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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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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:Ilthe ~i~;'Jeru8 8mEd up-
10 today b a Arab 4MnatI
mounted over a AtIn border
That =lEd Jbrdtafls in
SI le det ldSe t Gorgas Hospital rates will be boosted to a flat $18.!
Jordan's med Areb Le a day effttive Nov. 15 for all U.S. vernment
Sftm e John (except Panam6 Canal) employes an tei deed
S aubb, tothe ove it was revealed today.
b tak n."onyf .~an "ts Panam Canal .and Canal Zon nment
lThe Amman to a- ployes will pay a different rte, B ft aw
which it ap ~irord could not be learned. An official spokesman: from B
under the t of s b Heights disclosed, however, that "a detailed anoIn-u
e Prme ,t l MI- imet" of the rate to be charged Punam6 Caoml
ifa earlier deup ed the aid ployes for hospital care wl be made Monday.
as "a direct at loB on wih.." Sources could not.eitime all the details um l
.He Mid that together with othr wri
Arab countrieia"Vaq a-ut tfe g the new Goros ratd t it was understood $
cve wmasur *alist Igrae 50 figure includes medicine, eammuiwtins Oad
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Smtoaid tand army intif.
e alerted ring req An announcement soett ten Hospital nighiW
fsrn Jordan to to forth the nev ies p ito down.
mAnn rd ortd the b hares reportedly w.refr to
4l8D4 oths ett ohf the ft Mh ame anoma Celis order
a aon theQ of b. itt to be '"ienbuurswl "C ed aled t
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ml, which has a treaty or
t assistance with Jordan,
"a most serious view" of
M. Is no posaWbe justifica-
W the action of the Israeli
Sforces which has been
iMed by the Mixed Armi-
Qommssion," a foreign
. -pokesman .In London
while the American, Brit-
French foreign ministers
a to frame a joint
rtp tnew aggression
.*w"ttM'j State John
rV&d., Ish Foreign
.A$nthodb Eden and
lw i M lter Georges
r a os the warning
S Iedy Ir raid on a
nbord villae threatened
truce h Palestine.
e situation teM-
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policy toward Rus-
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aewtd am~several others in-
tl- here iest night In a wild
Smee In the business
aM this little college
W when 500 ril football
foanM the Universities of
and North Carolina
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garb of his position, the Lord Chief Justice of Enqland
.; Goddard arrives at St. Margaret's Church, in Westminstei
land. He is attending the judges' service held to nmm. It
day of Michaelmas Idw tcrIm.

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'MEET THE CHAMP-Bernie Kays, Jr., of Hunlington B
Calif., shows great affection for "Little Colonel," a 1050-1
,cHereford steer which he purchased and raised as a 4-H
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Fair livestock show.






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I ouie Bradfqrd, Plum bers'
chief and head of the local
Building Trades Council (San-
ders was seeetary), began
charging out.of-town members
S1.50 a man a day for the right
to work. The money went into
the union treasury-at the rate
of $6Sl a day for the 4,000
out-of-town brothers. Finally
after a year and a half the
men revolted.
They struck, but hard. against
the "doby" system, as they call-
ed it. That strike cost our atom-
Ic program some 400,000 man
Then the Plumbers Interna-
tional Union chief, Marty Dur-
kin, ordered the doby system dis-
continued. But no money was re-
funded. When Durkln looked the
other way and the men returned
to work Bradford printed up
booklets which looked like raf-
fle tickets.
He gave them to his shop
stewards. They went among the
men and asked them to donate
the $1.50. For this they got a
slip, and Bradford knew who was
cooperating and who wasn't. But
the mep threatened to strike a-
gain and BradOd gave up this
choice bit of "dues" collecting.
Everytlag' down here has
been a grab bag. Over in Cairo.
where the mob Influene still
fingers, oe Laborers Union
chief had two taverns. It al-
ways helped to drink his whis-
key and play dii there.
Men became rtoh, and for this
I booty, they'd strike even the
atomic plant on which some of
the nation's safety rests. Some
3,000,000 man hours have been
lost as the loeai lads fought it
out. as Banders has fought to
protect the franchise th Iron
Workers national office gave
him years ago-control of labor
In that area.
,The time Is lng past for the
top union officials to get out of
their natlcnal office' and stop
begin, : "'-entee labor le-der--or
Ae milaM lose more than a local
labor war.

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I.4 n By Victor Riesel
JOPPA. Ill. By the time this
Is on the streets. bloody war or .. s
a jittery peace may have come .
to this dusty corner of the world.
It is truly a front line of civil-
zation and worth watching, not
because we have been trying to /
build the giant turbines which
will throw juice into the ura-
nium separation plants across
the river.
Neither war nor peace will set-
tle anything here. It's too late.
Over the roads from the atomic
outpost at Paducah, to Cairo, ,
Ill., once the haven for Chicago
Capone hiedouts. and into this
vast construction center, angry
roving pickets have driven in
caravans of 600 to 700 autos.
S This was the manner in which
Smen led by the Iron Workers lo-
cal union baron William San-
ders, warned national AFL chiefs "
not to interfere with a month-
old strike he was running at the
Jopoa Atomic Energy power
He also warned that if anyone
passed through his picket lines
there would be mass killings, as
there had once been at nearby
Herrin, Ill.. in another labor war
of an age long thought dead. J R
So heavily armed cars of the i\
state police and the county sher- 'rD 4c\4l J:
Iffs sat in the roadside sun. The
1' police were alerted not to 'take
idly the threats of Sanders, long-
time tough boss of the regional
AFL Iron Workers. Local 595,
nnd a leader of the Building
Trades Council. =. 'S
There are mahy reasons. be-
litional sides the official one. for San-
, Lord ders' strike. But the basic one
, Eng- goes right to the gut of the '
he first thing which is corroding the
AFL Building and Construe-
tion Trades Unions. This baste / Or C A
reason accounts for racketeer-
ing, for a terrified rank-and-
file, for arrogance and power e
unknown in any other labor
movement the world over.
That reason is the unwatched, WASHINGTON-(NEA)-The next few weeks a
unpoliced "local autonomy" of will see an Important showdown in the Eisenhw- ot,.d
Thousands of unions. For de- tr administration. Thn question being decidedd is 'ifi cl
cades, national labor chiefs have whether to continue its policy of seeknk l bal- -a
civen their local nabods the ancdd budget. I I-
franchise for such power. The alternative is to abandon that pro
National union headquarters and admit that an unbalanced budget wil" be. a
of such organizations as the Iron necessary for bolstering national defense against tixe .
Workers or Martin Durkin's a possible Russian surprise attack with hydrogen f ph
Plumbers and Pipefitters have bombs. sh lt
Issued thousands of charters to The chief spokesman for the balanced budget.
local men. Thesf litte regional for buying national defense on a cash basia4 b
barons then became the officials seems to be Secretary of Treasury George M. dfti
through whom all construction Humphrey. His philosophy was perhaps beat ex- bIo
labor had to be hired. They col- pressed in a statement made e1rller this year I
elected dues and paid per capital before a Senate appropriations subcommittee. feant
tax to their national leaders. "What we are trying to do,'! h said, "is pro- .TU, .
In turn. the national figures, tect the American way of life. It i .threatened corti
S to busy elsewhere to get into Irom outside 8aggesl0n.. ... ,
ie field, let' the cQmpicated -but it campdp in
stem lust grow. And whenth t the thinade. i, 21 ry as W6.
ittomic Energy Commission took overapend oplrglIv, ff
on a contractor to get the bi dances, if e upeat our rmethas ~ds
bomb worit going, Washington ur methods of dealing with :eM Ot
said. "Produe, we don't care have then destroyed our Va f lfe. It will be-
how. just as effective a destruction. In fact-I'm not be
Back in the early winter of sure that it will not be total.: isun
1951, one Atomic Energy con- "It has been said many tmed that Staln's confe
tractor was told to put up a vast whole program was to. have s destroy oatur Ht
uranium separrtion plant in a selves...AU he had'to do was hkpe pressure ject
little city named Paducah, Ky. on and we would dpstroyj ourselm."
The contractor opened an em. This had turned oht to be a u ,profound tbe
ployment office-and Bill San- statement of Elsenhower admIanstation 'pollcy. Th
ders' small Iron Workers local This policy was responsible for th cathback In -'ave
threw a ticket line around it be- U. S. defense appropriations by $5 b lon. i lopp
fore the huge contractor knew Even this ut was not saicient t6balance the in su
what had happened. Sanders budget this year. But it laid the foundations for
said you hire through me. It was balancing the budget next year i the policy of Pn
an unwritten law. He had the beetndeg 3ore money frr i inseth1 on4G 'stop
charter for the area. The com- be ramisd % taxation Is sonth L ufri
nny compiled. It e had to build This idel has come under a o id of doubt by ence
Icach, plants for the safety of America extrenpO and coalicting a trelta from such It
pound 8o0 t went ah over the area. All high adtgstration off a a ofr D-. Le
^fence isbS L W.^, Sirajf"^ "_
Club he little business agents grab- rector nse rthur. MWilso, k f t
county ,ed for a chunk of the dues and Directo Arthur.. Flem an. Defense of r
Sower as tens of thousands of Admil st trh V etBi0 e W ti ne xt
workersr s moved in. Atomle ly 0ommittel the
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ITh Dredgaig Divisioa did Its
hit tinaugurating the 1953-54
totst eason last qUh when,
a .of t ait ela services
nar to outside organiza-
o iftransportd 6W iaen-
' frma the cruatea Cam-
OBSi a alghtaeeljM from
to ml 3 Locate.6oAmiboa
Sthe Ferryboat Pretmete PO-
The Cainla was the first big
trstt ship to call here t#t fBa
Otler special work performed
by the Dredging DlvolanD during
September ieluded the recovery
uI.JA' ,iachr.and ohain lost -in
C IB.l Harbor by the M. V,
Wi afor W. Andrews and
S tIs mair n woek of
vtIM removed
.riSf^g^ n^e ttlc Kn-
th plpeflnd luIto
d' Th l material
.to Tlfer's. Island
.rea. the Atlantic
pr edge 'Cassadas,'
1A i crstoJal Harbor
d Inanto, removed a to-
ta Rttq cubic yards of un-
Mi rock and coral which was
deb M the Atlantic sea
d ut L1.,Il0 water hyacinth
apl n o f the major ship-
in the Canal, were
SReptember and
20e at.. aquatic grass
te qy operated
thaugha; itointh on regu-
lar, unin service mak-
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of 55.920 vehl-
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FeastOCX Luke

Sl isnce of'the
at L b Evangellst
wt~le hi a ,paul's Church
tometTpwll wM with the
emp I omunon at

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To Begl Fle-Week

Adult Sudy Corne
The Episcopal Church of Our
Saviour. New Cristobal, will be-
gin a five-week adult study
course in Christian pucatlon on
October 26 at 7:30 p.#i. The class
will continue to meet each Mon-
day and Wednesday evening.
The general theme of the
course will be "Christian Faith
and Practice" and will consider
the relevance of Christianit to
our modern situation. ice
Christianity is inseparably link-
ed to the Biblical revelation, the
topics to be discussed will be
from a Biblical point of view.
The course is designed to
translate the Biblical message
Into contemporary terms with-
6ut conmromising Its meaning.
he class will meet at the
church and is open to all adults.
The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Cook-
son will direct and teach the
Tomorrow, St. Luke's Day,
special intercessions for spirit-
ual healing and for the sick will
be offered at the 7:30 a.m. cele-
bration of the Holy Communion.
Church School is at 8:30 a.m.
morningg Prayer and Sermon at
11:00 a.m. With the pastor
preaching ln the sublct: The
Chrfstan -Gospel i Actmn'-

Mrs. Rosa L. an

Of Balboa YMA

Dies At orgas
Mrs. Rosa L. Chan. resident
of Balboa, died at 3:10 o'clock
Friday afternoon at Gorgas Hos-
pitar. She was 68 years old.
Mrs Chan was the wife of
Harry Y. Chan who was employ-
ed for many years In the office
of the.Panama Catal Treasurer.
Mr. Chan retired from the Ca-
nal service-in August 1950 and
sineq then he and Mrs. Chan
ha made their home on the
kR the past few years Mr.
and Mrs. Chan have been in
charge of thq restaurant of the
Balboa Army and Navy Y.M.C.A.
Mrs. Chan was born in Empire
on October 23. 1887 ahd has lived
all Ner Ufe on the Isthmnus.
addition to her husband,
St survived by four daugh-
tpn, s, Irene paulding, Mrs.
4rI tehberger and Mrs. Bet-
10 Sutton, all of the Canal Zone
i Ms Beverly Chan now a
= at the Library School of
ot Ia University; and one
*oHaarry Chan, an employee of
jS'ueria y Luz.
neIp ral services will be held
Tlntafy at 9 a.m. at the First
t Church, Balboa. Burial
,oulow at the Corosal Come-

SAreligious o.Id so-
clil have been pme by the
Woman's AuxilaWra 8.t Peter's
church, La U r.o, a honor of
their anniversary.
The religious o ervance will
take form o a eodporate com-
munion at the choral eucharist
at 7 a.m. tomorrow while the
service of evensong at 7:30 p.m.
will be dedicated to the auxilia-
Booked as preacher, for the
anniversary, are the Venerable
Lemuel B. Shirley, Ardhdeacon of
anama, in the morning and the
Rev. Malcolm & MacDonald,
priest in charge of St. Andrew's
church, Cocoli, in .the evening.
Father John 8. M he of St.
Peter's will be of at both
The social, comw- ff in the
parish hall on Monday night,
and will be marked by a short
program. Invited guests include
representatives frpn other paro-
chial organizatbn of the
The youth of SL Peter's will
Join tomorrow in the observance
of Worldwide Communion Sun-
day for the youth of the church
by receiving the holy communion
in a body after the Woman's
Auxiliary. A children's eucharist
will be held at 10 a.m. for the
church school.

Our Savior (hurch


Will answer any beauty problems you
would like to consult from Monday,
Oct. 19th through Saturday, Oct. 24th
in our Panama store.
For individual consultation, please
phone PanamA 2-2648 or 2-2671.

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among the wreckage of a Belgiap arlner that noe-dived
the ground and burned shortly after Sdai. off fr i a
urban Frankurt, Germany, airfield. A~thOltles say that f
crew members and 40 pasengem were -parently killed -
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"What is par on this hand?" BEANS-They may not took
tsks my friend and critic, C. M. like beans, but that's what they
Imith, of Madison. Wis. 'Maybe are. Carl CowL, of Minneapolis.
,3outh shouldn't bid It so strong- Minn., grows the huge egeta-
b. but if he does get to three no- bles in his own garden. He got
lrump by some such bidding. the seeds from an army officer
phat should happen? ,stationed in New Guinea, and
"West opens the nine of spades. of the four seeds planted, three'
pnd in the average game nobody grew into beanstalks. The larl-
would have a problem. Dummy ;est specimen he holds weighs
would play low. and East, would about five and one half pounds
win with the king. East would and is 39 inches Iong.a4TheY
eventually get his two red aces are said to taste like a cross
and some sort of fourth trick, between bean and eggplan.
but South would make game and tweeb ad epla
rubber with nine tricks.
"If East happened to be very ness. He would simply win the
clever, he would play the jack of first trick In dummy with the
spades at the first trick Instead ace of spades and go about the
of winning it with the king. business of developing the red
South would win with the queen suits. He would easily wind up
of spades and go after one of with three club tricks and two
the red suits. tricks in each of the other suits.
"East would take his first red "How do you think the hand
ace and shoot back the king of ought to be played?"
spades to dummy's ace. East I think declare should locate
would get in with his second red all of the high cards quite easily
ace In time to lead his low spade, because of the double of one
whereupon West would set the club. Hence he should put up
contract with three spade tricks, dummy's ace of spades at the
"If South happened to be just first trick to avoid complica-
se clever as East, he would re- tons.
use the first spade trick when East should drop the king of
at played the jack. South spades under dummy's ace and
would have to play the hand should return the jack of spades
very carefully from that point when he takes the first red ace.
on, because he would make only If South makes the mistake of
one spade trick, but he would winning the second spade trick
eventually catch East in a com- with the queen. East will be able
Ulicated squeeze and end-play, to lead his low spade when he
forcing him to lead hearts to eventually gets in with the sac-
dummy. ond red ace-and West will get
"But if South happened to be three spade tricks. But South
really clever, he wouldn't go in should refuse the second spade
for all of this complicated busi- trick and make his contract.

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Fourth of July Ave.-Pbone 2-0441 No. 8 Lottery Plan Phone 2-41N9

S Household Automobile bOyes hov e ua dr Houses on beach. Santo Clara. Also
'W =____ __ A ---l Ar- ,. In COOL" Campoan mountains. A-oo
SALE-Two brand new 6 cu. FOR SALE.-1952 Cadiloc Hard- 2051 Acnm C. 2 Phone SHRAPN.. a Bolboa 13A89 utoT
S Le o v? bat r291- c t2Phone SHRAPHEL. Balboa 1389
ft. electric Servel refrigerators,. top coupe like new, radio, nylon Or see cariaker there.
SS 25.00 elect Works either on 25 se cover. Tel. 2-4721, Panama. To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AEREA m e c aker t
"* or 2250 ch Works e either t on 25 aen- T ul. 4 Boelng 4-engine planes. One-way Foster's Cottage. One mile past
u. or 60 ccles. Refer to Diablo furni- FOR SALE--Buick Suptr 47, four to Miami: $70.00 Round Trip Santa Clara. Please bring your
tun store. Central Avenue No. 86. door sedon, in excelleOn im hanic- $126.00. One-way to New York- linens. Phone Balboa 2-1866.
S Phone 2-24C4 oily condition. Duty paid. For only $114.00 RCind-trip $214.00. S WILLIAMS' Sontc Clara Beach Cot-
"'."R SALE --Apex Foldamatic auto- $750.00. Snooty Hunhutt, S. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE togas. Large. comtortoble. modem. 1
matic ironer, 60 Cycle, new con- 16th St. Control Ave. Tel. 800. telephone 2-1655 near bech. Balboa 3050 except
Sedition originally $275.02, take Colon. DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic. weekends.
$182.00. Cold spot air dryer'(De- m FR SALE --Buck Super 1940. 4 Central Alenue "K' street.. GrEmli Snto Cloru ooech-ot-
humidifier) used for basements, door sedan. Excellent condition. Corner telephone 2-3479, Panama tom. Ele r Iboxre as stoves.
large rooms, etc., perfect condi Reasonable price. Tires, seat covers, "El tr Tceph 6-441stve
Sion. Sixty-Cycle originally $121.00 new. duty paid. House 2026-B FOR SALE f ; 4s56. edro Mlguel.
take $60.00. Electric Hair Dryer Second East Street, Curundu FOR L mb, 4-567. Pedro Miguel.
Heater $4.00. Duncan phyfe table, Phone Curundu 83-6243, after 6 P lIpellanMou PhIllie Oceanside LOttages. Santo'
pads, and 4 choirs, $50.00, other p m. __fOClaro. Box 435, Bolboo. Phone
Misc. 305 Herrick Road. Ancon. .j- 4. 187 Cf 3-1673.
SFOR SALE-'47 Buick, four door. FOR SALE -- New beautiful Pan P 877. C abl 3673.
OR SALE:-Porcelain electric ret- Special, duly paid. For only $725.- American trumpet, permanent FO T
rigerator Westinghouse. 8 1-2 cu. 00. A real bargain. Smoot y Hun- brass, sii -r f nishing. Bargain, 85 VF '
ft. 25 cycle. Electric clock, Vene- nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. dollars. 124-C, New Cristobal. .
tion blinds. Porch screen, 3 ory Tel. B00, Colon. anytime ________OU
closets. Tel. 2-3644. FOR SALE. 1946 Ford Tudor, 6 FOR SALE--Large two sory seven FOR RENT: -4- Cholet,-just built,
ROR SALE-Complete bedroom suite, COL. Excellent condition. Very room Dool House, ten electric lights, beautiful furnJshed. Preferably for-
ne radio phonograph, one chrome clean economical, contact H. Jury completely furnished. See at 133 eign couple or responsible persons
dinette set, like new. House 346- 2-137B Curundu, weekdays, after Ridge Ro:d, Balboa Height!. Bal- without children. Telephone 3-2683
B, New Cristobal. 4 30 p. m. Phone 83-5271. boo 2-l-163 or 2-2948.
I CR SALE:-II pieces six strand FOR SALE-1949 Buick Convertible, FOR SALE.--AKC registered, Pedi- FOt RENT:-Furnished 2 bedroom '
Rattan set. 10 pieces mahogany fully reconditioned. Like new. See greed male Boxer dog, full grown, chalet. No. 4, 32nd street.
dining set gloss tops. 5 pieces ma- it and buy it. Smoot y Hunnicui ell traded and well marked. FOR RENT 2 bedroom chalet
hogony bedroom glass tops Beau- 5. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. Call KoEbe 6276. maid's room and bathroom, con be |
ty Rest mattress foam rubber pil- 800, Colon. 1,;R SALE:--.illman Minx Convert- seen entrance to Old Golf Club
lows. 9 piece mahogany imitation
lows. 9 piece mahogany imitate FOR SALE: Plymouth '53 utilr, r ble 1852 Duly Paid, 4 pc. living- No. 299 First Street. opposite side.
bamboo. torgie refroigerator(ck Staton Wgon..500 miles erec room set 1Smnmonsl. Twin Holly. after San Fernndo Clinic.
cycle), automatic dcefrost clnck n ..mike eePerfect; -Clinic.
White sewir machine table model. Tires Duty Paod. Like New Phone ood Beds Simmoi. 60p F RENT:- Furnished chalet o 3
Steel desk. Mixmoster. Electrical 3-197. 9 m 5 p m. -2 set of childs books and chi 60 cycled' bedrooms. Via Epoa 2022. Phone -
coffee percolator. Mirrors, lamps, 5 p. m. 8 dict cnory yr-hold Geldin -Bridle. 3-4037. I
carpets and other odds and ends FOR SALE:-1946 Ford four deer. Blanket and Saddle. Call 82-2285 -
of household equipment. All in ex- excellent traniportatien for any during office hours or see at 2014T
cellent condition. House 0303 serviceman. Easy payments far G. Curundu. C. Z. after p. m. FOR BRENT
Cab:e Heights. Ancon. an easy bu. Smotr y
PC- SALE:--Mahogany diningroom S A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. FOR SALEE:-Bcby buggyand mt- Apar it.
set sx chrs and server ving 800. olon. ress. Excellent condition, $10.00
Asset, six chairs and server. Living- .oO. Tel. 3-2940. Colle "C" No. 55 ATTENTION -. Just built modern I .J V l set, sofo, two arm chairs, FOR SALE-1950 Yellow Pontiac B El Conqrlo hmished oportntn, one, twc, 'LS'-
two end tables and coffee table, convertible completely equipped ,- ---r----- -- .e 'oorm d water. Tel-
SAlexander Smith rugs, 9' x 15 x Excellent condition, phone 3-0692 IFOR SALE:-Dorchund pupprfs. Tel. nar ~ ri.3-441. ..
36" x 36". Gluton rug 8" x t10. FOR SALE. 1948 Chevrole- t Club -1.81b. annama n N-A.rm.n a u-
Ma hogany book ca-se, White rotary FORSALE. 1948Chevrolet.Club --K ;---- RENT:-Aparment in Via Ar I
Sewing m ine and tthments Coupe, seat covers and radio. Ex- FOR SALE --Ar conditioner brand gentina, Can-ga bedrorn i -
Two Q. M. couches and mattress excellent condi on. 5420-B. EndscoI ne RCA H.P. Never used re- nesting bath, pqIch,,Ilvln d;i-
c, D iiaklo 5'120- sonob 'e. 3 =-784 Panama. ingroom kitc kJ ; t,
Frame bedwith spring and mattress St.. .. _Diablo.I son- -b' 284 Panam. ingroo, kitch.'sll on m A
two G. M. Chest of Drawers. One FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet i-door FO-' SALE --Hollicrafter model SX- bath, laundry room. aer | a y .
bureau and mirror. Small girl's Coupe, new sat cov r paint like 28-A communications receiver, ex- installation. For further informa-
.hogony desk, mahogany typewrit- you se it vou'N like it. Smooet y 6.00 p. m. 190r % 'ith
'' er. table, two floor lamps and three Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central FOR SALE: Pedigreed toy pups AL RA APARTMENTS .
table lamps. Bendix washing mo- Ave. Tl. UKC. restored Amatoyo (Toy Mr uAtnw. and 5 roo furnished .
,. -. chire, 60 cycle. Two mirrors, boy FOR 's ALE Chv Coupe 19 erriers) Parents very small. Purple u1PPglthed. Alhambra's Office
Pi bicycle size 26. Zenith console and FOR SALE--Chevrolet Coupe 19 r rC. '1.11h Uti 'CTo I
records.' vacuum cleaner and at- for $100. Phone 2-1803 even- ribbon strain. Phone Colon 723. Colon,.
t tachments. Misc. Items. 538-A, ings 5:30 7.00 38 Pofo N -,;, .
SCuunduA i. Tel. 832115. FO 8SALE-Chelr o 1938 POSitiOn O erd
.-_....___"1111_ gas stove refrigero"r. "i13.
FOR SALE -Bamboo set 6 pieces, fr $100 0D. Phone 2-1803 even- ED-En t o r as o. idri r l
Kelvinator refrigerator, Apex outo- wings, 5.30 to 7.00. WANTED'-Exprieneta ols mn C o l 800 ieasNo. E-qur120. xide 1 949
motic washing machine, gas stove FOR SAE o m 9all 1950 io 4 on percentagebasis. Cal"' 800 F f 'yn wmb I. "I
m4e washing and ask for Mr. H Prertto. FOR RE :--Mod. 11
4-burner, Tdrnpan, 4bre@kfoat seto 6 aoor. eent condfflon, Insidp & P T S LAFbr, No.
pieces. Couch day bed. Apply 9076 out. Phone 7"187. POSITIONS AVAILABLEt For 50 t r o, N h
S,,10 th 5 .. t. 4, Colon.. FOR SALE--1948 Ford Sedan V-8 and tel elpe oerators. Engish Tel.- -2628 fe r T P.m 2--
OR SALE: I Venetian blinds 0471.saw
SS 1 Venetian bn Rado, Plashic Upho'stery. New a must qualification. Write 047 1. te
mi p for 4-fam-y apartment, type 17. Paint job. Good Tires. qualfcoltions and reefrences for FOR ReNT.' "~
44 pieces go ld b ond crystal. w ed FO R RE W!'- at.-r2 o m ruim ea~ = il~F. Lr
Ih cocktail & liquor glasses. Phone FOR SALE:-1947 PLYMOUT h 4 a inten to Manager, Box 673 apartment with kitchen and both- $ .
S-3627. House 0590-D. Ancon. Door Sedgn. Seat Cpvers. Gocd Ancon. C. Z. room indepen 4th St. 7040
Pairt. Car is ,n excellent condi- W ANTED Broadway-Mt ve" .
tion. W Ion. P5
OR SALE:-Livirgroom set,. 10 piece
phillipine, rattan bamboo, inner- FOR SALE--1947 CHEVROLET 4 Miscellaneous mFOR RENT:Nice furnm e ipart- .
spring cushions. House 209-C, Door Sedan. Radio. New Pant job ment. Military infected. ial -
ii Rodman, C. Z. Phone: Navy 3538. Good Tires. Mechanical y perfect WANTED -- Good used spray gun. rras No. 99. Cb I "47d '4-"",:
; fOR SALE:-Mahogdny couch back FOR SALE:--1948 PONTIAC CLUB swi5cher 027 Guge o Call Cisrto-
.,* complete with couch, covers, and COUPE Radio. Seat Covers Good bar 3-2192 FORt ENT
Cushions. Complete twin size bed Paint. Excellent condition. -
. with mattress. Three speed port- CAF R S- :' i,
able RCA record player. 1558-A, FOR SALE:-1948 FORD PANEL 1A2 F R A
Calabash St. Balboa. Call after Ton. Good Boed Excellent cond-i. MotorC cle. FOR ur m- i.
Ssix p. m. Saturday and all day tion. Motorcycles 1 R: '.
'-t Sunday. FOR SALE -19,0 PONTIAC 4 door FOR SALE-Indian motorcycle, com-. 4 _-
sedan Hcramotfc. Radio. Plastic plete parts. Call 2-5426. Radio FOR RENT: Furnished gl tn '
FOR SALE:--9 cu. ft. Coldspot refri- Upholsler,. Pried for .mmediate Arciniegos. Colle Juan B Sosa. perdant. Firt wreet .
erator, completely overhauled. sale. No. 2. from 8 12 noos 1 30 10. Abt 5.
$ 75.00. Call Locona 3404. 600 p. rr. ... .. -
R SALE:A Rotton chair, end table, FOR SALE--1 947 OLDSMOBILE FOR. AENT:,.. ftoey fi ,Sto
SALE:-Rttn chir, end table, CLUB COUPE. New Plaotic Seat EargS O'e art *o q-s
Sdressers, Quartermaster Tbl, Covers. Hydrama tc. Good e. LESS Tiar.TS"P LEal N n su
chairs, 2 hassacks, floor lamp, I and U
youth 'bed, couch, rocking chair, FOR SALE: 1949 BUICK CLUB WANTED: Basic popular guitar NCS7 IetIv"' .
double bed, box springs, inner- COUPE ISedanettel. Radio. Dyna- lessons -Call 3-3620. Panama FOR RN r gI' 9 ;w
spring mattress, maternity clothes, flow. New Seat Covers Price $995
Philco refrigerator, 60 cycle. Quor- 00.. i
ters 323-A, Albrook Phone 86-
4 Door Sedan. Leather Upholstery,
W-S-W Tires. This car is .n ex-
'W ANTED TO BUY cellent condition. Priced for mme-
dnate sole -
WE BUY your used refrigerator and Caol.e Loaisca No 38 ,Beside Coca F
give you a CROSLEY. Call us at Cola Planti. Telephone 2-2616 No
CIA. CYRNIOS. Telephone 2-1793 2-1966. Panama1A
"Avenido Nacional," near Tivoli I
Cross ng. A n about frt
WANTED TO BUY:-National Hipo- W ANTED 11t ,, .. ;
drome bonus at 6%. Send offer to
H. N. Box 134, Panama. PaaAutomobiles ma.ll^
to 1953. Not duty paid, 4 door De -
TROPIC TOPICS a. ,,, "e,, :o 'oo:.
2-0770. Mr. Fanseca. *.
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MOTORS, INC. IOR SALE:-House h aI convey i
nlences, 5 minutes before Santoa NEWr- JNe N h wla U s
S P hane. d-20ar PanClla, R.l. Clara, faors.h sea No dealers. Call E. Pwe'rf~ is tmhe new U. 8. I u,
2-3266 office hours, and from 7 ambuadoru to 1Ustemalal m- s k. C"a -_.
Ca now make immediate to 7 p. m. 2-4441. Ancon. C. Z ceding Ru I 3..SchoenO eld i
deliveries. WANTED.-To rent or buy house. 2 Peurttoy a, sl deputy un- Thle "w'as W
or more bedrooms, garden, garage derseeretry of state in the an U ae *wa
Off floor or direct desirable location American couple TrurnUB edlinllfration. J i
no childr.n. Call Panama 3-3620 tl l ;
FOR SALE:-House No. 88. 40 x 30 th g
double lots behind school Buena t *
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back 20 years-are making a
feature-l .th film. "Life With
the Lyo' 4a. London. It's a
family w'.dy,based on their
BBC rado afrieN.
Hollywood b TV: Mary Shipp
ik the m~t'setin naw person-
ality on TV th eason as Marie
Wilson's grl friend in "My
Friend Irma." The how a new-
er and brihUter, with Marie's
owning b od holdamrs, etc,
over the aim nl pattern she was
forced to In the past.
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ly pannd j T el show, but
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Ray Bolgcr and the cast of his
"Wher.'s kaya ?nd" telefims
will never ai the show via the
airwav es. T howler bits the
home acrseU an Thursdays at
the- same P film cameras turn
in the shbwnl Hollywood.
TArTS noT "0r EVA
Somebody ebe did Zaa Zsa
Ghbor's singim in "Moulin
Rouge," but a iLs Eva will do
her own aingig on. the record
she'll make for RCA-Victor as a
The way Bob Palge throws
around accents s 14 different
characters in his new ABC radio
Quiz show, "Plgin the Jud.,"
is the talk of radio row. Mal
Whitfield, othe Olympic pFnd
champ was Bo's guest the
other day and brought down
the house when asked If he's
"Why," Mat mid, "do you
thinkI rumn r lfat?"
Promised and hoped for: Olo-
aria Grahame's role of a catty
movie queen Incapable of re-
memberil or saying more than
ond line S dialog at the time
in the Britih flicker, "The
Good Die Young."
Gene Tirney nixed roles in
such new films as "We Believe
!in Love" and "Night People."
but, not beruse she didn't like
tha qcripta. She likes Aly Khan's
company better.
ollywood to Elleot Law-
rese: "I still yearn for the
ood od old silent day."
Lawrence: "Tben why don't
you get a lhroree?"

Young Hoover
To Probe Ironian
Oil Dispute
SWIf, Ot. I17 (UP)--
yesterday :for Thra tov- -. .
ute* the ADgo-Ian ofte- a-'
Hoover, on of the. form
President, made the trip at the
request of ecrary of State
John F01str Dues. Hoover has
bean the petroleum business
for about 20 years.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White said Hoover did
not take with him any new pro-
posals to settle the dispute "nor
ill he haven an authority to
neotiate fl
Sooer recently was named
spell adviser to Dulles on oil
problems rWhite said he is mak-
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Maryland-North Carolina

Only Major Unbeaten Clash
NEW YORK. Oct. 17 (UP) At least four of
the 74 unbeaten-untied collegiate football teams will
drop by the wayside this weck-end.

Bourne Signs

To Meet Cuban

Emilio Figueroa

Promoter Louis Craig today
announced that he has signed

mibt teams witn perfect rer- Lut? of Duke Ls limping. Army PanamaBantamweight Cham-
ords meet head on The only halfback Freddie Attaya has a' pion Melvin Bourne for a
game involving two mnlos un- .ore knee scheduled ten-round bout with
beaten-untledr team s is between --- Emiio Figueroa Nov. 1 at the
Maflkand and Noith arolina r s Panama Gym.
Maryland is a two touchdown t e The entire fight program-
(14 point) pick over he Tar- ris will he presented by Craig to
heels. The other perfect record the Panama Boxing Commis-
gmes" are tAk rn i -Mint Union rBy E. P.) slon for approval Monday
Mississippi Sonrhern-onurh past -. ht.
ern, Louisipna -ind Sol theprn ASBURY PARK. New Jersey.-- i gueroa is the No. 2 Cuban
University-At kans a .M&N Dr Vincent Nardlello will give r featherweight contender. He
Odds-maker; ipeoit ~'lyomline, Bobo Olson a medical and phy-. arrived on the I a t h m u a
will take first defeat !nwa is a siral check-up today. Olson' Wednesday after taking part
four touchdown, '8 point, nod fight against Randv Turpln' n two fights in Venezuela.
over the Cowbovs UnaedLten Wednesday night at New York' Bourne and Figueroa signed
Yale plays Cornell in a pirlk for the middleweight title. to make a weight limit of 126
'em" game Hoh Cross dPspite pounds.
Its-perfect reroid. is rated no
better than even against a HONOLULU. First baseman
strong Quenit-'o Ma ime !even Eddie Rohinson of the A'K has lt
Duke is slrigt;: nPtter than a been discharged from a Hono- FSU Pi;. a.' r.,'. on
one touchdown ,10 Fr,oiit faIro- lult honsital aftei a kidney at-A t a bdeX
rfle over Arm, to make it five tack Robinson will continue tol TROP PrrSLNTAGNAt brief etmny:in
ns a row. 'our with the Eddie Lopat All-iH p e On 'I' o d tr adquar to er t. Gueneary ots
Notre d Daestortero ankin Stars. nflfle ro*sefoed tropic the Qualry Heights gt* Wn
Notre Dllneis a toc IAnkino Stars.o above. General McBride congratulates.Cpl .Dfr16th
tiean is a it-,eo touch ian 20 ad MP Service Platoon whocopped honors for m high
point) favol. e s it-i h I The game as well as the hih triple series. Left o ri 14ht row
Second ran';e'l Nlir v-'.in Stat DETROIT The Detroit I- rm YN2 Howell. team captn o. the second plee t& 4ke Cot-
guns for irs 28th stra:lht win qers have bouieht right-hander m Tll ton Pickers, Captain Meroth, team captain ot 1tlt place
nd. i.thre 'ouphdown ,20 Di(k Donovw from Atlanta. Do-', apta in M t eamcaptinofmr place
and is a three touchdown '20 Dick Donouv' from Atlanta. Do- r team. The Skippers. In the back row left to Iit ate the
point, pick over indiana novan who once had a trial members of the winning team, Cpl. cchafter, 8.' ~ ylr, and
Injuries nirv play a key role with the Braves won 11 and CWO Hague. Not shown are M/Sgt RUas t .i It. Col.
in some of the headliners Full- los-t eight with Atlanta. are. These tr phles will be carried to the next
back Bill Wetzel of Syracuse RUSTON, La.. Oct. 17. (UPI Laree. T l rhies will be carried a oria to the next
out of todars game 'ith Peinn BALTIMORE The Balti- Florida State University Coach wlngue in 1954 and will rbe inscribed acordngl.r h-year
State. Wetzel has an injured an- more Orioles have called up. Tom Nugen is counting on his h
kle. Most of the IndianR t.e. m is third baseman Bob Caffery and unique 'I" formation to rout I U.S. Army. loto-4gt. Keilmm)
weakened by an attack of. i.- outfielder Bobby Balcena fromLoulalana Tech in a football'
fluensa. Quarterbelr- Floriqn San Antorin Balcena becomes game here tonight.
wre doubtful .starters against league roster, formation, which lines the quar-
Michigan State. terback, halfbacks and fullbacks
directly behind the center, while t
Purdue is down to itq third MILWAUKEE The Milwau-coaching at VM. o R et For
string fullback for tl-e Wicon- kee B-raes have bought pitchers) Louisiana Coach Joe Allet
asi game. Regular lx S-hmal- Flred Water. and BiH Denne vralls the formation "crazy and
b Og hasn't fully recovered from and catrchrs Ted Laguna and hard to defend." His team has JACKxSONVu Oct. 17 (U1P) Informitfth ofitT of the Army
a leg iniurv and his ren'ace- Pob Roselli from farm clubs Ibeen experimenting with several Army officials disclosed Fri- Reception Center.spd.
;ont. Bill Mhlrr':ow.kil twilsp rieAll nlsved in Class-A or below defenses to stop the FSU attack day that fullback Rick Casares An Arm kman paid
a ankle dt'rin- plrr-tinre l this year. Florida Stat w ill be seeking of the Univralty of florld will there l "0btsny".in-
week. Dan Pnborurkl will start revenge for last year's pset report for induction here.-ues- evolved when tl football star
a efullbAek a r Pnurdue will sa when the Bulldogs downed the day and if found phjfiscally reports for Inap s.
Ohio State fNcee PennsvlvanIa, MILWAUKEE. Workmen'Seminoles, 32 to 13. qualified be will be sent im- "He will be trted just like
.irlthout ouarterbackl Johnny-have started adding eight-thou- mediately to Fort Jackson, S.C. John Doe," the spokesman said.
o erton who ha a soraned an- 'and permanent seats to the But Nugent has more worries m"e checked wit the Tampa s just another ctee ad
keb. Duke and Armly each has a bnme of the Milwaukee Braves than the team formation. He dabad and Caares l o preferene l son to any-
doubtful starter for their namre The park aill hold almost 43,00 will be without the services of nit on the list of draftees o
di New York. Quarterback Worth fans next baseball season. his first-string center and is coming up Tsday," the public Floida Coac n oWoo
Sexperimenting with a shift in blt h o atar team around te
-- a quarterbacks. -- 21 2- d .-but S ,w
Center Steve Kalenich recei v- l u-..a O' llwstp"
by ed a chippd bone In scrimmage U l .f 1rs e df ba t arec f
Sand may be benched for weeks, irtr
utgent shifted tackle Geqrge Bb we r the a
Ja nic o b g ter to center. UPI ta k nd e wol be n ac t
&Uy IILIA M S 'F Massey Is expected toof F
%' W I "t t~kstartlng quarterback as-T Oa 4O 7 L d
'-y c" or t handled in past games To Lm -ft t.. t n 30 Cld
by frshmafl Lee Corso. Btta my. the
S Old AM Wolgast, who has lived so many years in an u alde- B -- I fEW., chance for the Tarpi s to
Jo wh iirad, his b.ain a twisted, un responsive thing, due to exces- play ao ege otball '
gve puloshment in rhe ring, has been taken off the danger list Santa hruz Sports e re rh a -t .
;lowIng a near-ratal pneumonia attack. happy a on at eaes would v in". 4 Oeto
., L is popularly believed the 13-pound champion they used OSCAR Oakland. V ce-Pren B r all h
call the Michign Assassin sustamneu the primary injuries I a Bavasl says: ITir camllhis boa thb
eiich wele evenLuarly to lead to his mental collapse in a fight "We're going to give oDr ader ba i tak en;
wh Battling Nelson oacal in 1940, a light he won by a knock- VOLLEYBALL pleMnt of help at Oakland-in tll tt s em TO le
Qu In 4 rounds form of players. RAs departure O F d for
r Qjlte likely this is correct. Still Wolgast wa to fight for The Girls' Volleyball League; from the Dodgers is on a corn- Althoag tMlt be it
sor seven eats noie agi, Owen Mot ra-cass opposition, nocmg continues with Vera Cruz. jotnt pletely amicable basis." Bavast seanle, he A l y ibnti
t such as F,'ankle Buan;, Owen Moran and George Memsic-- I f with ads*
'e IigLler he azwaa saa hurt him.more than any he ever faced. leaders in th& first half with adds: red fr a toih ore rating"
And twice he was to go 20 rounds with Harlem Tommy Murphy, :David. leading the second half The induction center here sal
nawd twiehe first r tme. los ng the with three wins against one loss. "I think we are losing the bist if C tres il found to bhe s-
S It was at least ije )ears alter the Nelson ordeal that I saw Diana is in t4ea second slot with manager ln baseball." sae ly quifet beW he
Im nor the firet ana only time. This was m my home town, two victories'atr1 one loss; Cocle, Oak d is an independent pdto Port Jackson. S. C.
Semnphls, and he oeai a youngster I had gone to school with, third, 1-2: and David, a strong team prevents ra .It his fooetlau tU.injUa.-an
ene Dembont, a crct.nisance wIhich earnoe me the privilege of team in the first half in the leagu I 'frdm opti g those suffered in the ear wreck
kingg wih tine great one. a ellar with aklwon-loss record, playu, pwever, the Dogers m re ever enE h to- ee
Wolgast hacun t beaten my school chum too severely and it The last two games played saw could ll ayers or release tfe out of the Atlny, an officer d
Was nice to hear him say Delmont had a bright future and one David winning their first In this outright to Oakland. he would be sent back to bl
SeTampa draft booae and told to
Should be fightni for the championship. an observation half, and Diana losing theirs. W i e d T a d t b d ad h1
J ih may hate contained more kinaness than honesty, but, David squeak oat Cocle 13- With ase finitelybou report again in 30days.
I say, it was nice to hear. 10. 13-6, and 14-12. Williams for lta bleg n the Dodgers wie
'the losers was the outstanding select .iwtein and shortstop Pee
i DEATH IN THE PRIZE RING I player in the game, serving nine Wee 1e as th* r neR- Fonl
It was sromte years later that word came WOgat was yin an consecutive points and a totals ager. Rkes has express d er-'sul
It wau some n ear later that word came Wolgast was in an of 14 points. however. Wilson for est in thi.Job, and Dodger ffi- By UNII PfIg
11at"utnon in Calliorrma. his broken, ditorted mind a blurred David, had a total of 18 points. cials the.little shortstop.
gaining camp m which he worked out daily ior a return match Vera Craz, whose only defeat Reese V been with Brook
th Nelson. One that was coming up any day. was at the hands of Diana. turn- since u1. estin Celleg t FoPrtham 13
I found it impossible to reconcile the stricken, pathetic fig- ed the tables by easily defeating e horn In Ioul* Weal ibglul. BY, 6a'ge Wash-
ie with the perfectly normal young fighter I had talked to the the said team in straight sets ville. uy, sys he sti lagtou U.
1a after he had beaten the Queensberry Hope of Market Street -6 and 15- t ams I of the hasn't bseuysWpyrthe it t T
091pl. How ala they kpow it was the Nelson fight? Couldn't 8 and 15- sey.e oed by the De t 7a
have been in some other fight? Possibly the last one he foughL? winners hd a p t steak Dodse O
-, Not that it mattered much. I know now. of course,tha a and Nurse of the miane team had R "Ims l ad tS ,Mheorhse
injury does not always become manifest immediately. I 1 4 point. For the losers Lawerenee Regladtoeat I. .ares islandSa
Sto see that demonstrated at a still later date when Ernie Itopped wlth a four point stretch IDresseus faand!m sorr lt 1' A ustaua (U.
a f seeming was killed by a Prmo Carnera left jab. such in the f st set and the only he did Mr.
implausible consequence angry cries of fake beat around the other two points for the team O'Mallay.. ,as there wasn't f -T-a. Ottawa I
ea of a dying fighter, went to Sterling. much he L." ...e sm IColegep. Rust College t
T The Carnera lao had merely signed young Schaff's death -- E lsewh ball, co- at
rant The actual death sentence had been passed six months in the Men's League: Hospital r.g41aw2Young7.
lther when Max Baer punished Schall so savagely in a Chicago ended on top In the first half, owner bb di t i Now Y rk
ght the young man was hospitalizeo for weeks. He still had winning five and losing only one Yak t s
Concussion the night he faced Camrnera to unset. Indians made !
To vet back to Woigast. If any one fight has to be singled straight before losing. Sunset
out as the beginning of his insanlty, the 40-rounder with Nelson ended even in the second slot
zpuat command the most credence, for from all accounts it was 3-3. Medart and. Nokona tied deal tell
Brutal. inhuman arbarous thing. a brawl in which each man with a 2-4 record.
as .willing to fight until it was impossible to fight a second Sunset, playing their last come tbr h
ager. game, took it 16-14, 11-15 and
S Some months before he died I had Billy McCarney as a 15-11. PhIllips starred for the
t'Egie guest. I was engaged In a most enjoyable literary exercise. winners, having a 5 point streak
f life story of the Old Professor. a gay. Imaginative. charming in the first and a 4 in the third. ment
Iw who had spenw 50 years In the fight game Now I'll tell i Davi had a 4 point streak n Maury
how I promoted the Wolgast-Nelson fight," he was saying, the first set for the losers.
'I hadn't known this was part of the Old Professor's story... A tcKh) ..O .
wa & frightening thing to see," he admitted. "and it does watch
for my pride today to know I was responsible for the U hold th
these two boys had for one another that afternoon. kyo. e
'"It wee my first major promotion on the Coast and to In- ouIL3 toured
a hard fight I visited each boy In his dressing room. I told Frank
tNelson had called him a yellow dog quitter. To Nelson tern
-the same. only worse. I left them both boiling mad. They
't wait to get into the ring." msnd, V
rd Eddie Smith was the referee. As he started to ex- mond
-the rules NeLson interrupted: "Ler everything Rgo. No fouls mn
said that would be .llrlght with him. "EEvery time he ,
Ia ~narmn hLcn... N rl cn mi fl

. a* r .,Ysonu, ueienuing champion, "Ill foul him
that mood," McCarney reflected. "it had to be a man-
y. y the seventh round it was pure animal fighting
the first to weaken. He turned to the referee and
Swe supposed to fight by anv rules at all'" And
Was talking Wolgast popped him in the mouth.
Cropped Wolgast In the 23rd wi;h a liver punch but
got 'up. Nelson wns never knocked off his feet
..4Prounds of jungle fury.
sttandng up, the Old Professor related," when
d it. Wolgast had to kill him before he would
t could have happened, too. In fact, it seem-

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LONDON. Oct. 17 (UP) The restate oper-
4Uited Btats, Great Britain and "Let the .pp.ople lno te tr ieotn y tfh gf" Abrbam j of VA home apr-
rance approved a not.' to So- --
*tst Russia today offering to ENTYA-N TEAR PANAMA, B. AT A, OCTOBlE 17, 18.
~lsa an East-West non-ag- PANAMA, & P 8A6 ,0aO Il1, IM j.iw cso.rsge ascus
'teaslon pact- but only after a- t ..'a my-
erement has been reached on' e VA"
future of Germany and Aui-
The note was approved by i0n 'th V, but add.
ecr-etary tf State John Foster mde elsCSe c have I made ad-
Thenote apoed osenberg Radar Spy Ring S'' "S the 4win*e. n
tilles, British Foreign Sec- coa t antlyls or apprais-
r"Anthony Eden and a"l 1 n f ift 's irm wa
:.ench Foreign Minister Georges Inf riy .y
-dault at a meeting at the arths he asked for an
Foreign office. afl- i M ,s he learned
It had been modified to meet aB~ i fl MnU1 construction
objections bv the West German th.agt'lltOy eltpXcsrst have
government against any pre- "wival t-lhe 01f ome selling
-,mture discussions on a security NEW YORK. Oct. 17 (UP) Fort Monmouth, N.J., radar In- mouth Laboratories. The manrectly i evidence bulas _
; *a. Three persons named by a wit- stallatlons. originally claimed he had nq which oath from r alh t kthe matter up
Now it lt expected that the ness wo broke down and "told connection with the alleged as- other t investi- with V*k. manager of
ote will be delivered in Mos- all" were called to appear today The man's decision "to tell plonaoe ring McCarthy said. nation the .VA here, but
pow this evening or tomorrow. before a Senate subcommittee the truth" at this appearance is received. l"ttr troni Mr. Owen ,
:The Big Three foreign mn- investigating an alleged espio- "an Important development" In However, yesterday the witness Mc 6f% t10 wit- whi 5 ie whitewash
tes, ranging over a wide pro age ring set up in the Arny alg- the investigation, whici has appeared fr thb hearing emo nes' a cli maxed .f Lof I anha
tra of aso. agreed to f me ra nal corps by executed atom spy turned up indications thatdr tionaly up to the point of the fii e rings. sd ce th. nation- ., .
warning against new aggression Jul Roenberg secrets and atomic enrgy ior- tears, he amid. .e l Wf. '
L the Mddle East as thgeresult Chairman Joseph McCarthy nation may have reached fltu- aruier, H. t told re- H% f-
. e a bloody dlraeli attack on a did not Identify the threq per- la, McCarthy said. The man was reallyy worried porters ha an eval- air L
ordan border vllagc n sons as he began the sixth day fo. his personal safety the uatlo Corps of eSraI ~
rtial situations led up a- of his Senate permanent Inves- McCarthy said the witness Ia senator added. He said the testi- an Air a Ger- th
Critildth e three ministers a tigating subcommltee'a hearings an employee at the Fort mon- many being given now was "di- man slacl edo to ay s ea the
. i second day of te the i the rt Monmouth, N.J.. radar oe f a of the ont
,av meeting-the note to Rus- lab oratories.n t t. radar -doeIss"o b .tit
a, In a new attempt to get o- Hesaid the three were named r a r
.d 1 on trI re e for Germany yesterday by a signal corps cl- ThM to WDOeNO-
d Austria; the raeattack,s to W toer-
d' Trieste including a threat vllan employee who broke down aI from Par-n
STrieste a cluding a threat under cross-examination and na, an laboratory he
n em"iier eppe identifiedd individuals whom he wh~ibe work for "itdoe not
to resign unless Italy gets thought part o Rosenber's rin there
" a northern part ofi Trieste ter- who have worked at Fort Mon- "
as promised by the Big mouth and other government a- llg r tio,
One result favorable to the McCarthy said one of the three 11h441 m10 .o
ted States in the meeting still was employed at Fort MLon- !bUU
reported by diplomatic in- mouth and the other two for-
ants--that Prime Minister mrly were employed there. lh.* t ,4Is
n Churchill has decided eCaC hy ordered an armed [eb a~ iell mo dfl a
iWat a while. before pressing uard for yesterday's witness -_ _~ h ll
a Big Pour meeting includ- who, th Wen epbtl
Himself President Esen- an mid, spilled complete de, '". ,"i."
', French Premier Joseph aowthe spy at Mla i
nd Sovit Pmer tMonmouth heanuMled Dal edf
M. Malenkov. Ameriea's radar leemits to t
He said the bald, beapetacledF
witness, after reciting his story,
had told the committee he
'feared for his life."
1 ?McCarthy deseti the wit- bet. -M
*, y air service from DnoesU' testimony as tdh e a nU-
ta PU&IantitheMUM arint develppment"_ that e.......

SA, t w i" an vid reenglaa and o-de~id to- .
iE d today by Melvin Doolit- day's committee session.. .
iA O f* the airline in Oreengles. brother thel
DC4 Rossepbrg, who died in ging VIOXAN T Df T
on DC-6 flights fea- Wang prison's electric cchafr street h at T't- e.I
low-cost tourist service In with her husband last June 19 Italian Tro-Y v
*i service in the rear will be Rusia, has been identified by fnes of the.- ugo0
Through Paznd a in addl- other witnesses before the
,alli-deluxe schedules to the connected with Communists
th and South. Southbound, employed in sgnAl corps 1a- FPelaI f R
& lightss will leave each Mon- boratories. l o e
r ed Friday at 10:45 p.m. and McCarthy said he did not want
bound. each Monday and to say "at this time" how deeply
at 12:45 a.m. the witness was involved in the I
th fare reduction ranging s ring's operations. U r
to 2" ver cent on the tourist le senator said that commit- #
ride, the new design of 300 tee eoou el Roy M. Cohn proba-
ki-per-hour liners will be bly would be sent to Lewisburg
wn on Braniff's international xt Monday or Tuesday to In- ROM, 1 (UP) Pr
t The Nov. 2 flight alspW11 tenl w Greenglass, who is serv- mli u Pela said todi
k the first DC-6 pasenger lu 15-year term for giving his* fO fl g4vernme
e of anyv tve into La PaU m Information to Rosenberg. would rsi Britin and tl
a and Asunci6n. Paragusy. cCarthy Will r to Washing- U ted State theirpro
-- ton this weekend t attend a in to awafd Zone A of Tries
Sold meeting Monday of another toIaly. re tt
1 committee of which he is a Pella aho revealed that Ita
tAMORD. Conn.. Oct. 17 -member. He was expected to re- had taken defense measures
R) The rummage ). held same his subcommittee's hear- guard agatst. Marshal Tin
the women's gulill Of St. ags here Thursday. threats to march nto Zone
ia's Episcopal Churt wa. 'rhe next series of hearings
Eccesul. also will be closed, McCarthy
Piun the sale was ovr they said, But an open hearing will
ord they had .aTYver- be held Oct. 26.
sold a pair of br n cab McCarthy said the witness who
owned by t Rev e don e had appeared ear-
ey F. Hemsley, rect ofth'le ier in his five-day inquiry into
rch.. reported security lealr at the

DA Demands Bricker's Ouster

rm Committee Chairmanship

rASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) In law practice and receive fees
Americans for Democratic for professional services per-
son demanded today that formed In cases in which his
- JOhn W. Bricker (UR.-.) be memberhln In the Congrns is
aed as chairman of th Sen- In no way Involved.
SCo-mmerce Committee for "But Senator nicker him-
e'substantial Income" self has said that this s not the
a gal firm rearenting case with him. By his own stMte-
ivania RaIlrOa amnt, he has not practiced law 1 si
appear to sertois a single dsv since he took his -i am
of propriety I vplved" sea in the Senate in 14m7. -
said. "The chrSwa ol "Yet It Is reported that he
committee ul turns over his pay as a Senator
ePrcoach an to the law firm in Columbus
Which represents the Pennsyl.
Sete to n vaulas Railroad, and return fr
Setter to Senate Rxpub- this $12M.500 h receives 524,000 a
bade' William F nk- year-or $11,00 retainer. fr=i '
Calif.. Robert R Wattln. which he no longer renders legal
So the ADA deeutlve services."
said Brickec should N than said the Pnnaylvanla
slowedd to contain even Ralroead is "under the Jurisdic-
er of the c o erce Uto" of the Sate and House
Commerce committees.
o you. as majority "All legi-atlon affecting ral-
df the Senate to itnitate moads must come before these
to remove himn frm the obmitter ," Nathan said. "No
N' athan eL bomber of the eommtte
,who was Ruban 1 the, .^^sh
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be saw thing there Ise i the
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