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 Material Information
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: 1925-
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00155
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rT e Mell mI ia en open form for readers of The Panama Amer.
I M Laers e ecelved grafefully and are handled in a wholly Meail
cr e ribute a letter don't be Impatient f it doesn't appear he
Letters are published i the order received.
efty f letter wrlers is held I Strictest c oaid .
.Im Jft awPaper esnme re Mpesibility for istement as opinilOa
S mp letters from r -dom.

L "MODERATE" SUGGESTION
Cristobal, C. Z.
Dear Sir"
The following suggestion might be of help to the Canal
SZie employee at the present time, and you might be able to
make a few pennieses" in the bargain:
Print up a special edition for your Zone customers, print-
teaerpit of the important news announcements affecting
UAe *mployes over the past two or three years, particu-
SWia. effect of the income tax on our finances, the double-
have been getting from official announcements from
S *egithte-placing such news items in proper juxtaposition as
! p tt ve~rnor's recent announcement there wouldbe no rent
Chairman of the Board of Governors announcement
SX se would be "moderate'-and the actual raises in effect
-e relations thereto. In other words, the whole story in
Sf the gradual and increasingly mounting deteriora-
S q .ploW e relations and morale as It affects the Panama
ith this edition, print the names and addresses of
and Congressmen from the various states, to whom
parties could forward copies to their congressmen
f|' toprpite remarks, if printable.
ally. i would be quite willing to pay a "moderate
Sof several hundred per cent in order to have this
In one catinuous form. By all means, include excerpts
of the host Interesting Mail Box letters representing
ot te employee to the various acts of the "powers-
Very truly yours,

LET THERE BE LIGHT
Recently someone ,from Gatun complained about the lack
of lights and the overgrowth of grass alongside the walk that
connects High Street with the other part of the local-rate
section. Thank Heavens! the grass has been cut. However, there
U no evidence that lights will be erected soon. There la no need
for more than three lampposts alneg the walk.
In my opinion lampposts should have been erected ever
Aice the walk was laid. I assume that only when someone la
Iped. maimed, lobbed or murdered in the darkness will the
Httledtrators see to It that the few necessary lights are
Optimist.


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stalking the Ite tsof t
world's free cittli at sptedl
Communist peliM "-
their orders! M that shadow
super government known a th
Comintern.
Well, the other Jay one 6
these agents ted little to
carelessly. Before he knew whi
had happened hbe was pot
supoenabd and M terrot
without benefit of 0ofe f thof
eel-minded Party lw An
this nation, for the first tim
got a camera-lens view o0t I
special pro-Soviet police i
operation deep in the heart 0
an American city.
For 8s years, ever since thl
r-r-r-evolution, Comrade Koni
tantine Radulevanowich has no
made a mistake. Alias RadMi
he has been a loyal Coamunii
hack since he left the Ruat
Federation of the S0Oellst P
ty and made his bul-nekmn
gutteral-voiced way into ti
Communist fold. That w"A i
the time Lenin gave
a dose of "democratic cen'al.
lam," otherwise known as death
by confession in the local Luby
lanka.
Comrade KoWatsntns m mo
made the whofer eNl th
American C fl-sm' spe-
telliW nce sqe_-4t 0nM
trial Control Commtsalen,
alias the aional JftUtIw
Commission. fhis 1i the
comrades's own ponce de-
partment in the U.A., run
for years by a fellNo named
Charlie Dirba, 3M0 In ab-
sentia.
This squad spies on the sples
checks the loyalty of the Part
leaders and passe this ner
mation on tO the SovIet hiher.
ups. Regularly it en a I
questionnaire which reaem
from cradle to the graver Is
sues in a Party member'. lifLt
Nothing, not even an old. b1,
school report card, s .left In-
covered.
The rest is simple. That wa;
the party reaches Out for ape
cial agents in sanitive spot.
Last Thursday, Ben. Ferguel
(R., Mich.) was conducting i
hearing of the senate Sub-Com-
mittee on InternI goteity 1W
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. 'What are the facts behind the rent Increase?
To eliminate conjecture, supposition, and fabrication of
fbats the parties responsible for the rent increase should make
a pac atem which led to this decision, an.thgh the -
ma: uyallewite the situation it mwayura stum- C
Is 1&8 the Canal Zone? 14 It -g6l tmeatI
Swithout princlpO- -r -.. -
a eBugay of problems & W & a It
d~- ho{ m that living om.lenu have mnreased in a f 0.1,o a
et mere vet" clothing, ano rent, and woors omae high &, `2
-ths reason T he in." ome tesut.h h it
rntand nnde nt o the.,oast ly iU-
tow t as naces aeM,~~ m eof have totunde get cAre., B ur y IDlal-
t t att the t ae open State Det aid sundry otoer
heM ., &tGUMed a e tndcapszes the p ngiefla
nothn to worr comrades would say.
Sc... ma awnsometwen to wore 1 o thk this
Smn the tolls have been just rei ht. cops-and-robber sst the _nt V
Aalu st, rI oncomm itn ayem sol varydel spoke to Mrris, Rb
n pad for the bae of any kind of so e to Mr, O
a The mount payed should vary whs pered to ra Federal de
LAN ONS might inortease the rint if Vny ty and in ive minutes t
nts you might in e l rent, subpoena was. tmret n
easerteao and becomes dilapidated the C,lrp .. '""oset wse f
or the tenats moved out and the prop- I :, rwret m-
.L.... etY has deteriorated, become dilap-' sa z thi eWM 4n Ti f
ii td d. this reasonable? The income C s I SU
eOM 100 per cent profit, since no re-
have be=MSi ha bejme f I Are you a ImemeW r
I th area I understand was an inducement to the Sotet t7lZl;oa 2!tx -
I emel to leave their homes in the States. genee" Bob Morris "ask".I
l e thm to save eo they might have money to "I refuse to anw .ron u
e they returned to the Rathes. therndofmy
I ot ~etire here and buy a home, and I understand Amend t," the m4If
apersnon does retire he must vacate his quarters of the American CommufiW
you can make a down payment oh a home, Nis71ifth Arm tl f
the gaie time, and have a refuge to retire to when owe os l1IAnce to M heoV
S 46 t oUrk. Union's emttutosto m&
:1Wtal mut be concommitant to retirement to workers 8. that he titruded t.
o w I rental was expected by these workers and waItObl 4POi 'te Ofl-1:
WKE u d, and a deal should be a deal. Icn Cbur whi
A. M. why he walked lto a w eate
i'*1He was there to report to i*
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MW YOR.--I am just a ~It OMai, and Ing uk for committee cme .s, whether they
Iaybe you are, too, of all the coy disclaimers of are Feast,. Communist, or ust plain dull. A
Communist affiliates on the grounds of either man li his right mind, even his dumb right mind,
Ignorance or stupidity. Joins nothing he can avoid unless it is to make
Down in Washington the other dY a babe who money or a point.
plMa dumb dolls, Mss Jud sHiday took the The fascination for being a sponsorr," on a
54t into the Senate and ge off her record letterhead, to an American peculiarity of which
of footie-footle with orgau Commie fronts. the reasoning has always escaped me.
She Just rolled them bg dm- a ferret- I can see a callow kidi getting hooked on one,
blue eyee and said she was too Mrip.sbre for or maybe two phony committees then reoog-
words and a bit more t0aft hiV4Y W. IBMhe' nilnt the light and owing snt with bad words.
didn't know what she was'mixed up In, 01 said. But a lengthy record of one false front saltr an-
From what I hear of Miss Holiday she has a other argues that the agitator huas Sme skinny
brain one point snappier than a hear trap. rnd inkling of what he's about .
h h been a long time brouna I I cet t an an anwr to all the bekslld Ieratans who
wtach t0e1Me Is place* before etblul y *eam tht the greW uat ie WBe
or taleat, m pentd s
lbe kept tuni up on those 0 front ear and as as Ur
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L r Edward M. Altan; Mrs. Bluea-
N.ae baolth B. Beats; R. F Brhaketn-
i of Secret Po- hbeff; Mrs. Evelyn Bramstetter
des. plans to and daughter: Mr. and Mrs.
thvia Braniff Oct. Ltkert Bryant; Mrs. Lilly A.
baseball series Cotton: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Crawford; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .
S accompanied by F. Dolan and three children:
r. and Mrs. Meade T. Foster.
N I ftil. Re9gina Kelly; Daniel P. Kiley;
k Seatroyers Clara Kirchmer; Mr. and Mrs. 1
W Callao 0. Leroy ItRoonts: HRugh Me-
and the Aguirre. Calle;' Mrs. Florence E. Mal-
an destroyers, arrived lett: Mr. and Mrs. Cato May;
from Callao, Peru, on Captain and Mrs. George D.
w tear. The ships will Mead: John A. Morales; Mr. and 2
t^ M Balboa until Friday. Mrs. Arthur S. Oldershaw and 2
Catiflla has a comple- daughter. 2
a Wrmen and the Agul- I Mrs. Jeanne M. Patchett and 2
11"ME 1WL Ithree children; Jeffre I. Sauva-
eesau Burrell A. Sechrest; Mr. 3
Le. Cmw fAbeard and Mrs. Homer A. Snecken- 3
iRM ' lo berger; Ernest C. Btlebritz and 31
il, esmet crewmembers son: Mr. and Mrs. David B. h3
eaLrd the Mexican ship :Thornburfh and son; Alvine 3
ech arrived yester- Walters; Mr. and Mrs. Paul H.
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men are here to attend daughter; Kenneth F. Zipperer. 2
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Alien, commanaong ofticer of
the battery, presented the cloth-
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Frank J. Petrill, battalion coml-
mander, and Cejka who were
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Panama Bay about a mile from
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HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI -
James Leahy was dazed by a bolt
of lightning which knocked a pis-
WHISKY tol out of his hand. He was r-
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."8 IP SALE: Rattan chair, tables.
e.' Desk $25; Bamboo chairs $12.50
each; G. E. washing machine, $110.
Bicycle 20 inch $25; Rugs; Kitch-
en cabinet; Table, Misc. Items.
216-A, Darien Place, Fishbowl,
Ancon.
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lbol 2-1247 Balboa.
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S.a-4569. from 10 to 12 mn.
'". MR SALE:-9 ft. porcelain West-
Inghouse, Zenith console combinoa-
tn with records, stenotype ma-
S thine with instruction b oo k s,
. matched golf clubs and bog. Cash
only. Rousseau R-17-G. Phone
:' Nevy 3298.
FOR SALE: One gas stOve, very
cheap. 45 Street No. 26.

Position Offered


WANTED: Mechanical personnel
.wth aircraft experience. Those
Without experience need not ao-
4py. Contact G. A. Carr. Pon Amer-
ean World Airways, TOCUMEN
AIRPORT, from 2:00 p. m. to
4:00 p. m. daily.


SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER. Eng-
lish & Spanish. Liberal salary and
Opportunity for advancement toe
person with special ability. Write
giving complete experience and
references to P. 0. Box 2007. An-
con. C Z.


REBEL YELLS-

toMauued From Page FIVE)
t Charles Brannan "regimen-
t e" of artilturie.
_Ihpwoiprom aed that the
Rmlgeatslnl would work out a
Bbthat "wUl be un-
the friends and
of pesinee abroad.

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FOR SALE
Automeubitm


Service Pe sew end CivilM
Govens-wn Eflfoue
Imis an
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Wihen ou fi nPeh yr new
or uaed crw.
AMNCY DWILINhhR
Neo 41 AewBlMk Row
Phm **-4984 24985


FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencias Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2.4721
FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1952 Hud-
son Hornet sedan. Will take old
car as down payment. Albrook
Qtrs. 229-B. Phone 86-7202.
FOR SALE:-1948 Nosh Coupe 600.
duty paid, excellent condition.
Price $800.00. Call Hull Cristobal.
1760 during office hours, residence
Colon 1463.
FOiR SALE: 1942 International
Pick Up 23 Ton Truck. Duty Paid.
Commercial Inspection passed in
C. Z. 2 new tires. New battery,
motor excellent, $300.00. Wason
house No. 533-A. Red Tank.


FOR SALE:-Or trade, 1951.Cadillac
Coupe, De Ville. A beautiful car.
See at 5333-C, Diablo, C. Z. After
6 p. m. daily.
FOR SALE:-1942 Packard 4 Door
Sedan, duty paid, Paralso, C. Z.
103 Apt. H, $300.00. Tel. 4-
268.


FOR SALE: '48 Packard 4 door,
very good condition. Phone Navy
3244.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Sedan, ex-
cellent condition. May be financed,
dial 6-169, Gamboa.
FOR SALE-'1942 Chevrolet ',2 ton
pick-up. Excellent condition. Good
rubber. $350.00. House 5724-D,
Noble Place, Diablo, Wednesday
and Thursday.
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford convrtible.
Phorfe Mr. Davis, baibe, A10--
1868. 7:30 a. m. 8:30 p. r8,
MOnday to Friday.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontisc 4 dw
eadpm. Seat covers, r Q% .
time Exciqllnt Menr.

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.. t.er a i- abn hen M e tru ro- t-onh
IV a.t. .n a PPr fo r to h BMlowWaenhsthat
V -it. might rile the former general
Into what tche. Do are noalk-
1,t It ta.we.W 1oAll, g f-lnee haatdescribed asoa "genu-ne
w lSte .so.' ktee Steven.son fbaasl liedrepeat-
gheeb lt le2P tedl w thathienhogwise pnototalk-.
S, o I g Ii eves Ing sense" on specific ues and
in ledl2 i? bs5 has snvited the GOP nominee
da t e tWeir e o f repeatedly to offer concrete 1pe-
and e sULO e t W hat poeas, rather than criticism, for
t into bantiee?" meeting major national pib-.
introduchig Eisenhower, en a ert- Tt ac.....do..
as sorted that oiuth Caro- b en. Roert A. Taft aceol
. no a ,oth bae for the Trun an idmilnltation Iet
e ...t ht "nght tn' hniaon Olty. Tenn., *l
Wa)tsit saido the ptoll- "delberately" ihantpuating thrF
lIkk Pembi!? nuate lwage-pr irce ani d stenda
t """ h.man '. It In selection years "soi
e tiole eSt wth Caro ln might have an apparent busam
that the jdb OoFNaInt upp boom when the voters o to the
-R owni nOt 4*' ptdsed to polls."'
iqn, 'd made the mess." The Ohio Reubllcan. c a nt-
m aaid. natagnin for the Eienhowel%.
Sn_ on ticket, also charged tht.
WbWtoe SteveMson's staff iStevenson "Is fallinR right eN.
* # verbal ialnb b rel i- with the communistic program"
lt.~.1w frlm m iag W ElMena- of econoa llo.
'm hoN al teeOOffeote m t M the proam m -
teWarm of *beii cor ., utyme the Lentain pilesophy
W Uoee spsenJ teehal- *M-almeunr the aemurey SO

like it," said one of the iatevensonui p1olv% I a tU'-
i1te presidential nomi- render to Commnrist polcl." t
tuf advisers. ,And .Jude- Taft declared. "It Is mu abandon-. 1
Mn the President's big meant of the table fiscal nolleot
a. -the people are apparent- and of the glret tree economic I
"t it UP." system to wbtrse 5roductlve abI-
ef.tbulasum of the Steven- lit we mut leoo k win a third
ator the m a n n er In wnrld war." -
wi P'l~et has gone af- Taft s a&14 'tu w aae ra-
ie4 W nominee wa mur- mied sitlzn MWLooy
ill by their joy over pub- but 4d6d: ["
own to Stevenson's WU- "nrW l'4 *5
ibW Lgltelevisi-on rep ort f* eaime j:4
_mto from Chicago Mon- ,v Pregl "mtIi w-
_ cam- emi ."t o

S! la vernor said f te fm t
4 1thO ma telegrams ap. y ,n ato Ia ttW 3
gPttsl.em, a
"Me ( te-v.evint-mads-M.fe I
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2Lost Tour Of The
Oct. 3-4-5 .
(Sponsored by theft 1tl htafl '"am)
"Pescadora" leaves PMr it bAoq
FrIday 6 a. m. '
Arrives Colon StrauIng C6lt ) 2:20
p. m.
Leaves Colon 9:30 0'. i .for San
Blas and ,
Puerto kfllo. return C1otm S&unM9
afternoon'
Leaves Strangers ChA, COon, MAt-
day a. m. /
through Canal to pIOB
Balboa to on el ,itvhn mto ColOn
$45.00.
From Colon to SonW s : wnm
$40.00.
Thru Canal only Meals catWd t4 l' '
Bring sl. k_-. =-r. bh i a^-
Iflipper1W.a t B % t00 M W --
water f, 4 Al ft
sweater, .*4?t -iid -
more OW rb so Wh at
Please make reservetions eoay
through yaw lfreve 'AOnt, or phone
Jungle Jim at Panama 3-1660.
(This Is te let- Sen ais #our until
next yde, Anyont dsr to
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FOR SA.: Detnetlm faupese
Phone CrltobeM 3-1932.

Pilno, you Can NOT afford to
pass up this RARE oOoWtunfty ta
secure a truly finen strument :
a FRACTOON of its worth, f $800
is bierd your mnad PLEASE
donrt woest your time ond ours,
May be een this evening from 4:-
30 sonl six at quarters 553-8 Cul
rundu Heights Or ph"n AAen 273-
-5261, fr. appolntment.
FOR SALE:-2 1-4 x 3 I-.J Busch
Press Cme, Rang Finder, Flash
Gun, ZUse F4.S lens, Leons Shod.,
Filter Film Pck Addpr, 10 cut
Film Holders, $.105.Q, Voiglt-
lender x 12, udsir, 12 cut
film hoklers, $40.00 O O ur pI*es-
sigarl 4 x 3 cnleeur 4.5 lens,
$125.00. 510.-C, Curundu H ft,


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Tame, who gets accused 1..A1ft
.xpaes i s TWENT-SEMTNm TEAR PANAMA. P., Ai t ,
a dog like a taxpayer

the bitax." on Lassie a
owner, "she must pa_ ..0

long aid the tax would be' ',
.about a year's supply
ie will also have to pay Fighte
att tl income tax on any in-
W arned by the $4,631 re- SEOUL, Oct. 1 (UP) UN tombed and wrecked a vital s t ban
-a N11, the commissioner said. fighter pilots destroyed or dam- chemical plant on yrt fant
aged a record 126 Migs during from Communist fBlt w
The dog's late master, Axel R. September, while 30 UN planes The Reds loosed. anc
Cattes, a gardener, willed her were lost during the same pe- tlaireraft fire fHfa tr then
tSh f,000 and placed her in riod. ris at the Spa ertlon ner
chatos of a friend, Mrs. Ger- Some 48 Supertaft m enruht
trade rnsen of QUincy. Sabre pilotshot down 9 nawa and Ja Koje
Migs, probably destroyed sev- Eons of bombs on t i-iund t Thonfra
e n. RHneen said the corn- n and damaged 57. Marine er chemical plant at N u th -i-
Moner' tax demand would pilots shot down two KMi An Air Force officer bdue tbs,
ed in the hands of law- while aThunderjet pilot d it as one of the few
handling the Carlaqnw a one.U rinit e important target left a n e-madeat d
a n t C ar On the UN's debit side, Migs Korea. the T i es
OW. i-hot down four Sabres and three Red night fighters made tr bloodest
Thunderiets during the month. ft
A similar case came up sev- One Sabre one Skyraider, es at the Spsrf orts, but S the capt ives fattrymen ,
era. ears ago Involving a Shooting Star, on de not fire. All te peShta nt POW:
S man and the cat to turnedfsaftly.AIt- 68D- WW n saMk" bR and
ue man and the cat to and one Corsair fell to Red an- Meanwhile from PuMsan it Ws lw n t ment salnd.
f willed a large sum. larcraft fire. A few
Six Panthers, four Sabres, four reported that 46 Chinese prison to c pounds prison taken
*S man took the case to Thunderets. two Skyraides, ers of war wete killed and fl the pkoners since
SLong d. "We loston- one Shooting Star and one other 120 w dd in a b to a re order uil
he ca diedsd w eat were lost on operations etweens tate a s apder to smUN sV4
'1 Mrs. Hansen said. is from other causes. tr The l ot* The Coa
s te health- Invader 11 g h t bombers de- threatened of thew ......oI such
strayed more than 2000 Com- munistje that b to o
B 'l 1. F. S 7DR mrst suDply vehicles during da
September-nearly 10 times as l; ws US. 1 Un E
THURSDAY, OCT. 2 meaay as during August. Crhn
Low ITe disclosure of the month's
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produces the most tempe aSad aeu-r.
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Mdubers that each and every food bby
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PWsTS UNIVTSM student Xenia Tanis (above) is one
of the contestants I the Junior Chamber of Co uteree
contest to choose a queen who will leave with the Pasami
delbEation for the seventh Latin American Junior Chamber
of Commerce Congress in Havana next month. Miss Yanis
and the other candidates entered In the contest will be
Introduced to the public Saturday night at the fir of three
fetivala to be sponsored by the organisation at the Atlas
Club. A seonod festival and a count of votes win be held at
the Atlas on Oct. 18 and the third, when the queen wVi be
chosen., s scheduled for Nov. 3.


NSW ToRK, Oct. 1 (ftI) -
ODaIbIlU tvwiIvetty's under-
gra uate newspaper announced
today that It would not support
the unlversity's president,
Dwight D. Risenhower, for Pre-
sidency of the United States.
-In a fr ont-pae editorial en-
titled "Oreat Dlsenchantment"
thi Columbia Daily Speetator
announced it wld support De-
=eratlq candidateoM iE.
Stevenson.
The edtorial, signed by eight
mtabse of the daily's editorial
salate of Sssenhower wb oe-
4m president of Columbia
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formed for $1 stading S
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