The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Ie Canoa Zone rent heatingis to open
. Jo S S. Seyblo aneeooced today.
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owns me as e\ fa a swican o es. Labor News Guess Whos e Fair-Halred Boy in.This
"u"o IV NELSON UNSUVBLL IN130BLaborYNews fif '"li"
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SAW M4acvoM AvE NeW YORK A7ts N O l ment
1 1fM0NT1I IN OI 70 8 2 O -
oIN. g EAR. ,- *aOVA1t.__ I: _,- e400 By Victor Riesel
THrIIsJ YOU PftUoA -. THe iADl .WN COLUMN Ifthe national candidates on .
he whistle-atop trains would get
i. A t A A ll V ntu the streets a few yards off '
SM A A the tracks arid pick up some of
1the "literature" the Democratic
The Meil Beo is an open ferum t.e readers of The Penmm. Amer- and Rp ublican labor men are
ika. ktten are received gratefully and ore handled l Ii a whgllv confi. hurling at each other, they d
-ia i mlemanner. ealhv know what "give-'em-hell" i
It you emntribute a letter don't be impatient ift t d1eest appeal the means. Apparently the union po-
lit dlay. Leters ere published in tlh order received. tifeos on both sides Operate on
.- PlIrm v # a. keep the eaetn limited to one p ge lmlth. !he shock treatment theory that \&
id' Idtty ette>m writier i helM ii etrictet c'onf.. [ovoi'v.,?got to scare 'ea to snare /
This newspaper easumles no rpenibillty for *ateiMteA as opinions eostwtenow a the millions of
Impressed In letter tiem reader Moat eite r ofth ln o
:' *rM~Md In eters tfn rdn 'messages" cascading down on
FOR WHOM THE RULES TOLL the 16,000,000 labor families who
OHan make or break a presidential
Balboa, Canal Zone. ,andidate Is the CIO Auto Work- "
Dear Sir: ers' -,mall tabloid, first distribut-
I just wonder how much weight the rulings put out by the ..d in Texas to keepatheLonetar
new Panama Canal Governor actually carry.' ,..atp in the Democratic line.
| He recently said that employes were not to engage in out-
side activities. Rah. My boss sells life Insurance and he Is still More dramatic and mofe-gra- .. -
hounding me to death. How come? phir than any other plece of
I go out to the Ft. Amador golf club to buy golf balls and labor's political lIteMture this
there is a Panama Canal employee still holding his outside job brochure spreads fear of an
HoW come? other fepresulon. It nt page.
I understand that a Panama Canal employee is still permit- Ia 1932 shot of a New York Bew-
ted to take tourists through the Canal as a paid employee of a, cryv breadllne. It Is Jamn Ad
Panama tourist outfit. How come? with photos of shablity towns,
I guess there are other "privileged" Canal employes to whom riots and hungry kid-and, in J
the rules do not apply. Maybe it is determined by how much effect. asserts that Taft: and
money a guy has in the bank. Elsenhower will recreate the
I guess that the governor's rulings are just for the paupers, depression and don't care it
Anyone with a little drag or able to put a little pressure on the they do.
one-star can still get away with anything.
How come? These pictures, which I haven't
Under-Privileged. ,reen for 20 years, have been
C Riwidely distributct throi; h the
GI COMFORT nation. Shortly they'll Ie re-
Sir: .prir tad in over 1,000 labor newso-
"Rugged" (Mail Box, Oct. 30) has the distinct- ring of the papers in the windup week ro.
ravings of a spoiled child that had his fingers slapped for pil- paganda drive to "warn" pilionB
ring cookies fropa a cookie far. .f workers, now earning an all-
He refers to service personnel as "PX Commandos" and time avera e record high of
"Poor Dears," but defeats his purpose when he refers to himself $69.56, they lose their itbs and
as a "poor civilian"and lets it be known he Is just feellhg sorry income ift f y vote Republican.
for himself. By Electlio Day this message will ,,,,a.t
Ordinarily an article like this would be cast aside as the nit every hummin Dlant in the
ravings of a crackpot, but perhaps this "poor individual" Is not land.
aware Of thlt fact that we have a recruiting officer who would This reflects the final labor -
gladly make all the luxuries he mentions available to him for push against the GOP. espeCially l
the asking. In Detroit. T erd, thousands of r
There is no doubt in my mind that any top kick would fur- aoor-beli ringt dispatched by rn S O l C oast
their assist In straightening out his warped poinLtf view by giv- the Auto Ur on's 15 locals are
Ing huin a well placed kick in the seat of his pants. We haven't iisine the same propaganda tech,. By J 0A '
asked for the luxuries we have at Ft. Clayton but we'd be fools unique outlined bthe leaflet, the .
not to enjoy them now that they are available. fiont nage 1iadles h f ofwhich is: .
We sympathize with the civilian situation here in the Zone "In Case Yo'"ve Forgotten. Or
but It is not within our power to remedy it. We PX Commandos Were Too Young To Remem. WASHINGTON. (NKAh--Another chapter in This problem would ba. relative lef
and Poor Dears are trying to do a job that was given us, and as ber. ." the so-clled "tidelanuds oll case will W be there were a stralRnt sore ai tt s
is human nature, we try to do it with the least amount of fric- Stung by this blast, Republi- mfad It Wi be lh the form of a re- on the T'exas ult coat. It-Is m 'b a rom-
tion and as, much comfort as that job will allow. can labor leaders are whipping port t the U. 8. re Court. filed by At- pleated be thert is a. irtem u PWaue,
I'm sure If our misinformed friend spent a little time with out their own assaults. And no torney William H. 1 f New York. former as In LouihBas -. bays and Of -hiqe s-
these so called PX Coqjmandos he'd be surprised at the amount lumberjacks' fish ry ever ot chairman of th War t. Board. lands. as iaUfo ,ll "-.
of Purple Hearts, SiWer and Bronze Stars that these "poor tougher even at 2 a.u. The Davis Was appointed ec.l master to in- The report frdi. Special Master vla Is
dears" wear. As yet I haven't heard of these decorations being OOP labor men are distrilutint vest8iate certain as e case in Webru- therefore alpected to aDer three -pai pnts:
awarded for drinking malted milk at the PX or sitting thru a their tabloid nl the Iron; steel ary, 1940. and has working On it ever 1) What i the aUus of the nq areas
horror movie at the theater. and coal centers. pivoti on since. between the California mainland the14 off-
PX Commapdo. Pittbur h. -This .s- a tip-off oa the complexity 'thls shobe 'sl ? ..a
There, fh a tab called tle "La- business, aboutu whih the has been conider- Thee nds are
SCZ RIGHTS 'or News." an AFL offloial. Jim abl' .ot ut great eal
htr. ,Sipe As rott-paged in a story wemental I s n--
"A Newcomer," (Mail Box, Oct. 30) should know that The sear no tovenson. "
that-Embsorany.otherstateh&Is' ip,4 rtlcla-use sn

I am an American, residing in the Republic of Panama, but tion tnst CO laor a t 'afo re', n our-
a thi Suemtute does not apply t @f nibth orCadi-How*'MWJis.

I pan the-ame rate of taxation on my income derived from The AFL ln der Iesonsi that. d 5 Ho enu rB i c thve Supreae Court etraee. a
The onstitSution givates uCongress the ame asr you do. incomess yond uring heih oe 1,mbe. -ton l ael the ^ a to fne Ias. nt t, By, e

J The CanaltZone s ot. Inany sene, apolitialorganization, of ouror nza remon ,n awFare, up f nf& h6 a 4.S11 a. R 'e ttl.'
tf' eican Cidutrizn oranhle atvonr owed ,and aoerd the r ti vn.eon s a wdet o hhe pbsgd o lltnr l, V o the B off Lo
ofwen you came to the Canal Service, all your rights were f Northern llmo wh lt ad t fele
to t x the Incomes of a uens within theoa United States oie, and the arge that lPuel to sonave bo s ~ a he Ttma
. W.iH.B. .tvorkar s il 0-37 and which shore dlim vetr Atuvenson has said olw-man
', D-na. wre responsialble for bloody porlic he we nd nwo. That the t of t, Whole t well drilled on the
p te- e rate of taxation on my Income derived from The An leadton were killed 0 re. dispute o -the deend e ndt ark a the Calrnia at

United States us out th ande same aihe yveroudo.e low-tide at e to the M nd?

;:" sA oE u f othvri-theol women nd can. tiNe. The teral 6oerment adits t=4, Te is a aIMkle because CRl
The Canal Zone Inot n any sense t d nd b tdelast to ratiea, tn." ot rearular ap tfheoy are on ethe h sa MJHN
O I HF.RBY^ G1 that 1 tnta B The thue ladover lan from r ee Jue tnde erch day is higher ad
I rvio s o erel Bonds Seeond Berie5 oemf, to.low-tide h- out to ga.- .. Mhteritle Dtvt *
1 Rlt O p an Industrial organization'bb owed and operated by the SteveAson Is a duct ofb the pa ndt ero the w a he
Stathes.oKllv-hrvev fleBmocrrtiedaeofed Ll-e be1iscn ,asv- .

eAurust l. 1987 9L 0.0 The s wh e a ov
n you came to the Canal Service, all your rights were north e war bound to be e

just thy were the day you tookGIVN the oath of office, andt to the o i vicithe uly to avFe Couf br- Generale n ftralh right. O
S remain so ans long as you are inds n the s e-ervice. o Of M pl odi procWdurel a l bill me Courth stO r loft-; imf oreat
W.R OVERSEA. A., yable h or bfore Aust i a fl1 ed7 ttan k bWi setting T liorne. a .aid 11.' S. tidela
n1, 157, the following numbered Bonds will be redeemed {_VfJnthis e O f the ,os t t-' -"'-~i--.. gran an n
WAratrearenaible forVie a t.'1omorxlathe wtilwrdittIeob.OMO'hdy ae *at t e l ia Of t l olrell edon the
Dy'" .mnt ocre of 1937 In South bus imesss.

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ofne ews the armed sevies.ateleillo
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A l' y4n,- u p ... g 1 a rdb wei l Cuts Flying Time Panagra'a vice president of sales,
W04(UBCR. ervie T he laile AariaN II *:W. *A Between Miami and B.A. who credited the company's re-
*:,. ,alles 5-0 W aJ of n l wheh enhp and h glSe6i NI. aWM Service .,u OChur a. Airline service between the cent modernization program with
.. ..L. .. lime. .. drom twofolws-0a avmau a i L B. JL United States and countries in making it possible to increase the
a ........ .y U agareatru1 %tum.4t. dA. 1000 aml And Dp ui .m Youtlb U'se. South America will be speeded up speed as w'ell as improve safety
S. ........ncl; a uded fe series at AMru sft. 4in 0 .a. starting today wh n Panagra and schedule reliability perform-
I i:l. tud and ra, (Pan American-Grace Airways) ounce.
"". d aeLmI and .haplMet a asked. .3-t3 m ,_.m.v- increases the cruising speed of Bern said the new Pratt d
is"l I. S notP.n -l w.. v mia n see tthe I yst f y shaps faot Za d- &A a eIl Its El Inter Americano Fiesta Whitney CB-16 engines and lat-
S'ses the coming p's shu rchgP af"r-tRT r hkf D Lounge service to cut flying time est Hamilton-Standard high-ac-
7e^ pS. Cabo vedG. AT, o. s. do between Miami and Buenos Aires tivity propellers which Panagra
..A. 4. ,A L "'8t* all. Chotrillo to 15 hours and 10 minutes and had installed on all its DC-6s
-- "hhaC n raisan t i nevsR us under 20 hours from New York. ad made these planes 15 miles
S*-t. -; -. M. Cathoic ns=an l S Rd ).b The new schedules for this an hour faster, giving them a
lae..w NI 0M111 RMAlS ._ I An U i M cH c IU P pMa .Spaa lm ChUrch J. I. Cam- twice-weekly service will be the cruising speed of approximately
M n, -o c -'c--B (Uume .tnew. ar m tho i, n tn e u *- r5.T A nurh o a e, C r s Ao os A; A. Grsern fasteat ever flown by any airline. 315 miles an hour.
( oa r1ut1s ,0tP4m a Jond kl wltara a ot iGimb0 ; .liou A* A. Srlz8. en.according to Edward 0. Bern, The Fiesta Lounge departs
Re. Atn lsch a atlne Su from Miami every .onday and
Aw4. Ih bat r tral C Cofslebm 33 tub r ch. h Clarke. Di-- Thursday at 8 p.m. Northbound
VU't 'I' Wdn .- w 'e Chul.-, nlas h teli.m rane departures leave Buenos Aires on
'o." voasP 2 I* tlunCar tat3 b i l1 it. ( o I talia n .r .,igra tils Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. and S- .
all3Hj3 t turdave.; ynd tniS anjob dy's .,_so
a So' U "or. cridlSA nbJ 16th at a or s turday at 2:50 p.m.B
SundyU,4111A.rtA ed. Deny Sydney Riot
1S a. I =.S o -,0.. -Aw 11W- -G,,i.w DO NOT OWE GOD
Mus s3 :0n1.aim.a w .A yasOrI*.A ii SYDN Australia,. Nov. 1 I
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conh sam io j a.. sa _gr AUP S ants today
Sl.-o-rat m rW I a-t A'" indignant de l yesterdayrsd SUNBDM
OS-,.SSOt Bo omSI ai.. -da : m .1 M a rth l. Av.- riots a eTS o mummr lt- pired SUND
NE IW DndaPma. d r -aM 'not foe We ta t nor1 9:30 a.m.-Bible Schoo
.all%411 OCommuflt, have thing to
Bu.ll 4:.U. s2Lm -L do with any party. We are here 10:45 a.m.-"THE SAIN
a s o .. .- T W M Lm ....., o to work Ad nothing else."
alIsi1.1 708 .00&m. ..,ost0........... 40' B e He added thaV'the ole reason THAN THE
..........6 bFynote ,r1Vy7. -- -*P n.ta afor their-stand the clause In
14 k!MOl l mIlhan govern e l hhleh they Childre
ap so 11.01* aa Oclai med meant tBhn *e ovFn- 6:30 p.m.-Baptist Trai
,-, E r M a.l -. ..:. ment contracted" to givy them
WAS?*w *"::::::;::::::: Sa work and had-brpken the con- 7:30 p.m.-"THE B001
Rioe i ......(.... a....... 0.0rscopal-_fat .m0, -0 0 The p ,sman aid that the WORTHY P
`:MINi .-.. Episcopal ".... ..... ... 1 1.:8...0a ta u, WORTHY
SD'. oo I i -'.. 4 'a n eRt. Rev. R. jb Gooden. ST.D. wL1a ...... migrant wl no0 demonstrate
C.. t0,1 L y S ays. snoop-- w. OlI p............1;. i-0.0 again until the get a-reply from
___o" Ve- Rev. RV a seur. er eTFerris the 'Minster,t ,ro PastorW. L s ygOaino
A =.... ........... te...3 11= .. .t EVERYBODY WELCOI
a i c B APrT cuc cs .. S.. .............. e their d olan m minister r. REAC CHIST -
f asnr s no nA pm D and Wm .. ... .0 neo said, howqver,.tht altho ugh

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6-7 CB roluu aP. 11 FE W2) U7 "R**.... police report s othe Incident.
..... .-.. "9: 4S.ilai t oana andaduD .; .. ............... a rthe migrants h no eth" politi ca
e le .............n9: an. a i ............. 10 beliefs, they could ha bee in
Mosul* b --ia and,'10:.'6 am. ......imcite. aye n dustrali-.u 5an ommunists.a
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I.. .. o m .d v .a Oa_ p Sermon 7:00 p.m, 5h rAVA L iA that the riots was Commun1 [.

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m" i e_ nc -S. D. 0oaym Rn WInspired and w_.......... te federal gvern-WEDNESD
., ao m I: -30,,-41 0 0 t- Mob S,-.....ORT A AOR --" meant Is expee~ed to discus .-the -
..1021' .Di uS uo ''L.. ................ "' police r port o Davde incident.
Mka r o svto_.s -.. .a:0 The Daily Mirror-ald the usm e-

D1 igl.A= ft = Dl =rty plc en The Sydneyad old
ImF $20 a im ..LI's sinai, '.Communitis deq tb CIta..

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12" .,m T lted0e--on etamm ha lALs h:ortbte h rl t % nu o
n. L. Sre ..... .......... .taon at two Fig fedr-
P*. o, m. ;S m .Si te unio er Ins tute here wl leave
r LSla-.3 ^(ta305 da T Daly f Mirror also sid PgAmNe A
e y a sandi U AL-W -CAwt til e am
'" am. a.eita on two o aCOPA announces three
Si ................... ao rM Lons within mthei n W er
Ra p, i gh", ---oa. .. n ............. .. ec le be-,MONDAYS, DN

Sa l m Pauline B. PanamParo, David. aArmuel-

.. ... Othe Churches*f. .... ..........
J ltMuls 'l eQvi Jo iion sMo SPA JAn PAIN
aE Th e Aalan ad CoMdtoa ca.t CmThe safest and ild
...... .*.. ... ..... ... Here From U. S
*- i I o on yDat ....(C........ JOO fficesoIn ,Dav oid,.. A.,
LAW 11r1WOW WApp1 B MTON, Nov. 1 (USI OUfIc in David. A
.. ... "ALO A pM.' ':00 D lWtem tec al-ln \ho ltr ft
a :!mh ....... .completed l one-monwth orin-
en. L. .S rley.Archda n............ station cou at the O rei
',- A'"Mom. Oka ow Comuio ..: ...... ,.. lr WI sr........'" -.i notle's n'4 Iitute here willleCave
mNewS "" "L @~ li4e 4m c shortly for new assignment inh

fit 6o W a an FOT a sume ist \ |wfrom.

1E WU* r uS a ti erica n repuo-
2 ndandI 'w.. o .......M !......,..... l'sg Their specialties ra
us. rubberDshch toaviation The.
t Mr ... ... ........ .a=nd d=m ..............=. r an f.r.
A.-9d'. .., un. ..1 course- ..emp.haSizsed -local customs
C AVL. Is 1* Is aand tra tionsbforeign Ian-
!e o s e i, cmtit. aguages. re :ign and cu ethre
,Taj --f a..- oY onu M.M N.val E s ...... s:1 Blographic lnf&rmation, in
School ... ti menta of these technicians. ol-
T mv_'" romaL.Pa :30 P6 WaMiSs Pauline B. Paro, otMal-

And Services Foutmission a --osfM4ing
.u o.u.mmow cU aw z-*primarily Panama

Bibe Claim ferall 10m .., Cardina.
Can.h n.1.- end Caom o1... 5-- am
Re Ka ="- ""' -ible luds ..... 1e1, '"." a
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HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Holly- ports. Says Mike: "Really, we'
wood and GrapeVine: very happy. Everything's ni
There's a mad scramble on for and easy and cozy."...Don Am
,he star roles in "The Robe" with (che. Jr., surprised his entire fan
no holds barred for movie kings fly by making Notre Dame's la
and queens who want to be in on school ... Isn't Marilyn Monroe
Darryl Zanuck's screen transla- r.oal love the cashier's window a
tion-,it the Lloyd C. Douglas best- Fox?
seler.-To date it's a battle of thei
press agents with no definite OUR CHANGING TIMES
castilR, but here's a clue: Jeanne
Crain has let her hair grow lons. Gerald Mohr had to under
dyed it red and reports back to plastic surgery to correct thi
Fox within three weeks. damage done in a boy-meets
-window accident to the ne'
Jane Withers, now the mama rose-shape plastic surgeons gas
of three children, has been warn- him months ago. His new bee2
ed by her doctors to make no er's on view in "The Ring."
more stork engage e n t s.... Clar'k Gable and Orson Welles-
Gene Nelson is groaning. Colum- of all people-are being palsy
bia offered him the title role in walsv all over Europe.
"Pal Joey" if Warr,rs would a-,
gree to one film a year thereafter Alan Wilson tells of the movi
for Gene. The Warner answer: star who invited Johnny Ray t
No ....Jody McCrea, Joel's six- her home jiut to get the swim
footer son. has definitely decid- ming pool filled up.
ed to try for movie fame as an
actor. His brother. David, will
take over the McCrea ranch. Here's a gasp for Hollywood
-Director William Keighley. who'
liosalind Russell's zippy per- quitting the flicker business, told
formiTance on the first TV showLondon reporters:
from NBC's new Hollywood stu-! "I don't want to go on in a jol
dios may result in a weekly show where people crack whips ove
of tier own. NBC's made the of- me'
fer. and Roz is making up her ---
mind. She was one of the first: A printed report that Johnny
topstars to invade video with an Weissmuller nixed F 1 o r e n c e
hour dramatic version of her Chadwick for a projected movie
soon-to-be-released big screen based ori Catalina Island chan-
movie, "Never Wave at a WAC." nel swimming because of an out.
Preview flash: U-I's Loretta rageous salary demand was new:
Young-Jeff Chandler co-starrer, to Florence. She told me:
"Because of You," is a mother
love heart wringer that should "I've never personally beer
win L'oretta an Oscar nomina- asked to be in any picture. Tc
tion. It should top even Johnnie say I asked for too much money
Ray in the cry league.... Some I is ridiculous. I've never been ask-
of Ruth Roman's pals claim that'-d period.
the stork .s bringing her twins.
and express surprise that thel There are 125 mountains mer
fact's. not known in movie'- iP 000 feet above sea level 1it
town. U-1. caught napping North Carolina.
when ncwcon:.-r Lori Nelsbn won
Photoplay Magazine's poll as the'-
most promising ne'. lace, is
searching for stories for the Ma-
deleine Carrol-ish young beauty.
It' gaovie greasepaint for the
ffist tneoJn niLv. years for Brian
Aherlqe. the rugged individualist
who'sabeen turning down long-
term studio contracts ever since
1934. "because I've never wanted
to be a big star al lik. my free-
dorn too much "
"I Confess." the Montgomery
Clift starrer at Warners. i.i Bri-
an' e eb~ack film and he's con-
fes ng he's hapvt to be back on
tb wasound Ctaes "alter duong
things I want to do"--TV acting Wife." and managing his wtI
acr rape ranch near Indlo, his MEDICATED Powdert
Iflywood s missed Brian but No dwd powder can reeve your huum haven't--se eral of his ins, bumningAfamAromeas Powder does
fll including "Mv Son. iMy ForAmmenscaehiN, Wfmoumedcindd
So 'P are home channel hits giden-giv. 3M medicseed skin car
Lan time 'Mv Son" played on a lt Mdicted rdsal ) Mediated pras
h1o wood station Brian's tele- I3t Medicated e ula S ikhing and combn
phone rang. He answered and a ag Promores beadig by helpinm to proa
so ng voice said: wander skin agawins rrnanon So soh, it cao
*'. Aherne-I want a father i *sainsi chain Absorbs extra
uike you." Then the caller For madswcad skin ce ,ass 4mmens PoSud
huigL p. Next day Brian discov- IdWay. No luxury as
eref~he identity of the gagster-, _
it was George Sanders, L _I
Alice Marble. troubl.od %lth
permanent home in Beverly
Hills... Esther Williams andi AMMENS
Ginger Rogers %%l want to do 5
the tennis champ's life story. !PoWOd
"The Roao to WimbledonPO
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Wner will be held at the (D CINCINNATI, Nov. 1 (UP) President Truman Melvina Tomlinson Seybod Endorses .
8:00ow pt .m V 85 said yesterday times are too risky to put a professional Leads CYO Youth Art Week Plans ,
The President of the Republic Fjone soldier in the White House and place Sen. Richard M. W
of hia Cabinet, the Ambelmador WEST lABT Nixon only "a heartbeat away" from the presidency. eek Queen Race League plans to sponsor
of the United States and other 4952 4 A A73 Mr. Truman, who gained the presidency himself The C.Y O. of St. John Bap- Observance of American Ar'
eilicrand Can oalffc n, of the A Q 10 V q J through the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, made his di- tist de la Salle of Rio Abajo had Week in the Canal Zone ha, ab ,
Republic and Canal Zone, with A Q 10 2 J 9 3 thoug heir first of there. counts of given by Gov. Sebold. "
the top Army, Navy and Air *6Q 4742 rect reference to Republican presidential nominee Dwight votes for c.Y .. Youth Week
Force officers will bq present. SOUTH D. Eisenhower and his youthful running mate in a whistle- queen of the parish recently. In a letter to Miss Beatrice
Dr. and -l sec ayo. dh&6,K Q 104 h GOP Miss Melvina To ml i nson Sturtevant Gardner. 'director of
Dr. and M urnd 10642 top speech at Dayton. He did not mention the two emerged as leader on this first American Art Week, the governor
Er Boute to Meio K74 candidates by name, however. count. The oth.r lour contest- expressed ltst wlahes for the.
of Colon, lft ic ulano, This is no time for the United States to put i nt finished In the follow or- 2th annual Community Art -.
Sof Colon, left by plane yes- This is no time for the United States to put into er: Miss Patricia Ettrick. Miss hibition which will be held at tthe.
terday fsr at we vacatio n Borth ides vul. ,t the White House a professional soldier who owes his no- tilvia Dudley. Mis Alma Lam- Hotel Tivoll during the com
Stobes toint Norl th Psient oth W id. bert and Miss Juan Campbell. v. eek as a part of the week's ob.
S-is 14 pass v 2 e. mination to the WaH Street bankers," the President said. The final two couts of votes sevance. He also extended a
Cub GiVenSturpier rty Pass P as "Furthermore," he declared, "this is no time to will be on Nov. 7 and 14 at the invitation to the residents of Pma
A group of Atlantic.Side re- Pa ss a place within one heart beat from the White House a parishhalla t e
f tdeh wo hado eepnmembers Opening lead-- A young man of very limited experience, whose expenses Democrats h ve not purged
rof the eOub Leaedership Course-f Democrats he4ve not pmurgoerd
which n Mr. R. nrCox wasa in- e adset ly are paid by oil men, real estate men and tax lawyers. themselves o corruption. know I never would treat a
structing, surprised their teach- The former five-star general serviceman or an et-GI sa-
er with. an Informal party at Finesses and safety plays are Mr. Truman made six whistle- he will work around the clock also stopped at Hines and Vaagbn fairly."
his home. Mrs. Cox was also in- all very good, artd I write about stop speeches in Ohio en route to achieve "first-class Ameri- veterans hospitals to visit with Elsenhower recalled that
vited to'b the group them with greatcare and admir- here. can citizenship" for all Amed- veterans of the two world wars also has been accused of new'
The twenty people who par- action, practically every week. Gov. Frank J. Lausehe of Ohio, cans. and the Korean conflict, anti-Catholic, anti-Negro an
-' "' -.. ticlpated in the celebration There are times, however, when Incumbent Democrat seeking his Republican presidential Eisenhower cancelled plans anti-Jewish
MR A ,h. z.EB T. Dig A OSSA and children, William wished to express their appre- delicate plays aren't half as fourth term, and Michael V. omine said n for speeches at the hospital "Many of ny friends rall
M R Toardte S rstobal yesterday lust before elation for Ihe time Mr. Cox fective as brute force. Salle, Democratic candidate for e aid he not fo in favor of intimate chats with to my defense," he said. "T
h sailedfor York after two-weeks visit w relatives has pent flttn them to lead You have to know when to use U. a. Senator toured with the low the "easy course" taken by the veterans. pe
Infe Republic. Mr d la sa was reared on the Isthmus, the Cub Packs In this vicinity, force, and you also need the President on his"give 'e hell" Democrats on the volatile civil To a Negnor t 00group estimaenho- chae hasn't eeated t fa
oeavin here toattend Colurbsa nieverniDty in 19Mr. He Is D i- The Coco Solo leaders furnished courage to use It. In the hand campaign in behalf o the Demn- rights the Dmo abe y OCons tat bro Etsen how n ahadg c asle repeaer anty "'-

formalvng aty dinner wuh Mr. and Mrs. William rady of day at 700 p. The tt Mon-nerve n the bidin or more the Unita s 1 ly with ov. Adi E. tevenson Electric plant here. -
rector ofersonnel for the National Broadcasting Company. the sandwiches, monthe a t u n show- n today something went ocrat hl all as the speaker. He erreallferred thao the action of2,600
Apart f rb hissetMagation, hebuts also a madember of the Wage members brought cookie expected dwron with either the knowledge Rear platform speeches were been romisig a lot of th Negro volunteer groups in the He mentioned no name,
Pmeso atd o Ottawa,r S dney, to get elected and then doing Battle of the Bulge and t h atn ti Wet-b
Stabzation rd, Chairman of the Executive committee of thedr were brought by the of the n national champion- In Toledo, hea ode t a brook after t wa disclosed
deflt of the* ~ring lBusxness Men s Club. -- of a game contract. lice estimated 2,000 persons saw f a Eisenhower went to Chi' valor ando with as f inte a record chare w a '
The de la'Ossas spent most of their time here as guests Cub Pack Notices e contract was slightly am- the Presiden In Daytb6n, 2,000 for a final bid forI oi' 27 as any other unit in the Ar- por l de tio o
at Hotel l Panama. They crossed the Isthmus Thursday with Cul'Ptck 12 of Gatun, will bitlus but not outrageous. at Toledo, 3,000 at Ottawa. o eata e o The President later denied m
his mother Mrs. tla oue, and stopped overnight 'at hold its monthly Pack meet- ikuth had his nerve bidding such M a Tru3 prefaced lhis re- sT a big pTarty rally In the ChicTo to alir
Hotel Wism gton. Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs. iaerye Eim ind in the community room of n.'hdilserable four-card suiht and marks at Dayre n saying the .Nov. Tai mem Ttau e t he Wt iee u t ased h ai
had the visitors o cocktl This affair was followed bghtsy aen- the atu Union Church, Mon-he'd been better off w ith less 4 election will decide weter the ce The of a Democral honr that seecha t thnyon e who knows mern
Informal ftl iy dinner with Mr. and Mrs. William ready of day at E.:00 p.m, Hos The t Mn- nere the ding or ore the United States shall achieve ad r m t be th ousands
o do three nehor who are lea- meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. n south greater pros perity and lasting ly with Gov Adal E.Stevenson Electric plant here.
w' a or vacan. 4 from f:00 themo 11:00 a.m.een Wese- n oon the hears andP e "porebetter oll all than the structor _eferedt1nhectin7oh'
The de Lucia s's departure picture was made at the re elected the lae are cor-eetin i on, im opened the ace of peaceor eephen A. On theMit civhell. chairman El
uoit of "Variety. Magazine, but was made available locally to night. All parents are expected .damonds from the West hand. slide backwa rds toward epres- The GOP standard-bearer ar- of the Democratic N rationa I
n n. to attend with their sons. re playing as partners son and world war." rived by air from New York and Committee, in ousting Wet-
o ne of'the national champion- In ToledQ, he accused Eisen- rode in an open car through a brook after it wos disclosed
--Cub Pack 4.. 8, of Cristobalhsiplp. a few weeks ago, much to hower of being "reckless and cy- blizzard of ticker tape and con- Westbrook was a percentage bro-
ta ar e Twill meen a t Tuesday ar't ap.m. Our eoyment.) Declarier ruffed nical" on the Korean issue fettn the downtown loop. ker n a tungsten ore deal. West- "
IITLOr- -PA E O SOCIETY i the u stChurch. entD apd The Republican c a n d I d a t e His reception was much loud- brook was an assistant on the
I- D INN EDANCoEdatnd tthe t pCriptobal r eUnionC bhh-tcrin dummy, h entered his hand i tebye
HOLD INSTL TION t E Cubmaster Emmet T. Harper leading a s ade to the king and thought that if he could divide er and more colorful than his committee.
St ooiet of Colo held group o la- A la charge. P a r e n t then quite properly led a small defthe c country and turn people parade through New Y o r k' "With that kind of recd to

rgas te er f.Wom taeled on the T. contemo oIf thr other diamond which dummy lose his contract. aaseswssa
dance at the StlmngenmClub recently tb install their new of- should 'accompany theIK sons. trump- towrcrds dummy. against the fight for freedom in Wall Street district Thursday. go on," hisenhowerdcharged 'the
ie a -medo te Board of Dreto. Over two When West played a low heart Korea, he might pick votes, Police Commissioner Timothy opposition has descended to a
hundred members and guests were present. First Aid Class ICistobal south lost his nerve. He should Mr. Truman md. O'Connor estimated the street campaign of vllifcation."
Lieutenant William 0. Dolan olave put up dummy's king of "It was a reckless and y- throngs here at 125,000. He said he has been accus-
Dr. Correa G"ircla, retiring Ron Voyage Dinner Is establishing a First Aid Claw nical act that could only weak- Eslenhower then drove to a ed of "untruths" in relation-
r ,, theeareeting.i Mr. and Mrs. W flliammMid.or the hosewves of New dral'stea en the free wrold but he Negro war memorial on the city's ships with servicemen, but
1side t the etdlem a, of B r Mrs WHelihts, n- toba atthe home of Mr. and finessed he eight of hearts, tried to pll It." s hslde. The memorial hon a
Ba 0,ima.. *Jed' tI y dam- tetdlmad woth a soier at .their Men- Elbert E. hoguen, Houser and mintothe dJack., The President accused Repub- the World War I Negro dead of and there must be thousands
p for the best residence Wednes4ay to honor 355-A Marietta St. The next South could win with the king. icans in Conres of "knifing" the old 8th Illinois Infantry, of who have served with me,
I*_.o ,e ...eveur .rbfe".o ofhthe in.heioroseee -were Mr. and Allrintre0to ladiesaare co West k he ace o h an ere before." On the civil h rights tenseyEl
Ab rc ee aMPnos. Aent weoR Mrnd a l d linvted.r-ed a third diamond. By this timp He said the people wre' pro nower pledged that: '
6od V25V-',Tere- M dummy'ss onl trWhwump was theiirkmn
,o o-W c w .ere.' kiq. and when this was ued for porous because of' Demcati wm work aon, noo M D A ERC N
M r. i r hierffing the ependers were sur e.h o.
Mrs.Xa. u. m Su wirevDancingn e yom-hv sfirst-cahcieaxusipto.
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-i janeenthus-,t Iseartsat atlN third trick. When the ace o, spades and- wig the audience of 25,000 a tthe West-
irsi ohle the retrickn SOUth diamond continuationwiththe enn Electric plantvthat the tung-
er T iends who part ahale -at the CIItobal as sih of relief and leads king.
"VU30ethee esto e :fdseven- a"A m rNow South goes about hls-bus- rence Westbrook demonstrates A M
depa rturl D, wyil inr at'7p.m. Current interest in West takes his ace of hearts, of ess in the black suits and al- one of the biggest tragedies"
doia l ML r- ar in that city and drive to the United Stats is widespread curse. and East will eventuallyows East to ruff in with the of the Democratic party's re-
r14; '.n4&vioe-prtesdnt-- Cat Jacksonville, Florida, w hre r e and the appeal reaches both sex- qet the queen of hearts and a queen of beasts whene er it cord in office.
meewi -lf.I 7. I from age 9-90.spog-90. ade trick-but thatIs all. leases him todo so. Whatever He said It was evidence the
ie i g&roupofIa- A elass fo- children in the at- West's bet defense is to lead an- the defenders do, South cannot
S rS.i di rom' u called on the ternoon is contemplated if the other diamond, which dummy lose his contract.
o 84" Owns -at the Hotel Washing! demand is sutflefint. Al groups
China figurines as a on a volunteer basi. Wo charge_
Dover thirty families willbe made to those enr llngbso
the town. remember the time and date and .
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char. snc, lablc, I bed ,,lth 'n- For All-, -
n .erspng ma o re IS. Leov/'ng real, STUDEBAKER OWNERS Glamorize your hairdo with Color
oon. 32nd .t. House No. 13, Tel. From Nov. Ist., thru Nov. 22nd. Spray! A shimmering silver streak
3-3,n 14 Your Studebaker will Be Greased and is lovely in block hair. .gold mis,
S--- completely inspected free of charge, bronze atomic red, even blue, ef-
FOR SALE -One Kenrrore automa- Less t our hop and Display room. fecrive for blonds. Shampoo s out.
tic wyearig od. 5mchine, 60 CDiablo, Less AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS, Genel Bliss Cocoli Beauty Shop
than year o~d. 5183-A, Diablo, 2- A. 4-557.
2917. (Below El Ranchol iids will be received in the office of
FOR SALE- Dining Table. Congo- Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 the General Manager, Commissary
l leum Roug. Veneteia Blind 76" x FOR SALE:-1948 Nash Coupe 600, Division. Mt. Hope, C. Z., or Sup-
82". Porch Screens. 720-A, Prado, od condition. $800.00 or best ply & Service Director, Balboa
SBalboa. _______ offer. Call Panama 2-3330. Dur- Height C. Z., until 3:00 p. m.
'FOR SALE.- Mnton China gold ing office hours. Monday, November 24, 1952,
band set for 1, brand ne. Good i when they will be opened in pub-
ndeal. Tel 0273, brPand na Good R SALE-1949 Oldsmobile 76, 41lic, for the sale of 25 'Holsoin
de el 02 Panam doors, radio, white tires. A-i con- heifers, in five lots, and 70 bull
FOR SALE:-One diningroom suite. edition. You offer. Tel. 3-0273, calves, age 1 day to 10 weeks,
1 Davenport ,ana tool. 5089-A, Panom.i. from the Mind Dairy, Mt. Hope,
Diablo. FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge Sedan.| C. Z. These animals may be
FOR SALE-Refrigerator, guaranteed. Good condition, Reasonably priced. inspected at Mindi Doirly from
Bomboo screens. Vacuum cleaner. Paraiso, house 103 Apt, E. 7:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. daily,
crystal mix ter, set, cm- FO SALE-952 4Door Bick including Sundays. Formrs of pro-
cryplete set crytol mxmter, cloasses.t, c FOR SALE:--1952 4-Door Bick poal with full particulars may be
plite set cry.tot glosses. Dis8s, Special Sedan, Standard, Shift, Ra- obtained from .the office of the
China, et:. Call Balboa 1845,un dio, 5 months old, 8,000 miles. General Manager, Commissroy
til 5:00 p., m. Camboa Police Station. 3 p. m. Division. Mt. Hope, C. Z., or the
FOR SALE: 12 family bihnds, va- to .1 p. m. _____ Supply & Service Director, Bal ao
lance, steel dining, kitchen tables, .. DISCOUNT 30% Heights, C. Z.'
Zenith radio record player. Phone On ,ll PANAMA & COLON AQUASTS:
Balboa 4336. CHRYSLER & PLYMOUTH PARTS Goldfishes $1.00 $1.50 Pr. Tro-
FCR SALE:-Easy Spin Dryer wash- Over $40,000.00 in Stock picals. 33 types. Plants. Panama:
ing machine. Three weeks old. THE ONLY COMPLETELY EQUIPPED, Acuario Tropical, 11 Via Espoiia,
S195.00. Phone 25-3512. SHOP IN PANAMA Iopposite Juan Franco Stables. Phone
... ------.. .- To Service Your Car 3-4132. Colon: 9066-A, 9 Ii St.
FCo SALE-Good 25 cycle Westing- AGENCIES PAN AMERICANAS, Phone 1251-B.
house refrigeratcr, household ef- S. ne A.- .
fects, rifle, tocls, motors. Phone (Below El Rancho) FOR SALE
2-236/, Balboa. Tel. 2-0825 Box 428
WANTED FOR SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Must MisCOe b 1eOlls
sell 52 M. G. Must see to ppre- FOR SALE:-Long Playing Records.
Migeellaneou. ciate. If interested mail your name Classical and popular. Orders filled
and home address to Ray Ward promptly. Subscriptions taken for
WANTED:-Vcotion quarterson or ox 2795 Cristobal. will bring Schwan's LSubsP catalions. AGENCIAS for
about 20th of November. No it around for you tb see. No obli- DIAZ, 37th No. 6-A.
wild-parties or pets. Service man gations to buy!
and wife. References. Call 2-1569 ORSALE: 1949 Dodge Sttion FOR SALE: Tropical ,-Aquarium
after 5 p. m. OR SALE: 1949 Dodge Station Fishes, just recently arrived from
WANTED TO BUY WintWagcn. Low mileage, room 318 Miami, a limited supply only.
WANTED TO BUY:-Winter coat, Tivoli. Kissing G-uromi, Dwarf Gouraint
long, genuine fur, in good condi -- --- ----- -- Kissing Gourami, Dwarf Gouromi,
tion. 7anama 2-1 397 FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet, two- Redwag Swordtoil, etc. Also Long-
tone green Styllne De Luxi Tudor, life Fishfood, dried Dophniae.
radio, direction signals, windshield Come and see therm at your
YVoA n Deacna To RB washer, seat covers. Excellent con- f .vorie store, Casa Mike, Colon.
Young Deacon ITo B c edition. $1,625.00. Call Albrook FOR SALE:-Mahogany dresser; chif-
Pj AS I ll. .. fohiet;. library toble; beach hair;

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miles, proatically new, Hydramotic
and radio, $2,400 CASH. Hoiss

768 Apt. A, Balboa, C. Z. .
In connection with homecom- FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2 Doo'r
ing at St. Peter's church La Bo- Sedan, rodio, excellent tires, neW
r, this Sunday. Rev. John S. battery. Kobbe 5221.
AcDuli e. a young deacon, will -___
rhe tendered a formal welcome at EISENMAN'S USED CARS
he dhural Eucharist and a cof- Offer for sale two sedans to the
-fee mintue held in the parish hall highest bidder.
to'lowine the service. 1949 Packard, four door, excellent
:' '. l welcome will be extended mechanical condition, original blue
R-'." McDuffle, whom the bishop point, low mileage, white side tires,
of the diocese plans to appoint will finance.
act'ill Driest in charge of the 19-16 Nash, four door, very ecorio-
'church after his advancement to r miicl.
'the priesthood, through thl' read- Peru Ave. No. 8. Tel. 2-4516.
in-- of a letter from the congre- Open Sunday from 8:00 a. m. to
RaRion 1I p. m.
Tie Woman's Auxiliary also .. ... ..
.' receive communion i a body IFOR SALE:--1949 Ford Custom Se-
i.l receive communion in a bodyO i dan, four door, $995.00. 1947
and present their united thanks da four door, $99500. 1947
ofpring. I Oldsmobile "6" Convertible, ra-
Celebrant and pri'acher at the; dio, mon extras, $795.00.
7 : m. Eucharist will be the Ven- I Eisenman's Used Cars Peru Ave,
prable Lemuel -. Shirley. Arch- 1- --No. 8, Tel. 2-4516.-
'de9con of Panama. Rev. McDuf-
,'ie %%ill preach at %vensong, 7:301 Natural Bridge
V m I
All l-"nse plat.- collections will Tonto natural bridge is formed
be credited to the scholarship of white limestone and red coral.
fund of the church, which was Located ndar Payson, Ariz., the
started with the first Hohiecom- bridge is 185 feet, above a stream
Inc Sunday three years ago. Ibed.

1:00, 2:50, 5:00, 7:05, 9:15 p.m.
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01g word in JANET LEIGH
., -awakmenat _is Henry WILCOXON Nina FOCH
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b tefry charger; ironing board;
Slarnp; piano bench; telephone
stand; portable typewriter; 8 vo-'
SJlumes "Amertcan Educator";
ladies blue wooden suit, size 1-6.
Tel. 6-219. House 0260-C, Gam-
FOR SALE:--Girl's Roodmaster bike.
Good condition, $20.00. 615-B,
Ancon lvd.
FOR. SALE: Purebred Dalmation
puppies, One male, two females..
365-A, New Cristobol, phone 3-


PhiUlps. Oceonside cottages, Santa
Clara. Box 435, Balboo. Phone
Panama 3.1877, Cristobol 3-1673.
Gramlich Santo Clara beoch-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, g a
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
.6-441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro Ml-
Two and- five room furnished qnd
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon'
FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment. One large -unfurnished
sopartmenf, to couple only. Private
residence, nice grounds, porch.
No. 82, Via Belisarir. Porras.
FOR RENT: Apartment, .porch,
livingroom, 2 bedrooms, dining,
kitchen service, 7th St. Bis., House
9, Porque Lefevre. Tel. 3-4436.
FOR RENT:- -Furnishled room with
ocean view. Telephone Panama 2-
0041. 9:00 to 12 noon & 5.00 p
m. 9:00 p.m. r

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE:-Outboard motor "Evin-
rude Sport Four" 16 H. P. Extra
-Parts. Cristobal 3-1395.
FOR SALE:-One boat 33 ft., :olrd
cypress copper riveted shaft pro-
peller .and equipment, $275.00.
One Chrysler Crown mgor reduc-
tion gear, guaranteed", like new.
$600.00. Ohe Kerhitth Marine
Motor, perfect, $325 00. n e
Chris Craft Motor 1 'H; P. re-
ductiop gear disassmbled, $200.-
00. One 2. ,2 H.P. Johnsort Motor.
perfect, $75.00. One 8 -ft. Alu-
minum, dinghy, unsinkable,. $55.
Many boat parts tools and equip-
ment. One beat house 20, ,40 ft.,
good,. $950.00, Con be seen ot
Booat Hobse, just beyond Sea Scbuts
Diablo, or contact owner 0431,
Apt. B. Acon.

Local Veterans Plan

United Armistie

Day Ball Nov. 10

FOR SALE:Beautifl black le The veterans organizations on
FOR SALE:--Beo utif h block male te Pacific side are joining fore- I
cocker Spaniel 6 months old. Cam- es to stage a united veterans Ar-
plete Genealogy of 35 Champions mistice Day ball to be held at
in this AKC Pedigree. Ft. Gullick the former Sailflsh Club, home
8-8408. of Post No. 1 American Legion,
FOR SALE:-"Cocker Sponfel" pup- Po-n NOV. 10.
pies A. K. C.. Registered. 6 weeks Members of the United Spdnish
old. .House 133-3, Albrook, Tel. War Veterans, Veterans,of For-
86-2226. eign Wars and the American Le-
FOR SALE-. elon and their guests are Invited
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Great o the bal. O their veterans and
Dane dogs; Male yeor%; Female servicenien also are Invited.
Syrs. fawn colored with block There Is noadmission charge, ad-
masks, Perfect for breng Ex- mission being by uniform. mem-
celent. watchdogs; gentle with bership card or proof of service.
children. Desie to sell as pair. It is requested that a jacket be
$500.00. Phone Balboa 1606 be- worn by all attending in civilian1
tween 12k00 and 5:00. clothes. Attire for the ladies Is
FOR SALE:_-One Hohner Accordion optional.
12 BaSs, excellent condition, I A "Vets' Special" dinner will be
yeor old, $40.00. 1 Philco Radio served front 5:30 p.m. until 8:30
$14.00.- 1487-C, Dohrmon Streets pm. at 75 cents each. The menu
Flats, %lboa. or cofH ,2-1706 any- includes tomato juibe cocktail,
time. ; oast beef au jus, baked potatoes
FQR SALE:-Safe p 4 in r in jacket. aparagus in- butter,
FR SALE:cond fe 70 x45 in ver hef's salad.. parker house rolls,
ood cond tion. $750.00. El Toam- butter, coffee and ice cream. Oth-
bar, ISth Stret, opposite Villa- er dinners and the drinks are a-
nueva y Tejeira. Tel. 2-1444. available at reasonable prices.
From 8:30 Phil Arcurl and his
Flower Showt and will ulay dance music. -
On Armistice Day Nov. 11. iet-
Set r CJ erans will assemble In uniform
,'Set or Monday at the Balboa Junior High School
AI Pa i l at 10 a.m. to parade to the Bal-
At Pacific Club boa Stadium. Massing of thp. co-
I '.:ors will be at 10:40. folrlaWd Ib
A flower show will be given at an address by Judge Crowe.
the Pacific Clubhouse Monday by Prayers will be given by Rev.
Ithe of the Pacific Ever.-iravyand Rabbi WltkiD- Music
iareen Garden Club who complet- will be furnished by the 71st Ar-
Cd a six-week course In flower my Band.
arrangementt under Mrs. Charles
.Morfgan. Pedro Miguel
Rev. and Mrs. Lemeel B Shir-. C n il
Swill be guests of honor at the;Ciic Council
f;uwer show which Will last from
4 to g p.m. Meets Monday
Sf Nov.Dinner The Pedro Miguel Civic Coun-
3rdO f Nov. Dinner ell will meet Monday, at 7:30
Planned By Co n vm. in the Girl Scout Com-
Plonned By olon munlty House.
All resident members and of-
Stronger's Club ficers are urged to attend this
dIed vitEr. eaind th

The Strangers Club in Colon Is
making arrangements to cele-
,hrate Panama's Independence
with a traditional beefsteak din-
ner to be held on the evening of
Nov. 2.
The President of Panama, as
well as all the officials of the Ca-
nsl Zone. Army. Navy and Air
Force Have been invited.

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town will be welcome. Nqw re-
sidents are Invited partrlpate
In the activities of the Coun-
In addition to regular busi-
ness transactions, plans for the
forthcoming .election of officers
will be completed.

Paraiso Practice
Dance Postponed
The Pogresve Dancing Club
oaf tPn as eaneeled a Msquaf.
n e ractlee scheduled "ait
fmdxNov. I. it w Ine r*lr.

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3c. each additional word.


RATS are ,
Ral & Mouse Killer
(contains WAR-FARIN) .
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140

77 Auleo ow
Tel. a-141

Transpotes' Baxter. S. A.

Shipping, moving.
We padk and crate
anything. 'Phone
2-2562, PanamA.

or move

DE,& a a. ORILLAC.
(fimher Graduatesi
-, 12 and I 6 prm.
Saturday I t2 noom.
55 Pert Aven Tel. SB-m
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T telephone: 3-4963
A*enida Naelonal 43

koy Scout News
Cub Pack 8 of New Cristobal
v1ll hold Its pack meeting. next
Tuesday, at the Boy Scout Shack
in New Cristobal at 7:00 p.m., it
was announced by John R.: Rice,
vack chairman.
At this meetinr which is the
first for Pack 8 since school
started, the new cubmaster. Mr.
Harper and assistant cubmaster
f.ewis will take over the leader-
ship of the paCk.

Wreckage Showers

On Florida Town i

As Jeff Collide

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The meeting will also be the Trinity Chrch Colon
Dack'k farewell barty toCurtis L.1 At -Trinity Church, Colon,
,:oate. cubmaster for the pack I there will be morninR service at
last year who resigned when he tomorrow conducted by the Rev.
was transferred to Gatun. Norman Pratt. Holy Communion
All parents. cub scouts, pros- will be given after.
activee tcUb scouts and their pa- At 9:30 a.m. a Spanish service
rents and friends of Pack 8 are will be conducted by Rev. J. W.
h:vitd to attend the meeting. LimUkermin, The evening service
The Boy Scouts of America is will be at 7:15 when Rev. Praltt
a Rdd Feather Aeney. will thke as his theme Wbea is
a man's weakest point? This
i sen"' 'C nice will be followed by Holy
St., Lucia Ahead communion.
At the Ubenezer Church. RBI-
Junta Remenin citr. the mornpg ,ser
Caribbean Contest conducted by Mrs. El.
At 5:15 p.m., theri wLtbp an'"I.-
lly service conducted -by the Re.
Maintaining the lead in the PrNtt. His subject will be "Jeaus
Caribbean Queen Contest being Prptt Homie
sponsored by the Junta Femeni- In the Home."
-na de Beneficenci for a Christ-
mas treat to the poor. Miss Erna ,
Vassair (St. Lucia) polled a total
of 140' 'votes at the last count. FREE
followed. clorely bv Cecilia Con-
nell re'enting Barbados. with EE
1015 vOM. FR .Et.
The 6ther contestants are: Ja-
maica (Bette Am va.. 70 65
votes: Panama (Amiul Seales.)l, a N
730 votes; Grenada (Jeannette l AH ,
Armstrong).W 1Mvotes: and. Cuba W. W A
(Vlr s T ai l 1g11 votes: .
The nl oett* of f otes wiuy
takL. hulae T v.Jtofloluthe
reggularnmtlno the J'ua Fe- ..

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-Two jet fighter planes collid-
ed over this 'mall town today
but both -pilots parachuted to
safety and residents escaped in-
jury from a shower of wreckage
that .fell on nearly every part of
the town. -.
The wlng of one- plane sliced
thr0bgh the kitchen of a retired
minister's home, missing 'a child
playing in the yard and a wo-
mahl who had just stopped Into
the room to see what was the
The plane's fuselage dug a 20-
foot wide crater 150 foot from
the house and only a block from
the post office which marks the
centerof town.
Another piece of wreckge
sacked into the hofe of T. G.
Udrtei and flaming debris set
fire to trees and grass In the
Only casualty of the accident
was M. H. Ponder who was fish-
ing from a boat in Lakq Sy-
The planes rammed together
with a thunderclap directly
Overhead. Ponder dived into the
water to escape the hurtling
bits of wreckage and was taken
to a hospital in Orlando, five
mioes south of Meltland, for
treatment of shock, minor back
and'ahoulder injuries.
The fuselage of the second
plane screamed across town and
plummeted into an orange grove
S" half-mile away, narrowly
missing another residence.
Pine Castle- Air Force Base at
Orlando identilled the pilots as
2nd LL. William C. McUord Jr.,
24, Beerhille. Tex., and 2nd Lt.
Joseph P. Ziegler, 28, of Spring-
hield, IlL
Air force officials said the
pilots, were students on a rou-
-ain training flight. They were
takei to "the air base hospital
but were found to be unhurt.
Mrs. T. 0. Mangrum Jr. said
she was writing letters in the
bedroom when she heard the
"The floor shook and I rushed
into the kitchen just in time to
see a piece of the plane come
through the wall a few feet
from where I was standing,"
Mrs. Mangrum said.
Her five-year-o14 daughter,
Connie, was playing nearby in
the yard.

Arnall Asks Teachers

To Lead Way To Polls
KNEXVILLE, Ten., Nov. 1.-
(UP)-Eluis.,nanUL, former gov-
ernor of Georgia 'anet recently
U. S5. price stabilizer, asiede
educators last night to "lead tn
way to the pdlls" in the Nov. 4
general election.
Arnall told the East Tennessee
Education Association conven-
tion lere tht ,m~erfina should.
be encouraged t partliipide
tuly.-and freely in naitonal elec-
"Accordingly, I urge the eau-
catiors, who have such a vital
role to play in a democracy, to
lead the way to the polls .on
Nov. 4."-
After the election, Arnah
stressed, "all good Americans...
should close ranks and march
forward unitedly behind the
leadership the people have
SHe also recomemnfled that
education facilities be expanded
to provide "adequate educa-
tional opportunities" for all
Americans and praised teachers
for the "contribution they make
to the welfare of our citizens
and to the upbuilding of our
great country."

Colon Methodist
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DINNE-DANCE AT'rANAMA GOLF CLUB. TONIGHT 5-244; or Mrs.-Btadmiller at
Ti.. a Cl wll held a dinalr-dl e
nmia StTSt *wzha46 primes wUll 'A Mth New Officers Announced
for tl two gently played tournaments, "Esso" and "Seven- For Army Daughters
Up." Musluill be by Luis Asearraga and his ordlestra. The Panama Canal Chaptel
S of th1 Daughters of the United
luncheon Honors Mrs. lea Marie Hagborg, daughter of Mr. States Army announcedofficers
Mrs. Carlosa.Icaza V., wife of and Mrs. John Hagborg of Cu- for the coming year at a rwe: e
a n t meeting and they Mrs. R.
Amba d of Panama to rmidu Heights, to Sergean K. Barber. President; Mrs. S. H.
while, was honored recently at Httrick of Fort Oulk was Lnnell, Vice-president; Mrs. R.
Sfa.rewell lunicheo given, by solemnized at the Cristobal 0. Lehman, Secretary Mrs P
rto. Wilber 0. Kod t at her Union Church on Saturday, r c- I hmmo rea
ome on La Cresta. Mrs. Icaza tober 25 at 6:30 p.m., by the A. Seymour, Treasurer.
leaving for* Santiago follow- Reverend Philip lavener. The Chapter is proceeding
g a visit of several weeks on The young couple will reside with plans for donations to
he Isthmus. at Fort Oulick. the "Tribunal Tutelar 4e Me-
-rde-e Farewell Bulf t upper nores" in Panama City, a gift
tCrtde-Elecwt BoHonores ew afet pper of two layettes to btnto Tomas
at CookMll Shower Honors Mr.. Pasece Hospital, the annual sale of
Miss May Sullivan, whose Mr. Gaspar Pa c h e c o, who my Daughters calendars and
arriage to Mr. James P. Young leaves the Isthmus today toa Crtmas Chart le
ill take place on November knake his home in Venezuela. a Christmas Charity proct.
0, was the honored guest at a was tle honored guest at a no- Th e Chapter holds a luncheon
cocktail showed given-zecently host buffet supper given recent- meat month DaughteTs of re-
Sthe Driftwood Lounge of the y atthe o of Mr. William g n a or Ar orce
Albrook Offlers' Club. Co-hos- Y. Boyd in B4lla Vista. lcers y, Navy or Air Forceining
tess for the occasion were Mss -this Chapter may contact Mrs.
Ann Cosgrove, Mr. Jeanne Pea- Mrs. Byrne To Vacation in U.S.R. K. Barber at Frt Kobbe.
cock, and Mrs. Lillian Szcu- Mrs. Elvira Byrne of Ancon i r
kowski. sailed Friday aboard the 1. S. Gi cout W
Ancon for New York to rac l Scout Week
Among the attending were ram resnte
Mrs. Lala Asparren, Mrs. Dol rona, Washington, D. C. and rs. Wrightra
rer Coffee. =4 Ginger Coffee, .New .York.teacher at Diablo, arranged a
Mrs. Julie Palm, Mrs. Sadie r program for irl .Scout Week
Anzola, Miss Mary Boyington, -which was presented by Sheila
Mrs. Mary Jane Cole, Mrs. Ka- Mrs. Kennedy Sails For U. S. Snvder of Troop 28 in Curundu.
tie Reid, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. Mary P. Kennedy, Exe- The first stanza of America
Miss Dolores Suman, Mrs. Mar- cutive Director of the Canal was sung by the entire class;
garet Sylvester, Miss Katherine Zone Girl Scout Council, who Georgia Graham of Trobp 28
Jacklein, Miss Geraldine Mel- sailed for New York aboard the gave a talk aboutthe founder,
lon, Mrs. Louise Robinson, Mrs S S. Ancon on Friday, will re- Jullette Low; Judy Hotz and
Betty. Sutton, Mrs. Marie Col- present the Canal Zone Couzncil Karen Brown of Troop 14 de-
Itna, MiM Frances Hayes, Miss as a delegate to the Region 11 monstrated the hand shake, sa-
Martha Hayes, Miss Virginia Girl Scout Conference in New lute, motto, and slogan; Fran-
Phillips, Mrs. Edith Glazier, Miss York City on November 6, 7, res Cox of Troop 55 recited the
Kay-Kazanowski and Miss Phyl- and 8. Girl Scout Promise; Sibylle
lis Hopkins. Following the Conference Mrs. Bergmann of Troop 5 explain-
'Kennedy plans to visit her ed the meaning of the World'
Cooktail-Buffet Held at B.O.Q. brother In Washington, D. C. Tree Poil Flag; Karen Brown
Officers of the Fifteenth Nay- before returning to the lsth- listed the Bill of Rights; Shir-
al District who reside at the mus the latter part of Novem- ley TUlman of Troop 28 and
bachelor officers quarters on ber. Charlen Shore of Troop 14 de-
HeadQuarters Reservation were -monstrated the proper way to
hosts last evening at a cocktail Rosary Allar Society fold a flag;- Shirley Tillman
party and buffet supper held To Receive Communion also gave an explatory talk;
from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at B O.Q. The Rosary Altar Society of on how to wear a uniform; theI
F-- PF Mary's Church in Balboa program ended with 11 sing-,
Farewell Dinner Honors rwo will receive Communion in a ing the Star Spangled Banner.
Miss Louise Freemster, who body at the 8:00 a.m. Mass to- Flag bearers were Tommy
plans to return to her hqme morrow. Ashton and Edmund Valentin.
in Mississippi the latter part of -
November, and Miss Eleanor Charity Barn Dance T'onight
Wine, who will leave soon for The Corowal Officers' Wives Clayton Officers' Wiveq
the United States to make her Club is sponsoring a Christmas Luncheon Wednesday
home, were- honored guests at Charity Barn Dinner-Dance this The Fort Clayton Officer's
a farewell dinner given recent- evening at 6:30 at the Fort Wives Club will hold their re-
ly at the Hotel Tivoli by Mrs. Claytqn Officers' Club. Proceed sgular monthly luncheon meet-
Albert Lizotte. will be used for Christmas Char- ing on Wednesday at 12:30' p.
Also present at the dinner ity. Admission is $1.50 and In- m. at the Fort Clayton Officers'
werd Mrs. BEa Jones and Mrs.c ludes participation th the en- Club.
B. J. O'Toole, .. tire evening's informal enter- Co-Hostesses are to be Mrs.
-ta. Unment. Door prizes will be Marian Calloway, 87-3123: Mrs.
Bagborg.-Ift eic i awarded and a tablecloth will Audrey Brady, 87-213M. and Mrs.
Marriage Anneunced be raffled. Reservations maybe Rowena Brman, 81-5114. Reser-
The marriage of Miss Anna made by calling Mrs. Abarr at nations for the Luncheon may

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Sunday School Classes for all ages ...... 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship .......................... 10:45 a.m.
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It's Movietime TONIGHTI
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be made by calling any one of
the hostesses.
Noon Fiesta Postponed
Till Monday
The Sunday Noon Fiesta orl,-
ginally chedue for tomor-
tow at hotel El Panama hag
been postponed until Monday.
November 2 is Memorial Day
in Panamian.
The Fiesta will be held 'from
12:00 to 3:00 p.m. with musical
accompaniment. 'from Luls Az-
carraga and his orchestra.
I.A.W.C. Board of Directors
To Meet.
%he regular meeting of the-
Board of Directors of the In-
ter-American Women's Club will'
to be held Wednesday, Novem-
ber 12, at 9:00 a.m. at Club
Headquarters on Shaler Roa.
Bridge Tournament
Monday Evening
The regular bridge tourna-
ment will be played on Mon-
day evening in the Card Room
of the Hotel Tivoli at 7:00 p.
m. All those Interested In parti-
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Michigan State Seven

Duke-Georgia. Tech. In Transito Kid,

Battle Of Unbeaten IPs Wallace Ready

NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP)-The No. 1 team i'i
the country-Michigan State-has a stiff test today
in Purdue's Big Ten Conference contenders. Michi-
gan State is a one touchdown (seven point) favorite
\ over the Boilermakers to run its winning streak
The Michigan State-Purdue The Maryland student who al-
game matches two leading pas- legedly offered the bribe 21-
sers. .Dale Samuels handles the year-old Louis Glickfield faces
throwing for Purdue, and Tom a fine and jail sentence if con-
yewcic for Michigan State. victed. Glifkfield, who turned
One of the seven major un- himself in to Washington D. C.
beaten-untied teams Will drop by police Wednesday night, has
the wayside today when Duk'e beeti ordered to appear in a
plays Georgia Tech. Duke h'a.s Washington court on Nov. 20. He
won six games. Georgia Tech, 'a will face extradition proceedings
slight (one point) favorite, has brought by Maryland author-
on six and is unbeaten in its last cities.
20 games. Duke's chances rest on Getting back today's games,
passer Worth Lutz, but the Texas and Southern Methodist
Georgia Tech defense has held will bDttle for the Southwest
the opposition to only 379 yards Conference lead. Texas is a two
through the air in six, games. touchdown (13 point) favorite
SMaryland's second-ran k,in g over the Mustangs.
Tcrrgpins should have little Te West Coast headliner is a
trnule beating Boston, Universi- "pick 'em" affair between Cal-
ty bor their 19th straight win: ifornia and UCLA. California is
/ Coach Jim Tatum of Maryland sriolderlng after its loss to
hbeieves his quarterback Jack S9uthern Cal last week. A crowd
Sc.nrbath is better than Bos- of `78,000 will watch UCLA's in-
ton's signal caller, Harry Ag-qjured halfback, Paul Cameron,
L. ganis. Tatum says "we know return to full time action. Lead-
S all about. Agganis, but Scarbath ing the California attack will be
will out-play him." halfback Johnny Olszewski.
Scarbath'is one of three Mary-
laid JlaVcrs ,offered a. bribe to
l dlat Satan Football Schedule
L ',la, ia n a S ti tr la st S a tu rd a y ,U SY.
ris b l Scores Bradley 29, North Dakota 13.
fljUre s o Cti S epi-tV 0kla 7, Southwestern
S[ IOkia 6..
SIowa i. >sleyan 62, Culver Stock-
2 -6 try ve i HIGH SCHOOL
S dison 28, Jax Jackson 7.
Sft. Mary's 12, St. Patrick's 6.
/ JUIn r I O 6Cll 1 nllsborough 12, Jax Lee 9.
vA Pahoke,-20, Okeechobee 0.
he hihl Po.npano Beach 20, St. Ann's 14.
he nhigly favored Cristobal Palm Beach 21, Orlando Boone 12
Hi h Tigers lived up to expec- FRIDAY
taoions and whipped the out- Villanovd 20, Parris Island Maz-
numbered but courageous Junior rines 20,'
.College football squad 20-6 last Alabama State 7, Fisk 6.
ni" ht at Mount Hooe ball park. Chattanooga 47, Louisville 14.
The Tigers T,"shed over a Kentucky 29. Miami (Florida) 0.
to downn In r1e of the three Tampa 27, Livingston 12.
fir:t quarters :. I it appeared Case Tech 21, Baldwin Wallace 7.
th t Coh.iee would pgalr be held
scrrelpss urtil the finklk two ml-
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SA!"luas threvi t 25-vard pass tO The Gatun boys football team
Bob Dolan wd6 went over the can be seen every afternoon
lire standing up The try for the actfvelv working out pnder the'
extra point failed as the gun abl, coaching of Gayle Fortner.
wrnt off to end the game. The team is badly In need of
i rn th first quarter. after substitues and any boy in the
T 'my Hushes had n'cked up 15 filth enid sixth grades that has
S., y ds around his right end. Bill not, signed for this activity is
R' 'eron took over and rpced urged to do so now.
th' final 15 yards for the first PracticW for newcomers will get
Ssc- re of the evening. Hughes underway, Tuesday, Nov. 4 at
ki' '-ed the extra oolnt. 3:00 p. m. There will be a boys
n the second quarter Bob team and a girls team which
'c and Les leinhlart got the will play in the Elementary
l 'to the college three-vard school tNrunament to be held
'line after a Hushes kick to the December 5th. Nine players are
i, College ten-yard line Reinhart needed for each team from the
: then went around his own right fitth and sixth grades. Boys.and
end for the second touchdown. girls interested may sign at the
SThe conversion attempt failed. gyfi office any day this week.
After working the ball to the Gatun 'boys and girls, nine
College 20, Hughes and Roberson years Ihd over, who have passed
picked up the final tally in twol he American Red Cross begin-
plays Hughes successfully kicked ners test, interested in starting
th- extra point to make the a swimming team are asked to
score 20-0. please contact G. Field at the
The scrappy JC eleven had swimming cool next. Thursday
only 13 players available for the and Friday from 3:00 p. m. to
gpme. 5:00 p. m. The purpose of the
team will be to teach advanced
swimming, such as tandem.
T I water ballet, also diving lessons
for those Interested.
I I I II Plans for a Women's Recrea-
~Alhl e Fo llion-Class in swimming re now I
underway and all civilian wo-
th le s o* ltImen of Gatun. Margarita arid
Do your feet itrh. blister. smart. Cristobal. also all Armv and
rack. peel and bleed so bad they nearly rm
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lhiner.,. which is called Athlets Ia oot area are welcome and invited
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The highly publicized Transito
Kid and Sylvester Wallace yes-
terday went through final work-
outs for .their scheduled ten-
round battle tomorrow night at
the Panama Gym.
The Kid's handlers say that
he is in tip-top shape and should
live up to his billing as a classy
fighter. They expect him to score
an easy win over the hard-hit-
tinz Wallace.
The Wallace entourage, how-
ever, is of an entirely different
opinion. Wallace's trainer, the
veteran Cecil McCalla, has gone
as far as to predict a knockout
victory for his boy. McCalla also
thinks that Wallace will soon be
crowned champion of the local
The unusual pre-fight interest
heine shown and the heavy bet-
ting that is taking place on the
outcome of this contest is an al-
most sure sign that there will
be a sellout crowd at the Avenue
"A" coliseum tomorrow night.
Up to the time that this arti-
cle was written, Transito con-
tinued to be a solid choice a-
mong the "experts." Several vet-
e r a n ringmen, however, a r e
backing the elongated Wallace.
Cesar Leal and Vicente Worrell
also ended their training in ex-
cellent condition. Leal 4s the
pick to score a kayo before the
eighth, of this scheduled ten-
Byron Cumberbatch and Bat-
tling Escudero will mix It up In
a sir-round semifinal while ama-
teur boxers "Tote" Ibarra and
Luis "Dillinger" Diaz take on
each other in a specially four-
round bout under amateur rules.

The Cristobal Gun Club will
have a trophy shoot on the Trap
and Skeet Range this Sunday.
Nov. 2 and that on the small
arms range. a pistol match will
bp tJd between the Cristobal
Gun Club team and the Police
pistol tequj starting at 9:30 a.m..
on the saie date.
There should be plenty of ac-
tivity for all. The club will be
prepared to serve those well-
known chicken and steak din-
ners, and you are all welcome to
spend the day with us. We ex-
pect that such regular Pacific-
side shooters as Lee-Carr will get
a 'kick' out of seeing our newest
member Senor Pugh possibly
make his first 25-straight; and
this boy. though he comes from
the deep South. may prove to
be the answer to the Democratic
search for a wiener.
As for the pistol shooting.
watch 'Dead-Eye Harvey' (not
believed to be a relation to the
operator of those seafood res-
taurants in Washington) try to
keep them in the black. He
doesn't' like red or any other col-
or in business or sports at any
time. So the Club wishes every-
one who can possibly get there,
come and bring his or her
A scheduled 10-round bout be-
tween welterweight Gil Turner
and Bobby Dykes In Philadelphia
has been postponed because
Dykes has an eve Injury. A bout
between feather, a Ight Percy Bas-
sett of Philadelohla and Red Top
Davis of Hartford, Connecticut
will be substituted.

Crowd Of 1,500 Pays $1,200

At Clayton Benefit
To lads who can take it or dish fighters have. a terrific punching
it out in wholesale lots high- ability and took turns for the
lighted the Fort Clayton Benefit first two reminds handing ,the
Smoker Friday night as they put other 9ne staggering blows to
on one of the top slugging duels the he'd and body. Both men
of the year in the semi-final were in top condition and mere-
bout. Paul Smith of Albrook ly shook off the blows and came
gained a unanimous decision back in to hand out a few
over Charles Joyner of the 33d punches of their own. Whep it
Infantry as the crowd rose to was all over, Smith, who has
cheer both fighters as they left scored two TKOs in his only pre-
the ring. vious outings here, was awarded
The battle set the stage for the unanimous decision, Only a
the final bout of the night as few boos from the cro*d greet-
1,500 fans, who paid $1,200 whi' ed the announcement as every-
went to the Childrens' Christmas one in the audience came to
and Recreatfon Fund, and left their feet to give both boys an
the crowd with the feeling that ovation.
they had receive a top evening The final bout of the evening
of entertainment in donating followed much the same pattern
their money to a worthy cause. for the first two. rounds as Bob
The odds would have been a- "Cat" Mohn and John Warren
bout 100 to 1 that the Joyner- matched blows. Warren of Al-
Smith match would last for the brook was holding a slight edge
entire three rounds as they came over the Signal fighter when
out of their corners at the open- Mohn suffered a cut under his
ing bell and started trading slug- left eye which brought the bout
going blows from the start. Both to a close, much to the disap-

Big Johnny Mize Writes,

Book On Art Of Hitting
United Press Sports Writer

NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) -
Johnny Mize is writing a book
on the art of hitting and he is
equally qualified to do a sequel
6n the art of growing old-sue-
cessfully in the major leagues.
The Big Cat is held in higher
esteem today in the twilight of
his career than he was at any
before, during or just as he pas-
sed his peak.
The awkwardness and lack of
speed that led two National
League clubs to let him go
doesn't mean a thing to the New
York Yankees. They have been
paying the big guy for just one
thing these last four seasons-
to hit. Nearing 40, Mize hasn't
lost a thing at the plate and
he'll probably be around for an-
other whirl next season.
"It depends on what kind of
an offer the postman brings," he
Perhaps no other club- but the
rich Yankees could afford to
keep Mize around on a fat sal-
ary. and yet he proved his worth
in the stretch drives year after
year and in each World Series as
well. .
In the field, Mize has on one
visible asset handling throws
from his infielders. He has a long'
reach, is sure-handed and sure-
footed, rarely being caught off.
the bag while scooping up a
O batted balls hit in his di-
rection, it's a different story.
Criticism of his fielding no
longer is hitter but merely a
statement of fact.
Originally an outfielder, Mize
became a first baseman when
he came up to the St. Louis-Car-
dinals in 1930 after five years in
the minors. Branch Rickey had

Big Jawm take lessons from the
Cardinal incm bent, Rip Collns,
and. when Mze had absorbed all
the "finesse" his hulking 'body
would take, Collins was traded
to the Cubs.
But the Cardinals never won a
pennant with Mize on first base,
hough he became the most
ad slugger of his league. He
was traded to the Giants shortly,
befoitr Pearl Harbor Day apd the
Giants never won a pennant
with him, either.
The Oards sold Mize to build a
team; on speed rather than pow-
or -ad the very next season BSt
Louis won a pennant while Mise
knocked In 110 runs br' the
GlSnts and led the league in that
LA y .Leo Duroeher, out to
m y kind of team," even-
tully let Mise go. Two years
later the Giants won a pen-
I-1g6 Jawm began to get the
ilea he was a pennant hoodoo,
eIoUt cd u ltnt blame hlim much,
t four years. qulokly
Isped that notion. He's 'four-
for-four with the yankee, four
nan in fotr years and four
dwid champfonshlps to go along
Vith it. .
is a good bet to be around
*gain next year even if on a
natter of pride. He's sure like to
get into that "2.000 hit club"
ven though 88 others already
ve made the grade.
The records show 15 more base
hits. will put him Izi..Counting
world Series and All-Star games,
has topped 2,000 but .that's
ctly a phony record. Only the
regular season total goes into the
records books.
There's nothing phony about
Big Jawn. He wants.his 2,000-for

pointment of the fans. However,
t must be remembered, these
lads are scheduled tot the Armed
Forces Tournament beginning on
November 15 and the managers
are taking no chances on having
their fighters out of commission
for the big one. Mohn was keep-
ing his left hand in Warren's
face throughout, while Warren
was using a left cross and right
hook with stunning effective-
ness. At'the time the bout was
called and Warren awarded the
TKO. The judges were split in
their'ratings of the two fighters
with two judges having Warren
ahead. and the other giving the
nod -to Mohn. However, all a-
greed that Mohn was very much
3n the running and had a good
chancy of pulling the fight out
of the fire,
Lee Wilson of the 33d Infantry
survived a first round knock-
down to dome back and score a
second round TKO over Lou Per-
fetti of the 45th Battalion in an-
other top bout. Perfrtti opened
fast and connected with a ter-
rific righppercutuppercut to the chin
after only thirty seconds of ac-
tion Which dropped Wilson. The
Infantry lad hung on for the re-
mainder of that round and then
the minute rest revised him and
he opened up at the onset of the
second and staggreered Perfetti
With a, left -hook which dropped
his guard. Wilson then pounded
his foe' with a series of rights
and lefts to the chin which
dropped Perfetti in a heap. He
managed to stagger to his feet
at the count of nine but was still
in a daze and the referee hur-
:rledly stepped in apd called a
halt to the match after 43 sec-
onds of the round. /
Jan4 McAbeer. of the 65th
Group wo split decision over
Harlod Mariano of the 45th to
start the .evening. The. fight
started slow and did not pick up
until the final round whenbt
bons landed s.e v e r a telling
blowsThe decision was an uni
popular one .wIPVi the crowd
which had been rooting- for. Ma-
rlano. Rdbert HRaWle of the Co-
r6oal team followed ex-
hibition of farecy footwork which
won him a split decision over.
Mendez Herminio of the 504th
FA Battalion.
The third bout went to David
Santiago of the 65th on a un.
animus decision over Arturb-

Ut -.a on Ut.*In eb
Oardn Saentiag of tdie dye
tor amucnn power for his ou1
ones, YOladof m Sgnai no h 80r14L
lo tecisiofne d Frank Tripd o
the 65th and Luls Onzaled of the
65th took- a',plit' decision from
Harold apestany of tip
ThIs was fopowed by Rudolph
Hureta of the 33d and. Parrila
Torres of the 504t# and the de-
ision was unanimous in favor of
Gerardo Clemente of the 33d
scored a unanimous verdict over
Tony Diardi of Signal in another
of the free swinging type of
fights which thrilled qrowd.
James Wallace added the sec-
ond win of the evening for the
Navy from Coco Solo with a split
decision over Bill Murphy of
Signal, but his teammate Charles
(Continued on Page NINE)



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left as if to re-
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The quarterback slips around
end as if to receive a pass, heads
for the safety man.
The winRbaek drives at the de-,
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tweengusi4d taedet.

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lye lineman opposite him to
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Where Drunks

Once Tottered

Little girls and boys will soon "Let the pe
be dancing, playing with clay and
pastine gcd-and-green paper in-
to Christmas decorations on the TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
spot where sad-eyed 4th of July
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Renovation has alreadystart.d L i W I I r V I % VIV % I I % I I f IIA %
to convert the first floor of the
former Ancon police substation
ntu schoolrooms for the AnconOls D
kindergarten. Roger W. Collinge,
Canal Zone director of elemen-
tary education confirmed today. C pn D
(Earlier this week it was re-
vealed that the second floor of*
the building will be used as a LA PAZ. Bolivia, Nov. 1 (UP) owners of the expropriated pro-
dormitory for six Canal Zone -Bolivia's rich tin mines, in- perties, Minister of Mines Juan
Junior College girls and their f bal-M an i eluding the vast, American- Lochin, told the crowd that in
house mother ) U---UUIb-l-- a" I Ul !controlled Patliio interests, were his opinion "the companies owe
iv, seized by government troops to the state a sum much greater.
Colline said today that school IVC OU yesterday under a nationaliza- than the state owes in indemni-
authorities consider that the new v uil ti1on decree, ilcatlon to the companies."
location will have several advan-Ele O Tuesday
ages over the quarters now oc te Te Police said officials and A preamble to the nation-
upled by the kindergarten at On usdy executives of the Patifio mines alization decree charged that
thue Ancon Elenderntar ten School. I were prevented from leaving the big tin companies-not-
For one thing, there is a play Carl Maedl. President of the, the company's offices after ably Patifio, Aramayo -and
round nearby on Chamre Strelt Cristobal-Margarita Civic Coun- allegedly attempting to escape Hochschild-"ruled the coun-
and for another there is a safeci, announced today that ath "extensive and secret try through bribes, Corruption
loading and unloading area for ents of the New Cristobal. Cris- documents." and intimidation of officials."
buses behind the old olic sub- tbal and Margarita areas Aill The nationalization decree. It accused the big mining in- Also.hind the actual school- eject ten Council members and making Bolivia's reserves of the terests of persecuting all those
room space will be larger, four alternates at the election to strategic metal state property, who resisted them and making
room held on November 4. was signed at the Maria Barzola them "obey unconditionally by
The Schools Division Is knock- Ballet boxes will be placed at mine in Catavi In the presence organizing revolutions, if neces-
ing out r.everal partitions and the Commissaries and Clubhous- of an emotional, flag-waving sary."
the sergeant's desk to give the es in Cristobal and Margarita at throng of 35,000 persons. It added that "in contrast to
kindergarten more soace. Addi- convenient hours throughout the While the decree promised the overwhelming enrichment of
tional toilet room will be added. day -just compensation" to t he tin magnates, the state was im-
But as for the cells the school
will lust seal thmn off an-i lea Vi toing will be held at the Cris- ..'" ....... .
them where they are Getting all tobal and Margarita Commissar-
that steelwork out of the build- miles from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and ,-
in_ would be too costly. ,from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The
pnlls will ti. open at the Cristo-
Collinge would elve no defln- SIl Clubhouse from 11:45 a m. to
Ite date for the kind.'rgarteners 1"30 Dm. and from 5:30 pm. oto .
move. but said he hoped to hn've 8:00 P m.. and at the Margarita
them in the new quarters by Dec. Clubhouse from 5:30 p.m. to 8.00
1 p.m.
Maedl also stated that the
B ____ CCristobal-Margarita Civic Coun-
Burglary Charge eli is taking an active part In the
rent raise issue. At a regular
Reduced; Boy Gets meeting this week, Councilmer-
'-.Irs unanimously voted to do all
30 Days In Jail in their Dower to have an organ-
ization formed on the Zone com-
A Panamanian youth was sen- nosed of all United States citizen
tenced on a loitering charge to Government and Company em-
30 days in iall during the Bal- Iloves, families, and dependents.
boa Magistrate's Court afternoon Maedl has been appointed a
session yesterday. member of a group that will act
as a steering committee to con-
The 15-year-old defendant was side the employrrnt of a per-
eriginally charged with burglary manent legislative representative
When he tried to enter the for the Canal Zone Emergency
Gamboa Golf and Country Club. Legislative Finance Commltt,.e.
This argue was reduced to1 Sherman Brooks. Council See-
lat terips on a motion made by retry has been elected to a com-
the government. rrittee which will report out a
The youth had no previous constitution and set of by-laws
Canal Zone police record, for the organization.
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Harry Trumean climbs aboard rence
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The following weather condi- mian 'Highway but none aie sent
tions are based on past records likely to occur at either canal dicith
ond may be expected to occur in I entrance. Most of the fogs form dicsa_
the Canal Zone and vicinity dur, around midnight and may be thoul Ncvember. expected to dissipate before path<
Weather: Maximum rainy sea- 8:30 a.m. B
*on conditions usually occur dur- Temperature: The average air the
ing the month of November. temperature will be approximate- nes
There is. however, considerable Iv 80 degrees. Dally maximum well
variation in the amount of rain- and minimum temperatures will .Tou
fall from vear to year. Normally average 85 and 73 degrees on the part
a total of 10.13 inches may be ex- Pacific side and 84 and 75 degrees ties.
nected at Balboa Heights. 13.93 on the Atlantic side. Highest and Avi
inches at Madden Dam and 22.39 lowest Novemk-.'r temperatures duato
inches at Cristobal but the range on record are 94 and 65 degrees duate
from wettest to driest Novembers but these do not occur frequent- conlk
c.n record an': 20.51 to 3.52 Inches ly. work
at Balboa Heights, 36.22 to 3.08 Relative Humidity: November and
inches at Madden Dam and 43.06 is our most humid month with that
to 6.63 inches at Cristobal. Meas- averages of about 188 per cent board
unable rain will likely occur on 22 at Balboa Heights. 91 per eent siriI
aayvs distributed over 80 hours at at Madden Dam and 86 per afits
Balboa Heights and 25 days and cent at Cristobal. aeien
153 hours at Cristobal. Winds and Storms: November 4
Clouds and Sunshine: Mostly Is. the last month of the hurri- wM
cloudy skies will prevail during cane season. These tropical I "
November but there will be an storms occasionally form in te
average of about 5 hours of sun- Caribbean Sea and move north-
..hine per day or 42 pet cent of ward but their usual paths are
the oosalble. too far north of Panama to cause
Fogs: Nighttime ani early damaging winds on fte Isthmus.
morning fogs may be expected Storms of the "Norther" type arr
quite frequently oveT the Gall- sometimes experienced when n
lard Cut section of the Canal high pressure sr.'as of the tern-
and the central section of the nerate zone extend far enough
Isthmus alonr the Trans-Isth- .outhward to affect IsthmnUitl
They are characterized by two
or three days of strong northberf
winds and high seas on the At ,
tantic Coast and almost contini-*
ous heavy rains with reelat
SSueh storms and flood& occ i-
red during the month of NovqjP
her in 1802, 18f. I879,.188I, I .
1931 132. 19 and 10.-' -
'Local thun torms wisl -
frequently during the jam~t
Otherwise. winds over the
dPaPer" W& JtW tic Coast will generally
ind variable with an av
Iev of six to 12 mile
itwest winds wiUll M
the Pacific Coast Ka

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poverished, carrying budget de-
Manuel Barrau, president of
the Bolivian Mining Corp,, In-
to whose hands the" national-
ized properties were placed,
told the United Press he be-
lieves the nationalized pro-
perties-which formerly were
the world's third largest pro-
ducers of tin-now will in-
crease production greatly.
The state promised to recog-
nize long employment service
and other social benefits due
workers for services to the for-
mer owners and said national
and foreign employes will "en-
joy al l guarantees."


Deadline Is

November 14

The Panama Committee on
Study and Training in the U.
States announced today that so
far 14i applications have been
received for scholarship and fel-
lowshIps awards which' are pro-
vided through United States
Government educational grants
and the Institute of Internation-
al Fducation.
The deadline for fililg a*-
plicatiohs is Nov. 14 an d .te
committee has stated 'that
there will be some awards a-
vamable on a competitive basis
to hJigh school. gradates. uiilo-
ersity students, i nd graduates.
The committee will recommend
outstanding applicants to the
Institute of International dlu-
cation in New York City, which
cooperates with the U.8. Gov-
ernment and with colleges, univ-
ersitaes, civic groups and private
organizations in awarding thle
one- year grants under the U.S.
11ineoit lWv-ovr

aIonal EA-xci|ange Program.
committee will rive prefe-
to those candidates who
,not previously studied in
ptited States.
allable to university r'adu.
itudenta are tuition fellow-
i, a limited number of msain-
n ee rants and t r a'v e 1
* asistantsh4ps and fel-
tps eOWering all expenses.
oider-to be considered for
M the fellowships a graduate
mant sould have an out-
lhng academic record.
ere are certain fields of
.jp Whidh it is very difficult
t#Aa fellowships at the pre-
iie. These include me-
, dentistry, veterinary me.
d .t is ated fields al-
lgh tete are possibilitled in
Iogy td radiology.
ltt j o ttaNltles lie In
fIe AfttionD, bnsi-
.ad- lo, public
an. bPa and law.
nit w#ten graduates have
teairly good opportuni-
ailabil to high school gra-
s of university undergra-
Sxstdetkle who have not
leted all of -their college
ar. tuition scholarships
Ra Uj.mntd number of awards
hclki. t.iltion, room and
; 'arAularly-for those de-
t year's worm in liberal
- the umanities or social
erre i e habblarships in
L brjfra~es. Un-
W-bl to s aupl,
S. for their
their va-
I .w*.fi..

r muI'e Uc WAzstll
good health, of
eabter and intel-
Bnd have a com-
w waiting and
&ge of English
B academic pur-
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 1 before Hill an
(UP)-James Three-Gun Hill Into North-Flor
ran into one too many road- couple and th
blocks today after a twq week daughter and
crime rampage that advanced and hise lrl fri
him from an obscure hoodlum ll had ki
to top billing as a public enemy. 1;Hll had kidi
The bespectacled, shrunken- N. Y., motorist
cheeked highwayman surren- amd made him
dered meekly to state troopers Barwtow road Ce
and deputies at the last block- aSe used Triah
ade across his escape route to away but later
Georgia. He said he would have falo' san unh;
shot It out with his three guns Anl hig victims
except he feared a young cout- sree which ca
pie he held hostage would get da. through Oe
hurt. 0 and Alabama.
Behind him lay a fantastic lorida,
record of 26 kidnapings in four Sherif Hagie
states, as many robberies, 10 car Couty he
thefts and a climactic "delivery" o nvctt, Ti
of four Florida convicts from a o rict&w late
prison road gang-all in two
kaleidoscopic weeks.,armd ralts rg
Hill, only 29 but middle-aged expected to ta
in appearance because of his him to Jackson
seamy face and graying hair, meant on inter
admitted he was the man who and car theft c
called himself a "three-gin nrmap Ithef c
maniac" as he robbed and car- of MacDill e
ried off victims. wDthIse
"I have been a kidnaper for a whowithhishgi
long time," Hill told FBI agents mns was a h
who swarmed into the hunt for Ibani "scared
him and took temporary cus- ant m scareat
tody. not mistreat us
"I will plead guilty to kidnap- The couple w
Ing, armed robbery and any 0
6ther crime except murder or
mistreatment of people I have
kidnapped. I never do that."
Hill had been discharged from
Florida state prison last August
and lived on the proceeds of
infrequent holdups until two
weeks ago he decided on his
grand rampage.
"Why did I do it? I faced
more time than I could ever
make any way so I decided I
might as well have some fun."
Captured with .Hill at Yulee,
20 miles north of here, was
James Douglas, one of the con-
victs the "maniac" freed Thura-
day at Bartow, som6 200 miles
to the south.
The other three including -
Hubert Lee Cann, a old Florida
prison pal of Hil'P4 were round-
ed up Thursday nlgh%. and early
today in the phosphate flats
around Bartow..
Hill apparently had been .try-
ing to recruit a new goag. when
he freed the foursometo replace
two youths captured' over .he
weekend -after they parted come-.
pany with the a,"
L.. F. ChaOm ,. t I.. ..
dent of the *Irda priPon, .
remembered that HllV'apps,
ently was Just one of these
venFurout kinds who ha& ,b
"If he can get anyone, to .fol-
low him he's likely to do any- -*. -
thing," Chapman said. W w
But Cann apparently had taken, a.caiS
a dim view of Hill's escapades .P
because they parted, company .. ..
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nders T
id ouBlar shaped JiraconvZle ""i s
eir aix-year-old "A station a
a youba airman and parked," '
end en route.. thought it wa -so *i
naped a Buffalo, fliers. tonhe car
t, Johnny Tshe o to roll down the
drive him to the '- did4 0 P hethro n
ap earlier. ia "t
car inthe et- -he tete a p
reeaedth. .0 tInMf."EIs-a-id

Armed as he dJA
throughout the
-rird from Florl-
orgi a.Tennessee
then bhek to

in Parrish ot Pblk
Hill freed the
he prisoner back
r today .on war-
g kidnapping and
But the FBIz was
ke over. moving
vllle for arraign-
state kidnaping
Robe4t H. Tarrh
Id, Tamp., Fla..
irl, Marllyn Cum-
stage of Hill and
capture,.aaid the
us but they did
as kidnapped near
Rema z" -OP

TArh said that on the wayi
JaciZonyille Dougla fpraed i
to give hilm Air Force pants aen
a ani frome"his ut h e whcl
he -Mbitituted for Its convic
"After a wh1bOth became,
very friendly," Tarrh aald. hl]
bragged about his kidnapin
They did not in any, waV mi
trea$ us,"
Hill apparently had change,
character .however, from th
hysterIcally laughing Self-sty!
ed "maniac" Who beat his hand
on the aldes of vctta' car
during his Tenneaee holdul
"Everyone tell me I look Itk'
a school teach," he, tpld hi
captors. "You wouldV't think
was a thug to look at me. .ouk
Yp?,Uihad a good time while I

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