The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Sokm. Army, Navy, Air Force and Ma-
rines. Commanding the unit will
,be Lt. John Garver, HQ and HQ
Co., 33d Infantry Regiment.
Members of the Boa4 of Dl-
rectors 1f the Calil one Com-
munity chest, by Leon-
Sard M. rockman, hairmn of
rt the Boaal of Diretors, will fol-
of- low the honor guard.
,. r Hg. BHads- tW the eleven Red
ef t weather Agencies, participating
other in tlia s r's fund raising cam-
id elvi- plgn, wl follow. Other units
py the comprosing the line of march
munity will b the ROTC unit from Bal-
boa High lehool. the Girl Scouta
e-game atd the oy Scout.
ached- The Atlantic side cermeades
een the i .1mbe held tomorrow a-1-
Lnd the Wr thCommune ity Ch
VII obe offal rlaied it
aa Hotel waionIn o i v-
Marshal erno Joswm,- o0ialez of Colon
will be an ignored guest anC
Outhriq will iddre Atlantic side real-
archers dent over Radio Atlantco t-
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Hospital Carp

The fact that all or practik y all-o
non-Panam6 Canal agencies on the Canal ZoIne
to pay their own hospital expenses at Gorgas, cen
15, was indicated today following a survey of the ofe60
ed organizations. A"
A spokesman for the Civil Aeronautics Adm
tion, one f ti 14 egncies to be affected, said his
ization has ue r paid for hospitalization of its
He said ft believed Public Law 103 had been
terpreted in the Canal Zone because he felt hy e"40
itary have in the past provided hospitalization am it g
ployas. .
"No other agency does," he added, "unless ,he p r
son is injured in, line of duty."

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less, by other ageriles question- 1Ja m' .
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ay with the frret given them by the Chi ob now In then h tsd
the now In thew o
of the owner of the t Medical Service in WMhlnton wt on trial before the oMlrt
NEW AN Oct. 23 (UP) A4111 here Monday f the
man of the dead Gulf of Mexim pushed up the said they would have to have the Commander of their colli
arrested on orders slugish i ia river tod appropriations from Washington and-dagger mission behind e5mm
a Atty. Canan ala ed Water Board of- and hey didn't know if "any my Iaes in northern Italy diw-
l who said there arls trcal here called it the first wilu be forthcomnlg." Ing World War II.
iesi linking him wt tria ibreatto the City's fresh The Navy said definitely, "We Gigilto. Candoal, assigned
S kth y7 since 1936. do not have appropriations to the court to defend Icaral,
bt ual said the sail wedge pay hospital costs of our civilian Italy has decreed an amrst
esi throat was ut from taste of the Cty' water n themployes." al crimes co ted dr-
tastalhe C wng the war.
mando-stle, as he r ys may force abandon- Meanwhile, from Ba Cado said the only way
we the bar's cash reg- mentf a proposed 30,000,000 Meanwhile, from B a b o a Ca.donl s a I d the only wy
w eoas reg men propod 3Heights came the clarification of Icardi can escape a convictih
M d Taboad hd ~K no use spndlng the announcement that $8 a day for the murder is on groundbe
tha treat the Mississippi would be ch d or non-Canal was motivated by a poUllo
Samsoel b owntow ateir; l we are assured of employes. Thi rate, they said, split nith Holohan.
i ffa'with M al a adequate supply of would included ubsistence. rou- icardl and Lodolce could ie
Sa I d A. Baldwin tine examinations, nursing care, sentenced to lifemo
t ndentof the dreli, and otherroutine aIn absentia iSf conv Ic t
proceduren.thas abolished the death p am
mlf by sayingS d Water Boardattorney. procedu-id the
S e out hunting speedy appropria-r.b the case was obviously
S the killing. But, toiqu m Congress to con- because three Italian "l-ma
SSandoal, he has trol d ite 1on of the Missis- A To re Imprisoned for the
deflnte proof that to the Atchafalaya about AF E ToI Discuss while the principal de
hunting. 10 l uptream f ro m New were undisturbed
also ordered the re- He said the problem Hospital Rates wThree undmersparetiu. W
to o CAceres, who S solved by recovering the arrested after Holohan's bea
tuOa suspialon of be- 20,00 cbl feet per second of Members of Atlantic Lodge 14 was fished out of Lake Orta
o saahirted fugitive TeM* '-t being siphoned of the American Federation of au 'iorltlea concluded he
o f an exten- fm tWhe- lppl into the At- Government Employes will mett murdered.
t e Gen. Samuel o. sturgis tonight at 7:30 at the Cristobal Icard I and L
.of the roadhouse of Arm engnes Elks Club. neither be extrad =tesd eu
g took place. ed, cWirller tof week ngint he Under discussion at the meet- trail In Italy since thrnWa
he could fCind l ditsl is a seris in will be a clarification of the U.S. Army at thefl te
.oanect CAceres with Zl p which must be Gorgas Hospital rates recently crime nor could they be ca by
*. added that he had oo tmu announces. on American military court ralc
solve ed ththe hds leda les s tfat st" they were civlyis whys tiM
the storiinrahave estimated that.murder was dlsc ed.
-sred mn unl control ures ar Smogtown t-
of somebody's I- titd the tiippi RiverSmogtownCandol told o ter:
could change Its channel to the "Only it the court agre the
L did not revetalh 1 lWa( va In 10 years. If he LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23 (UP) murder originated. fro a poil
1 the "clues" adMi M hsI old switch to the David O. Gwinn. a deputy in tlicl pilt can Icardl fail to re.
0w te H Fl celve a life sentence.
he said the Iv"- aborr route tothe coast, it the local tax collector's office, ceive a life
turned up many WWl6' let* the port towns of said today he received without When we s p e a k of pelltic
tly linking hiM N1W ier s and Baton Rouge delay a letter addressed to him motives we do not me t et* -
g ._d5y. in Bmotwn, 5R, Calif." helegedt ayupathies fad tRl
Sdn g 5the Cosmumists or his alleged
S.discrimnatlon in favor of the
Communist partisans in the dia
i F trlbutietoeon ofBrt s ans v racs d s.
Sla We refer to the dLfferent view
S'. -..- Holohan and Icardi had regad-
Bd R sian I B k Ing the work of their m in."
e k R ians In 'a ans Jackson Probiot.
Odt.In In Life magazine in five Re quoted Roowsevet sy- Sanyuan nc
is beginning today Ing: "I cannot agree to the em- J un JU IIwo
ad i thbe New York Times In plovment at U.. troops in the United States C
0 lbneits beginning in Balkans. for purely political Donald L. Jackson,
edition. conaiderations over here, a the sub-Committee on Intbe-
"HI Msaid the dispute a- should never survive ew.n a American Affairs of the BHou
r awee planning for an offensive slight setback in "Overlord" if it Foreign Affairs Committee e IB
to ser Mas dltersulorary action were know.a that falrly large rently visiting In Panama. tedw
W IL.from Ifr i W the invasion of forces had been diverted to the dispatched to Washingto tls
xtrad" N -whih got under way Balkans." following cable:
S D th an deast from The Britsh gave in. d'taching "Secretary of State
ooeelt Vienna and the seven divisions to take part in For CoommiAnlner eof
the landing In southern France ti o
chiefs of staff Aug. 14, 1 %. Best Ion vi
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12 Region plants
13 Greek letter 6 Lodging
14 Oil (suffix) places
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1 Drldrn 8 Nostrils 26 Exhumes
19 Disappears 9 CoagulitUd 28 Debar le
and 10 Toward the 30 Greek disthi,
21 "-- call" sheltered ride 31 Esstntial
23 Look and 11 Golf mnouI being
24 Good and .16 Worships 33 Saltpeter
27 and fall 20 Pay 33 Pulling
29 Created 22 Rosters 40 Feline
32 Deems 24 -- or less delicacy
34 Fence
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45 More painful
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51 Geraint's wife
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535 Land

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S power) in this tall tank. but no rhdid. It's a bootlegger's still.
S bIzed by federal raiders who put lt1 dwhirs out of business oni
lovely farm near DoWnington Pa. Stale Police Sgt. V. E. Simp-
an looks up at the lo*erink: tlk. Also taken by the go enmenl
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0 By Victor ttilil
ALBANY. There no lVnger
can be any doubt thitt mra ih
the upper brackets of our nA-
lion's highest judicial, 1t al,
labor and business circles now
fin themselves I Ie 1A jrnp
in the upper rackts coI s
to-coast campaign to free labor
extortionist and terrorist Joe Fay
from his old Sing Sing prison
'rhese nationally falmos menr
some Of Intbiiatlatidfll tjit
tion, ate the hiVy,
can make .iUblic tll
the Identity of a cro-
erfdl It eold etee m .lh-
ernors, gKibHiatoril e
dates and even some ~heChlel
into Supreme Court eli'les to
write to Governor Thomas
Dewey urging clemency for the
Mr. Big of labor racketeeritf.
Much of the list of thtost who
wrote cmn now be theWebld for
the first time. On the list df
those asking for clemency for Joe
Fay, former boss of the AFL op-
erating Engineers Uniolit-with-
out which riot a building, not a
road, not a waterway, nObtan ar-
senal could be cohstructed-&4re:
AFL leaders George Meany,
Dave Beck, Bill McFetridge, Wil-
liam L. Hutcheson, Charles Mac-
QObwvn of the'Bollermtaker, Dick
Gray. Harry Bates of the BeCt-
layers, first vice-president Mat-
thew Woll. L. P. Lindedf., then
general president of the Paint-
ers UniOn.
Also Vlice Murphy. the New
Jersey AFL leader who was ay-
or of Newark; Louis ,Ma.i%3iate,
president of. the New JerLy .e-
eration of Labor;: Tm M Nrry4
New York State AFL prei:det;
Harvey J. Hagan, .res dnt of
the Woo' Wire, and MetalJ h-
ers interna ions1l Uhion; 1 !ert
Byroh; official of thit Sieete-
al Workers Internatsionl As.:
Joseph ?orris, presldtit f the
Jewelry Workers.. a'd J. H
ons. president of th Int -
tional BridRg StrtuttlirIl
Workers, whofe lo4al .1i A a
tied. up.atomic.jower for Wes.
Also William McCarthy, ne-
al president of the Interftdn ii
Marble Slate Workers, 3S 0'1
Nell. general resident o the
Distilinpm Wie Workers Intera-
tional Union, and Cha!r e
son, presided of te New r
State Cpncl olat Care
Also k orman l of
the Amalgamated Mead Cdtis,
and Matthew Woll. It shoud be
pointed put -t1 Woll wrdtf
sy thte h busihe9 d1-t
ingti i fa. t that e it
clemnc was noted alter
bur years. ilr t
phtist h. -

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inp .

one of Fay'4 lieutenants, Rubin
wrote tO ,o erhor DO ey te
Fay's belihif.
This litik a significant reve-
lation oft Ily's cynitisth por
years Fa ~tk d'wifth the Hbttel
Trades council. which was a
Cfti/hindhit frbht utitil tuiltn
slt with the etdfrades.
Rub*n tdid ine that lh 1937 and
138, Fty attL ld eoe 8c2 llse, an-
other eonvticid libor extortion-
1it. hlled tod build the Hotel
Trades Cbunell. out of which
sprang ode of the Communists'
mtolt powerful agents. a man by
lhe nathe of Sohn Stzuben. Steu-
bcn I aft old C iormt ist China
S-rb,. who helped the Red armv
IM. ad w1a recalled to the
or sDecal woft in the hotel
.t hb full force of Joe Flay'S
cr mileaifl Was thrown be-
1id Rlttbelt'i Hdte) Council for
ove t1 vi r-- yd trinR Which it
,i9 a Loiait t Py duld ont.
Snitti *o It FBl r soon Il-
eHah i el a hitter ndi ute all
f lf+t ti, .lk.l. twoder the
d ) al rt his Jeown visd-

Itel li t hleatu Wl Isr
tnisU I t0d0t most of these
Idbbi eaci ft t one Word from
film wbilfia s a bitter dispute
Betwe bdvfttu unilos, as Act-

Amn iU ne e ho
ilt LU a t rthur Wicks
N I ft lweaI l Over tho

B in oeX meto solve any ia-
to rT bflttA[ t what Wicle
erTs could he exert these revisits
theAn tt.e businessmen w
wt tter Anmony a. Pon.,

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(Des) ext of the rlpdl to m
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By Bruce lioisat

Ftr his nbw tec rf bt oAbo e Pr ide
enc6d 1j labdr rlhtt; a t motl r t
management side, And hi chIe, t t a
tbell, eme at the dutaet to hate th g I ll
of organized lmor. .. .
Mitchell come$ to :1a nW job ftmithej'6tt-)
kmen where he has 'perl AMs tant miretary l
the Arrly for tMnpower.
During Werl WB" II He JUreced. the Wat 1e-
part tnflt tlHairil Pirb Htl fbiltt, Lh b At r
e was a personnel a4iSer thd bt
Hoover 'ommiatph. Later lMd hA chI f
bar relatidn mid petbunni or two N Ylt
City depar ent. store. .
His vienma t. la ines &M re fa th i
respect In t1.1 Mi tl' i eVll tlyt Old Ift-Ui mW
labor-relations 1te14.-14- hAs IertiV0nder Iri ar
Democrati. and fRet-bi Un ftkiOes, tt
oth .uingn hbig government dutyE ai his pri- i1 4 6 tk
,te buriea afvkrr the new sftretary appeitt
o hayb won the reftard of top ilah tat.
They say .thy fo.a him fair tt reasonable t
then hi WI nl ting fordpartrtet-stre ..
mlfankfetnet. MitBel lilmaelf lald he felt he dtidL S a .
got Wlon with m.. e e
No t man1 of tMii ts sf.h.Ae4 With favor- *i ittl iWe
able eomtnents upoh ibsi atintrnent, but Waltr ..

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1u secl efdre t6C1]fMOrfi Bar the ao
ioih i~ot rvea i, e Jti later, fIt tth ea
wu itfts ed t dNeoa bt U. 8.l urts., li Te ci r tl

r I A!n to ea l t m nS t s
o. t.diihattlvU abeencies, ikdt law.yrs in llcs ea Is
d l redl e ht~ts d of 0l red o tapa, iutan
wlerelw g!e, m th reqbent i heta d yer
p016 t tt6 averted little 92d eidltoald*it a it .thre it wi lfiilll. t
lmft riAs, gti tdu tl td IteaIMt. he wail: ytar, aI t L
"Wiely cnr t e at up thrd t d ith y it In my fi
o*1n *rda? Why do JtUdgej hi lawir keep ad itt, |-t
buttU ug ? Why dtlie ii tttt M from say=r- r t d
l Wftt I int toB sAY, t atd a Iant to ay be court
In the tiUnt e hau been in WMhtlgtrn. oarnes Ioye
declared, he has eduM to tlti fenc-uhlons: oT em
Therk hinta among the beSltch pud r .,
widespread udVstisfactlod with existing leal 11
processes, but ti feeling is tbhe- aIlsed expres-
alot of tie emise aentlualon enibethd earlier by
thd aShrage ejient. t
Barn 1 ged both the Judand the t
yen with I.flure to correct th tatih. or a
court lear tp. nreJutt." u t
This is not enough, he dealemd, w
Ido CaoMI& de Id the agge Iterval bt- ep
tel le tim a %cae ,.t ad the t1m b
of trl frdte ,Uft titBta a Y. In t
iteithe ltMft e uif l ntroleon r-eaci R-
sachuaetts, Minnfsota., Missouri. P0 tli- d ai
vanta. Texa, T tonlin."' atinl average lA bnly an
Just under T for Jua, ad Just under fars.t0
AIR madh Ion. ry ,
In the federal court district$, i th StfatOe ed
delay time in 19C2 Was even months. The rith- loastm
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Your Community Station By CAY r PAUL
w 10040 r e le Mes NEW YORK. (UP) Now pots
and pans sweepers and wasn-
ng machines are pltng a role
In improvement of internaional
In a few weeks, eurabean
Today, Il, O a k 1 women--except those behind the
Iron Curtain will be looking
over more than 300 items avail-
sLse L mttle hw able to the average American
: .o r homemaker. The collection rang-
4I ort es from baby high chairs to'ear-
:- na rings. It includes furniture, pot-
3a-.W Yoter Pvrmite tery, jewelry, rugs, lmps, pots,
u lew pans. sweepers, washers, fabrics
I:U;-What'aYour Favorite and rugs.
(.cont) "The collection Is being shlp-
Sb0- TheZm ean Boksh lil ped abroad for a one-year (or
(Vo&) a possibly more, if the United
6 -':-SiU1 SION SORT wishes, tour, starting, with Hel-
S sinki. Finland, in late October
*6- h. under auspices of the Finnish-
A:" Theii jarash American Society. It then will be
7lS---Rldio lVaies, USA. shown in other Scandinavian ci-
7:-- or fom the U.. ties, and probably In London,
________,/, 9.-B (.theU.s). Paris and Milan.
tthrou tA Middle Et and ther 3:0w-equest alon The Museum of Modern Art
'. t,, ,someoofini th Md. ~-:46ommeuntry on World put together the collection which
otd is being sent abroad by the
eor o here that tr t str u, :00- c from "olathe United Btai s Informatob Agen-
te 1 -h. 'oMe -t a 9 40" off o from ,.vahere ews
ing With stnpeoples keep trol 1ondo Studio Concer cy.
S- "'Our purpose is to show our
e W eEuropean neighbors thebes'
S10J -Adventureg of .C. 49 work of present day designers
(BBC) and producers in America," said'
11:00-The Owl' est Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.. of the mu-
S 0 a.--Sig Off seum.
Kaufmann was asked whether
SsR t Ri n the display might create more
Tom orrow, urday, Oct. envy than good-will in the in
L T rthe European woman who can't
"5 "_^ 6:--Sign On --The AIrm afford all the modern conven-
S Clock Club lances.
S s 7: "Well. the exhibit isn't loaded
rm Clok Cl with freezers or dish washer,"
S' he said. "We're stressing good
'. 4", design, not labor-saving. Be-
Sture sides, I don't think the gap be-
re-2s tween America and Eurone s so
great. Scandinaviap women have
t kitchen gadgets a fancy asa
S' e produce here."
Ah.~~d 4dA o' h. *. a t*l. Reed Tfnh exhibitlan Is the second
S.. t tarveling housetarea show as-
:i'a tit- the R c ,cont ) sembled by the museum in col-
.t ...1 the R a elaborationn with the government.
The' first confined to home
O|t kJIi h e sl ti% q, t. acrea ug|t next year. He .n I the riht of Con-. -News furnishings was organized In
/'1 dieu giup n9s4tur a wn" 'a"o00mdahe e un1950 and toured unUtil recently.
OW, to weept--r turn do" rec9Mwendhl !ni; bi-t/Mturn Tune reen"The geeoeral reaction to the
U.l a UnitedFCsWoIN r4ii. .N:3O-Te Football Prophet gee to to e
%d'*o r -lei- th'"ubjes I 8. 1otaon when on wt S 1:00--News I previous show was one of amaze-
S U. o. iaon when Congress recon- ,0-N rit h'1 ement that so many well-dtesin-
r t rr o hut a w venesin Janua y, Capebart pre" 0I tm hiSs i tand 04-'2 risIatonanda ;true 115-Persaonalltv Parade ent tat o many we-desgn-
Sl d fsite th t OWe i W e t& e 1:4-The David Rose Show ed teams could be mas-produc-
ert b:00-Through the Sportals n ed." said Kaufmann.
ter'a I tr ee mies le 9braflmt T h Ie em acratmeniw k 2ar : S-Date for Dan cin Jewelry was included In the
1 'K M- f with, t"ea "enom reslt W th 0UfTdDmc at a news scoler.- &a & l t 2: 15-.fternoon Melodies second exhibit, he said. because
Th i ee happ to the plt ,ta oen The Preident rejete r od I r r a nh :4 -Battle of thme BanDis t well represents American de-
"- de ndt t lheI t fa.* : 00--Vicp&=tory marke sign at the hand-made level.

en ifctindl -dy that will The "am will be trueBoo o dlia n'sio n alteddaI :nd-Te ta e ttIeet howe:00-i torears sgathehn D-mae lev
-oa down. 2h" Rdthatdef- :15-TheLittleShow

at A -Prhsid ent .statement ae Imes jara d- 0-ArWoMeeting of the Minds n
wuI t. ay h4 L:30-Wh at's Your Favorite 1Wk you r apntt hoaremb
valve a N not 9mcq t oare t6i iAt apaWgforhesageoU
elVlea etely rVw poscnt tot t ct ceen to ~th5:3-WNaty 'sYour Favorite MAKE FRIENDS

o JIn^ tely r' r*n l th ene Vd 11:00---- OnleronesiVng oebuwnesMoEsENolDhS
ia Staeao e~me fln 4e n b. Inow wondbea % -good tme o to buy (contd)
IQnstrj t. Ot cagae .bt .a, fedqtod*. -tou 6:00-The Perry Como Show
" enta po*M i e n po o- -b o m.Ar hVIrhea l advised my ow brotin- (VOA)
Iti. Begft ar. t farlves in 1:80-The Telephone Hour

thee an 64 their0OArs aleoN SPOrTS
"c e^ta*IYm ,a oL0 t0'tw what he call -"the Sly- 7:80RAeport from the U.S.
Sl"kqi 4O .rInto the cat- 8:00-Masterworks from. France
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Oand chonaeWdrre Tboournntnpricea Jordan *ho r
phogeditUNAtof aS.qO&0o0%metaFn y on World
r:00 q -Yuro t Parade When you go for a visit In
o poo nl t ea:30-The satMirday Night Juke your parents' home., remember
Ma 49hai- ao l. It i or to act ike a GUEST. Just be-
ho Ud beeDt pdeeO. 10:*Faola and his Or- cause they're your parents
-VWpof n* ' sa. date your taking over the house
a "Paw 211A....n)"3Am. UMIts, 1d he aH oll ...A) crearranging the furniture, or
od ume per as .,ac-' hebad checked : -o--Tda Ow.a _est giving out with household hints
1t port-i, sx nd In t ) l JnOlM0a". I:00r te 1:00 a.m .8Wlll Off Young couples don't want
rnt) lw O1t L tu 'I a nd V. t aiz, to- their parents interferring in
,l.. bet .L EDthEir lives, and older parents"
r Isbto 00 an. .aenatonf Symbols don't want their children inter-
OAb- V ofm eroeferning in their lives, either..
SO LNNe ItsM n. B thp t BDC-Brltish Broadcasting Car-
Ike'- AUOUSTA, Mea (UP) -Maine
..COND FLOOP. a 111:1e' s1 i13 n'fe 4l farm persuaded congress seriously to canne have turned out more
SMe h ci de'bahes8ann Plan of than SM.0,O00o0 cans of sardines.,
all k !&tharooddthe' rpandring the past 10 years. The
um.p""am'an-dtha only r Th would re- $00.000-a-year sardine can-
support'tstem "hh, proposed gom ent un w ebsu quire' government nbsidies to ning thdustry means employ-
40 t ,1NWOrk"ofP 9t. That vmthe sO inre satlafaetory markets to mt~nt for some 9,000 persons. in-
oI 1 AndtPi and rft -N Po., at -anW-eI n oroducer'and4atetory rices eluding fishermen. Despite this
Charles P.O Branm.4"al n ad- to consuks.. 5Nit C o n g r ess Malne ranks 38th among the
t o lAdt of asi- rcoold obtain- a setisfac- states I n p6r capital sardine


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S 1.!TH MILLETT Says Husband, Troop

.u ,u. ,,o, S Ne.,ver'Sive $1005 To Buy
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.OL 'Aei,. vor lows Birthplace
hL Oh, 14S u 'V t'..LilI.ed, uInuitE-
pa ... .*O ', c .'-SI 't unaer- CINCINNATI, 0.. Oct. 23 (UPI
itE .d I. ... .1~ taie,.l- ale oing -- The husband of the national
we tin. ... h; ~a,...ta ne It-i .c2 o: .iaent ofithe Girls Seouts
ce, ca jiumnu,. .. ,, it, v 'lt of America and an Atlanta Gir!
to .;ol..-...J elie. Bu6 keep those Scout troop have contributed
the agh.- to yourSelf $1,005 for the purchase of the
e ^dl wono goe, around birthplace and early home of
S lo, -rating Lhe iusand'joo or Juliette Low, founder of thb Girl
copi.ilanuin aoout toe aemanj a Scouts movement In this coun-
it iaakc uia his time doesn't a o try.
he eii or her nRusoand any ..
ga a Mrs. Roy '1. Layton of Chevy
does t make her husband Chase, Md., national president,
lou vei, origat to picturee him- announced the contributions at
as an o c:%orreu, unae-paiu. the closing session of the Girl
un pJriciaUed .v e to a Jot. S cut*' 32nd national convention
c uoes.t iae inin ieeni here.
ve / intelligent to let the word ..
nt-oi. enut tough is we Sne said Charles Kendrick,
krn ilar tVi nihOu n t'is Wn oI San Francisco, nhusband of the
.w ..t h eiejn iiLa e gOL.. 1ationl vice president, had sent
i-.1 e to taize tani lo some- a check for $1,000 and that Troop
S "g aou It. 21. Atlantic, had sent $5 to help
nd low raLng her hu.oand purchase the Savannah, Ga.,
jo)0 aoe6n L iaie the wie iook
ve v vW eu, Liier. Mrs. Dayton and Mrs. Kendrick
Sgives a pretty sad picture were re-elected during the clos-
of ,hu kind o01 wni she is-dis- ing session.
gruntlect by her husband's work,
vainly trying to push him ia- Elected to four-year terms on
head, secretly convinced that the national board was Mrs. W.
ste knows a lot more than he Bruce Macintosh, Miami Beach,
dots and that if she were in his Fla.
shoes she would be a real go-
gener. Twelve women were elected to

Better Ktep Complaints To
so if you have any complaints
about your husband's job-keep
quiet aooul them.
Fo one is going to think more
hi.aily of you or him if you- go
around finding fault with his
job. When you run down a man's
work, you take something away
from the man himself.
And any wiie who whittles
her husband down, instead oi
building him up, makes herself
lok small,,r in the process.
Useful Pelks
STRONG. Me. (UP) Tooth-
picks are used to patch helicop-
r blades, according to the For-.
. ster Manufacturing Co., which
makes toothpicks. It seems that
when old fabric is torn, off for
replacement, there are 642 holes
exposed and toothpicks are stuck
Into the holes before new fabric
is put on.

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serve as regional members of the
national board of directors for
four year terms. They include:

Mrs. Girdley Dawe of Irving-
ton, Va., for Pennsylvania, Mary-
land, Delaware, Virginia atid the
District of Columbia; Mrs. Abe
D. 'Waldauer, Memphis,' Tenn.,
for Tennessee, Arkansas, Missis-
sippi, Alabama and Louisiana
and Mrs. John B. Russell of Fort
LAuderdale, Fla., for Florida,
Georgia, North Carolina and
So'nh Carolina.

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because of late hours, acid indligesat
or temporary sluggishness ?Take
sparkling Eno bedtime and you'll
promptly Ielp neutralize excess
stomach cid WMhe yo usa take
Enao as a spedy, gentle laxative.
Conu: use oely as directed. buy as
dndis tsSoday--sc how good it is!
sIU artomh aCh. gsuand
heartburn promtpyr.
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The Commun y Cest

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
tenth in the "Red Fakher Se-
ries" depicting the activitiesof
the Canal Zone Comamuaity
The Cristobal Armed Services
YMCA-USO is primarily cona
cerned with providing aa in-
town headquarters for service
personnel from the Canal Zane,
but in addition it also accommo-
dates thousands of civilians ald
tourists. The total door count
last year of persons entertig the
building amounted to 641,1, of
whom 412,118 were servicmen
and 229,688 were civilians.
Perhaps the one item of serv-
ice that puts the greatest chal-
lenge up to the equipment and
staff of the Cristobal "Y" Ut the
entertaining of crews of vlsating
U.S. Navy ships and of person.
nel from occasional military
transports. Such occasions pack
the building to the walls' and
constitute perhaps the service
most appreciated by the military

monthly dances at the "Y." part-
ners being provided from a care-
fully selected group of young la-
dies from the local community.
Last year 95 dances were held at
the Cristobal YMCA an on ad-
jacent military posts with a to-
tal attendance of 2.145 UQ gills
and 19,000 servicemen.
A popular program which Is
almost entirely partic td In
by civilian personnel is t e chl-.
dren's awimmng program The
course of InstrMon.
after years of study by the YMCA
Physical Education Departmment,
carries the youngster through
the vlU atroks an dly to
and Including Life Sava. A
total of 219 children, bo boy;
and girls, were enrolled lat
year, attending t37 elases with
a total attendance of 3.7..
Enrollment for 1068 had reaqh.
ed X79by the 89ld n of 01
year, wih me program's -
arty both with children and
parents contiualu Me_ lag.
In cooperaUton oIht~ t ,
religious activities at the YMCA
amdxmsd Mmt. ths inm

are r Qew W o 0MOe S i, IAWeO
In close cooperation with local of all three faiths, Protestant,
military commands, the "Y' is Jewish and Catholic. 2n this t-
advised in advance of he arrit- speot, rellglo*is literature of each
al of such ships and task forces. faith, approved by the respective
A schedule of sightseeing trips, national bodies, is available free
dances and other social eventa in the religion literature rack
for the men is set up. Inforlha- in the lobby of the "T."
tion desks manned by local vol-
unteers are placed In the lobby, Few, if any, peecfleally reltl-
and for the duration of the tay glowus meetings are held at the
the Cristobal Armed Services YMCA, the policy bea to elate
YMCA-USO is the welcoming the serviceman t t cthWcha of
center of the community. his choice. Free tranporatlon
Not only the military com- to the church the .ervigeman
mandg but the enlisted men as chooses to attend Is fu ed v
well appreciate this service, as ery Sunday 1fr t .
videnWe by their exprei-n of The program 4 i1m en
ratltd. both by _ri .f of the Cristobatl "M are
nouth and Ini Rainy uqaoft made posxiebs itam
otters. Th aeviii U 9I- d to the L&
o vb lttBr naval ships t ora *t- ty Cheat ad trba-
r countries, ttonx made to the Vt aM,
The most popular of activities Fund through local Community
among servicemen are the bi- Chests In the United States.

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"" Laying Of Hands
...... A_ ,Sunday Nigft '

3isS With O Church to perform the laying on
w ho incutididates who have been prepar-
,1 GAW-X DDOX Ing over the past few weeks un-
J a -**ley.
OftutInhoin s h.Oether services during the day
20, tahe will be observed as customary.
-l W.' Ju:'.M s EJith CiderArcodeacon we ll Sbe coul-

C ote len dT h oe oft h etU Inth ri oerad th ly n
T o .on. trays ornou o tdou On Wednesday the feast of S t.

aiaAltetos a ltmet .fhe r i r eaaM pndd go M oll bWer p t 0 p.m., e s e.m. -

.. "k n trock y on yur d o td hoo p eu t o csncy fe.e" d o O np Wed u e sd ayo the Girl t ts
UFrienud atl c:a30aforlsSatura ey at 3 mthe St. V in-

au l" "-MM witutopengh cent's Guild of Acolyte e will
M -, pms bnthe meet 7t the u hor. Thur--

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hr, S e'""i"a'tey af- r et the. u tbt YOer d s'ivor c orela, t Alli ator. BesS
ax jane-OP ord ra tero l eSo saety thethei-.ueen

;t e l t r imal pouk \t knie Irm her bab eCent'sGildofAcol wil
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re gra r .h ri u .? H b he &10pm t hi srio. Hitaa Proo rOtue5 touP)- h er EldaPad &
Wnte it,,'.at s p,. wh -.the roe w ill be cige. at ahy t ~cah t lexandrados arm.h A

'w MlMX lcn t U i a y c- -,te^nehvr of le 2 t no ug pe tunte Aoe waeras ae ae t te
Seseniebrd, olred th e l ae a itr n si d toere was found A

aa o f w days. HehaeThe0erneLn o td-t 1ueenndws able to p-har eas -

a l News. any.. Tel Fire Fighter el Paoln4 wA. T he last routi e d of conci- New Holiday Collectio
S td- A W 8 Towiyo yhologist satlon" hearings required by ue
0N0a'" l V re"tu A B jn-.- l1 rof- o4ot0. a Migayl, said t he ortench law to give divorce-reoor

ceJ19 Weaur 1 2&*2a1iio minded couples a final chance "Mnaue Or Dex
ire Wo.a ee e tPjn. I,, thm o atftiU She and Peter appeared se-B cm
rs ent Crests ,w. -.'orntaual ey are pg thi finish"l e. k rhed en e ouwriats In a suicide
wit at the M ires include:tober 1 ,gf thoe donuy f Is attempt last night after she M.&MT, Oct. 2 2mUP)e OffsI -
t I t e-l,-A--- fr Pesi lndveracoffeeoandteaUisn r. e w P b

Uor StnM3 s cN W fou eed stcn t o railed to persuade former Kingd Ito 3, 3 to 6,

. Jo- iue week or two, w thouti a gst. The object of the Attorney Raymond d7 to 12Chai NorthwsttAvenue.
Sr an thedonutwith-la d the ncdentPole were not ert et-
e l e 'anl Pw' i L O a ai a re C e r alligator crawled from a

3 1 wowt tea w 13 O l e .ao n or r d -old leadra appeal- can '. Canal nand amateur a-t by a ar, ur
W .NM e w -yww ond o eP Af at h e i r oin e o f f i c i a l c a rc a s wen holiz e d b e a o l

L' .S" ,c I _. Vl h G Ito P a Cto start a \\
mettoor 1City01'OeD h en Peter refused to eare d- violating the law by killing an

l B tr e e al-Pot.c O yis tolf rode class t edspeivor c tive
e.t hh am s i nt h e x Q u e e n

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S' rs Pt 407 Balboa, Can al IZone.
;r r Soom rus ed to her sidt and

t Mrs. r. erea r Set For Monday
is 8 ne11 B Mrs.- on rge Joseph chairman, Dr.

-of the neighborhood committee
of the international Girl Scout New
S, etend an invitatisummon to
ab 0 2t'ee all adult m e s to attend a f

Meetinag m the SantaiCrezwclVb- j P3U
houeoon Monay aet 7:30 pM.nd
Mrs.e a meetirgerW eofephchaOrman i

una m for afewdays. fedI s A b aoubliThe ex-ueen was Ible to n ap-
ari Canalt e. e Station or from di the s yGriebn a Parts. euort today for
N. ews. aorepo rteh .for th Mia moDal"yoooe t r t .ion" helari gs re urellotd l by oh e

mUntd'oV.Mondew at 7:30 p. m.

To Ie Heainred
K. NaWes! t ,isr y, Bech-"wair l itProf- Otoya, M gaYi, said the French law to give divorce-

i. At the blna al mesiero of the
VIA h i twAA- tS.o:My .3'fan of l ._r, supreme eoon.e cil ou the An.Pelt
recenh t 8 blom.M La t sponsot ;byShe and et b appeared tse-
el~rellent- Waii.+ves..lub.MC.a 'a lline y.y.perately In colwn but the concl- Itvit'sea "Miniature"eit

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witAo 0. 1*rt heratfied h- i Rite.
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RLED AFFAIRS-During a festival at Ruhpolding. Bavaria.
ators get an eyeful of ruffled panties and knit wool hose aa
a girls gracefully execute the intricate steps of a folk danee.

the sweeping grace of the 18th
century In solid silver.
U.S. Sales price 531.75 per 6 pe.
Place setting.
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FOR SALE -Two brand new 6 cu FOf SALE: Plymoulh '53 uit> 2o0t Aesee l linens. Phone Blboe 2-I. _
it eleclr-c Servel refrigerators Stalion Wugon. 0U mles. Perfect R WENOEHAKE. Medc-l Ci WILLIAMS- San-c tlr I eachCor-
4 25 00 each Works either on 251 T,,es Duh Paid New. Phon e en. tral Avenue. K" tMc eet loges LAMSge S omnorta O. modern
or 60 ccle. Refer to Diablo turr,,. 3-1697. 9 a m. I p. m. 3-1097 Central Avenue r"V PAreet. ogs. Large coh. Btlboo 30 xpt
lrIretlAn N.6 C.m Corner telephone 2-3479. Panama near b Balboa 0 pI
lure lore Cenlroal Avenue No. 86 p. m. a p. weekends. I..
Fhcne 2-2404 IFCR SALE.-1939 Chev;olet 2-door, CO Resturnt, t li Phlo lip Oeaek m. _
For immed.ale sale THOR wc. hrrg Sedan excellent condition. 4 newl Pizan pie, Revio, See L... PCicps. Ocea 0 5tte. Slont .,nger type. rew pump tires and tubes. $517.00. Cahl 145 Central AvenTe. T.2- 002. Clra. I187, 4 d SO l. Pha.-167 i
machin.Panama n er 1Gu 677, ,ristl -1673 I
new out.- enamel Perte.: I c:,nid,- Gulick 88-763. Wonderful weekend excursion to Me-
t.:n $75 Ce.. No 21 M. J. Hura- FOR SALE--19-47 Fcrd Tudor Se- dellin, Colomba, $ 00. Leaving OR RENT:-Gramlichs Sant Clar
aor Aenue 'La Cresia', opoitme r n \ cry clean. Mechor.cally Oct 31 .i-urning Nc.v. 2 cd Beoch cottages, electir b bxs, gas
o4 Aene Igocd VI ;el eqJity Phone 84. hotel acmotlon Call COA" ttoes rat te r Call 6-441
FOR SALE. Ber d, hngma1 I 2c. Fr Kobbe Pona:na 3-0097. ...
FOR SA B x hg mAncon. Houses on beach. Santa Clar. A ,n p.e.lci c:rd.,--'. 'l- 4FOR SALE: 1946 BIick Station --. n COL ampn mountain
god price Joe Moart. street No Wagon runs good. As is for onl FOR SALE Pn SHRAPNaL. Bf!bo r 8ta
6 downst ;.rs. El CrngeIo $299.00. Smeot y Hunnicutt S. A. SALE Phone SHRANEL. th I 11.
FOR ALE -Almo.i nA-. 16th St. Central Ave. Telephone 1 oirsalln or -e- Clrket thall. I
Knmo -,u C ,c .:-.* i 800. Colon ------ -FOR RENT
00. Quartrs I-A. Fort FOR SALE -1951 Buck Super R FOR SALE--Kodak 35. with filters.
&2-4196 _____ era CluoC CCpe. 22?0-C. Curn- tloh b attachment. field case $75
FOR ..ALE... w.... "aI i QO double wardrobe $25.00. two -c-
FOR SALE -Brand ne hogan ---- bicycles in need of repair 1 00 F -R SALE ---Chalet in ~rodor Ave tableS' w.,:h -4 chr. *99 lCOU FOR SALE -1940 Fimouh Sed. n Ieach. See them at 5854. Wo:ker No. 27. Frcnt and back orch, IIv-
anono Bo o t "3 1.1 e- Icond itAIn. I "? I Ph:,e Avenue. Diablo. Telephone 2-4321 ing and Jirt groom, two bedrooms,.
cond.hic-.-d and auorarteed gao Albrook 2166b A-1/c. Whee r g;-.t --.. .. --- -- --ml rW. J. Chomp
stores, $63 00 Dirr-ng chai,,s $.- Bece 4 p m FOR SALE -Venetran Bind, m-etal otage and tmids rrtNo. J1,. Cho2-
50 Tabl: : d r-r mro- .- 31 and 6' wide. $ 50 each. I sur. 6th Street No. 10, Tel -
hogoany double bed. 6000. FOR SALE -1952 Chroler 4 doc, set 30 o'umes "Book of Knowl- 2419.
: _,0 h r r e l I De Luxe white d cl.,a he radio
\ardrobes .' Cn c-.: e Le. hte d:w'al- o edge.. SJ3 CO One S X-28-A FOR I
$15.00. Upholtered leather I Lr.g- dury pa d. ex:cllent cc.,,a,.c.n Hallicrafter receiving set, $125.- FUI uIN I
room su.te. only $25000. Many Socr.fice. Phone Panama 3-2025. 00 One 16" 25 cycle oucillet ng
other borga.n. in new and used r can be seen at No. 2-1 Aauil.n: elecl.c o,. $'.0 00 Phone 2- Aparttnents
furniture at HouEleh.:ld Exchcnge de ia auarda Street. Bella Vto 2150 House 1553 Balboa Apt. B TION Jut but m e
HX 31 A.cnue IAUIOFOR SALE: 19'2 Buick R veo FOR SALE -Used fluorcent 4 tube furnishd apartment, one, t w
Rov I Tel 3--191 I We dealer at Dult Paid. Can be financed. Phon indu-trol lamps. Inquire Ot No bedrooms. hot, cod water. Tel-
First Small Down Pamert U to 3-4225.. 21. Juan 2 Sosa St. phone Panama 3-4941.
I ) month, to -ay
F L- cveFOR SALE:-1d947 Packard 4-door FCR SALE--2 young red head par- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
FOR S ,LE .vyc e Cold-ipot re- edon 6" o title Very gcod con. rois. $7 ,5j each. ACuario Tropical Modern 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
fr q? aore, $100. Phone Balbc. diron. Fully equipp:d. Price $750 55 .,ao Edpa t or unfurn d Alhambra's Ofce
4-2rc 7' ,a E''., or unfurnished Alhambrs Office
4* 2 00. Call Motrlmer, Navy 25-;222i --- --- 8061. 10th Street, Colon. Tel-
FOR S/LE -~Che p. L.r.Q and b-d- after 3 30 r. m phone 1386.
roon ue A new u ue. 6- FOR SALE -Aurmobles. eas term FOR SALE FOR RENT -Two 2-bedroom apart-
/ Pedro Mguel Lo priced. Call telephone 3-194; ments for one or two couples. One
FOR SALE -Conmolee ,et cf otne- 12 00 I 30 p. m. 6 00 8 : Real Eslale furnished. one'unfurished. Gov- bi nds for up and dow.r, ho.ue p m -.OR -ALE --B autiful litlte house ernment inspecred. Gorage. Corras-
Lo- d at 5066-B. Dablo. Phone FOR SALE -1938 Chcvroiet. goc ,n Compono. completely furnished. quilla 642 Telephone 3-4418.
-*3'56 i[ condit'rn, Lonlact John:n Bidcg hoicest locationn and climate. No FOR RENT.-Modemr apartment, 2
BARGAIN; Fo sale. new refrigerator, 127C. Paao. Irhone 4167 r;ad problem. Low prce. Easy bedrooms. G I. Infected. Enquire
Frigidore, gas. range. dinr.groom FOR SALE -LanoDy Expres. Truck c.- mnt. Telephone 83-2232. No 58 East 43rd Street, Bellq
set, I..ngroom etr. Kitchen uten- ,No 65. 4th of Ju'ly Av.enie FCR SALE.h-HouVe 3 bedroom, Iv- Vist________a
.1 with rights to apotment. Teli d E Sedan Hdromatic. Rad.o. r.e: inoroom. .Rningroom. 2 bathroom. FOR RENT: Furnished modern
--17 1.1 Cer.lral Aenue I oble, choirs 0428-E. Frangior,,i maids room, garage. large garden. apartment. 2 bedrooms No. 6,
ptet FOR SALE-Or trade or older model ust corntruted Las Cumbres, Los 16h Street, Son Francisco, near
FO? SALE -New Kel.,-ic.r 13 Cu car 1952 Chevrolel 4 door sedon Andes Sur. Bolaca St. ask forBar- Roosevelt Theatre. Tel. 3-2628.
Ft. Deep Ferezer Near new Cro7-, See at PR-6-C Rou"rou or coll ranccs After 6 p. m. 2-0471.
ley 8 5 cu. fr. refri erator, w.h i .. at P -16 -C R s o r c l ... .
". t r. i Na 26. FO RSALE-No dealers. 2866 meters FOR RENT:--Furnlled one b
large deep freezer capacity. Both ... .... .o aparm.e-- .
60 ciles. Qr.._90 Fr Clavi. FOR SALE -1950 Olds 88 Delux 4 o lan Very Corennt uelo prment, Bell mu Te.ll,
I--- 1 '2 ton Cheiroet. in good condi- Nue.o No. 4120 Via C6rdoba. 484. .
FOR SALE -1 ea. 2 HP 25 cycle tires Excellent condition. Call AI- FOR SALE: Plymouth. Mossachu-
motor. I co 1 2 HP 25 c'cel brook 86-3165 day, 86-5209 setts. Modern insuloted 2-bedroomW A T
Machine. all Otta:hments. perfect -- ',-'-
condron Solid oak execute dresk F-OR SALE41947 Studebaker'Chorm- Iscenned porch, rnear beautiful
$15 00. Bendix Economat Woli- on Witt o and n healer $395.-I beaches. Ecellent mortgage. $6.- Amercan couple
B. Curundu 7294R SALE-949 Lncoln. C FOR RENT -Or fo sale. 3 bedroom. ment. Teleph
FOR SALE--Coldspot ref.igeroaor, 9 A-dOor, new tires, rad o. snv r'a.'ds room and service, garageFOR
Cu. ft. 25 cycle Good condition plOsc Interoar, n.w pr,t. $.- House 215, 2nd St Los Cumbres -F.
you maka us an offer. A'brooJ 000 00. Can be I r.e.r,.d,. Phone 8 a m. to 2 p. m. Saturday and
6296 87-5 2 Fort Das. r..S r.d', OO
FOR-SALE* Two springs ftor iANTED r of EACHnd 61 -an2400Sq FOR RENT:-Fumi i room with
bed at 7 Dollars each. Apply 3 stove and r fripeaatMr, private en-i
Avenue Duque La Cresta, top flour A two bomobdles Bunale pa rtly o fur- tran First street Peredi No. 10.
FOR rSALE-25 cycle large" Cold. ---- liqht p! good deep well wv.lh ----_
spot' religerator and clock. tteel ANTED TO BUY 'CASH 2 CARS power cump. Co h or terms FOR RENT.--Nicely furnished rom.
tion, six good truck tires. Hopkins unly Piln-outh, DodgE velt i9 %300 0000. Write Hoplins Box near Hotel EI.P inia. Meals avail-
St. Ancon to 1953 Not duty Pe,, 4 doof De 256 Ancon or Phone Balboa 2966 able. Call 3-1789 or 2-1693.
--- -- ---- -- Lxre. W.ll see theY -from '4 to 7 p -- --
FOR SALE:-Hoover vccuum cleaner mn. Hotel Colcn IPcnceral. Telephone. li you watt to rent a Wo ,fufh
and atra:nment: New\ armature I-0770. Mr. Fonrecc. D *..a, fereJ J nished mom with linen, r'did.
and bear.ngs. Cost 590 00.' Wi ------ ---- r SIT n Offere service, private bath wifh hot we-
ser for -4'5 00. I4,4--A, Holdpr. H. W-. ter in new residence (VE Ct
rSt .Balboa. .' vl anted PCSITICNS AVAILABLE- For 5-C lot. Call offi e hours 2
____ I "-. woord per minute or better tp,.,l eveningso3i 56 u.
FOR SALE -S cu ti Retrgertr G .IED -Relab-- maito- live and teleIpe operators, Erngl !h3- ".
E. 25 cv.>.e $50.00 Aluminum i? ul be excel ent c- 3h. Icun- sneli-g a must qualilicatl.on Write WPos l
blinds like new. ,or 4 family in .U 9 and hou'el.r rcr Pr:- er,-e qualifications and references for Ont r
corral area. kitchen louvers. Phone rM re llPrn Cc- I 003 O pononlmn-it to Manager Box 693 WANT~ -Re C a Mold
Balboa 3a-6 -4 6Ancon. C Z wdNeD:--, .elitble Coomerand Maild
FOR SALE -Livin.g ard diningroom Passenger Dies ---- ACurundu 294.
set. Al:o refrigerator and stove A
49 Street. Apartments G.'ecle. Aboard Elii nat
FOR SALE.-9 foot porcelain. Norg: An American rp "- r-er .'t, 1I I
refrigerator 25 c-,cle. Available 2nd died of a heart itt-r'- -~-d
of November, 535.00. Balboa 2- the S .S. Ellana Iwhlle th? rhip
1463. was at sea vas tfken to Gorgas
1.. -Hospita rd
FOR SALE--Must sell be'utliful h o- a yeer- Ify
ing room. aininr.g roon .,'Swed-sh John J. Bannon 63. wae listed
China, glassware, cor tip guest o0 hip's re rd. PR a resident
room, individual roesy -ch' rugs. of LOS Ange es. Cnillroii-ra. H
almost new, very low prmv Phone was accompanied by hih wife.
22798 office hour '. Augusta, "ho will remain t
FOR"SAL. -n -' 'oo ed Panama unLil arr.~ngoelntents are
FOR SALE.-0nrng room .and- bed- made for the return of the bod
roo# sets. practically new "in -
piecgA or by sets, original price-
$1,000. WII sacrifice for $600-'
No. 25-A. 3rd Street. Son Fran-
cisco. Tel. 2-3518
FOR SALE-Westinghouse Refrigera -'
tor 25 cycle 9 cubic feet. good
condition with outomatir defroster j
1- 51 50 00. \venetian blinds, metal
and wood aoorted sizes, 2 00
each. Tel. 2-2494.
FOR SALE -Adm.ral Dual temo g
refrigerator II .2 cu. ft. 7 months -
old $300 CO. Ironing board, 2
floor lampa, 2 ho,.sa~ s etc. 687 .
Curundu Hits
WE BUY your used refrigeictor and I T.- h O1UISMo i45 ,10
ACYRNQS Telephone --1793 R
"Avenida Nacional." near Tavol '. bowler. lhe Osar I
type boot, diesel or gasoline a C ggl-in.( mA '
ated, 28 Io 32 foot preferred, .
operating condition, forper-
- l uise. Price should be in the FIg n; ropes t I
viciniy of 51,500,00. cash d Perso tal Property
.Jslvigdiate purchase if offer is
i Plsasa contact Roy ,,. ln a
phone 2-4612 Panama.,'
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In V-Neck ressM F W I
- The SupMfwe C-ort rwee mar Kin
other and ilemn again today. worth f
done was the* slender blonldeA atre
IA'er in a V-neck dress. 1 the2B at or tet
l e iady attorney appear- E g it advitert annow
shee in the court yeert day.
some what taet the t
Bench's dignity. he lad is T auction sale will
R. Belladonna Vllns1t who pre- Me h, With speAl
wanted herself for permission to u caun t a k hI, Oatt .
handle cases before the court. Company said.
noneoe ippearIRIg before the
H ench is expected to be The co y sai
S bited with etrem qrcuo*th- of the S irt .ftblo
spectness. So closely ls. this ob- Items tR a i l toul h
ervid that a Srl reporter once carried in tht -4t kt.
Was reprimanded for wekring T Ab ta Eb. t lW
sweater. TUSCbnV staitS1 2Issed
So when Miss Villines. who It and said to be the ofiy at
M. Donald Coenen In prilte th' world.
lit. shbWed up tlI a tight-flttin
knit aress, newamph and court "he company lo said itSt
employes rUshed for places to auctioh a tinv t1welp
see what would happen snuff bok worth .
Justice Wiiam o0. Douglas N = t gm
ticed Mis Vi11ines' attire fit. the ald the Aucimt
Me took 0 N -net&aclel land narae with the le of
tookIt second o100k. of the vers .tie 0
o t ehn a. .nkfurter W*as Fpe t Mehaumd
busy with papers. HMe received a government cenlcaitb hl
inidge from Justice Robert H. property to pay r h
Jackson. Both killed taxe..
Miss VillInes herself couldn't
understand WhY she was attract- None-if the o mdU t
Ing so much Attuation..She prac- grapes or poa'topa t
iced law for 10 years in Citie- which FM1cit WaG
go. she said, and in Cheinago all have amassed will be ofe it .
*ome*f attor.eys dress like that. sale.

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A surprise linen shower was given at the Nurse's Quarters
en Colon Beach. last evening, to honor Miss Jewel Ammons,
whose wedding will take place in the near future.
Hostesses for the beautiful- meeting Wednesday night at
ly appointed party were Mrs. the Legion I:all In Gatun.
James Hoverson, Mrs. John Ko- Mrs. Bjanche Maxon presided
6s aar, Mrs. Rowena Grover, Miss and initiated three j junior
Ruby Kruger and Miss Rae members and one regular
I lickerI, member. The junior members
b The shower theme was sym- included Miss Jean Mountz,
. bolized on the refreshment ta-: Miss Virginia Maxon, Miss Jac-
ble by the use of a small wa- queline Maxon. Mrs. Edward
tering can with simulated J. Mann was installed as a
streams of water extending to regular member.
the gifts. Tropical flowers were Mrs. Merle Mountz was the
used in profusion in the rooms holder of the lucky ticket for
and on the table. the door prize of an electric
The friends who participated percolator.
S the shower were Mrs. Mae Plans were made to raffle an
odson, MiSs Ange Reilley, Miss eighteen-pound turkey as a
Florence EIdbrook, Miss Evelyn'door prize for the Thanksgiv-
Klinger, Miss Jane Holcomb. Ing meeting.
Mrs. Doris Atchenson, M r s. A social hour was held, fol-
James McDade. Mrs. Emmett lowing the meeting. Prizes for
Argoe, Mrs. Walter Fender, the games played went toVir-
Mrs, W: R. Meamee, Mrs. Bet: ginia Maxon, Etta Jean Mountz,
ty Sutton, Mrs. Beulah Brede, Nancy Jean Mann and Virgi-
Mrs. Smithson, Mrs. L. L. Lar nia Mann, Mrs. Russell, Mann,
gent, Mrs. Fritz Humphrey, Mrs. Mrs. Mountz, Mrs. Mike Del-
Maxine Cawl, Mrs. F. G. Mc gado, Mrs. George Marsh and,
Gilberry, Mrs. Eugene Gregg, Mrs. Loyd Gregg.
SMiss Beth Marsh, Miss Edna Hostesses for the evening
Karpinski, and Miss T. Head- were Mrs. Maxon and Mrs.Del-
ley. gado.
Senior Night At Mrs. Thorn Complimented
C()llege Club With Luncheon
Over forty members of the' Mrs. N. M. Head was host-
senior class of the Cristobal ess for a luncheon and card
High School, and their par- shower at her home on the
ents, attended the Senior Night Coco Solo Naval Station, to
Arranged in their honor by the honor Mrs. W. A. Thorn on
Caribbean College Club. her birthday anniversary.
'They heard a panel discus-
alon on 'How to Select a Pro- The guests included Mrs. T.
session for the Future." Pro- R. Perry, Mrs. A. L. Maccub-
minent business men who talk- bin, Mrs. E. Emrich, Jr., Mrs.
ed on their field were: the P. B. Fitch, Mrs. V. W. Adler,
United States Consul at Co- Mrs. Eldridge Hord, Mrs. 0. B.
16n, Charles Whitaker spoke Gray, Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Mrs.
on the Diplbmatic Service; Dr. D. E. Brotherton and Mrs.
Rafael De Boyrie spoke on re- Houlder Hudgins.
quirements for medicine and
associate scineces; Mr. J" Har- Mrs. Conn Hostess
vey Smith Jr., gave a talk on For Wednesday Club
the engineering field; and Mr.; Mrs. Aubrey Conn, of- Coco
James Dorow spoke on the Solito. was hostess for the
field of banking* Judge Guth- meeting of the Wednesday Club,
rie F. Crowe spoke on law and at which Mrs. David Kaplan
associate fields., presided.
Mrs. John M. Brown was used by the hostess on the re-
chairinan for the program and freshment table, from which
gave a resume at the conclu- she served, following the bust
glon of the talks. ness meeting.
Mrs. Nancy Hawthorn and Mrs. George Carlson won the
,.r& Josepn Gwinn were host- prize for the Hallowe'en games
asues and served refreshments, which were played.
Over two hundred members A present was given Mrs.,
g..nd guests. Vernon Shiemake on herbirth-
day anniversary.
New Members Initiated Mrs. Paul Disharoon was a
7 Nathaniel J. Owen guest for the evening, with
Auxiliary the following members: Mrs.
"bhe Nathaniel J. Owen, Unit Leslie ElIzey, Mrs. EugeneWebb,
So. 3J, American Legion Auxil- Mrs. James Evans, Mrs. Ber-
iry held its regular business nard Levine, Mrs. Louis Hoop-

'Steelworkers Prexy Opposes

Suggestion For Labor Party
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NIBW YORK, Oct. 23, .(UP) -,to fight for repeal of the Tafttu
'yld J.. McDonald. president cf HMartlby act. However, lie did not
t~ IO United Steelworkers mention Beck bly name.
tUai usald today he is opposed The steelworke.a, bellwether
.,tfreting a labor pol!tica par- group of .U.S. labor, have been
oD .figbt for repeal of the, expected to make tbh guarat-d
MIt-Hartley act or any other teed annual wage a malor part
9Ion demenrd. of their 1954 contact talks. Mc-
MeDfonald also said his union Donald said the formula is "in-
ril seek a guaranteed annual surance against depression."
at' neyt year, but that' "It is based on the idea that if
ied. 4 not want "to put into people have money, they'll spend
| any timetable" on the money and keep the wheels of
d. He said it was "fe s!-' Industry going." he added,
&e and practical." and would be: Earlier Otto Brubaker of i
Micoved "some day." Pittsburgh. a USW "economLst,
McDonald told the USW's 170- outlined the guaranteed wage
pan wage policy committee that formula recently demanded f ir
n will observe the no-politics USW members in the aluminum
urmula of his predecessor. the industry. The aluminum contract
Phillo Murray. as long a- did not include a guaranteed,
n president. wage clause when It was corn-
will not take this union pleted.
the road to nationalism. Brubaker said the demand Is a
Im. Marxism. communism :-flexible one" which would pro-i
tItoD a labor party which, vide minimum weekly payments
lead to the capture of this for 30 weeks for employes with
by a political party." he 'more than three years' service
In the aluminum proposal, the
nald apparently referred company payments would have
suggestion last Tuesday: been coordinated with govern-
e Beck, president of the ment unemployment compensa-
irosters, for a labor parzy tlon. he said.


he action of a newly dev
in Paris, France. The fle
rm the driver's body for
the windshield. and
bptures. A special a
a. 9a.voidpos.

tost driver
lng gear at


Bx 195, a l e.i -. phone, aln 3"78

'r, Mrs. David Kennedy, and
Airs. Louis Egea. ,
Change In Place ,
For Preferential ea
The Preferential Tea which
is to be given by Beta Sigmai
Phi Sorority, will be held at
the Hotel Washington instead
of the horfie of Mrs. Edlith
Those invited to the Tea are
requested to contact Mrs. Gib-
son at Fort Gulick 879.
Elks' Hallowe'en And
Farewell Dance Tomorrow
The costume dance which 14
to be held at the Elks' Cltb
tomorrow evening is also a
farewell party for two of the
members and their ladles. The
honorees will be Mr, and Mrs.
Warren Wathen and Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. O'Hayer.
All members and friends, of
the honored guests are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Cotillion Masquerade Ball
The traditional Hallowe'en
masquerade ball will be held
by the Washington Cotillion
Club tomorrow.

Balboa Lions HOar

Jackson Address
"A new brand of thinkil
sweeping the United Stati
wards ,atin America" said
gressman Donald L. Jai
Chairman of the Sub-ComA
of Inter-American Affair
the House Foreign Comn
at a dinner given in his:
last night by the Lions C
Balboa in the Fern Room C
Hotel tivoli.
To a large audience of,
Club members representing
Canal Zone and, Panama J&
expressed his views on hi
week visit to 18 Latin AmI
countries, observing in pt
lar the progress ofthe ted
cooperation programs (P
Jackson attended the d
accompanied by U.S. Ami
dor to Panama John C.
Charles R. Burrows, Direc
the Middle American A:
Department of State; COl.
ward W. DuRant, of the
Marine Corps and Juan J.
zanares, both of the Sub-
mittee Staff, who are tra
with the Congressman anid
Arey. Public Affairs Office
the United States Inform
Service in Panama.

Second Annual Oi

CompolUi To B

Held Aj Corozal
The second annual drill
petition among unitslof thi
of Corozal will be held tom
morning starting at 9:30 c
post theater's parking lot
Units scheduled to parti
in the event include the
Ord., 7465 AU Engineer R
duct on Plant and the 740
and its attached units.
Last year Pfc. Donald K
you of Hq. & Hq. Detach
7404 AU. won top honors i
individual drilldown. In
squad- drill without ar
the 5326th Fire Fighters
victors. Men from Hq. & H
tachment 7405th AU walk
way with the trophies d
competition with arms.
Music will again be furn
by, the 71st Army Band
public is invited.

N1S 9 '41 '4" 'S '51 '2 '53
Above Newuhart shows aver-
age price at eatton in New York
Markets frem 1946 to the pres-
ent High papIt in the period
was 13951, whin cotton was sell.
ing at about 44 cents a pound,
low was 1940, wen it brought 26
Pcent a pound.

Nixon Escapes
Injury As Auto
Suffers Bldwout
DJAKARTA, Indonesia. Oat. 33
(UP Vice-President Richard
M. Nixon escaped injury when
an auto carrying- him had a
blowout "while traveling at 60
miles an hour through bandit-
Infested country.
The driver managed to slow
the sedan to a halt at the side
of the road. The tam blowout oc-
currd Wed da while the
Vice-Presldet ad Mrs. Nixon
visted central Java on their
good-wil tour of the Par ast
hem hla.ed i wife tbm
seemed ear of the motoreade'
Foreign M aster amarjo
with mon as the timeu



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A TOAST BY THE PRESIDENT-President Etenhower.(right)
lifts his glass in a toast to Mexican President Adolfo.lRtut Cor-
tinesI left i during a luncheon at Falcon Dam. B Renhower and
CorUnes earlier spoke at the dedication of the dam which is
situated on the border of the U.S. and Mexico. In the center
is Oscar Rabasa. official Mexican interpreter.

KKK's Imperial Wizard Wants

To Get Out Of Sheets, Jail
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WHITEVILLE, N.C., Oct. 23 declaring he Wolfd "never again
(UP) The imprisoned impe- Join or be active in any move-
is rtal wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. ment which is no oGan to any
Sto- now seeking a parol, renoUned reputable citizen and whose
C.o the,Klan today and urged that it membership Is not.a. liable tj
o be disbanded, the forces of law l4order."
ksottn, Pudgy ex-grocer Thomas -L. -I want to .ai e people
6 e of Hamilton of Leesvlle, 8.C.{ who of Columbus Oowty that I am
gattee wore the golden robes of the truly sorry for U sufferings
honor Carolinas Association of Ku and heartaches which the KIln!
I .f Klux Klans called on d"al my brought to them," he~ald.
,f the friends everywhere to disband .
of the Klan wherever it existss" "With the help God In whom
T IC:! Hamilton is serving, a four-year I believe, I shall strive to atone
aths sentence in prison tor plotting a for my share In these sad ex-
Ste r6ign of night-rldi_ teror In periences,"
t Co lumbus County, NR Hamilton, whose Elans num-
.six-u '. bered in the thousands, said "it
prican u am through with the KU has not been easy for me to dome
tlcu- Klux Klan and believe al my to a parting of the ways with
hnlcal former associates will best serve many loyal follower wh felt
onl t themselves and society: as a they had a duty to perfinm In
,,ne whole by taking a similar stand/' the interest et socet.-.'l know
lnner Hamilton said. they are as ddOated'iq the
bassa- principles.4tf honesty and decen-
Wiley, From a prison camp at Castle cy as I tried to be.
tor of Hayne, N.C., Hamilton wrote a "However, I have prayed over
Vfairs, 700-word letter to PuUltzer-prie the, matter and I'm sure that
E" winner editor Willard 0, Cole of God would want me to stay a.-
U.S. the Whiteville News-Reporter, loof from any organization which
Man- presents an opportunity for a
SCom person to hide himself behind a
d Wl p U d own stating that he will ask for a
atr of review of his case by the State
aton o Board of Paroles, Hamilton said:
roadway I hope no one will doubt my'
:L humility and repentance."
Sol. Clifton L. Moor.. -,
rill-- gaw, N.C. the "proseuo wo
BY JACK GAVER sent Hamilton and 23 followers
& United Press Drama Editor to prison and convicted 58 oth-
ers-l 4k d he
NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP) woulf.
There is -stimulating acting, tk -.. .
some old-fashioned r- and wel- q411;-.
.c come -- theatricaimi in "The
com- strong. Are Lonely" Which aal-
e Post tar P. Chrysler, Jr., presented at
orrow the Broadhurt Theater in his
Dn the first solo effort as a producer.
cipate Margaret Webster directed the : *i
408th V. .. ,A..-.A .L.U4 -&,

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py by ann Austrian author,
Fritz Hochwalder, with affection
and attention to details that are
of immense help In this story of
the Jesuits' role in Paraguay in
the middle of the 18th century.
Eva Le Gallienbe provided the
English tett.
Victor Francen as the Father
Provincial of the- Jesuits, and
Dennis sing, as the envoy of the
Spanish king beating Orders tO
break up thb colol, give magli-
ficent performances, and there
are s atimunli contributions by
Nils Asthet, Weslet Addv,, arIl
Montgomery, Paul Ballantyne,
Philil Bourneuf, Martin Rudy
and Frederick Rolf.
Adult And Deserving
The play done extensively
with great success in Europe In
recent yelrs, starts rather slowly
and hits a static spot now and
then later, but it achieves some
fine emotional peaks and is an
adult n ervlng piece on the
whole, oever, it Isn't in the
groove of what passes for popu-
lar Brpadway entertainment.
The action occurs on the day
of the arrival of the king's emis-
sary with an edict to dissolve the
colony, in which many thou-
sands of' Indians have been
brought to Christianity. The
emissary ffrst holds an Investi-
gation and find no evidence to
support the charges of profiteer-
Ing. enrlavement of the natives
and disloyalty to the crown. But
this is just window-dressing be-
cause the edlet. Inspired by ne-
mies of the Jesults, alreadyy has
been Issued.
The confllet comes In oemuad-
Ing the Fataer Provincial to
obev. He efases at flst, but
when the head of bis own order
instniructiq him to d0 so to save the
JTesuits from Wdd egxttlotfw he
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the general Intent wood pet h tal about'the
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s told her: the announcement read, "cot-
your autobiography, feur to dogs of such well-known
it for you people as the Duke and Duchess
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thy of the late W. C. F en: 't the church.
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bhe howl of his e. ter la bigger letters than
a weekend at ble W haei

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lettered sign stayed on hil front
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Allen Arthur, a press agent.
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at the B Derby, was ap-
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woman wearing- her har4aa
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Woman pered at Groucho, then
thrust an autograph book at
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looking at the tangle of yellow
curlk, "Are you?"
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Newbrid e Follow Me II Juan France Graded Entries


Scythia To Match Strides H- s JckeYW E.COENT
let Race "HBC" Native 7 VFs.Purse: M 0.00 Pool close es 12:45
Firt R.e of the Double
A well-malched field of Class "D" imported 1-Don Jaime J -Gongo. 104x-Chance in mud only 10-1
thoroughbreds are scheduled to match strides to- 2-Arranqum V. Brown 101x -Field seems tough 15-1
morrow afternoon in the main event for a purse of 4--Sixaola A. Ubida 104 -1Rate good chance 8 -1
$60 over six-and-one-half furlongs. 5-La Loba F. Rose 108 -Dangerous outsider 8-1
6v-Yosipolgo M. Atase. 104 -Apparently outclassed.. 45-1
Eteh of thhe six .:chedt led unexpected v d an.vand liSalv 7--M. Goddess D. D'An. 122 -Top contender even
st,;s:cs of t e M ites a d ritatr1nv rbc. track 8 8--1Biscaya J. Bravo 116 -Looks like winner even
ost atrt in o sn pi e d nve -rac Maril i G. Alfaro 120 -Could score here 2-1
evenly .,pread a1.n.sS the shapes til on pa!oer at a seven IO-Winsabu' R. Vas. 114 -Good chance also 2-1
"tote" boa'd, aithougn Follow iu.long event that should be a ____
hi. II shapes uo a.; tile probable thriller rroin start to finish. Un
knutuels roice on the strength beatn Rique rates his stiffest 2nd Race "D" Native 64/ F1s.Purse: $300.00 Pool clses: 1:15
bf iast week's inipzes.i'..? post- test wivn he goes a"alnst La Second Race of the Double I i
to-;osL victory P.En.W. Don Teml On Rina Rol D
hBesides A distance itt iuit.s Golden Fn rounds out thisI 1-Anmaona 0. Ma.ue. 116 -Rates fbtrt chance 3-2 i
his style itellow Me 1 will be tird-horse ,neld. 2-Panchita R' Tejada 109x--Needs better rider 15-1"
ided by tc unpleaietoble Pin 3-Dixiana M. Arose. 103 -Nothing to recommend 15-1 o ?er
on, Newaridge, a wumner his' The tenth iace a six-and-one 4-G. Bound A. Vas 112 -Impronge slowly 10-1' !
asl tirn,e out; Quo Vadli and h.,ii Iurlonl. sprint ror Class *El'K 5 -Yosiklto I. 8 iver 112 -Wa never better 2-1
ScVthia a:io are awe to get imports. Is another wide-open I 6-Golden Pick 0. Aifaro 120 -Dangerous contender 4-1 ,J
plenty of support in the nmu- ar1ir and could turn out to De 7-Tuhia C. Chong 103x-Rider handicaps 151
tuls. the "rqce-of-the-day'" 8-Manolete V. Brown 103x-Aiming for big one 10-I
Quo Vadis is appoit-niit' a\ ________
belnw his right ul ,clas-s while A
Scythia, which has oeiormed 3rd Race "E" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $575.01 Pool eleull: 1:45
dlismally.h.c lWast two timee. mal IIJan r flC inC ONE TWO
regain hewinnmngwas with Juan Franco Tips
thretugain heof winng ways with Colo nI---Proton A. Gon. 108x-Needs better jockey 10-1
lothck return of ace ColoMazean By CONKADO 2-Annie N F. Riae 118 -Nothing recently 4-1
Orlando Gastillo will nave the 3-Enrlqueta R.L. il 10 -In-and-uter 4-1 .
4eR up on Follow Me 11 again' s izaola I-Biagual C Ruiz 113 -Droppeda class 10-1 ...... --_
s a Bia ,e)5-Malaya F. Hidal. 112 -Racing well 10-
thile. New'ilIge will be 'nde,, 2-Amazons olkitlo -Don Grau Sillver, 120- -Should win easily I-i p .r*
"the expert dancee of ChileanlI 3-Don Grau (e o nriqueta 7--Miranda 0. Casti. 108 -Could help entry mate 1-2Dr
rkan (Calcne) Vhsqmiez will rice'. 5-Riqul L.a Enea
QuO Vv.di. 6-Wild Justice Gaywood 4th Race 'Non-Winners' 4'., Fgs.Purse: 3MM.00 Peel closes: 2:28
Rathlin Light irea) Pin Pon (Adolfo Ycaza ,' -Compo P th
are rated the lest oatagerous I-9-The qauber Vlorera 1-0 Wonder A Vas. 112 -Can be beaten even Ta.
contenders in the group out the 10-Scythia Follow Me II 2-Carmen G Graell 113 -Rates good chance 5-1
.-.-. 3-.Sol Nacleite A. Years 109x -Vknaokwa quantity 368-1 f MAJOR AMOS B. lHOIPLK
4---. Velluda F. Hida1. 110 -Has shown nEqtng -1 Father or Reveresm
SA 5- lvm RUlgnia Ban. 1111 T- aed "da. mp.f ft I --. 0 o

Mixed Cross Country Tourney

Sunday At Fort Amador Links
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C. RuIN _11 -HB Agood chaone
A. Enrique 110 -Could score at price.


5th Race "A" Native 7 Fgs. Purse: S3700 Pool elome: 2:55

1-La Enea
2-Don Temi
4-- nlrlden anm

B. Aguirre
R. Vas.
0. Masue.
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-Rates best chance
-Needs good track
-Gets stiffest test
--_aeemN rdutnla'med.


During the lifetime of the 9:06 A.M. 5-Rina Rol V. Casti: 120 -Too much weight 3-1
average golfer, it is expected a Lt. Col Thompson & Mrs- Falk
lrend, with no Interest for the Maj. Atkins & Miss Sheftall.
ham*of golf, wi1l ask, "Whatr 9: a
&J Hle entertainment could one Jim Hinkle &,Mrsonenes Gth Rae "I" Imporrted ,f F.Purse: $375.0e Pool ells: 3:55
boly' derived from knocking Jim DesLondea & Miss Bennison first Race of the Double
following a little white bllle &Ms on -W. Justice B. Aguirre 118 -Hard to beat. 4-1
ver acres .and' acres of the Snam Garrlel & Mrs Hammond 2-Rosario V. Ortegg 120 --anirous contender 5-1
ieMotyslde?'" Mot golfers knowiCl Mille r & Lqu Oroh'. 3-Curaca A. Vas. 118 -Nothit recently 10-1
ltere's more to the game than 9:31 4-Portobelo R. Vu. 118 -howming mproveent 1-1
Ihbt add a splendid answer to Dr. Mitten & Mrs. Castro 5Gaywood J. Phillips 10 tane dal 1-1
fhk questions; could be found, Paul Moran & Mrs. Gerrans. 8-Pineel' 0. Maz 118-UlpredlctaIe q-I
lt the Fort. Am adoi Golf Coure.s :40 7-Dalida p R.L. i .u118s ryo speed only l15-1'
l Sunday. October 25th for Col. Grohm & Helen Miller 8-Mimo dJ Reye '117 -Good race lasttlme -1
ere's what the members of the Gen. McBride & .llen Kenna. 9-Black Bull F Rose 10 -Will fli soon 10-1
ub have In stare for that day: 10-Double In X. Ortega 102x-Coming to life 10-1
SACT I Major Wood & Doris Hamilton
'C. Goodine & Connie Bishop.
The supporting cast for thilS] 10:09 7th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.Pursq: 5451.1 Poecloses: f:'
(af will Involve over 45 male and pec Graham & Aline Wood Secon'd Race of the Deubl
1sfemale Club xlembers. The: L Fleming &' Jean Ware. -Sir Bo
certain will -o up aL : 00 a.m.! .-SIr Bose R. Vas. 120 -Meets cheap field 5-2
ttalted pardnegs, paired asn ia 2-The B. Road D. D'An. 115 -Returns off form 50--
1 : 'paie s-Verttcotdli B. Agtluire 11 U-Readj to win tow 3-.
o es. for play, will tee off I Ml. HaniUlon & Pauline Klevan 0. Mazue. U -iprS g.dy 5',
.No.'l Tee in a Mixd7ierL. Coetllo&Mrs. L B. Taylor4- am'
K h.exi. Cos o Se Mrs.-- old. B. Taylor. 5 l Tap O Ca ;S 108 %dd e ,^.saI In3.1
l The "Mixed" meaning one Pfe.l Larvson & Mrs. Moores 6-.VamMiresary R. F Rose 118 -DAngeros cont der 4-1
iand one feigale golfer on L Brattlof & Mrs.. Smith. Guerra 107 -Poor recent rce 15-1
teuamnanid no such thing .asiO :30
Lbad and wife combination I pl. Moores & Miss Karat
either- pardner or in the Major Payne & Barbara Clark. 4th Race "H" Imported I MilePurie: 400.00 Pool closes: 4:40
bxaie foursomne. The "Scotch" 10;40 QUINELA I
hani pardners will use Lt Cmdr. Bass & MEW. Troops Windsor V Ca1
Isleted drives then alternating Col. L. B. Taylor & Mrs. Coffey. 1-8 Windsor V Ca.ti 112 -Vastly improved 2-1
ah stroke until the ball ls 10:50 2-Pla 1 Phil. 118 -Distance to liking 5-1
holed out. The "Cross Country" Cadr Clark & Martha Payne 3-Veranda H. Ruts 97x -Nothing to recommend 26-1
out..,np J Brav 115 -ECmdyClark &vnarthaaesay3-2
leaning each hole on the course Major Abarr & Mrs. Davis. 4-Cok.po J Bravo 115 --Ilverything, Indieates 3-2
"rill be played coaiplletely differ -J. Lady R. Vas. 118 -Improving. steadUy 8-1,
lnt from the normal, play. 1 .0 6-Rinty A Vas 110 -Longabot alclaiat 8-1.
& f Lt Rhodes n Mrs Ba1s 7-Aorontes 3 Aguirre 115 -Sh- wthg improvementt 8-1
S.During Act I the entire cast. Lt.Col Davis- Mrs. Abarr. 8-llnvenal V. CaOit. 113 -Aaeere thub i r 10-1
ill be treated to kens o .old.1'l'i 9-<,lrenze V. Ortega 110 -An even bigger failure 10-1
.'??fi.eslr eC Col. Mitchell & Mrs MlGinn _______
Ok locations on the golf course ~' Herman& Mrs. Vandergrift.
SwedroP aPanam ,11:20 9tht Race "E" Imported 11, Fgs.Purpe: $55.00 Pool closes: 5:15
S-ew r f PCanan ol. McGinn & Mrs. Mitchell ONE TWO
t INTERMISSION L- .Mol.Ms eks & Mrn. Costello.' 1-Hurlecano R L Gil 112 -Beat cheap field 10-1
h C. Vandergrift & Mrs. Cramer 2-Mingo F. Rose 112 -Back in top form 3-1
% 1hen the tournament partlct- Sgt 'fojie & Mrs Trtm. 3-C. Prince J. Reyes 118 -Usnally fractious 10-1
have completed Act I andl 11-40" 4--.: Chum V. CasU 116 -Nothing of late 20-1
ti gathered at" the 19th Hole Reserved for starter 5S-Torera A Vas 116 -Blazing early speed 3-2
lCusS the varloes ways in 6 .--The Dauber 0. Matue 110 -Also fast at getaway 8-1
they won torTost) a prize.!. 1 7-A. Maid F. Hidal 110 -Good early speed 10-1
National Diptiller will: Reserved fo starter. 8-Porter'l 8tar H. Ruiz 109x -Could win at price 5-1
imwt their stellar attraction, 12:00 9-ranero R Tejaia 102r--Not ilood enough 50-1
Vienta Cocktails" tarrinl J. Olsen & Sylvia Carpenter 10-Bedlam J. Bravo 110 -Needs dry track 57-1
Cortes Rum. .In prison to, Dale Bishop.& Btn. Dlfer.
Sthe presentatton will "be I1' :i
ilpretty and charming Miss L. Col .Welchman & Mrs. J. F 10th Rare "D" Imported 61'. Fs..Purse: 600.00 Pool closes: 5:40
of Panama. Tayor
ACT i Mr. Carpenter & Mrs. Perez. 1-Newbridge J. Bravo 115 -Racing to best form 2-1
ACT 12:20 2-cythia 0. Marue. 108 .-Jockey will help 3-1
P fhe.eaureatt~atton dr, Maj. Klevan & Mrr McNally 3-R. Light D. D'An. 110 --DLstance handicaps 8-1
.wUe be thureatntraispensabledLt Col. ,J. F. Taylor & Mis 4-Quo Vadis R Vas 118 -Depends on signal 8-1
i Perantie. 5-- Follow Me II 0. Cast 115 -Odds-on choice 4-5
commonly called "Food. 12:30 6- -Pin Pon A Ycaza 105x-Could help entrymate 44
Sand omerra itforage," lt. Col. Mr-Nellv & Mrs Conley,_______.1
4a the direction of the Wom-Ca Falk & Ruth L oln.
lt's Committee and produced Lt. Col. Belden & Mrs Wright wi ... *Twirl it... Bnd it...
She Army-Navy 0 _. icers. BeatMich & MrMcVittie
b., a buffet dinner will bel V 56
'q v e d a t th r e C l u b H o u s e a n d 1 1 5 0 . .i .
atar of thLs act will be aMrdI M.eVilli &Mr Elich
Merloin steaks. recently as- Mr Robnsot & Mrs Belden.
S *2 withi thte Panama' Stock-
i. 4dst. The curtain will go up on
S act at approximately 5:30
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'The finale wUl be the presen-
Sof the Prizes. valued in:
of 15000 to the 24 tour-
'wbners. This act will
ted by Brig Geh N. A.'
who in tvra will be;
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Lead Stake Tonight At Balboa"
idtersel6tsstle League J. C. would belong in the under- admission is 75 cents, with
ssandaUss dog role. Balbol Is at practically mentary school children at
fill streftgth. ith hitluad of quarter.
Icdith W L Pet. almost 40 Well conditioned ath-
Balboa High 1 0 1.000 ltes teady to take the field. Probable Starting Lineupal
Junior College 1 0 1.000 Mat raflUirds ha4l it figured
Cristobal High 0 2 .000 tht if the Orbeh Devils can Stop BULLOCA
Jim May, then tth cat stop the
Barring a tie ball game, to- gtrld6ss. Fbr the but tro ea- 85 Tom Davidson (E) 188
bight'S. big gat e between the soh, aed thus fir this season, no IS Tsb Hale (TI 170
two Interscholastic t q Iad- tiem has beAr ablb to dbbll6tt 7e KTRit Tibbets (0) 16.
eih *ill &e1 leaht teitam r, de- thle osslgnment, and It is ddubt- Dil Oresang (C) it
termin A or fll if the Collge nien will be 83 Bob Olud (0) 160
thI top slot n the ItUUllltli. successful for I quarters either. 75 if Fulton (T) 179
On comparative iors Colege 64 Curtis Jeffries (Ei 1M "
rates a 4gmt edge vri BWr- The game could well dcvelepe 73 Jack Corrilan (QB) 184
d hvl cored t alhpt an offensive battle with the 76 Ji May ( IB) 61
to ai and thn udos uck T formation 68 e Orvi l (lo 1t1
finlu outscoftI tB 8ildka man id a s the power ahd 65 Larry Keene (-B) 1
6-0 in the Jamboree. All of lsinga o th Collegb shl
which figres- the J. C. green If t out to e
Devils as 7 point favoritSa to- tle cas.the W doga should
night. give a good accouht of them- GREEt DBVIL"
selves with a host of speedy
This touchdown advantage, backs ready for action. 140 Bob pplan (E) 32
however, will only hold if Ray 185 terry Fok (T) 36
NikiahB0, JJ. .'s act tilbaek is Kickoff time is 7:30, with the 149 Bicil Dlman (0) S
ready for almost full tihe ft- Cdi mtintlty Chet cbrembles 170 Jim verttt (C) 34 -
ttion. There haVe bdedM h opening the evenings festivities JoB.OUitr (0 S
ffdth the cadp d hk at 7 p.m. nox ofiet at the Atad- 1 e bansy (T
won't 1f, but it kr1oi hat at p.m. 17 a fr oiyd (Et 68
his ankle is sttil gyittifl im lum wlU open at 4 this afternoon Bl N her (B) 42
abite trouble. for fata tO secure their tickets 18 Ray Nickisher (HB1 44
without having it wait In the 40 fAlwuas (H 4) 41
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Hits Parched South Texas

By UNITED PRESS as the first general rain of any
significance to douse the area
The first big rain in four years since 1949. .
swept drought -parched south Dried-up Oklahoma farmlands
Texas, but record-breaking hot, also got a soaking, with 5.60
dry weather hung on in the mid- inches reported at Lawson.
west and east today. The same cold front promised
The rains hit Texas as big cold to cool off the midwest and east,
front smashed into the sunbak- where a record-breaking October I." t t inWP n6 w 11 t1lAth am ( t ii )a Abraim t h.
ed state yesterday. As much as heat wave still held sway. '
five Inches were reported. Normal October temperatures TWENTY-NINTH ,,.X
The downpour was described were scheduled to return to the PANAMA,.. P, AT C
__ -west and central midwest some- -

No-ontract Strike But the Chicago Weather Bu-
reau described the new weather
Tratn O front as "a northwesterly flow.. ,'
Treaiens Output of cool, dry air," Indicating the
east and midwest may still have -
O SabrefightersTheprolonged dry spell,, one R
of the worst in the nation's his- "
015abroeighedsera adhstate lSlo in Peace'" l A-P wer
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 23 tory, pronapted federal and state
(UPA About 32m00 Nport ions in 4a54fft mo counties CHICAGO, Oct. 23 (UP The the Navy's famed atomic expert He mid qwri sow the U l provided for
American Aviation empl tion ac cones government announced pla ns who was nearly dismissed from world htat W mS thi grav- the t, tar require-
went on strike today threatenof yesterday for the world's first service this year until Congress eat ph f f r de- ment tlndfor the
in to hal production o f c v big atom-power plant in a bid to insisted he get the promotion he eO Am Mft are still 123 sm ixt June 30.
Air Force' fnew F-Inf Super rrCh Destroy outdo Russia and harness the needed to stay on the job. oe the le4 lW Cole t that Co- IDR rf ;
Sr br and the Sabres Korean atom for peace as well as war. Murray called the new atom- Cole. aid, he his commit- gre we y to bud (i l o
wi' fame Disclosure of this milestone in power plant "America's answer" tee were tnt l" in get- and a the
( IO United Auto Workers atomic history was made by At- to Russia s atom and hydrogen ting fnda fo atarn the proj- Ipe hb W meant had to T-te -to
hT~mbers walked out in plants o mic Energy Cor m lon er bomb tests, ect through Conlgreu. He said 8 step in to" that It can t
ByIl and ht Colimbus, 0., at Thomas E. Murray in a speech ok." Later, he aid, the-pro- t e
non' ontnc e 0 et attVet Minh Redsinirt .

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c. o, lat ng h. r v. nd f.o.m an inoa npog Coa telephone Inter.d over to pr- ; .. ; ': .
rAnother d empl oye Sup were HANOI. Oct. 23 dUP) -French ingh n, N'o.e N' Al
expected to walk out at North armored for ces pua'd out of It was ht iled by Chairman -.' J" -
Armeriit's Fresno Calif., plant at desf rated Communist supply base W. Stealing Cle of the Con- 1to
midnight tonight v hen the UAW of Phu Nho Quan todtay.only'24 gresmional atomiccommitee ia'
contract there expires h durs after they entered the the d awn oh the govenmeno
North American unveiled Its town in a futile bid to catch atomic power."
aor at the ires h iter enerd te hone e nt e Wt Tot SP
rnductiof model of the Super the crack Red 320th division. view rom Binge amton, R. Ter To a M.. a i
SaVre only this week. Air Forceh Before lea ng there ba. French that Congress not only ofv ored u-.tsb.n..

iItr would give this country guerrillas, but the ma rin Viet proved money t dolart.
officials san d the supersonic jeth forces clasoIIed with Communist the plan buo ht insisted i .a
air superiority. Mv nh rebel fore., apparently had Murray said1W 1;toP
In additlo. to the Super Sabre. withdrawn far Into the sur- decision to have the goverBtnent dr
company dficials said produc- ro ending jungle. Some 28 Com- go ahead and build an atom- '
tien will be paralyzed on then nists were killed oand 20s power plant was made after pri-
Sabre the FuryNavy version wounded in the clashes 49 tiles vate industry showed it was not
of the Sabre) and the proper- th of Hnoi. ready to undertake the task. O,, .
driven T-23 trainer If the strike French northern area cton- Murray said the pioneer atom- po1. tter ord, atomic-t.t
continues, company spokesman m.snder Gen. Rene Cogny sent Ic power lant, which wrlorl lre- 'lS,..b Uri.n.
ad hi tanks nto Phu Nho Quan duce electricity, will cost "tens llinis 0 e t
The union demanded a 23.4 yesterday after French probing of millions' of dollars. He sa eid'Ia 'e
eent hourly increase, which it had failed to draw out the e- th "op ri a te n"hope'. IsthatIt can be I n
laid was necessary to bring hn'lye Red division, operation "in three to four tiShN e at e
up to those received b French headquarters s pokes- years. ha laI lh -
Its members In the auto Indus- men said thousands of cooliesJ tiohst "a
try who are doing aircraft work. h nd carried out tons of Con- Tt will be built for the corn- i l
Early in negotiations the munist arres and food stores mission by Westinghouse Elec-.. .o.e ot
compared oZered m four per cent beFlore the French reached the tar Corp. and will produce Ra renen-.d
Tv e firebo stband o thendannoun cedoolectrie ma erioni of owr fowathtgo sed on-
a two-cent hourly cost of living The coolies, however, had not electrical energy wh good po-
increase which it said goes into been able to finish emptying the sillities of much higher output." l e .,0i ,
effect for non-union workersbaee and French forces destroy- he said. n ol f htr ll.]
etnweel ed several storehouses and a The 60,000 kilowatts would beodad t.
Wefet w oe e n o m-no more e omo dedeain o neu se and g sufficient to handle normaloelce-
"0_r _hoh ol mountain" of unassembled m.r- trial needs light, appliances, Weti.
Schin part who is leadins0.-etc. of 150.000 homes a year. .
otno twomimledira0.- It also could provide all the
000-man French offensive a- electricity for a city of 59.11 Mted ,tio b
against the Communists,o wants too io,.,. op ,l ,o ., l _411I
etm.In Latin Ame rca to Iforcc the three Red Divisions lights for b i
rutmeof tihe Red River delta lights, aind oher needs.BOSS-Arthur od rey. radio AShow JuA e h411151q .
YIA into open battle. Bat thus far Sl admd eeyson m of uete- s-' of t..= .
So nthe French operation has found Murray said the commission o n m f moment which. t .
virtually na serious opposition. "considering the possibility" of during hi press conference at the VOCtont,-Us-Z
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 IUSIS) locating the plant at or near one New York which [011oted his ,rt oLa-l iooa.
Hnu om Ocot. oof its own gaseous diffusionwo firn .r lr JutLo.. .ea e t-
Direct U. S. Investments a-"plns.o octduof rJlisLa....
broad totaled more than 14000 ower Manhattant o o d at Ok nd o= t mabler ,ehi, e
million at the end of 1952, the RidgeTm .Paduch, Ky., andBleer.A
Pohtsmirecth, 0.tment diwcasorsomth,0.e Ae
n'ce department disclosed Flooded ByTide In that case the new power Rosswasooindeluident;e. t
t he lrepoI, oldon th r -antwould supply at"very small B rAllh
The fiOgusor a bpo rWof thede w "
o fign i me esous plant. Because of the higher Post Man's K c k
Sn e t cost of te atom-power, however
sANinne stm, Te1943st. 3 AN QUENTIN, Calif., Oct. 23. the plint would have "ver small.
The survv listed the follow- (UP n Lee Roy Javiri e, 36. a effect" on overall AEC electric GRAND hAPs Kh.; Oct. ,.tfor
estments at the end of 1950 terdayand as ked for his cell in the planning stage. will berwased out ,dur.& la 9 -
the survey't- breakdown being back. Rear Adm. Hyman 0. Rickover. night's prize fight be0wee : PuI cOwM =re.a .
pLa tonch atyedoar7i: "My in-laws are driving oe Prado ofeDetroit ad Veyof Whondl-1n of
Latin Anneraca, $4'700 million, nuts," he said. "I need some MooreeofnChicago.ofthe'*U401.1If uIa o waltiei, low
C'nada, $3,600 million: Europe, peace and quiet." Ialboa Tide oor of t wca wde1z he xiieto duve t"9Oulandglf
$1.700 million: Africa. Asia and Javfne was paroled Feb. 4, 1952 wasBstruck bya loose post ereo sRhflrato ie"f..
Australia, L,800 million, after serving nearly four years Saturday, Oct. 24 while heulng tighten the ropestur of Ls Aheies airt today, the -vilia
The survey noted that Invest- on burglary charges. High low while he ti t ductl d.n cent. .
ents in Carsda, Mexico and; Warden Harley 0. Teets ac- 4:26 am........ 10:49 aim. htt.. oth dee, i"tor so 116,11111h011
Wert Indle3 fell from mor.? than comodated JavLne. 4:57 p.m..........I1:08 p.m. "Dal- nnlionger cenneted rk cS o wj- h e 0
50 per cent of the world total In a~rcraft ndtstih OU1AUVonO
l.P29 to 40 per cent in 1950. sairtrI t Industry in r he wa a .
Flow of new capital, directed ulterwnaire and &auroaL .. '
Ro stly to petroleum and manu- '''en by h is rotw"Ch I rii i
lavestm,'n-.. in Latin America bv P t.t ie d lo sw
7 0 per cen. from 1943 to 1950. I dP trMadle. Od 3 (1(P)o-
&ztring tho same period, $1.200_m itt II e Uw catfit". 28o-(Up
..P'oreign countries in 1950 de- wavero!-fo
;.l:ed more than $1,000 million .I wu a
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!gaes. Other types of taxes and ,a fk t s eurchmitto i uldno, f n u
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