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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01762
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for underground rebels intensified.
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ho-q oh.'ursday, but will be
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nd night on Fridays.
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*-* anG ,rG. vANCe 'S nO 54 oon For many reasons I've bean
searching through the financial
THIS IS YOUR 0P1UM THE REIAIMS OWN COLUMN records of scores of unions. Now
I've come across something I
wasn't looking for. And I'm glad
T H Mp to report it.
rI i've found that American Is- t r t W
SA bor has given more than one
billion dollars in recent years to
Tho M Box n the fight for decency and clvli-
The Mad Beo as an open forum fo re aders o The Penme Ame. auon on the home and Interna-
iee. Lters are received gratefully and re handled in a wholly li- tonal fronts, a
ItMien atle i r tte don't be impatient it it desn'l pp-ar the 00 ht in m i
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CHURCH MEMBERSHIP n slip aieri the pelent. The t
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In these times of declining Church memberships and of very munUit oicial Iomm the Est ground
desperate campaigning by all religious faiths to Increase their German Zone who are flg.hir
registers, I am moved to suggest that behind the sad failure of by our radio broadcasts eat of
the: churches is the deplorable absence of honest' belief In the Berlin and Munieh. ,
doctrine of Christianity on the part of too many members, added On the home front 'the money J t r
to which the observation that members' sense of discipline and has paid for much of -the re- s of
Godly dignity has become warped must be made. building of cities such as Flint, Hilo
Mich., wiped out by rlproaring dtgn't
Time was when church members were easily distinguished by tornadoes. It has helped torhado P "iR
their very proper behavior, on the Street as well as in the pew. victims in Worcester, Mas., ass 81 .. 3 ft ld
There was no question as to their character and reputation, as In Arkansas, as well aa flood vic- ; ;
to what they stood for, as to their purpose either in this life or tinis in Holland and Bngland.
in the one which would succeed it. Obscene language and profan- In addition, there have been
Ity were never peculiar to themi.,Their speech was always care- other types of donations, like
fully ptrged of invective; Converts to Christianity were there- the cutting of some *,OP0900 Red4 r
fore well aware of what the world expected of them by the ex- Cross bandages a month by the
samples described in the conduct of those who were older in their CIO's men's clothing workers "It
elected faith. during the war, for which they W-* end
would accept no pay. a li
Today's appalling contrast in the general demeanor of those Part of labor's billion dollars
who profess to believe in God may not altogether explain the has gone to the Amateur Athle- ...
rapid decrease in new church memberships, but its potent effect tic Union, the Amenricp Cancel '
is unfavorable- enough to warrant instant and careful attention Soclety, the AMtetift 'Rled Orb;, l w'
by church bodies as a whole. the 01ty of Hope Hoapital. the '.
National Urban League, Stad s M
Pastors and priests must constantly review their immediaft Ooncerts, Inc., the Police Ath-
duties as spiritual leaders, must forever be mindful of their tic League, the YWCA, the NM- ." l"
Authority to enforce discipline among their followers, must beed tonal War rund, the ComIu- P Py
and practice the rules and regulations which make their mem- ty Chests and the u .BO, to men- tr t Uh
bears s4blect to sound deportment at all times and in all places., tion just a few group. BI BO RUARK
There ought to be no personall sentiment or shy priority Obscured by the mote drama- o
given to members of any s8ecifl.age. standing or office in mfat- tic headlines provoked by the -. '
teri affecting the integrity of the world's most useful organism, more sensational activities ol Z
Church is a living organism in which the breath of life that God dents as the AFL-CIO "Opertion mine, a Mr. JQwill shortly come int g the grave Wfth tha enerl. Thi proved .
gave: to mankind undertakes its greatest function. Pig-Lift" out of Fort Worthi Te:- tU contact with `21)a as a result. ot is embammulng to bth Budkin antt he *departed Y
as, a few months ago. wife's laheritanick, T u ttr ase, be atlb even officer. '-*. .. .- f f
At members' level it is' neceslsay that all bickering, Jealousy, This "pig-lift" made frieis .if the sum is exa ltMd, any prt o tWmU ushkin also ncies himself is singer, and lae V
slandertng and disorganization cease; Competition among mem- for us in an areas where, the. oliMbucks too a 0 u pyer .e X.WL n t rom hee to or
bqvr for church offices must b1 0etilsc oft e and lor all by Voting British not only bad lost the re- .'xpgedlo' An. d A 1d d iodbn a ther ,-t- finli it ai. '- "
or. by pastoral selection, along the lnes of merit and ability such aspect of the Wtiive po plo=on, pl l of th Wr.R iil t la a coe ,iv
as Would qualify the member appointed for the offices involved. but had to di patch W Lr bt pi enl, t. p lyn. a .C' t aael a" dC
and marines to kbep the BIe A professional piano player, and esOecially a ar bladh uinult the custames a'p snds
Once officers are installed and continued in office they ought from moving iIn.' _so' in tl e actually m oad h dats t r pery the tr.m. 1t Sh.- ..t iatuay ee pnda w s
to b duly respected and s0uported, not randomly criticized and The gruatlng afrUft was a for ocd, humc e rln e iab te v e w t o it .t e ay, excet whei
Insulted. Members not only should avoid showing stupid jealousy result of joint la r efferip f or toy of, tc oth oer cot foe of l ae f'wtcin dWe 'ea t i
of officers' authority but ought to respect .them and be coobper- edtabeh a ood neiaKhbr e. or ther other domforrts of the Nickel 1e." in t "e1 i
actively subordinate to their direction and guidance, as well as ey betwee tFort Worth a ve.hi. ire _,. be .t suprio ,
pertinently de edtowards them outside thi church. and t .h.e m peope l cigarettes Whmt A Wt ; it,-
It"Ca=41n wklng up What,. = Z :d- -b-_;.
pe ItinenVtl a a.thn me o pit=-cH o*d1 d and Cw an eminent tliehiqe
sa any kind of aten membr ln aa r 10 hsa be, tmra
SThe Church dausbilclent pf truly inspi Chrst OW Ing
be use ft is tod~coheniez fstal for persons desiring to do-o, that's, rmt tint bull5 ateg =am. Ai At 'H-
.to accepted into fellowsllp. trs.el in Pt Laton'u l o but Tt, slag, ak 'hu p "y
Mercenary AWV-o l bllr"a'Im so that And talk.
Mercenary considerations have replaced the older, more valid % a dmaM te h aSl lah Srthe- wllio lay the io t InSate o I forgot. to meentihs talk.' f 3 i^
virtues of repentance for ains and faith in God's salvation, so t& eMce reiIst pi cto mug.mWW.toevila*noJH e* t
that instead of being an assembly of souls humble, grateful and waIutlM 3Bn imeU, K a t mo .1 topis wnnt. Hb e ance'a ..tpileto plnoayIa oe olh ut .h-
God-fearing the Church is a mere collection of -Aumianity with. l ids, andeH-Wler.. ae. lme4d an.m pabe an woe. a tsatd e le eoa Irather l u
no exercise of heart or mind as touching things spiritual. .The. i e comedian- rn p k as we .
SeI t T ve i trtl' a Mu- .t erty i ndI t nsidered a rather garrulous pen o i
Members are just habitual visitors to Sunday services, carry- Si *Pef Trust Punl ;. .i I an .'e* l -
tng away very little if anWthing from the sacred texts and ez % drvi ad e -pIeee "hill-blU. Wi wl un eat l upd IhaZoah w eai tewstWOB
hottations of the Holy Bible. living before the world without the bnd. -T a rmta ers cut their onc1 o e .P td_ tct ve, l psd I Wta, s u r'.,
distinction which should identify then. on.pb U to $1 each.h e w ts.a p S .1,, straig squ and cr-art
"M.. builtnlu mypartt ourtedtbulttr from If ..or
Shall we never face these facts about ourselves? Shell wep r paed pultr S frrm my doowr. A..nd I r a grea .o le
on year in and year out. careless of the expectations the Lor S .o I I Fort WoKqrth a" r.h a g s easily one ofthel In t fllMv
and the world have of us? Shall we continue within the fold of nd tra r MOW o i hnltr In te on hIIe thn tl l
w- r ld Ivor-hi rsAin the- i s "a eand t freer4.4 as.' apr o in '
we rather stop and ponder these things: church membiirs, taking smemen. Then tile But Usti of"real ule.-t!
auh stems are necessary to measure up to the faith werof w o a l he a in
It was Paul. in writing to the Hebrews. who said, PAMtt ul
ed we a ersuadedbetterh f you, and things that Comir be.
-AChurch e.be.ra imeofthe anti- .on fdr the.trum..almodgot" "I MY b

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tI rdetlatnd asdr Demolnes put two ballets In hea ,,
S t at a e own chest but wa In fair c .
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Storm warnings:
When she says, on the way
home from a party, "You cer-
tainly spent a lot of time 'talk-
ing to that Mrs. Jones.' If he's a
wise husband he'll wipe that
smug look off his face and say,
"So you noticefdI was atuc with.
that bore. Then why didn't you
eome over and help me get a-
way? I kept looking around for.
you. but could I ever eatch your
eye? No."
When he says, "f Iran my of-
flee the way you run this house
..." That little remark has co(a
husbands anything from an elec-
tric dishwasher to a full-time
maid. And the least it ever costs
is a blow-by-blow account of ex-
actly what mama does in one
lay,


When she says, "You haven't
heard a word I've been saying."
He'd better come out from be-
hind his newspaper and give her
his undivided attention. If he
' answers Tat remark with an-
other "mmmmmmmm," and goes
right on reading, he'll be sorry.
ONE CRiTICISM HE'LL
PATY'ASH FOR ,
When he says "Is that what
you're going to wear?" when she
all dressed to go out. Ha'l not
only hear how long It-has been
since she has had a new dress,
but tomorrow he'll probably hear
that she has bought a complete
new outfit.
Whren she says, "The dinner Is
probably ruined by now," that's
no time for him to act as though
a ruined meal is nothing for
anyone to get upset about. He'd
better have a good reason for be-
Inv late, an even better one for
not telephoning to let her know
he was going to be late and a
comellmerit for the meal, no
matter what it tastes like.
When he says, "Is there any.
particular reason why, it has to
be done right now?" He may
not hear why it has to be done
richt now, but he will-hear how
many times she has asked him
to dn the same job and always
got the same answer--"Dods it
have to be done right now?"


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Nov. 7th
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FRECAULS AND HIS FIENDS


SUPERSONIC SPEEDSTER-Sleek successor to the F-86 Sabrejet Is the P-O00 Supir Sabre,
. the Air Force's first jet fl.ter to exceed the speed oft sound in level flight. Now In production
in Los AnuleI, Calif., the F-100 is believed capable of approaching a speed- o 800 miles -qn hour
and has a combat radius of more than 500 miles. The new aircraft werq consdered-by air offi-
clals to give the U. S. a commanding lead in the global race for jet supre.cy.:


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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espaha No 34 Panama, R. P.
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MORRISON'S
fourth of July Ave -Phone 3-0441


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Two brand new 6 Cu. FOR SALE: Studeboker 4 door
ft. electric Servel refrigerators. Sedan, 1950. Perfect condition
$225.00 each. Works either on 25 Please call Balboa 2-1588.
or 60 cycles Refer to Diablo turn,- WALK five blocks, save one hundred
ture store. Cenral Avenue No 86. dollars. Used Cars at Hosmo, S. A
phone 2-24C ---- FOR SALE:-Military Jeep 4 wheel
Must sell beautiful livingroom. dining- Drive A-1 condition. Excellent for
-room set, "wed.sh China glassware, interior. Call Clayton 4268.
complete Quest room, individual
easyctehais rugs ,Alrost new, very FOR SALE:-1951 Chrysler Windsor
low prices Phone 2-2798. Office 4 door sedan. Gray, new tires.
low prcesradio, fluid drive, seat cover. Per-
Shours:.a tect condition inside and out. Ex-
FOR SALE:-Urgent. owner leaving ceptional value. $1.500 cash.
All the furniture of 4 bedroom Owner leaving for foreign duty. See
apartment liingroom. diningroOm. at 878 Morgan Ave., Balboa, L.
colonial style, mode by Cowes M. Warren. Saturday and Sunday
Refrigerotoi. washing machine, orJy.
sewing na chine. curtains. Tel.
3-4307, No 40. 50th street. FOR SALE:-1952 4 door De Luxe
3 -4307. hae B ad Chevrolet Sedan, excellent condi-
COR SALE:-We have now; Brand tion. Best cash offer. Phone Gam-
new dining table and 4 choirs. boo 274 (house 1761.
$99.00, complete I'vingroOm sets
$159.00, double beds $48o00o MUST SELL. Leaving for St..s.'I
folding bed ir9e..) $27 00. mod- 1947 Ford Tudor Sedan. Wel
ern vonit-es with stool $35 00. above overage. Good buy fos sop"a-
Wardrobes $48 00, guaranteed 4 one. Phone Ft. Kobbe 2)76. ._
burner gas sloves $69 00. nLW OR SALE:-Singer Spe er sM ievi l
mattresses S1650. n0ghr tables. 1953. only 4,000 mters. Me"ib
$9.50,.oz:kas $5.50. cribs irom-- O.nfor Seds 1952, mgdle, wh le
lete) $39.CO. sofes $5900. arm weIl lHe.- 9.000 Mile,. Spedel
chairs $2S.00. end tables $3.50 prices aicie am eeIq1ie. Cal
coffee tables $6 50 AND MANY Roy Gemell. Peema 2h1;.0., Cs-
OTHER BARGAINS which can be lee Meters.
YOURS for only a SMALL DOWN FOR SALE 49 Lincoln
PAYMENT.FOR SALE:-'49 Lincoln Cqsmop.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE convertible, black, extras, duty paid.
Automobile Row No. 41 51.300. 121-A, Garnboo 6-T07.
Tel" 3-4911 FOR SALE -Hillmon Minx Convett-
pen Sundav November Ist ,ble. 1952, with radio. $1, t f.00.
F-OR.SALE-Electric stove, 4 burn also gentle horse saddle, bridle,
oen, refrigerator.' mahogany dining- blanket 6 yr. old-gelding). $40.-
room and bedroom sat, fine custom 00. Owner leaving for U. 5, Call
biilt furniture. oil practically new 272 2285 during office hours
v"r-cheap: Arrangement. M- or 273 3284 aflpr.5 p, rn.
made to ient apartment also. Son ,FOR SALE'--'49 Cldilloc 4 door, 62
Francisco 3rd. St. 25-A, Apt. 2 I model Fully equipped. Excellent
Tel 2-35 18 I condition. Phone 86-2200 Albrook.
FOR SALE:-Apex Foldomatic Irafer, FOR SALE:-1953 FrQa 4-Desr
60 cycle. Excellent condition. orig- don.' 2-tone blue with Ivory to~
inolly $275 00. take $18000 7.000 miles. new car condition.
.Gotf Cart. 5.1000, other misc Price $1.775.00. House 531-D.
phone Balboa 2409 Coco..1
fOR SALE:-Retrgertor Coldspot 8W ANTE TO
3 feet, $40.00, Por.o. upi;ght ex ,WANTED TO BUY
cellent tone .19'. 0C' Surrbeon ---
Mixer. coi :its 1t lcc' nm.c i E BUY vour used refrigerator andi
1-8 HP b0 C.:le $10 00; used g-e you a CROSLEY. Call us at
car batter, $600. House 11I 2 Via CIA. CYRNOS. Telehone 2.1793
Belisorio Porras, near Roosevelt "Avenida Nacona," near Tivali
Theatre. Crossing.
T WANTED WANTED TO BUY CASH- One cdr
WAN ED Plymouth. Dodge, Chevrolet, 49 to
1953. Not duty paid, 4 door. De
MiScellanenPO Luxe. Will see them from 4 to '7


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Agenda Internacional de Publicacones
No. 3 Lottery Plan Phone 3-313


MISCELLANEOUS


Os yoeuhave e *a&" beped I
Wret Al0ebseM AinmymeM lee
201o Aies. C. .L
DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" street.
Corner telephone 2-3479, Panama
AQUARISTS: Largest variety of
Tropical fishes at new.low prices.
Acuorio Tropical Pet Shop, 53 Via
Espaoa. _
Proless.onals! Agencies!
Now Renting Office Space
In Excellent Location
Newly Pointed Offices
Call Panama 2-2490
1553 Central Avenue F
To MIAMI & NEW YORKta AREA
Boeing 4-angine planMe Ate-way
to Miami; $70.00 Round Trip
$126.00. One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.
HANOOCK Redemuqe, bclalies:
'PiFs pie, tevfMi, S p iN, N.
145 Cenmtral AVen2wu 4a4004-
FOR SALE1
Miscellaqo0I .
FOR SALE:-Used oc .: akfo-
jnatic washers, 0 = 2 -
mercial gas dryer, 1 0,220 vlts,
gas water heater capacity 650 fs
per hour, commercial inning
boards, 190 Chevrolet Soed deli-
very, good condition. Ef Lavyn-
tico 8054, 11 th Street TeL 1'462.
Colon. I5
FOR SALE :--Canadres, 'HolHand War-
.blen. excellent. *sinlers, different
colors. Acbiosn Tropical Pet Shop,
55 V.ia Etpaaa. Tel. 3-5411.
ATTENTION BOAT Ownerm on.
FISHERMEN T
Everything reduced for Thursday,
Friday and Solurday Don't miss these
bergoins. Cias Craft, Custom Craft
and Schneider boats and boat kits.
Michigon Propellers and boat acces-
sories. Two slightly used fishing boats,
eight weight outboard motors from 3
h. p. to 25 h. p., new and used. U.
S. Divers and Cressi under water
equipment. Special Swiss Whiz Spin-
ning Rolls Reg, $14 45 now $8.45
Spinning rods. $12.00. Slightly used
Peonond Shakespeare Reels 33 1/3
I lkFishing rods, reels and Outboard
motors repaired. Tennis rackets re-
strung. All work guaranteed.
Abernathy No. 99 Peru. Avenue
Phone 3-0264.
Open 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Salurdays
9 a. m. to 6 p m.
11 17 N I I


RESORTS


WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
toges. Large. comfortable modern
near beach. Balboa 3050 except
weekends.
Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santo
Clara, Box 435, Blboa. Phone
Panoma 3-1877, Crlstl 8A-1673.
Special WeeKend tourist xcurfion to
Medellin. Leaving ct- ,I. rerurn-
Ing Nov. 2. $35.00 rmaetrb. Call
"COPA" Panoma TaL!eP0097.
Gramlich Santa Clara Buert r ttoges,
electric refrigeration, ga Iyoves,
moderate rates. Phonrf p441 Or
4567.
FOR RENT:-Two large cOy cot-
loages for rent at Santo Clara. Mod-
erate rotes and clean. Telephone
Balboa 2-1403 or 2-4149. Box
475, Balboa.
Houses on beach, Sana Clare. AlI
in COOL Campa inttins.
Phone SHRAPNUIL.Jeto 1389
or see caretoke I


FOR SALE

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Foster's Cottage. On mle pest
Santa Clors. PIe 6 )h yau
linens. Phone Balbo 2-1866.
FOR RENT -
HoUses i
I OR RENT:-House in Pueblo Nue-
vo with yard, $75.00. Phone 3-
5413 o 2-1902.
FOR RENT:-Modern chalet, 2 bed-
rooms, maid's room, hot water
installation, good view. Panama
Golf Club, La Carr squilla, Miguel
Hive. Phone 3-48 4.
FOR RENT I
Apama
ATTENTION G. I. J built godirn
.md do ho.ent Tel-
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Alhambra's Office
8061, IOlh Street, Cploh. Tel- 1948 Frazier 'ar door
ephone1386. 1948 Fr er d
FOR RENT:-Furni t ', loJ tir,
bedrooms, living H i .
and porch, two t 150

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nished, one
FOR RENT:-'T
meant, terrace
British Lgt .ega
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p. m Hotel Colon IPonama). Tel. I I T AV I I WILL ET only. A odor
IVANTED TO RENT.- Farm land 2-0770. M r. Fonseca. IT FOR YOU party dor
near Panama City. 100 to 200 Your Patronage Appreciated FOR RENT: etment
Sh reuit able for growing rc FOR SALE Store closed 2nd. 3rd and 4th of Nov. for two C._.. d1tia
FOR SALE;.--Mole block cocker pup- section.rNo.
ANTED TO RENT:-Chalet in res. 1Oro4rySlt14 p7, 5 months old, AKC registered
identical. section BellaVista or Ex- 9ao c- S n chompc.ns in pedigree. Best FOR RENT-A e in El Car-
posicion. Trel 3-27-10 FOR SALE -B. S. A. 1952 Star Twin offer. Call Navy 3295. grelo, 2 .0 IhWirg, dinirg "
Motorcycle. Perfect running condi-
Stion. $475 00. 649 Coscadas Rd. FOR SALE:-Simpson Signal Genera- room, perch, chen, laun-
C. Motor Generator. set, Seeburg bthe5 PIuto,
Wanted Position 2-4408. tor. Precision 5" Scope. 24 Volt P drr'roon' *14s "eoern attn
__---- FOR SALE:-Cushman Scooter $100. rifle range pin boll machine. Tel ences plea 496, 3 -
Vrivate secre'ory, trustworthy, long 00. telephone 2-1075. Quarters 842823-6265 4
experience in personnel manage- 2606-A, Cocoli. L. B. Ashley. _FR AL--____________ ___ -- '
ment. Also independent corresoon- -Morsc- FOR SALE-Hi-Hi Long Playing Rec-
dent English. Spanih, German. FOR SALE--Cushmon Motor Scoot- ords. AGE"JCIAS DIAZ. 37th St., F 19'7
seeks adeuoate 0os,,ion Write to er. 5 H P 1952 model. Just like No. 6-A. open Sunday. F T
Secretary Box 1833 Pnramo. new. Caoil Albrook 22 436 I
i- ~- - -- FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foit ma-
Cs Id H A slrla r01e l .chine laJest style) Piano upright FOR REN'T: '- "bh'e
ow Could He AUS Grand Tel. 916. Colon. m.ni 19
Co FAthri Of ;lest FOR SALE: Tropicolized business Street Pe n3.
rget That! type desk. $30. 25 cycle. 8 cu it aR RENT-: s.--- hdremwt
org .Faure Of Allies Frigidaire. $65.00. Miscellaneous FrigidiRENT: ulhedy Averoom withNo
WASHTINTON 0 .10 UP book sh-lve-. Venetian blinds 39" "Frigidr 4th.. uly Avnu No.V'
r- Pride Eisenho ci. in a, T0 Ilberale Them and 52" wide, $3. $5. Set of -'
Informal tak beior. the Nation- louvers for lype 101 cottege. a
el Forest congress. spoke about steal at $580. Professional t pe
mlnrividual freedom. s VIENNA. Oct. 30 (UPi Oc- compressor and paint spray ide 1948
dr'uied Austria ~ ouped work to- Vilbiss gun and regulator) $100
He mentioned the right of the ('i' In reicaint rance of its Carpenter a n d machinist hand l S t
citvldual Lo accumulate savlius I.:-atin" Itum the Nazd and tools.- at one half current Sears t'
gad do wit.a them as he pleases 0 niest the failure of the al- prces. prng cushioned porch -
"SBubject to taxes he added hAs to create an independent swing. $5. 25 cycle electric ktrch.
ubjct. to tas headde Austria. p en desk and alarm clocks. $3 54
quickly. "I must mention that." Baemen ,ler chirs Phone I948
___ Traffic was halted and work- Gamboa 211 'house 176, I IAI, Oct. 30 (UP)'- rddle
men throughout the nation left _.o, onetime mmnaer of for-
In Japanese Clear 'othe end of Ger"man rule. f e'd Carried .a m i shfee:ui,
Mea Rain the demonstrations were equal. A M ae%$ $I.ittta al. ter bing
Skies Mean Rain v a protestagainst the failurA package, Too o second
of the allies to Implement the murder tn al fatal shooting of
S10KYOten- ea-old "Moscow declara- DALLAS, Tex., Oct. 30 (UP) a Negrio ci her.
'tOKYO, Oct 30 (UPs The lion'" Dromising an independent A woman.un a shopping spree
Toko Weather Bureau marked Austria A oma n a hopping spree
*a 75th anniversary yesterday yesterday drove 15 miles to her Ator for th Dud, 44-
h the predction, "clear skies Black-bordered newhom? before she discovered she year-old defendant put Into mo-
fad the predctn, clear s Black-bordered newspapers re- brou all the pacages tion mchlnery for an appeal to
rdf w e. :printed the allied Pledge, but had forgotten her aix-year- the state myspyme Court Imme-. j 1jtI1
It rained all day. Police said there were no ot r '-n in
reports of violence, but special old son. co ,rt 5-n n1io1l
*,preeautlorm were ordered in if
Vienna and other major cities Police found him standing guilty ilt It.
to handle any outbreaks. oul&ide the locked department juda .MP W _urd aplt ] I
I Austria stillU s split into four store.w ____t u Hei3 aorudea
Military occupation zones. The mt p faar anew taarl
occupation hahs not ended pri- sthe-m. to aS w trSmi.1
N O I CE niarnlly because Russla has re- Firebugs ftp Sf fth,, ieo
TICE fused in 20 meetings with the irebugsstaed SOr e Cour M as i
Western towers to agree on a sed o
peace treaty on IAMIA, ., Oct. 30 (UP)m ?W f lSS
pec treaty. A. E. Relnhard cleared his house -
O t ,f fleas, buthe almost burned it An V vHU faom Wabdi.
The bamk of the d. Lov Out vdo-. t mot burned i teattl l ngt f our.ay
urn'trial that tio ie dCo r-
d" of Panami and Of Bloom .1xaha,, rprk =the howe ii,-S f onI
for um n ua, aet, raewalog -nnear
MIAMI, Oct 30 (UP' Police sulphur emnl. a bw he d g*g" i t M n*a-
Col6n will be dosed :, o^ 3o^ u -* Paeere.- part
C 6n he dos reported today Silas F. Parker, ext he before it
30. purposely smashed his auto burned toaod b the floor., diere i
an argument with his girl friend pusahn.ami"11-
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gry veg." 49Mill
I We waU Charged on IS county In.
during the wild rides, inludig .i &zfl,. S SOW
one far petty larrenj when ha ; hAa.r
MIndcntt siLLI on him.

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. agea't waifpg lfor their to be erected before they bold their sMeuT. They
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belous or otherwise
his private memoirs
1will publish.

condition that

,on .and other
TIIuinan's contract
he,_ .Is given in an
pup Service ruling
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the' former Preal- .
S feby name, but if -. "
>luefIt applies to them. TORV-.4dwin S. Gairrion,
Ato Ae ruling, the a-*p -rK-*kqlIer wwh bon
ri ovdes that Life will been miosng since August,
mn for his work on an 1962. when he broke ou; of a
taj bas-Mfi per. cent prison at Atmore, Ala., has
hh trn it in add 21 per .been placed on the list of the
paf for the next four. PFI's "ten most' wanted fugl-
"arL. 'tives." The FBI reports that
- Thi will, save him a big msle -Garriaon can solve mathema-
finco e taxes, by apreadi hils ieal problems in his head aot-
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led' to t-h" founding w of the
church in 1903. "
. Homer Tomlinson vowed he tor of tA
would depose Milton a genwaf .I Q
ove reer oe the wealthier branch 2w6 tV
of he church and re-unite the 2
factions.
Sheriff U. 0. Crawford. who
arrested the bishop, said "I e 94 .
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Just take a peek at
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Wf9W YORK. Oct. 30 IUP)
Ver.ials poisoned an emer-
gency milk shipment for schools
and hospitals in milkless New
YorIk yesterday as a dairy work-
err' 6 rike that haa cut. off sup-
plies for 12 million persons was
reported near settJement.
Police said kerosene was pour-
ed over 10.000 half-pints and
250 quarts of milk on a Brook-
lyn Sunnavdle Farms dairy
truck which was to deliver the
shipment to school children and
hospital patients under a union-
menagerment agreement. The
milk was dumped In a sewer on
orders of city health official.
Union anld Industry nerotip-
tors were meeting In conti'ni-
ous sessions to reach a settil-
ne-it as the strike entered 'tis
firth day. It was the second day
New Yorkers and si'burbanites
had been completely without
local milk sunmlles.
Dr. Charles Blinford. Federal-
State Milk Market administre-
ter, said todpv thpt thd nPeo-
tiato's werp "gettln. very close
together." He. sa'dl .h was ouo-
timistic and uredle'r.] "a 'nmn-.
plete resolution of their differ-
ences."
Some 13.000 dairy workers an.j
drivers, m.imbers of the A F L
Teamsters Uniqn. walked out
Sunday in a demand for higher
wages and shorter hours. The
strike affected 20 major dairies
serving the New York metronol-
Itan area and parts of New Jer-
sey and Connctcut.

JUW .*WCEJVED
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FFN WIRE

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MRS. G. T. MATTHEWS COMPLEMENTED Mrs. Van Siclen
WITH BON VOYAGE MORNING COk'FEE Leaving Tomorrow
'Mr. William A. Van Siclen
Mrs. G. T. Matthews, former Neighborhood Chairman for Jr., of Gatun, 'will leave by
the Canal Zone Girl Scouts, for Coco Solo and Coco BSlito, was plane tomorrow for a visit wit a
complimented with a bon voyage morning coffee given by the ner daughter and 0on-in-law
ladies with whom she has worked during the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad K e I t h
The party was held at the Informal Dinners Lloya, and son, William, of
home of Mrs. 0. B. Gray at Honor Matthews Family Ricnmond, Virginia.
Coco Solo The ladies present- A number of informal dinner
ed the honoree an orchid bon- parties wele given oar Mr. ana Rabbi Witkins Addrewxe
bon dish in appreciation of Mrs. G. T. Matthews of Coco elhoship Chulass
her work with the Girl Seputa. Solo, before their departure At the regular dinner rieet- f
Those vho participated in yesterday for the States. ing of the Margarita Fellow-
the party and gift were. Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. S. J. OGiedzins- ship Group they had the plea-,
J. E. Largent, Mrs. Lon Chrs- ki entertained with a dinner at sure of hearing Rabbi Nathan
tiansen, MrK Betty Roderick, their home Tuesday evening. Witkin speak on "My Impres-
Mrs. C. Rials. Mii Henry BI- Mr. and Mrs. Gaskill, also of sons of My Recent 71ip to the
gelow, Jr. Mrts Joseph Bial- Coco Solo. gave an Informal ioiy Land."
kowski, liMr Mae Dorn, Mis. dinner at their quarters on
C. H. Wilsey, Mrs. James Fa- Wednesday evening. Forty-five men were present
cer, Mrs. E G. Scott, Mrs .L with the pastor of the Marga- ONE QUADWSt-.a
er, Mr. J. W. Anderson Mrs. Neely Leaving rta Union Church, Reverend bator at a a
and Mrs. C. C. Chioupek. For Vacation Henry L. Bell. Mr. John W.
rs kMrs. Robert Neely, of Mar- Muller presided In the-abseWce born to Mrs. June Trollman, a 3 -yeazr
Plans For Gatun garita, is leaving Saturday by of Mr. E. R. Albritton. of QA
Haliowe'en Party plane for a visit w I t h herr com-
Announced daughter and family in Robins, Mrs. Olga Roe, and her co- *
The annual Hallone'en party Norti Carolina. mitee were in charge of the
will be sponsored by the Gatun --turkey dinner which was serv-
Civic Council for the children Margarita Annual ed.
of the families who reside in Hallowe'en Party
the community. AssociationT will sponsor its an- HamH usb nd
The costume party will be nual Hallowe'en party tomor-... G ets H husband
held at the gymnasium tomor- row at the Margarita Gym. Heads UIMU
m. the pre-scnool and kinder- Prizes will be given and re-IlHea s f I --or
garten children mill have their freshments served. LANING, Mich.Oct.0 (UP) After
party with Mrs (.eorge Roth n l 70 -A mechanic vowed today he Mrs. V.
as chairman From 4:30 to Three prizes will be given in B woula be a "good father" to ence -
5:30 p.m. the firt and see- each of our age group. The .. the survivors of the quadruplets teat the
and grade will have their hour pre-school and kindergarten MURPHY, N.C., Oct. 30 (UP)- born Tuesday to the woman he beat thtu
with Mrs. Tracy White as group will meet at 3 p. m., One of the feuding bl4hops 9f married Thursday. ,2 ed# ,
.haclrman. The third and fourth the first and second grade at the Church of 3od rode away The mechanic, John Van Bh bh
grades will start at 630 and 4 p.m. the third ardd fourth into the hills oh a bus after get- Alstine. 34, of Lanain, was mar- would bs
run until 7 30 p mn. with Mrs. grades at 5 p.m. and the fifth ting out of jail here but a aher- ried to Mrs. June tkllman in "PM re
Merrill Webster as chairman, and sixth grades at 5:30 p. 1ff said today Jhe ekects td see a hastily arranged bedside cere- time in
Mrs. R. B. Ward will hive m. him back Nov. 9 In court, mony. He said he had beer in ni
charge of the fifth and sixth I Bishop Homer Tomllnson was love with the attra tl dlivor- Auiiot
grades fom 7-30 to 8:30 The prizes will be awarded released from the Cherokas cee for more than a year. day *ri
p.m. The teen-age party will only for authentic Hallowe'en County Jail after only an hour He said he had wanted to the mf
start at R 30 pm orchestra costumes. Only MargaritaChU- and a half behind bar aor wield- marry Mrs. J. Trllman "for a ma e
will furni.,h music for dance dren are entitled to attend this Ing a sledgethagmer. ist long time" but toers of a re. of hoMi
In party. property owned by his b re'a cent divorce preVed it. He bet ,ma
Refreshments will be served A teen-age dance will be held rival church, the Chlroh ofod ducked questlonr about whether The
each" group after they have at 8 p.m. of Prophecy. ..9 he was the father, r Ole quads. e erTe
plyed. their game A prize He vowed to go up latol the Glen W. Pausavy manager of live Phy
wi be given each child in Inford Card rtycheon s to fast and pry for ven Sparrow Hospltal where the food
costume. .nd Card rty days. three boys and one girl were plastic t
Also assLstine' with decora- Mrs. F. V. Thompson, of Co- However, he planned to poach born, said he couldn't say one p c
tions and lighting are Mr. M. co Solito, was hostess for a tonight In Greenville, Tennd, a- way or the- other whether Van
M. LaCroix, Mrs Ralph Mal- luncheon and Informal card cross the Great Smokies from Alstine is the fathift.
colm, Mr. Frank Moumblow, party at her home. Murphy. Van Alstin Mki he would
Mr. Leslie Croft. Mr. George Her guests were Mrs. James r. .take his bride and the three Aw
Scheibe, Mr. Ernest Stiebritz Facer, Mrs. Max Oaskill and The hammer- iode surviving quads two boys and
9id Mr. O0. L Hakanson. JMrs. William Altmqyer. occurred at Fieldd stv od. a girl to his hoe as -oon d
a chiurtch retrea_1. urgerr as they are released from the -
Mountain 15 milC *1 here Ispital.
yesterday. Arrinlopet The quad who di d Wednes6
fbllowera he ,ad eti i ge A aboy,- t
cross the abne letterqt Td ured to .
Commancdments erected l t tbroe all w
mountainside. ndr but do-
After being jailed herh4 l niely. '
ceived a preliminary w.eril -'
pleaded not guilty an e deathOf
bond for appeal ed
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the mountain were .pelted, al .ptparMd -
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IHOTANT MOUNCENT
"' f
S We wish to advise our clients to make all
olaims of articles,woa on The Club.jyutern during
the present month of ..fviber anq in preceding
months before the end ef the month of November.
This announcement is made now because
during the month qf DBse~pber we will not be
abh to ( 4verlei of teams. won in months
Other thqin bo b r. We wilr ittehd only to
" ristmas ed .nwd. o merchandise won or pa1d
.ut during t .mn .
Club winriers f ,Novembor or before who do
Snetbear the abee InRtind .wi b obliged to wait
UntH January atwhMih time we will r4urme our
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A trslaidu oez! to deter-
mine the feasiblit of employ-
ing Sentry Dp t aid an in-
fantry unt In g the
jungle was held Wedesday aft-
ernoon and Th-~iay in the
Madden Dam area. The exercises,
employing elements of the Sec-
ond Battalion, 'd Infantry
Regiment and the Uth AU
Dog Platoon, had a its mission
the locating and uillag or de-
stroyIng of saboteur and their
mupplie in jge tfran.
Both motoriand a ifantry
patrols were used. Three motor-
Ized patrols, each ptral consist-
ing of a dog hanler and sentry
dog In one Jeep mAd two title-
men and driver in a second eep
patrolled the secondary road
skirtin boundary of the prob-
lem. The remainder of the
troops, men from Company P
and Second Battalion headquar-
ters under the command of
Captain William "Welmd .co:n-
manding officer of F Company,
were formed' in a skiriasb line
extending one half to Oft mile
long which moved through the
area in a southeasterly direction.
Sixteen s4usd. ech Ith a
sentry dog and handler, were
used in the maneuver area. Ra-
dio contact wa mslW ained by
the squads with a company net
which In turn wpa hooked :n
with Battalion. command post
communication center at the
maneuver control point.
During Thursday morning Lt.
General H. L. Mcrhide, Com-
mander In Chief, Caribbean
Command Ad enbers of his
staff. BrgadeGr General N. A.
Costello, Chtef of Staff, 1USAR-
CARIB and Colonel A. 0. Ele-
Sar, commandifl officer of the
rd RCT vWltd the exercise.
CaptainL dwar4 A. Robinson,
S-3, Second Battalion, acted as
chief umpire. The Second Bat-
talion is commanded by Lt.
Colonel Harvey s. Browne.


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. lis is Iti A carefree, Informal time for all!
Come in astep to win one of. the prizes for:
loudest shirt mot unusual costume (men & ladles)
best Hallowe'en costume (men a ladies,
*'.S". from 7 p.m. In the Bella Vista Salon.'Jore Fasola's orchestra playig.

* SUNDAY, NOV. 1 A PANAMA SUNDAY FIESTA
Begin this eventful week with the fun in the cool Balboa Room f m
12 noon on and see the JUNIOR BAZAAR FASHION SHOW at 2:30 pJm.
Muside by Lucho Auiarraga's Merry Musicians
Native Rum Drinks, 35t.
SM4= YOUR RSERVATIXOM NOW FOR THEM VENTS, TOOl

NOV. 3 GOLDEN JUBILEE BALL
Come help our Panamanian friends celebrate this big day in a glitter
glowing ev aing of fun with fireworks, noisemakers.. favors, tw or-ee
ruas. and a big door prise of several case of liquor and ber ga .
entrance only $I.-

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O On Wednesday evening, Qcto-
d or ber 28th, MargaritI Pck No.
antAviaton:it-d their monthly meeting In
shippinR Irldustry" i ithe basement of -the Margrita
ONDON. Oct 30 New em- NSine those words we ap 'he meeting was opened by
ms is given to the words me. i Dei. I unoer Den Mothera Mrs.
rchant Aviation" by the re-. On the anufacturiM aide Win. Lewis and Mrs. H. Carpen-
tly announ ed partnership exports have steadily risen.' and' tee. The American and Pack
een the awell-known Cln the operators, both the Cotpora- pnFlags were carried In by D.
ipping Line ard thoe Huntieg ton a. StAhrer anuo J. Wainio followed
mpanies' air transport lN ountti- adtshe beenpen L.
partand omercp founsaded anircs have made considerable by the De. members and they
partnership founded unh ste forward then led the pack and visitora
.faithof two importantBri-'.Nw capital has become avail- In the plede o t. h fla
Shipping lines In the utue able and there has been a grow A new c3ndeight ceremony
, aviation.in sense of confidence In the! cremnal board wre -
Merchant aviation in th.pbud- been abse to show a more acte prenaton, I.f Bobcat pinW. to


,me--before it. 'interest rn new equipment su.h er and T. Roberton.
new sense has come to conntel trh.3 IGolld arro new cubs:poin Cts we ath
the wa in hicst statements on aircraranpft-' New routes have been opened L. J. Chrlstcph, C. Field.R. car-
t; taton lias its roots In Briti.i^i up. and revolutionary types of penter. R. Hammond. R Hut-
Stdheme and commeradce ust as oderaft have gone Into service. ch6on, D. Rice, W Rice .a -
1 Aie sea-[arinfg industries boil As a result, operators have ders. W. Ashton. L. French. J..
4 #Sw shipping lines and shipbuld-' been able to show a more active i Hoierson. I'. Dockery, W. Dock-,
I ks-before It. 'Interest in new equipment suph eri and T. Robertson.
ft :as the British turbine transports Gold arrow points were pm-
*"*One of the first statements on1 and big freight aircraft now un- sei~ted to R. Chandler and J P
a ais theme was made some tacalder development Everson.
years aro bv the then Viceii The entry of one of ihp'
Chief of the Air Staff. Air Chief, world's largest marine freight- Frank McLeod was presented
Marshal Sir Ralph Cochrane lIng companies-the Clan LinF-- 'wih the Webelos badge and
He said. "Air power, If it Is to into aviation, shows that these Graduation Certificate and wel-
.be permanent, must be broad \ signposts for the future are not i coined into Troop No. 1 by Scout-
based on commerce. being disregarded, master Harry But. Frank was
"Great Britain built up its 3ea! later presented with a 3 year
power on ships built in this T-- m.-' Servic. Star for his 3 yeaas N a
country for owners all over That BIkiiBath g Cub out
world a, well as' for our owD9 C
'trade and thisads great in- I J .Two-year service stars were
luence on our life as a _e-far-: Upresented tu C. Topin, D. Clarke.
Sa-fuar- l Is Old SuffG Irving .nd-M. Rudge.
.in nation. eas ne-ear service 8 &were
"In the long term we seek to O._a IJ Onee a ice aB.aLwese
4 V I V P. Ebdon, J. Brayton, P. Sanders
SSuperSpeedand D. Stohrer.
Super Speed (amera oN Oct 30 (uP Of Den chlet Freddy Bath, Frank
fic IfOn the Guild Hall Museum M(iLeod, Deane Campbell; and
Ssad today that the Bikini bathand Max Sanders were presented
,Freezes A-Bomb Ing suit was worn by Roman with their den chief's certifica-
It lassies some 19 centuries ago. tea and ,Fre*dy was also r nt
S hat's more sai d, they ed with a Giand Howl of s
Je ore Hits have recovered pir of Bikiifrom the ack for the past year.
psiAles diasarded in these parts In the t.;arents meeting the
- IBOSTON. Oct. 30 UP) Aftbout 2,000 years ago.- parents -present were informed
, camera capable of taking pho- The parties are strikingly of a new policy concerning at-
, tographs In a tew millionths of1 sitliar to the scanty trunks of terdance of the Cub at Den
* a second "froze" an atomic ex- the more advanced type modern and Pock meetings and of the
plosion before it disintegrated Bikini bathin suit. They fitted cube a parents t pack tngst
a steel tower at the atomic Anugly over the hips and laced Also for the presentation of a
energy proving grounds in Ne- down both sides. badge to a cub his parents must
Vada. it was disclosed tonight. The panties, recovered recent- be at the neetlng either In per-
"OmEquipped with an electronic' ly by workmen ecvatngfor son or by proxy.
shutter, the super-speed camera the new offices of the Bank of
was developed by lkigerton. Ger- England & South America lt The meeting was closed by F.
meshausen & Crier, Inc., a Bos- the corner of Queen Victoria MCieod leading the pAck In the
ton optical firm. nd ueen treswer m adv e ack ong t the Lreqat-r.Of tbe
A picture taken by the camera of soft, fine leather. They were g t the request
showed the fireball of the nu- recovered in a excellent stetate cumteof der ndr.
clear blast still on top of the of preservation, Museum of- committeemen planned for Nya;
--pwer. a millionth of a second licials said. 3 in the ,bae.men of the r.:
Before it was vaporized in the garita playshed must neo
plosion. The, company said a srily be cancelled due to that
i number of other photographs A date being a holIdst and*1il
were taken by a bank of "rapa- igh instead be held in the haie
Stronic" cameras freezing the e- place on the following day Itv.
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Chingri, Valley River,

Jaquimazo Entry Choices
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r, A well-matched ten-horse field will vie for a
beautiful silver trophy and the major. portion of a
$1,000 added purse tomorrow afternoon in the one
mile General Anastasio Somoza Classic for Class
1_B" imported thoroughbreds at the Juan Franco
track in a race being run in honor of the visiting Ni-
caraguan President.


Every scheduled starter in the
group, from topweighted Valley
River which will tote 128
pounds to featherweighted
Agate at 100 pounds, rates at
least a good outside chance.
The "experts" opine that the
race should boil down to a three-
horse battle among speedy Chin-
gri, Valley River and the Jaqul-
mazo-Relampago II entry.
Arkansas, Coynes Edgar and
- homeland are rated possible up-
Setters. My Dear. Newbridge and
Agate will be the rank outsiders.
Chingri, which looks better
with each outing. Is expected to
r off the big mutuels favorite
ut he will have competition
from this angle and in the ac-
tual competition from both Val-
ley River and Jaquimazo.


attention tomorrow because he is
co-owned by Col. Anastasio So-
moza Jr. Nothing would be
sweeter than for the visiting
President to present the winner's
trophy to his son.
Nine other Interesting races
complete the program. Track
conditions indicate that there
will be an unusual quota of long-
shots. It appears that the moon-
shooters are in for a happy
weekend.



Juan Franco Tips


By CONRADO


This race will serve as a final 1--Fru Fru
workout for Valley River which 2-Fion
is also a scheduled starter in 3-W. Wonder
Tuesday's big $20,000 added Gol- 4-La Hons
den Jubilee Classic for the 5-Compo
track's best horses. Jaqulmazo is 6-Legal Frolic
the first eligible in the big race. 7-Newbrighton
Be will get in if any of the ortl- 8--Aprates
ginal entries is scratched. 9-Chlngri
Valley River will get special 10-8. Chum


Tilln Till
Enriqueta
Alonsite (e)
Regls
Tilams
C. Brand
Cipayo
Royal Claim
Arkansas
Porter's Star.


Football Schedule
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By UNITED PBUS
(Home team listed first)
FRIDAY, OCT. 30
-oston U. vs Marquette
m-&attanooga vs Louisville
*z. x]amazoo vs Olivet
L anon Valley vs Gettysburg
2-pperdine vs San Fran. St.
Puget Sound vs Western
.Wash.
a4Lvannah St. vs Albany
S-T'rklo vs Mo. Valley
S"-V1rginia Tech vs Citadel (1)
3-W. Chester St. vs Kutztown
*8tate
x- ittier vs Calif Poly
S-unstown vs John Carll.
3 TURDAY, OCT. 81 .
elphi vs Wilkes
bama A&M vs So. Carolina
tate
n vs Hope
red vs Buffalo
eny vs Wooster
vs Howard U.
avs Grand Rapids
erst vs Tufts
tuna AM&N vs Prairie View
k State vs Southern St.
Akansaa vs Texas A&M (2)
burn vs Florida
*atil vs McMurry
da. dla-Wall vs Case Tech
lrvs TCU
Col. vs Richmond *(3)
n vs Bates
Green vs Kent State
rad vs Drake
A dgport vs St. Michaels
tler W Valparalso
gles Sa Santa Bar-
Sstovs rlnnell
Wise. vs Milwaukee St.
tate vs Humboldt St.
Svs Dayton
vs Wake Forest
vs Wake Forest
Guard vs Trinity, Conn.
w Ripon
W. Maine
s.vs Cd m
o vs Iowa tiW
cut vs New Npspehre
el, la. vs Augut .
ol v Columbia
S d St. vs Hofstra
.- wale vs Muhlenberg
State vs Weetern Ky.
smv Wittenberg
vs Dickinson
Teno State vs Tehi. Tech
Cl vs St. Aurstna
vs Eastern NY. State
S t e St. vs Mortltown
vs Ashland
vs Alabama St.
SeaeeState vs Middle Tenn.
A&M vs Bethune-Cook
1. vs VMA
S vs Miami, Fla.
State vs Ta Tkeee
& Marsh ly Lafa-
.ptate vs Diego State
va Alabama
Inst. vs LMncol, Pa.
!v Wabash
SVs Davidsoa
l amilton
To O Mi Rh. ***
PurdueI
vs in
f. tvs IOek H an St.
Ts Missouri
va Mornlaglde
Is GramblMnl
vs Rand-Macon
v Susquehalat
te vs Oklahoma
8tate vs Taylor


Maryland State vs Shaw
x-Maryland vs. So. Carolina
Massachusetts vs Brandeis
x-Mem. State vs Miss. Southern
Mich. State vs Oregon State
Mich. Tech vs Superior State
Michigan vs Pennsylvania
Mflikin vs Upper Iowa
Mnmesota vs Pittsburgh
Miss State vs Texas Tech (5)
Monmouth vs St. Olaf
Montana State vs Idaho State
Moravian vs Albright
Morehead State vs Murray St.
Morehouse vs Clark
Morgan State vs No. Car. AT&
Nebraska vs Kansas
x-Newberry va Guilford
New Haveo State va Blooms-
Sburg late
New Mexico vs Denver
x-N. M. Western vs N. M. Military
North Car'. Col. vs Tenn. State
North ,Car. St. vs Wm. & Mary
North Car. vs Tennessee
North Dak. St. vs North Da.
Northeastern vs Vermont
Norwich vs Middlebury
Notre Dame vs Navy
x-Occldental vs Redlands
Ohio State vs Northwestern
Ohio Wesleyan vs Mt. Union
Oklahoma A&M vs Tulsa
Omaha vs Northern Ill.
Oregon vs So. Calif.
x-Padlie U. vs Linfleld
Pen State vs West Virginia
Phil. Smith vs Leland
Pomona vs Calif., Tech
Princeton vs Brown
Quonset AFB vs Amer. Intl.
Rhode Island vs Springfield
Rice va Kentucky
Rochester vs Oberlin
Rutgers vs Colgate
x-St. Cloud State vs Stout Inst.
St. Lawrence vs Ohio Northern
St. Paul's P. va Delaware State
x-St. Thomas vs Hamline
x-San Jose St. vs No. Texas' State
Sewanee vs Hamp.-Sydney
SmHppensburg vs Millersvlle
Slippery Rock vs Geneva
x-So. Dakota vs Augustana. 8. D.
So. Dakota State vs So. Dakota
Southern I1l. vs Eastern Ill.
Southern Methodist vs Texas
Southern U. vs Texas Col.
Stanford vs Washington State
x-Sul-Ross State vas F. Austin
x-Tempe St, vs Hardin-Simmons
Temple va Bat bridge NTS
x-Texas A&I vs Ab. Christian
Texas So. vs Xavier La.
x-Texas Western vs Midwestern
x-Toledo vs Miami, 0.
Tulane vs Army
UCLA vs California
x-Upsala va BScranton"
Utah State vs a Montana
Vanderbilt vs Georgia Tech (6)
Villanova vs TXaer, 0.
Vrgnla St. v Virginia Union
Vir vs Df .)
Wagnero uv 4- v
WashJpfT Va Francis. Pa.
Wash. & ITfs Geo. Wash.
washingt anr Utah
Waynesbr. vs Westminster
Wesleyan vs 8warthmore
Western IHl. vs Mich. Normal
Western Md. vs Penn Military
Western Mich. vs Ohio U.
West. Reserve vs Wash. U. Mo.
W. Va. State vs Bluefield State
Wheaton vs Northern Central
Wiley vs Baishop
Williamette vs Whitman
Williams vs Union N. Y.
Wisconsin vs lowa
Wofford vs Furman
WPI vs Rensselaer
Wyoming vs Brigham Young
Yale vs Dartmouth.
SUNDAY, NOV. 1
Lewis vs St. Ambrose
Loras vs St. Norbert.
THURSDAY, Nov. 5
Mt. Union vs Baldwin.Wause.
(1) at Reensks, Va.
(2) at Little Beek.
(3) at anwasy Park, etes.

(5) at M sk L, a


Juan Franco Graded Eni


P.. Horse
1st Race "F"

1-Diana
2-Vllarreal
3-Volador
4-Kontiki
5-Fru Fru
6-Tlin Tilin
7-Mufleco
8-Taponazo

2nd Race "E"

1-Pilon
2-Dixiana
3-Bijagual
4-Enriqueta
5-Miranda
6-Proton
7-Malaya


3rd Race "H"

1-0. Wonder
2-P. Canela
3-Riomar
4-Canasta
5-S-ouvenir
--Opex
7-Sin Fin
8-(Alonsito
9-(Otl

4th Race "G"


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Jockey Wit. COMMENT ODDS
Native 7 Fp.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 13:45
First Bae of the Double


A. Meha 106 -Not In best form
J. Cado. 112 -Rates outside chance
J. GoMM. ftx-Poxsible upsetter
0. Cat. 112 -Has good races
J. Bravo 113 -Rates good chance
A. Vas. 113, -Is super mudrunner
M. Yca40a 0a -,rood effort last out
C. KaM 115x-Needs better jockey


15-1
8-1
10-1
10-1
3-2
eveh
4-1
15-1


Native 6H Fa.Purse: 8275.0 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Raee of the Double


R. Vas.
A. Enrique
0. Ramos
R. L. Gil
M. Arose.
A. Gonsa.
F. Hidal.


112 -Back In form
120 -Rates best chance
107x-Nothing to Indicate
104 -Will be close up
106. --Seems off form
101x-PField too tough
112 -In-and-outer


2-1
3-1
10-1
5-1
10-1
15-1
5-1


Native F .P Pune: S75.00 Pool closes: 1:45
ONE TWO


A. Vas. 112 -Improving colt
C. Johnson Iax-Not good enough
A. Mena 118 -Has most experience
J. Phil. 110 -Rates fair chance
L. Giraldo 118 -Likes muddy track
0. Casti. 112 -Nothing recently
V. Rodri. 1lSx-Returns from layoff
A. Phillip .115 -Rider handicaps
F. Hidal. 100 -Failure thus far


even
20-1
2-1
8-1
5-1
15-1
even
even


Native % Fg.Pru: $275.00 Pool elese: 2S30i
QUINIELA


1-L. Lulu P. Ordo, 104 --Begging for good ride
2-0. de Mayo V. Red ). Mlx-Ran well last week
3-Regia O0. Castle. 112 -Has most early speed
4-La Hors R. Vas. 112 -Aims for 3rd straight
5-Romantico 0. San. 110 -Has outside chance
6--Con Valor II Mepa R. O9x-Would pay big price
7-Daniel F. Hidal. 108 -Needs dry track
8-J. Huincho A. Enrique 118 --Could win in upset
9-(Coran J. Gongo. 109x-Tougher field now
10-(Duque C. Rule 118 -Rates fair chance


5-1
8-1
1-1
10-1
"10-1
6-1
8-1
8-1


5th Race "G" Imported ~ Fg.Purne: $450.00 Pool eloess: :55


1---ir Boas
2-Toletaso
3-Vampiresa
4-Golden Ta
5-Compo
6-Tilama
6th Race "0"


1--C. Brand
2-E. Mary
S-Carmela II
4-B. Joan
5-Pintsa
6-L. Frolic
7-Alabarda.

3th. Rtee .'W


S1-Pia Ji
2-Cipayo
3-Rinty
4-. Faia
5--Newrtghton
6-Escandalo
7-Veranda


U. L. Oil 112 --As best workouts even
J. Reyes 120 -Poor recent races 8-. -1
F. Rose 112 -Alming for "long one" 5-1
Lp H. Ruli 106x-Distance handicaps 8-1
J. Bravo 115 --In winning form now even
R. Vas. 103 -*ates outside chance 8-1
Imported 4% Fp.Pame: 450.66 Pool eloem: 2:35
First Race of The Double


A. Mena 108 -COuld score here *-I
B. Arulrre 115 -poor recent races 5-1
L. dOTraldo 112 -Distance to lia S-1
E. Dario 103 -Has good workeft 8-1
A. Vas. 115 -Needs more distafle 4-1
0. Cast. 113 --Seems sure thing even
H. Reys 107Ix- tes. top chance '-.
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Imported 7 rg.P.Pte: 546.00 ool o :
Second Race of thbe Doble .


ullo Rodr
F. Ros
H. Rul
M. Arosi
R. Va
Mena R
F. Hida


1. 114 -Unpredictable
se 178 -Hard to beat
s 1O'-4ongshot specialist
e. 10 -Returns from layoff
R. 11 -On the way up
1. 105x-Nothing to Indicate
l. 9M -LIght weight may help


4-1
2-1
10-1
15-1
8-2
8-1


1-'Legation
2-Cradle Bong
3S-R. Claim .
4-Dalida P
5-Black Bull.
6-Interlude
7-Aprontes


R. Vas.'110 -Vastly Improved
H. Reyes 102x-Nothigg to M l
A. Rodri. 115 -Returnp fro ao
L. Giral. 118 -Distance handicaps
F. Hidal, 108 -In cheap field
R. L. Oil 100 -Has good chance
B. Agulrre 118 -Should sore now


1-Agate I. L. Oil 100
2-V. River R. Vas. 128
-3-Newbrldge J. Bravo 112
4--otmeland B. Aguirre 112
8--My .ea Darlo 106
8-- i V. Castle. 110
7-C. U t 0. Sanchea 114
8-Chlngr i 0. Castle. 116
9-(Relapago II A. Vas. 110
10-(Jaqlttimao L. Giraldo 122


-Not in laea
-Too mach M
-Doeasnlt nM
-Will ftght- ~.
-C6uld -:'
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10th Race '"" Imported 1 MilePurs: IW3G.; loses: 5:40


1-M. Princess
2-Nurlkcano
3-Mr. Foot
4-8. Chum
5-Porte'rs tar
6--Miligo
7--C. Ptnce
8-8" n'sl oon
9-A. Maid
10-ronrado


V. Casti.
R. L. Gil
C. Igle.
B. Aguirre
R. Vas.
A. Mena
0. Castl.
J. Bravo
F. Hidal.
A. Vas.


-Good early pd
-Distance to =iklg.
-In good form
-Form indicates
-In, winning hape

-Rus dtac well
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-Was never better
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S THE CRIMES OF W


WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 (NEA)
- "Augusta, 1950, loomed as. a
dark period in the history of free
nations .."


FORCED to 9 Vin raves,
U.S. and KOK o i ,ers ie dead
whert Reds siot them.


Thus begins the historical re
port of the U. S. Army Wa
Crimes Division's operations in
Korea, which has Just' been re
leased.
But there was an even darker
period to come-"a sordid, un
believable tale of bestial war
crimes" committed against UN
forces and South Koreans civil-
ians by the Communists as they
retreated from Allied advances
With the report, the War
Crimes Division also released de-
tails of war crimes it intends to
present before the UN, a 1 o n g
with photographs, some of which
appear on this page, which offer
graphic evidence of Red atroci-
ties.
"Altogether," says the report
"567,559 atrocity victims have
been reported in war crimes cas'
filesOf these it is the opinion of
legal officers... that 29.815 is
the 'probable' accurate figure.
"Reported LAmerican victims
were 10,233, of which 6113 are
listed as 'probable.'
But the report is dtill incom-
plete. New evidence piles up
every dav as information brought
back by repatriated American
prisoners la evaluated. ,


M ASS MURDER BTTHECOMM1 S took W3 cvillan lives In one
t wh'f the political prisoners were suffocated in caves backgroundi
.elct ion.


ITO A MINM to die, ne of 485 bodies of Koreans mar
Himhma aaop d oul while woman (right) weeps ft


A ~ who died without a ehanee to defend
qs'*- e, O i retreating Communists after they
S .bac. Three GIs died with him.

i^ Must Be Bdrihdyer
Br ) ts MM. ocert V. Jotouon, the
8Btf Ctgn. 'itmer Nik icolal, sad "per-
tlaet legs o? bust measurements
S l" lst uty judges are more
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A 9a 4W a ifnr ba day."

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3, 1a .eno- U ebalr foto 1
PA"IjI n s all mankind
te .on V of p eople
f ..& twas bread In teat0t"s lr '0 ti
s RDI DI8COVFRY Amerloan 961&wlr h eam fn eor, tont ftibUMeaud
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grun..thhios1 hexpectedis baActeout t r. #%
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matter be a Aembly. "Sor'
UK, Ru lae !time who commot-

,Stand Ground At f a"d fo rt
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Peace Powwow ''* -,
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.,meoaasp turdil
PANMUNOM, Kore, Oct. 30o 'e te on up to the
(UP) United Nationseand ptheil'd ,Mondnbywe _-a
9dmmunist representative ar- Dr. Ch4 1 '.i ted
ranging for a Korean .- to a ea4 a in
ference refused tod to: altcr Po I
thet posilon on n al nation Mayo. 'I eleate
particilon. the U.1r,
to sho t=were a
Both delegations deit clear ected _1 "..=
ey were waitingg for the other ut itd ~eIto d S*
the Ug"..
to compromise n nthe lanse of U t,
eutrals taking part l the peace germ .1
settlement. He.
'jH. Dean Irnwd,
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erie then' MU
aAsatamblWp`66 t It
.h1 peale.cnepnpt
lgerents,a.ht ta
,The Comnin
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at. ers,
Th9 fifth uanloni at the Como
41" W"sfree of the of-obsu1 .,W
tons of the last t HeAadded
selensa Dean toQk a 'soft."Whe- M8 hasn
grb ting lne and told neiaen hbr cot
a sensed a betterr attitude" on t the .'
te pa t ..of tlhe Noth IpMMian hs dM the a
_it pen l ... .
]ut he aited aftermte 52''A.
""uo~40. at no progress ga.Lare 0. Ba-)
was MRS. Abe.r, of i + "
affasomlttee, Io
ort Mopdelegate KI SkabhoulC get on record gIor-
-rejec- asa"k mal reaction tthea -
' poaato start the pro- whi should z
swmep a5a.g, Korea, 11onaI tn* t.thut an agen-= for future U
ee bodies dt identify da in or deto qt the time and oslled the doeuma
d). Uwae bdeezse. ""t identitaoek."
e cneen e Senators ,and I 1use 1
vlalbly shakenbyplct .
S "" company an Army f
Red tro victims
effort shou be t
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o., agt.
eWacknowlefte mhlift is -o3. .
to lkehood of u
and create who burned st
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