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.

Record Information

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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WASHINGTON, Oct. 28<(U )-UetqiwBim
important and perhips- diecidin- camcpagJgi r
fiMttie in im Dalmocrts'v. mafre tuB'Ads"
trg isose a iU ^ puician dididu. i
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at the'idela that present inemplym nVt t
afthopugh d4ple"" i consi&rtirlf of;th
states of recent*i w and a chait.-over from. N
economy. ,.
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Thi, firms from whif this.yaar's campaign require
lhaE been received to r at pblie "dig down" d give
as re lwsMi nA .iioaoe. oven-more ge erously thrA .hoy
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A DQJD, /Oct. 28 (UP) The
leader of the British dock strike
sa. todf -thata goverment-
orde.d "a iawdown" meeting ft
labor a -d 4npyers "has made
a step- f Ja" toward set-
Ti eting produced the first
ma :-r I .gnW-a break In the 14-
dayq&. wrk-stoppage involving
som*144 40 dockworkers.
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outimissi of strike
leakderMchaW-:,Bartett with an
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progress was. made" at a set-
sla.M* MW ers and strikeun
at h*>* to of Labor.
for a' basis for a
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:Ba i l.eaerier of the NMIASD
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4n..e w.r'ote "The Old
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SahgWay was very serious
k6' obviously deeply, moved
IL.,ha learned of the award.
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'miq ngway said he 'bad gone rather thean ft a a
oWer The Old Man and the Sea"' currency.".
MaMn. times "at the end I was He aid national s
a ,ftm ". any major uto now
, -b have to bavea lot of luck and taxation, lJtho
to Writgood prOse.' he remark- mnisataUonft expect
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g6.5 a. 0 ... Special grand juries are bet
to use the new ati-subversion
Se Mea Jles b e open foem for eden of The Panama Ameuptie elaws to smash the Commurdms 4t"
Leat =asumuled grtefllym end are handled in a wholly eefdidemtial inner conspiracy againsa us.
These s are guid by 1 -)4.
eV o e ributeae leter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear thg secutors who are scientists n
Mest day. Letters ea paleblished m the order received, their fleld.-npunishmenft shal he' r*
toa tl keep the. Ietevs Ilmited t. e gs .pe engh. be fashioned match a crime -r gv'o
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S newspaper es pensibity for statements as opiniem o But that still leaves one wallow-. g : a
in lettero frqmn T l(g often coumt UI^rp w
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LEOorpewWftat setuteis thile
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THE SMAI4L BOX 11h8 0h 'A no |
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alive no matte what else dies? m t.. ,A. 10 .l tedr tl t Ute
OPEN LETTER TO THE GAO I spent this past weekend ta lk I RE 2 p SInsiVosed '
enge .MM. -been perpetrated in the Canal Zone upon the Mt eh ha bn ew to a *the
AmefSntoc1pn e. The taxpayer has been cheated out of four men's families who had ost a e b t hea r
million do .Te matter is brought to your attention in view nmcd $,00 0,000 u the ou
of Pi n1 d d 165l in protectingW te taxpayers' interests. Comnist union to which tte
refer Iealyto the legislation that turned the Navy Thebd put the "aaatus" bp ..
H fate at over ito the Canal zone Government with- foe workers' own probl t
rmb Tim people were yeO
orei the American Safet Iw Co. O-
y law, the Panama Canal Company is supposed to pay Its employs who had ben with a t
af t Cnal Zone Government needed the a ew a On 'g, .raising a a d
Atlanlo sl* Oas it obviously did )andi abs OMaS010o t"y MWP-Ald r.hillren-thi umsc -IruIuen bo
not been there to give, the costs of a new hospital would have These workers told ine that we
been. by law, borne by the Panama Canal Company and paid for the on dtshowedth
bowednl e o Ghe AN,
S True, the funds would have come initially from a federal ap- artcilit ctshells, ao fthey o J wed. A 7 t.d s te I a i cos
but that apropriation, by law, would have to be these workers the unions na
, re by Panama al Company from its revenues. little, thou J was te Is etroltitet n B e
'Asi V"standsut O he leAisl0 tue.e the propeiry iI gaftCal and veseo. e cthaoter, to e.
merely requires the Canal Zone vernment to capitalize his fries asda dm esmu no-Com t otet to Wee
unlio W obyr.Commus t dmevoO I -R
investment. This is routine uractlee with any corporation when ut tho viet Uomn and its Cdeo h .-ht d rd
it acquires a new capital investment, but the mere act of capital- to t Soviet Union and ItsComthe sdown,
Igston never k. a soar u I khow, relieved f rioraUfon of the inteery-rn.t --11418
necess o -pof wea eIt acquires. te W ar yielded to a "return to nor- OthrA followed Seretary o Dense- Charley
malaey".The problems of peaqe o 't ike k dna r a
The arg~meM ,u JW been a t t there w no alwa bring .problems of readmust- ,l. ec nsW e t th n ti i e
reimbuses .e be en .tat was .. d m to lower profits amid a higher! o -nt"e .t bt*; Ien m&.'e. i_ ,o
a s to 2hAmerican Safety hRagor cm s N ew Keo N otebo
the Navy -apd th ]'. peana.n;dreds ofwother plants d IfThats s
hr d a e i.23 g s T. U naei & m cv r n paUo Vi un^ it o dsril tnu ow s od
Hitrlu tii si out n myPal leaf I ulook his over $26 .ation, found It would B yI ADR t1 e e a uagdfduttia 'his
Storied this n out on my nel-. I took bh- la 6( S a o Laou nda ot r By UvB .no L.oa s aM. berd em & O h aea
S eient to etoperate Mnianao .. .a .a / "p a a e h
mower, locked It up i t fa lfe, sand -to hir that! w t e pr b io plant ton oeate -a *, -- Ulr da esw
ne l e. ma. t yrat -1 as 1waswkeepw&It forhw ..i unt B se as story plan t thany a big t ls e uer tyu p ut
Int rte s mailos a t l w h e Mnevr s wan e c indua area. New York City-0- -- b I e o y t
"hort1 10SutudeE tha lhests annyt ofoe nf loyanf ea Pt CN 'the Demoeratit c ptl ans fe a:or
t setT 1 M' I ... early vantage in the 50 T have aly tout, since IticlansI kuw would mens haven't touched a cto tTa
with since the plant roiled and sharp. they gave she lhprivle ge to do their andmother if she threat- -to-the world, at iea we've rae ... eld, of course Con
." || ," ened its first blade. it in print, that party poli tis per ended heiearned-run average pretty honest t'opuM a T i thed aene, got Broohlyn a e lonea'*o n
He took Ml owr I_. av e. n set was a dirty business, and tnat Which is to say that if deliberate. a rou h racket. saL and 1 s to put o5us. OS pltgess1 po
A a 1 wHy not he giving Nav The Company found a plant on the loyalpartyacks who clung sabotage of an Eisenhower pr fall-sort brand Namara In emorat r mn -
a four mi olar credit to apply againt Canl Zone Govern- Staubton, a. It pal(' over $1,000,- together or wrong, were gram would et the Demsak me into power thi ar, mary to of e late Blair o r committee ha
ment charges tO Navy lor education and medical oare in the Canal 000 for the new pr rty. However, shortsigted elf-gratifors. T h e next trip, a Democratic Iisenhower' q- n O backing
Zone? it first, establish t there wtt rDemocrats were particarly good sonl majority would go .largely lost. ar ut since 's death M enr y More u to Wah
-onrre-.Cert iduree. facilities for recreation, for wori at this Under Truman, In a more to work with wrecking axqS h p oat time and. Namara has u*t CIO-&FL bAck- n for cross-euamin Jut
ship and for education for its pea- or less damn.the-country, the-par- let the program go smash, eris more pi ing.' And ju4ln by the loud election. i p-
3FR3 VACATIONS PATfNS ple. The churches vere counted- ty-comes-first vein. or not. a thaiep alarms sou d by GOP Sen, el no to fof it
.... one Roman Catholeic Church, one I never heard so apny lies and I canE.eail two cases h b d Homer Fergu McNamara may ate New York City vott a1
I iave been reading about how the charges for the vacation Synagogue, 52 Protestant church- half-truths in my lie as were outs ~' 4t0K ntrol deliber win. e certain-defeatbr 'an-
are and are not golng to be handled. All I know is that I have es of various denominations cheerfully scattered around by coldly setaetaged a decent see .0.T wpTd 0 N Sen. G. Gor didate IrvhngIves in the r&ce for
fo o ote..-,., t %eat .ea eor Eisenhower campaign. I expect to realgood into Herbert do, Rpu paid ad in by The 8
stat reci a cotor c ctieos, o tes, m hear a great man y mOre so long 19*1 st.w the en newspaper
-whs "h"ola lnew"pfa sn, eC our sesbstad. as we yave electUash which are it mean and nastyto record ofo
S tPe rme wil addoedtlsthe al ao uIty with free, fromenh sides. mon 's domestic effobg oe

Bu.. h t, it m" to Bm, that insa- cr'saW be to D- irsu otring- aowa1fe rNead trya
a oThe cdon heube a ng ytheqpposio- .asfoe ioun.rnho oel what I'm read a uPa erd an rn a "re al
w atet ous i toswhodecide ina stance, ifthehepsmsocrats acquire Etapowero'shbeen f l re acass t b meat
-ostwh 0WofhmI r',onan to 'n tra n onti n o n th le -- '.Co u -n .~ A ok k of Cordon'o
RlSouCato.of.the84es aro s w IVld hmiltary el-ieer, however, reeased
IIryFr otco galled d4.i e f0or tio e that this "real veteran" was in no
0 IdScottishathe company e .rdp otbem two yeos..p Caro '1 Sd.more petiton h brag thansC.
Ae 0it g gsbepfold gtnew aGs. 0II 11TO en u hi rce e ihg nNOSIdieha fan- li l ul d b oav# gre ssmau ringir He had
U.- 62 Pen name of the newspap sea hew -work pubcoms. o r th first two years, an s record o worke u a ninW. only two
CharlesLambfor Its peple. It w vhthvem I never rofessed to know any stuck wit the McCarny-Sch, lpne that the oppotia sbtagi. months and two weeks from
r*4Suembthuounow anyom gh at Ik
65 oriental coin jobs. itwouldn't me *dr. nothev. have met a lot of politicians. And.,finally copy-reads clean, despite worst fear is t e my hve Neuberger, on the 6tbr hand,
mi e in s Blow with sIIIEU I IE II year-until May 199. It *ould almost withoqte ieption, the pal- the troubles, and while hisA a- to use at again, was in World War U thrteen-times
8A bi n opewihndKMW start e._F s. u-. ,am. along--from uM 1 905, 1., to
[open handstartpensionsy t wld .0 ia Aug., 13Sa "iiteoverthree
nowe o. a'g give the worokersla%, *-o-week in- Aug. 2, 19 0-da
S or DOWNrease in the neano*. It would Al. -a d A st
.Tw'1 ytb IToss 21DuDw redandgivem ear service ted ot to be
.shte d side 2 Ileum 23Agel i 'doxpung C them severancepay .pe. i. : *W 'i No e oof, a .ertahmootaattob
13 ftldlu W d (comb. form) 25 Number 47_ror In all, the saum woul d runtowel ..rer.orthanfthe= A.ltla.s-
14 3i S Relate 26 Palm leaf Rtussianmrulers over $2,600,0. This was hailed bw rearsofC ie
.4 Color w Stagger 4teIndoreseinso f Secretary of LabOr Jim Mitch By DOUGUL S !AWG.endio , 4 Co water 2IStafellr idAnao elias a statesmank-like approach" "enator. Gaseon .
jintUnitof weight30Wolfho 0Ntan to the problem oplalon the up his Jeob n assAsesrr-of Douglais
li Pad 1 7 Precipitous 31 Musical 31 Journey County during his brief ,'d4ay
8iS9" S Rat quality 63 Shout (Continued ow an 3) WASHINGTON -CNEA)-James. W. said a few words into the "Now would'low please spell out training period in the Army.

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WASHINGTON. Oct. 28 (UP)-- permit the country's unification.
Chancillor Konrad Adenauer and Mot experts doubt it ever w4
t Amerlean officials opened but some believe the Allied
today on Germany's rearm- rent on German rearmanMsm*
=mnnt, the chances of its eventual may induce it to make a gesture
unification, and possible Russian in thi direction. t
counter moves. In this counectlon, the confers
The rugged, 79-year-old' West al oe xpedteo to discuss when and
German leader arrived here late under wait cirtqmstances the
ysrday for three days of con West should agree to new cold
oene= s with President Eisen war talks With Russas.
w~ Secretary of State John Ur. Eisenhower told his news
Foster, Dulles and other U.S. of conference yesterday that now is
4I,.a. not the time but that he would J
is schedule today called for be willing later if ussi abowga
a lengthy meeting with Dullesa sign of sincerity.
this morning and a halfhour pri
vate talk with Mr. Esenhowerl Another major subject att he
ths aterkoon. The PresMent al talks was Allied action to proit
so invited him to lunch at the European unity. Among other
White se.- things, the conferees planned to
ed sources a Id the review the ratification prospects
taAn to 'exSplore the of the recent Paris agreement on
l ver les$- Germany.
O italt.. ftw any Tht question of unfreezing soma
S' ..^.. -^ p$0N,000,00 in German assets in
.f ,..-. I suOa c tr= and the signing of a
t reat y of friendship and corn
mere ydlday, alo were on the a
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By 0OWALD JACOBY Erich OBenhauer, soeelalist
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SAQ4 "By ignin n Paris the ohan-
WBMT g T cellor enter into commitments
4 6 3 2 4 7 4 which inv the most serious
9102 j9 s5 s burdens Mr the Bonn Bepublie,"
*8765 # *JS i0akaner saki in i statement.
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6449Q35as Bonn, crises
R83 !e st capitalrVW
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North 1. Oppoation Socialists and o*w -
v* e* my oI^ral groupa aI Aden suer's co.

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rump in today's hand abiwed 1
S11 points In high car s b.I- 3. Two partes.hreatened tO qu
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that 3 "awtned to |
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Spadm rmd trip fares fr'un Criipl to New
York, Lot Angeles San Fr sco and Seattle.
To Now York .......... .... $240.00o
Td Los Angoles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle ..... .. .... ;........ $365.00
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aticW icire were re A)na ;eakisr
SMrs. Catherine Fisher, Mrs. Eth-
SynFern, Mrs. Amanda Little,
ebr. LJoan Capalbo, Mr! L V.
SCrooks. U. Judy Matthews,
U td"AbtB aspadr ad a t, Miss Jole Di Bella, Mis
trenr re tds, Miss Martha
ar. Mng. Joa carp as alga nd
,s-.- Jeoa nler.
: i ate Guests from the Atlanze dide
a Ms.K. C. Smith 1 were Mrs Noel. & Gibs Mrsn.


5 ultW iait U pra4cwir Mr. ". oprow," re
ember; bit- W3 Heatt* .
f 3i IbII~at Rood. Air Wrc e tMo; rs.V t M risl meoIw,
S M1w. E. Laldfay, Army member.

XIMMAameitan Beheol, G1l. John J. Davis. the PhyscAl tion and ._1-
bi"Couai .. pt Ge is ri,, spons.e by
mees at the formal affair were the lieutenant col- Sch6ool ytm.
ajsm and captains ftro a doaIln atin Amerian .
. bo have afmldw to eater new eon .M .eld, %WeJ.,.
=enw^h, the school is .effed r.buMjt .Mt tiie.. -U,, Zlv1n'
field grade officers will be in training at the school On aturdsy
sMiss Camille Zastayiy of Phil.
adelphi., Pa., will be married onB
stationed at Quantco Virgini Saturday morning to Mr. them-
9ned On pee. X iss olankins is a graduate of k A. Doan of Mr.
r.. E. E. Hankins, Osborn High School and attend- ~ ceremony win be, pe.o-.
Missouri, -havo .n- ed North West Miswouri State Col-. Balo a gS t. osyherefh;
0. gement and ap She is employed in Kanas Bs uptual maalS at ory a.
? ':rriA.gA of. teir ., Ka sa wil n 10 a .
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tr! 4uw 11

es wared for the
prettiest, silliest, ugliest, a n d
most original costumes.' Alsp, the
will be a prize for the\"best pair"
at the carnival.
Penny nickel, and d ie con-
eesuiohs, including fih ponds, a
bowing alley, hoop es dart
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Have lots of fu Cdie e and ge wry'
0.tinl yl, ieed to yor party: MASKS,
H i lP1155. plastO N&-umpkhs, de.
Mrafions, hats, ett..WE HAVE IT ALL!

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In front of P. R. R.,

rom 5 for S(

up o$200

Sin front of P, R. R.
Open up to J.
from Oc. 2 to Nov, I

AbSoltely Ouaranteedt
TWIN id size for Canal Zone residents .... $4500
DOUBL bed size for Canal Zue residents ... 65.00
These mttg ae eeused *Ib at inner cover of. n-
eblehed maleo and an attractive enter cover which is
equhpe Wlt a sipper to permit easy removal at
any uta.
Thee rfcM eamuet be beaten either by the Cemmnarleu

Catheral laut (aenuld the corner from Felix Maduro)
P. 0. Box PANAMA Phone 2-0324


in honor of the
3rd of November

* Cocktail dresses
0 Full length gowns
Come in and select yours

I. L. Maduro

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l XuOm. -u.
ianbea Gymnasium
e of the commu-
SPety for children
r M school .ee.
hav .*-mAd by
a gib, Civic Councl
ent-7Tachera A's n.
SWith 85 centu from
br, should defray all
r, favors and prizes.
posters mado. hyr

es have ese been donated.for the
lucky winners.
The follOwiMng were selected u
hairan o te various commit-
tees: Mrs. K F. Dunn decors.a-
tib; rs. ar. s refresh-
ments; Mrs. G. G. Felps, Juda
and prizes; Mrs. B. -T Bleaky,
games. ,
Many mothers ia well as fath.
ers'are giving.their services to
make the event a really gala af.
e party wfl .be under the su-
erv isn of the Physical Educa-
ilon and Reereation Branch of
the Division of Schools..

Church of Baviern'
Plans Hadloween ete
The Church of ODr Saviour m
Ifw Cristobal plans a covered
dish supper 'Satrday at 6 p.m.
or the senior members of the
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We hawv4n SPECIAL
SALE t hs week a
lovely aiortment
f latest styles
xxotle *aw-earrilng
gWmsf Pins.
Famous' eman-made
noo-t ble Uiht
*ai Jelltwelry.
All fan" Hy low

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orteaa far tle group wdte tem l
the Misses Sna Teresa ,ar7*. ,
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Come in at onos and get your bicycle before *
our stocks are exhauetedl


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Comm deaned, cut tip re a for the
akilet. The flavor Ib eA w ort..;
nd there's no waste w!atoeerl You pay

Christian Dior

presents fashions from hinaJte.

'ify for what you vst iWty f1*
such s big bargain! Birds K hicbe -
pd taU ways...and alwy, Ur it.
for supper tonight!

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benefit of t h
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133 La.Carraaqujjw

CenalJ Av& 146
No. a Lotwry Ple a
Fourth of uly Ave.

8 Street ND 7

In Carrying Case
Draft Control
Only $S5.95
Central Ave, 279
Phone 3-0140o


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free Lu.s T ht rei

ted ralr, tune up

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"ea. j tWa.OatHODONTIA
md Evidgewerk).
(now eelmique
4r vin: X-ria Surgery -
Ue gd Chilcn Den Delt.
ltafui, fMto) j2-011
.J *.s : to lis upon 1 p.m. to
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mpl yment
todf aawierithe report.
Shfte ad ed that eone rea-*e atbly was, aa,he
4th ldBte OMte
-|e haieften what
t l why wor. Far
Ifneantmeut with his
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be aimed at convincing


FOR RENT:- commercial site; piso
apartment. Calle Estudiante No. 85.
Inquire at Bicycle Shop, some ad-

Position Offered

WANTEDa -Trch' for high sc
pupil to g nof b classese on dit-
ferqnt subjects. Phone 2-1483.
WANTED:-Experienced beauty oper-
ator, male or female. Do not apply
0f not qualified, No time to teach.



FOR SALE:-1951 Cadillac, black 4-
door sedan, with radio, heater and
Hyoramatic Excellent condition
One owner. Ft Kobbe 84-2188.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman sedan,
A-1 condition, 3 spare tires, $700.
Or swap with Willys stption wagon.
Phone Panama 3-2333.
FCR SALE:-1950 Chrysler-8 4-door
sedan Driven only 9000 miles. In
brand new condition. Phone PAD

FOR SALE --1950 kudson, good con-
ditlon, including 6 tires, $125;
1949 Packard. excellent condition,
$650. Phone 83-2233. House 510-
A, Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Buck 4-door, duty paid
Z$ 0; '48 Nash 4-door, excellent
condition; '50 Cadillac 4-door Be-
I low Bluebook. Phone 3-2753. New
Cristolal 3rd Street.
.. ,
Alr-eondltldRed, dio. power steer-
In, p*wkr bnkes, lidrematl tranm-
6I11". twoa jib ? 1164t w h
lark bue l eI), e v4 ro" .mlea -,
new ear Namilsee, eml e finance
factuy %i111" i. li iecemme-
rim. Tri. 111.411 iIf' 1.u.

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FOR SALE:-Refrigerator $100; Ken-
more washing .machine $90; Em-
erson 12" fan $8. Call 2-2.602.
FOR SALE: Beautiful hdrd-ciared
Chinese living room set, II pieces,
$f175. Phone 3-3074.
FOR SALE:-Double Beds with New
Mattresses $48; Wardrobes $25;
Chifforobes $22; Brand New Kitch-
en Cabinets $75: Chairs $2; Metal
Dining Tables $12; Double Springs,
painted $1650; Rattan Chaise
Lounge $69: Rattan Arm Chairs
$29; IRebuilti Double Mattresses
$12; Innerspring Mattresses $39;
Recovered Plastic Living Room Sets,
Dining Room Sets. etc. at HOUSE-
HOLD EXCHANGi, 41 National
Ave. (Auto RowI. Phone 3-4911.
LOW DOWN PAYMENT on all arti-
cles. EASY TERMS. We pay cash
fur your old furniture.
FOR SALE:-Platters, cups and cock-
tail set of 925 silver. Must see to
appreciate. House No 6244-A, Bo-
queron Street, Los Rios.
FOR SALE:-Living room set Philip-
pine Rattan, chartreuse covers, glass
topped tables, desk, lounge chair,
etc. Priced for quick sale. 3-3319.

FOR SALE:-Two practically new, un-
soiled, best quality, Beauryrest twin
be.d innerspring mattresses and box
springs to match Will sacrifice.
Call 83-3281 after 4 30 or all day
Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE.-1953 Royal Tudor Ser-
vel retrlgerotor, 13 5 cu. ft., porce-
lain interior, butter conditioner, au-
tomatic defroster, 1 1.5 cu. ft.
119 62 sq. ft. shelf oareo food con-
portment, 2.0 cu. ft. (70-lb.)
freezer compartment: works on 25
or 60-cycle current iA C. or D.C.I ;
no motor or moving parts to wear
out. $400. White console sewing
machine, 25 or 60-cycle current,
all attachments, home trade cutting
table included, $175. RCA combi-
nation table model radio 145 rpm',
$75. Mahogany drop-leaf dinette
set, 6 chairs (chartreuse plostic-
covered seats)l, $50. Hollywood sin-
gle bed frome, Simmons innerspring
mattress, box springs, $50. 251 -A,
Limon. Circle, Gatun, Canal Zone.
(Newtrown) Phone 5-576.
(No-Aqwnl Phone 5-576.

f 25 t or and 3

SHRAPNEL'S furnished h use 'on
beach at Santa ClIro. Telephone
THOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve-
Santa Clar. Lw rates. Phone
Bolboo 2-876.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages-rockgas, refrigeration, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot-
toges, modem convenoences, mod-
drate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-567.
Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santa
Clara. Box 435, Balbooa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673,



ATTENTION G. I. Just built modem
furnished apartments. one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfurnish-
e 2 & 4 bedroom aportm.nts.
Co nt a c t Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT.-One and two- bedroom
room apartments in house No. 45,
Avenida Jose Francisco de la Ossa.
For details call De Castro, Avenida
"B" No. 24.
FOR RENT:-Furnished onqebedroom
apartment in Bel-a Vista. Phone 2-
0249, from 2 to 5 p.m4.;'fter,
FOR RENT- Duplex apartment at
Campo Alegre. "Santuorio Raffle."
cod, comfortable, near Hotel El
Panama. Inquire No. 85 Central
FOR RENT--In Bella Vista, 2-bed-
room apartment with porch, garage,
maid's room and hot water connec-
tion. Phone 2-0335 or 2-1961.


WANTED TO BUY:-25-cycle appli-
onces; Refrigerator, washing ma-
chine, converter for 60-cycle rec-
ord player. Box 252 Gamboa, Tel-
ephone 6-151.

FOR RNT:--Furnished, large, cleon,
Nodl aom. rtr lhow wlef,
N good lioelghbft0ho., Peru Ave.
N ,65 lower left.

' "E-"? 9,F o"letrger4k'cU -ndrn f FOR RENT: Furnished room with
e,- rs 1 PaArk. ve $7,.A kitchen, one or two persons. First
PT. ERSON Ave. B Street, Perejil., No. 3, Apt. 1.

p -rA -Only $150 down payv.t To Now FOR RENT
rt $10 monthly. 40tv one block
*rm Pueblo Nuevo Rood. From HOUM
$2.Ave.." eN. T16, R O s Verd s 6, FOR RENT-Two-bedroom chalet in
.ve. "A' N. LO10N, Oct. 28 (UP)- A Bel'o V,sta. Phone 2-2737.
FOR SALE:---Leaving iorna, must grouR of prominent British au- -.-
sell lovely concrete hayse, with fur- tors complained In a letter to FOR RENT:-Cholet: 3 bedrooms, liv-
nishings. 4000' met-s, Gorgono the times of London today that inaroom, dining room, kitchen, two
Beach, $2,000. PATTERSON. 2- obscenityy' prosecutions are in- bathrooms porch, yard. good neigh-
2346. creasingly placing authors "at, brhnod. Double garage. Phone 3-
FORSALE--ft- nd three"bed-, the xar~cy of jurieB who vary In 0771.
room cholett Paitill e at, 0t00 their verdicts according to the FOR RENT.-Nicely furnished two-
down. $75 month, total $12.500 level of their Inthligence. bE doom chalet, suitable for two
_'PA'TTEoN a ... The iroup including Somerset caioles: Two kitchens, bathroom,
...... .... Maugham, Bertrand Russell and r.:,nerator, gas stave.
POR SALE: Grgbro nearr beoch) B. 'Priestley said "such pros- 5. S Comrrdssary. Via Belisoaro Po-
concrete house: 3 upoms. both, 2 ecutions threaten to establish... ,.. Son Francisco. Phone 3-5024.
closets. Furnished. 3, 998 jaetOn. sorethinR like a police censor-
Leboving Ithmus. .crl ice.' Phone ship of literature. constituting
Curundu 83-4177, an attack upon freedom of the M! r. LANEOUS
Spend "
Oli S-A "It Is, of course, recognized CERRO CAMPANA lot owners inter-
by all decent authors that cer- e':ed in bulldozer work on the-r
JlefUMMMl ttain books of an entirely ob- loai. pleose phone Panama 2-1728.
S- -- ene and. filthy kind should LmUrted time. *
FOR._ALE.-5400 Oi f Smoot be condemned and destroyed,",
.0 _Parenes. Phone oIW&2506. .t.hey wrote. Enelish literature If authors
FOR SALE:-Ford V-8 4-door sedan. IBMt it is equally recognized had to write under the shadow
never used in States.. some owner that the duty of the law should of the Old Bailey if they failed
leos thanP29,000 miloe, late '47 not be .allowed to open the way to produce works- suitable for
$450; Rdyaol Dboulton pitcher add 8 to a purltanical crusade, baked the teen-age, and If publishers
mugs,. Hunting & Coaoh pattern. by pWiee prosecution, against were forced to reject books
$25; 12-l. ectaic 8 fan- $8 che utbo who claim the- liberty, which, however serious In intent
of drawersn. metal t $7. S; books & and the right of describing the and however lit by genius. con-
miscellaneous qmoll items. House re of life, freely and fear- trained passages which might be
8s92-B. Mrrita lessly -for adult minds. blue-pencilled by a police ser-
2' ari7a.-- -- t would be disastrous to geant or a common Informer."

'1 be-
SW al.

beikin N1. S at
l. ReoMvelt aUm the
i for the New JW.'
i .Part, with a-hba.'
NampBlgB which hn-

ws and women
gatmet never again
a Lsuem enabling the
Mtleans to beat their
it. leve, never
to ei ine eedndi-
h notably aited
um #*l"mLk. -:,



Of Staler Crein

purchase for ma 2tjan ,111.- a
lien dollars of a hl , tjetle
Statler Hotel eain, the largest
hotel Industry and real estate
tra action evy made w"s com-
pleted today .by hotel manager
Conrad HilRtO a
The transac ib,- w hl will
bring under H i at'Vmat ement
a total of 27 leading h Iteein the
United StAtes and abroad. took
place in the" oficek of the Manu-
acturers Trust Co. Fifth Ave.
Principal financing for the proj-
ect consisted of:
An issue of $49O 0M0 emra 1
mortgage 4. .er epht -uAniinj
fund bonds ofa t4 Btatler Hob'
Deleware corporation which were
sold to the Equitable Lifer.Assur-
ance Societyo I tue United States
at par. -
A 20 million dollar seven-year
term loan made by the Firot Na
tional Bank of Bitin, a!d Its as-
sociates, to Hln Htel rp
The advance sple of stock and
advance subscription to stock of
Statler Hotels' Delaware corpora-
tion for a total of $11,584,947.
The private placement through
David Baird, of 000 share of
Hilton Hotelb Corp.

Cut In Taxes
Helps GM To
Bigger Earnings
NEW YORK .Oct. 28 (UP) -
A sharp cut in taxes enabled
General Motors Corp. to chalk
up the second best nine-months
earnings in its history despite a
decline in sales,
The nation's largest auto mak-
er reported yesterday its net In-
come rot the nine months ended

Fred MacMmay,



"tOD tOW -MNIGHT (Friday) I- the big night. at'-the Pftnama'(olf Club, whn t :A-
merilcan fi odety of Panama holds Its. galachar Ity. costume ball.. There'lU. be angelsAid-. 4*s
clowhg and; Virates, convicts and funny men al. 1 over the place, just like above. Why. At on
In the- fun. .. .

or SO share ic Arrest Two .In Seach
$452,78 1.. or $5.08. a share a ,
GM'I rcordiearnings-year wae
1950. or Bsom-BSarig GirltBanwi
Sales for the. first three quar-
ters, -howeter dipped, to- 7,219 .
189,633 from J7,931,920.579 In the .
like pIerod of 1953, record-break- e NEW'ORLEANS, Oct. 28 (UP) Pu. .officers maid, but released
Ing year for sales, -Police arrested a pretty blode when he failed at. i e r
_...__ --_-__- "_"_dan liegFd holdup victim -to- Reddlngt ben.ppi,..erClfi_,
dk I l mw k ,ay frqe t .snie.b t ar- her tpliil f llt i _; "e t 'a
V UiWmOf lea, of b'u robbei- carried out danceSatu6day w^L
---~h n'"* .'_ i._ anir- virt.ti bandit Bmdb '*at j1C iBJsktL rT 4dhnt-

been. suennalI
Nobel .,4 -i, for an
daL aei Uffntirile nr

.--"Acress I se..Juver nu Idw o
pse Trees--asthe work of *has-
new pmlpgw an ft pca me n
Fr-ee. r aman an d the
I pubto a d critics. a
ay tha el was jeneral-
Ib cepted q the clincher that
w* onsm the et e. The
n9b' three- .fightof Un old
a'ms and lue -iCun fo~ier-
..a. -to lano an ea pous fish
_his boat" .HlW u-,.& Wei
cfut ty, for in ae endharikka
steosum ed the great fish.
But the Noel.- ofoaud
S the distilled

-a d 'aas abliWW. S

M o ia reat sM
t 1a-<" f e f -hi boat
Sw th his. lsed to-. an
ColumbIa Plcf -pushover," ,i'th hish N*tilt it
new pa4pens, t a starring ptqred- apd spat at
Fred-MacMurray and Phil Carey n the id ,et.',
land introducing blondeand ste of deat'l f h and
beautiful Kim Novak, arrivea o- said "edt -that, ,AOA ,And
day at "the LuX Theatre. Dor- mke .a drelm Ou. killed a
othy- Malone Is featured in the an -.
principal supphbng role., IWTe Nobel l. .am-
MacMurray, who ave ope of misway will e._ trvel
the surprising peDpormn4 of from his ranchb3h atoStok-
the ye k bUi brain"..of 0 on Dec. 10. So. r.ecOi the
Caine" Mutily,"n n m awardfom e&.
"w but thes -e one. oithl cet wrU

NewYomer to rwhome aol CO
bread k ed vr gt r a x t t'w.

girl r en. wipesNt it >lierap u iA *eAf ii

-re:iab ah s dtora 8lr-' l hu--^
Catrey. W Ulee satio for "oe 1
lywoo's f e .MB411 -
er stareA
dramas,p a y !r Ta.edh-oft "e
sidekick on the i-ou i a.
meat whi lb ts., -
tbrong' bmlaitwars ,o ,i
blonde- bomJellwho I
,take-Qut s uiteD
nurse In the neta
who' Isn't. -' -
Newcomer for- w h om

friend" d a gun .
tired in elbamo
furs an4 an a uuI dt

m. ad
soa"uL '

wbus~l~vei'a drgavera w i& e?
*wre h-d -up-T- t- i ii
tbur K. Redding, 42, identifie
Lwr as the woman who. robbed
The blonde, however,, said "EM!
a beautician, not a.gurn iWL"
work every dhy and. om a1 a
pik him up and take him bfile."
ig to do with the robberies."
oth the girl and Puig were
held for fivestigatlori of' rmed
robberyy -but pohce declined to
reveal their evidence linking the
iW6b. But Deputy Sheriff Jobn
P0art of nearby Jefferson Par-
where Redding was robbed
I d the victim had identified
bi,. Carlton as the bandit.
, She had been arrested earlier
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holding a pistol oi hltUte )4osde
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Infantry GIs
Transit Cwial-
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the 3rd Battalion, 33rd Tfat try
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Lt. Dallas W. Cl01rk left.- amp
Beird, Cristobal at 8 a.m. and
docked at Balba eight hours
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MW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP)-A personal drama- 1en Tabl s Ta t
: te plea by Connie Mack that. the ball club he man- -
ag for. O year be kept in Plhlajelphia was ex-"* m Be aw .5 .
Speed to, all on some deaf earq today when. the rThoeurm u- eS -. aS"
American League opens its- 4oUrth down" as the l VR.l their a
I tifeetngt on the fate of the Philadelis At es.. ., free C .aw t,"0 e
iftonitatv. source re- pr ed Ut hat't .
NO thttht owners of the' to Kaaa l o
a elua probably will stand yesterday ate m tc. Al .t.. r..
6. +s v.of the Mack l Jos Oph S. C lar a h bourn e hai

If r~o real estate man who Brg might be Joinedn r.euman n in ArtehJnnrWaa *fl, I
i adAar 1nol to ntrpnsowpeitiw tp KansasCt y byrthis .ht'n e Neumn nn
V h 4 Ar. h MetDkstol)anlsas8City. nwnel of 211th the Boaton Redbc
;'." ~ye t 02 vers young r nd Chicae Wl itd Sox. ili ar l t l ponent I
Alf helovet by milliorl l of hose- Griffih Smadi this predl .tro v. E ants **1. IL kle w-
I+.1, fans throughout the altion finm althouFh theles. b. v. b Rawy Chatwkv n. I8. D evi wI e
d. o el vravd old mn" of the raread y. at It m ep ting N o. ,2 vs. R ay C hatw kLn..... D avinVa .t' eC t
me haos I red elpr of the nC a onopot.It. ppr6ed P. Cromwell and R. A. -houi h efephS will
.r 'wrPr lFo r a that hrm been. a sale to ..bhe-Joien dlng rTea apma lnhave sIn sto,-
n a 6r ~ month bout the And the vote o n tha t plarov lud, frs -round cvili n a
tal tf Rt But the .tI leon tm n aPlrea le n thelelue bide s asAr d ,,*thequarterfn v nohlt od .s t he IMot wila e
a se t o d ae always of "dkone unar t h t hi bPtin l t a-L Ore v e the rdubes maThesn omeius

b 'ignuh st p In thas e D The s fautheoristiv sourc said crfhllows; e -- W t ge t D lndo o, da bsrl

a t f has kamo singstclu b ontdea of ithn dwnerst were Cvilia Doubles (Fir RoOnd) cha n i be Nt drop iIm the t
,-. e 'e t *te k thet uOer h t a vwa o-t Ort YeatM ort a the lead-of KUl"of t ae wIr be t 7:p0 ww
oI a o of tet tlea, UhN tv a Ple d t It h I Second aund sTime prs ttg) g o tr tch in the p.m.

Sl.c the ltr e w te ithe footbrl e, tthe R. N I arette-. Baretto T T ohav der. W o ha ne tart lneup are f- 'ol-
e Yorke e wees.on '.eenm chirrlude s0ome._ en I ur h, Pa rnprV the do*-R. RaM irSe Ps il. a d chaii n ,w*g i m o ee ln v erye id.
*0"-. l 1ito~ l PI'it.. Fl 3 gn rocer .business woulA use Wl, -P rtDaniels m e rtU.N
"-ay. movt icueinncve H4 11t-1. Johnsonevs.I. One chi the gat
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ihi i -ad never worked
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LI Mobihal B
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OafK d gers ,a l
p ," 'I 'W, r around oe Texas'
KltafnhtEjtW N I t@Ueiin 'We {avPi oLaturda between
I^^Ipfi lit ~u~infU7UICUIU include bDuke andone-h] t ruled i
v Gm h, M land th
ianud Duke and e- e
SB.and again lat In an e- One-half over.Thai tate. law
'T -."... -hibltion agalifl those same Oreon Is seven over Washilng- 14h'
O kI "l coatK. 3 .--) Y- ankees. ton. Cornell lI seven and one- CoauN
'bpes of the grooklyn He never did recover fully., al- half over COOlAibia and Stan- Th7.j
ire prettwell wrapped thought he managed'to get into ford seven d oneohalf over (8p
the ft hand of a rht- 111 games. =B j finished W.Wilngton MIlasl.lppi Negroi
Spiwer--roly poly Roy five gkmeO UW.ten. is eight peo r.. Louisiana sate
Brooklyn bom es ade a lot State .
Sh' year of noise after ee season end- Oames in wilch a team figures pro1i-
'Whi own, ed, IndlatI.~ t Rt be.a ti" to have a hev. iedg Include ..
I k ln.oen al pmrolinS .eli.,4C b with sale 12 agd'f -hal over -
OI ht.. In- enough _" I tbo rinr down D south, 12 and C\
Sd;.l he regains their- ar*hI he Giants. hal ovs. lStna and Ar-
W ; lb rre '".' kiMas 12 ad. one-half over
iihe does But since theon, the writers as A-and-I-. Colgate Is 13;
-a ; in ertg w have been ag around the s Princetas a is Kansas '
hdbout that. heads of several'oers, incld- te over KIBl Purdue over
U'llbe Oky,1" salad la[x the veteran. Ji Robinson, t o1s, Oklahoma Agles over Geol
"I'm not gonna Car urll Billy Cox and Jun- Titlsa. UCLA over California and Lar
t it lor Gllam. An the club hasn't ,Tnuessee over Nah Carolina. nIro
We'll 'be worrying "ineven signed Itimanarer. Walt
until .Me stocky t Alhton, succepwr to Chuck Dres- bklahma is I .l one-half I
l Anet prix .E.son, hasn't been notified oftn- over Colorado.'.Aaba ma is 14
Ingbe.ISt-t1lally whether. he'll be retained over Oo l a l Ohlo State gae
S -. for his sophomore season In OVAi Northwes Rice. is 14 per.
b_ the Psmaat 1955. 4 one-half ot Vanderbilt, r,
lM ias!, k lMu their Meanwhile, Brooklyn exec~p 16; over T *ne and Penn ThatP
.we sveni flah lw- tives have been touring the LakW o6er PexInvania. Ken- S
Sthe a .e i4-4 In leagues scouting prosoect.s elf t 37 o or i anova.f And, lo
i' t l the the r owned by the Brooklyn oW. nigr n Misnt of Fe or
aee enot aly owde have gtannlatiod or candidates fqW %9i 0,;= all point
"rei lbpot H some future panoi .n Oa., .
.% -EfteinStatSI -The club waas 'wore pij pi
S inn" 1 torid ,nresumMabW i erve e
4a thn ee*o wn. Campy doesn'tcon* i b ,a h ,. .

. ludinhe re- e students this Fridayin ba av-
id a .bl.whe .. to s00d 1y. o ....." to a U cs ,

o age and bo der, th course a
s Tu e l o a untu~nit edU i States Pow-red
n.but-o0r e .. t ,Squadlt.

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183 game ware ~~a am "Is now arefpegied Iy ptefthe al

( gtr & t ae.; rssmourapns one.tentu.t site owa-. uee a ..Even If You Kntuw Its CoIn.
l d V S. ce bnt o se h NEW Y 28 NEA) could be w ch ed oe in the a
,- ,..4.I .4 ,, ', Wdq-U- .ka,-r-.

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Br. C ubtt v s. ond l.' f 'a r meat. tht feelsthathi b t a' coach p tone. "But the be ay-to

Buottl s Alfred ( ) .." W M f r chould d it the Phi Bet appa a remedy to chd this coming dhe ,wtop Diversity estro ew intending at atw ..
"lD--Catlt I)St.Bw:" SLe at.eInnTreintmu vta mtr.. l -Tuo Four yeakv' way. g then n how easy it toar e your ea uo

Ca3iforr U.C.WPI.A. .Y n.g.hs fw YCoun o oy at c director n h f s you ae t rl h been there would b to th ge i cids under aeulneoerf snmle
*.a.T.ft va s L.-.ta u I Wu I s a sd nfoud th .B station to tearfully select o po mardinale rule-sta away from sit-. Benny Friedan had ield ny top rece -er. ed Donelt. Th. .i .-S -
Sad e that Notre Dme Oklaoma Wiscon- oe ball to Ben. Id to know dee the yo loelypena

e .8 vt V T v a n id Is t tw plyin y oIs son with dating regularity vsv. ar nor eig9 6mea 4 a lot. If "The ohpt te.tiam is *.r
oulr o A Wd v. Mwoaagn e u va t bra th0, Kansas Tulane, or Unless, .of course, your .chool o AlabamA he goes. a .eight. 6. o o. w.l bna playl at

Texak Chrsatln 5a.ieon h Ws* Crth James ,and E l's Paul T .h-tn. foss .o^ d know <
sa r.s1.]qo, De lL udano --o n' p uh m iD e i kely tom A o a

Usthany, wV. C o l vII Te L esi.ean Wbal ite.ahed oerb roF_~ d.nre ddIrodnWe yh. .ait'W *.l
.... o. v_ "ley hin vs. re on th e .i t 420. r abe done, however, andn wnnow and then. They sehri roohed eu" .' ""lult .o '-tf
e LL S a. v Pnaus ol I W vs. ehod t oioke who can sdpote, smell, su- Yae re m ar oouah the dre.te thattlThe t ies ou
tnon vvs. cn r ooset e a ertainnme garland Is mo v ddas Week ler week..statistcs showd took more h on sing noe abh ut whicht u. l"

,Dukeva GrfT ha LO a a e of kids who can ki o a kKtu o fy t. a bgm Nie 0 eJ favorite reciv of th maneuver. to the "In te e ii .

n 4e S1 1a.1 T st r vs. gn Take h season. Four yerway, then d .how easy it avhe eo urcd e-

CaN) odar. Marshall T (Litt In Then,.o of re t vie e o e aw completed 53 "Let' to there t t of theids uner at-down thine middle and a.

Coloraew Aaed ico V. M- Wonetr aaa uDIo. I li e a ,a tD es- oe t ot wnm e..t..for on ak .ae deo i ybrap oln haNa.N' .y ..
AlcornnA and M va, -I incoln, sTnVirth d vs.PlItgbreh athertrN. ea i o ur em y

o WhWk't s. Colle [ ah .t L o with ad Louis Orient tn halack DckI h tay.oe u cn e a av o .
Wa' .at.t= 1 ( .D1 ds) v ..segh aihorn. ra th er-Intended .a e a d,. arwSI X.Core o .now
t ve ... -. h- W (Me ,lmban w d w r B t -.,. of his jcral s "l ,es he stay. in 'the pocket '"Can you ta kTe even :'o
W h sc V's.Oeunia17 ad fubee'.te a e "ed formed b. ug es Iih or does end? Good eti have ".u

tr l vs. Paul'show a B io vs. Woa vea ..auo n e he throw ...t ,run .. t rb.alculatd to plt tla
'A Vs.W.otSt. (N) e on (N I t e iS.erere. oe th W s yFelVe. cattC The gieeh you _ea uer,.de s c d

vs vS D TeCro *,hr V :d !dth. mid e,. .pok back or you hivt .iea n ePwatcHDEh".O
X ran l To 8 CW e arlol N h ed r di ve 3 ou fivefor In w a "n the outside, ,.nootkoir wP.._R
Q t e oln rWesntn e s.E n .lshu T ot Ntto.V 2h mL. to Ja es, tw Mor coi h h kig ay.
B elot;i..W.ll. ooTex alr v V. A ak'(r.bas eInfou(r. a s lenea- N.. 12 12p u

Both a"M vs. xaL ve Vrn .Ptbl-obr' 0 h1 an t!ed rs ta N.iely... ,,do ...yo.. ,

t. f V(N)1 ,vs NI Lo A-at OrL( geburg. S.c. te .... .'t" .and eve ra n .idhe tyr.. J.e vs. O.. o U,., vtr... h ,_.,.. -atO n burg S.-&C y CR3c gileT 11a te' ..... The trouble i# the tlie
oar 1L.vs. mi ,t.Ma q TLr Sham, Ale. NRA qervieTfsnI Wt
Sto.l vs. .rake ,-at Moose, Ala ..' I. a l
Gtowanv. Wilc n'.n _-at Los. Angeles ni0 o 1he la
Johns arUrolh vs. ToRucnpt -at alktaro*-tkMd e Y r- .kn ofwn ; geb g olnA,
I) F-atFvs -A~.,and M P t eAa *Db.pash A fom"
J Wl 1, ...... rkiTechn Lynachbur. Va .s addest days in hi. life was whene @avPaeamaiCi&y-scim ageA
6 .'l St vs. "h hf Ceh- ahahrlotse, N.C. rdtsvere e could l. nIn fnnt of P. R. R.
Kentuck vs. V.llanov --- ._lIt waean accident,"..eheo. front f P. R. Ope nu to, p o.
ga Point'va. Boookltn ChePhi 'e -They were shom t ot Ne., .
o~fOM .L.A...t-t.....I i, .y I and I was draf t VftdI ll, LAtrn*ti- .O..e. ......

L clr (0pa.) 0 Hampton ga- Y-5 h *--

Lar St. vm. .. Sit. mr. wthA tI Twrot e-ma de"somemlm.
JL i u M st lppli ^R ) O? '
Sar&et y. 10 Northern- rea h a SanIffi cials In the last week o.touch foot-
Maiyla.dSt. vas. kanas hnddto a e k baU. Otubert Oallulliny, I team di
Sv W t.ll. e went in know what was going n aThinnd tillerew o
cn as. da uz ied he don tn

.. L oA l e Sit. al e rom y ran oer e e

.abby Allen. \ Le Krklnd ran 18 ya forB
^. ete Cntld Okla / //. T.D. and Jarl re ver the t. .
SLEAnswer: No. Once te fficas tra point. Score attheend ofI e l
n Clarke vsm. p tmsbr, 7401 00..ow eve-.n e+.,et+-t- iAd sri the fee d ,Sr Jr we B-, 'Sr"
taQU TION i l t n the Marquetteo
L..1J. va. Mississippi. on gAze; cr Cincftnatifake fooled
M riea vYd .OhioN or derb e ryb otd, t, o m Iuplay inp the emlast weak oto h foot-

Marylnd t, t s rka ta e tne plaa bjbill. Gilbertn0hsulise s team
f. al nvm i8_l or eV. &We st. 11. the Anwentaino tohe line and 14-13. There waI no snar sIng in
vs Tech-. Morehead blew lil a whistle while th backing the itsh t qurste rbtion pit er. alP -

'ai=m. '^ S "S. ". "d:1: n't'
_icganla:d. wa.nin-t Thatlear Th ey e el s, .'.t te secnd.e uat. .a.lico m l a
Ti ". Norwich in the l which prevent thist e

.WTel Lc :. 'orneae St. mistake from hurting ateam?" rano ve ran d fte t o rt .!' "toi

N. b by. h etl woLem Kirkland rau 15 iyra t '
Bobby.and"Jarv isnderd it o t r Rthe Ro.
SAnswer: No. Once the elfic ali's etra point. Sco at the end of
SLwhise o vnt the econd urter wail7-7.
.l- ithilePlaywseven MW l e rd

_I t L wa- rq tee i "I -r y.rq' i.h.caught a ph a nd thrown by La-
at"...e tin ba easi and added 6 more points.l Ia
-, ". .. ... d.i.e.ine' c.oe yo.1,CA M

"t p airt So' ra n 20 y a rd s fo r a to u ch d o wn.
.. .. a &e X ot r- r 7 4;. o Mand also wvArepnit blO for th A
Morris K W uv'7J" Bi'Aat. isu \- ii .'"Tvan ,/ Rm *

' "V -L "ldelberg- does n i tps oble to me. I Is -3.-* .ells1 4. -
: (N I hs-. t .. -. I I- .. league play the chai-. '

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CABINET SESSIOON N TELEVISION-N. t t rst.,tsl ,WaWInet meeting I k to ,ecre
les iges his report In Washingtonaon th V.' wi blpea _i".*f9elne agreements "t--ieW4.T
president l Aide Maj. Gen. Wiltdn Fras Undersecretry Of St.B-erbert Hoover., t_ I.ntk
Treadurv SecrtaryOeorgeHuwphkey; Abrniy QenetaL wb ertb welll, Jr.; ComfTere Seicre
Seeretarv Oveta Culp Hobby:- CI Beryvo. Got0qw liSr-Phillip C. Young; Budget Director .
M* obWter Arthur S. Fleming: Labor Secteary James P. Mitche ii: Postmaster General Arthur Sun
*. Jo Foaster Dulles! President Elaenhower: Defense Secretary Charles I. Wilson; AgricultureE
VN Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.; P,~ldential Aide M x, ell Ra :-and Presidetial Assis
**__________________________^ ---- ~ : --

Sheriff Stops Dr. Sheppard s

Court MeetinWs $WithfFamily
CLVLAND, 0., Oct. A (UP) room vista never should have
SMirt offielals cracked down on beepermfsed."
special privileges" for accused ppi d ih .
tpeki= eI Dr. bamuel H. be Wa sp Wadne q slldHbH
ard yesterday and prohibited da1- at h*
p aL l contact between the he
I nt and his family. tO.'.e
' berffl Joeph M. Sweeney or- to a
de h the aet ,ar
lnes6er sh ad hsve started Si L ~ree-ss to re-

Sdtadtt .their w gre1ss
- 1 by J io r MIki Ucol
I bi've to back to your
id, "You'rt not al-

g m m ,Imor-
s hism wife strtm-
s ?e and went to
'a !a ts ofice., There
an old rule," he said. "It
s a mitake* not to enforce it
the start. That klin of court-

Native Son'
teen "Native Son" vacan-'
are announced today by
v81 npael Office at
Y r7 'Due.
vacancies include four air-
mechaneis,' one aircraft
i tmchaic, one aircraft
Sll, one aircraft seavlee
;, one aircraft hydrau-
tchnlcs one aircraft in,
l. t mechanic, three pan-
Hpackers, three office ap-
e repairers, ona meat cut-
Hcations may be obtained
a n Wate. Albrook Air
,. and turned I at the
.K ,. aled to the Ci-
#tf' ~Ptd y a s,. Albrook

"by ..l lM Will

01YIU"- For


e. cemetery.
is granted, it
t' t.lma She~na i'd

Wasl ar' top
land Union
. W)en the C
returned to
iutant prosi

az Tae y.eV9 V zfx1,
inst railroad J ey WU
gq round-robin of Dr;
ecution, as.- as resimi
Tomas Par- .

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J <5ori CPeople are diteovenW that
Kate bJ ,e tb real, last satlsfactios and,
Imuel epprd Joys cime, from "the life of the
in Clevelan. spirit, rather than material
In the battle against ommu-
nism, OGraham salfd
"We have tried the hot war,
the cold war, and the war or
words. WO' haye experimented
with policies of compromise,
'get toub,,'-and debate at varl-
ous conferences.

SInsde Story.

PR k A CTOAt 29
4w W.,, LOW
4:5I W.*. 11:18 e.m.
Is25, '-' 11:;1 p.m.

ann t "n ed, a-' s
h .' .

Sheppard For the
40o 4Idumus1 a imembor 6t

Jif' :tR
J Brown, a t co
A observers t the list
S, maaringe against

re .4iatedr

-.,- .. -. .--
THKEOMRI'JL MABN lMR.,newest member of the board ot
4terctors o- 4he Panama manal Company. Ipet .thse Pan-
ama Canal aouuit npw belngirl tructel r frW Na Plts
Area. Accompanied by Wilon Erook, director of the ODuno lty
atWlces Bureaw UAft) and Q -. lrowderr of.the
tglineering and Co1ructlion bureau It B r o Ipoke
over the plans of a. type 333 quarters being v It.&,rr Street.
In the background I& the 36 tynse uarvte kaie bed-
roo& duplex
- Maenner is a graduate architect and is p i teret
ed in housing, both eOiuentional and prefatl .
buine4smt,. he recently built a large n b Oaa
ea. es. an of the pre-fabrieated models now ben
thae United Sttes. ,, .
Maen a construction day resident o i-'tbltns,'ar-
rived here Sunl. night by ptnne on his firs vialt to t.@l
Zone since his appointment as a member of the board of 41-

js Fighing Power Rated. Equal

SseamewNhat more rapidly than afltfense against at. ck,-
tod J I er,. th oug Ith Janebilts .evei ot-er

S .-1
it -mar i-e'a

aew k. '
.V,,B.Unamas and addreses .of
arenta ot the bay baes
: Mr. Mrs. J. A. Rivera,
r Kobe; Mr. and Mrs. C.
Cllw f Panams City;
And Mrs. A. arcla; of LA
oca; Mr.-and Mrs. G. L. Fritte.
of Los Rios; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Williams of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. .Brownie, of
Oamboa; Mr. ab Mrs, F. A.
Mol4l, of Diablo Heights; Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Saachez, o Curundu:
Lt. and Mrs. R. DeL. Lochner, of
Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
ftivos, of Los Rios; Mr.- ad Mrs.
C. Cunningham, of La Boca and
Mr .and Mrs. M. :- DSoulv, of
Oirl were born" lst week to
the following: Mr. and Mrs. G.
Wilson, of GOajboa; Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Graham, ot.PAnama;
Mr. and Mrs. D. .. Bet of
New Cristobal; Mr. and Mrs.-.P.
Gonzales, of Fort Kobbe: Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Gleas, of CoU;il;
and Sergeant, and Mrs. William
Buckley, of Paama.

Hey Look!

23 Days.Till


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the I

found her to be
sive on al pil
the prospectt' .
ama Cantl moa
In June the
subcommittee 6
Merchlat a
Allen Jr. I

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P I kg Rkind Tw she

United S takt ow ambassador serloc with which the artlules ,aip ti the
> Charles E. Bojhle oabled on So- Amerltlt government views this "undlagltie4 beavlor i
'vlet foreign "." V. "" Mo- "ci Amer "m" wie." raY.
rbam lfr w hetab are: lotov at the V3n today to Bot. urned. to th.e. U.S. d c d
'A "se ""'u s."' u 'e' ": ""

ary Binclas-Weeks; Welfare erous vieo detention of Mrsa 8omel and from'q- of th
owand R. itedDefense two Amercn wives by Mrs. tif arwithng on th
mmerfield: scety of State Moscow ple He we-make no cOentl on the man geday w
Secretary arts lon; The emt streed the his ith Moltv. .f sidW the
A.Teephoto) Molote tihe t involving women who use th f ..
un and not at the Soviet foreign II TA Sauml1u "ahe hit me, too**gchoirsg p
ministry :t, delined further ri Iy .w U woman worker name D. I.-
l details. rn that- takes a sid showed a brui ov hee
l i WclW ; Bfare serious'ien ..f te.o f- with .Aof O, n
R BVW I the woAmen, MHws. :oy ,5)-ommewlatte. hi

The U S. envby, taws under-y LfWr a&rwta in a telephone .B dda
tttofta tood, wanted, to acquaint the -. that she was mnanhaf dl
Secretary M.lon; T -Te .str tA' Poltand, t. 28 mistreated bsy Russian enid an

NEW Y era (OP) sd to a theph Flack visited ler- Her father Samtel -. Mt-
S lt Stpsloldto- Sh h fr t tird r i t m elatoi r his l
da the Uni .t is being and 't o siothei orai ea ivist forenl e, ,., ho I
swpt by an rled spirit- architect is told hm ker namen
al awaken i t has become tallreng are compl es and osw
"our reatestfet weapon." ,taking f S. ate rm CCOU
an a the revival ed"a- McCorm ue otedhis a. -
is swenge ea rl'ifre a- arg done l t tr as ay ere no
cross te whole ngiUsh-speak- or" we heard i ha wlth the iih epushS or shOvnl. eic
He attributed the turn to God Magkte'a-Co en."
to these factors? Al Me.UI-yar.ld
Materialist litcal pilo- a tecet to An an a-

f2. Ra onea, worshipso rekft
won.t. ...knowledge. pt
0rah),l"oAland O-.28d rtre 1ebye tRu ssian'_eft

faled to atit fH tehe reial ,,M

iq-pman's heaUA a Fla aes Her-
atble to halt truths. and poa r,-

hoods, .. .
faha. People intheA ms;e "te'

1i., M6arow ia d'lst t hpti An|r ,-

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