed at use what, he-called "Its lnreasing Influence n Winaton has ltd.smestpower and a lull
Skeinwhnr Miebiran in the hanOe satisfy both Russia and divled Guimah y. asp of political .
of the New Deal Demnoertle each need feel no anxiety abetAthe. other. For he U.tl al tk L: ,:e-
Srovernor Mennen WUlisRms. He was his way of reaftfrmng belief A the ides a. ceasfu or not, .re n o t o tU a ruto
hao been abelinfla to the ma- an east-west n .onagroialon .aSt grWanteeblg Western defansmefor)lpd by p4 pte Mtiglht
t ar Int as the late Frank both Communt and.frem-wold border. ofoe manG.. .
M rn In the qt-dow e
'I0.4 daqt fram which CIO sprang
back in 1931e. -. .
S''ILL iA6 A STEArDI HAND--Dr. Mario Nigro relaxes in Willlams 1I "t for re-election
t.e oarber's chair as 93-yer-old Prank H. Thomas. oldest acut'e in 1954. And Irardv Reuther's
Sbrber in the U. S.. starts another day's work. Thomas operates st aewide Po!'ttral Action Corm-
S has shop m Millord, Kanm. and' has been in the business for 77 mittee has sched'rler 19 confer-
y Ears. His ahop shtll fea res old-ssyle wooden chairs and Indl- 'ences, some rainnng two days. to
vidual shaving must. dipag back to 1876. the year he started cover the state's 18 Conrlssign- aMEMOS OF A GeIRL a" toioa apt
Sin business, al ditricts in the next five aby," t et.,
Months in apnort of all Demo- Dear WW: How do J et Mr. (or Mrs.) Po- slreno. tp.r west. tf thi
-.. crtle candidates. owner of the N. Y. Yen fhis phone to middle eLbe l4 tease w
S.=.---- A clean seen for the CIO- check the tch-tehat (Oa I'~ the t hMorocco ork bhmi ue di Pi 3
sponsored cPAndidates can wine Circuit) that they've een secrMetly i Ivsed atnd ..
out President Eisenhower's slen- that his next s a a -Y -bld doll? (Jes' check- Three bIta caute o lI arsn
der control of the House and in' the facts, ma'am)... -rIpp DnhTam' are nowi m .~Ji i
Senate. det friend, the Shab 9 h'i, anji*h '18-&-at.
Republican Senator Homer gold anklets and bracelet so heavy can' owner) is a

ETr I e.s w ... n-I ct d ...SI.an ,1oeo.r.&%--%Z
PresenTs' -b l whic h I'vej t lelto cut 5earb. oue d ...he a~ lt.llh, The Haf
.eletkion, ld the CIO wnI t tres -,nt

easV m iw whCRCin ,ch can .Va8d the
.pla -ieer wItb a Ness Dealer. ion let. On Brrgoadway".r- ,e. d u.e Radio mid

Those around Presiden Wiseon- cMond night in Chicagoa" It st ed to .pro W
imen o whif I've Juta lell a Yule gift for .B bo is the b. ayi iKrIeal
I'sGREAT FESTIVAL SPOSORED BY ulting or even informing, th t Wh Oy itehell ad is bride (acke D;agnet

White fHouse is considered a bid coasb he will rebuttal tetal rl which e it w ish
eto soften u pthg CIn's oppoian- her charge against him... YIth," news about h
S A .Reth on. s suessuluruan Ball, the actress U Reod.uing feme her ilmie ,
8To undthe TV station inner po- long ili.. She will arr ator Rihard Lnadg bl e
oneowh oseclenbe- makers U p wa a t wUa.._s whopsWaow

oeve that any concession now is I tngn at pa...S.hi Ure for hera...A It DIe ,- -
worth making to avoid losing namule sta for the at the Cotillion Rom hI

worth maktl to avoid losinlz name strlP 11 tt the Cotlllls~Ro l p~ n _

Congress. The Taft people argued women's elotheul Don't gt excited. It wl e Tble~_
Or the Screen: MONA FREEMAN, in that most of the labor vote could Darcel
be saved without trying to woo
the national leadership. The Diana B r and her om have ja rat.
SHouse, eager to smash the nflu- Flo ChadE )' Wa
S A_ W EDewey "camp" in the White ed. She Is a thAna ..
ence of the late Sen. Tart's for- Christ ou 4 11 owl
"MY DEAR WIFE :ao oraNe#
J. [P1i lowers, have saWl in effect, that or better w .
,r Ike must ffbt for softening ofr Ole f laa
Sthe Taft-Itlg y law and win Dt( '
over some of the labor leaders if 16th i r
T | TIV OL the Republlu as are to win ln i
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ASin,1 N1ew Yor ''Front row, left to right: Secretary of State John Foster Dulles; Ambassader Henry Cabot Lodge
St te-ddegaton Gov.'Jim es Byrncm, of South Carolina, and Rep. Frances Bolton (R., Ohio). In the second row, le
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Seaside Park

Outer Banks
The rugged coastal scenery
and Its abundant- wildlife will
be preserved in the new national
park. Game in the Vicinity in-
cludes deer, fox and otter. Ponies
and cattle run wild in the salt
marshes. Pony ancestors are
generally believed to have been
shipwrecked from Spanish gal,
leons. |
The Hatteras region is one of
the prtneipal wintering places
for migrating waterfowl and the
Pea Island Wldfowl Refuge will
be a feature of the park.
SNorth larona ella i more
inland waterway than any
other state, ad some of the
finest beaches ad bay are be-
ing incorporated in the park
area. Fishing enahusiasta can
Mf cat. for channel bass or
trail In the near-by Galf
Stream where dolphin. am-
berjack and tarpon sbonaL
Scores of sma lakes in the
Head seetione. M u5nes north of
Hatteras, contain blasek ban,
,perch and their fesh-water
.ust north of the new park Is
Kinl Devil Bill Memorial, mark-
ing the spat where Orville and
Wilbur Wrtght made their first
flight on Csember 17. 1903. TO
the west lies .oanoke Island,
site of the famous 'lost colony,"
where the first English settle-
ment in America was establlahed
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When the hour grows late and
the last guests linger and you
wish they'd go home, that's the
final teet of whether or not you
are Ahtzrmnlg hostess.
Ift ean make those last,
lni guest s feel they didn't
May 4.. moment too long, then
you've got real charm.

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Captain Basil Rowe. dean of all airmen in terms of heors logged
and miles flown, and No. 1 pilot for Pan Amerian World Air-
Sways, has achieved another milestone with the completion of
twenty-five years of service with the pioneer, international air-
line. Rowe is shown with Wilbur L. Morrison, executive vice
president in charge of PAA's Latin American Division following
the presentation of the gold 25-year pin.

UN Pays $48,000 To Four

Fired After Loyalty Probe

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LONDON, Oct. 20 (UP) The Hlammararkold refused
United Nations administrative low the tribunal directkve
tribunal today ordered payment in.tate the four one-tim
of a total of $48,250 in compen- ployes, declaring only thai
station to Oour four -American rehiring would de "inadvli
U. N. employes dismissed from He' notified the tribute
their jobs following loyalty in- his decision and asked It
vesations. the amount of indemnltt
The U.N. tribunal had order- should be paid in lieu of
ed reinstatement of the four statement.
secretariat employes earlier this The original tribunal de
year, but U.N. Secretary-Gen- ordering reinstatement
er1 DDag Hammarskjold over- demnlty payments to 11
ruled its decision. employes raised a storm (
The highest award-$20,000-ticism in U. S. congress
allated by the tribunal went to and U. N. circles.
Alexander Svenchansky, 44, for- Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.,
mer member of the U.N. radio Ar.erican U. N. delete,
U. vision, it "most injust, Wr
ope Eldrige, 49, former sta- danger to the UVLJ
tistical employee, receives $16,- He promised he wuM tl
000; Edda Glaser. 43-year-old ruling.
clerical officer, $7,00 and writer
Ruth Crawford, $4,750.
A number of U. N. employes U
Wcre discharged after refusing
to tell a Senate internal se- STR W
curitv subcommittee last fall
The Tribunal sitting in London H I1
Ior the first time, was compos-, on't o 4 c tran
ed of Raul Bastid of France, rthe or ee that you can
brother or 4l0--on't suffer a
Lord Crook of Britain and Brer day from Bronchitl or Athma
Arvid Sture Petren of Sweden. trying Mendaco. This great
medicine, recently developed
SThe tribunal, highest U. N. ap- scientific American laboratory,
peals board last September or- through the blood, thus reaching
dered reinstatement of the four 'ng and bronchial tubes. Thai
derd reinstatement e our Mndaeo works so fast to heipyo
tired employes, with back pay. wMry. 1. Helps nature solve a
It also ordered payment of move thick strangling mucus.
some $135,000 to seven other dis- ote free esouy beat hin and
sleep so you soon feel OK. 3. Q
missed persons who did not alleviates coughing, wheezing,
want their jobs back and upheld Ing. Get Mendaco irom your d
today. See how much better ye
the firings of nine former Amer- sleep tonight and how much beti
lean U.N. employes. aW feel tomorrow.


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"MATAUR ...........................Oct.
"SANTO ................. .........Oct.
"LEMPA .., ...........................Oct.
"HIBBERAB ,;.............................Ot.
"YAQUE .... i ..... ................Nov.
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S.S. "MABAT" ...: ..........................Oct.,
S.S. "COMAB .0
S.S. ,COMAYAi .. ..... ................L..O 27
A STEAMER ..... ...... ...................... .. N 3
S.S. "MAJORKA" .............. ............. Nov.. 6
S.S. "MARNA" ...................... ..... .....N v. 15

Weekly sailing of twelve passenger shlp to New York, New
Orleans, Los Angeles, Ian lraneele and ieattle.

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New York,
Los Angeles, san ranlmis and Settle.

To New York ...... ............. ....
To Los Angeles S4 an FraneMss ....,.... .
To Seattl .... .. ...... ......009..if..... .. ,


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M.V. "'gINA DEL RApACVO (1,W". Tons)

M.V: "SANTAND ........................
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M.V. "DIEI ERDYTK ................. .
8.8. D ANGO" ...................
M.V. "DALERDY .................. ....
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btol~~ Mr. and Mrs.
The art competition is open Noble, 2-4141.
to 80how g ygh he h* h

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involved work for the
r Department. Which has
it income tax.ooUlottors.
a .nI t- rld, .

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Board Meelin
The qard of the Ca
Girl BSemts will hold th
Sr Board Meeting at
Wednesday. In the Int
qLn Women's Club bu

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Sthe Texas tg to tast, 2 ta epo
Sny a lemon Juice, '4 teapc
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Scluage tromern
S'Chi pt-PeaSoelap '. Melt btr. Saute tb
(Sares a) Until olUdoe Add tomi
S.. n mon Juloe and season
IRe du4tled4 ptt pt mAA mer 5 minutes. Add. pl
poud roland lean beef, e, ep iour into oaserole:'
b E paral, 2 laIrgo p- cHeese and bake 20 mn
4ijL teaspoon i4lae moderate (350 degree F
pe I asma green pp ,
b e craw carrot,
C'Wp canned WOWS.-,. AL/ 0

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to tI &4 drhr. Shape A nd
balad brown lunchd aB invg"ati
*"a h1 butt. Btusl as f turnished I
p th gulC pew i g plates to issue
and green peq oI n rman c u
to lesson ch wa 1 Ae t red
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bd- h eirmal a acting C

S inpnou9 kettle. Add thick- eaury printing pl
enedi 'eOo seaonlns and shipped to Rsuwi on a
the lamdralned peas. immer iane in 1944, and for
Ir u mtil peas are tender, a- T n.
bous Id hour The United States I
S. d dationewvencfy foe
Me'l* IMach 'boeninany during and al
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hit n but got no takers.

SProgram To Honor
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A testimonial program in hon-
or of Mrs, Bridget Aird, local
private school tQeher, will be
held tomorrow iht at 7:30 In
the Jamaica Society Hall.
Included among the items to'
be offered are vooal solos by
Phyllis Williams Mabel McFar-
quhar and Jack'Johnson; piano
selections by Eduardo Lambert
and Clementina Martin and elo-
cution by Enid Morle. Albert E.
Bell-will alive the address and E.
G. Headley will preside.
The program has been de-
signed by former students of
Mrs. Aird as a tribute to the
teacher of their earliest school

richness and romance
In steering Ispired by
fashionaile France
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Canal Zone delivery
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RAISE FINE FAMILY ON GOOD EABTIH ar.'Md Mrs. Joe Griegemer. who operate a 1 .-
acre dairy farm at Billings. Mo.. receive an Iaard s the national Catholic farm family of thl.
year. The couple. shown at back left. with Bishop Edwin V. O'Hara of the Knnsas City. Mo., di-
cese. have 13 children. Two married daughters weren't present t the ceremony. Back row. left
to righl. are Bishop O'Hara. Mr. Griesemer; Tleresa. t7; Mrs. Griesemer. holding Vincent. eight
months: Lieut. John. 23. and Regina. 20. Frontrow, left to right Barney, 3; Anna, 7; Donna, 6:
__, ,Charles. 10: Paul. 9: Joan. 2. and Alice. 8.

p hell Maker for

Begins Week-Long *,

Anniversary Party ,
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Oct. 20 (UPi
Vigorous, 76-y.lar-old Salvatore
Viriano, Carnegie, Pa., spaghet-
ti manufacturer, and his wife f h n a
bet,an a week-long golden wed- with fresh-ground fVC
ding anniversary part-, here to-
Daily and nightly parties are
plianed by the couple for about
70 relatives living in St. Louis,
the place were they were mar-
rled 50 yeasa ago.
i~viano began his career here
as a 1S-a-day laborer in 1901. Fm,'g Spi a mnd by .
Now he has a large spaghetti pcia po to gma yer
business in Carnegie where he alecioy.l. prices o egi you ia
live in a penthouse over the qt. PolH, ' l I o
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offflees in NoI 51 "H," Sreet Panama
Nu. 12,179 Central Ave. ;iulot;

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Fourth of Juiv Ave.--Phlone 2 3141

10.059 Melendt. Ave.-Phone 255. Colon

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Ho,,.ehod A,,tomo_ .e .. v. y s ., dkg p.e, P,,le. Oce.de ottages., Santa PIONAL
Aultomolile Do M Se Cr ar 4. Baplboo. PhonP A ONA L
OR 'SALE:-Two brand new 6 cu. FOR SALE:--Buick Supe 47. four tol; l AmeseC . Parirtma a1877. Crstabol -1673. oWeN O
ft. electric Servel redo"frigeratOrs, der oe, n exello meea ane-.
$225.00 each. Works either on 25 ally condition. Duty paid. fow only HANCOCK Restourean, S lt: FOR RENT:--Gromlchs Santo ClaraI lip
or 60 cycles.- Refer to Diablo furni- $750.00. Smoo!yVHuamot, L.A. Pizza pie, Ravioli, *Not Beach cottages, 1ctrlc boxes, gas moe
tuN i store. Central Avenue No. 86.1 16th St. Control Ave. T l. m00,2 t e m drtC l
Phone 2-2404. 1 Colon. or 4-567. to P t & e fy
rOR SALE Refrigerotor, Westing- FOR SALE-Brand New Morris Minor FOR SALA "Hous OCbeC.sS t' O Cla-.__ A I Clt.OWR & UI _S 'L"-
huse, 25 Cycle, 8.5 Cu. ft. .h 4 Door Sedan Light Gray with Red IjIn COOLCa P4P a mountalr ns : ngs
large freezer, perfect cond.ton-i Leather Upholstery. 11C0 Miles. ------ Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 1389
e seet of Venetian Blinds, Duty Paid. Owner Must Sacrifice FOR SALE -M. G. Mark excellent or ee cr t
44family typ quarters-Phone o $1.395. Save oer 10. Pay cndion. Tel. 2-4624. No. 25 F Cottags. On mile pi a
f4 3 1. o nl, $465 Down. See at House- automobile row. Santo Clara. Please bring your W m e
.- ho!d Exchange (HXI 41 Auto Row. ,---au.... .- lInens. Phone Balboa 2u1866. I n '
LE:-New G. E. Refr.geratr Col 3-49 I FOR SALE Female Boxer PuppylP -Tr-"sP--n e 2U rable
-cfle. Evenings. Calle Dorien -- .. .. excellent breeding, $65.00, Call W(LLIAMI' Sante Clare Beach Cot- |.
J Apt. 3. FOR SALE -47 Buick, 1' deer* 3-4021 tolM. Larg. comfortable, modern I, &' duain (. .
__'_._-" "" -- Special, duty pold. For only $725.-- n-,- -- --._ rar bo Bl'boo 3050 except ow ' 0 ti.. AMuonrt
R SALEi-Beoutiful hall. .l.rng 00. A real bargain. Sm~t y Hu- FOR SALE--One horse and saddle, weekends. l 3 ep ,*e known ft
room furniture like new. ery re-, nicut S. A. Ik t. St. Cetrol Ave. good condition. Gentle young, ex- O I haTrt. s ftev. S1
presentative, for half of ui rgnaO Tel. 800 Celen. cellent for children. Call 6-149 FOR RENT 0114 .
price. Also individually. Phone .- Ioue 128 Gamboa se.
2798, office hours. FOR SALE-Small 1950 DeSoto 4- I n .O
2 798,of f e hors. I Odoor. Excellent condition, inside FOR SALE:--50 steel barrel. $.50 5OMS I I No e
-1R SALE: Refrigerator. electric out Phone T7187 each F O.B. Balboo, The Texas Te SN ,of mtif
stove, diningroom and bedroom set.- Co. (Ponamo) Inc. Tel. 2-0620 FOR RENT:-Furhnhcd chalet, two ht 0 i
.practically new. No. 25-A, 3rd St FOR SALE- Plymouh '53 utility Panam. bedrooms, dinlngtoon orange and 'ga 1 rn
San Francisco. Station Wagon, 500 miles. Perfect gaden, 18h Strt., San Frdnciico ; i'EMela
0. -- Tires. Duty Paid. Like New. Phone FOR SALE-General Electric wash- ro. 10, Pan1 ml S .I ** Iul I"
yOR SALE: Household f un.ture 3-1697. 9 a. m. 5 p m. 3-2097 ,ng machine. mrctor used 5 m nths W ' .0 l DMng I | m r
reasonably priced. Apt.4 Euseb m. 8 p m $2C 00. 1582-C Calabash St. FOR RENT:-Modem chat, 2 bed-
Morales street. Tel. 3-3073 -- Blooo. Tel. 2-2358. rooms, moid'q room, hot water I Dnett & It,*G
FOR SAL-1949 Buick Cv at L Carrquillo. over- n e k t .
OR SALE:-25 cycle Coldspor Re- fuly reconditioned. Like new. See HeI looking Panama ofL .Club. $100. brce Ien
frigerotor for $120. Wash.ng ma- itd buy it. So st y unieut p 00 monthly. Miui H.ive. Phone 9th -back No. N tt
S wringer. $70. Phone 2-72 S. A. 16th. St. Control Ave. Tel. 3-4844. ad Phone r h 1
at 1472-A, Balbo. Flats .. 8 C' lo-. \VANTED:- Maa d for general house 3 4844.a nd p o e r *
-'- o 800. Colon. number, or Cris- HVII III
work. laundry, cooking, by em- FOR kENT: Fuminled two bed- I
FOR SALE:-1953 Norge rfiger- FOR SALE -1948 Ford Convertible poyed couple. References required. room hoe. B d Mroflo- i
Sator> 4 years guarantee, 8.1-2 c Body and motor in excellent con- Apply after 4:30 p. m. -at 8421. ras. Phone 24000. I
fe ft. $275. Diningroom table Ind action Leaving for States this week Esoave Margarita.

bed, $10. Kitchen cabinet, R. office hours at Panama 3.0010 TRaS
..,. o,,so..o,,., .oo.= Ro~oAp~ OCTOBER ,. -g
House No. 24. 48th street After 4 o. m at 3-0580. .Real Estate A K C I T
OR SALE:-Brand new mchogany FOR SALE:-1946 Ferd four door. EATTINTION I. Just built modern
. dining tables with 4 chairs, $99.00 e cellent tn tol- fumha i Ca k B I t1 f rn sh | l -. T
!'* Mahogony Bookcase, $38 CO. Re- serl cemm k ers i menrpa t nCompono, anomplefel9 furni.hed. h1 .ri .. .- l l
oil Tablesn$3. 5 Tel.' road problem. fLo-e prie. EWs. o nAM AliM- fK
. conditioned and guaranteed go an easy buy. Smen et l Huan iet choice location and climate. No epiTone Pahoma 34o4 Tl

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Sfurr iture at Household Exchange Sedon, netw tires. ardwo w.th twc Barrances. aartmt. 2 bedrooms No. 6.1 P W T
. H 31 an ati onl Aee Auto speakers, front OAnd bck. Excel- rTelephOne 83-22no2. 2 s hd
: 0I. Wardrobes $25.00. China closetsFOR SALE:- U-12 POSITIONSln. AAILABE: For 50 FOR RENT- lyurnsd or puort- A ros OffiP c

CR SALE: Fuiture, mahogany u sld ly 2450 If word per r or o better typists gsef rr unfurnished. As homra's office r ,
"% 6 chairs upholstered leather able good condicut ion. Make offerth St. Cis-l Pi.g ut quaiicationoo 2. Wrath- 8061. 10th Stret, Ceolo. Tel- '
', q.--suite, only $250.00 Man robnl 3-2700 roo, maid's room garage, large, e @one 1386. -' I
'. China cose nd buffet. Excellent Ae. T ualrn. Ju!t consreructed.s for s l al
o a. r FOR SALE' 1950. Nash Ti Cumbrs. Los Andes Sur. Ask f FOR RENT: Fnhed den o wbe

110c,,c furwture 00t Household Exchange rr W d ed M' .
1Hwe3Ga Sto AvenSedan. new tires Parad es wit two Borran ed s. apartment. 2 bedrooms No. 6.
: H 3 lationl Ave At soakers, front and bock. Excel- 16t Street. Son Franciso, neor Taror
-P r Tel. 3-4911. We Coovelt Theatr. T l. 3-2628. BWo $b. rR t r os P
,o]... First Small Down Payment Up to I deositi ot nenOflAfter6p.m 2 041AKMos iEL
. 10 months to pay. FOR SALE-.1951 ChevrWet 2-door o t0 m.2-47.nished
O I:'V FOR RENT--Ni"eny hun1shed &port- .
S' SALE: Furniture, mahogany now. Sold for nly $1,245.00 If word per rr ute orbe typists ment with gas stova, refrigerator.
ft"'t dining set, "Bronco Sucio"' finish. 1.u see it you'll like it. Sm o nd telelype operators. English gas included. Tel. 3-5024.
,. 6 chairs upholstered in green, table. unnicuf t S. A. 16th St. Conti speling talification. Writ FOR R l -h
.. China closet and buffet. Excellent Ave. Tel. r0. CoWn. .qua.ifi action. and references for m ent. M ii n ry
Scnd l ticn C oall Balboa 33. o Oitmen tMnager nx 693 i it
-I cadh. C Balloa 39 FOR SALE-- Autom obil easy terms A. hw thearc nd : e No. -
IOR SA LE--Kitchen and hous,- Low ricead. Call telephone 3-1942 -%___ h a r. % s
i hod utensil. B Calle- 33 No. 36. 12 00- 1.30 p. m. 6 00 .f.00 ti Allot
Pione 33l09 after 5:30 a. m m. .G fanmly .fe C r J9jI IC ib I
P. SALE:-Westinghouse refrlger- 'a280 oftt o vet ot i w e '
of rm60 cycle, I $100.00. D tro it- NOW o7, ho r1 rsIe' t abo h i
ewel Gas Stove $40.00. Bct,.h .'.1 'u, W C.'13
m!nMh ont condition double bed. r or O d "Jle us t b"" H
ete. $25.00 2 dressers $4. ,
. 0lnA and $3.00. Elido Ats. Hc s IF r Relo 'Aeo Ab e
I.v M rlneop FDOROoraorbor
1 Perd n Avenue, Apt. 19. Alter ,o ,In
.m posnd CFirst Sdte Pere l Na d t
r. ar. In . NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UP) 10 Apt. No. 5
TLheNTED TO U Y e battle of the hemllne4 h A '.o U.L *IU
S NEW YOR. Oct.e s w 2 UP tab llzed "Jus above t he c sal l 1
U ur used refrNgerator cndNew- Christian Dior said today rwhn ,s
ed rnd wYor offers a warm salute he 'ri ved from Paris to ow 1
you a CROSLEY. C al us at today to a retiring soldier hero spring iashdons to Areh icaFOR E u O o i
S CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1"793 o three s ware and three Contimn- N men.
en i Nona near Tvoli nents, Gen. Mark W. Clrk. ho the nee? "never," v -
s nbring.ar ke. Showl the knees? "never," vw ,t-. I
r; l losing. n The four-star General, whore, ed the designer It ter t
vA' ED ro buy a car English tires this month after 40 years hide a little bit. Anyway the
S 950 uo. economical. Pay and four months of A!'rm serv- knee Is a bone. When the askif N r
be cash. Call 3-2943 after 5 ie, will be given a ticker-tne Show the knee, It sarts to be ,
r parade up lower Broadwaoy (st uglyt sirs to be ."it,
ot :05 p.m. ESTI in hono, of hts Dior shortened his Paris skirts
FOR SALE contribution in the world strug- dtwl .nc thia las smmer ano. '
gle agahist aggrecsson.hs .b Idin 11ts umm er
SgBoatse against aggressionMo started af International furor,
Boa Vincent R Motors Inplor iterilbut he 'romeed that his sprigig
SFOR SALE:-12 foot PB 50 Sai- waited at City Rall to receive the monh dne t gso any hhere nt 197 c Sup 4do
boat Recetly constructed. Excel- 57-year-old enter nd to res-o any higher.
lent condition Fully equipped hd ent him with the C ll or"About 14 Inches on the ar-, Sea
Suitable for outboard motor. See distinguished public service and erge woman,."he told report-
at apartment R12A Ronesseaou. Its medal of honor, ers Interviewint him aboard the god Nd O
French 1iner-Liberte. which ta
Among the honor escort of 2.- docked three hours late because
r Statesman 000 marchnnq men Army, of heavy for In New York har-
Navy. Marine orps. Air Force. bor. e r
i llice Fire and Sanitation De- "Abor t the middle of the mus- ,w
r tachmen of orean combat vet point to his own trousered
erDeadent o Korean combat. Dior 1o9ked startled.
"Just aboul the curve of the A.E O
The Korean veterans. repre-,calf." he said hastily. "t is all
ANAPOLIS Oct. 20 (UP sentIng e" g h t U. S divisionsIn the proportion of the dres. -
William L. "Big Bill" Hutche-! which fought there, mae rched In I hate exaggerated things." ,. "-- O REOM
7 d m9, president emeritusOfcommemo no d re
eA 0 AFL Carpenters Union and Ice there which was tl-mae"d bycuaes YOU had a eellnR men IBO v .'' as p
of the elder statesmen 9 17-e truce agreement. Clark re- wanted to see more of women v'e a" IrthdW 8rR ''- ( P)
labor movement In the Unit- cently left his assignment as leg?" another reporer asked, uionW t h r O j ._ "
States, died today in a bos- United Nations Commander Il g" had a feerep," the designer d.'wa to I

union a powerful sea- you could explain fashion, you I
and labor ard becould explain music. It was just
Sharing honors In the proces- a feeling. I think, however, that *n
0 personally potent he'9ion were the Gener lswife's AajtWW e* ilAW
G ntrolled the rise andM urlne, and his ea ofna men. th
seriously woinded In Korea In- n days, e0ior said toihel- eIto"s"
r. 1951. T Army granted MaJor a
o the few union leaders Clark a leave from Pt. Benning, e nsiy, emphausulio his views by i- l 1
vle ntry who sua..rI d the Ga., to -t2a his fatle in the add.,"no, au, no. no. "12e
bi1c a p a r ut-cheson biggest welcome of his life. A baldingL, sh man who acted 1 ,. v
d aown the line for Dwigt a little bewildered by the a=- -
Ulsenbower, at the GaOP Na- oltamentt hi hemline red up, . -"
Mct*er nt. eeoen In howerl New Cristobal nthe French designer met report-
ar He che Eisenhowr a hlck, chalk-stripe auit Ua
Sen. Robert A. Taft becauseIsa To ribe4 new I k C
ilepireed with 'raft's views omen which the m~n porters de-
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woo' fmatS AWB movIe Fe .h year on
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mew and if' MUl P a 'wtta bRKsrons 1*A...
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are a 0%ls to* Use 1 d Vret.
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tore wo'i Ro uctlon r-pmeing ota r esenta r peope
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rva BarlOf the Hungarian-
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They hAive made t is otaly alter toot rgery. BEs
fItB together And will wadi fgfnt ist was a year a-
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PaaoWnM' big money ofier riOLJYwy9da sU betnga Cha Ava
t-pltures t IM ,dnrFra.k,- satra. recon-
Audrey Hepburn owes a Oms iCMUends WA divorce.
pndon -cCmosnwut- N.Now It's a Fpres em Bob Wes
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o for100 pe cent of the Pa7,. .oward 4MI blushing.
lass who's so digy in "Roa n Hil Ni arst movie a British stink-
ay." er titled "'SinaI Vole," s mak-
in'c the TV rounds.
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I qf1 e0u 60-0 a nlyor of New Yo Inthinew
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and"'2&y &' Q "W~t movie aftbr 46 yeMa of emotng.
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Por years magazines that eater b d, then she's g to hA;
to women have been ruSaig Alive.
how-to-hold-your-husband ar-
ticles. Most of them hit hard There's a great deL a wI
Qn such 'musts" as keeping up can do to protect her
with a husband in his climb up health and reduce hi
the success ladder, staying as worries. But she is ly I 4
trim, slim and glamorous as the JoEk hm .ggr ltU t
women he meets in business, mre Co d wh
feeding his ego, and so on. usbb n than with k
How many husbands have been lthy.
made uncomfortable and ket .
poor by wives tryg to live up y 40 a woman ought to 4
to all the how-to-hol-your-hus- ie that the great threat to
band advice, may never be marriage is not that .she a
known. enm. pp a divorcee, but that
may eand up a widow.
But PaB.does.ne to pay flor .
Mama's relentless drive to keep _____
her looks, her liire, and her
youth-allim order to keep Pa- -
pa. W4
So the men should be glad to
hear that on magazine, at least,
has approached the how-to-
keep-your-4usbaad pro b I lem
from a mor reallBtc angle. It ,/
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"How to Keep Your Husband--
Alive." inm d...
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and are desperately trying to
look 30. how to keep your hus-
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ate advice thm how to keep your P
u -band. myhutr.
By age s an awful lot of I
American women have lost their *
husbads,. not to another wom-
an, -but to overwork, worry and -
downright neglect of th eIr. Wddm psal r Vry go br
health. om sat Mssmes inia w
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,Oklahoma's Wilkinson,

Maryland s Tatum Glad

The coaches most likely to collect the first di-
vidend from Ihe Orange Bowl agreement are pleas-
d' about the whole affair.
She Big Seven and Atlantic coach says his immediate con-
'Cogst Conferences agreed Sun- cern is the regular season...
dap to send their champs to the and then he'll worry about
Mi ml bowl for the next two bowls.
years. Right now, Maryland of This new pact comparable
Sthe:Atlantic Coast Loop and Ok- to the Rose Bowl agreement be-
laliema of the Big Seven are fa- tween the Pacific Coast Confer-
wortd to go on New Year's Day. ence and the Big 10 hasn't
gMaryland Coach Jim Tatum been signed formally yet. A few
say4: "We are mighty lucky to;details must be decided. One is
be ssoilated with the Orange whether to permit a team to
bow. They are a fine group with play two years in a row. The Big
W1hlt to work, and I like the Seven doesn't think it should.
'til4rpwith the Big Seven. Some Wilkinson isn't worried either
of u closest friends are in that way. He says: "I think normally
(o4~ ence." Tatum says the the law of averages takes careof
jseement also pleases him be- that."
.4se it brings together two con- The agreement guarantees
lerinces of similar size and each team $110,000 and 11,000
Strength. -tickets. The seating capacity of
lahoma's coach-Bud Wil- the Orange bowl is to be in-
kilgon-says he is glad the Big creased to 70,000.
Sea has decided to sanction
games aagin. Wilkinson is,
m'e reserved than Tatum about ip6dromo' Wins
th, new agreement. The Sooner C commercial

: vinn Mnnik Basetball Crown

W AllI I lIVMUIJ The "Hipodromo Nacional"
Quintet of Louis Cells conquered
S. the Colon Commercial Basket-
K It. gluelroa, ball Championship by defeating
1l 6 llullroa the Panaco Working Boys of
60 Cristobal by. the last minute
S'_ margin of 43-36. That final
game df the league made Panaco
Second Place Champions and
Murne BouI the Pfizer Medicine Boys of Jo-
Sseph Harrington Third Place
Champs. This Tournament was
ePanama Boxing Commis- organized and directed by the
last night gave their stamp popular Colon sportsman Fran-
O proval to the program pre- i cisco Villamil and played in the
led' by promoter Louis Craig iClaudia Lowe Gym of the Abel
S during the Emilio Figueroa vs Bravo College. Here is the final
V Bourne 126-pound ten- standing of the league:
urner Nov. 1 at the PanamaI W L Pet.
aettonal Gym. Hipodromo Nacional 13 2 .950
Figueroa is a visiting Cuban Panaco 11 4 8.50
,wihr is one of the tqp feather-. Pfizer 9 6 .780
'weights ii bth country. The 24- PSNC 7 8 .650
yre-pld Figueroa has been Colon Import 3 12 .350
ag as, a pro for the "-t1 Pensi Cola Corp. 2 13 .150
s~ve years and. holds d% IThe Board of Directors wfsh-o
r$a@,P. over EmiHo Orozeo. r Ir thank all who contributed to the
asnt light and welterwel'ht success of this league by offer-
*Mnmpion of Spain; Acoraz:- Ing their valuable cooperation in
.d 'WAartinez; leadina light- every way.
weight ionvtender oft.Cuba, and
!'.1tt l .w the ,. -- ",l ; .
AlongThe Frsarwq
last O iR iat was a? g.d w "k C6Al< tft ^
lainst hillo AuAsenco in Cara- CHAMPIONS ,IlP
ca, Vmen *'ela Oct. 5. F'iubroa
won ,~ decision. The Cbani Fortyeight golfer teed offlor
swi yesterday va. Pn first round matches last week,
ri rwTys Oct. 1 a.ndtis and only 24 are left. Well, soe0,
o i" train in r Con ... one has to lose.
Th4!p' rt f a r the I, n- -Di ck Go odman, sedall, "st
0r, si-rouvn* s-wa ki itCed off by V. Whiter ThIs
AK id Zefitve nI vr4 was th big upset ooft'he week.
u*umberbateh at liq Qoodman had to give troke
ftuev-ountt "sm'111wEc and this added to a gaj.t beloW
u ndeueated Rf' I i. his usual, was enough lptat him
iE I -Brtth waited en4 A- Ot.
Sat 126. anb a four- White is about the longest ball
IsDintrr bett*e Al hitter we have around here, but
t d Melanie Pacheco usually ladks contrdL fHe had no
S iaiIs also. trouble with control Saturday,
prices will raneeand if -e keeps It up, will be
S 'bt r referred rinrside to $1 a serious contender for Club
iilssion, Boxers and Cha'mpion.
r ill be charged 75 Mrs. McCue. Prs Trim and
art .Mike Zombory slipped bv the
first round without playing a
S match. Their opponents for this
.I ^bl ,t, week promised to make it up by
looka! Eva giving them a real match.
The old Calkins handicap sya-
S, tem seems to still work out pret-
S aIn ty ood. because most of the
I M Ull matches vere decided on the
last two holes.
--o oThe line up for this week is as
too long ago, Eva Jones, follows:
.ot the most enthusiastic
es on the Isthmus, won the FIRST FLIGHT
Wat in a PWGA tournament White. V. O. vs Stuart
the first time in years. Al- Euper. RaY vs Colley
runner-up many a time, Pendergrass vs Hardle
ays had trouble captur- Engelke. H va Sovater.
Stop honors. Now, once SECOND FLIGHT
we are happy to report McCue. Mrs. C. E. vs Brome
a has done i again. Not MCue W. K. vs Medinger. Bob
did she win the low net spot Wilkes. J. vs Whalev
the regular rfionthly tourna- Trim. Press vs Zombory.
but she also won the- an- THIRD FLIGHT
"Prlsident's Trophy." Con- Phelps vs Gramltch
ations Eva! Askew Mae vs Holland. Bob
le Kenna came out of a Baler vs Johns
ary slump and shot her Whitney. Phil vs Smith. H W.
smooth game to win the Thes matches must be played
oss spot with an 83. Glad off by 6:00 p.m. October 25th
tat you'rback on your Two ladies are still in the
u're back on your Tournament and both have an
a ry delicious lunch- added incentive to win this week.
h very delicious Tlhed
rae Dehlinger and Lou The lady who stays In the long-
I er and runner-up ofest. will receive a sbeclal trophy.
i lsthman Champion- I f both are eliminated in the
Og with Barbara Clar same rQund they will be requlr-
en Miller, winner an ed to play off 18 holes o match
Sof the 1st flight, were dplv to decide who wins the La-
their well earned tro- dies' Trophy.
These golfers played,
many a, close match and OLE MISS PLACES
the best golfer on the L
Sto come out on top in UNIVERSITY Mi. NEA -
lrpective flights. cMississippi colleges have pro-
rize winners for the duced seven All-America football
ir nets scores were: nlavers six of whom have come
hynolds ........... 71 from University of Mississippi.
Coleman ........... 74
OGrohs ............... 75
Clark ................ 75
J. Onospellus .......... 75
SM. Abarr ............... 76
h. Ma son .......... 76
f. Wfbt ............. 7q
M arlks ................ 77- j \rO iotalle |
I '31Nhop ..... ...... 7'7 ra". h
J. Phillippi.... ........ 77 "**m. ltp

I -3ba t forget to mark Novem-
1 st as the day the monthly
t will be held next
members are urged to
ntourn au as It is
scheduled to nominate
officers lox 1954



Wright Bros. Plbg. took over
undisputed first place by taking
three points from last years
championship Ace's team, while
the Elk's were splitting two and
two with Cafe Caribe. The
Wright Bros. took the first two
games without much opposition
but the Aces woke up the last
game and came through with a
big 928. Ray Larrabee led the
Wright Bros. with a 553 series
and Doc Anderson put together
a 546 by getting ,a 225 in the last
Brown and Hogan paced the
Post Office team to a four point
win over Powell's. each having
a 542 series. This leaves the PO
in a tie with the Elk's for 2nd
Cafe Caribe split with the
Elk's by taking ,the first two
games before the Elk's came to
life in the final game with a
fine 917 to win one game and
total pinfall. Noel Gibson Jr. led
the Caribe's with 508 While
Stalica of the Elk's was close
behind with 506.
The White Hats broke out of
their slump to take three games
and pinfall from the Smoke
Eaters. Led by Galligan with
604 and Armintrout with 550 the
White Hats were never pressed
very close. The Smoke Eaters
still lead the White Hats by a
point in team standings how-
as of 10-15-53.

Wright Bros. Plbg.
Post Office
Cafe Caribe
Smoke Eaters
White Hats Club


Larrabee 186
flogan 179
Galligan 176
Spinney 175
Benson 174
Anderson D. 173
Armintrout 173
Wallace 172
Louis 172
Anderson V. 172

Class A-Galligan 804
Class B-Walker 537
Class C-Brown 542

rter' ", I 1" 148 460
oenig 10&'17 146 409
Brown 180 175 187 542
Hogan ,1 196 1869 542
1 8 85 2 247
rioErtorcit 1 144 174 430
Oolina 145 160 138 44B
Wright C, 155 137 153 445
Marti 115 134 141 390
Wright J. 144 153 159 456
Handicap 50 50 50 150
721 778 815 2314


ker 189 161 154 484
cla 179 133 185 497
Lngstad 153 158 158 469,
sel 169 148 183 500
abee 196 200 157 551

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Weights, Probable Riders.Set

For Golden Jubilee Classic'

Ray Robinson Picks Olson

To Beat Turpin For Title

Handicap IP 19 19 57 !!layTurpis
83 819 85 256 0 '
Robinson 170 T78 141 489 By UNITED PRBS:
Stilson 146 135 190 471 For ddleweiht Chab lon
Anderson 154 167 225 546 For Middleweight Cb
Denson 145 145 199 489 Ray Robinson has an idea who
Armstrong 137 145 173 455 wil? win the title he gave up.
g 17 1 1 4 Robinson says he thinks Boo
752 170 928 2450 Olson of#an JancIco will win
the crownasainst Btain'l Ra1-
WHITE HATS CLUB dy Turplk in New York Wednes-
Armlntrout 213 152 185 550 day night.
Sponseller 134 146. 110 390 ."0l 0o' says Robnsoi, "should
Bowe 144 144 166 454 be favored at five-to-seven or
Galligan 209 202 193 604 maybe five-to-eight... t will be
Cleplela .138 195 138 471 a lively fight. I lean toward 01-
son because he is always a
838 839 792 2469 superbly conditioned athlete. He
doesn't hit as hard as Randy but
VS SMOKE EATERS he throws a lot more punch"
Edmonds 168 183 165 516 Robinson, who has beaten -
Boggen 121 101 87 309 son twice, goes on: "obo is al-
Blind (167' 157 157 157 471 ways alter you, but he's got a
Hooper 108 135 89 332 peculiar style that makes him
Walker 195 182 160 537 difficult to nail with solid
Handicap 56 56 56 168 punches." T
Sugar Ray think TuIn
805 814 714 2333 might hurt Olson wore with his
head than his fists. When Rob-
ELK'S inson lost the title to Turpin in
Hirons 171 139 177 487 England, Ray was cut In a col-
Holland 132 138 204 474 llslon of heA. ..
Stallca 143 166 197 506 Robinson says: "He didn't butt
Louis 161 171 159 491 me... it's hard to explain. Tur-
Anderson 144 167 180 491 pin never moves his head to the
side when he comes together
751 781 917 2449 with an fOyslbut. Tf fr-,
V8 CAFE CARIBE et... and -p in to hit him in
Gibson 162 174 137 473 the body, he bend aj s -iherV
Glicks 157 119 130 406 a collision."
Johnson 144 133 199 476 Olson had light workout 5-w
Arnold 121 144 148 413 terday at h is Abry
Gibson Jr. 160 166 177 Jersey, trtint cam....
Handicap 48 48 48 144 Olson was up at a~i1O*bt. I
-- morning for a flve-1le rt a-
7r 784 329 4 long the bea. .Later.
ican cl m .ta .*
punched tbei bag Ba d did
LATE START callsthentlce. 1cmpleted-
his heavy trilg for the 15
CHAPEL HILL, NC. (NWA) rounder MaeAdy.
Soccer Co-Captain and All- Today. Oloh will nas2 D the
America candidate Renie Ran- running itd ta oly light am-I
dolpb never played the same being up eewcp.m
before enterti rt Carona. Turln a.Ws lTMo .o
road twork,1 @ Mp 'reaIs t.w -
spent the rut, at vift &M
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pound limit. And we also are
quite ~py about hi cheerful
splf. WBs asa bit bomedlok,
you know.

Jr. Cle* Plays

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The Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege Green Wave football team
scored a 7 to 0 win over the in-'
ading Cristobal High School
Tger recently In the Balbot
Stadinh. Relying on a steady
mixture of a running and pma-
dni gpme the Coll b
paoce"d out the only scre 61
the contest a the second quar-
ter of the night affair.
The hard-gI tng CrU
Hgh eScAhol l5e
:baed by te abe To
Hal., of'Canal Zone
an trrc Untae, thrl-te
Us& aw e.am
t up the mI n
sert the CoCU bos int b
own teltory ner tedly.
There it be h LO rest for
victor or 1bs eajsh cd.h
ev r. .SBteas3tbeJ
letic oiLkeei i
"batelt-T,",,-, n j
Trout, rmnOvW W
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The welgbta and 'probable
jockeys- for th U h tt eueduled
starters In tb .006. Nov. 3
Golden Jublle' Gb were an-
nouncpd ladt 1 ~ig y a Juan
Franco Raced & 'e v. 1ial,.
King's P Iu ,' MaI' otd and
Amorlo ercwied6rd the three
best horsesan s inlng at pres-
ent at the W.1 Ovi were
Listed at lw weht with the
one-mnle -an4-i l1 k en t he
(2.500)' mete test. These horses
were assigned 120 pounds each
by track handeapper Don Petro-
no Aona.
No proab t rilg were lst-
ed for "lUsib.l Jqilansoe
and native fily lly dei Tap.
These two will gqa chanes to
participate in tlhe big event
only in ease of inrmteba
The owner of obh 13t horse
nominated- ft t l i ribbon
event yesterday det Iptd $100
each as the first itailmPUint of
as entry fee The flial
which will r ake it totlof 1
per horse, will b dedted next
Wednesday& d
A special Jocke ali rtd
especally to r4de t c
matol, TA, In .,i. )Hd6

peten. Osc ".0,
arrived here
and wa out 4 ra
Ing out borsem th mn
The entries and r ble
Kin Pritm Bgerne U
Anmie B A !hY* I
Rteni Road I& Mcuattf
M eeat Lult G 1Mi
RX Alligtor 1
Aigils gIo
C'ea An Via A. vWM. 1s.
valey RlTvr t. V eI 94
Great Game O. C6aW 14

.Jaqieaso a 1
4Golden Tap 96
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sa-tme BRig 10 rushing ri-
e scored once on a 4ryard
CL'rrett, a pre-season AUli
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Salso keked all three extra
Patton, performing against
Tulahe, racked up 26 points on
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rusna. He ran for three to04ah-
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.Ma ._te with a 62-yard par
lhtmaa far a pair of o
tTlaxt Teasa hrist a -
AX AM Upazd the team
th^ MobiM' aStatq. :
411 a usf wete ioiu week.
t. of Duke, who
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u ause against Army, m-

4*IWAST UiaLa-L-.Wll .ald N llE Worden, left to rights hit hard
r .for MuciLba ataw1 u'.a m oH Da Danfe, ?espectlvely. (NnA)
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Potball Pro. et Has To Give Collar Size,

AdSpd 4 e Wants To Go To Notre Dame

S Hary o n
.;- pSA spurtlor .
ttW 'YORK (StA) -'
bird dog decide1 that a high
school boy might be consider-
bel to Notre Dame, and

The reout
4 o a reely
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J ,ff Cravah, .who was d1i- winning the decision. Still I
miedaa Southern California's wanted to make uon last bid for
ue dt hMfter the 150 J iian, Johnny's services. It was ar-
adi thkving broke the antl- ranged for us to have dinner a-
proelyting gules with the best. gain.
ia a magazine piece, -ravath, '"But when he drove up to my
who took Southermn.al to the office In a new auto I knew I
Ra Bowld four ta In nine w. dead.'
y diW, de~~rbe he W st, -oOo-
Johny Otewkl V ,foatal. Things haven't changed since
In the biggest propolyting deal in Cravath, now rasing cattle andi
whch he was ever aI hed. produce in southern California's
SA : . Imperial Valley, hung up his'
a took tie boy to dinner," he coaching tack.
avs. "The next day one-of our Roy Clymer, a Dayton, O.,
wealthy alumnt who lived In salesman, is the Ohio Statei
Jrohnnys home toM, 4png Prntllner who landed Bobby
Beoh, Ca t., got In %"*-b Watkins, fleet hMlback, for thi
him. Buckeyes.
"The alumnus ofmfid the ath Young Watkins, who Is out of
lete a new car, $1t6 a month, Nfw Bedford, Mass., had good
expenses through Iw school and offers from eastern schools, but
a partnership in the Alumnus' his old home town Is in Salesi
fir after graduation. man Clymers territory.
"I knew a along' that an The work goes on and an Old
almtnus pf CaliUfo t been lue Is a college g1pduate who
keeping close trac-'W nuy kiLis at a losing football coaeh
all summer. I late because his team plays like a
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Plans Afoot

To Reduce Gls

In West Europe Y

The De:ense Department Is "Let teu' peop, /know t hr itugt man the c u try Is shfe" Abraham Lincoln.
teosldering bringing home one
or more oi the six U.S. Army d- N
~i.iens now stationed in West-I TWENTY-NINTH sEAR PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 .9 IM. n" CN TS
im Europe

a.ni .ro C First Supersonic Combaf Plane
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- dr l a
tlon forces inal fore he was i lect- u o Unt%. to tl
Na'lonalrged the deployment of strong curitt Council.tal

E'-I.r 7 rkn Off AF Top Secret List
. ground force in EuropeTa n OA F I pJcJ L tie. Va,: Av*iutue hearetsa,
hich he described as the front rghM
rne of resistance? to Communist Chrry Arc.-J ard P r Arnm st
Aggression. Tne troop commit- LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 20 The new F-100 Super Sabres number one production. model during its firat' turn n the air a. u Sd hiven
Raent was made in 1950 aiter a,- (UP' The first supersonic were considered by air officers was wheeled from the factory of last May 2 wit North American
" cret debate" in Congress In combat planes in history, bellev- to give the United States a com- North American Aviation, build- test pilot George Welch at the
which the late Sen. Rooert A led capable of speeds approach- manding lead In the global race r of the F-8B Sabre of Korean controls.
Ta't led forces opposed to It. Ing 800 miles an hour, were re. for let supremacy. war fame. A more ateamlned fighter r S
The military argument for moved from the secret list to- The Air Force guardedly re- It was disclosed that the teat than the Sr,.the F-100 can ril f
*ichdrawrng some U.S. troops is day as they began to roll from vealed details of the F-10,'s spec- model, the YF-100, exceeded the eight at high spd at altitudes ww
that the nred for American in- the assinh'v lit.p. tacular performance when the speed of sound in level flight above 50,0 feet, which means
th l past two years by oevelop- Ban gI g bombers olf wh there Is pub- French Isref-
ier-t of n2w weapons, such as lie knowledge. i Almosti'
the atomic cannons recently w et
hrst to Western Europe. aItwas would u ie@ a th o Air u
'Ihe diplomatic argument la- abFore units f Elo5 and theo Air
Tirst the .iove is that it might a F*e una WrIhtn ht Zwopland the
Vay hob with U.S. efforts to wher 0theyu would have
persuade European allies to in. masn tu ntUtr over st ny Mble
crease the r own military con- i nowa Ulan far or bomb- HANOI, indrahtt, Oct.
ri.outions r3 NATO. er developm ut. ey also can (UP) -rl through
Dem.?nse Secretary Charles E. be adate to eart rockets and out th( I "I o Trl
Walson said yesterday the na- bombs n support of ground tLe" tP da Ias:I angard o
tUon's growing arsenal of atom- troops, it was announced. 30,000 ch a oo
It and other new weapons "t hrrti.ruum u l tT
eventually should permit a Thes Mr Foreoffli S gave of.the a l ti
"substantia, reduction" in the o speci ol e t strohallmd at u i
nio NPeC1S6t XHpe for the, ship ssRohWd of-
pcmber of U. S. troops in Ed- other than theat V pse nicp a -ttnere o
roe. It i 5Is ~at by a ratt Whit-
Wilson also ruled out sending :4 et bshws The. engineVea1 tob 1
another armored division to Eu- del vm.W n ds of thrust, Ade t fi t
.tpe next year. He said he does whEih' e anh b. ted about 4. nee' toh
not think it is needed and that perl cent by.mea a of an ai ter. bi it & N ve
"otner things" will be done to o ube,..At se ?ped, the'e- eht- -ol4
Sister European defenses, such POLICEMEN OF THE BRAINWASHING PRE CINCT--ndlan custodian troop march pVWt lne would herse ernl of i- Frn
e th e worle ent of ra bat- acau horsepower .in wfi % & .
S rect ipment o UN-erected explanation tents at Panmunjom, Korea, where interviewing o unrepatriated the ft ,iva sm
talon of atomic cannon. Red POWs will be carried on. The Reds have set up similar tents to "counter braiawashing." The shark-noed, Super bre"t isl f ahe. f Ih -
Wilson told a news confer- t e Thenno getrkfnvedlfts the isal
Wilso told a news cof Many Chinese prisoners have come in shouting, "I waft to go to Formosa." But, Rd officers mut heavier alplane tan t he t
ente any reduction in U. have told them that F osa pow belongs to Communlat China. American observers have Sabre and t ls -toot ln Co t
osed in Europe ir b le ear g new orders to protest strongly such lies by Rd political officers.io a
WAed oIt over "a reasonable
period of time" and emphasiz- .
ed that no med will be brought r e
hemse tomorroww morning." g m d:
The United States now hias
the e"uivalent of six divisions o ds triapnel nt
n ,-Erope., NNRC 'Break Up' Seen If Reds '7 2 ..
The secretary mid the man- I than 0 e.
owner and weapons goale of the
orth Atlantic Tr.?.y Organiza-
ton, as wedl as America's corn- 'B ay n
iltments to Western European C Ser'ice .p .A- "-
defense now are being recon-
idered n the light of new weap- PANMUNJOM, Korea, bet. 20 for face to face interviews with The uis
ones developed by this century (UP) Sweden Wrarned today It Red political officers. questionl
afW its allies. was "highly possible" that the The Swedipb delegate said he to
Be a.d these' weapons include neutral pag lons reptaitiwon had received instruction direcJ
t*oamic devices, supersonic commission would "break up" if from Stockholm. He said his oi- to ru.
pla, and guided mlsslles, the Communists insisted on us- derers were of the "same gener- sUt, n Ir st, a.i
-puty Defense E.cretary Roger Ing force against reluctant North al tone" as those given to the Communist captUtt.s w. ,
a Zes said last week the Al- Korean prisoners. Swiss delegations earlier. uled for the second straight y,' .
h ave developed powerful "The whole question hinges on
M and should disc Jan Stenstroem. a swedish how we can get the North Ko- The PolnSand Czech delegate
" iettmod and os a inrd po-eheei^?! i-'^L? :: '. .... *', i-
w o and eleadte on athe com l ssion, is- rea risoners to attend the ex- gave no sign they w'Id attd id' lri.
"tmoded'" and arms and P.- sued the warning after Czech- planatlons." Stenstroem said. meet U of the comafission to-3 P () %Tree R
Jides.oslovakla and Poland announced The delegates of Communist daiv, leading to.fea9rs x aN.epla.-46
Any subtantal reduction of ther boycott of the RC. I nd and Czechoslovakia nationnteriews may a. e eaves
e n forces in Europe In The Communist bloc represen- stamped angrily out of a meet- lRr 90 d
he near future almost certainly tatives stalked angrily out of a ing Of the five-nation Neutral -esa ,llei 3 e'
died br greeted with alarm by commission meeting because of Naion repatriation Commis- N r J ri
them as a guarantee the United Nrt Koreans to attend inter- reed immediate interviews
tats will fight by their side in views with Rid rsuder." with the hot-tempered Norttht oan- oh1I
aev of wal. The walkout indefinitely delay- Koreans. evty ro' Nauer Shan, giant chleth
Wilson said the important ed the explanations to anti- cit th warlike Ghmhgal, aut t -r-4
t!f'las not the number of dl- Cbmmunlst prisoners. The North Koreans. who have 1 warned last mueth he wn tm lli' o
o the United States ps in tentroe aid hi govern- sworn to die rather than attend 10 000 tribegan n the rrovn-
o lo, but the fact that this the explaining sessions. retused
is "cogamitteed ahead of ment was opposed to any. Use of point blank to-meet with the Red BONN, erms naty, C t. (UP) d taital of thr i thets
S o the defense of the force and warned that Red n- agents today and the commis- -E Z...am ernmen - id--4-
e world"f Russia attacks. sisthene on It would threaten to slon rejected Communist de-L rCo a a ola b t- .t rdl- o Zai bowed to the XU b~0Y the
world" iO f ui_ attacks, wrecl the whole operation. mands that Indian custodial o S i P ret ~I npr dt
Btye npstroe brig "oIth Korn hoir o e ntr 34 term ., "wer rome -to, tee ra '8thb A s idrtll 111[
"Te r tsndero eon f the comtroops use tear gas and possibly huseflPrflkor e "A -
c Of bodt 3grrater than before." firearms to force them to enter Chlet ftwo moefn.1thant too two.r drl tomthw1
f tenstroem so i "It rs highly cthe Interview tents.D eoh if at Theho
Possible the 90 sslon will 7%9 wed-W~~..l~Pas We -lo r rtbsnoep w ew reo are 9 m iesi um 4M .'
b r iabreak f We cannot get the met' up.,a'btob" -of h rAlg on three ides. ....
bhe0exp0K aioCaspt. R.lH.ee n Nmomw Of hiavewnmbern I
North orean rnerS tO O tO Ca R. R Eererick g n Iarddt), bR t l. e 4,D,- ci c
tnerroo ap redoto AS ONS20_gaso uh r, chrl av
Pa Off By 31Stenst oem .lstututed a for- -New Industrial m lt n du1tria M e r'''
orme e e Ia twenthe Swed-rn
is'~ govre mbnt and Switzerland SNrevolt has cl ed_ Doffe
_WASHINf TON, Oct.20 IUP)--n opostio the use of and y Division Chief dt,. o at of
the Army reported today that force to brinl North Korean goontt h rUbft 3 a rUa ani tl Tehenm City1 :,.oa "ish
AWOL and desertion rates prisoners from they compounds Captain Robert H. Emericktthe d o ewer iluse b Pr fo rt government Xb"
have fallen about 30 per USoNR. has been ao pointed Chifo nisso more thaa the two tial a earn
lnt since it started cracking fietthetay olruttoh Ies m still In Jaeill wat
runaways In January. he Panama Canal and will ar- E ti."pof..
A ,t 6900 AWOL soldiers ril n ve here early in November ac-
Ikvebeen s lpped overseas un- On Ciio Service "
er the new stern polcy, the l15-year-old son. Robert, Jr.hs5
' Amy estaid. hed h eStaff The new Industrial Division eW'EU
lonL) after it appeared "a dils- head has been on dut at the..
'oportlonate number" of sold- I .WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 iUP)-- Charleston, South Carolina, Navy .
Were going AWOL to avoidlChalrma i Ii Young of the Shipyard where he was Aslst-g -
orea. The new policy called for today the federal government He will replace Captain E. .
iEipplni the runaway men over- expects to drop about 115.000 e-Dunn. UN who became Direc-
eas once they were captured oloyes in the year ending next tor of the Industrial Bureau City.-
ther than puttin- them iniJuly t June 30th of this year. WMIAZ Ibt, 1 (s" d- tide Ia Ka "- '
des to serve time. IThis reprpted increase Captain Dnn came to the ed. 71 r-. ,a .i td ur. ltf ;i-
the first six months since of 15,000 In the commisio's Canal Zone from Calforniaof the '. ?,.-. W j-,i8 e
pobie Warnt into effect the payroll reduction estimate for where he served as Repalir 'oiii goln ame a not turn' I
aid ,tr AWOL -ate ha. the 2954 fiscal year. Young pre- Superintendent the Long i hUI eb
e0.8 per ent under thea.piusly had said the commission Beach Naval Shipyard. He hu II-yeI' Bs, tr ',w 'ld'd ,, z
e period in 1952 eno the de-lantlcipated I00,000 federal em- also served at the New York foremost vgp bamk to and *at
Ion rate has decrease 31 per Iloyes would be dropped during Naval Shipyard and has had Davihi Ab; bead and tho pekee torre sd
the current fiscal year. lengthy service at sea. gou ts .d U sid he Dbarl mama t e ab

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