The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00130

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There is now evidence in the
-T H cE M A IL BO X U.S.Senate4 to provtatpowerful, $10.000,000 union,t ... ....
--o -- whidh uneashed hundred-man
goon squads to invade and "r-
ale a mlem on open forum for da' s of The Panama Amer- o e the factories and retail
Ia eo e nuSlved gratefully d are handled in a wholly "fi stores of Amlerican business-
.m.te, men, was led by Communisth
c4 wbtlhe I letter den't be irpealent If it desel't ppear the devoted to the soviet Union
e Letn ONre published in the orde received. even during the past few years
to 1eep the ines limited to ene page length n since we'Vb beer at war w it
SVE tenr wol. is held In etnetet Confadeneu. international Sovietihed armies.
we ahpe or Made s r ea p nilbillt y fr ptaeements aepde s T e For years thefm s ouads roved
eaml toi blue exe someonees e thet country. tripped oth 'ti -
f,- wires and ma cnery in the
FARMERS' LIFE heart of New York.
They tried to frighten fruit
ir: and produce partners in the .
southwest ranah areas. They
The UP article published in Monday's Panama American on threatened families In midnight
which some US housewives said farms get too big a slice of the phone oalls. They so harasseE
high cost of food made me see red. elderly businesmen and w-
Americans in general, and housewives in particular, have dows that man of these vi-
never been too adept at availing themselves of insight into the time sought me out, called me
nation's economic problems. If they had, the present situation Into obscure hidflang places, to
would have been as plain as the bright nqw wage increases that we a t
rolled around periodically at the behest of the Lewis's and Mur- Th took on multi-million-
rays. alre store owners as well. Ole,
Ever since the vicious circle began, I have been waiting for in New York, sent his faml -
the roar of the injured "innocents" who have contributed to to Florida, bought a guti, ang
4hs build-up through their own self-interest. Fewer working dared them to come in and
hours more ay -. to hell with everyone else but more for shoot it out.
Now the roar has reached thunderous proportions, and as They were the squads of some-
was also to be expected, someone else is to blame like the thing called the Distributive,
farmer, for Instance. rooeming and Ofiece Workers of
e. America. And in a report to the ar 5 a
here the housewife waxes eloquent. A few farm families Senate J'udelea the ubowm-
are beginning to enjoy on the Installment plan the mir- m ttee on tterIJ ec urit ry re-
aole of running water and even bathrooms. fers o I.l l to the "s ver ve
A few have deep freezes to be sure, and the food that goes control of this orMgnallton.1
therein is carefully and painstakingly planted, grown, gathered C je
pd prepared for freezing, by the farmer's family. ft grim ow NOte
St Ins not brought from the market in neat little packages prpae for fein by te fm fp an
dd placed in the freezer a ist done in the city family's home. esA-
Any eity woman, during the summer months could, for $2 avail. -a_ ate ... ... ... kva_....
,uerelf of enough fruit or vegetables for the equivalent of 25-30 tes f ao r er
ti an, butdo you see the city housewife going to the bother of th e Lawtr ai
preserving it? In Law Andsorde
Farm labor a very scarce in the States. I suggest a few of
the housewives and their husbands spend their summer vacation ceehu 41 c lam I EA
as farm laborers, and see how easy is the life. O RU AR.
The farmer Rets better prices now, but where he gets doun- on the eMxB *- R U
11u the price he got in 140, he pays 400 fora $75 cow of that TcommIe f, th bo a th
111110 and n 000 fot a 600 tractor. t probers, dison f tther Subaom. f ate t aats athe
HIS hours of bad labor are endless and the risk is all his. "mTe l1be8"t ,' amewbefl, and te best Way to start It is on tW we d.
mind though, because he am a -=We of accom- T hhe lyh IV theeae ar tok they m ug tas d"a
aMhtM o .Ker etae in a pinke half-heart- dew monat he taetia by o= hbea n h itly nlligna t latelyMabout Jetle t at d
'-.Ob uudugly done.F ..an orgafsatio fh ereStin and
iC osb tltle 17n5e.. .rt but I dotaSa a someg,- tbg nhee n o ung er wgk -- no .eva eith na ut, 1t h a
St erefore, that housewi s more atten- 00 American waksr lrembers ote, r but slly un cot to rape and ro a pretlenth
y an d national welf a to themselves and with very subtante a and lotmore for the kks tha n for the actual We ave been t
Sthey go to the o g looks like mounts of money is under the "aIs lot rkmwe ethave beenfors for tae aate e beta .
au amp, by all memas, try It. it. control of the riemlln which is ow a to te t of the cope shoot- left free
And anyway, you'll find most n food prices dedicated to the destruction of a cou &wi t t passing to gre. atam l lito his
aUe along as a direct result of your y raise. toIL freedom which the members should ray be necessary fo po Ge to hale a nd his he.
of the or atiosn now enJoy." to shoot ul in rocestsof what sed to be -n't bith Uw
City o a Vacation. Thro a .the the called "mi meantt" and wouldn't be sau- mor e -Aibgn the e in t-"
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nmd sleree get together on this problem and make ler little upl put te ben a a rder a f
ltt_ on a tl of this "game apoiling" non- It baa big real estate holdings ae: t shy more. hard work Irs lWa sp sem i >ernoes out ofi
Ai more "ood wholesomei football. or. Ator Place in New York City, as a oito an end. Orab it r a s ti o in the aees,.
h, .n m any football games in the Stat s, which in- fully ,qu a the b high schools in the city. The off use d bars d oal halls for r Y dertood. ety de We te tate yt
L.Itmes were very effllent yet much more lenient than iVg. Thesefore, It is better Istteand ,L ueoletrs Miult, Wf l'Y tS mtearr,
omt~ fields down hero. Why? Football is a rough game, pedan fr wealthier than We ltely on so much We umKmb saved pesn
bound to be hard knocks takeg and given b ak. y th- natona. AFL and CIO which uat WOrk. .at is ~' "" ry il a'
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RJNCNEON HONORS AFFIANCED COUPLE ington,- and Mr. Hugh Stewart
is the houseguest of the bride- --
Mr. Ross Newland was host for a luncheon given yester- elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. HARTFORD, nnr i .. en
lay at the Hotel Washington to honor Miss Molly Francey Perry Francey. UP) Author. playo a Si: sp
iad her fiance, Mr. G. Robb Stewart of New York. WLIara1
Misn Francey and Mr. Stewart will be wed on Monday at Terry Slaughter Celebrates Connecticut's former vots, will pe a t
"rvices to be held at Christ Church by the Sea. Eighth Birthday sonr of Congress, Clare .be be 6minated 6 A I%
Terry Slaughter, son of Mr. Luce, went down to smash t4e-ratic state eonv,,,i
The other guests were: Mis- Mrs. Beuse Introduced at and Mrs. B F laughter of a- feat today in her bid for a t row.
ase Elaine Lombard, Louise Mc- Afternoon Coffee tun, celebrated his eighth birth- tical comeback and the Rlpul.- i1s opponent is exeeq
Mnus and Nina Norman, with Mrs. Fred Wrobles was hostess day with I cowboy party, at the can nomination to the UA. aen.- two-termn U.. Rem. A.
Messrs Hugh Stewart of Ams- for a beautifully appointed af- home of his parents, Thursday ate. ofI Hatt o ,
terdam, N. Y., Marc Quinn, Jr., ternoon coffee given at her afternoon. Greenwich banker Prestott was astother fa anotht
and Donald k rancey. home on the Coco Solo Naval The birthday cake was topped Bush swept the special 1W4 thd HoN .
Station to honor Mrs. H. R. with horses and horses shoes. nominating convention, race n At atakes to e "me1 u
Farewell Parties for Besse, who arrived recently to The guests were: Fred New- 412 votes. He needed only. W i m, hplp te rl
Leignadler Daughters join Lieutenant Besse. hard, Henry Shirk, Mike Dare, Mrs. Luce, refusing to daeMde Democratle U.8, 'en.,i
Mrs. Humberto Leignadler and As the honoree's name was Leonard and Gregory Hakan- as the roll call piled up V t1.- ;Mah6n.
her two daughters, Misses Irma Mary the hostess used a "Mary son, Paul Kuncle, Mike LaCroix, gainat her, received only 50
and Olga, sailed Friday lor New Had a Little Lamb" theme for Brian and Denis McNamee, Ter- votes to run third in a fIl' 6 Th his acceptance,
York. ihey will go to Boston the buffet table. A decorated ry Webster, Buddy Coffin, Billy six. Her name went before tlit as mnidfut otWrtt
and Join Miss Tnelma who is cake made as the skirt of a doll Thrift, Robert Thomas, Gary delegates as the "sw~theart of two years ago
residing In that city. Miss Irma and a lamb cake on a grassy Anderson, Mike Barfleld and the GI Joe-'his hope and cure & shound't count his 'eb1
will enter Boston College and background of green coconut honoree's brothers Jeffery and peace future fore they are hated
Mrs. Leignadier will accompany | formed the centerpiece and Buddy. But when the official However, he ve
Miss Olga to Indiana where she were served with other refresh- Miss Camille Christopher as- were bounced, Mrs. dict that "we wll
will start her sophomore yeai ments. sisted the hostess. wu dit thatwe ill
at t. Mary of the Woods. Invited to meet the honoree .. ed to the rostrum to acknow dt the issues are 01 our
St _ofth Wod were Mrs. L. L Koepke. Mrs. Gatun Auxiliary Has defeat aC togractously urge the said that Dwigh D. EW
A nu-hoM t picnic was given at V. Adler, Mrs. H. H Chand- Morning Coffee delegates to "walk out of tls and Sen. Richa
Galima Point for the young la- ler, Mrs. B. W. Clark, Mrs. L. R. Morning coffee was served the hall as friends" and work for give the moral .ade
de and Miss Marjorie Kelly. Clark,Mrs. E. 0. Coffey, Mrs members o the Gatun Auxiliary pay r in November. clan house from top to
Alner tnc picnic tne group a,- J S. Fones, Mrs. E. A. Hall. Mrs. by Mrs. M. T. Webster, Mrs. G. Bush. *W was beaten voinWashington.
tended the moving pictures at M. E. Hamilton, Jr., Mrs Davis G Thomas and Mrs. W. C. Smith
Coco Solo. Miss Kelly also sail- Henderson, Mrs. J. J. Humes.,at their regular meeting Thurs-
ed 1Friday to enter the Universi- Mrs. M. L. Leahy, Mrs. R. K day.
Those who arranged the party W. D. Ronayne, Mrs. D. E. Fab- spoke to the ladies about his Uy
were: Miss Nancy Kaufer, Mis- in, Mrs. W. E. Sands, Mrs. R. L. experiences as a missionary in
sea Rita and Anna Fisher, Miss Smith. Mrs. R. G. Stiles. Mrs. Nicaragua. Mrs. B. R. Brundage V-1 r
Leilla Leignadier and Messrs. L. N. Utter, and Mrs. G. L. Wal- presided at the meetings. J l fteeT 1 sevi
Raymond Pinto, Andrew Lim, lace. 0
Tom Kelly, Victor Mizrachi ana -Dinner Honors Mr. and
Victor Fisher. Leaving for Vacations Mrs. Kinnick The Department of the Army bive duty in accordan
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Dare and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyklns, this week announced plans for the following schedule.
Miss Jilma Lara gave a buf- son, Mike, sailed Friday for a of Fort Gulick, entertained Mr. the early relief from active duty to be released.uSat'e
fet supper party at the home wo months' vacation. They will and Mrs. Michael Kinnick with of several thousand reserve of- involuntarily and.mut
of her sister and brother-in-law, tour Canada en route to their a dinner party at their quarters. fleer'S ho were ordered to ac- early release.
Mr. and Mrs. James Butler to former home in Pomona. Call- The Kinnicks are leaving this tive duty as individuals without 1. Those officers who
honor Miss Irma Leignadier. fornia. month for the States. their consent from tbe inactive at lead one year betwe
The other guests were: Misses Before their departure they or volunteer reserve. 1, 1941 and Sept. 2, 19
Frances Geri, Dalys Apolayo, were the dinner guests of Mr. Monthly Coffee at Fort Davis The Srly release is made o- who are serving oversee
Beyra Villalas, Marisin Fernan- and Mrs. Michael LeCroix and The Fort Davis Women's Club lsible by the large number of be returned for separa
des, Olga Leignadier, Lucia Ni- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Slaughter. held. ts monthly coffee at the officers who have elected toex- soon as they can be reply
no, Rose Lara, Mr. and Mrs. iOfficers Club on Wednesday tend their periods of service, the overseas commands.
Jack Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs B. 0. Tydeman I morning, with Mrs. H. Wiggs, and by the increasing number event, they will be en
Vincente Rosanla, Mr. and Mrs. sailed for a visit with their son Mrs Dudley 8. Shine 3rd, and of newly-comminoned officers the United States by N
James Ford and Messrs: Dick and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kennedy as co- entering active militaryned offers the United States by
Later, Merton Weeks, Bob,_Ous Mrs. Bert Tydeman of Troy. hostesses. from Officer Candidate Schools 2. Those officers ho
and Claudio Rosania, Antonio New York. They will also visit Mrs. Roy V. Embury, presid- from th Officer Candidate Schools 2. Those officers iyear d
Cucalon, Bob Turner, C u c h o in Allentown, Pennsylvania. ent, introduced the following Now that theseR officer pro- War II between Dec. 7,
Leignadier, Nick Alberola, Gus new ladies, Mrs. George H. Be- curement programs are pro- Sept. 2, 1945e and who ec
and Rolando Villalaz, Gino Mr. Richard Scheldegg sailed well, Mrs. Bernard 0. Simma,
Bhhettini, and Richard Toleda- for a vacation to be spent in Mrs. John W. Peabody, Mrs. during officers for the active ing in the United Stat
tn, New Jersey. Howard H. Carey, Mrs. Robert Army in sufficient numbers, the be released no later thw
iean Ce sW. Cowart, Mrs. James R. Vod- Army will be able to replace 30, 1952.
Mrs. Ridge CompHimented Leaving for College rey. and Mrs. Joseph R. snack. many inactive and volunteer 3. Those officers who
With Shower Miss Mary Ann Hanningan, Farewells were said and gifts Reserve officers earlier than re- less than one year I
Mrs. Vincent Ridge of Marga- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos- presented Mrs. James C. Store. quired by law. dates indicated above
rita was honored by a group of eph Hannigan, of Gatun, was Mrs. Gustav J. Kampner and Conversely, professional per- released not later than
neighbors at a shower given at among the students leaving Fri- Mrs. Raymond Guyette. sonnel of the Army Medical Ser- 31, 1953, whether or no
the home of Mrs. Charles Bath, day. She will go to Niagara Mrs. James W. Quinn was ap- vice cannot be released under have completed 19 mont
Wednesday. Falls, N. Y., to enter Niagara pointed Reservations Chairman the accelerated program since vice by that date.
Games were played and the University. Before entering col- replacing Mrs. C. L. Wessel who their early release would make
prizes won by Mrs. Harry Doc- lege she will have a vacation is leaving on vacation. it necessary for the Army to re- Previously, officers
k MrS. C. E. Reilly, Mrs. Les- with relatives in Revere, Mass. Plans were made for re-form- call additional Reservists in- first two groups were
lie Anderson and the honoree. Mr and Mrs. Hannigan enter- ing the Fort Davis L a d i e s' voluntarily as their replace- for release after 15 to 17
The gifts were presented int a tained with a family dinner par- Bridge and Canasta Club with ments. service and those n th
blue and pink decorated basket, ty at the Hotel Washington be- Mrs. Carroll Conner as chair- Neither can certain procure- group after 19 to 24 monl
IAter they were opened refresh- fore their daughter's departure. man. ment, research and develop- vice on current tours o
mlents were served. Also present was Miss Dorothy An. explanation of "Opera.- ent and ether technical ope. This' pln mows the rel
The buffet table was covered Hannigan of Balboa and Father tion Distaff" was given by Mirs. otllist, ach. au englWma -be same tbhousad Group 1
I1 a white and blue linen cover Francis Lynch, C. M. Henry T.. Taylor, presldei of grated ~l release. Ho w la 4. s "
Md hel4 a'ceniterpiece of a the Atlantict OoaleUll. M)a 'db1 I
b f turnede encircled with Jack RandaU, son of Mr. and lo[-"taffob tehiled an iA-e : J '
diminutive bouquets of hydran- Mrs. Jack Randall of France to the ladies to join the .D1 e 1ien a-. Bath =TWee o s
psa flowerets and pink carha- Fields, is en route to Athens, American Women's Club of po- a offT A- third gtwtpesome
tons, and fourteen pink tapers Ohio, where he will enter Ohib Ion. their tours shortened g
in crystal holders. Mrs. C. E. University. Committee Chairmen (or the W the iov exceptions, by about the same amoui
Really presided at the punch children's parties were also ap- nlActive and volunteer Reserve The A emphasized
bowl. Miss Norama Lee Van Siclen, pointed. They are as follows: officer will be relieved frOm ac- the sched does not
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Hallowe'en Mrs. James B.
The other ladies present were:; am A. Van Siclen, Jr., of Ga- Humphries, and Mrs. J. D. Par-
ira. John E. Ridge, Sr., Mrs. tun left Friday en route to son; Christmas Mrs. George
William J. Cronan, Mrs. Robert Richmond. Va., where she will W. Kennedy and Mrs. John H.
Knox, Mrs. Maxwell S. Sanders, start her senior year at R. P. I., Wiggs.
Mrs. 0. B. Welch, Mrs. Waldo a branch of the College of Wil- Mrs. Charles F. Walsh won
B. Gilley, Mrs. D. Bonneau, Mrs. 11am and Mary. She will visit the door prize of a mahogany ,
Iussell Elwell, Mrs. J. E. Erick- Mr. and Mrs. Van Siclen, Sr.. at hors d'oevres tray.
son, Mrs. Herbert Engelke, Mrs. Bayside. Long Island, and her -
Robert Rathgeber, Mrs. Ken- former roommate, M iss Pat Saddle Club Meeting
leth Marcey and Mrs. B. J. Stadler who is attending Toby- The Atlantic Saddle .Club will
lawyer. Cobern Business School in New meet at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow at
York City, before going to Rich- the Club Building. All members
lames Dorey to Enter Navy mond. are irged to attend. 't rr
Mr. Jnames Dorsey. son of Mr. Don't be- srom
td Mrs. James Dorsey of the Arrivals for Francey-Stewart
eps Area, sailed Friday en Wedding i
leate to Norfolk, Virginia. He The family of Mr. 0. Robb rapA
Mi go on active duty with the Stewart arrived by pl9 a e. Use Cuticura Soap morning a
pie States Navy as an en- Thursday from their home in night.At Seati eapplyCutic
IIan. Mr. Dorsey has been spend- Amsterdam, New York, to bel Oitmentaudleaveonovernig
Sa month's vacation with his present for his wedding which p Oirzita lve onovernin 7
parents. He is a graduate of will take place Monday. See aming results in 7 da
ngWs Point Merchant Marine The visitors include: Mrs. pBU wY ieut t p and Oi
Academy, and has been em- Bertha Campbell, his grand- nt todq".
loed as third officer by the mother, and his mother, Mrs.
L Itne. Mildred Stewart and brother, ,
Mr. Hugh Stewart. The ladles -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson are stopping at the Hotel Wash-
Visiting on Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson. A
knd son, Jackie, former resid-
ents of Gatun, arrived from Ve- The women's health class of .
Senuela. during the past week the Balboa Armed Services
and were the houseguests of Mr. YMCA-USO will resume its ac- WSVIIWq 1
nad Mrs. Percy Lawrance of Ga- tivities on Tuesday at 9:30Tr. m.,
un. meeting on Tuesday and Thurs-
day mornings with a program
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Swearingen of calisthenics, volleyball and Don't woory uso.
Iave a dinner party at their swimming
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It. Fowler was
iw defense mobiliser
.ending President Tr.'-
ling search for a chief Of
.baredness program.
-year-old Roanoke, VL.,
M specialist will fill th ant1A-
y7 treated last spring wihte
). Wilson resigned in a
Sper steel prices.
It. Steelman, assistant to
asident, had stepped in asited a"
obilizer to handle the niftiN : ht
crisis, which finally d0efta
In July. the t
officials who figured AO IId ]
htlly in the steel dispute Tru MS
it replaced previously. At & tf l 6dwer
14NM Cox succeeded Nf- said short pl ued thme
ttnaislnger as chairman mobfleatdp[a-' tIn early
Wage Stabilization Board days. are be.
btjTighe E. Woods was ut hle A .d the ationW hat
It i week as price sta- not yet ah Ve te milzatitm
eaing Ellis Arnall. base-o lfit la ad
Wite Stabilizer Roger L. plant fMAt Would id
.n the only member of needed I 6 i uldait Uwar.
I o ----- Mr. BtelmanrwU
rmal release date of any Whue Hois.S
who is due for release WhiteHouSto
the dates indicated, un- work matt eriem -
can be replaced earlier Ing months .
ow planned. Fowler wrote the P dent
schedule does insure that that for personu6 reason Will
icer eligible for release be unable to stay oin as defense


under this plan Will not be re-
tained involuntarily beyond the
release date specified for his
group.


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A'8 CLU who graduated with the Class
TO 8 R MB. UBYOLD of 195 from Balboa High School
and has since been attending
Th* 1mnt meeting of the Balboa Woman's Club will be a the Monterey Junior College in
tei honheorof Mrs. John S. Seybold, the wife of the Gov- California. David w ill enter
raer of the Canal Zone, on Wednesday Sept. 10, from 3:0 Montana State University for
to 5:1 p.m. at the Jewish Welfare Board Oenter on La Boes his junior year m the College
ea*. of Engineering. During this past
S- summer he was employed as a
governor i Mrs. Boybold Miss Lowry To Be student engineer by the Bureau
Wan"tela ,- Gues lt oiost of Reclamation In California.
'the Governor of the Canal Miss Dolores Lowry, daughter The Donadons also visited
Zone, Brigadier General John of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lowry of two of his sisters In California,
8. Beybola and Mrs. deybold Ganiboa, will be guest soloist her mother in Nova Scotia, Can-
have issued Invitations tor a Sunday morning at the Gamboa Kada, and their daughter, Miss
dinner to be given this evening Union Church. M lDonaldson in Billings,
ft the GoVernor's Resaidence In Miss.Lowry is spending a brief M66tana-s well as other rela-
honor of Mr. Karl Bendetsen, vacation with her family before ties in the New England states.
Under-Becretary of the Army. returning to collegein Ann attended the Adirondack Wood
Arbor, Michigan.
Judge Crowe Honored by The Reverend Raymond A. craft Camps in Old Forge, New
Bar-Association Gray, minister of the Church, months, returned t the Isth-
Members of the Canal Zone has extended an invitation to reotuedSthe S Panama th
Bar Association entertained on the public to attend the service mus on the S. S. Panama.
Thursday evening in the Yern which will begin at 1:30 a.m. Rosary Altar Society
Room oz the Howl Tivoll with A lntcoments
a reception-buffet in honor ot Capalbos to Live in nnounceme f the Rnsat Altar
Judge Guthrle F. Crowe who Dayton, Ohio Members of the Rosay Altar
Society of St. Mary's Church
arrived recently on the Isthmus Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Capalbo, will receive communion in a
to assume his present position, former resident of Pedro Ml-ody at the 8:00 am. Ma o
Among the twenty five guests guel, have resigned their posi- body at the 8:00 am. Mass on
present were the Executive Sec- tons on the Canal Zone and Sunday.
retary of the Canal Zone, Eu- will reside in Dayton, O h io, The regular meeting of the
gene C. Lombard; the U. 8. where Mr. Capalbo will attend Society will be held after No-
District Attorney, Rowianu k. the University of Dayton. Mrs. vena on Monday evening n St.
Hazard; Clerk of U. S. District Capalbo is the. former Joan Po- Mary's Hall.
Court, C. T. McCormick, Jr.,; well, and her husband was one _______ ____
Chief Deputy U. S. Marshal, Pe- of the local star basket ball
ter H. Brennan; and the Dis- players. C
strict Legal Officer of Fifteenth --- l
Naval District, Commander 0. All Star Circle IMeets .
M. Fisher, U. S. N. Members of the All Star Cir- "MOO
cle met on Wednesday at the to I
Scottish Rite Temple for a no-. to ro
Fresdent-Elect and Mrs. Remon host, covered-d ish luncheon on "A that wo:
Return Here which followed by a business
President-Elect of the Repub- meeting and a social hour. Claudetti
lHe of Panama, Colonel Jose An- Visitors attending included The Panama Area damage
tonio Reiton and Mrs. Remon, Mrs. Myrtle Sander, Mrs. Olga control school at Fort Amador leron, ril
with their party, returned to Roe, Mrs. Ruth Egolf, and Miss held its46th graduation yester- in he f
the Isthmus Thursday night by Lyndall Sellens. day. The class of 33 students i nthe
plane from an official visit Members present were Mrs. had the distinction of earning driving
which took them to Nicaragua, Coreen Mornhinweg, Mrs. Ruth one of the highest averages
and El Salvador. Straus, Mrs. Mary Snow, Mrs. since the school's inception. an auto
--. Edith Voss, Mrs. Rena Havey, Col. G. R. Oglesby, chemical
Ambuassadr and Mrs. Wiley Mrs. Nina Pickett, Mrs Harriet officer USARCARIB and com-
'Return from U. S. Powell Mrs. K therine Sellens, mandant of the school, said the
The Ambassador of the united Mrs. Race Pricks, Mrs. Edith class is one of the best ever
states to Panama and Mrs. John Eppley, Mrs. Laura Davis, Mrs. taught there.
Cooper Wiley returned to Pan- Cella Currie, Mrs. Ethel Clarke,
ma early this morning from a Mrs. Grace Brundage, Mrs. Dor- Honor graduate with an aver-
in the United States. Mrs. Florence Yard, Mrs. Alice was Lt. Frank W. Schmidgall, T
Burkle and Mrs. Marguerite battalion communications offl-
Dinner oenor. Engaged Couple Bouche. cer and adjutant of boat bat-
Miss W2jta Irene Arias and talon, 370th Engineer Amphibt-
Mr. Rafael Aleman, whose mar- Miss Powell leaves ous Support Regiment, Fort
riage .will be solemnized this Colorado Sherman.
evening in Cristo Rey Church, Miss Celeste Powell, daughter
were guests of honor on Wednes- of Mr. and Mrs. Bronson Powell Also among the graduates was GRA
day evening at a dinner given of Pedro Miguel, left Thursday Marine S/Sgt. Charles T. Cof-
by Mr. and Mrs. Jalme Ortega. morning by plane for Fort Col- fin with a score of 96. EDi
-g lines; Colorado where she will The school is open to officers MA
News of Former Residento enter her second year at Colo- and enlisted men of all branches "DMA
Word 'was received recently rado A. &S M. of service, and to civilian per- DUK
at Headquarters Fifteenth Na- Miss Powell was active in sonnel of the Canal Zone. A ROS
val District that Commander participating In school activities three-week course of study is
and Mrs. AAthr M. Purdy have during her freshman year and conducted on chemical. blo-
a new addlUn to' their family, has been chosen as a cheer lead- logical, and radiological defense. SUR
zunnah Lloyd, born oh August er for the coming season and Capt. George W. Patterson
"Spurs." a sophomore honorary District, was guest speaker 2
Common ,,a u1 won s Oper- Society........ graduate e .pi ke J 2
during the boa
b- 1951f ; was elected as most
Private and Mrs. Henry Lee outstanding student of the .Ca -
Phillips, bf Fort Knox, Kentuc- nal Zone In the Elks contest; I
ky, announce the birth of a son, and placed high in the Nation-
Henry Lee Phillipe, Jr., born on al contest for which she was ..i..t t.
fleptmber 1. awarded a $100.00 war bond. 7
Mrs. Phtillps is the former D
Ann Howse, daughter of Briga- Vacationers Return to Isthmus 6A0di cA
dier General and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Donald- 60A
L. Howse of Fort Knox, Ken- son of Ancon returned recently THdE
tucky, by plane from a vacation of Writing from his airline's -
'The paternl grandparents are two months spent in the United headquarters in Dallas, Texas, We are
Mr. and -Mrs. Lanoen Phillips of States. President T E. Braniff has We e
Ancon. They visited their son, David, reacted a letter of appreciation
t to Minister of Agriculture, Com-
r. ,, merce and Industry Jer6nimo
Almillltegul for the later's re-
A f,,"n -cent commendation of the air- _
line's efforts bring tourist busi-
Are you a Unitarian ne to the Republic ofPana-

without knowing it? 1 want to thank you for the
very fine compliments you paid
1. Do you believe the Bible to be an inspiring religious Braniff Airways and Mr. Wil-
document rather than the literal "word of God"? liam Taylor at the recent meet-
Iag of the Central Organization
2. Do you believe that man is not condemned by the Committee for the "Month of
doctrine of "original sin," but is inherently capable Tourism." I sincerely appre-
of improvement? ciate your kind words.
3. Do you believe the development of character to be "You will be interested to
know that currently we are en-
more important than the adopting of religious deavor to develop a second
oreeds? Bromfield Tour. We plan to in-
elude prominent industrialists
4. Do you believe the purpose of religion is to help and manufacturers, as well' as
us live thief life nobly and constructively, rather agriculturists, on this tour. Her-
than to emphasize the preparation for an after- a radio station Fin es Moinesf
puxistence? Iowa, will be visiting your coun-
The Unitarian answers are affirmative. Join with th intbr w a group ofr s
other religious liberals who insist upon individual "I can amure Req that a.1 of
freedom of belief and use of reason in religion. our futum to W e Will eim.
WE INVITfE YOU to join our service of worship Lcountn Ami
this Sunday morning at 1l:30 at the J.W.B. "I also want to take this op-
Armed Force.s Center, La Boca Road, Balboa; wonderful reception the officials
or Sunday evening at 7:45 at the Margarita of your government have Riven
y.~ our passengers. All of the tour-
ym Istas we have sent to your fine
Sermon Tepie: "Our Dependence on Others." nothing y but the highest prdse.
Tuae In HOG Monday evening. at 7:4. We win continue to do every-
Sthing we can to promote tour-
ism in Panama."


"TBEBR 15 A HELL TO SHUN AND A HEAVEN TO GAIN"

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Height, 'C. L
9:30 a.m.-Bible School (Clsses for all ages)
10:45 a.m.-"Jewish Tradition and the Lord's Supper"
BMdas 12:1--1.


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ChlM'sa Chapel (aes -11)
6:30 p p Trasning Udil
7:30 p.m.-"Five Mst important Facts of Lfe."
cO. g-s.
I. Seeby--lpeaklin. So' ft lmM--mO--
M*rOmuD WL- COmEc nS a
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O" RIDERS Two 17-year-old southern bellbs are out
to a group of doubtful males in Washfigton, 1. .C.
men drivers aren't as bad as the men say they are.
e Westerfield, left, of Metndenhall, Miss., and Gay Hol-
ght, are the only two girls competing against 33 boys
first national teen-age "Roadeo" contest Which tests
skill and safety on the road. The girls, above, try
trainer used in the tests while Delain Reynolds of
Rodinson, 1l., looks on.


,wou Mrs. Browenb pa]
uey couldn't hate mahs.
-.tltth Mrs. Brown
nllo] mg the difference, it
S win's two young children
N e actually being 4aes ed

have no real home life
Sr.Brown went back to
with a series of baby-
Sare, after only three,
ady looking like hlil-
!dlt tlt the love and
at hidren need.
tM hl i Ulittle restraint
b. d because they are
I qetlet they are re-
assomething of a neigh-
Snuisaance.
others soon grow tired
b them continually a-
eventually take the
Ilae of "After all, why should
fate Mrs. Brown's children for
When a neighbor reaches that
poit-.-the Brown children have
lscovered one more place where
Lty don't feel wanted.
ManY of today's working mo-
thers do so out of necessity.
Those mnothers, by holding down
a fob, are doing their best for
their children.
But mothers working in order
to give their families luxuries
ought to be very sure they aren't
asking their children to pay the
cost of those extras.
It they are, then the extras
aren't worth the price.


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Featuring
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WTA NIETO
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SS MIRANDA
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Featuring
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USU FISHING IN PAbAMA
,m Know thrill of cotchingl
b iutiftil sailsh Or morllh. P-n-
dm's terms af the rt fisher-
riei's Paredise. Hotel I1 Panafem'
two boats ore dvsdlob e a hire
.:o. one day. twa.days etc., with
Siteitri charge for fishing tackle
Ftr .p#brmatlni and rates tele-
Sphone Namp '93-160M and esk


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ddo will be received in the office
eI the Ga,.rei. Ona 'r ComiM-
t uAtL3 00 O'tck pl wl Tdusdoy,
terr.ber 16, 1952, for the pur-
os of I l'p.rt j 30 tops of
tAGEe 4 d 0 0wnd
rl sock, nvltatt bids,
with full particulars,- may be oh-
tied frwn the office of the
General M er, Commnissry Di-
vision. at W2Hee, C. ..
S- PANANM CAAL COMPANY
gOPIt CAiiNS FOrAk SA
" hSled btll for mnnln In public,
Wll be. received urittl 1010 A. M.,
pten 2 )195, foa Castings,
sw .,, _Mm t .w .miuStar#-
rif1-le ....ul. r No. 23
ayb.-flf Iifl office of
rptnin { prt UM0uses2, Bal-
hUt toeiukme 2p17~y .


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FOR SAL ---Le;ol O ntry, "Jouse
1.40. Coarn 2. La oc.

1Caofl Pilots
(Centianed trem Page 1)
m e, for the pilots and C.
a. arson, former mayor of
tl2tlanLOrego, sitting as a
Siutral authority On maritime

2, leal individual pilots con-
Seated fry *leisama AMerii-
s a e day dOs unted-the mlas
_*; ftat thw wa ensideMe
=a, 41tfaeUt among the pi-
1 -
Another source said that as
many pD(let are officers In the
r4ta&l reserve. -sam tudy has
a, ee. given to tle Idea of calling
.tem tb active duty and assign-


I The ai bees tudy-
Ing plans f rspd rearunient
of replacements. it was under.
atood Ind has given some eon-
Slderatien to lowering the pre-
Ment.stringent requirements ne-
ScMsary to aqHftv an a pilot en-
traated with putting shalpas


t AwftSDA i kuz
STMWr9w At SDA Chur
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FOR SALI
fusehold
FOR1 SALt: New h 1-2 Cu. Pt
L0 n E refrigerator, 60 cycle,
used 6 months, $235. Call 8U6
4260 7 a, m. to 3:30 p. vil.
Mohdby, fhru Friday. May be
Seen t Qtrs. 0257, Apt. A, Gaem
boo.
FOR SALE:-9 venetian blilds, vrl-
ai sizes, $2.00 eaeh. Houe 875
Maorgn Avenue, Balou.
FOR SALE:-Guaranteed used refril
girators and stoves. Goad shape.
Low prices. Silen Sirvice Shop, No.
2. 281h St., Calldonlao.
FOR SALE: Slrrimwm three piee
upholstwed Ilvingroom set. MeX
hogany confer tables. Reasonable.
No. 18. 50th Street Apt. 2.
FOR SALE:--Rpttan livlngroom Of.
Wedgewood ,gas range. Kenrilte
washer, Telephone Panama 3-
4260.
FOR SALE:.-Owner leaving. 2 cribs.
like w, perfect condition. $85
and !25. "C" street No. 55. (EI
Cangrelo." Tel. 3-3335. Ponaito.
FOR SALE :-60 cycle Hotpoint auto-
rriatic washer. Perfect condition.
$125. Tel. Albrook 3130.
Position Offered -
WVANTED: Ameren Company
teeds i tflenced 4nghish-Sonish
Stonograpl*f. Wrre to Aportodo
155 Panama, sending small pho-
to rOa stating oaga and e pe-

Wonted Position
English stmnograptoh with knowledge
of SpasiIsh offers services for full
or part tine work. P. 0. Ban,
No 387, Ancen, C. Z.
-. ,t~ FOUND
'1.t05 i f*ipphire between
j r'HeIghts ind Admitistra-
tion Building. Reward. Call Bol-
boo 4478.
FOUND:- Medollon U. S. S. Missou-
ri, 'with *A key. Telephone P.A.p.
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PIWWgrlU't di '/1 HP, .1725
RWW, 25 cyci d eleeffic motie, for
mmMhine Call
or -l662,

"Ings and, met-
t ,esa, -" L "Itone Panama
--94 I- from 9:00 a. m. a 12
m and from 2 pPp. n. to 6.00
P. m..
Air. Fprce officer desires furnished 3
bedroom house or cholet, prefer-
Obly in Bella Vista or El Congrejo
areas. Phone 66-4215 or 86-
2138, Mgjor Roth.
WANTED:-By single lady furnished
one bedroom apartment ner U. S.
Embassy. Cell Hotel Tivoli. room
307.





KANSAS CITY t (UP
The odds .are 1,710,000 to one
that t wont won'lshappen but it did,
th Arnry new service reports.
Tw A y Stgnal Courp ROTC
cadets an identlcal twin, even
to their finger-prints. The Fed-
oral 4 I46a t -. Iaestlgation
found fletr tlnger-praita nearer
alike than ny O record.
Th sun t t was

Vw1ai Siam to
Lubbock. 'ex. 1poe depart-
ntent for the customary 1p-
eneasapment flnger-printlg.
The officer In charge t d
their finger-printa MIt l
and several -of their fingers
shaped almost exactly aike.
"Attagmh we have records of
this hAvl tM I if ew
prior h Sale flner-toInts er o ner
ia c _. af i.. _y a ,
ever seen," t officer id.,
"Theae boys. have the ia e
primary and secondary f4ot
print'patteMn4' r
doesn't stop .
are of the same S`W Md
and body 4 uimu sk Beow


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FOR ALEA.-Uaid tires, passenger
& cemmeralal Agenclas Cosmps.
on Autom= 162ow No. 29, tele-
pl 2.44'721.
FOR SALE.-1949 Frazer. Excellent
bndltiO, tires, 5 rew white
wdll, alt accessories, $850. Phone
Pedro MI uel 4-576.
FOR SALE--1949 Crevrolet 4-door
Sedmn, $1,100.00. Phone 5-169.
Hbuae 124-A, Getun.


FOR SALE1-1951 Ford V8 Tudor,
Custom, white sledwall. Navy
3505, Qtre. 38-A, Forfon.
FOR SALE-1948 Buick convertible.
side walls, radio, spot lights, and
many extras full. Price B.995.00.
Finance available. Eisenman Ca-
rros Usados, Ave. Peru No. 8. Tel.
2-4516.


FOR SALE:-1940 Ford 4-door se-
dan, mechanlcally sound, good
tires, upholstery, $375.00. 1939
Plymouth 4-door sedan, excellent
paint job. $515.00; 136 Ford 85-
HP engine, excellent condition
$45.00; 1940 Studebaker 4-door
Sedan, solid oat, $195.00; 1941
Chevrolet I 2 ton Truck. Very
good condition throughout, $750.-
00. 1938-40 Ford radio. Agenlda
Panamo.t9res. Call "Q' No. 27,
Tot. 2-6. Poanaomi


FOR SALE:-Chevrolet auto rodlo,
'b6eat copiposp. code practice set,
riCird. lgyTf, table model radeo,
console radio mineral Detector,
Speed Graphkic cmero. Phone Bal-
boa 2692, Hoase 0431 Apt. J,
Anion.


FOR SALE:---r trade '49 Mercury
in goo dcondtIlon, for older model
car, also a new set of Eneycdo-
die juSt reSeived- from the
States. Cost $99.50, will se for
$75.00 6r best offer. Cell or pe
Cr o mm 5 Apff C Dior
"bc or .92-.&64 Dmb t.
FOR7SALL-.MLaN 50 ,wc& tivie
Super, blue, dynaflw., al occes*
series. Phone Navy 3673.
FOR SALE:- I1950 Buick 2 door with
extreme $1,600. Finance with $555
down. Come sed a cleaOn car. Ales
1947 and 1948 Ford tudoft. Home
2013-6 Curundu or phone 6159.
FOR SALE.-951 Ford convertible.
15,000 miles, ridlq gol d tires
and top. Phone 86-4I"9 or 2ZI
Albrok A.F.B. Can be financed.
FOR SALE:-1950 tme Door Super
Buick, wtelHent condition. Tele-
phone Betlbo 1509.
FOR UEM-142 PFekA'wd. 4 ear
Sedan, Good cndoMn. $350.00.
Paraiso, C. Z. 103, Apt. H, Tel.
4-268.
FOR SALE: 1950 Iuk 4 Doer.
Dynoflow, easily financed. 522,3,
Curundu Heights, 4-6 p. r.

BOAC Passengers
Served. On Wooden
Trays 150 YrW. Old.
MONTREAL -CW)-In this
modern air era, the Britlih
Overseas AIrwye Corporatleo
has introd0ed J something dis.
tinctively C nadan. that dates
back 150 years.
It's the trays on which they
serve food to wM nSerq Theyre
made of Canadian rock elms
felled at the beginning thf e
10th century.
The wood was taken even-
tually to England where It was
aunk Into Ute bed of the Rive
Thmu esto reinforce the pUileof
Waterloo Bridge.
For 76 yeArs the wood rea
ed under water. Dur
time, the action of lime,
nd md m change It ntos m
coMPlexion of White to a beM,
iuam s&iver gray.
. When the bridge was de-
Amlid In 1IM., the retracted
pel-woere found to be In ex-


Enough To Confuses
P Honest Bandit
M -M, mO. W_-y
3 -`e unprmdentablt mMhtf
wali--m.in a 7L'40 boldup 4d a
jpotnt ] MOU


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TO RENT'--H6uie In CsWWettcut for
3 months, Jan. tY, Ap5, TS, 6
room house, furnrdshia oll heat.
Residential section, close to city
ond churches. $1S0 o Mttlh., Rfe
ferences exchaond. nx 208, Bal-
boa Heights, I. Z.


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FOR RENT:--n CollA, o1lmbfo, for
two months, beautiful furnished
home, all conveniences, in Son
Fernando section. 400 peeos &
month. Write Neville, Calle 12
- No. 2-29, Coli.


ALHAMUA APA*VMtU
Two end five roOm fna ished end
unfurnished a krtments; privoe a f-
closed garden. 3f10, 101h Streb,
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
_=- 1-'_..1386.


FOR RENT:'- Unfurnished apart-
ment, 2 bedrooms, Hvlngeeom, din-
Ingroom, bathroom. kitchen, gar-
age maid's room. East 51st St.
No. 20, corner of Federico Boyd
Ave. Apely u0trtor. I
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart*
meant, 61 Ricardeo MIr, Vista Her-
nos. Cheopi, $45.00. Tel 2-2346
or 3-OUSO;

FORRLENT

FOR REW:-I.r M N *OR4i
goragf for singa mef wA gsd
references. No. 2-A, 43 E&t 1t.
oppositee Belle Vista Theter).
InfarInetifl femom 12 noon to I p.



BIM ~lMotor.
FO$ -$AL8 -- S Fishing Boot
0*SklE'x'8 1-2'x 12'.
A- Ic ro b4 Completely oua~t..
red. teady to See 'Eddy' et
Beloo Yoloht .or coal Forge,
son. Homr.E 2954, offlc
V.--
FrSd U, Jr.'s

BoAt e oeton

At CZ Mseum


inhibits which bracket SW
ye1 of ithmlan life are DO
n G n the Canal EZoe
Munt -LI ia the loby of
the CO Aivil n t DNbil do
OaUitad au. Both ahbfts
m win M troughout lhe
month.
The &us beated in the frost
side at largee lghttd
loan a smtumbPfm
ima. Jr. L of the Ibol
which wem fttles hby young
CruFO amd Fort &an L&-
rewaUM yet aM.
though amh. rpne Fort 81 La-
m a Iatlist -00 years em
a an re Somparative*
50* to Can
this Rroap is t
d..9 p bottle dissepred
ote ow prt of the
teal dm attom of the
Yf ?to MeMuemus. In addl-
te to his bottle collection. 811
ha Ro E other Items whlch
WreW is" the I tbmn I
Aa Mong the M I
and UN 3W though to be the
Odst to ever found I np-
jII'mm .
a 0i other side of thit emae
OW t he rMtaurant umeante
I *f thandicraft ie
00e Or QI Zone chldrw in
4 b"* >y the sw
.inPt m tlrliY. CflOF
I. afij* -,
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REMOVABLE ALUM INM
SC03 FRAMES
Note' iM o Mt Sad Wft
1. 3I fl% p,0 the
Cany I h-a

cfeaning4 Dgijjt house-
4. Frpme Aisever rusts, rots or
needs OinUttn.
5. Sereen egsy replaced at
fraction atof usual cot.
6. AdmnIts more ir and light.


PANAMA HOM ERS, INC.

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MODIN. FURMNTURE

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5li-.lewareel US.A. (VOA)

TMIAIR
i S-i4Od Neighbors
g:a-btudio Veodids
10:W-IA. th Tempo of Jan
n:go-Met the Uand
1oo :0-NATJOKAL LO'TrY
:6-.Tbhe Stared Heart Pr-
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12:ft--nvltatlon to Learnitg
(VOA)
12:30-Salt Lake Tabernable
Oe8ir
1:-TJe o Stafford 8 ow
1:1The ChorasM"
1.-Rev. Albeut Steer
:00-D r a .and SymaeaMy
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4:30-Wat's Your Favorite
6:00-Univerity Theater (VOA)
7:00'-Mus t(VMOA)
7:46-News *0.t Afies



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11g: 0-gaOf4


r Department healing -on wa-
ty to der mum
sa raised.


groups have


hour, be blfl
In plants bhv
tn governat


The frtn, Jor trade as-
sociation industry,
ch a B sm m 19y o f L a b o r
aurwi J- S-lnuruct the
heardla ai the law and de-
fine its 4 ,
"We will not urge that wages
at any poat are too high and
should be ameMd, or that they
are high aflgah and should be
held wMtostwy are," an ACMI
statement -U.
"Likewise we will not urge that
wafge at apW point are too low
and dsheM be raised.
"Ou whale conception Is that
this heitbig has no purpose ex-
cept to lade and determine
what minimum wages are la
fact betorpaid and what mine
um wages prevail In the leosa-
ties where textile manufacturing
la carried on."

IMCZS NEWS
Daniel T. ouster, orderly
neighborhood commbdosler df
Silver City, Internatliahl Bog
Scouts of the Canaml amS, ha
been a pofitedeA u mAtit
sioner of the Atlantic dte lt
and Cubmaster W msta FPI-t
of Troop No. 3. GOt;, was
to r. a t-

These ppotmeit were
made by Iost tetttie Ray-
mond Oag a itetert of
been a mrked e in ub
membesibW


THE PANAMA


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A Troop court of honor, high-
ed a pot luck pp held
fla evenp by Tro l

seou f es thelr iA, t =
The court of honor comieoe I.'$
at ]Pn. and featured a colou ,uf '
candle-Nightg ceremony. A-
wards iere made to 11 scouts. N. S
H. PD acting comm
eh rfa ta Ie anee eb e of *. 1. I t. h _
X6ton, ,rwhoted advancement
AwAr the following outs:.
tenderfoo Louis Bateman; Mseo-
ond clas, George Barbler, Louisa
earlier, JaMn Kinter, Edwi en
lKugle', Mb Linfors, Normas eP- a.. ma,
derson; nd iexplorer Apprentice, who .
Charles .ahley Merit badge a- who i"S
wards ware made to first elass
stout Imeld Gallagher ad ro
somtmastft H. Jackson. One- -
ea service 0 were presented Uamt
to Edwo Kugr and Mohad
h .addition to advancement a- a
waeds bing presented, a minia- Sa
tM pin, resembling each ad- no-.
vncement award, was presented 4
to the mother of each of the
scouts being advanced.
Announcement was made to s
the Troop that the Cam5 sfte 7T a
had accepted the local cowAoll's .
recruiting mortgage, which isO
schedluled to be liquidated by L
Dec. 31. This morage has been
imposed in oInnao1on wit the J
national seot theme, "Forward !it SP
on Liberty's Team,"a3 and -N re
the recruiting of nine new trlop
B m eai op IT of IFort _.
Clayfe quaw" for mrs; Unb t
erty Bell Blomt of thsf

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and Robed D.'Ilteu.
Is to a Liberty
award wo qual programI
twoop axe an awat&
Iintal s ,l.ush ip.
setu to-'y.p 17 ae Boy U
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TH*IMIAN CHURCH NOTICES t
BT RED tr OnOtrct to MGM Stae ibi.
l.NO. U ...uat a m e fuilewS aI e reasonable eh
aChmrchs.a t hemoiy tiM te Ctt don bZee ras h the ta lo l tual
coe o f Panam eled Cbole, Republic at Pianam, exted a welm e HOLLYWOOD, ...- To. dt
gaigni inun st al t"is so mtn andwomen eo the ermed services,. en t cn i tolvis a 1w*4 -ia f yd the end LmylBSea- hnins upea
W ArStn, wighl m, M riaedand wrrngemrs. widtt director lion on television rep, ol tou ainkr&
Noma A a ma As a piMbli avie the The Pname American IMs ol., by m Stehed new a. d as ink ri 1 d
e aeminoMft notice of oun of wonrhip end other "tw oMls an aInedd. a es and Ho od away. Nt3 2
7 0SSyn vera moi sermon Liingst em melted from time to time. Den ees ihavi -that I had been rushed to a hoa- me the m
S1`rnnCOlr HUsM only one or two oeven sef"onsan l Ibtoed undoe "Oth1. Churches And St pital. S the world
Pred A services." A special mWimp i Iluided fe orWi Ar p S There was some truth It night show .
CulSn, a.P Ae Faere beom end Novel staietL. o those stotiS, but m
E orama' Pratt. MtSer i Mintesn, ,church se rterl eand chaplain arm asked to e w y own de, t r A GENTLE LIO
o is-*..M.ornmin Service and Hloly ,..m ne desk by Wedn an of the let .*ny hngforwas my no bdetta.r Wdt t L G TLE LION

W d et teand really t t bu- de etemet a net hnd. k w
p se Catholic Episcopal add
Young Peoples. Service to. t- 011 tpsa bod swye hw n ahospital. of thr
(SLi edbelow are U se L.atholuc Churches ANCONt i. Ig Television Is a gl8 furnace. It Mlin- eIn cooperating vi wie 31
e-Mn rn the Canal Zone and thase n the ter. THE CATHFDRAL Oh LUKB devours material and comedians in il media o enater.o
Sl mnl-MorningeSerstce. miss] ciiesof Panama and Colon whom SUNDAYSit h e uam b t
Sivicaswil1 als be held each even*, .nolna a tm LeP rtarClyEn 5H ACmmunion ......... 7:30 ami 1 5 .... WIth the enthusiasm of a blast me rnt at Is supposed to be the
uing Holy eek. Monday to Thurs- kng Blde these, the Call Church School and Adult .. e eating up on oe. Aft movie' mel been no -
Pam C3; the Cathedral of the Im- Bible Class ...... ...... 930 am U U ... ..... wee before he V cameras n orto sensa don
:00C.ol UrB church ID both elItllkwe]. First Sunday of the Month .... Can honestly say that for the
Ciy. C.. come b spkn vialtor. to Holy Communion and Ser- su... ..... time in my Ufe I've found 're d iSver that Lee Is a
a t 8:3a 06110 I s asola nsar rmnn a n *on 10 .. ..*..... SE put how utterly exhausted a hu- i t tlll SK
'VMM.U s LNe 8.L. "er +o o S, m- non ....................... 0m ....."........... t ho ur ttef rly e t h austaed ahu oty im o.. .d..1.0 4
*soft 7 moo in. Peavey mee.ing Evening PraWar and Sernon 7:00 p.m. Mihty' a Bu d add up46os,
WEDNESDAY and Holy Days g. .an being can become. Tuis tont
9P. MAS ll. ^ kol Communion .......g.. .: :":"" m yn baein p can beo m e.s n' d a up S S 3
msa~l. ........:4 aiomuno.....30 am A whliwAActors with whom I've trouped confession that comildlans ought
S............. :oo ................. e pretty rug fields t down. On the contrary. I
se. 12:00 a m. C i UNCH o D U VIOca youth ... entertainment wonw understand was never fully satisfied withany

... .. P. nmBan A V m *e m I
1sai, 7h:a r1 10 pHo l.Da moo 5.--:o.n-:1 ,iRev. 'Meen 0 oae a f 5B. AY m Is4M1fDm y tisn o t oe shows last season. I want

CmOIs em When.pmplayed S.. .r..o.. .. ................. oM .n ole oe nig ht
Holy mo__ n mmnod_ ..ad0 or*.o ..... to improve our format and every-
11 :1 0.0lp consA. p maf ithngsIntT ri Woot a..............d:9t s n bulese, I ure h e t Ihae f trd a --Oh
I a Prautaiaul Veu u wIs tareculous Medal Novena-Monday at V151 People's"9meom Service o420zORt town, checked In at a theatrical ier way to do it by putting our 4n Ti
r= ankst eli UbageRosary evening at :00Wedesday CoMulon sr om ing. house, sent out ma laun- show on f ilm. 4t
i .. r. w l ,..~-.-. -. --- H.Co n st a i e98 .0P ................... AN ry, h ow d "
WLAN 'nr^TIC. BID sWtDlEKi nT WedCesday _ri, a dy 140m.s howe u2p, at thtt theater an 4o 0--y
"Ane ACHouse Pueerar u osoM anyou...................r before the matinee, put on It will be leas of strain, a-d
.S I aves. .. ..nda Mama. 1:: e S so a. u .. ........... my mand kand t with the a
Hol y1auye:urc M. "-. .u... h.r ..a m y. m u u. S t l" n".p ,- ,h .
Youn 's 'rride, y--?: 5:_0 p.m.. h. e ReS Richard UD;:d. ;...... .. b audg evtIn lle even easier. An my Sunday nights after .each( OAt
Sacred Heart Devolons-Friday at 700 Resident Minister. b re a w n hsat show with my wife and children, ,
i _wnam r. Graham Parlor 1 .1ny .mm Lunionm 0a ;. ......... ...... Se would break I his set out instead ofy a hospital room. 1
S-. rsuna Scl n u s a. 8.e....... :o an eso $own and, after several weeks ta s k m
H ernd.t o E. HP5I ST. ,A, Morning Prayer and Sermon 10:4 u.m. suanJ roese Beea lf refuln plhlllat ws Syme peop om1 tht I
HC tirems unday In 1s. Du Mm ................... of careful pol should Ive ap some of my actul
ne l Su. 9 30 a' Women's Auxiliary Sad = yudys at un Ma.- s 700 '1:45 and 11:45 and never again altered The TV at I can't do. Movies
Ho.Clyy.e:. 6.00 U. 7.30 p.m. U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODNMAN Story Is something ealseagain. will alway b a vita a ,_..r- /
Einade ar .CH. tar Gui.ld. th Tuesdays at 7:45 p.. Sun y MAN. ...... ...A 9:0ehproblem. H bu n will always be a vitalandpor-
emFiaste. Sunday Main: u W0 ao shw riho5haIc ta t field of entertainment for6
IlI 5:45 rd O T. sp AohN how, right from the basic uLas d the iino r. na rvelo us
S hoo aConn melon 3 30. 5:00 m. Saturday. The Yen. A. F me iAi i e .i i.. for luag blackout scene, mus l- e m ton. L to maeo
M oi a -vd m IChurch-t- Ot .P i x8.00 a. n.very Fria, M orninhg PM- ... ........T 00cM l interludes and the t e of l stalsten to radio an
oIi t. e.ow .s ip Su d- an da sK o m. --0o Ao... ..............r I gevuest acts-as well a as timing, t, a nd' ig o r T
SHoly bay. 6:30 s ..- o Friday ...................... 1 0 eingand spotting routines- It a Wonderful world of sat ho
A1Co111oatoI E wrys-:1. 1:41 p in :ATLANTIC ernbecomes theresponsibility of the s n and I want to stay in it


azRacw. MHT. Show. odf os O Brx o ~KJ M Ba w s 3Ch urhProestaln. so-called estar.lo a thr ae. o w


ev3 tuof ald.' H. S hwah e sar dnu.dm, and 8.r- Aa CShuc h SORT DAVIS t be S LE te COc c o T A
d. Sen lo St d.y at 00 pm a. Rev Lemuel Shila. Pret RT i A added to this Is the job of co- r g a th pp o
._49 m.--.hurcb Office .-..36 Catechism Classem. unday-10:20. 11:30 Hol. y 4u om ......... A vam. PrORTsu ..WoL i Srie....$ ordination all the activities of to go to a th ter to see amyp
S w. school. ree bus se rvice, Sund y r.............0 .i SSoo .................. every department concerned with t ndi he
WinS' toryH vm. elEveip Pray.e. ..rnibble.Itput ta..gthe so w of the air -
,, hoS n r s'ellw ahl Y :I-LLD.n Wo e'1u0s ... ...A..&atngleunsy h.h..e- tss co se and Invite me Into their lv-
ME o .D : ..ght... :am..............Ilelghtng, camera ang e l ,setca




S -uelons ae NAVAL STATIONS tumes rehear als and even thrue the atrohoas
y Ray.on Grey. oM .ser Pi*....... _.. a -w ...s' C lDaM.. s.................435 MetreH e Y O d et l r n













angmt me CflrtUs ont ms'. gubly- -sO'p, H-D, at --- It serwless Ce--er I e t ntlr c a Ahort I-
Nov. Ra .o A 7Gro 4S pm" Mc oo. M,,l ,--.W% ,b w.0 YOU B* JL I-._J^ I
Schoo. Hoy Days: 6:00. 5:30. i. m mm .m.-UTm CgmA 4-B. A comedy show must, of course, C s Tmoa y














Sunday MaaOne 6:00. : m:Re Lemueb o Comm aney r urnthe0.10 b by to be a -m
n jo aor shp. C a--mon, l S. _turd E 01.0 .a-rm. anli mc -j R It and 1 F o.................s .e e d me w rh in tr ae l. e l
4. 5 a .. 10am Ma-Hoing Pns rair ie meChueb ru as That's the Job of the writers nbutawe







InA Gray as Stated Pas- StforeHoly Days.IM 1 0 0. Sch ool. w n aonru WAcihxn*mbgin- wi
.. ,MM d M G,+ -, uM o ri :-7 .0.l0via.._ ..A. A 6 ..I n o: nohB 12ti shoom w1111111, N n ......... .... .ny. ctor,,whcall himslf I
R a e y en.pa n."AllT a ny co wo calls h h aThe Sunday schedule of ca n-
'SIt LAt SALLR pis.... Pi w i"'l m a r ,



SiT. JOUBAT ST LC tst -ASs. Snl Musth provide .the Incentive unon ser vices at St Petem



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'.. "_m rI- a a bt ... n.,, _ri. a.a.y. MlmtzIuauve mtro _u i i e1 mi he. k. twa. e
mvJan o l.e sy um :9 1. tr i a si s r cus nV eat Wahsa-t pw ,wh........... &eue --
a hou ,ar W. sqepethe Vtb -~ rrhN be a oeetin, r as
Gaun." A s a. rum n I i a us. toronecelebrar-g1*


ss---e .ty.rtm._ Sha M ;an0 mas. H :s 11a:ye-- --- a..-aSw epan .dt.. oe.ttren.. Ie
*esit'7,ml r.!. -II-................... 1w.m,.reh- reatU a-rmn StateSr SM ra.wa eew lgi









PH. ._ __ .H i -- --/A VMI ..i i sama "iit "eHemusber .. ... /
saSot aasear evey Revenin s ep aytyt andl s.t! Og Inhthne& a w"thisV gales at eoroent In b ckhot
Re8. H..T. S m-tius00A4qui. a -imaj fac.m ucht __ mot,-i
e ae-Td t COCO -..- R E e AoarIhee b-11ditheobetebappenAtIbe...Meeting.hafterMta-at10






,+ a~Past or ReN WimJ.Hn.yD y :00 a. o..a Los Angeles Stmber 4.
Sand-c zone ato0u si t .e


Jggy,*g. A.. Divine I. Fn a A
aind-m r 0 i. -m. S erin ,C. R "'a"i y C. ew. _.. a .
a m uch Smview Sun. Sund MaM. a aan IrDAS Holy I m .
wam s. We*ty Ma aTurnaM 1* 0 U as 0:00 ams.M cldrM'nEucharist Sr.Tsi dThuaes
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ta Wget race a yer kgo they
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ut t t I6eifttuklly. ungb' up U
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TEAM Wen Lost Jiet.
Alendla Lam .... 7 2 .778
i"pa Madriltoa .. 7 2 .778

NaurCog ...... 5 6 .
laudId Ce fo ... N 7 .41T
16th Noval District 0 11 .000
Itmlaii1ln G imu
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.Fltgerald. 8b .. .. 2 0
'INlehlolls. c ...... 3 0
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TEAM Wed Lob Al
New ort .. I
Goleveland .. .. .
W h ... ::..i
Chbiog .. .. ... 74
Belies .. ..
St. L uis ... .. ..
Detroit ........ 44

TODAY GAMES
Chiaesg at Detrist.
St. Loais at Clevebad.
FbilamebIha at Bliftm.
Neow Yf t Wasd gtonm (N).
!ESTEltDAO 'REULTS '.
Boston .6 4
Washtson B 0 o ls2 -, 6
Kinder (4-5), aodM m.nd
Wilber.
Sanches (1-0) an Gras
New York 100 O 001-2 :
Philadelphi 000 102 3W-_ 4
Kuza (7-8), 5I-d,5gS.
Keltner .(1i-11) M edrty.
Astroth.
Night Game
Chicago .00) O 000--0 4 s
Cleveland 000 00 -3 I
Pierce Uk-ll) aMd Lollal
Sheely. .a
Wynn (1A-12) hDd Regan.
No other game
Sports
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five A 4 1 n eagi two
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MU11 'uml of Rye, New Tob
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-year-old Bro o k 1 y n
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to his life
yer, anony-
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= o i'tsays: "I'hovebet
BINsaingai on the sart
l tIhe pennant. I comniddr
s been the ma' reason
tare out of first place.
you oome Into the game t
t .4 the Peolo Ooofndi a t-
'dt, Bftnday or Monday. It wil
t last time you will ever
oW a A baM au l mound.
who has beten the Ol-
ai wsf this season, turned the
fir 69er to postal authorities.
t ep itdeean't wry hism.
Obhe players to be intiatrly
r*tseot dre Warren psuhn of
* Ia ew bby Shantz of the
a i*5dIIA's and Ralph I-.
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jaunt which wlU take five da" y5.
and four night. "I trained flvq 1630.
yei' to make the swim i w rF
don't thinkfanybody cn 1okat "
the Missssaippl for the flrs te d
trafn one week In this chl b ,la
end bme my record." P
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talgee glimulanta to stay e we l thrm o
when he made the w I h iA
hours a0id 53 oalnutes In 1i 1, Z on M1 t
AbortedO denied he will me IM
anyth. 7M atonger than "Mate" thllM,. M
,W, don't do much bet- tM '
te er 1taHat." said Henry oem- toB .
peO, a past president of the
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tralelW, oMde lonMgste I he
uaboom to a sma l rowoa@.
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am- e ivhmfl tM
A sem Argentine endurance
swimmer, Sebastian Dibr,. will
uwi with Abortondo at nk*t as
a- iido but none of the attend-
ants wilbe allow to touch him.
lbar plunged lAte the ot w a r
few mnuties after Abertondo'o -..,.
got the feel of the water which
Abertendo al the ,

arC "t1% best In the world form' blyel bu. jiw
endrance swisng.

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two team *n i on
were alme
save @1 iau top two spot,
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twem at teami.s was the

.ep Miawj had taken a
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ilhtof tia O et the Fort Robbe
te h ey put together
e f IAeItNrtea of the chanm,
11 tl tes with a 1070.
M=1 F neext with 265.
tho thn f ercomqeS1m
the S iw cut the Tro
ndt with vhe pie with a M
series a .gmpared with the 2M4
by the ArAdor team.
on the inal nighht, tE n-
SstoapeRh were unable to
mark eaistently and the oUat
coems wa the chfam po n or
the men from Fot her
In the individual racqt
getesttk the lead on the fnr
night with the highest erin ot
the play-offs. 610. M ter 6a-
ldose behind with 605 and A-
drews trailed with a 584. An-
drews closed the gap to 15
.on the second night as hetaed
a 525 to Richter's 521 and Zeleta
fell buask at oaearsle u tente-
tion.
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or he Cal night whe" Aniwa
rolled a a =ota 174. Kewra.
the second gam e sledWW deaOm
for Andrews as he tft am of
14s. whe ihtw aring a
robut 1K to all Mut Pra UP t
IndividltL awaur. Andrew. gain-
ed eight ao the Iaal game
but had ttle tor ruaner-up
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e to the nation's intercon-,. ,!-.
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timates of the damage at DENVER Colo.. Sept 8 (UP)- "I've read enoigh of our hiM- M a c a i the ex-general nik ht
Cdiell have, ranked from Gov. Adlai Stevenson last night tory to remember the shamefl roundd rles g ted this courise 0 1
0..0 .0 to 30.6000,o denounced government corrup- periods after previous wars, thq puggesng that th dance with "p alo.
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base weather office issued a that as President he would jail war. In those periods the Re- a ". of political gratitudd fo!r .t4 s4 0 1- [& .
forecast of high winds I / hours crooked federal employes--"Dem- pubMtan -Party was In power. as the way he saw t, tiAt le "
before the storm hit and sent out ocrats as well as Republicans." "That fact does not condone ed the O hoer had embraced "gr B E a 10 10-*l-"-heter
a second warning 40 to 50 min-| Opening his vote hunt in the the revelation of recent cases bf .* "whodunit" a cial and eco .I." chli.. S3 th at ?he f el d
utes before the field was whipped West, the Democratic pr.?siden- fafthlesaness And I d o con- In this i)ider the R0 '1 .f.t.. h l rt mrt waftrh area oand
by -mile-an-hour winds. tial nominee countered Republi- dor. them aL1d never will, eith r < a, med ElseobM e administration, '
& weather officer emphasized, can charges of "the mess" In the in publc lfe or private." r 'ct h edss-Ma^h ,,l e said that whtb. rthe W :l i '
how er, that It is impossible to Truman administration with an Stevenson threw back at BEla a war of tf sl" as Stevenia ntin fl p tfevteI'
forecast the occurrence of strong attack of his own against cor- enhower and his supporters the Ias frightened tponent had- "--'
gUsts. But he said It is possible ruption. oft-uttered theory that this elee- '*e Rusiman." braced these lb '.
to predict the general average of tlon year is "time for a change." tevenson was taoo 4- -had not.i
the Rusts and the velocity of a But he objected strenuously He called It an "old, tinr, et this point was 'a .- "But I do 4ty
steady wind. to Republicans who campaign meanlnglese tune" and said fI Vkade by Ea enhow W R 'ors of approval
on the corruption Issues "as If all Its revivals at election year R-vust speech befamr thge Gaard-the a wh wUse r '
The Senate committee, .con-I there wasn't a single honest intervals, "It hasn't started any ~ 'Iba eon conven IIlant anything o- lEi l tb-
gressional "watchdog" of the federal ffielal." dancing In the streets yet." t t'k eOffect thbl .first time.
defense effort, asked the Air In his speech at a "Volunteers- The Democratic nominee invit -.I4d encourage the ".Colonelt a d encourage te colonell
Force for a "hurry-up" report for-Stevenson" meeting at the'.d his opponent to make te the Iron Curtain t.~ r ormick. p'ub
an the extent of damage at Shirley-Savoy Hotel here. Stev- presidential campaign ", .-I n the side of the dei T buneo h
farewell and the precautions enson said: 'thing more than a conteIt in one over the If
taken before the storm hit. "On this subject I want to say character assassination and the -W State Department i~t a i lay. '
After studying the Air Force that corruption In public affairs merchandising and distribution Iflth view of sZenhower's I)el- "And Senator
reports, the subcommittee willis treason, and it is treason to of mud." t ie f this Idea and Thutaay eq, wants caIom Ime IA
decide what further steps to t akeDemocrats as well as Republi- He recommend that the Re- 1ight, ipeld m PhysdeI ths m nn WW .
ei ast urtarswell for an on- oernment will be exposed and'
punished as quickly as I can
catch them." he declared.
He added that he knew bet-
ter than his Republican opp-n- 6


ent. Dwight D. Elsenhower,
how to "use an ax for miseon-
duct" from his experiences as
LONDON, Sept. 6 (UPI -The governor of Illinois.
1tinistry of Food announced to- A host of Western Democratic
dav that Britons will be able to leaders greeted Stevenson whenM
buy even less meat weekly as he arrived by plane but there
oi Sep.. 14 because of a drop was no general crowd. |
in home meat production. Warm applause greeted him on
Housewives have been able to the landing ramp. Then his ro-
buy 30 cents of meat a week torcade Whliaked him to the
for each member of their fam- Brown Palate Hotel formerly
MD rm 17.they wil thr headquarters of Eisenhower
ble to purchase only 27 cents -for conferences with DemoerM-
wortho purchase only 27 cent tinr national committeemen ad1
The Ministry of Food said it women from 11 Western states.
hoped to maintain the ration Stevenson's speech last n'9ht
S7 cent worthth through the wasthe first of 19 he will mae
wster. in the next nine days, all aimed
at the "independent" Western
S. vote.
f o Disclaiming that anybody had
3 TO mCeS attempted to mak.' or propose
_"any deals with me for any of-
Sw fice, or benefit, or favor whatso-
ever." Stevenson Jumped head-
WASHINGTON, 8epLt 6 (UP on into the corruption issue.
Lhe government today reported Stevenson then proceeded to
ices l.gt d1 n dd n holesale bridle at what he regarded as a
F i lndn ba sustek end ltde pt.a2suggestion from Eisenhower "that
Mewas led by a 'substantial de- either my honesty or my fidelity
etse" uln vegetables, eggs, and to public trust would be dimin-
The Bureau of Labor Statistics lashed by election to an office I
add wholesale prices dropped revere.
; ;-tenths of one per cent dur- I had not expected that tron
* 'the period to 111.8 per centithe general," lh said.
1947-49 prices. "You'll forgive me It I gag a
_Zligher prices were reported for little when Republican polti-
hieese. fowl, coffee, and flour, clans don the Ill-fitting mantle
Meat prices dropped nearly of self-righteousness and delver
one per cent while farm product holler-than-thou ser mons on
prices also were down. morality.


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