The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01766

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edmond Sues C IN C U NT NA 10 Wagner Sweeps Democrats Win

P niolNYI Mad0t In New Jersey,
o IIn Landslide
or -2 ,5 01 MN.W YORK, Np ,t4(UP) -A
U O I Democratic, Demo i lee Wept Rob-
ert F. Wa er, Jr., int office aCit
SmmI.or,,of ,emayorr otoY .
i 0 n t D elne f The victory for the 43-year-
Edward Doolan person di- Jam Fostere mond. old son of the late US. senator
rector of the Pana Canal,.was plaintiff, an dimeasurel? et the stage f or an assault next
flted this morning in the U. S. for es ebargesDoolan.rl
District Courtlncn Ancon by with. IMm
Distt Co Ancon by with u diisal as an Democrats on the Albany strong-
adm rer 1952. hold of Republican Gova. Thom- WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 (UP) The Eisenhower d
-on was tatedrent as E. Dewey. ministration was hard hit today by a Democratic election
Rive o and wa bt of oheCivil e e o c Wagner rolled up a plurality triumph in New Jersey which sliced the Republican House
commission and is assigned on of more than 360,000 votes to de-ru p ain o f seas chd tc thepugloern ofis
Jl-J' the Atlante rside. The- pa!t Co. feat Eisenhower Republican Har- majority toa pair of seats and took the governors office
asaBothe A ratc ede o rpay an al old Riegelman and Independent- t f
Fl t amount nt $9,000. Liberal Rudolph Halley in a un-r irst time in 10 years. y
du 0 th, e sult, Redmondu charges u ually light v ote for the na- Democratic leaders called off-year election return
ct du O o ers also that statements Doolan tion largest city. from New Jersey, Virginia, New Yo ten
S who were made in a letter of dismissal are i from New Jersey, Virginia, New York and a scattering
i men wower i nv absolu tely false," and that -the Comlete but unofflbla re- of other states theo beginning of a trend which would
Sburglariing the offices of H. personnel director had "nethee turns rom the city's 4,17 elec- sweep them into office in 1954 and 1956 Repubic
l-.H ma Co. in Curundu, were fflda" i et nor evdienee o any tion districts gave Wagner 1,021,- them
t in d te appre88ed to Ir supot at X a da po ie t Regelman 661.41 nd Hal:- conceded they were in politkat arouble- o a
anien pen frnte eary ten s kind whoever" to support his PANAM&1NATIONAL OLL s hono n a tableau b ls X Isuiee--oInsata rc d or l 4itas. o 8,392.nHle of today.h
Ygr ings o amboain ga ts O e Tha ter dsmisslng him from This wan parPt of an Independence fDay proram in which student all Panama city's schools merican Labor Party cand Democrats e wNew York City's munici
Smorninas b. Astioncof term da in Can altwice, Remond states, anticipated last night in the National Sta lum. date Clifford T. McAvoy ran a election and bea dow, o l publican effort to establish
Scharged-- him with failure to poor fourth with 54,372. .
e r a vr sTte ne he .wderedI h e t T e selection e nciwas te boardnGrnoreapti n w a two-partytsya eine in Virginia.
The heavier sentences were ia lne of dut test of President Eisenhower's Nt ne e o
nl posed anJusthonlano Venegrasd h ao ebtl e s if utat s o t tc. lnree en be hehba t on ularit. | | it yr ort ,nwho
2%a nd David Shirley. 41, whano 24 ui tesht papredlent Ia arian aew SdeR wah eint rein t tered on old cotry weto wa0 o

nresmad ofor w.t 5 theoing ae I who gave thim almos ther Cra bytt latl b .i oneerl o ted by a bare 1500 votelTt
fouwhere and r-te ut st 2at a eprmte drs I o go ed r a, a t Nmton Th nthatt addreOtsc erier se the Psidnt Ehowetr t ra
0fMor oe tha geao stana a ogtual Cou-. forwardeor e thvot e cia o r oa year o lh re ner til






h'een rcoid of phW te were not unconnered nd I hfroe n moq wen ce rw en, retunendetoe. -D o b d $"dbe cath e u n ar g ngent ca nt dor. aoal Deform ratl Saersn
ther r one.tily heiur reuterdocu te t to the Uat Civil erv- But the significance of the which had been T early R pub-c I ls aaul L. Troh t fnor the a
nth e oe nctn. 1 and m ode o InCommissin which was d eo- t nbaWc vote was tempered by the factkal edan since it wa sestabl ishe inte-ha neyer ed he New
i o o Band aal t ly e a noMlayd tnor ar' e d has not been elected on ren Itso ndi D cat e eos ne o .
efive y ear dn t iin sltht sIc a i D ggnzt- C we rl the OP ticketince 1895. o. The vacancy was createdby With1 788 of30 electondi-
.--x 9rimay toa c ietbo-- on th w thu letter Redmondesays, tc p Sy us d VNc C p itspth r e s eli ficcn o g o e d
Pcnami .5 athDClanemadethee f awl omnffi edwsC ro ndoP'"he s r b l Id b Lh- veriBmr VinceftRed utblvor. te atioe ,Demo e a d a

he o ewhrlen uhn o oc- ple e cld urred a n o ,years 0,Jloeddio ersalg fprtte the $40009ati.orn le nrt
sZoneG. to Warhi the Democratic In the o:w




H toe o n6, posuiloty that the i n-.hrwrda eiRcepe eher b an- t.he cacifclde* curred en x pse4 mrigI iyer- s agatol n Lot the Exceleec sta of artiea dc r the nobratlo oe roe-
his erobq usp wajrevos kedp ci dents leading to his ter ina- ofiPry 1 Pna b ertrieh s de Noviembre S onsut short- w-itnadlm t, Canal o e
hL w iOndb W of r e tion were not unconnected with iia. ly a ter the Independence Day John ied described the primary lat e ptember. d ;Democrats. ture
In m15; Thndependent l y^^*ean*^ H .s i neeoeratle eha Vacant-
c. onsequent Sthe February icldent or with The arest crowds in the t ceremonies in IndepeIaeenl Pe mationship between the Uqrit- 2 ndpnnt ca aoa ert .
th et -year s entn. other Incidents which did not ty's tltry crowded Centratl za. o e- Statens an e Panama as "oa Balboa gh',e e New Jersey Democrats also mand Steat ph A. Mnithemn
Sthe enIat et r each official recr- nor otun- Avenue llong the path taken by In addition to the g Day shinft eamp of' intern- elected a i governor, to upset years triumphantly dee ed the New









true stheseoddl oendan eahofcicrs.onruntr Bmd Ha s L esse P osp ect
wed. ilas gren an additional two a ely Mr.iedmond has not en- the colorfully-dressed stude paradetoday's actvitb4 Pan- t-.uitandin which AOA TIDES of Republican control. The vic- Jersey election "a h ow s t
period inlve eThuday t a n e ut. We o a t ee b if, fNov stories were hailed by Democratic a m e decline of RepobIu
e~r .sentencea suspended for a joye a clear record in this re- who mathedi to Cathedral a ami include a parade 0. queens today's tmueald world might High Low leaders as indicative of a nation- trentl In the as In
second chargeso nretornigt o a pe ct eth a ne za yesterday to salute the Mg. elected by different o iz a wel *."- : am : an ar berttreyn r ye s rina' s e
tCnZtis aeind c hant bnferences Juan Franco racetrack was jalm- tIons and bullfights at La Ma- Panzmam police reported sev- :35 a.nm. 9:05 a.m. al trend
Pth Canal Zone afers aeporta- f this ekind cannot be submit- med for the running of the*,,- arena, in addition to official era fht minor colion M. 9:17 p.m. Robert B. Meyne, a 45-yar Virgi n l
The lm000ndependee Day casse receptions by andnforthvsisiting In and up the city este- or ons
sixrepopoum rstldon th is with an.rappr eatsned ethat esnd isnNo w ? 'hhm .victory a ant hestro n
sli pr a l eo eo o on this wyIth an appeal, nevertheless t aCqopreports on casuiltles delegations. day. but Mdicatlons are that no IR rD You o Republican showing in ewl
charge, a a lengthy record eIn must be kept In mind that in a through Panae durig yeo- r6 Special arrangeme were lives wertlost'. nthe tae ea ai oreen
Pa na a o e t e d sm all, a clo ely .k utlh C o m m un itY terd py's el6 ration of the, def m ade by dt e Pa am All aRb n oned autom obile w as t heion bossed by oSean. a ryen.
alhel oePhenamantshaiaCnnnko public's Jubilee acniyert were Railroadhto aceehrbatdaIrefound down a precipice near the i eos
ll Panamt.nL entepeed the edge of emplove puttohns be-not available today as plne of- largenumbers of visitorsrm highway lea to t. Thever ,octe Byrd .
Ho offices on t fo-16,. ad come quite widep.red." fIlafs were either busy esort- the Pacific Side whoo ar ax-lbear license plate sZL.Wi oehoers Sc ieN tWthuepr t
aadopoff werh y. wfound uf of-l Askchar e n h same spowrsce Monday id Demcratic South last year
mad off W He charges Dolan wrote the ang one of the vsltin deleg- peeled to attend t J*ble 12967, was badly damaged butoseeed
fize aquipmost e0=14109 q two correspondence refferredao in bu
typeirite ri e ndu l it dSdraua Di- t he o suitowithde mn e rf rand f tiore or te k lg part in the celea ration in the & ty of, Co- no one was found in the wrech- -__
chi. yi- ht, an purely fro a do- parade hel this mo g.Ion tomorrow. age. POliSaid the car is wncd when it handed a majority
volved In the two bIarl s tosta.h sTre su ris on actions" Reports indicte that 11 mu- A special train wilrun .fom ooP)- 7Yeaovd oue' aressedtntoneci
Injureduerday morning when row morning, returning in tf factory worker, broken-hearted both teen-agers, was found Stanley, 42, of Stanleytows,
R ece ivins Ow u-ye r se srien m- H e states th at D oolan does not L g -.' because he ould noa em a rry han ging onetheecarndorr.tv a a f e r th Ru r n t a -
in the panitontlary Were Ron know him personally, "nor would a te 1zIn which they were late afternoon. In addeid on, ex-! S1 becausetyeen-age weethart tvandwalthu
beuig back-to police hs- tra coaches will be added to the Ishot her to death. then klled Police said the note infer- ufacturer never trailed his Re-
oveu Inw-i h i OffcerM said the oun. very good-looidng," was preg- afford. Va.


M rkstriat- though -he wou deeat ofromp Ieto
rovm.r 4-1UP)-hPri- dnueeptfregarda the-relaxation I le d e of a- The Houe of Commons
micati.tfnsinternational tension and, tomIc warfare and the nydro- hushed
to returntime to time In -A wvoicer W sr eo reaateregardathenresaxationan ?hd-u da es .Ibo
nearly that he w ide ofoi-mchill I~day the hydrogen the preservation of peace as gen bomb" and stressed the into great cries ofd ear
T.bra.ln- 5a. The Chese s IcA. offi-i ".n th r- vig ila4nce Hert i
phi" i and cers merely heatedd the ar- b 1 essened the pros- prime objects of their policy."' need for continuedvilnc. eaTr en ha
go'Ud to be u 1oud." Igument. 'peet ft.a war because "when the Queen said. "To this end 'These fearful scientific dis- "There Is no doubt that if
AIndian 6 said the 'the adva4nie of destruction en- they are ersisting in their ef- coveries cast their shadow on the human race are to nave
prilmer told that The prlael was given no : *ables ea yne to kill everyone forts to bring about an early every thoughtful mind," he their dearest wish and be free
he did not %pofthe was" food or ret end he WUas not *I- else, n6ne will want to kill meeting between the So v iet added, "but nevertheless I be- from the threat of mass des-
hmd i V p- ^ loved to* aanyonaLtA all..." Union and the three Western live we are justified in feel- truction, tey co ma v
di ol. &I e d m arathon rR Seion the-powers...." 'Ing there has been a diminua- an slternative, what many,
pla" M.arathon esai Churbll said the feeling of Churchill, now nearly 79. did tion of tension, and the prooa- them might prefer, namely,
two t i Munro said t ur- "crecesr and crisis" had pas- not attend the state opening abilities of another world war the swiftest expansion of m.
quested repa vling the In X [to sod sifta two years ago be- but remained at No. 10 Down- have diminished, or, at least trial wellbeing that has e'
turned ton ak the neutral naum. R cause the re-emergence of: ing Street preparing his major become more remote, been within their reach or
other chi 5 tr tion Comm n to a m the o States as a great speech on government policy. "Indeed I sometimes have the within their dreams. -
7Th other t tm lieUmit tar future Interview. armed power and the death But the words of the Queen, odd thought that the annihil-
N.tobh.re3( 5 .. 0- of 8tlHLand Russia's present cool and girlish in contrast to sting character of these agen- Studying our own stren
S ott Dozed L okem 'oncelhllit0n on internal ros- his halting but fiery elo- cles may bring an utterly un- and that of Europe under
.at. .th- D zed Looke. S .th-anex.ternal. -quence, were the words of fo eseeable security to man- mass American sield
hurchill. I kind. not fid it unreasonable
Mt' Its 5 FRAImi.,i Id.' 3o. 4 addressed the lBouse "At any rate, it seems pret- dangerous to conclude that
Slt. ,-Pvt. O e Lootkes~ s[ of Co soon after a rL- Now facing his last chance, ty safe to say that a war internal prosperity rather
iu look too l Oly whe be disat Elizabeth II open, to achieve his great ambition, which begms by both side _external conquest is not 'ony
-_- l-' + ,.oed Pa nt In ma testic of bringing peace to "this ter- suffering what they dread ithe deep desire of the Russli
S 3anot- pageant" with a e afrom rible 2th Century." Churchillimost and that Is undnubtedl peoples. but also the png
See Motheruperior (left)ofthe In- the throne. she repeat- held out a message of hopethe case at present-s lessterest of their rule, be
h S i J lf the Immacutlte walks in the Inde- led B ~hes for a meeting of peace with a post-Stalin likely to bceur than one which said.
.Lj t Lt..- I 55- andard- ber stl udMeta. The with qupt Premier eorgi Russia under the "massive A- dangles the lurid prizes of That is why he had hoped
r s l S ad e numN pdted oB a Maleari. merican shield." former ages before ambitious for a four-.por meeting w
-- aloq' I"My government will contl- He spoke ol he "rapid and eyes." Malenkov, he said.


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meats for millions
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dinner tables, are imle -i
THE MAIL BOX members and offiebs"ft
o butcher American dl y the
'0n Mail ei ias an 'pen teoumn oe orders of The .Pm Amer. first moment they could. 0
men. L *tern ae civied goflll end are handled in e whay soeti- Some of theMse J hvO .- *
di oel meaner, blasted our forelgay .
It you em native a letter de*t be Impatiest I i dMse't appe.s the have assailed the nd have ".
next dt. Lesen aen publishbd io the wder received. ordered their union I ]I" not
Flw, f~t~~ the fltters limited teNo pa issIsth., to cooperate in the ,.t t a of
Wi dsy t Nf'.le write eb h in strips eat flideas. the remaining five Ulmuait
1htp easpoper esauisn. ms rwessibility for tatempit as opinis fugitives from JUoa&. e, e of
exprimsd At ett I aes mes. whom, Oll Oreenl "sam,% ued
o to lecture them ,o tact.U "
Higher echelons Ih this union
ON LOCAL CRITICIZERS have blasted the .S. for Indict-
Dear Sir: Inr Owen Lattimore, whqe B they
Seems like to me that folks had ought stick to doln-what still call "an olitstindhg au-
they knows how 1o do the best. Iffen they would do that they thority on the Near Easat A '
would sorta build up a local reputation that other folks wguld lesser leader of this .union hasn -*
look up at an not go running off about things they don't khow actually gone to Moscow on
nio.hin about. Frinstance. Iffen a circular come out with Mr. junket prepared by the maibt A-
Steers or Mr. Doolans name on the bottom of it everybody will clous of pro-Soviet agnieles. And .
expect to read a real bangup top grade circular. They may not he has returned td give press
know what to do about it after they read it but it will sound real conferences at which he releas-
good an interestin. Thats because them fellers has built up a qd Soviet propaganda..
solid reputation foer circular writin an folks has come to expect Yet this union, the Unlt d
nothing but the best from them. An that's good an I like that. Packinghouse Warkses, CIO.
Now on other hand I been reading in the papers about a play has Just been glet a elesan '
called Rebecca. The criticizers who done the writing sounded to bill of poltieal health by
me like they was a shoutin down a empty rain barrel jlst to hear three-man CIO inavstf-atgng
there selves talk. They wrote like they enjoyed writing it even if- committee- decim whln b .
len they didn't know what they was talking about. An they dIdnt. could plit CIO w.e .
The first feller said the leading lady was jist soso and the maid This three man committee -
was excellent an Col, Julius was fair an others was good bad or turned its friendly report In to
indifferent. Then he compared the play to perfessional produc- the CIO executive committee in
tions an ended up on a deep sad note about amachures. He Wahington the other day-and
didn't like it. Then along came the next criticizer an she didn't that body was hit by such tmr-
like it neither but she thought the leading lady was excellent an moll thst CIO chief Walter
the maid jist soso an Col. Julius was this an other was that. Reuther withheld action on the
Then she compared the play an direction to other local shows. findings.
how neither one of these criAcizers agreed on any one in the cast -
or on any point an while I don't like to criticize criticizers it ap- The Investigator;, appoint' ,
pears to me from the way they sounded that neither one of them by Reuther some time ago t,
ever saW a play on Broadway an all there play going experience probe the Packinghouse Un.on.
was right here in Fanama. Which aint much to qualify a person concluded that it wasn't follow-
as a eriticizer. ing the Communist lie any- FOU
Seems to me iffen they would both stickto there headline where. It seems to me that this
writing an knittin they would be better qualified on account of decision must have been prompt-
,they would know what they were talking about an criticizin plays ed by a misguided philool- I By 8
t one of them. fear that it Is flliberal to large .
,I didn't see yebecca. I have a couple of caows on my hands anyone-with beVng sympathetic
een doin porely 9p I couldn't gen away from Mindi wheLe I work. to, or infiltrated by, pro-Com-
besides, most of my hl'cis got an early start on the 3rd of mnists. A bulletin from Washington, where Turks with
november Cinquen tnario an I been sorta snort handed asinee Aact of matter i that i Lnoyor obelehe-in-law. hatlad leit
[bout the middle otoctober'when these Do.s started celebratin. Fagct uofr thin matter i s the Poo re iaBSLrtt'rl. Wsi m w1
the to leruer'.hhpdof.&h&rack. ounces the i alboa7041set rgiv es n t
But all I got tosay in a few words, a few words fer me tlat '.fpalt-.e.n Jack ood ph rt .utl % guriueM li w ad
Sthat the Dir the Directorofthat play should ought get a great biga O ur ..e. fu" ,o ,e1*aWle Jaad bu is i iat o a nd
Vat on the back fer tkyin to bring a real serious difficult hard can be counted o, qr e ceof a.
iece of drama to local, audiences. Comparin that to slapstick eoq ud ~w t) o do nobt Ise. howioS to the peace of
comedy or farce plays that others have giveip here aint smart. A p(erlassailin Amelaa fi hou nseace Y wit So'- dontmi lot, 'lwmlcz a, ei
ustard pie in the face is always good fer a laugh but it dontII .olic authOrient.h n a
k much actin either too trow it or to ch uulli it. A nt e aw theto toui ot-
young bunch of ama.churia attempted it an did It is all aa IoR.-to keeprq i n r._ O .effo.w t isr nother.41. fiee wea ax z.les.n V
SAn especlly since they did it fer fun, fer fr an for or than five a thne tfour "
eye. thana sce evrdideiglferfneee an ban a mih powerful unsel toA
te anr aermi for Com munhleit I --
People that work that hard an that long to offer somethlinthloourlrtf s l to emoler e t y G m er.1 -
to thy gott,.be ood. B li:eever thin e)e in life some Ths tabloid. Issueduder the r .
S better others ,a i P es th Bt t ;mprinatur of the nion's tec- You cllt oa.o r


Slewalk superintendents an local criticizers.appear to me to "We d d knew how c ttlo rc t,000 e
be in the sawe c;" But they wont ho'd up progress much Iffen wa outsaMnin authority o te MIsa a ~o'r
only they wont stand two close to the job which usually gets done r n ho and
all right although there help. n ar.sd. l.
Sad The union then came to the g d.
w Sl lefLn.e of oev, Abe lasxer, leader
,^t the Mo-Commi~ntst United' 'P"-CluS-4Bb ere

infoltratt into the m ovrnmLt tsbert
Sdaks rned |nsa .ooIThis outfit was kicked out of the Amies'
onlytheywnCjeI itself a few years back forA t1

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millionths of a second, the fiery ball from a nuclear device tis-
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Energy Commission's Nevada proving ground. Equhipp h an
electronic butter, the super-apeed cknera used in taking the
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he. Pacific Steam Navigation company
SICORPORATED Bmy RUAL CBARTER 160

Royal Mall Lines Ltd.

FAST FREiGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH' MF RIC.

TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
;M V. "SALINA ....................................Nov. 8

TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA.
SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "IRBETN\ ILI, PACIFICO" ............Nov. 11

10 UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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FORD CO INC.PANAMA-Ave Per Tel. 3-1257/8
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CHRIS WELKIN. Planeteer


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17 Unusual .Ph of 34
19 Prohibit
20 Wooer H17BZ 7
22 Hawaiian food .4 .
23 Units of I2r 3
reluctance 21 Rqi
24 Theatrical
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26 Ranter
28 Noise
30 Fiber knots
'31 Age
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39 Seasoning
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42 Decays
44 Eucharsisti
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53 Air raid w- -
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Olivia Wins Most Prizes .


In Junta Fnmeina Style Show
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A capacity crowd jammd the Mol& udte, madd.l.and at.e. e
RI Theater last ,Suday nil prime, UMr. Viol, Murell. beau- tOday repor"ae ale of 3,1K-
to witness the Junt amena ticlan; Jean Bsut, model. 757 worta 4r commodlties ..Mai
de Beneficencla's Taon an.d MARCEL WAVES-First prive, its sulpua amcas from Jan, 1
St hr-do sow and t1 o ro to Un. r RIrdsi; Mra. Doils -[roa. 1.. _
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pq In. McLanle. who was eMted queen PIN O UBL: Pirst p.ri Mri ,mM 4 gI.pwa 0.e
.nsalt, of the weUlfare organization in Dorothy Dyer, beaultiae Bar- tr. ,
'ce 1948. barsl ernard, model. cond a t o d-
Ud M. Iris George owell served prize, Mrs. Lillian Waelott, beau- l
as master of qw ifor tor the tiian; Blmra WaMl. ., A-.price Oe. .
Place in fashion show. Dae Coastabie H doueatsc .&d export Sale d


oPLAnCLOTd Prim r rize. Mrs. Viola Morrel, oun l o efed cot
.Firut and second pries: M Dr. Wl o Mitdred jon=m=e a W25 BUon pounds t
Olivia Hall, drteamaker; model., tCian Mie =, aD 25 Cionaty p. f
millaeaes a CeBarlt. Dressmake rIth~aw rwh hI a,
CHOOL-WEA Chlidren) models: Mrs. Olivia.l .. w. prmt were uncougsd ei .
FirstpriM,Mrfpli10m1lon, was awarded a cedar ath ago
Second prie a al Beautician with Btw wining
dresmakr; i CragweU. models: Mrs. L.ll.pr Wlcoti. Mp
model. Prize, sllver place set. I 'I /
icbem of PARTY COI6T 'B*(Children ) C..h prizes In a raffle M a -
,lhb wjl -First prl E r]hnresttlne OGal- _ethe Pd aib 4e rh tI L
l is lowing: First primeof $0 by Mrs
will be 1a~riS.^ *ffith -Robfi[7Edth of Aecad A WIRCW H&OWe
apir BenUdd, dAa. hUhd ei S yr-dl 9f
,. d-third prime of $30 by Mb. Car.i. a.urd.y A
S:tt d Mmodel..I Pitters. 0-
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be rad er; Nomi e, M pringst canu of the advanced t

or model. L arden on Saturday et r
*MTl BTR W N- FilZst.pUr, when prize and certiflate ofo dward 3J:LUZ.-pe
Mis VWh. 5im, deeSAbir-; merit will be awarded. de o:-t, f _e -
SLua LAs modelU .. .. .ec.. nd '.euotir tlabp itM .
prit MI a Davldon, dreu.. At Dae.imdisnthei GobdnAe, te.VryRev.
maker: v.m Ford. model the evening be pushed T. _t__.Deeaof_ l -
SecmanM rtina DavidFn. Wilson Hour." Wilsoni 91 a thedralO f St Lue. a
dad Fobrd. matl. ioamusft 1 u pubuc's au of
SThinitrd O artna Davldsn, who will .ao% V- commmilty project.
drsa aHa,:ida Hendy, mOd- ta Fen for s ...-
e .. ments, the ho y his.
de Ben,.- .ditPrz, kcm-. "owill" -o 'y Escaped Convicts :
do Dene- M rs 1i -ro dreasmaker: the o wre be pll by
amponM, dreesm be 3teaad the pubUc ugh Breaking '
4Plate M model. Third iscordially Inv t u&
Iea d.ace 'dremmak- Into M1 ter .
pr .Mr. CHICAGP, Nov,4 (UP) Two
dressmaker. sthmil.aNurses U convicts who. e mepWlfromn OW
OUT.. Bibb Cou10y; XLalt Oct. 21
the hair-do Meet Toniight. were D sb!et thp act. n
.. i ir s I 'lb. burglarizing a uburban.pepn ait
B First prize. Miss The Isthmiia urs Anocts- theater. -
ftanitician; Elean- tior wil hold metW TWegular The t"Ve d Clarltia
ureli. monthly meetani tonight at 7:30 H. Insluto and Del. Ra.
Curls. stp. m. in-the IAra. fmtIn or- ma.. 81111
ott, bean- gas HospitaL. I Van. ta
l, .era1 Rich- Capt. udwti O'eal, post r-
,Wa. Cumber- geon at Far KOee. .wll ratW Iaon t.
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f Wrot prize, Ilucitrateo. eeote on t 100l OftorgtIe ata'*OR
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLA4OUS RESOR
Households .Au ltoM ales ye be s I a lGramlich Santa Clerqm ekh le e.
W11114eb1 A1111I01 S-ir ele tric refrigerationl, gr stoves,
FOR SALE: Kenmcre 60 Cvcle 'FGR SALE:--953 Ford 4-Door S 208 ADe moderatef ites. Phone 4441 or
washing machine. Vey good con- dan, 2-ton blue with ivory top. 4567 -
diton. Vringer type, $70.00 7.000 miles, nev car condition. DR. WENOEHAKE. M4dt Clinic. .
Phone Albrook 5130 Price $1.775.00. House 531-D. Central Avenue 'K streat.. MHouse enbeech S iC
Phone_ -brook5130-. Cocaol. Corner telephone 2-3479, Panama In COOL CMm eM-I I
O' CSALE-l-Frgidaire. good cond.ROIA IL, ie- teehone -rA 1!ti 9
ion Alu:r sell 25-cycle. Call OR SALE: 1952 Morris Miner, REPAIR refinish banmoo furiture, or mse e Iteker th
-3223n twer 5:00 eve~n rg under 7.500 mileage,. in perfect guaranteed work, In front of Bol-
c_.__L_-_Ve -.even r condition. Call Wheeler, Belboo boo Beer Garden. "Jimmy." F otpr C eLe One wil'oet
F-C': SALE -West.nghou.e refriger- 3569 Se 1 Clm. yMl
ator 9 cu It. 25 cycle. Gcod con.-1 FOR .SALE linn.. iPhe, 2.i .-
d cen,. $125 00. 2517-B. Sago FOR SALE: 1940 Bui:k Special FRU I i
A eue. Cccl,. Good condlion. Reo.onable. 8512 WIlUlAMr' I n 5T lnh tl t.
Camparao Place, 3-275A. ll tMLID. Brn.
FOA SALE:-Elecrric stove, 4 burn- n-aaPce3lbe25.__eftp
er re.-ricizraC',r. i.oah ygany dFning- ATCR SALE: Cedp1 r f ior
room cr.d bedroom sat. fine custorr WANTED T I I 25 cc es large, $751j -
Lud furniture. all proctcaly fnlw. Emobie. $200. Both in excellent PIePh Sent.
frnican a c nwWE BUY vour used refri. n tor anc condton. alboo1 6384.Cl a
"%errrcheapo.nArrondeitonntdn Balboa6364.Cleno:i
e chea. r ca you a CROSLEY Coil s ---- -_ Paome 1673
incde to rent o,,artrert aoc. San A. CYms. L f. -.. FOR SALE: schund puppies.
Frrncico d S.t 25-A. Apr. 2 "Avtd Nacinal." neur Tivol Phones 3-1816. P.FORRENT
Sf.Tel2-3-518-Crossing. FOR SALE-Registered c ker Span-
a -I SALE:-General Electric refri- Su -el P ,. blonde. lo, Drty co- IIc -
erator purchased new Mcy $300 LOST FOUND .or. Coll Sjlrdoy 5964-D o Diablo R RE
sacrificing at $220. Phone Alb-cok FOR SALe:--3 peace i I.Les, 14 x bedrooR wEN th lost- td rom. two2
S 2247. inspection t Calle Darien REWARD for return cf large male 6 7! iE6& 3 e6. t I door, bathrooms, bigth clo. 2
No. 5. A -l. 3, Fcnorra dog with 'hick dark silver grey fur 58C-A Coco Strent, o1f1 bethroo0s, b, g khlo Wig ,ra
*o-----w----- -- ---- wrirg chain llar. Cal 3- Phone 2-2378. \ bu cop.'Prlie .'A
S :X4328 or 29th Street No. 14., *0ll os' bus stop Prir e.7 AtB
JispocB on Of (1 Vitta. OR SALE.-Pachols Piano in good Be.lsario Porras Avou;, .
:LOST: Hunt cog "Wclker.' ccndicn. Apply Via Aeropuerto, FOR RENT:-Modem ch1.2 bad-
O m irIlal VeihC O lac*.l uh. ta on .n the Camp C urnc, rooms, maid's oo ht waer
SXo i l Vehicles hi:-,woy. Tlepho-le 3-Z086. Re- .SALE: 2 Contiur chairs. Golf lnsbtalato lid vl. Panam
word. r age ..cney. gcod condition. 22 G Clf Club, La CorroquA Miguel
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Iuependence I 3-2407. roorni ma~l's M at
The annual Inspection of coin- e-- a G o installation, Lod livon
me rc' I vehicles registered in it? (Continued front Pe ) L olf Club; La tiiVa. .M
'Vpna l Zone was bequn MTor""1y Hie,.-.hm,,,.,.. .. Hv o 3-.a
ate Motor T ortattoI D:- Tid o Garsla a I.er- ,l Es
nt ,, eMotor Trrsniportatton D:-
-- i'W rTe, 'rn oco",n I Another accident In Capira .-OR SALE-eautiful home .,n :rr. FOR R
l. ,rrr.r Tial -',i1i'na re-".terdt involved Edward J. A.:en -3. Ccmpcna., pnrr.pletely furnisied A
*-v "-r'al- -'P-I "-thertjo Amerilcan, whose autoio-,+je. 8 cu. ft.'Servel Icebox. All tile "'nion
S ea n. re-i t the rammTed another veile i tr ticor,. Sub terrace. Bad and -v- ATT
'.s on Deemeber 1. suddl cam out of a aile a d Ie o 4 P e. 0n *t tunih
S 'r Car.r 7-ne '- -'iqr ree In front Of him. fcrty mi.ute- bi bedromi t r-
tinrqv rerutrr that all cow-f 80 ld In hi bmailtenni en v T:
I veohiple rir-1InIi SeybIdlnhisbodat. : T 2.75
.l't's.:ed Prn." b- "One of the geat hilitc coast. Owntrw.ibe Oe pr lg FOR RENT:--unl ynmlt
I en e :td ar ePs ul events o the New Wor:d In call 8i3-2212. 't_
iew licenses are issued. i n comn .
SIa4iNlnspertlon laner at 'h, celebration of the 50thl .ainji r- .iI O 4th St- N .t.
ST ranenotstionn iv ,.sary of the founding of the Re
-e -were onero Alcir- rpfb, of P.nama. ..: n.
e Coen" I 'on va-ehI ,'s. .....s- .r i; .l,
'i., willi ,-,',+ drin, "-.e "This event which took wlate v -m C %I'
1i u' ornv14-" tb hor-r nt 7 t, on November 3 19,'3. we.s oi Pe i se A ll f i.
o'cWlock in tO prominr and greatest signific nce t4roughoqt n05 plen r P11
1Io ititt A'cli c kp tVth e Ameries. It wah ithe vital 422. .
S *t-noon on week t1tys untl link in a l"ong ehlon f events A a FOR REN-
,ther notice .. which resulted in the ,sueasfss A SWlXuE,. ET
e econstrncUton oT the Panama Ca- TUPa) .-- C Reptim oret k J
r eanmm rclp' veht -les re ,latered nal, oa of 11 \western aaov ue "4 .. t. 7040,
:i +he Reotbli o" f PanPma nmy I asaed the rederal' Ou~lggm t and Melendde. *
T S-oqrwtied at t'-P. *a-e loe '-I '"These two facts this became to talse t'iffll and ImpdSe atS.- FOR RgNT-Ntedme rer
*,or* effeeti-e n-r-"iber 1. 1953. Inseparably bound in history fe.- Import retrictions on lead bedrerns fumishe#L $ .(
wUill be "lawrl fo' ai.rh vehi- aid t thp hearts of the two anct zinc. St. West No. 58.
Sn onertine with 'or'. n-,... D Bples who are most vitaly T FOR R5NT:--2 nie fumiidi open
Scertificetes pnA w-Irnl-"'iT' earned. The governors. durinir an on- ments milay ispectd. V
S lc"era to "nerate in t'-" 'n"' i~"t Is with speelal ride that cut ve seuon cealong their an Porres No. .
as ff-, Fh-r'1 1- on- we Amerietnl In the uCa 'ir!' conT'o e here st night,
isp vi1 e-' 'flcate ----. Zone cap Jehi with srt nelft also tred :bh the Federal gov- F RE
tn fr 19.4 hp< -en --'.... .ber acete the tinv' le e e"rir. nt give' ip its two-cent
.4 F4" a 'r-r ntdinc, v-11,1 'e- In uele'ratlng this golden an. gasoline tax g let the states o
ltio lon tl-oier is displayed cn nversary of the foundia of buihd their ,roWds unaided. I,
e widsheld. s the RepubHc. A large pa '. They ask4d:,%lat the Intergov- FOR RENT:--Furnmihd "nom wit
55 yUves ae being spent be. ernmental lJ s Commia- kitchen prlfege. 4th of July. Te
emption from thesg ororl- on the Isthmus. Our bopees ad alon give priority" to the 2-5075.
Saor% is el'nwed for vehicles I-' e1 ersoaal asoirtlenas ree~ fues ot f lr UtitUon of
ea* sed In the Intrio r roVn ntimtey saoc'ed wilh t De'eaeton Of o
.f, Pinems when the- are ener- p9na.ma and her bhospitable Go. ee Da iton of daho. andr-
,. .$te In trencit throoli the Can- people adLe of Idaho. a
*a1 7nne on delprrate' t routes. I CharlesI 11 of Nevadaf *
aclfied in the canal Zone Vc- "The cloae asso"IF tions wh'.h r.haged! th4 chemp metal u m-T
'hicular Regulations. hb ve characteriz-d Lhe r.eo le in nozts have wanted a glut in the
Vehicled to be .inSnected a# the Canal Zone and tBese i.l ArePrican uk.trAl causing min-
-Acon m C-e inqr**tbon Iies P. r.amra are tru. P'o in the af- mJU unem mer t. a nd have
Sed t '- e fairs of our two nti .r, v.gbt abqt a critical econo.



a accomplished it at prone to overlook or forget ei- y govenot
thle to avoid a last Qatue atficace of tthe act. fA-itr ,erican miners'
a"an W t!. a.d would sat
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W- d Ha.ll aa on dependent nation. Its strat. Jub W to8U began a live-ay
SmorTf the OO i raS location has made it a y ance engae
atic en. Esta w e of world attenaon and 1 intr n woopohitan he tM Sw
M .), chairman of the old leade are deerly colisclouo veg but w Iand largest,.t
tp Crime CoDmmittee, barn- the grave response ioilty whlc e ht a
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SUS Defenses Said Incapable


AWNl 7V"Wr fOf Siopping Atomic Attack
b\ y Erakine Johnon BOSTON, Nov. 4 (UP) -Amer-'said ther- ,s "great apprehln- gain over our existing powers of
*** o r ican's air t.. nses right now ame ssio" th&4 even the Strltt'egic oi n," ihey said.
; .: .,' | ^ ~incapable of stopping an .tomic Air Command- the nation's No Eizl is director of the Lincoln
'HOLLYOOD-(NEA) Ex-tele ries, "Waterfront" aack by hussia that could de- ~ retaliatory weapon- "Is now Lauoratory, a unit of MIT oper-
clasivel y Yy in3: Gain-;.RoaersO 1i.4 'i.- .troisa sardom to be- l atrey the United States, two vulnerable to severe damage by ated oretne armed services and
%. -. as.tb m <..:. e ry, I o tAe ..ifa ance N. leading scientists reported to- an air attack on its bases." de-oted to technical aspects of
ub4d to ht e&ce-sit4ngo.. P. of Amrlu-in Air. da. air defense Killan, as head of
c flet 'Frever. PFema le" tor ints. "If there should be a surprise The sitintti=.n- ,iot improv- 4iT, has been in close contact
P&kamomtt is 'admitting for the ---oOo--. I a attack. next week, next ed by mo-llising scientific re- %vi'n U. Y. a.omic arms develop-
fa time l tatt she has .her nd It's. Iae -Clarke for the month,, or ev.n within a year, so. races, they sak mei and -r:ense.
hinbts ftled ot the chair marked &alth e lead in the ex hries our defendmg forces would be h .., ., .. uirgng stronger defenses.
irsto'" d "' t' o G.Men" lilma. l n ilanle to in ercept and aestroy ",_The estimed- ere f the two ex'.;ros saci these ave
d .to d 'rt she'told 0- Ipl ammnall percentage of the invA.rdi pins which can~ be major tasks" lie aheaa to safe-
me A' d I tohin a god ibert-Marshall will 04t the invading planes," tney said. i down OQce we have sonrl of guaw the imation:,
dt~etr for certa n s oft leC. ..ctnt on c-.'tural chatter ii he "'nmis is not adequate to prevent th" lnipr emets ow under 1i Con'trol oi he high seas.
tes- I'd eved e for trt a hlad av(te-awhe-aeewt cmmenteI trhe delivery of 100 bombs." deelopmeat ~t1 set jnforma- 2. Defense of t North Amer-
tuae .eI'--" eve"i t ore tr Fa t jfti ABC-TV and radio ..'.. IIii 'President James R. Killian Jr. tn. it Is nuot 00 per. cent, or ican conmnlcnt.
1 tp, Ino "o the ball by of stow s,.'e t Hetrrt M r-BC-TV an of Ma&ds cusetts Institute of even 95 per cent, but t is a great 3. Capadliy to mount a de-
tf-. hrus and roed tat s-ll," packaged by Wllam B. Tehnolog and MIT ph t counterattack on an
there's a placid in i olUywod 1or White, was just auditioned by A. t. HiA writing in/the No- en myrs bases and homeland.
woman ,Jrector" ho network. vetr ber I ssue of the Atlantic 4. Uur shr.re of the defense of
Adds Gln r "I don't man to -oOo- Mont ly said that if 100 bombs : KIN Wes.ern Europe.
hick myelf, ot of the industry. T'yrone Power and Fox are on were tro Ad on selected targets 5. Control oi sudden outbreaks
M experience ce shbut d sake me a.y.. happiest ters In years. Nortd America ti..y wousd such as the Korean attack' June
valuable, not as I wab when I 1,tr a ba s tart during "'King' fdrds injured not bust hun c
dnced vtn Fred' Astaire b of the Kh cer Rifls."ne mayor thousands bu millions
as a different kind of performer sign for moie flickers there, of peO e. e. ------
with a different kind of useful- -oOo- Th son eadsto the conclu
-ooui-ren* NC ro y Ieu g gH ono th t America might not S
ro' -Ooe lscLio sw^urvive this kind of attack even
000 o o heavj ysrfeegun thiouYgh we were able in the
)ldl wo0itoes' yuting oI d I meantime to .roy our enemy! a! NI 'MA
New 'Yor ,e howlU; over. a;Xrf saved him f"M dth or .1 Iom "COCOA
a ad. ene lmen- Int,,A inghter eh ith t ecaring ithe Issues posed by Anolme riop.ersonwboo C O o.
"y In; --the 'nw- ; dlmDn- ram taupesn renerm, er when, It costlessto0pork
S he OUld have been hierleSI .J vul es. .lnerabiltv to EWht ml e iCk n
dopal gli." '" i .......ro $n '.... : GIVE"V6i -anuntty Che 'lttt should now come Lhgn q kt. 1, --..
Q -uot ---he. i bor help provide homes for the .n- the onen," Killian and Bill g ug ar in it.
Quoteof the monthId wlle d aseed, n *ifi oldTer men and ..
Glenda PaPell whgt kindd of a e reer Ameod
role fplayinu aIn "Lgend of coE.en find c rt.
dt one defli ~o 1ro MAKE pueR fuIENDSm ... hny I TA

eo.. go mBd ies Hen Keller BiuAY (I EN'.. I AL


a r ohs tar. as c0Ua Pru yo Dueln e &di asaren... 0.60 iNEW EQUiPMnNT NEW SYSTEM!
come as famousin as te. Oscar group, when you tardiness will rtual sin a
rayios. t Pe.Axled rees" .. 0.15T A Re tEAL 3-D GREAT PICTUyaE


rAo} Ey o N IN'eLe O'M1, ote ohn .t a PiI th n N rt
mr io e,. it': Did, will be iade in W tin dTON. Nov. (lel -- d
an ,3 osndulnd Hele elle' ran her sen
wV eco"tr esas he Mlm eW
Lanoou plnked o t uS -oh l0s" I -r s o ..... -ms -i elteve etinern over President Eis-
ind ewo lsq lind af- dvilmMo .n' hof-rEs' taceStoday alnd sado M
derigitful i and delirios, dPromptness is a fundamental osq ,~l fe hIs "courage" and
ay-00 t of good manners. But it Is even "gentle smile."
The Hollawood Wiomn's Press d ore important in. some sItua-
Club celebrates Its 25tb annlver- tlon than in others. One time The '3year-old Miss Keller, a
Oden Ap yards have be-ou are going some place with er bee blind, deaf as
corme as famous as the. scar group, when your tardiness wlllvirtualmute slnee inacouy In
S .. eep everyone else waiting. Thethe e anl ears she oas worked
Club.ceebrate its will nave penty th time to think to aid the e def and blind, she
LAMOUrths AND INfTluAbION we tyy W t has met a number of t resfdentcs
tn latonay note: Dds orothy and ahate'th e mlel he thaink- dating from Grover Cleveland.
come nasYf no te Os' o up, whenyourt a i s ll reathinkanc in
La our plunked out $1~0 fr o nen- he went n the n
two squirmed, hand-beadeI sw offe uody ad wasledto the
r s for r,;r current personal y
aroes ter ror ctur.nt Personal- t-side of1 his desk bv Polly Thomp-
appearance tour. The first !a- bly the fireri-son, her dompsanion fori 39'years.
ranry she wore IA novie cost wCe
.lo0. ed in rs Miss Keller reached over and
,e Ino ran her fingers across the Pres-
Barchghae Whsi t lgnwW O r'" dent's face. speaking though n
Bschement and child Miss Thompson. who ommrun- .
satlemenAd t and citd estony -tbw lrwith Ms Keller n a marl-
upapers,.Ud their dlOa 19 h0wl m language of the harnd,
arslted n the A'n parts. she asked ElsanhoWer to smile.,
V aip er d or"You hav rd nice smile," Ms
11%o Prd Keller tolo .rese.t. i '

S~~~ur' his. fine face amd gentle smile- ,.,
nAbe that L o Ie'sunburn I felt thetobrage and thougjt.
o1t4f. Is mnad enough t-'p ... ..4 tat carre ith
her string, at mie c l~Tlot Ii" Rt carried him Torougl A at'~.
for the ban placed on her asi mo ll e8 r ta ~- s atea a wrio lst S*
plcUits-t rom RKO'a "Bon of 0so OU _S 7.. Qnl I -sn
rieiud," the dane wa respect- j to receive the Order of the.
able enuugh to be on TV," walls wew' Ian leIm th, Br
Kale an. '.
tots of movie Shebas are mem- V., ,_ ,
bes of Kaatan's following. but
she says she got hcr ':i:e: t thrill i
"when rdHa ,..h .ed in
on my'thow one n: a ok"a ,.
front chuir and d". hole
.out~ine a)ng wi~wt e 4she"U
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TV TIDBITS ."
HOLLYWOOD ON TV: Good
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Foster Ino-ln p. e' new


John HODIAK 0 Linda CHRISTIAN
"BATTLE ZONE"
Thursday "GIRL WHO HAD EVEiTHWINGO'


CRIST,OBAL
Air-Conditloped
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LUX and CECILIA

The Supreme Screen Achievement of Our Time

"S AL 0 ME"
In Color by TECHNICOLOR!


-with -
RITA HAYWORTH STEWART GRANGER
CHARLES LAUGHTON and a Cost of thousands!


TROPICAL
WIDESCREEN *
TOQAY on the Stage
At 5:00 & 9:00 p.m.
THE GOLDEN VOICE OF THE
AMERICA
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LOS 3 DIAMANTES
- On The Screen: -
A BIG PICTURE
RELEASE!


ENCANTO
Clark Gable, In -
"NEVER LET ME GO"
Vittorio Gassman, In
"CRY OF THE HUNTED"

CAPITOLIO
James Mason, in
PANDORAA AND THE
FLYING DUTCHMAN"
Richard Greene, in
"ROGUES MARCH"


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BRIDGE IN SEARCH OF WATER-Folk along the rad bl-
Itween Solomon, Kan., and New Cambria, eight miles away, d4W
a double-take when they saw this 140-foot bridge rolling merri
along on dry land. It was headed to replace one near NW
Cambria that was washed away in 1941.

Panania Cana l&Aeaters -f
SHOWING TONIGHT! -

BALBOA Howard KEEL*E Jane GREER
Alr-Conditloned DESPERATE SEARCH"
6:15 & '7:45 Thursday "THE RAmIDE)
DIABLO HTS. ex HARRISON LMU PALMER
.:15 L.& &: "THE FOUR POSTER"
Thursday "ANGEL & THE BADMAN"
Pedro Miguel (Th ndy)
7:00 .m. "Way of a Gaucho" Technicolor!

G A M B 0 A Donald O'CONNOR e Yvette DUGAY
7:00 p. "Francis Covers The Bigown
.Friday "YANKEE BUCCANZEE"
G AT U N ctnray)
'7:00 pm. "THE BLUE GARDENIA"
MARGA TA Anne BAXTER Richard CONTE
MARGARITA I s^ mad cor ,
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Valley River Runnerup;

Races Slated Tomorrow


Carlos Alberto Duque's expensive King's Prile:
completely justified his high rating yesterday after-
noon at the Juan Franco race track before an over-
flow crowd when he raced to a ridiculously easy vic-.
tory in the Iichest horse race ever run here the
$26,000 addeo Cincuentenario Classic over a dis-
tance of one-mile-and-nine-sixteenths.
the various visiting delegations
The big crowd bet a total of that are here for Panama's Cin-
$16.217 in the win column on this cuentienario celebrations.
rarc in the following manner: King's Prize paid $9.80, $8.80,1
mutuels choice Amorin $7,557. and $4.80. The quiniela with Val-:
King's Prize $2,622. Main Road, ley River rewarded the lucky
$1.906. Great Game $891, Valley winners with a payoff of $68.60.
River $837. Royal Alligator $635., The winner negotiated the dis-
C o, Au Vin $551. Govonder $43'. tance in the sloppy going in 2:57
Anelia $405 and Mirzatoats $375. 1/5
The start was almost perfect Races are also scheduled for
-with Great Game and King's tomorrow. The feature will the
Prize outsprintiny the field to $750 "Cdlon Day Hpndicap" for
the first turn with Main Road, the track's Classes "B and C"
Amorio, Royal Alligator. Mir7a- horses. Jaqulmazo, Florera,
topt.. Goyonder. Valley River, Chineri and Arkansas are ex-
,Anglia and C'oq Au Vin close up pected to stage a thrilling duel.
in that order. The dividends:
The horses began to string FIRST RACE
out on the run down the back- 1-Filon $6.80, 3.20, 2.60
stretch. Great Gamre continued 2-Kontiki $3, 2.60
in front with Jose IBrvo4, n1 3-Malaya $5.
on King's Prize. rating the SECOND RACE
Prize confidently in second 1-Double In $5.20. 4.20. 3.80
place while Bias Agu irre 2-Tom Collins $9.80, 4.60
,hustled Amorio into third 3-Astoria $9.80.
pIwee. First Double: (Filon-Double
At the turn into the homir- In) $22.80.
-t 'etell lie first time around. THIRD RACE
*King'%s Pr'e had moved up a- 1-Piola $5.80, 2.80, 2.80 '
onsidee Great GPime. Amorio 2-Tap Lady $2.40, 2.60
kept in third p'?ce. Anglia .3-Mprfil $10.
fourth, Coyonder fifth, Royal Al-. One-Two: (Piola-Tap Lady)
ligator sixth, the disappointing $15.o0.
Main Rod had dropped all the FOURTH RACE
w.sy beck to seventh Valley 1-Alonsito $3.40, 2.80, 2.20
River eighth. Mirzatoats ninth, .-Souvenir $4.60, 2.80
and C'or Au Vin trailed. 3-Brisa II $2.60.
The three-way battle continu- Quiniela: (Alonsito-Souve-
ed until midway do*n the back- lpir) $6.60.
st-etch where Bravo gave King's FIFTH RACE
Pri-"- his head arid the classy 1-Biscaya (e> $3.20.
four-year-old bay son of Big I SIXTH RACE
fame-Steadv Aim raced away to 1-Choice Brand $11.40, 6.80.
a long lead which he easily 2-Toletazo $7.20.
mrintained to the finish. .SEVENTH RACE
4morio responded briefly to 1-Draco $6.40, 6.20
1 -,lirre's desperate urging but 2-Pincel $4.60.
he was not equal to the occasion: Second Double: (Choice
and wsB easy for the strong fi-: Brand-Draco) $49.80.
n.lhin< Valley River which camei EIGHTH RACE
up with 4 game finishing rush tol 1-King'sPrize $1.80r, 8.80, 4.80,
take Aecond place five lengths! 2-Valley River $12.20, 5.8 4
behind the winner. 3-Amorio $2.80.
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CLASSIC WINNER King's Prize, Chilean Jockty Jose "Pace" Bravo in the saddle, Is shown
with the tradition l horseshoe of flowers over his neck while being held by owner Carlos
Alberto Duque and.trainer Alberto Pereira. ,
TROPHY PRESENTATION- Costa Rica's Presirent Otillo Ulate presents the winner's trophy
to Miss Lilia Duque, owner, Carlos Alberto Duque's sister, while Panama's President Jose Anto-
nio Remon, Nicaragua's President Anastasio Somoza, Bravo, Duque, Pereira and others look- on.


lengtlbs ahead of Goyonderi ley River) $68.60. 0 W et Vn W A "
held on to..jtake fourtWh NINTH RAC I
another" fou?. gthls in .-In Time $T31.40, 5.60. W o V r i a W ill A
a weak move'lin the ft -'i3-Portobelo $2.60. Bi W t P r m
r -to pass Great Game in One-Two: (In Tlmi-New- DWIG- Ith' Pnm i onn
ial strides. Next came Mir- brighten) $97.6e. NW l Pe '
s, Royal Alligator, Anglia '
'oq Au Vin. J a r YREb' iAsk
trophy presentation I E.0By United Press Taylor says "We use what origKnal M n-Wi!tl.on
monies were presided by 'v1uai F ralcO I ips we call a free lance' method. Written for N Urvice
Rican President Otilio The West Virginia football! The end is supposed to be at a
on whom the honor was y CONRADO team will gladly accept a bowl certain nlace at a certain time. Q, Please explain -the term
rred by Pawnaa's Pres- 1-Fru Fru Tilin Tilin bid-but only :f the Southern But we never tell the ends how shooting the gap.
Jose Antonio Remon 2-Rosario Royal Claim Conference sanctions It. to get there," adds Taylor, "just A. The spacing of linemen on
still another President, 3-Sixaola Don Jaime President Irwin Stewart says so they arrive." defense usuallyleaves wide gaps
agua's Gen. Anastasio 4--Golden Wonder Romantieo West Virginia definitely will no'j Stahford plays Southern Call- Which are thye repeoalllitv ofa
aa. looked on. 5-Riqui Redondita ask the conference to lift its ban fornia this Saturday and Taylor lnebuckers. Shboting a gap is
as the first time in his- --Compo Beduino on .post-season games. The con- says he was thinking of adding when a linebacker, te moment
ht Ra local horse race was, 7--Scythia Pin Pan ference prohibits members from new pass patterns. "But," says the ball is snapped, rushes
d .by three presidents S-Golden Tap State Barge playing football after Nov. 30. Taylor, "I don't think our boys through a gap and iries to smear
pnrously. In addit ion. 9--Florera Arkansas You may remember, Maryland could learn them in time. Any- the play in the backfd 4 before
were many dignitaries from 10-Verticordia Mallin and Clemson were suspended way, the old ones seem to be the play can get sta .-
last year for accepting bowl working pretty well."
bids. Those two schools and five That shows more confidence
others spbsequentlv withdrew Ithan the odds-makers have in : Natural gas production reach-
I0 110 O 11 S OI gra- and formed the Atlantic Coast Stanford. Southern Cal is a one id a new high in 1952 of 94. tril-
Conference. touchdown saix point) choice In Hon cubic feet. This was a gain
o -- Scouts from the Sugar Bowl the early line. of 8.4 per cent over 1951.
and Cotton Bowl watched Weyt- -
ice "F" Native 961 Fxg. Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 3:35 VIrginia beat Penn State ,20--
5275.00 Pool closes: 12:45 ia.e of the Double Saturday for its 12th straight. --------- .-.--.---....-. ..
st Race of the Double 1-Vampiresa A. Vas. 114 win. That's the longest major'
ufieco M. Ycaza 104x 2-Compo A. Mena 110 winning streak in the country
larreal A. Gonza. 102, 3-Invernal 0. Casti. 115 Several smaller members of
u Fru J. Bravo 115 4-Tilama O. Mazue. 116 the Southern Conference are
in Tilin G. San. 109 .-P' no B. Acuirre 118 expected to lead the campaign
atite F.Rose 1188 6--Albeit R. L. Gil 115 against tet bowl ban. The
sa B V. Rodri. 112x 7th Race "D" Imported 1 Mile smaller they would ams are sad part o re-
ponazo A. Ycaza 107x, Purse: $600.00 Pool closes: 4:05 ahse theyb would rean part of a
--- Second Race of the Double bowl *rv es it a I member
ace "I" Imported 7' Fgs. 1-Scythia 0. Mazue. 116 school Sbsins a major game.
$375.00 Pool closes: 1:15 2-Piropo II V. Casti. 113 meet in 8ahm ond, Virge wil
ond Race of the Double 3-Quo Vadis E. Darlo 100 mect iv ieCmond, Virginia
terlude R. L. Gil 102x 4-Pin Pon A. Mena 108 early Ia December. The nues
Claim A. Rodri. 118 5-Hurlecano R. L. Gil 112 tion utdoubtedl will be
raca A. Mena 115 broughtt up.
nation H. Ruiz 101x 8th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.1 Wetwt Vrl inds up
estilto G. Ramos 107x Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:40 We Vrini wnd up a-
)sario L. Giraldo 115 QUINIELA vaain$. Virginia Tech, South
1-C Green O. Casti. 115 Carollaa and North Carolina
ace "C" Native 7 Fgs. 2-The Dauber 0. Mazue. 112 State. -
$325.00 Pool closes: 1:45 3-Golden Tap A. Vas. 112 !The. collegiate spotlight falls
ONE TWO 4-Canajagua H. Ruiz 112x on PhiladelpHia this Saturday-
sikito H. Ruiz 103x 5-Bedlam D. D'Andrea 118 and it looks lik, another rough
n Jaime J. Gongo. 101x 6-Carmela II L. Giraldo 112 afternoon .4pr Pennsylvania. A
laria F. Rose 113 7-State Barge V. Casti. 113 crowd of 75000 will watch top-
Kaola L. Giraldo 112 ranked Notre Dame- a three
ranquin A. Ubidia 110 9th Race "City of Colon touchdown (19 point) favorite -
chito A. Enrique 118 Handicap" (B&C) 7 Fgs. take on the Qtuakers. The un-
Purse: $750.00 Pool closes: 5:15 beaten Irish still remember the
ace "G" Native 7 Fgs. ONE TWO 7,7 tie- thKey played with the
5275.00 Pool closes: 2:20 1-My Dear F. Hidal. 103 Qutkers last season. And that
QUINIELA 2-Florera A. Vas. 110 should-maake Notre Dame even
ro'o J. Gongo. 107x 3--Arkansas V. Casti. 110 tougher.-
Wonder A. Vas. 112 4-Chingri B. Aguirre 110
mantico L. Giraldo 110, 5-Relampago II J. Bravo 110 1Coach George Munger, whho
Huincho E. Ortega lllx 6-Jaquimazo O. Mazue. 116 leaves Penn after this season, i4 .-.
niel G. Ramos 97x1 7-Homeland A. Mena 104 hoping ,for an upset. Munger
lador C. Ruit 118 says "We should be at toP (NA Telephoto)
Lulu P Ordofiez 104 10th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs. strength for the first time this NAVY SINKS adding around right end is John .Lattner of
de Mayo Julio Rodri. 110 Purse: 5550.00 Pool closes: 5:40!qeason. Maybe we can..." and Notre Dame. -And waiting to bring him down is 8tei w a l~pn-
1 --C. Prince F. Rose 112 then Munger leaves the rest of hauer of Navy. The play ended in a fumble which Nav~t re ov-
ace "A"-~ active 7 Fgs. 2-Mallin O. Cast. 108 the sentence unfinished. ered. But Notre Dame, using reserves through more than hali
$375.04 Pool closes: 2:55 3-Mingo R. L. Gil 102 n the game tt South Bend. Ind., slashed Navy. 38-7,.
qui B Aguirre 116 4-A. Maid F. Hidal. 108, 3O.the West Coast, Coach
Enea M. Arose. 116 5-R. Light L. Giraldo 118 Chk Taylor of Stanford feels
na Roi A. Yeaza 110 6-Verticordia B. Aguirre 11 sowt for scouts who try to fig- '
dondita I,. Giraldo 108 7-Forzado A. Mena '108 Indlans' passing pat- TW It ... idt*. ed lI..6;
m Temi A. Vas. 120- 8A-Sun's Moon J. Bravo 114 as ylor says even he does
9-Porter's Star H. Ruiz 107x 't knew where the ends ark e
se "G" Imported 7 Fgs. 10-Scotch Chum V. Casti. 110 Iostt weu puditerback Bobby
Garrott drops back to throw,

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Lopat All-Stars

Win, Giants Tie

In Ja panGames


(By U.. .)
It was a win and a tie for Ar.
merlcan baseball players touring
Japan. '
Ed Lopat's all stars hammered
out a 10-0 win over the Japanese
All-Stars at Tokyo. The New
York Giants settled for a four-
all, eight inning stalemate with
a Japanese all-star team in Ha-
mamatsu. The game was called
by darkness. The Giants leave
Japan today for Korea. They
won 10 gajbes, lost one and tied
one in Japan.
The Lopat- All Stars boosted
their home .run-total in Japan
to S331 11 games. 9d Mathews of
Milwaukee, Lariry Berra of the
New YQrk Yafkt and Eddie Rob-
inson of the Philadelphia A's
homered yesterday. Robin Rob-
erts of the Phils pitched three-
hit ball over the first six innings.
The All Stars end their Japanese
tour today.,
In this country. Cincinnati
Manager Birdie Tebbets has
selected Tom Ferrick as his
pitching coach. Perrick was a
playeo-coach under Tebbets last
year at Indianapolis.
The. Baltimore Club says It
will ppend up to $700,000 for out-
standing players, Oriole Pres-
ident Vlarniee Miles hopes for
a 6ne-million dollar advance
ticket, sale by the first of the
year. One-third of that amount.
already is in.the till.

Senior Championship

Golf Tourney Begins

Nov. 7 At Amador
The youngsters.,had their day
In the recent Caribbean Juvenile
Tournament so the' Amador
Tournament Committee feels its
high time the Senliofs have the
spotlight in an event of their
own,
Arrangements, are p ar i
pleted to coqxi t a eilbr's
Championship Tournament for
the Ft. Amad&g OoUf Club (male)
members at tl*oiaX or',.C e
comi'encing on Saturday, Not-
vember 7. qd. endg AM
Day, ioBwbf':r 1' ; T,|s--
will be open to all male Club
members .50 years 4r oldertnd
will consls -of 36. holes, .,medal
play, with full handicap .allow-
ance. !
The Amador Club will present
trophies to the winner and. un-
nerup with the, eventual winner
to be known as "The 153 :Fort
Amador G ol f Club Seilors'
Champion."
Fub l details and a -sign-up
sheet are posted on the Club'bul-
letin board. All seniors desiring
to enter must be signed up by
6 p.m. Friday, November '.


Classic


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Bulldog Gridder 'I Next

To lt Outing' Tomorrow


er xA er f otendueseeingmore aM reetono
t etbll the BuUdokL ami~ has 'promises
Sbee y this sea- of en a fie guard before he
son, t'pL *boui tWe give plays a last for BBis.
,a 4?$ .a' the wis ho At the ,degWtr position' Ban
make te 'foprttU- !aIboa Oressang hasbe"-nin. a clasby
Brilaog. otb" lag, e alon. himself until Jltreeently.Gres
*W The dds'l Wpl Sa.n a senior, we.gS
their twit t last 1ga6% of the lately found plenty ofrcompe1
soaasi thi Thursday ~gttwhen tn from Junior Charle Hm.-
they tangle With- the Athlett c er with 180 pounds on hlS
Club .Rajs at Balboa tdilt, foot foame. Gre" ng has played
with kikoff time at 7_Pn. rom tremendous football for the
.,At .he guird pO oSn4 the B~dogs this year, and once hiS
BuUldoks i. used vOW,9as com- knee la right again will be ex-
bta ot YO t pected to .do asme m* e of tsi
S. eoostent reormer same. -
of tu h bltnh -tax nte b M Pulton holds down one 61
Gltud, who lettered j JuniOr the tackle births and aisan "-tr
last year,, and has he&im the man" n the true sence ofti'
at t ,itn g right-ta.d pot word. He hae played lust aboift
thoughput ethe vaeny. id eery Mlet revery game thu
weighs Al0 .h abbj.snlor ran- year w exception of
ng- ma at le d tA. C. gme. At 179 pound
Tibbets welsiv.' betthas -im,.all league holdover from
been Umlted- largely to 6ftfnlve 1052, has been the backbone of
work this $'asin, LJth;cetter the Bulldogp fine llne this year.
Dan GresSag moving to the de- Tommy Hale, junlor..Sob Bri g-
fensive guard spot. Hal Sorrell, ham, senior, and BID CampbeU
only a' sophomore,. .ha been another senior, have xI shar-
ing the Utime at the otM tackle.
al e as done most o hsbe dq-
Ear feuIl work, and has done
Rk .t 'a trell. r



That hi guya. named Sabde s lo ie.h i a dangereqt
haa-. ut i nelf back. on the laM n re.eirr, a godn blocker,
side ", a l .reeiera~ pos best A
A Very ti e r-e svely. tis J fres an .'
Sandeha dedd Utridint Don Huff bhs split playln~ thts
for- the time being. Sande s~ts at the other flank position: Jef-
he defilnitalv won't ride In New fries is a.aenlor, 1-uff a junior
Yprk anyratre this ,season. It letterman. oth boys are very
ends Xov.,14. capable and give .the Bulldoes
det 'A .." My plaVi aren't plenty of strength at the ends.
definitei, I.hope t. get to Jeff Goodln, a sophomore ull
ir ridaa-thi winter. The pres- from last,, yesa? J:.-V. has seen
sure ofthe.comeback has .me limited action this ,year. 'and
nerlvousI d Stl upt.' .. bids to bea tr p 'flJgbt end In
i I .".. teyears to'c me.
r Thes are the boys who havi
tober fifth P lew Yorkater a doande the majority of that Bou
1-yea4r payoff. Itwasn'a o-n c anom- loa the pisy eaor and BI
pete suctees. Ma only i ein u og l yearnd f
nine -starts was "MIN raey tnem in Eactb o tun
in" O a^ 14 t,.. the, Thursday at BaIboa 81adtun
on Otobe1.4t.., the,t whe the 'Blldoga pay host ts
bands, aoceated -.nmouun a.ta thsrq Athl ,team.
uiwkelj A 0.0endtrne 44.. .
!mopey. wlch. is the .reason- ."' .
dlet e 'm.n1dkat that47 ad- ATef iways
,Va:jcej "g te. ,.ftde had sd he,


-t"raa z Ae. had, trouble 'rtlwO dil' entered th

flnm It litttit hard- keeping *ral 6f Cbfl te ed toi
his ight down, I hpe hs, an pl y in the. ternoop 6oe ait.-
jtiod a couple oW horses46 ti0nla. ed out. PauI e Kleyan played
I don't thtak Sande s jhJu14be very nie round 404 1. net 64
rising at his age." and was low net winner In the
wSat4h ao. Le ohad trouble Alyce French and Irene Roldn-
with weight. He ballonnedt 140 son wre td for second with
pounds In, ccent years, yet par- net, 74 and Alyce won on the
*ed down to 115 for his comeback draw. The second flight .was a
And it left him gaunt, Unevus tie 'with Margaret Ablrr atd
and weak. Mare Bel4on each having a met
* .___ ..._ : __._ 0CB| the draw, Margaret woA .
Sa ha 'ayne played her sist
Sam withth te.Amador gala last
B thrsddy. She sites with her
ftapily to the States this week.
Everyone was ilahing .Marthia
g ood' golif and a happy tour
at Ft LeWord Wood, Arkaisas.
Du& to' the Cincumetenarie
holiday, the Aniador ladles did
Vnot play -att aama this week.
'1. ext week the exchange Ladles
Day,. be resumed Tuesday at
Panana Country Club and
Thursday at Amador Golf Club.
Tomorrow a "Beat 9" to urna
met, -usin three-quarters
S handicap Wl i played. Startlt
--e at tthe No.I tee, t.
Amabr. Lets hdve another big
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Rins See Season's First Win Against Bulldogs Tomorro
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jk AU BUS Defends

UnbeUatenRun

f12. Games
l *i e ] ] .. r -- ,.. ,
The obird night of the -i Iban d total pinfall. Bensen's O3 2 a
Bowling League's -tBin nr ent dwo the second game for the Thbe Atletic Club Rams will
found the teams stan .g aS fl- Ace'saand also st a new high be gunning for the first victory
lows: single for cl A. Tortoric lel of the season tomorrow night
Tham W L Preept the Powells with a8 and C. night when they tangle with
as 11 1 .l17 Wright was next ilth 468. tbhe nh l fying Balboa Bulldogs:
tam2 8 .600 tt' .. Defeated by a resounding 32 to 0
Tam3 5 7 .41L l. trou' s 2 paed the score Wer this season by tiese
ChrvWa Balboa H .4W17 h WiteHats to a three point win samwe ldogt, the Rams will be
ear 5 4177 o rthe e Cale Carlbe team. It ffsr better equipped to deal with
m 4 33 was a scratch match even the their opponents this trip.
As the season advances, thethe CaNibe'1 had a. blnd score. ,After their opening game
"bllnd" problem appears tohav Noel Olbson sr led the Carlbe with the Buldogs In Septem-
ettled o tht the t ar notam th 491 and Johnson was her, the RI .i came t life and
handicapped. There are till one e behind with 47 The mde e*eellent showing in
or tiwo wo ndot show u n P match moved the H3a into sixth th. J6 te tieina for sce.
Tlrldaae nihtj but a. thS plaE just a point behind the *a wih the Bulldogs.
_Ja rSd&Y i ghts ,but at otbtiaX oE
time of the year' It is probable C-rlbsteaim. "_. T 52o eating was against
thtt other vnta tke preced,- Twm W on tet the rtotl team, and on a
ence. ,our teami l t feurePst Office 21 1 Weft; liYe*ld., they lost a 6
&r to n.,j slltl i Wrixht Bros. 21 '12 pht POe oW a.
h o4ed ra w ed M l's O 13 hea~ iu el of the Rams has un-
a Vo tue. T e does Ace's 1 de Ir e many changes, but now
not reqa-it -pnso toE pay eno- Ci "at i' 14 I, tle, hive a formidable lineup
tra esIe a s these are borne Whe Hats. 1 .19 io throw at the hh schoolers
bot 'til al Bowier. oke waters n1 20 In the backfield they have thrce
OiB 't e 19 1 a mon m- Powell'sa 1 -0 of the best rtunnin backs In
13 juicy pol knock. TOP *, at left hilf, Bernnle Herring at
ing bOyS Out of. acond Larrabee 184 fullback, -and Wally' Trout at
nto'&t iLwith two Hogan 180 rftt hit. All these boys ca
otaer I". .thirdedrlac.The Bensen 17. 17 run, pa. and kick when called
bear menwere handlcatp#by a "'R6? o to d* .
blind but the a,$ I$ cond Lame Gllgn 175 T**-rn i 1-not without Its
rolled tewni Wld have AWnrp30todit 175 utaadoes, Domn Thomas, whd
been hard to beat. HoweOl rolled Wae .174 ei I s fitball at Crist-
. Ifp 51S9 to tie Tankelsey LeUd* 172 ht 172L i down one tac-
forbrd high i-eries while ls V. VAnd"rap 171 ,i a t eery elflent fishion,
Edt~t h Ck takes cate of an-
214" le In the second game Sak er' 171 a Cherry take eate f and A
excds tis present second place other tickl birth, and A
are the p weeks i Neekar is he equal of any end
On mthe doing alleys, & hlase A w.r 57 8 playpg hbee this year.
Banks' umber a team murdered tla 6
Sears Catalogers by a score A fCBowe 4 Balboa High, riding the crest
871 to 747. The imposing '71 C we 481 of;a 12 game undefeated streak.
place& team 6 in first place 'for POST OFFICE rl in the thick of the
first hgh team ga by bet- Wallace 185 194 t for the Interacholastic
tfin the presenthgh by 1 pin. 1oe 1 4 18 564 League title, will be going all out
h presdnt h p by Koerlig 149 156 124 4 to Win is one. They will most
Although thTey racked up a 816 Grier 171 134 147 45 to win this one They wl ost
total in the second game, the six Brown 129 129 195 certainly be favorites for this
toa men couldn't hold Sears Hoan 193 182 203 578 qe, and the Balboa coaches are
wh6 em back to take the point lust a bit concerned that their
by an 57 score. In the third 82 95 8 18 lads might 0e, a bit over confi-
game, team 6 fell by the wayslde Handicap 25 233 69 dent about this one.
and t the point by 87 pina and Handicap
stand at h o s them tO b -7 and Fans are reminded that the
tha^t poaftAsc cost themto-M 01i" I *e2 4 ,m 1 slated for tomorrow at
t pli faq. v4 pins so that Vs. W RIGT 08. DPLaboa tdi um and orrowff
pltg the a celleniit start they Sanker 20 167 176 5P 5 time I the usualmd kick off.
mnai toI salvage only en R r 12 1 176 5 ti~ a the usual 7 p4.m.
point. trs.a cot .t la 8 W lnstad 182 146 17 48 ,

tDotis* r se... 1.40172 Pacific.oW baIl

sum=e his & league lead e
A average to re LOUIS 158 111 181 M50
W 2? 167 11 506 Shiad gTa.omorrow
Holland 11 14 11 4 51.

Anderson 117.-2 Ik-.
b ...t.,V:38-.-.. tomo row "at
entire 'ra i_ 9 ,,. u # 4 the Kulht of Columbus Hall on
tnoo Iiaat te teams WVmi8ni0 lA i Belboa R All persons inter-
have tadt a 6Bah stride. 3I 18 l lo ed < ated tn the League, especially
geniar however, an teams are oper (blUt.) players, managers ur prospective
exceeding their entrance wer- 11181 1 ..11 .5- players or managers, are urgent-
ages.. t. John 1u 187 25 574 iy requested to be present.
The following are last Thurs- ts~13 148 It entp
day's resultA: Walker 1W 171 144 41 tl presently planned to have
Alleys I S Ce ..*era _. a league for the 19M3-54 season
Sw-s. Team 2 71 7 2 4M of atleast fite teams. The first
Ba r 14 153 124 M Handicap 3 3 z 3 sa omf th sason wll be Ply-
Tydom lie .146 1466 421 __ ed Iemm__ _e ediately after Chrmu.a
S*Tiemr 18 127 145 49 749 3U M The pSllfce Softball League -^
Blind 144 144 144 432 Its aim and purpose _-to provide
Olsea 153 14 140 45 POWELLS bhealthful recreation andexer-?


.. 21.4 Tortorici
74 1 7311 1 OohMllins
A-,rt,1591 12 4 Wright C.
Albri 159 21 14 415 Martin
arrid 112 130 i t Wright J.
HeWelt 172 214 I3 Handicap


A 1--To"t* 0 itaobinson
s 0.an Catanee Stison
Hone 12 l1 14 L 15 9 n Seson
Ponce 111 14 132. 49 nderaon
Calvo i 145 132 43 ArStrong.
BanS lU8 140 1 4" Arstro.i
Turajr 155 1 8 4"1

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Klupp.i f I. is r.
2Trie 1.5 1.7 I_ 4 __ rmintrou
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Marbal 141 125 1 3M4 old- (bib
WbW9lst L144 IN 16 1110
TamBei8y 150 14 709
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1,1 140 184 515
'l1 1i 8 170 4s5
15 1 46 44 441
106 '10'm 120 4M4
an 6 5743 2337
A5 SI 85 255
92 830 14259
S CE139 174 510
170 169 152 407
1ft 170 143 471
170 237 162 569
j 143 195 157 4951
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IT HATS CLUB -
1 "19 17 4 5
18 144 a 7
t 157 9- 186 522
7" 2 f 1 2306
192 110 l
130 1 17
138 177 1 8 4p
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145 145 145 43
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Canal Coinanwn4d other US
Goernedm affi
elated the wtth. .


JOE W1IL IAMS


Overlooked la the lasliruag ebreOles, of piti Ie nerrapm -
ilUty, sunio labor nobility and bates .probity whith loeed
atttIoMl on harness racing opeat es In our town, s the mng-
nlfltct new trek that the gets dleatoed to the rinaers a n o
iratiealy eager to build. ,
Bat, alas, If it Isn't one thing, it's anothf. First, it was World
War II and restricted materials. Then it w*a -r. Trumin's Ko-
tean Police Action and, of course, that was BU time t r tritolous
enterprises: Now, it's Just plain money.
OWe'll need *35,000,000 to build," James Butler, High Exalted
Spook of the nonexistent Empire, told me yesterday.
I knew the thoroughbred gents had baomUng mighty nice
in stof for the daily double cut, whim aid I thy ever t around
to building, but this was the fiat Inkling had they planned to
duplicate the Taj Mahal with $2 window.
D3MAl I TATB S WL
"And we'll neeh help," the oetoplasmic executive warned, as
he looked in the general direction of Albany, whih,;It develops,
is to be asked to Increase the aMers' take from 4 otrent 'to I
percent.. it
"Otherwise it will be Just abowt m lie'to finance the
undermakint," mournfully sighed tiae mao ndesztructble ghost
sinteo nquo. -
A rear ago, I wondered out loud in tbh apace why Mr. Butler,
who ad sold heis track to what Is Oam yoa rs for roughly $2,-
50,0. was. permitted to race ear after yr s t Jamaca when,
to al10i atical Intents and purpo he had disqualified himself.
The Racg Cmission protested elpleaes. The law read
"own Or mainataih." Hence, S. Jutter didn't have to own Jamaica
to ruto is phantom neet. Ah &ho.ad to do was maintain it.
was. subsequently, etg with Mr. Butler at which
he e 1"ind me the rrageMt. .w. .to his liking, either,
even i Aug01 It *as perfect daesmtrsatfm of a maaviAing his
cake d eating it, too. He dfeSlOMd real*tIc plans'hat would
ma mplre, Jamaica and Aquedwct In a superudt on Long
Islaor In Baychester In the Bromx. Defiite progress was as-
sured Aad it was possible construttlen would begin A matter of
months.
There have been unlooke-for drawbacks, no doubt some of
theem glld, as Mr. Butler tries to poet out, but the fact remains
we are no closer to a new track today than when I left the High
,xalted Spook's eerie chambers A.yer ago. Indeed, we may be
even farthe away than ever. '
For It my interpretation of the situation is correct, Mr. But-
ler and his, associates in the Indefinite merger, John Morris of
Jamaica and Cyrus Jullien of Aqueduct, have resolved to put the
matter squarely up to Albany. In effect, what.they seem to be
saying is: "Give us 2 percent more and we will build. If you
don't, we won't.
Naturally, the first thing Albany will, want to-know is whether
this a reasonable demand. A little background is called for here.
In fairness to the tracks, they do riot get too much the best of it
in taxation. -All told, 15 percent is taken out of the betting dollar,
but the tracks Are allowed fikeep only 4 percent. In New Jersey,
fo rrKat ple, the tracks keep percent, dividing equally with theI
state..- ,
*
MAK1 'EM PROVB IT
The tracks not only do better on the Jersey side, the players
do, too. Instead of paying a 15 percent premium on every betting
dollar they pay only 12 percent. This gives them a 3 percent
margin and explains why Jersey play is up and New York play
is down.
Nevertheless, Mesers. Butler, Morris and Jullien should be
compelled to answer certain questions before Albany takes action
on.tha (A) Why $35,000,00 for a track? Does the blue
^if., r V dilamopd studded posts? (B) What
ieveryans I've talkd with
it racing i T 'e ia ridiculous fgure. It shouldn't
be ditfial tto etrmine ,whether 4 = t snsfcent.. A
a imwlt 1isu1tereste .uthorita e lih that and1
the authorities should keep in mind these gents have made huge
profits for years and put none of it back.
Of mre 'importance to Gus H. Sucker is the 15 percent bite
out of his betting.dollar. The fact that more and more New York
horse players are taking their business to Jersey is forceful testi-
mony the tax is excessive and Albiny is in the process of killing
the o. that lays the golden I.
The overall take ought to be reduced to 12 percent, same as
Jersey. This would tiltomatically eanj-icreased betting with
proportionately higher returns-to stat. and tracks and might im-
mediately solve the new track problem, if, indeed, a problem ac-
tually exists.,


Second Only To Ray Robinson;

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torof- "il "- aton and-
Recrear&dg the Iboch1 Divi -
-A2 of the Pantama CaMnal Corn- -- -
the League is r e4 o WEW YORK, Nov. 4 (NIA-) ..
lSasu the leg ile. :er~cl attlir n < oB Bo O1on In
4 ft' 9rttnipate th a fine
', tends to Lprmote dresrin rtoom afterr the Randy
AtIds ormanshp Tdrp I flght was a meek little
good feuiw~lsp sad good citi- haU d .s Wt ta en
enship. hanle ta pistaehe,
aah Axation, whether If yew were --caught in the
r not, whichmets third it'was impossible to
Qbulrments mentioned a- hear jpythng. a wounded
b re ted to send a re- llk'c
p vesen to thq next meeting The ta Ragllhman tapped
t 7:30 p.m tomorrow, at the KC me on 1e shoulder *and asked,
l on Balb Road. M d"s e only to
AB irCK r on." gI told
'Bew York (NfA) -Jockev Tha 0 I wanted to know,"
'Ted Atins6n think it is bad he clppe ockney, and ee.
1ck to IooQ at the odds board .d c~we'cko _k. e t h
~ t working prein section to cale
S* K -hnb momentous decision to the eniu
rA'-->--- ,1 .ted .1nzdom. giant
Iurpil dtdn't speak o highly 5iju
I e is not a patch on Robin- punP
Son the biamington 8pa lad "m
j 14 Desmcn# Hackett of the stand
S.ondon"DalY xu. "He nev- sel 1
S r hurt e ene ." like
--L.s I I e taught .caurs, then, shme
Si wat on tw but Turpin t
,f k 1 on :, uek.. to be aved by He t
-' '% I tH. tab


nea I0 onow


ing ,to the level of the box-
SIn Rzaund Nine we had to
re the sight of the one-time
, Turpin, crumpling and
ug down against the ropes
lulliver exhausted by pigmy
hes.
e crowd wouldd not under-
I why 7urpin allowed him-
to be pinned on thi ropes
9 giant fly trapped by a
r. His seconds pleaded with
to keep clear of the ropes.
Ad theo: 'I know what I am
. I can atop him best when


SNow tht. the middleweight i am against t-e% ropes.' Maybe
horse has b.en stolen. Turpin is Turpin knew beat, but he looked
getting in his beat licks, like a sitting bird target, stand-
"W t unt'l I am fit, and I will Ing there without attempting to
fight anymore anywhere--Rocky defend. himself."
Martiano if they like. -oOo-
SThe youMn man seems to take As Turpin sprawled in his cor-
It for granted that he la wanted ner before the last round See-
back. ond Jimmy August told him:
-00oo-- "Gamb'e on a knockout. It's your
For three rounds, Sports oniv chal ce."
Writer H-ckett saw Turpin "Turpin grinned- yes, grin-
smack Olasn "itround the ring ned" reported Hackett, "and
as nn angry farmer would belt a replied: 'I reckon I've had it. but
boy he has found stealing ap- I'hll have a bash.'
Ales. Oh it was a glorious sight
to see the old, arrogant Turpin z' The beaten Turpin was hap-
thrashing 1tA"o. ples than hc had been sine., he
Stt took Haekett %snUl Round started this fight campaign.
-our to "raise the irut suspicion Re#orters who crowded over
'u-t Turpla m eight atop 01- hi .r like mammoth Rugbq serum
*. ) n. wh9 kept gt In with all and bowled questions at him.
S aggravating qewieney of a go, brlik answers. His classic, in
waLp at a p In, was begin- reply to way he did not duck
nin- unhbopily to realize that punches on the rope. was:
Sm forentCa was gohin to be true 'Yu cannot expectt to go out
and I hated every second of this in the rael and miss all the
- reasizatlon. The fight was des- drops." *
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(NEA Telephoto).
HEADING FOR A FAIL Canadi's Lt. Col. Charles Baker is thrown by his mount, Starclift,
across the triple-bar.jump during the international jumping even at the Pennsylvania National
Horse Show hbl M atHartblbrg. Baker gave the spectators quite a scare as you can see by the
expressions on the ie, of the ladies.



World Champ Yanks Piling Up


List Of '53 Question Marks


NEW YORK, Nov. 4 (UP) -|
The World Champion Yankees
are piling up a surprising list of
question marks for an outfit
that hopes to be the greatest
team in baseball for the sixth
straight year.
Up to now, the Yankee organi-
zation always has come up with
the right man to fill a gaping
hole but this time the Bombers
may have to find more than one
"right man" to maintain their
supremacy. (
Until Mickey Mantle puts
heavy preaure on his newly
repaired knae, eeter field-Is a
question mark. Allie Reynolds
hasn't made up his mind
whether he'll be back to do
any more pitching. Phil 4tis-
sus aging bones need relief
at sbmriste .and tbe rf
man i hiighttyp guy &aed
Gerry Coleman, who may or
ma$ not make aieomeback aft-
Ser his reteun fntm Kesa,
Two valuable hands pinch-
hitter Johnny Mize and 'pitcher
Johnny Sain have called it
quits on long careers. Like Rey -
nolds, pitchers Vic Raschi aaid
Ed Lopat may have seen their
best days. In addition, one re-
ort indicated world series hero
Billy Martin, deferred from the
Army for dependency reasons,
may have his case reviewed.
Rinzzuto isa S5 and not so spry
as he used to be, although still
a tremendous shortstop until he
tires. Raschi and Lopat are 35,
too.
"Although Mize contributed
heavily to Yankee fortunes in
his four 'seasons as alternate
fttkjaseman and pinch-biter
debt!f, lain's departure may
b more ignlficeant. Sain won
13 andI st six as a combina-
tis starter-reliever and up
untti ae, when the pennant
race bean to take form per-
-aimetly he was the club's
blgoet inner.
Baseball's wiser heads always
have tefrained in the past from
joiningthe cry of "break up the
Yankees," preferring to wait for
the Yankees to break up them-
selves. It's a long shot, but you
couldn't blame the downtrodden
rivals ft the world champs if
they see a glimmer of hope In
the current list of question
marks.


Pan-Canal Bowling

Association Meeting

Scheduled Nov. 8
The Pan-Canal Bowling Asso-
elation will hold a meeting of Its
officers and Executive Directors
oh Snay, November 8 at the
Diablo Clubhouse to discuss and
make plans for the amsociatlon's-
1&54 City Tournament to bei
held about the first week In
February.
The Association Is the local re-'
uresentattve of the American
Bowling ConRrers and all sane-
tl ned leagues bowling in the
Canal Zone and Panama are
members.
The annual city tournament
was held at Diablo Heights In
1M3. but if plans mature, the
alte of the tournament may be'
another estab lsiment in 1954.
QOffcer of the association:
and members of the Executive
Committee are urged to be pres-
ent at the meeting oin No\ember'


Slim Fat Away
VfI rf ra your flrur or make
7 shiUw rt breath and endangered
yoa health. you will find it jMa
to lsea k af pound day with the
SOW elllyo wod merhnd rallied
WaOMOQoE. so drantc diemng or
e 'reole. Abo lutelO pr' Autk o t
*mdflI.t (r FORMODE and tarL1
gala'm lt tomorrow. -- -


HOPES TO REPEAT-Charley Dressen, who recently quit the
Brooklyn Dodgers to manage the Oakland Oaks, crosses h1
fingers as he looks at a picture of the team he managed to thb
Pacific Coast title in 1950. Dressed hopes he can pick up where
he left off.
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IN THE MIDST of its was against the Communists in Indo-China, the French army still
finds time to give material and food to thousandU of villagers whose homes were de-
stroyed in floods. Nurse Marie Fancou is caring for children in the village of Mog Duc..


SENATORS (from left) James H. Duff (R), Pennsylvania; John Stennls (), Milissippl,
and Francis Case (R). South Dakota, confer on the superliner United States as the ship
docks in New York City. Senators returned from a tour of U. S. foreign military bases.


TO THE ARTIST, whether celebrated or Iunknown, Canada's Lac Beauvert and Mount Edith RODEOS ARE ROUOH .on horses, too; and 'htt'4 why Mary
Cavell are paintable in a thousand aspects. The glacial-fed waters and snow-covered Boss of Arizona gives her horse, Niagara, a mechanical mas-
peaks change their colors with the movement of the sun and grass is green as emeralds. sage during workout at New Yosk's Madison Square Garden.



MOVIE SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON CANADA
OLLYWOOD'S MOVIE MAKERS, who travel the earth for location drive through rugged country to the Columbia icefields. Frequently, just as
sites, seem to have discovered Canada's Jasper National park, scene a scene wa4 being shot in brilliant sunshine, a rain or hail storm sent
of four full-length Alms this summer. Latest troupe to visit Jasper Included everyone dashing for cover. Stewart used to brig an umbreUa tQ. Worls
stars Jimmie Stewart, Ruth Roman and Corinne Calvet, French actress. with him..But, when the stars returned "home" to the Jasper 16d;i,.y
A trip to the location spot would convince almost any movie fan that not all got a c Ohn o rela.. tf.oi4n the Hollywood manner,.There was. wiu.ing
of their favorite stars lead a comfortable life on the set. Not. conviaba? -T :- ithpe 1, M, dier weei rpi right
How about script calls for 4:30 in the morning? Then there was the 65-"..0.mile g'b ^.I'A.1i


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WITH HER GUNS muzzled and everything movable lashed down, the British flagship.
Vanguard digs her bow into a huge wave in the Denmark strait during "Exercise Mar-
iner" recently. British ships and forces of other NATO nations partcipated in exercise.



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