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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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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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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00165

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Collecting for the Conol Zone's fight-fli-
fund started strongly this morning in Asewrml
There is so ewr no report of any colkfete
fsted a donation.
Aege sum has been about $10 finre 6|
pyq.. The Pacific Civic Council workers in chwp
work regard the drive as off to a good staff, '
A Margarita meeting lost nmght uilwede :
Cea f umpfoyes and tenants on the M Af l flm
as roused as Pacific siders by the reMt dIl
come effective Oct. 26. The meeting h W NJ
tion f fthe Canal Zone Emergency Logiifltl"
Committee. "
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comment from legislators who ere reehi .A
stream of angry moil from Zoniaon.
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of l.itters from the Panama Ol- rot l
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a. updkv '1 .. proper cele 'of Haow'an The opM wH open Nov. 18
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WAM ..OTON, Oct. 11 (UP)-
IflBA Trruption hunters deo
ho-mnner Atty. Gen. Tom
C, l ttoday for limitingl" the
S.a preliminary FBI n-
t MUiMn to the 1M Kansas
Ci*ty v fraud case.
Aid Clark now an u-
got remn Cont. Justiee-
'*toman at least extremely poor
in hi handle dfthe
eae and added that
In limiting the F in-
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itd as fiproper."
'i erlticism was leveled by
plo: Plrak L. Chelf (D-Ky.)
and EMeth B. Keating tB-
. chairman and ranking Re-
mn .ember r ctivev of
k Bouse Judiciary subampttee
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The cae Involvedalleged bal-
tIWt Irregularities in a Demo-
itle pdrmary in President Tru-
Ian's hone district. Tne Preal-
4 was succemaful in "purgtng"
I emaoetlic candidate who had
sbed ,N legislative program.
Chelf aid Keating said their
mqttry eeavinced them that a
'awflus ei brity octunred"
ibtem tte d S7.sa uMrSiary inveati4taton
S tht litMd the FBI to In-
HI~rml only six todhivdials."
lid the harder was con.
in a memorandum draft-
by fonaer assistant Atty. Gen.
L. CaLSle B4 adon'vfl by
pOa Tbey said it wa "In1lpro-
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a review of the situation when
the rInw Congress convenes in.
January.


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Community Chest Agencies (5)


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metict but not a single lek'ry
stlek in Slght at the Salvation
Army's school at La Does. Kid-
like some of the school's yotma
pipd are much morW'bteaeted
in the camera than they are n
the day's lesatba.
Major toblea MPrtinez. the
Salvatlo Arm'js new chief tor
the Istmus he arrived tith
,is family from Ia Angeles
early In eptember lt the on-
ly man In the gratp. Mrs. Mar-
tn is wearing gasses.
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operates sche may be news to
many people wtw AWitk pi it
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deed.
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food _arftls were dMtaSstad
and i nmer served to 1.5e uew-
pie, about one quarter of whem
we re the Canal Zone.
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failed on to vtit h oliale d
seamen. InvestiW reports of
destitute fanmies. or make
emergency distibutlon of cloth-
Ing or monev to thmwe in need
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STHE MAIL B0E
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_The Mail Box is en open forum for readers of The Panem
Letters are rceivd gratefully and ore handled in a whole
S'degel meaner.
", J0f you contribute a letter don't be impatient If it doesn't ep
a-dxt tay. Letters are published in the order received.
SPlease try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as
expressed in letters from readers.


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"SPECIAL BREED"
First it was income tax and now it's the increase in rent
that you're beefing about. What'll it be tomorrow?
I don't like to pay extra for anything if I can possibly get
away with it. but I'd enjoy paying sales tax just to see you so-
*called "Americans" squirm a little more. I'd welcome the intro-
duction of City, State and Property tax into the Canal Zone just
to hear the yelling which would immediately follow such action.
Incidentally, property tax isn't just levied against home own-
'lt's also levied against ear owners. I bet nearly all you Jok-
M would junk like your new cars and wind up owning a bunch
t S34 antique gas driven jobs just to save on the tax.
UJust what the heck do you think Uncle Sam is buying am-
,hnition and other military equipment with.. .peanuts? Or are
yon Zonians a special exempted breed?
,.. It's too bad that the Canal is such a large company. Any
-otlher outfit would have you fired for disloyalty. But down here
,here are too many of you and the loud mouths among you have
habit of becoming scarce when the heat's on.
&- As for myself, I could name at least ten men, all with fam-
ilies, who are sweating their heads off in the States for six days
a week for a generous $50 a week which ends up at something
like $39 after the taxes are taken out. These men would give
their left arm to get a job here.
Don't think that they're not capable or eligible for a job in
l the Canal Zone. All of them have high school diplomas. Some
have a few years of college. All are veterans of the furious fight-
_Jng in Europe and the Pacific,. and all have years of experience
In their jobs.
Yet they work for low wages, pay taxes and still manage to
laugh and enjoy life. I don't know one of them who turns out
'the lights at nine and goes to bed even though they have to work
lefhours the next day.
They're too busy enjoying life with their neighbors on what
little they have. They're toobusy usy being plain, honest, hard-
,working Americans.
It seems that being in the Canal Zone automatically makes
you one of the elite in this crowded world of suffering humanity.
bow to you.
How would you like to pay $70 for four unfurnished rooms,
plus heat, plus utilities? And this isn't in the City, but in the
suburbs where the "lower" rents exist.
You don't care for the suburbs? Well move to the City and
pay $125 for two rooms, furnished (how charitable), in the base-
ment of a four-story building.
You ask the landlord, who somehow looks like a baron of old,
'hy the high price and he says "it's been modernized." You check
with the former tenants (if you can locate them) and you find
out that the apartment has been wallpapered and a fairly decent
stove has replaced the antique which recently served the dwell-
ers.
That's modernizing? Not by your standards, but it's all legal
by price stabiliatlon laws.
So, like many others before you, you buy a house, the price
being anywhere between $7,000 and $32,000.
Don't think the latter is of the dream, ranch type variety.
It isn't. It has six rooms and is located on a street where every
sity for the privilege of watering your own 10 ft. by 30 ft. stretch
of grass, referred to in some quarters as a lawn.
It isn't New York. Jack. It's all over the U. S.
And, anyway, to make the money you Zonlans make, you'd
hax r to work and live in the large cities. $70-a week is an un-
Sherred of salary outside the larger cities.
In short, the Canal Zone lacks three things: community life
and neighborliness, old fashioned patriotism (you have little in-
terest in Korea, voting, and other subjects except where they af-
fect you personally and what you can get you can get out of it), and tele-
vision.
The last you'll probably have in a few years. Some enter-
omi -g American' i1ll get more relay stations built and then you
won't lack this either.
You might also add the lack of common courtesy and man-
ners to the list of the things you don't have. Both young and
old alike have a constant habit of slamming doors in people's
faces, nearly running them down with cars and bucking their
way into lines Instead of standing like human beings at the end
of the line line where they belong.
You're, with not too many exceptions, ill-bred, noisy, chronic
gripers, and you'think you're just about "it." In any other com-
munity you wouldn't amount to a row of pins.
To add to this, youhave a ve a habit of talking in a Iqud voice as
how important you are to the Canal and how many hundreds
-e have at home and how many fifties you happen to have on
'you at the moment.
You love to carry on long range conversations with friends
who happen to be on the other side of the room, and all the time
your eyes constantly roaming to see who's noticing you. It isn't
hard to notice. this kind but the looks he gets aren't admiration,
SJust pluln disgust.
Thisa type goes hand in hand with the one who blabs in a
Stoud voice about the difficult piece of machinery he's working on
whe all the time he doesn't know how to change a burned out
ght bulb.
But this In short has little to do with what I shape up a
Sonlan to be.
Why don't you people wise up to the fact that the Zone Is no
longer the gravy train? Why don't you realize that this world
of ours is moving too fast, scientifically and otherwise, to have
room for, tho "special breed?"
Say what you want, but in a few years your differential will
vanish amd you'll be on Stateside wages, paying Stateside prices,
and beoOmlzl American once again.
Trs,,# tlon has improved so in the past thirty years that
it s d t to get someone down here overnight to take over
days of malaria and other dreads are over with. This
is er the suffering spot on the globe. It's modern, clean,
well and new housing is constantly going up.
-g0, now, that when someone catches a snake, his pic-
me taken. They're even becoming a rarity.
SZoulans are in for a fall in the not-too distant fu-
tugle Jim's among you will vanish With the glory
; and this place will be just another piece of land
'6,Aeriean flag over it.
old has begun to tarnish and I for one welcome It...
l reed" 'wont exist much longer.
-- + ... al y.


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worth of "stuff." cc
That's big business. And a ce
handful of workers in the ship al
conversion yards could have be
smashed the plot with just one to
phone call. (
What the CIO Clothing Work- ye
ers Union an dthe AFL Seafarers gi
Union can do, the rest of-labor 1i
douldnt find difficult to paral-
eL And after Nov. 7. there'll be
national network of crime
lusters to work with, ye
It'll be syndicate against syn- C0
iesa-and labor a the
rime busters win. -ie ueoa
hlets should work Ms o t1d t
iis crmpr!'n rs t-*'* did
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Greatest Show on Earth, Plus a Sideshow


Labor News

And

Comment
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0 By Victor RIESEL
It will be only a few hours af-
ter the presidential campaign
ends no matter who wins -
when a tough, unyielding new
campaign is launched across the
land, a campaign to smash what
is still the Capone-Luciano mob,
now more sprawling and more
powerful than it was in what
were really cap-pistol days com-
pared with the crime "industry
of these quieter moments.
Criminologists, or gang bust-
ers, call them what you will, in
14 major cities will give them-
i selves just a day to settle down
after the presidential count is in,
and then will head for New York.
Here, on Nov. 6 and 7, they
will set up a National Assn. of
Crime Commissions, a private
coast-to-coast anti-crime syn-
dicate for a finish fight with' the
syndicated crime of men whom
the public thought long retired.
This latter-day posee will
spend considerable time plan.
ning to crack labor racketeer-
ing. Even the sophlstleated
probers of the New York City.
Anti-Crime Committee, who
will be the hosts, are appalled
by the power the old Lepk.-
C a po n e-Luoiano lieutenants
have developed In big industry
and politics through their con-
trols of a handful of key u-
nions.
Those who start as labor rac-
keteers wind up owning or ter-
rorizing much of their industry.
That's the pattern the new an-
ti-crime network will try to wipe
out-lock, stock and bomb.
In this drive the citizen-cri-
minologists want the help of u-
nions such as the CIO's men's
clothing organization, which has
just cleaned three high officers
out of its Eastern divisions.
And the Seafarers Internatio-
nal Union (AFL), which is buck-
ing the Luciano dope smuggling
syndicate, the pivot of all mass
crime, since it provides the heavy
cash in small bills.
The full story of the Amal-
gamated Clothing Workers' U-
nion drive to tear out of its ranks
the men linked to the tough and
explosive days of the Thirties, is
locked in its files. c
But it's to the union's credit b
that it washed out the rot into n
which hundreds of thousands
of dollars had been lost, and t
drove from this union the of-
ficers who terrorized employers a
and were both union represen- b
tatives and big businessmen at j,
the same time. This meant t
that they could set their own r
page standards and undercut
legitimate Industrialists. p
Despite the bombings, shoot- a
ings and and assassinations of cru-
sading union chiefs in Chicago, i
Detroit, St. Louis and New York,
the union that fears little and c
is taking on the toughest of all c
is the AFL Seafaxers. Just ask r
U.S. Customs and the Federal h
Narcotics Bureau. te
Working closely with the AFL b
union, the Federals have been e
able to knock out most of the
multi-million dollar shipments c
by the Luciano drug syndicate, tl
which is linked to the mobs in h
virtually all the big cities
The ring has for years planted d
its agents aboard merchant ves- a
sels as couriers who could smug-
gle in the "junk" in loaves of 0
bread, hollowed out pieces of c
dunnage, hollow wooden fenders, I
crevices of a bulkhead and even
in the bottom of filled oil stor- 0
age tanks.
This courier s y st e m was
slashed by the AFL Seafarers. H
The union's leaders ordered Its a
crews to turn in those" who b
used or carried the Illicit P
drugs, which, It must be re- -
reared again and again, cons-
intute the financial lifeblood b
of the mobs in any field.
If other union members were
as crusading as the Seafarers,
the dope traffic could be Jam- r
med easily enough.
For example, not too long ago,
a traveler sitting at the pannel- x
led bar of a passenger vessel
converted from a wartime
freighter, noticed a slip of paper
moved out from under the wall.
On it he saw an order for a
scotch and soda. This be report-
ed to the captain.
A search revealed a small room
built secretly right into the ship 2
-.behind the wall of the bar. It
wasn't on any blueprint of the
vessel. I
Inside sat the thirsty custom- v
er who was ordering his drinks
on paper.
In addition to his thirst, the
man In the secret and unchart-
ed chamber had one million dol-
lars in opium. The bartender H
worked with him. slipping him i
food and drink through a panel, j,
Apparently the smuggling :i
ring had planned so far ahead a'
that It had gotten to the ship- a
ytard workers and bribed them g<
to building an extra room.
Thus It had made many trips tl
loaded with a million bucks R


WalterWinhid In New York
GAMIsLRIIR SONG 9MI4e Wn Vignette: The scene was Uadi';...
t always seems to me when Winter ea het-ups wer weary and bored a
As tranul Autumn poises to takerUM. namld.ppa who was claiming every Same In
farewell should not be marred by broodI ai, pol.tlso as an intimate friend... _e $4 ut
Although there ma not be another 5plhi. Junch 4 with Adlal Stevenson" aw eAx-
'his Is the gamble In the game we pn' aperatd local Interrupted: "What M -
There is no certain way the dice ms"st fa; dencel ere comes Adial Stevenson no '- and
Dur chips are bits of Time, each worth y, you Just dined with him?"... The nalmd-ruppa
And no one should expect to win t-e iL was petrifliod... "Did I say Acial fteves0R"
Sn-Ihe winced. "I meant Adlal Ooldberg.""


rhe seasons Icane, like dealers through a tgJt,
And when the fading stars give way to dawn,
'he lucky ones look up to greet the light...
The losers have no jewels left to pawn
rhe dregs should be less bitter in the cup.
f we who gamble play it-up and up.
-Guy Fowler.


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The Main Stentinent: The Rex (Lillie Palmer
:arrisons ("The Four Poster" stars) handnhnd-
ng along Vth Avenue -- Just like Mr. Wa Us.
r Doax... Phil (asopher) Silvers phllOp
the Bermuda Room,.. Charles Farrell (Bk
t La Vie BE Rose) observing: "What a trlesi
3oing the full 7 games. It takes thorobrdes to
o the distance"... Lionel Hampton, spellbounmd
y a Salvationist's sidewalk-sermon, at 47th and
ie Stem... Gov. Dewey, L. B. Mayer and Dudley
oberts (who he?) in a huddle in the faraway
corner of the Colony... Florence Chadwiek, the
hamp swimaedchen. diving into a double steak
t Eduardo Condon's... The Hank (Carol Glm-
Wl) Oreenberga (she's sooo preddy) dolin W
iwn. NHak and the Cleveland ballteam'ds pn.
Marshall Samue) have divorced after all these
ears... Lovely aula Stone (Fred's bayUee) 4.s
room Mifre Sloe on the Rockeller Rink.
ikte-charmers.
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Memos of a Midnighter: MIte
are eIJeying a hike in raealg41
are i that off-track bettn l
The CWatlle sUv1ras (he's a TN
emeet a plub from the Stawk...
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Drew Pearson says Did Nixon use inffuemce with Federal,
government on behalf of donors 4ehfs expAnse fund?.
Risky to have a Sendtor subsidized, by group of busi.
inessmen.
EN ROUTE THROUGH THE WEST.-In an earlier colun on
Senator Nixon's secret expense fund it was shown haw h vateM
right down the line for the legislative measures *bth l *76
mInonaire givers favored. i ..
The a. ond question to be examined is whether Senator N1n
also used influence with the Federal governsMint on b f of
his Nixon =pense club.
,In hisa btadest to the nation Nixon said he ha e.notw, few
days later however the St. Louis PoIt D tch nhe
fact tit ank mith, the lawyer who ole thlO
Nixon, had used Nixon's. influence throughihis WWsa*
assistance to try to get a $500,000 tax refund from the gob-
It Ist a penitentiaryoffense for any member of Congres to
Intervene In a case against the government for pay. A Senator '
is paid by the United States government and is supposed tot*e-
present the government alone. Hence the law.
He is iot suppOde4 to be paid by outsiders, and, other mem.-
bers of Cnreas have gone to jail for accepting money when they
The tax refund claimed by Dana Smith against the. UA.ov-
ernment 1 an Illustration. -Dana Smith, the man who got ,ixdu's
office to ntervene, not onlY had paid Nixon personally but rals-
ed $18,000 tor him.
RISKY BUSINESS
Today the Federal government plays uoh an ,Important- role
in the operation of anybuasness firm, and business fbir in turn
seek so many conceilons or contracts from the governm .t ut
it becomes risky to have a man in teSente who subsidized
by a group of bsnessemen. .
Nake, for instance, the list of Nixon's millionairs clu4b.d
the concessions of contracts they have wIth t t
Here are some of them:
Charles E. Duoommun, a Los Anele steel, dear 4 a 5
per cent tax amortization write-off on a z1 e l5 waeat
house. it Is not known.where Nix 4ior his office hilp d.
Such matters are kept conftlential by the' DefIse Produc-
tion Administrton hand sometmeties not even, recorded.
Earl Jorgenser and Company tot a 75 per cent, tax wrIte-
off on forging equipment- Set 209, 061 another 60 pernt
write-off on 28723o6 on uTy d; another, S p-r ct.wrl"hoff
on $343,500 on Feb. I4, I g t
It is not known tht known tha n or his t thes
write-offs. Jorgenson s a river to the Nixon.fnd.-s
Clayton Manufacturing Co. got a ..0 pe cent ta- Kte*Qof
on dynometers costing $38,10 in March 1951 and -an 80- r t
write-off on $171,380 on steam lanes i Julyt 19. BothtB a
mm Clayton and his son William are givers to Nixonense
K. T. Norris, ammunitions manufacturer, got a 75 per cent
tax write-off on $190,650 In September 1951. He is a donor to
Nixon's expenses. '
Even more Important, the Norris company baa defense con-
tracts totaling $54.000.000 *Ith the Army and avy.,Mzdilese
one plant from the government at RIV enk, Calif. er
ates plants of his own, where he nmantltatureri B7 iMnllltme
shells. 15's, 90 mIllimeters, 105's and 15.%'.
Whether Senator NixOn has used any Influence with any
members of the Defense Department regarding these contract&
Is something I have not been able to asOertai But it' an un-
healthy practice for any company doing business with the gov-
ernment to be subsIdizing a& Senator. .
HeAbert Hoover Jr. has an important k o wib the Fe-
deral government to explore fqJer l the forelpIn iorthern
Alaska. He is president of thebuoA~' t Q WNlh has
signed the Alaskan contract with the sVe... C, "
United Geophyseal is a wholly owned blt of U4lO1
Oil, of which RobverJ.a Fo not onl. a d I, .r t h IQE. 4
hafss valued at $1.h p. Noover 1 n a 4 Ct4)er &1e b

Trust CO., which undewritw a the onil JeSs of.t fbc.c les
operating out In the tidelands oil ara. If the e e shld b*
outlawed, then Allen's compalmY might be lft h@llnte bag
for about $49,000,000. Alen Is a contributor to Nixon a .
BIG-MONEY BOYS
Arthur S. Crimes of Bakerfleld is an appllct before the Fe-
deral government for a mineral land ps etI 11 MSoIthern Califor-
nia. To get such a permit accepted, a little nlu=ce *QmeUmei
is helpful. Orites is a member of the Nlxon expense fund cl ab
Critesl is also vlee president of the pBaierled Hmie =~1ing
Association and secretary anild director of the Kernl Co*tnt M.u-
tual Building and Loan Association., '
It so happens that Nixon's reord n. te- Senate hs been
made to order for the mutual ain i ans and buela tran
loan aseociatlens.
When the Senate voted on plugging ate of the loophbis tn
the tax bill. Nixon voted for the -apha t amendwmfitwha
actually widened one loophole by permitting mutual savings
banks nd building and loan associations ti exempt their re.
serves from taxation up to 10 per ceant.
Other banksrs who dug down in their 4eanm to lin th Nlxin


Bank and the Pacific Finance Co.; and !iu
Mortgage Co.
The boys who ponied up for Dick Nixon
not sNall.-te millionaires. They were da the
Here are tome more of them with their In
John Bacon, director of Wyandotte OlsHa
and the Ford building in Detrolt. the F l-C


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I ut you'd never know it...
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might after being struck by a l
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By BOB RUARK

NEW YORK.-Master Mickey Mantle of the The administration of our postwar draft has
New York Yankees is heading home pretty soon been a poor, wishy-washy thing, as variable as
'or another confab with his draft board. a woman's mood, and as contradictoryqto comn-
There is nothing very unusual about this, ex- mon sense.
cept that this is the fifth comb-over the Kid I see now that Lewis Hershey, the head man,
has had, and after four shots at his carcass is warning next year's college students that
you'd think they'd know whether he was dog the draft may slap 'em loose from an education.
neat or draft bait. Only yesterday the college kids were the char-
Mantle is 20, superbly healthy, and potentially ished exemptees, while weary old warriors from
he best all-around baseball player In the world, the last ruckus took up the belly in the line.
He would make an excellent soldier, except for Way the draft has worked in past, men who
long-standing bone disease osteomyelitis, I had reason to believe that they were exempt.
believe which has caused his repeated re- suddenly have' found themselves snagged. Men
ected. You know the military thought on this have been led on and on in false security, oply
matter. Sign up nobody who might have to be to have swift changes of draft-board temper,
retired on disability. resulting in a summons to service. To say that
It is my private idea that anybody -who can this works a hardship on, the victim is one of
play center' feld for, the New ..Y~- e t t ple mild. ler.undr tement. .
and who can get from home to f in three thik they ouht to led the 'likes of young
seconds, can survive a stint of soldiering. But Mantle alone. He has offered up his body four
hat is not the point. times, now, for scrutiny. Every time they say
The point is that continued scrutiny by draft his bone condition makes him a bum risk for
boards, after being rejected more than twice, the services.
constitutes persecution. In time of war there This kind of thing rarely gets better. Whether
may be some excuse for rescreening, gradually It improves enough to make mantle eligible
lowering requirements, until they are taking seems unimportant in theory.
orsos. But this is no time of war and we have Selective Service is a harsh thing, since it de-
een running manpower mobilization lefthand- prives a man of freedom and sends him off to
d, if we have been running it at all. a barracks, where he parks his civil libe'tiUs
Mantle is a kid on the threshold of a great with his sports coat. When you are in there Is
areer in his chosen profession. It is not fair no way to get out. It seems to me it otight to
o keep him on the hook. work the same way in reverse.
If he is subject to draft, draft him, qnd let
im serve his time. If he is not subject to You t say to the board: Here am I gentle-
raft, tell him so and let him play baseball with men. Send me out for the physical. I pawu
free. mind. the tests, away we go. If I don't for heaven's
It's downright slow torture to keep a specter sake leave me alone, quit calling me bck to
f uncertainty always over a man s head. It answer tht eame tired questions, when y ou knew
an affect his digestion, his sleep and his liUe- I'm the shme lousy risk I was the l tite
hood. you had me up for fun, to make the
I was never personally subject to the vaari feel you're doing your duty. Hand me the so" -
f draft boards and the mystery that is national dier suit or leave me be.
Selective Service, having applied tor blue Mantle would have gone to boot camp like
ompers early in the last one. ay Oth.er kid if they'd accepted him .t tfirt,
But the people who did live under its balful se "nd, third or fourth summons.
rhim tell me it is like looking ever upward at .,H "ot r eight to beef, now, that his draft
poised ax. You can't plan. You can't .think i seeking self-importance at Mckey
eyond today. You Jst wait, to see wh** few ft nue's expense, because he cert4ainy hasn't
people are going to do with you. een hiding out from is bounden duty.


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NC M r-AT CHINESE LIGATION LAST ZNIG
"Na Cinese Legation ;entertained wIth. a .reE1ption las
evewma fromta $*0 to 7:00 at the Legation on Avelula General
Ban W. tn, Number 6, in commemoraon f the First Ani.-
vemlt*.of the Proclamation of the Chinese RepubUe.
.t .ts included high officials of PasamA_ and the Canal
4"e, the member of the Diplomatl ad Consular Corps
sad othdr friendga.,
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*Blala Mission To-
eChile IatmagjjailAR Nied
SThe Republic of Panama
*, pecalMIR"i to the Inaugu-
rati.n o re tdent-elect Carlo$
bas del Cmpo of Clle will
Sbe headed by Lieutenant ColO-
nel Alejandr Ros 6 who is
President of the National As-
sembly-.and the brother of His
SExeeleey, the President of the
Republic of Panamsa, Jose Anto-
nalo Remon Canters.
The other members of the
delegation ,Include. Mr. T. Ga-
briel Duque, former President
of the Republic of Panama; Mr.
Juan Galiid6, former Minister
of Labor, Public Health and So-
ia Secarity; Mr. Carries Ica
VAmbaIador of Panama to
C :hil;"d tidle Embassy Coun-
sellor, Mr Eduardo Alfaro Haes,
who will serve as secretary of
the special mission.
Mr. Duque and Mr. Galindo
will each have the rank of .Am-
ba-ssad0or E=traordinary nd
plenipotentiary.
Mr. Glover Is Visitor Here
Mr. Robert Glover, the Com-
"ercial Attmche at the United
States Embassy in Santiago,
c rle, arrived o the. Isthmus
reont1- y P a from Soutlh
Amertgafer a short visit to the
IethmU DerinW his tdy he Is
a tfts+iNotel Tivoli.
.* We a Return.i Monday .
Mrs. M si J. West, the wife
*CaLptain West, Marine Direa-
tr oa' the Panama Canal, 'Will
be among the #muenjers on the
S. panama, onday,.from
the. p veral .wee fo.'
with %elatave s i In A w
Uqach, Maryland. -
Mr. Fisher eturns from
Sis Fianamsco
Mr. Myron W.. Fisher Of. Bella.
,Vista returned to the Isthmus
today from a vaeatfon of two
months spent in San Francisco,
5CalfMrnia and other parts of
. the, west coast.
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dayevqninl at the Hotel El
Pnamnat ga meeting of the
Pan-American World Airways--
Panag Tratel Agents Council.
Thom attending. Included Mr,
William Bird. Senior Represen-
tative of Panap ; Mr. Homer
Ris, Represeptative of Panama
AgenAs; Mr. Edward Bretz, Re-


esentative of Pan-AmeriCan
orid Airways; Mr. William
Boyd, Boyd.Brothers Inc.; Mr.
Manuel J. pastillo, Colon Tra-
vel Agency; Mrs. C. S. Smith,
Persons Travel Bureau; Mr.
Carlos Saenz, and Miss Judith
Herrera both of Balboa Express;
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Janon, Tf-
voll Tours; and Mr. W. S. K.
Trapnell, Panama Tours.
Monthly. Tea To Be Held
At Spanish Embassy
The regular monthly tea for
the auxiliary members of the
Panama Red Cross will be given
on Monday afternoon at the
Spanish Embasy by the Coun-
tess de Rabago, wife of the Ak-
bassador of Spain to Panama.'
Music Groun To Meet
The Music Group of the -a-
nal Zone College Club will meet
on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Miss Dorothy Moody,
hostess for the evening, 0435-A
Frangilpani Street in A n c o n.
Mrs. W. A. Webb is in charge
of the program.
Rosary Altar Society To Meet
The Rosary Altar Society of
St. Mary's Church in Balboa
will hold their regular .month-
lyl meeting on Monday even.in
after Novena in St. Mary's Hall.
Fern Leaf Chapter To Meet
Fern Leaf Chapter, O.E.8. Noo.
,f till hold their regular meet-
the at: the Pero Mguel Lodge
Halbo on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
ABr Eastern Stars are cord ally
inted.
p1st Matrons To Meet In Balboa
The Past Matrons A~sciation



Reservation maybe made by
calling, Miss Grace WHilliams. at
3-1916; Mrs. Loretta Newhard at
5-472; or Mrs. Columbia Reiman
at 2-1603.
Gamboa, church 'assar
October 24
The annual baaar of the
Ganlboa. Union Churchwill be
held on Fridayi, October 24 at
the Gamboa Civic Center where
a "Jb y Mosetti" supper wil
be served bei ng at 5:00 p.m.
Attrmcton wll include an
Apron and Fancyworbooth;

phbnt Booth for which sales
will eginat :15 pm
T2ts are $1.00 for. adults
AMd Dcents for children. The
public Is cordially invited to at-
tend.
Reserve Officers Association
To Meet
A meeting of the Navy Pacific
Chapter of the Reserve Officers
Aasocl~ton will be held on Fif-
ay, Otober 7,at the Aeri-
canLegion Club. Dinner and re-
freshments at 7:30 pam. will be
followed by a business meeting
at 8:00 p=..
Mrs. Nush To Address D. A BR.
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet on Satur-
day, Octoberl 18 In, the Library
of the Jewish -Welfare Board
Center on La Boca Road in Bal-
boa at2:00 pan.m.
This regular fallmeng will
be thesfitheld under the aus-
of newly elected officers.
the slate is Mrs. Ru-
Sdolphi Ribelli of Cristobal,
DA.R. Regent.
L. es 'U speaker for the after-
noon ,lbe Mrs. ilton Lee
Nash Ot 0stun. Who .will discuss


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Ananor Area. e eombte, d an
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Bridge Tournament
maonWay evenming
sie Lregular bridge tourns-
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American Gu ld of Organists
Mleats 'Aonmgnt
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AnWA4can c4.iUi or urgarmds; wa
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Boira Center on La soca mad.
min alboa,
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Alpha Chapter
To meet* auesday
The regular bi-monthly
meeting or-the Canal Zone Al-
pha Unapter of Beta Sigma Phi
will be neld at the Uurundu
Sorority House on Tuesday Oc-
tober 1~, at 7:30 p.m.

New Staff Chosen

For JC Magazine
'Tropical Collegian'

The Tropical Collegian, the lit-
erary magazine of the Canal
Zone Junior College, has an-
nounced the election at a recent
Meeting of Betty Flumach of Bal-
bo., as editor-in-chief and 0.
Hendrickson of Balboa, as busi-
ness manager, for the current
year. Both are of the class of
1953.
Miss Flumach has elected as
her assistant editor Sonya Men-
dicta of Panama City and has ap-
pointed, other staff members as
follows: Anne Morrill, fiction eddt
tki; Charles Rhein, non-fiction:
Edgar Plumnmer, verse editor; K.
Jayne Butler, humol'-editor; He-
liana Filos, fine ardts editor;
liana Fi s, fine arts editor;
Mabel Chatburn, girls' sports
writer; Sonya Morley, chief ar-
tist; George Metivier, Duncan
Wong and Elvis Chung, contrib-
ut Alotist tJoyce- Chenalloy,
lyi Rinkldo, Adf ace, and
Uargueate lynh, technical as-
sgtants; Mary Stuart Jones,
Catherine pudd and Marilyi Du-
puts, hquirtng reporters.
The Tropical Collgian was
founded in 1937 and has appear-
ed monthly or bi-monthly ever
since. The first Issue of 1952-53
will appear about November 1.


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0 O "he said, "because that is the on-
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TRUMAN r IN, Oct. 11 (UP) President Tru- munist influence from the gov-
ernment and battle communism
man last night accused Dwight D..Eisenhower of under- in the minds of men throughout
.b h h dthe world.
mining, national morale by Charging the administration "The mistakesin foreign po-
with "blunders"-iti Korea. licy, and the Korean war itself,
"By attacking ourw efforts in Korea and calling them are the result of a complete mis-
conception of communism by
a blunder, he has valsed questions that strike a blow at Presidents Roosevelt and Tru-
saidin aman. by Secretary Acheson and
the morale.of free nations there," Mr. Truman said in a npredecessors," Tafty s and
whistle-stop speech at Albany, N.Y. "The Republican Party has al-
S Stumping tkrough New York state, Mr. Truman bore waysknown mthe doctrinefort in-
ternational communism for ex-1
down on his theme thatEisenhower is not qualified to be actly what it Is," Taft declared
President becusof his milif career.He quoted former Presidents
President because of hi military career. Harding, Coolidle and Hoover.,
At Albany, Mr. Truman cited old statements by both former se c r e a r y of state
Eisehower dnd :Gn. Douglas MacArthur to support a Charles Evans Hughes. and the
nclate Sen. Arthur Vandenberg iR-
contention that the Psident should always be a civilian. Mich., as warning about Rus-
TLt e stan aims and against recogni-
Mr. Truman said politicallead out"for What Republicans would tion of the Soviets as far back
res will never let a general have do to farm programs. as 1922 and as late as 1930.
he presidential nomlnationT if The candidate reminded his "Although in the last few years
they think they can win other- Olklahoma'audience of the state's our government has instituted a
wise. farm disaster in the 1930s. when so-called get tough policy toward
"The politicians nominate en- dust, drought and depression Russia in foreign affairs, and
erals inhope that military glam.droVe many farm families west- has reluctantly dismissed a few
our will fool the people, and keep ward. Communists," Taft said.
them from thinking about the Democratle administrations' "Its reluctance to admit the
issues," Mr. Truman said. farm .programs returned the mistakes of the past and its ab-
Mr. Truman said that at the dust bowl to fruitful produc- solute refusal to cooperate with
time he believed Eisenhower was tion, he said, and."It happened Congress do not give us any as-
qualified to be President, "I because ',we had a President surance that the Democrats are
thought I could rely on his in- with a great heart for the peo- finally awake to the dangers
tegrity." o pe's welfare and I mean whose existence they have deni-
Fernlin D. Roosevelt. ed for so many years."
S"Whatever else happened," Stevenson told the Oklahoma Taft said within a year af-
Mr. Truman said, "I thought editors America must guard a- ter Democrats took office In
he would defend the laiterna- galnst the least sign of weakness 1933, infiltration of govern-
tional policies he had done so because 'the Kremlin can change m e n t b y Communists was
much in his military career to its signals again.' flourishing, and the R e d s t
hall create and put into ef- The policy of collective strength "went after the labor unions U
feet. UNDAU1
or against thpt. Communist threat and obtained most effective a
"h Asworked soi well that we may results." an impm
"I thought he wcultd ad well heseeing this week in "Many of our policy makers at merry v
firmly behin th great defese tCalif., Stl
firm w e a reato dofef Mosdow a shIft in Russian po- Teheran and Yalta were bam-
effotweae makingg.tohold off y Which may bq of the great- boozled into the belief that corn-
Communist aggression and pr.;eStportance," he said. munism was a pretty good sys-
vent world war. b lied e Russians may have de- tern and its ideals largely those
ontougive firm support to our cided that their aggressive po- of America," Taft said.
on. dto the bravert to noulicies have been too risky, and "The Far Eastern division of
alieand to the brave men who that they have more to gain by the State Department is still
aI t lng against aggression honey than by vinegar. inspired.., b strong prejudice in
in area" "I said 'may have" but that favor of Chinese Communists"
"But this is not the case." is at least a possible interpreta- --
At Rochester, Mr. Trum an tion of Stalin's recent statement. DAUGHTER CAUSES DIVORCE


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simmer resort. Barker and Miss Morrow are among Ho1ly-_
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7he Republicans in this only time will tell."
th are telling more half Stevenson'S reference was to
-and more deliberate, un- Stalin's statement that the East
ed lies-tthan in any oth- and West can live together in
ogti in my recollectiOn. peace. It was made at the open-
Republican nominee, Mr. ing of the Soviet Congress.
t said, "is going around The candidate said Americans
utry m a k in g loose must not be deluded by Soviet
About Communism in the attempts to re-establish the
,ent" when "he knows united front.
"But I do see a chance of long.
knows that for years the run Improvement provided we
nent has had an effective standfastly pursue our present
m to keep Communists out course.
government service,", Mr. course might all be sadly alter-
Ssaid. ed i the Republitans winin No-
vember and proceed to do what
awile iy Alahoa Ciy e-they sa! they will do," Stevenson
s aid in Oklahoma CitY
uian vitory in No."sallw..-
r~aj~wsek~Ieu e#-Of let-
I" onlA.-VonId sel- Mw V lU. ha
Vproma," and put- the .w woui 00 4 U g"Ifwelh-
ron -2 r road to dis- ed our d~f ens. sad foreign ask
sistance program--the Krem-
d4he suspects the secur- Un can change its signals a-
gram has worked well e- gain."
to point Russia toward Meanwhile Ben.-Robert A. Taft
round of soft talk with blamed the Korean war and
ited States. As evidence "mistakes" in foreign policy on
Sthe recent "peace" talk "a complete misconception of
det Premier Josef Stalin. communism" by President Tru-
e current Soviet Congress man and Franklin D. Roosevelt
in Moscow. and their secretaries of state.
Democratic presidential Taft concentrated on commu-
t's remarks came In anism ina speech at a "Bill Xen-
n talk to 100 Oklahoma ner Day" Republican rally sup-
per editors. porting the re-election of Sen.
r, he spoke to a crowd William E. Jenner (R.-Ind.) He
at the plaza before Ok- said recognition of Russia in
City's municipal audI- 1933 was "the beginning of a de-
warning voters to "look monstrated softness to commun-
ism."
~Taft said tha softness "both
domesticall and in foreli af-
fairs" has lasted up to this day.
"We must elect Eisenhower,"


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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departure;


Alabama Democrats Defend The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840
White Supremacy Rooster Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
o FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Oct. 11 bama election ballots as long BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
-(UP)- Alabama Democrats as present-day voters can re-
defended their "white suprema-'member. OF SOUTH AMERICA
cy" rooster label on the ballot' Gessner McCorvey of Mobile.
today as a traditional symbol States Right leader, said the TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
after Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of'emblem has been used since TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
New York said it branded the "the real people of Alabama M.V. "SALINAS" ...............................Oct. 20th
party nominees with "rankest redeemed their state under the. M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ....Oct. 29th
hypocrisy." leadership of George S. Houston TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
D wey pointed Wednesday in 1874 from carpetbag and
night Jn a radip and television scalawag government after the HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA
broa-dcast to the Alabama party Reconstruction era." SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
symbol. a crowing rooster underT R L-
a banner proclaiming w h it e The emblem was adopted by. M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* (18,000 Tons) ..... Nov. 22
,suprenmacy." |the "Democratic and Conserva- TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
tive Party" which then cham-
He accused Alabama S e n. pioned a fight against Negro S.S. "KENUTA" .................................Oct. 18th
John J. Sparkman, the Demo- control of the state's vote such ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
cratic vice presidential nomi- as occurred during Reconstruc- NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
nee, of "spending his whole life tion after the CivUi War. TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
fighting to suppress the rights TAttorney Hugh Locke of Bir- S.S. POTARO" ............................... Oct. 28th
of American citizens" under the m gham, a States Riht lead- M.S. "DURANGO" .............................. Nov. 8th
State party emblem. er, said Dewey's statement was TO UK/CONTINENT
"There it is," the Republican st another example of the! .S. "DIEMERDYK" .............................Oct. 10th
Se and tal demagoguery used by S.S. "LOCH AVON".............................. Oct. 24th
governor said. "he rooster anboth parties against the South." M.V. "DUIVENDYK" ........................... Oct. 27th
the banner of white suprema- "When a few more Negroes -N Oct
Cy... Ku Klux Klan... Jim v to th north the'll feel NOTE:-"Namex for third rlass accommodation to Kingston and Havana
l move to the north they'll feel'per M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" 22nd November will be
Crow banner... flying over the the same way we do," Locke taken 8:N a.m. on the 2nd October."
electors for Gov. Adlai Stev- said.
, enson and Sparkman." I Winton M. Blount. chairmen All Sallings Subject to Change Without Notice.
The "White supremacy" slo-f the citizenss for Eisenhower" PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Cristobal Tel. 1654/5
gan has headed the column ofremark won't heama D the COP FORD CO. INC. PANAMA-Ave. Per #55. Tel. 3-1257/8
Democratic candidates on Ala-ticket in the state "but won't BALBOA-Term. Bldg. Tel. 2-1905
'hurt us either."
Negro attorney Arthur Shores .
TAGAROPULOS of Birmingham, a leading Dem-
iocrat predicted Dewey's attack
)NDUSTRIES, S.A. on the party slogan will not
keep Negroes from supporting
Phones: Sparkman and Stevenson.
"The Negro voters will not
permit such references to triv-
1002 1003 alities to lessen their support
of the Democratic Party for the
No. 4041 Fco. Boyd Ave. overall benefits brought to the"
Colon, R. P. common man," he said. d B ee --or Highway Truckllt
F* RESH MILK Alabama is the only Sothern
FRESH BUTTER state with a "white supremacy" ROYAL UPERRBBE
label on its general election ROYAL UUPER-IBBED
RICl ICE CREAM ballot. Beneath the rooster is is best for over-the-.highway
thinanotherbanner containing the bus and truck operations
Everything Iwords, "For the Right."ere high speed, heavy
S... -Inspected by the The GOP elephant heading where high speeds, heavy
Health Department the Republican elector slate on loads and long runs build
HOME DELIVERY. the Alabama ballot carries the up excessive beat. The
slogan "America First." open shoulder stud
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EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Passenger Berths)

TO fUROPE:
M.S. Chili ................... ...................... October 21
10 'O.lOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU & CHILE:
S.S. Port En Bessin ................................. October 14
FO CENTRAL AMERICA & WEST COAST U.S.A.:
"' M.S W ashington ...................................... October 21
PASSENG(LR SERVICE from NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH & I.E HAVE:
S.S. Ile De France ................................ .. October 29
PASSSN.I,.(t tUVIC. from CARTAGENA to EUROPE:
S.S. De Grasse ..................................... October 19
Captlubat. RENCH LINE, P.O Box 6sI1 ret. 3-2476 & 181
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M.1 Niew Books S t

iTHMIAN CHURCH r0uCES Newe BAgk
.A N by Lydia Kirk, wife of Rear Ad-
r nmiral Alan 0. Kirk who served. JA Y ON RID A
a-as the American Ambassador in hi
Ch ubhas of hea many itb*s the Caowl Ze and the terminal 0Ll Russia for three years, was one BY OSWALD JACOBY Si
aran leof o menaaC edl Colon Republic of Panme, extend a wclep t rCheS of the new books added to the Written for NEA Service di
Ttug t gsinc pe S g i aP and women of tb emed ryvic e, and to ehilleM ." Canal Zone Library shelves dur-
A T-I. MMeacd Maers. And 56VICeS ing the past week.
,"sN a lMk se -ice. Their Penama Amerwsa IIsts below, by The new book gives a different
,oc de*mbiNom, attles sat squs of worship end oth. seller aet ra Apatm t a din~ r view of life in the Soviet Repub- NQKIT (D) 4
An A"otings eIra. Ied tJ from time to time. Deeminatias having Panama Monday .ctur ad b. 116. Mrs. Kirk's husband served 6A
S service* enly-eo t w eoTagregation are listed undo "Otbe. Chlcn And- 1Jsuschrt rt O etaterg ay as the envoy to Russia from 1949 73
teBala, Slee.A spmliel liethlng i Included f Nrvices et Army pes Saint (Mormon) alabs. C.L until this year. Her new book *AQJ742
tA Fp.m. Ar rce beeM nd Navel stations Sunday Schoo 110 S drives a woman's view of the day- 4 A Q 10 4
Mariita Gm. Miaiste. church secreters and ehplensu em kd to ane Ast JW Armd Force ervie Centr to-day living in Russia, not of- WEST BAST
our viltat the news desk by Wednesday neon at the latest of any changes er on Sace tR6ad. ten found in political chronciles 4QJ10908 6K 52
to liberal te -mg i's hen cpee a of the country. VJ 5" Vo64
reusio vice. The complete list of new books 109653
--........... "- CHURCH oNr,- ca as announced by the Library fol- 7 53 4 &8*
tl EI 0 Balboa Road. Balboa ow: SOUTH
Sait athlic Episcopal w epuae 0 Social Sciences: This American 6 8743
p (Listed belowrtheCatoucChu rchesANCOt C Bbe CSUNDAY 8RVIo People-Johnson: and The lost VAKQ 10
&n the Canal Zone add thce'in the tr. T3 CATHEDRAL 0 F1 LUKIr Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 n. language of sumbolism-Bayley. K
XEINAL ArAPTII' LHUMsIvS Sinal cties of Panans and Colon whose SUNDAYS Preachnb and Communlon .... 7~ 00 ADnlIed Science Hydrclectric 4C 6 2
POoemm 6. a-o. v d aredprimariy glish.Holy Onunlon .........73oam itIScience:DHydrcWlectric
eidetha edral in C Sch'ooand AdultBible Study ..... W*dn sda ID *1 m handbook Creager; and The North-South vuL
ia ads pt. G enm .lthe Cathedral of the Lanu: b Class ............... 9:30 am. Ladle Bibl Class Thursday 9:30 a.m. trick of growing house plants in North -an South West
npr at. w a Ce inception in and nu. M Prayer and er 10:45 ain.m.
*a.tm ,. Ix V* .rIh S ita chureha In botclUi w Firt Sunday of the Month CHURCH 0 CHO! sl-OMe LUrt1tas every window-Naumberg. 1 Pass IV Pass
Slcsc. eom makingng visitors, thoub Holy Communion and Ser- SUNDAYS: Literature: Invaders of earth- 2 4 Pass 3 Pass
iln tad 'pa.J their e g sat on. are orlmariy Span. mon ....................... 10:45 a.m. We meet m the American Leglon Hall Conklin; ahd Christ in poetry; 4 Pass 5 paSS
i'**,atb'oIrat vt 0*Ws,' tsh-sp g.> gEvening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m. in tront of the Clubbouse. 5 N.T. Pass 6 Pass
W0 EDNESDAYS and Holy Days Morning Worship 10:45 am, a anthaO C Pa
mat bo t w.v. a... ..i n ePass0P s to m ar o so w Krk ;
d ve s b .., S sT. MART' Holy Communion .......... 8:30 ain. Visitor welcome. Travel. Biography, History: P Pass
SMa ^S Sunday Sch ool a alboa Ladie Bible Study at G etup. Postmarked Moscow -Kirk; Di- Opening lead-6 Q
s sya-m:. S.10:0oLM CIWTO O .P. Phone Gatun 416 or L Gulick0N
orl avcea tam1b. cocorO SAVIOIh 1 ary of a young lrl Frank; and .
Swithgd A Lnhol ndayMsse: 0 0 r SL A. NaCoTheodora and the Emreror; the
at- 6: 0a1Ln1" o0.Comun.i..C. uMUNITn CHRCO drama of Justinian -Lamb: and I know that there are more op-
S IConfiong: Saturda 0. 0 church School 9 30 am. Chaplain Ralph C. Wilson The Chattanooga country, 1590- timists than pessimists, because
oA t7 0.P 60o 1 0 -f -- t lrs Prfisrnt 1M aimt Sunday Phone 87-621 .1951--Govan. practically everybody misplays
7:M ,-. 8.00pm.._ (I.C. Sundy In the month Sunday Schoo, ................4
.MIraulou Medal Novena-Monda t g Pples Vesper ServLe 4: Morning Worshln ........... ,:00 Fiction: Hermsprong: or man the type of hand shown today.
"as eu :o vodm* a .0.mw ay Cvening Worshipo...............7:00 as he is not Base: Behind the The good pessimist always makes
maRa AC HEARgChou Rees 7 a. crimson blind.l Carr: Wake the the slam contract; a good opti-
............4 a. a. Ancon A House of Prayer for all poop* OLD CATHOLICK CHURCH sleeping wolf.i Denniston; The mist comes a cropper.
... 10:40 udy Mu -.". 70. *el a. ph3et Th. Arlho secret road Lancaster: Murder, West opens the queen of spades
Holy, D ay s.1:30.o7. Co0fe ssi : AtuS.:WO.No
ser vice..0 ......... oP. Confession.: Sat uday T p.m. COCOLIoly Eucharist: Sunday at 130 am repeat murder.j MacKinnon: and dummy wins with the ace.
gesSl.o s. F 1 u:S .Ed or rst Church Or St. Andrew Tuesdayn. Wednesday nd rhuradavy The Alexandrians Mills: and The optimist lays down the ace,
Rail S0. N. mew-ag Sacred Heart evous-ridaY e ster cSaaent o Unction (H eln S. The judgment of Paris Vidal. king, and queen of trumps in the'
R .DASn tfl1 CHURCH p.m Huoly Commumnon 7:30 a.m vice) First Sunday of each month at hope of dropping the jack. In
e tut TA r. AiS Sundav Scdo :30 4n. 70 n i -. C n this case he has no such luck

7:3 pn Tuesdays at 7:4 p.. Moria devo. n raeohBizarre Seffningc c heskn of
S .v H! .. COBOA ommunion .........' ,.2 diamonds and entering dummy
". '.* 1 m aM or30 :0 p .rturdays Go P.yh.erd FdW..n at No.11mou1:oa40
"- :0n .c A tm unS yi a friday; aMono.,n Service am ........... ..3or p. An artist was found slain- today cards on dummy's top diamonds.
S.... ,as: e20|am SrC. H aa.. Frida.. Hy A.C.mmunionT .. d in as binthre a dr.bttln e as any he West promptly ruffs, however,
CoelfwlMm S Satsu~rday pm nendr Roill c.bl'u aBd pray ever painted for television crime and is then able to cash two
S AH is: Sa. i : p -Ra metnsh a .......... o o.ma. shows. spades to set the slam two
-da at r: p mC. Ct. Sc'h Church vices at.................. o The body of Sanford TlllTs. 30, tricks.
ua wlt r cut Sunday Z0 s110 Rev Lemuel B. Sbhrley. Priest a. Litany rain. and scenic artist and TV bit actor,
oly mumo......... a. So ro............. om was found under a burning stu- The pessimist does not hope to
A..Te. Sunday School ............ pmO. -"t............3
8'0 .. l rreYouth OrganIa t ouons i:00 & :00 on BAA CNTR.. dmio couch, the head bashed l and capture the jack of hearts. After
S rAT an : Gr AMM BA 1 am. euG4s hand Sunda y Aeet bound with elec-Bi winning the first trick with dum-
M:ul3 p. : t.-o Woet4 Sauxda Py........7 p.- 3 panamt Cty tr cord. my's ace of spades, the pessimist
... .... .:, WiggAa t. t S ul Church vim at ............................010tricks.

nt: "^a 5-.W, P. a d and 4th Tura. 8th P & ront dStreet.d es^Colon every His ground-floor apartment on Immediately finesses the ten of
ADE ** eg ,aes: o 13-Ual Ameri-c a S aLeuelaraB) the w.Pst side of Manhattan was hearts. When this finesse loses to
o ne~ ~a.a ,o m. .a.- u n.-- O b i -e t n e v e r y M o n d a y a t :3 0 a w r e c k to r n u p a p p a r e n t ly 'In a t h e j a c k o u r p e s s im is t is n o t a L
Cl"P Church away lroahom e- .. ....... ca LA BOCA f m..5,d classes ever Thur.nday s f oerc e ntrus tle
*haaj. Peter' s cm i ndAlton Rd"ua 7Ch0cp e.-"Tlit 4E.M p.m
SW. W e Ybyout htessun y tMes: 6ss0. &0 .. o Leuel B Shirley Pre't SAmA'l CENTER d Tills, w th e painted sets for
.P fHoly D ws Al 05 Pae.' S. a.m.-Holy Communion. 7:30 .m All ae cordially invited crime and other TV sbhowns or
s.f... -,ol.........1'0: a2m.: 8:00 .u0. 1 a.m.--ou Iy0 '-ae -- er NBC and played small roles In "YOU CAN HONOR THE
annA, .... 0pn... f -Hol y a a &hm.. HS a .. Sv eith DBV them, was found by fireman in
V.sinBA WS .... W.. Aus rygay e.e pnD. _pp-oita DadtI si a pool of blood from a forehead
1 ... ....: ...........2 P6L, Wna Dsr d LA.ALL. x and& aS Adventist wound. The coucon had b Ien f e se tt
"M m11a. B. Ai .m.a Wednezr rad Fr .m.; Uheaved over his body and setac- i s I s
"o I 3 Girlsr y L0 C ld .yh unuarcr a m rst Third w a fire. Another fire burned In a
-(ot pudayMans:M8311am.re. LeueSdSy ldo V lRA h.rl at 1. e-I'hdDwnYit
HSar. .........1 Ma l .. m. 0 a 5.maNmes 5oo5 a 03.3 atde Chh cooodi. alV vAtedR bedroom chair piled high With
ls e SM., *,C S s -jenS Sron md gB andn wermed bsm ll r l- folws:agazines and Clotohig. le
eM S, t _t_ o a o.rtu rday Sabbeth Schoot .O0 a.m An autopsy report said TImI 9:30 a.m.-Bible S
..... abuISie asC.DiineOR W ON I eahChhrc'


70 PM o e y0#.00j IdA a o p M I B p ma p.. Wed l f l d r m f e a
fM"as .oma--.... ...C M.......... 1t:d.M. .uDtL. -Antistowoicsad.The had.'bean

am' -- ..ChurcBe Ua>k>. Dim beaten with a heavy table leg Ch
.Mae Ma ............s a-M C ,. AhemL ho Vede. AvT j. O Da found at the scene. r oa Dt:-
__ __ _._ _d_ as.a Os- o Sumn Sohailo .Hii. o; Robbery apparently was not 6:30 p.m.-Baptist
ens Ba 40Pin ueo4:40Vo only).N-L liceD I
S6".. Se ..l. : -. Rsado tho Tis'fth 7:30 p.
am-n l S o 4^ c --Compiling M P.M. Panama S enics mah Church J. m. a g- insisted It was the only one he
Ik UumoDU CBURCE puCBs aeu BlW.. D. A. Om Pasor n- Tillis'father. Henry, who oper- Pastor W. H. BUeby-Spel
Rev5 B n..aySaft.. w.....5:4St arda 10- a Sb ad Sn AtSc i1:Cak. Dn ate tailor shop, said hI son EVERYBODi WE.
16t^h 5n tS sovie Tlurdl s ovs ... ,-S.o p. EveSn10SSn43Prayer: d and4t c,. s ~ did noft have a "steady glc" and WE PREACH CHRIST -
otiTo *or w *nsd Mody % m AMiL unry ut a C-chrch: Coo Bnclh, Third Se doubted any romance figured In
Zone I 'ERROe ona100Av.-Bible Losture CPm Wtabd.l Spanh. 1th st. A dlb the slayinfig
NmN- taThWednesday: n-mb Girs friendly e th St. & oythy- i
..... S IPr. wllim 5. FlPo c _____ __,,,_St. s hn
.... i .... ... .. ....... -. J fo n St. Peter's W om en

Cos-p "-SB "o"y Ba.'u ? AG St. To Commemorate
T=0 m.-NeyS 9 and em ...7...MSTtA10Si loan. Rev. C A, CsagweflcB S eta^ o p Xrt. L sm A nn:0ers

( Uuz say e Sat. cSamm. ocaoad salba.Ce oNawthaC 37 Acommemorate their 37th annsver-
every at. ?HI !r (3 B arry A Mel sary this Sunday with a corpor- sto e ehi3 a i -
iAC Y CIwOI CHUC- (OppT?'e da a rid. 5 0. ate communion by the members
,= a 1<"" *1 --- "C CMR evhD A. O--e ac L c C. %no. Pru AI.Atm .iz l. at the Choral Eucharist at 7 a.m. W .H ee y S
S.eas. .iS m 600 a -Holy Communon r. Wa- Po* t Bases Listed as celebrant and preach-
Sat."7.10. 9:00 n-,. Choral Euch.r.5t and Sermon er at this service is the VenerablesE O
uiiivii viiuiHoly Day Me. l-___ -Fr. CookSOO And Stations Lnuel B. Shirley, rchdeacon of\s
uI.iftfMs.mM ith Mlrcelotaedal u1 nw-- --10:30 am c hurh School aPanama and he will be assisted
maa.sAedgyWandd *=* rc. SommunIon :3 p .m.neaso"g and sPACiit SiDb by the Rev. John S. McDuffie, .R
CIAtebat aI ndi s'I6M FA 1& Ca.10 h phm. 6 Hol CommunSon-I. Cook- FORT AMAI3ORSh, deany romance
wz.4 H a c 3 l' dA -. W.'...T.. a...............00 -Morning prayer follows at 10
foie owseue B Il 1 .. e 1l1. ater which the churchRl \CO O \ \
_o oS, .r Ms ,oea.-. Js rt 9:00 s. wU Sud .A- fC. SMo, S ..... .... aS0 rowlebep upils will assemble In a
PANAMAay oB ocaeam. WaBalb oaCZ RucbaiNo
s-j*^^4jW^oa.aI4.. Fri. "- 7:15 00 8 .: 00p. Worshp11 *" ,n...... -........ .. r wlbe persSp.m., M\
Hmstrtody. emver m I t." a at 7 pm.manp3lsthnd niversa ruBnid So .............. .
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it surprised. He never expects to get his discards on dum& -
In a finesse! monds. W.
Now, however, West cannot de- CHAIRMAN TEACUM
eat the contract. If West tries to WACO, Tex. -(UP)- -
ontinue spades, dummy's re- University has a new i=*
gaining trump will stop the suit. in charge of a course for
nd, of course, South likewise sisters. He is Dr. W. W. M
as control of the other suits, who also happens to be <
south can easily regain the lead, men od 'baylor's board of
raw the rest of the trumps and tees since 1948.


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leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


Lewis Service
#4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Morrison's
SFourth of July Ave.-Pnone 2-0441


Salon de Belleza Americano
#55 West 12th Street


Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, S.A.
#3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 "H" Street corner Estudiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Houisehiold Do y eu ve a drnkin probleo-
. .. Write Akoholi- Aeonymows. 1e01
FOR SALE: -- One Quortermaster w Alc he A
resseLr, one quartermaster sd-de 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
board, 6 blonde oak, kitchen DR. .W[NDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
chairs. Phone S3-D24. Estudiante street No. 140 Between
I. P'K- and "J Street. Phone 2-
FOR SALE.-9 Ft. 60 cycles Shelva- 3 Pcnama.
dor Retf gerator, three years guar -49 -U-_O S
nnee, R2D, Rousseau. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS
OR D odsp ..e FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
FOR SALE: Coldspot refrigerator one way $85, round trip $135 (15
9 cub:c feet, porcelain inside andne way- t $85, unood one year);
our, needs repairs, $50 0each; 2 to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.
sindrle bed frwall dmesks, 5.00 each 2 15, round trip $252.35, 90 day-
children s wall desks, 05.00 each, m Ponoma Cispatch Service,
te',phone Balboa 3433. limit Panama Dispatch Service,
tehoneBoboa opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pon-
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- ama 2-1655.
ator 9 ft 25 cycle. Electric fun. -..
16 in. 25 cycle. Table model ra- BIds wll be received in the office
-.io, 520 00. 6 sheets Ceillotex of the Supply and Service Direc-
'1581-A, Gavilon Area, Balboa. tor, Balboa Heights, or General
-." Manager. Commissary Division, at
(0R SALE:-Twin mahogany beas Mount Hope, Canal Zone, until
,,o springs or mattress. 1 quarter- 3 .00 p. m. Wednesday, Novem-
master mottre3s and spring. ;611 ber 12, 1952. when they will be.
A Diablo. opened in pubhc, for furnishing
FOR SALE:-Phlco refrigerator witr 2.200 fat beef steers, from Feb-
freezer locker. I dining table and ruarv 1. 1953 through July 31.
f. our chair (quartermaster i 2 I 93 Forms of proposal, with full
chest drawers. 1 chaise lounge particulars, may be obtained in
Eleanor Wine. Tel. 2-4234 Apt the ofi,-e of the Supply and Ser-
0431-E. Frongipani St. vice Directcr, Balboa Heghts, or
of tne General Manager, Com-
FOR SALE:-Large ElizGbeth Period mis-ary Division, Mount Hope,
9 piece cak dining set, 3 piece. Canal Zone.
livingroom set, needs reupholster--;
ing, 9 It. porcelain Coldspot re- Travel via "AREA," "the Route of
frigerator. console type, G. E the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE
rnlio and misc. household effects IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND
Tel., 2-4419 House 1546-A, COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI,
tango St., EIlboo. $67.00 ...NEW YORK, $101...
GUAYAOUIL, $75.00.. ..QUITO
FOR SALE:-Until Tuesday. Leav-i $86.00 Round trip MIAMI. $i20.
ang ':thmus, apartment furniture 60...NEW YORK $208.60 ....
sofa, 2 upholstered arm chairs, 2| GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI-
small tables. Droo leaf table. 4' TO, $154.80. BOEING 4-engine
chairs. Small wardrobe. Bed. com- planes. For more details see PAN-
p;ete. Vanity, chair, desk, 4 word-i AMA. DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo-.
rcbes. Rocking chair. Standing site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2-
fan, 2 standing lambs. 3 ironic 1655.
tn bl?. Phillips radio. Can be se-n -
daily from 10 to 12 m. "F" Strec; FOR SALE
corner of "G" Lo Florida Building F SAE
Apt. 5. "El Congrejo," Panama. MitCelltunesus
FOR SALE: Dining table, corner S ---ieppe,
cabinet, end tables .22 cal. rifle FOR SALE --- Fine puppies, large
iti sc.pe. 212-B Pedro Miguel breed, cross, short hair, $5,00 and
Phone 4-506. M $6.00. Panama American Settle-
.- .. .. --- merit, 9th street final, Parque Le-
OR S LE:--Venetian blinds, white fevre, Vallarino family.
aluonum, with blue tapes, sizes'w : --7
5-65 x 56; 1-40 x 56; 2 441 FOR SALE:;-Super Defiant" Sx 25
x 56; 3--43 x 72; 1-40 x 62 Hallicrofter radio, $35.00, ca r
House 1527-A Almond St. Gainm- heater $12.00. House 104-X B,
boa Area. Gomboa. Telephone 6-398.
FOR SALE: 1948 Westinghouse IFOR SALE:-Winchester model 12.
rrrSAerator. 9 cu. ft., 25 cycle. pump shot gun 12 gauge. H & R
5125.00. Mahogany von.ty dresserI Target pstol, 22 caliber, Corona
large mirror,. 50.00. Mahogany stei!ing portable typewriter. House
bureau wardrobe for child, $20. 2132 Apt. B, 6th St. Curundu,
00. House 207-A. Rio Grande St.. Tel. 83-5279.
Pedro Miguel. Tel. 4-563. FOR SALE: Electrical new Home
J sewing machine, console, with bot-
R tonhole attachment. 548-B, Cu-
PERSONALS rundu Heights.


HUMAN ENGINEERING
Corrective Adjustment of the Body
Structure. George D. Barb, Jr., No
1, 7th. St. Tel. 2-3833, by op-
pointment.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE-Old upright piano, re-
cen|!y repaired on dtuned $95.00.
Large table, sideboard, desk, all
steel, 1 16-A, Jadwin Ave. Gam-
boo.
The Caribbean Air Command
Welfare Fund offers for sole the
following type of material:
Rock cork insulation; Occoustic
cement; theater stage floodlights;
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ropper tu uiung; ushnngs; electric
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE BECAUSE conduct and cutouts; copper wire;
,: OF HEALTH abesfos cement transit pipe; val-
$8,000.00. ves I 14" to 4", etc. Sealed bids
Coml .pjtely furnished horre wtih for part or oll of this excess pro-
Tested4-Drinking Water, Bottled Goa perly may be submitted until 3:30
and Etctric plant on beautiful plot P. M. 20 Octpber 1952 to Cus-
of larnd with good road frontage on todian, CAirC Welfare Fund,
Trans-4sthmion Highway. Well care Room No. 113, Building No. 861,
#or rliid house containing 1 Icrge Albrook AFB, C. Z. Property to be
and I small apartment. 3 car garage sold is located in building No.
utility building and unused poultry 672, Albrook AFB and may be
house, m.all buildings with concrete inspected during the hours 7-12
foundations. Approximately 700 gal-; A. M., and 1-3:30 p. m. Monday
Ion stItl water tank on concrete thru Friday. Lists of the excess
tower, many bearing fruit trees property may be obtained by cal-
miscellaneous tools and equipment ing the Office of the Custodian,
LocateO approximately 23 mrilesfrom CAirC 'Welfare Fund, Albrook
Co:on, .1st house on Colon side ofi 5 125.
Gtfor fuci bridge Frd S. Bitter. FOR SALE -One 25 cycle 3-4 ton.
for further information cali Balboa Philco Air Conditioner, have mo-
2-1502 --- tors for 60 cycle operation. 3
S -' I- choice adjoining lots, 190 meters,
Halfi ak CoAnviled LGo Cumbres. Phone 2-3193.
SSALE- Two handmade crochet
btedspreads. $30.00, pair.
For afing Wife's -le- $30.00, pair.
FO SALE: Pano Wurltzer, prac-
er Appea new, condition A-, of 10-
io e;r, Appeals 0 Roesevelt and 10th St. up-
S_ 'stair Colon.


LOS- ANGELES, Oct. 11 gUPi FOR SALE-Parade Drum $15.00.
Haback "Tank" Younger ofi Upright Pian.o $75.00. Newha00.
the La Angeles Rams is appeal-I 8124-A, Marga$rita. Newhod
Ing a t4-day jail sentence for al-;- -- _
legedli beating his mother-in-, FOR SALE Lwn mower $15.00.
law. baby carriage $15.00; baby jump-
Th4 National Pro League star ler chair $3.00; baby bed screen-
was cOnvicted yesterday in a Los ed sides $15.00. House 8036-C,
Angelft court. Younger, was 'oAargot phone 3-2312
cha rg with beating Mrs. Nea-IFOR SAL Baby carriage Used 6
theoli Olermo, who lives with months. Phone 2-488 Use 6
her d ghter and son-inelaw. e.t 9-C"
A te-thousand-dollar bond -- __...
was Msted so that Younger
Should 'ly to Green Bay for M C
game FMtb the Packers tomor- Iethodist Sunday
,School To Present

| Play October 29
IT A play entitled "*According to
SDoye" will be presented by the
I rWesley Methodist Sunaay School
on Oct. 2.
S plo.i The program. which eommenc-
Acne. 'A---) es at 7:310 pm. Promises to be
i* -'"?."4 or__r-.pj wit Uot to the M ere %ill also be
melA" t weh m insr tr performed by the
a- reubls* pupils of Uay School.
.n Mr.W Alfredo Morris

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FOR SALE
Autoniiites
Service Persornl and Civilian
Government Employe
Insist on
Government Employ*e Finonc Co.
When you finoanc your now
or used car.
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automebile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4955
FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencios Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panamo 2-4721.
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FOR SALE:-1952 Hudson Hornet
Club Coupe, Radio, OD, WS leather
upholstery, see at 723 B, Nicobar
Street Cocoli.
FOR SALE:-1949 Packard Sedan,
4 door. Perfect condition. Call of-
fice hours. Tel. 2-1831.
FOR SALE: --M. G. Roadster 1951
" in very good condition, cream co-
lor red upholstery. Apply "Porras"
Plaza 5 de Mayo, Panama, Tel. 2-
2638.
FOR SALE:--1938 Ford Sedan, as is,
where is, $95.00; without tires and
battery. $25.00. Telephone Bol-
boo 3433.
FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1948 Station
Wagon, new engine, four door,
duty paid. Call Panama 3-2333.
FOR SALE: Or trade: American
Convertible, 1952 Morris Minor
Convertible,' 3,000 miles. 8029-C
Margarita, phone 3-2947.
FOR SALE:--Car Nash 4 Door Sedan
1938, $150.00. House 965 Apt.-
D, La Boca.
FOR SALE: -- 1946 Plymouth De
Luxe, four door sedan, first class
condition, $760. 510-C, Curun-
du Heights, 83-4243.
FOR SALE:-Red Pontiac convertible,
purchased Dec. 1949. Hydromatic
W/W 23,000 miles. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 86-5235.


FOR SALE:-1942 Packard 4 Door
sedan, duty paid, $250. 0790,
Apt. 20, La Boca, owner leaving.
FOR SALE:-1940 Buick, good con-
dition. Leaving for States. Phone
Navy 3146.
FOR SALE: 1932 Ford car, good
running order. Reasonable. House
604, Tamorinda Ave., Cocoli. All
day Saturody and Sunday a n d
evenings.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac Super
DeLuxe Catalina. Duty Paid. For
Details. Call Balboa 4211.

Position Offered
WANTED: Salesman or saleslady,
wanted for large concern. Excel-
lent working condition, good so-
fory. Write Casa Fostlich, Box 323,
R. of P. stating age and expe-
rience.

LESSONS


Spanish lessons, Mrs. Romero conver-:
sationol system. Estudiante St. 77.-
A, No. 2.

WANTED
Mis cellaneoji
WANTED:-American couple would
like vocation quarters on Atlantic"
side, from 1st. November on. Call!
3-2457.
WANTED:-Car salesmen whole or.
part time, must be alert. Phone
Panama 2-3330.
WANTED: American girl desires
room in Canal Zone. Phone Hotel
Internoc onol Room 308,
WANTED TO BUY-A folding wheel
choir for adult. Call 2-6393.
WANTED: Western saddle. Must
be in good condition. Phone Bal-,
boa 1585.


WORK WANTED:-Reliable English
speaking woman wants to cook1
and housekeep for working couple.
Call 6-287, before noon.

Deluxe Yacht Trip
To Portobello
Slated For Oct. 21
i


On Tuesday, Oct. 21, the Colon
Chamber of Commerce will spon-
sor a "deluxe" yacht trip to Por-
tobelo for the benefit of, those
persons who have not seen the
procession of The Black Christ
which takes place at 8 p.m.
A lunch has been chartered
and will leave the Strangers ClubI
In Colon at 2 p m. to give visitors
time to go ashore and see the'
ruins in the daylight.
At dusk lunch wlll~k served on
board and then backTo shore for
the procession. The fare is $10
and includes the lunch.
Only a limited number can be,
accommodated. Those ntereted
'should contact the Colon ChaIm-
her of Commerce. Tel. Colon 5W7,
or Fred Busch Balboa 4394.



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RESORTS
Gramlich Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, ga s
stoves, moderate rotes. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clota with an
Oceanview from oil cottages. Steps
to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 Balboa.
ATTENTION: All rents reduced
on Foster's furnished cottages, One
mile beyond Santa Clara, private
road to beach. (Bring own linens).
For information call at Dogmor's
No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone
Panama 2-1070.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished residence,
office, livingroom, diningroom,
porch, interior patio, 3 bedrooms,
with air conditioned, hot water,
kitchen, moid room, big garden.
Price $27 5..00. Tel. 3-3444, after
6 p. m. or phone 3-1477, during
office hours.

FOR RENT
A apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurrished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. t0th Street,
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
completely furnished 3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms, servant's roonr with
both, living-dining-room, cold and
hot water. 200 dollars. No. 17,
47th. East Street.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Willys motor convert-
ible for boat. 14-10 prop. Stainless
shaft. CO-2 fire ext. Other items,
best offer. 1581-A, Govilan Area,
Balboa. /
FOR SALE-Electric Motors 25 cycle;
1-5, 1-4, 1-2, 3-4, and i hp.
60 cycle 1-2, and 2 hp. Also
several slow speed 25 cycle mo-
tors 1445-A Owen St. 2-3630.
FOR SALE. 20' x 40' boot shed,
33' Cypress hull, Chrysler Crown
Marine Engine, power saws, pine


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Zone Rent Corn WhetLe
(Continued from Page 1) C. W heat LC
"write your Cogess m & Fn" S F
campaigns are effective. For US Harvest
Congressmen themselves urge
their constituents to communi-
cate their views on the theory
that they have no other way of WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UP)
knowing when people favor or -The Agricultural lDepartment
oppose their actions, said today it expected the all-
It seems generally true that crop output this year to be the
the volume of mail must achieve second largest on record, only
fairly heavy proportions before it three per cent below the pearc
can be described as being really year ot 1948.
effective. The department said that
Truly aroused citizenry how- "mostly satisactory to ideal
ever can have a strong voice in conditions for, mat ring and-
its government. harvesting crops during Sep-
Two sessions ago, for instance, tember" increased the prospec-
the House passed a bill regulat- tive crop volume nearly two per
ing the sale and distribution of cent.
natural gas which its opponents The USDA said the large all-
said would greatly increase the crop total comes from prospects
cost of gas to the consumers. of many anove-average crops
By the time the bill reached inclucting the second largest
the Senate, mail had started to corn ana soybean crops, above-
pour in from consumers who had average production of cotton,
pour in from consumers who had h tobacco sugarcane, sua
had time to study the bill and its hays, tobacco, sugar cane, sugar
effects. -beets, hops, pears, grapes, cher-
The bill passed the Senate, ries, cranberries and pecans.
buThe bill a was vetoed bythe Senate, he USDA forecast a 3,256,-
bnt was vetoed by the Presi- 550,000 bushel 1952 corn crop,
dent. an increase above the 3,185,-
The volume of mail was so 237,000 bushel crop in pros-
heavy by the time it was re- pect last month.
turned to Congress that enough The October crop report also
members switched position on raised the estimate on this
it to insure its defeat, year's spring wheat production,
Mail campaigns, in various de- forecasting a 236,331,000 bushel
grees of intensity occurred pe- crop. This compotes with last
riodically on renewals of price month's estimate of a 23b,705,-
rent controls. 000-bushel spring wheat crop.
It is significant in this instance The forecast for spring 'wheat,
that the final bill approved bushels of winter wheat already
the Conference Committee of the rested would brtotal
House and the Senate is usually hrvested, would b tring total
atrg bltha eh ywheatproduction tlVs year to
a stronger bill than either the 1,298,921,000 bushels. This would
House or the Senate's original be the second largest all-wehat
versions. cropon record.
Most Congressmen will admit
freely that mail from consumers Today's corn crop forecast
plays a large part in the final compares with last year's pro-
decision of this type of legisla- ductlon of 2,941,523,000 bushels
tion. and 10-year average output of
One notable failure of the mail 3,011,652,000 bushels. It would be
ca:apaign was that which fol- the second largest corn crop on
lowed President Truman's remov- record and help counter rela-
al of MacArthur from his Far lively shorter crops of some
East Command. other grains in meeting feed
The record-breaking amount needs of near numbers of live-
of mail and telegrams that hit stock now on farms and ranches.
Washington during that contro- The crop reporting board
very much of it demanding estimated 173,566,000 bushels
the President's impeachment of corn, or 6.5 per cent oflast
Pad no effect. year's crop was stored on
farms on Oct. 1.


US Food Prices

Fell One Per Cent

From Sept 16-30
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UP)
-Retail food prices fell one per
cent in the last two week in
September in the sharpest de-
cline in about eight months,
the Bureau of Labor- statistics
reported today.
The bureau said an eight-city
survey showed a "general" de-
crease in food prices during the
period, led by a 3.7 per cent
drop in fresh fruits and veget-
ables.
The price decline put the new
retail food price index at 231.5
per cent of 1935-39 prices. This
was 1.8 per cent below Aug. 25,
when food prices reached re-
cord high levels.


'ad umperCrop

Spuds Up Too
O-
Last month te forecast was
for a 275,929,010 bushel crop
this year; lat year the cro
totaled 260,512,00 bushels, an
over a 10-year period tfaiters
average soybean production o{
202,068,000 bushels.
This year's potato crop was
estimated at 345,01,00 bushels,
up from last month's estimate
of a 337,085,000 bushel crop.
Last year's crop which fell short
of meCting needs this past
spring, totaled 325,708,000 bu-
shels. The 10-year average pro-
duction was 414,525,000 bushels.
i. The hay crop was expected
to hit 103,858,000 tons. This
compares with the 102,417,000
ton crop in prospect last month,
1951 output of 108,441,000 tons
and 10-year average production
of 101,012,000 tons.


Spill Of Spols May

Ireak Sbno-Rds

From Moscow OrbM
NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (WUP)
Th6 problem of dividing the
spoils within the Commullbt
empire may one day bring a-
bout a split between Peiping and
Moscow, Dr. Tingfu F. Tsaang,
Chinese delegate to the United
Nations, said here today.
Speaking at the anniversary
dinner of the China Institute
In America, Inc., Tsiang said he
doubted that the salvation of
Nationalist China would come
about through "Titoism" or a
third world war,
But he predicted a "rich and
bright future after, this Im-
mediate period of darkness" for
the Chinese people.
"I do not say that a split be-
tween Peiping and Moscow will
never come," Tatang said. "I
can visual zethe day when this
empire building .will have pnr-


Last year at this time farmers ceeded far enough to call for
had in storage 312,867,000 bu- a division of spoils. The prob-
shels of ,corn, 11.3 per cent of fem of the division of the spoils
the preceding year's crop. may bring about a break but
The board estimated the 1952 not before them.
oat crop at 1,265,660,000 bushels,
up from the September pros- "Stalin has already on his
pects of a 1,263,888,000 bushel hands one Tito. He finds that
crop. The crop now forecast too many. You c be su that
would compare with output last he will take arenotto 'allow a
year of 1,316,396,000 bushels and second Tito to ppear...Neither
10-year average production of do I look for the salvation of
1,310,726,000 bushels, of oats. China in the direction of a
The board estimated farmers third world war. China U p -art-
had 1,002,436,000 bushels of bats pated in World WarI and W ld4
in storage oon Oct. ', or 792 per War It. we founo.dt e erlta of|
cent of this year's rap. such participton world
The department forecast a wars too bitter."
70,996, bushel erop of sor. --- -----
ghum gram, another livestock
feed. Extra-curricular
This is down from the short FAIRFIELD, Conn. (tUP) -
72,377,000 bushels sorghum crop lMale members of the faculty at
in prospect last month and Roger LUdlowe High School
compares with 1951 outturn of found a unique way of showing
159,265,000 bushels and 10-year their appreciation to the recent-
average production of 132,598,- ly retired vitoe principal, Miss
000 bushels. Sylvia Johnson. levn sInstrc-
Soybean production was ex- tors- went to her new house and
pected to hit 286,209,000 bushels. painted It.


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&ox 195, Gat eeonan 378 IN HOLLYW OOD...
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CHAPLAINS HONORED BY ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION and dancing will last from 8:00,
Sa u p.m. to 5:00 a.m. BY ERSKINE JOHNSON provided for by her contract as alid Reagpan. allergic to moleskin,
The St. Mary's Alumnae Association honored their retir- Door prizes have been donated Mickey Rooney's leading lady in is acting-and scratching-his
lns and Incoming Chaplains at a social meeting at the Parish by the members of the Chinese HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- "All Ashore." way through "Law and Order" at
Hall of the Miraculous Medal Church Wednesday evening. Colony. exclusively Yours: An Academy A- U-I.
The outgoing Chaplain, Father Raymond Machate, Cr.M. ward has jinxed more than one NO SPRING CHICKEN ---- --
has served the organization for a number of years. Father Hurdle career but Humphrey Bogart has Unless Henry Fonda changes
John King, C.M. arrived recently to relieve him. Robert Hurdle no regrets about the shiny, year- his mind, another top star will
In appreciation for the work Naval Station, and resides at BecomesLegion old Oscar standing on a special do the film version of "Mr. Rob-
hat has done with the As-Coco Solto. eS shelf n his home. ts." Henry told Josh Loan
nation, Miss Carmen Calonje A PBtc Comma dr "The way to survive an Oscar," months ago that he was afraid 1 nMiami HOspi al
resented Father Mochate a I.A.W.C. Annmouncements POSt omm under Bogie growled, "is never to try he wouldn't have the younger-
heck as a farewell gift. The buffet Supper which will and win another one. You've seen than-springtime look required by MIAMI REACH, Fla., Oct. 11
Following the presentation, celebrate the dixth anniversary CRISTOBAL, Oct. 11 Robert what happens to some Oscar the camera for the role of the I UP-Comedienne Martha Rave
uffet refreshments were serv- of the founding of the Inter-,Hurdle, Fort Davis Army employee, winners. They spend the rest of, young naval officer. vas reported in a "satisfactory"
ed and the group enjoyed an American Women's Club will be was elected this week as 1953 their lives turning down scripts --- condition at a hospital here to-
vening of bingo. Mrs. Yvoane held this evening at the Club. Post Commander of the Elbert S. while searching for the great role day as her physician awaited
Lem won the jacket. There will be a program of Pa- Wald Post No. 2 of the American to win another one. Gagsters' new title for Para- X-ray and laboratory reports to
Mrs. Marcel Belanger w a.s namantan dances and music. Legion. I hope I'm never even nomin- mount's remake of "Spawn of determine If she needs an
chairman of the committee and Price of admission is a dollar Hurdle is so far the third ated again. It's meat and potato the North": operation.
as assisted by Mrs. Moises per person. World War II veteran to be elect- 1 roles for me from now on." i
arles, Miss Blanca Beverhoudt .. ed to command the Gold Coast A trip to Texas, where hi ca- "What Makes Salmon Run?" Miss R ye, who operates a
nd Miss Calogne. Mrs. Leslie Carter will start American Legion post. voted around with Glenn Me-! Rosemary Clooney's still duck- nightclub here. suffered a severe
The members of the organi- the English Classes at the Other elected officers include: Carthy, didn't leave Bogie drap- ing a direct answer to the "Will- mtestinal attack in Jamaica
nation who attended were: Mrs. Building, Tuesday, October 14 George Simon, first vice com- ed on the ropes in the elbow- you-,wed-Jose Ferr.r?" riddle, but Thursday as she began her first
obert Von Tress, Mrs. Osvaldo at 3:30 p.m. All interested mem- mander; I. McDade, second vice bending competition. Ipals are betting there will be vacation in several years. She
uaranga, Mrs. Sherman bers are corialy invited to at- commander; S.P. Nelson, finance "I outdrank every Texan I wedding bells early next year. was flown back to Miami from.
rooks, Mrs. Ramon Mouynes, tend. officer; Dr. S. Aycock, post chap- met," he declared. "They drop- Gordon McRae's wife. Sheila. is Kingston Thursday night and
Mrs. Laurenco Jaen, Mrs. Wl- Members are reminded to' ain; K. Major, sergeant-at-arms. ped around me like flies." taking singing lessons from the taken to a hospital.
son Lew, Mrs. Ligia Guevara, Members ar r.m ed to late Grace Moore's coach. Lillian Dr. Ralph Robbins. her per--
rs. Raquel Castill, and M bring any donations to the Florence Chadwick conquered Goodman.... Fox s tlkin to sonal ply.sician, sid the 36-
ses: Gloria Taylor, Judith Ber- mmag, e oendt t3 n RUTH MILLETT SaJS.... the Catalina Island channel, but Jack Haley about a one-picture year-old entertainer was 'criti-
oncini, Josefin Oses Carmen Assembly, Monday at 330 p.m. the legal seas may engfulf her. deal. The film version of "Top call ill."
ertonclnl, Carmen Orimaldo, sorority Has h Party Movie makers eag.-r for her serv- Banana"?
armen Mateu, Sonia Vilar, Ma- Sorority Has Rush Party ices are being advised that Kath- HE LIKED THE CAIl
ia Oriia Gloria Castillo The Beta Chapter o Beta Should a wife vote the way her erine Bentley. who wrote the sto-
ecilla Bal Sana ad Sigma Phi Sorority hed their husband votes just to keep peace ry of her life "Water is M JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -'UP
atalina Navas, Dorothy Cells, regular meeting followed by a in the family? World," has a 50-per-cent inter- "Captain Bligh of Australia" Is -William Henryv Wotochol:. 24,
Carmes Salazar, Dora Delgado, Rush party Wednesday evening That question is suggested byst in her story for all media on MGM's new schedule. Big received a suspended sentence
rothy Kam, Elvida Ayarza at the home of Mrs. Ann Rose a letter -from a husband who Florence's la~'er says the swim- question: Will Charles Laughton. and was placed on three years'
milia Garlia, Ernestina Berrio, at F ort uc ihMs. says his wife isn't going to vote mer is the sole owner who once said he would never re- probation here for automobile
tella Chih, Muriel Taylor, McMullen, of Fort Sherman as the way he does in the Novem- peat the character, change his theft. FBI maents said Woto-
ne Maloul, Maria Chitrit, Jo- co-hostess. ber presidential election and avid Brian Avi sffered- flp mind about Bligh? His Captain chek, a former police officer.
efina Correra, Norma Wong, Mrs. Beverly Berger, vice- claims she is going to vote Re- D. id rw 'imav',s ^fered the.Kidd with Abbott and Costello is had stolen the samo car twice.I
arah Oontalez, Colomba Lu- president, presided in the ab- publican just because he is go- heavy roe with immy Stewartpractically the same character. The second time was from the
ue, Sophia Yhap Grace Ho sence of the president. ing to vote Democratic, or may- in "T'nder Bay" and roared a custody of ithe he0iff fter it
lana Wong, Elvia Dereira Plans were made for a chart- be it was vice versa, mighty "No." Wants hero parts, had been pickd up on the
Rosemay Lee, ReginaKam,o-ty fashion show to e held in Anyway his idea is that she is Irom now on. Buy actor department: Ron-street.
anda Beverhoudt and Teresa te ballroom of the Hotel just going against his superior
rya. Washington, November 15 at judgment "out of spite." WHOA THERE, NELLIE
an. 2:00 p.m. Burlesque bumps ar.' censora-
bekah Club Guests At An evening of games follow- Oh, come, now. Your wife ble on the screen but film writers
wedish Dinner ed the meeting with Mrs. Berger made up her own mind on im-l lay a "let's-get-around-the-cen-, TTb f IN B N
The Atlantic Side members of and Mrs. Marie Moscaritolo win- portant matters before she met sors" game. Current example:
the Cristobal Rebekah Cl Ub ning the prizes, you. And if something should Joyce Holden. as a burlesque
crossed the Isthmus Thursday Guests for the occasion were: happen to you tomorrow, she stripper in "Night Flower." starts
evening tobe the guests of Mrs Mrs. Edward Mercer, Mrs. Betty would still be capable of making to go into a bump. Then the
E. ePhilgrm, of Balboa, for Mrs. Agnes Lewis, Mrs. Muriel her own decisions, camera cuts to a bug-eyed male Institution Guaranteed by the State
ng. E. rm, Baoa, Bartlet Miss Nancy Ramsey, So why. just because she hap- in the audience just as his head
.on their arrival the hostess Miss L ,s Shannon, Mrs. Caral pens to be married, should she jerks back. Pays 2o/ Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
c,;ond a d eliciou s wedish sup- Gesink, Mrs. Trudy Gibson, and turn over that right to you? ___Ineres Annually on Savings Accounts
ei. ad a delicious Swedish sup- Mrs. Helen Stephenson.
per, which was followed by a Mrs. Helen tphesnt. And what ever gave you the Her co-workers are all admir-
businessmeeting with Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Wade, Mrs. 'Violet idea that just because you hap- ation for Peggy Lee, who fin- INITIAL DEPOSIT $5 00
Phhighim presiding in the ab- Deakins, Mrs. Jean Judge, Mrs. pen to be a married man-you ished "The Jazz Singer" despite
sence of the .' president, Mrs. Jean Coffey, Mrs. Arden Weich should control two votes, your a sudden glandular illness that
y Wray.group took this occasion and Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen. own and your wife's? would have floored Miss Average We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
Tie group took this occasion Girl. Peggy's doctors are deep-os
honor one of their members, Newly Organized Wives Club As a matter of fact you ought lv concerned about her condi- or other securities.
rs. Owen Tolbert of Fort Gu- Meets to be glad that your wife insists tion.
lick with a baby shower. The The newly organized Fort on doing her own thinking. That
able was centered with a large Davis N.C.O. ives Club held she isn't too lazy, mentally, to Now it can be told: During
ake decorated n pink and blue, i regular monthly meeting figure things out for herself. And filming of Jennifer Jones' "Ruby
h.-colo. hleme fori the party. at the Club with Mrs. M. t that she isn't dishonest enough Gentry," David 0. Selznick, the
B.ngo wo pleed o nr the Northcutt, president, officiat- to pretend to agree with you most tireless memo writer in
pri: were won by Mrs. Roger ing 'when she doesn't, just to keep Hollywood, sent a series of type-. 25c 50c $1.00 and $5.Of
r is. Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs, The following ladies attend- peace in the family. written messages of "suggestions" "
01- 1 -edmond and Mrs. Fred ed: Mrs. C. C. St. Johns. Mrs. to Director King Vidor. Day the
e n aL. F L Larch Mrs. WC Co Griffin You don't want your wife to film was completed Vidor put all
SBal .emers ho MrCL. Larch, Mrs. W. C. Griffin, be nothing more than your sha- the memos in a neat pi.' The deposits are accepted thru a period
er3 present wdere: Mrs. John oight Mrs. J. E. Hall Mrs. 0. dow and your echo, do you? stack of memos was thicker than
ohnston and Mr. Shaw. DFortneau, Mrs. A. E. Nolle If you are still suffering from the script of the picture. of 48 weeks
The members from the Atlan-w. D Fortneau, Mrs. A. Noe, the old-fashioned notion that ___ w
The minded: Miss Grace Atlan- Mrs Mrs. eyW. Boggs, Mrs. women don't know anything a- Edward G. Robinson is coming
i11am Nessler, Mrs. Phyllis W. H. Fisher, Mrs.-J. D. Prince, bou politics, and apparently you out of the shadows, as they say; Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
uraer, M=. rank Estes, MPy Mrs S.H. F. Jones and Mrs. Loret are, you may even be surprised in those soap commercials. The
Sn M s a earn thatyour wife Is as well pcomme cials h documents, in 4 different sizes.
lenn Redmond,Mrs.F iedataOrr. or better informed than you arel screen's "Little Caesar" reports documents, in 4 different sizes
oydston, Mrs. Margaret Schu- or better informed than you are. to a major studio again for a
erg, Mrs. Walter D. Williams, Dances Tonight Tony Curtis fit at U-I with a OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH:
nd Mrs. Elmer Stern. The Washington C o tilli o n et even f she Is, you wouldn't "Sorrel and Son" theme. 109 Central Ave. at Front St. at corner
o. t onore Club will hold its regular for- vo want her te, woulling you how to MGM isn't talking about it, but corner of "I" Street. of.7th St.
rs. Ralph be mal dance this evening in the Then whatpossible ecuse can "Mogambo." with Gable and Ava
Friends ball room of the Hotel Wash- you have for thinking she ought Gardner, is a remake of the Ga-
Mrs. Joseph Irving and Mrs. ington. Music will be furnished to vote the way you doble-Jean Harlow ht, "Red Rust." R. De ROUX CARLOS MOUNES V.
B. Gray will be hostesses for by .the Royal Sultans orches- o vo e way you doProducer Paul Gregory's plans Manager. Sub-Manaer
meitng _of the Grace Group tra. "'for a stage version of the curt!
t the Irving residence, Wednes- Members are we 1 co me to marital scene from "'The Cane HOURS:
sy at 9:0 a.m. The occasion bring their friends. Mutiny" include Dana Andrws
I11 honor Mrs. Raymond Ralph, for the prize role of the lawyer.. From 8:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m
n. active member of the group, A dance is being given at the "T'S A for th epie ro lawyer..
ho is leaving to make her Strangers Club this evening, to J ody Lawrene, no lone with SATURDAYS: from 8:00 am to 12:00 p.m.
ozhe in California. which the members of 1 o c a I ailing to give her the star olubia finger
--- clubs jre invited. There will be0 Lfi t v e...
r, and Mrsn. Bryant Announce a number of door prizes. Mr.l IG
irth of Daughter James Salterio is ,in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond the affair.
nounce the birth of their first their and Gus Trimm's orches- J IN Theatre SHOWS:
child, a daughter, at the Coco tra will furnish the music. TODAY 7:00-9:15
Solo Naval Hospital, Monday, Ik ON TRANSITHMIAN ROAD. and 11:15 p.m.
October 6. The little girl has The Chinese Social Club is Behind "Artes y Oficios" School.
been named Linda Diane, having a dance this evening at THE ROMANTIC ADVENTURE OF THE YEAR!
Mr. Bryant is stationed with the Monaco Garden. Music OMANTIC ADVENTU OF THE YEAR!v
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Wyoming Runs A Check Play Against Ten 65th Group Michigan State, Texas

Charging Tackle Who Rushes Passer Boxers On Card Aggies In Big One Too

-of At ke Tnnnh i (By U.P.) (t1 point) favorite over Pitts-
Anlther of a series by famous 'A I \ \UUUn IUIIIyIII burgh.
coaches diagramed and written I I The weatherman must be a A number of conference games
for NEA Service Tonight the 65th Group's Box- I football fan he's cooperating challenge the independents for
S\ YATT ing Team will enter ten men in with most of the week-end the spotlight. Wisconsin, the big
v ROWDEN CoWYATTch \ the squared circle at Fort Kobbe games. 10 favorite, is a one touchdown
yoming Coach Tin the first mass exhibition of The general forecast for today (seven point) pick over Ohio
r vo A This the Group's boxing skill this is "fair and cool" over most of State. Purdue, tied for first place
I ARAMIE Wyo. NEA, This year. the country. Whatever rain is in with Wisconsin, is rated two
stand and pafo om The only man from the Groupprospect should hold off until touchdowns (12 points) over Io-
pass sr n \\ e\ .nteringheng who.hasonwlreil early Sunday morning, wa. Georgia Tech is a two
Seike to l d u h owon laTKO The big guns start firing when touchdown (13 point) favorite
-.run it againsta.over the 45th's heavyweight, Ma- Pennsylvania invades Princeton. over Tulane. A win would tie
hard chain riano, in the last smoker heldThat one should settle the ivy Georgia Tech with Georgia for
tackle who con- at the Fort Clayton Gym. Mc -league title. the Southeaskten Conference
thep e r wshes ll i Aleer will tangel with Warren In other headliners, Maryland lead. Stanford is a solid (eight
the passer well \ from the Air Force. Warren also plays G.-orgia. Both are unbeat- point) favorite over Oregon State
won his first fight this season en. Michigan State. the number in the only Pacific Coast Confer-
stands up as if with a first round TKO. Ione team in the country, plays ence game.
the is ready to t )Ischeck' hosi to the Texas Aggies. OkIa- One name coach will miss the
he is ready to STOPPER-Wyoming's ehk Bantamweight Luis Gonzalezi homa and Texas top the South- action today for th.i first time in
pull the defen- p series. (NEA) is returning to claim the title he we-t menu. while Notre Dame 20 years. He's Paul "Bear" Bry-
!sive tackle a- lost last year as he matches the Dlays Pittsburgh in another in- ant whose Kentucky Wildcats
cross the line of 504th's Capestani. Jose Garcia. ters.?ctlonal tussle. plav Louisiana State. The 38-
Bcros He sre o guard blocks the halfback to the 65th Group Featherweight, will year-old Bryant is recovering
SBowdenWvatt srmapped outside. The right end blocks the dikinlav his skill against Hanley Princeton hill risk the longest from an emergency appendecto-
S illoack and quarter- safet man of Corozal. winning streak in the nation as my Thursday night. Officials at
STOPPER Wyoming's check it guns for number 25 against Lexington. Kentucky hospital re-
Id blocks the line- play for stand-up-and-pass Hard-hitting lightweight Eu- Pennsylvania. The odds-makers port Bryant's condition as "satis-
bac-er to the inside The right series. (NEA) genio Santiago is back again this rate the game a toss-up with factory." Backfield coach Ermal
season in another try to claim Princeton's single wing trying to Allen will run the Kentucky
the USARCARIB title. Santiago crack a Penn defense that has team against L-S-U.
will be matched against the 33rd given up only one touchdown in ______'s_____,
I 1ll O1T o ShO 01 oot FO. Infantry 's Sheffield. Lightweight two games.
I Ignacio Rodriguez is also return-
G rT S o rF r Ing this season with valuables Maryland has a string of 15 Football Results
T Asisk m P U ring experience gained last year., ins going against a tough Geor-"
Sorrow He. will face Clements from the team Maryland, afterstt- By United Press
33rd. Another experienced Group e,r n a o ir of wins finally Boston College 20, Drake 14.
0- lightweight. Gilberto Morales terk toa p ai r of wins, finally Boston U. 9, Miami (Florida) 7.
Babyv Green. Isthmian ban- Green in a long time and many will meet Brannon, from Coro- roke loose against Clemsondlastwn Bucknell 19, Temple 12.
1tamueight champion. will be are predicting that the layoff zal. we point) favorite over Georgia. So. California 20, San Diego
gunning for a knockout tomor- will cause him to be "rusty" and i.xp0 Navy 6.
row night when he meets Co- go down to defeat before the In the middleweight bouts, Ru- Michigan" tate, despite a close
Ion s Pedro Tesis in a ten-round sledge-hammer blows of Tesis. ben Cintron. 1951 USARCARIBca-'. against Oregon State last ON THE SCENE
main hout at the Panama Gym. Middleweight Champion, will a- Saturday, is a two touchdown (14
t. u h the 126-pound crown Despite all this. the odds- gain be bidding for the cham- point) pick over the Texas Ag- KALAMAZOO, Mich. -(UP)-
vacant. Green ho has his makers are still stringing along pionship this year as he enters ies. The Sooners of Oklahoma Lloyd Brooks, Jr., visited Rich-
sigh-: set on that title is to with Green and he is favored to the ring against Irrizarry from are a one touchdown (five point) ard Pfau, who was recovering
do hs best in order to become turn back the Atlantic sider. The the 45th Recon. Another Group choice over a Texas team that in the hospital from an appen-
a If-ding contender for the fea- odds are 5-to-4 that Green will middleweight, Angel Morgan, is:has lost two in a row only twice dicitis operation. While chatting
the '.e;ght championship. win. matched with 33d's Joiner a in seven years. Texas lost to No- with Pfau, Brooks suffered an
A knockout victory by Green The semifinalists are also rea- bout. to watch. In the light-hea-Itr. Dame last week. appendicitis attack and under-
eve. the Gold Coast comer will dy for their intercity clash. Pa- vyweight class, 65th Group's went an emergency appendec-
.definitely establish Green as the nama's Calvin Llyod meets Co- Frank Tripodi will face Morris- Notre Dame, lightly regarded tomy. A few minutes later he
-No. I featherweight contender. Ion's Francisco Bentv in a six- sev of the 45th. This will be Tri- before the season, seems to be a was back in Pfau's room as a
On the hand, an impressive win round 135-pound battle. Lloyd is podi's first fight of the season sleeper and is a two touchdown'fellow patient.
by Tesis will put the Colonite a slight choice over Benty. and could wind up as being one'
in the spotlight, of the best bouts of the evening.
The other semi-windup will be Ball Clubs Run In Cycles
that Tesis has been battering his ma and Manuel Prescott of Co-' MEXICO CITY. Three Ame- ,
sparmates all week and is rarin' Ion. These will fight six rounds rican tennis stars have reached
to go. His hackers are confident or less at a 128-pound limit. the quarter finals of the Pan V A L
that he will be the first boxer to T American Championships at Me- tk
put Green down for the full The program will get under- xico City. Vic Selxas of Phila-!tt I U
count way with Baby San Bias II and delphia. Gardnar Mulloy of Co-
S 0 the Pacific side. Green Al Hostin swapping punches in ral Gables, Florida and Grant 0 -
wound up his training is excel- 116-pound four round prelimi- Golden of Chicago all won their By HARRY GRAYSON I never saw anybody go to first
lent condition. He has been nary. Hostin is the pick to de- matches yesterday. In women's NEA Sports Editor base as Jast.
sharper and hitting harder than cision San Bias. play, Shirley Fry of Akron, Ohio, B'ut he can't play third base
ever. Admission prices are $2, $1 and and Baba Lewis of Boston have NEW YORK, Oct. 11-Joe for Brooklyn, not with Billy Cox
This will be the first fight for 50 cents. reached the semi-finals. Millett, the beverage man of around. Did you see those three
San Francisco, made his New big plays Cox made in the first
__York hotel reservation In Aug- game of the Series?"
ust. "See you at the World Rufus the Red suffered a re-
Series," he telegraphed. lapse when he saw them. He
This is how sure one fan, was sick all season watching
from all the way across the balls slip through the Cleveland
C E C H S continent, was that there would Infield.
T E be a subway Series for the Bill Veeck says the Brooks are
'fourth time In six years. five deep In extraordinary in-
Good ball clubs are supposed fielders.
|A AT I O NA KT to run in cycles, but the Yan- "With six major-league clubs
NKkees are having a mighty long eprate for an infle der, they
run. hahd.two pretty good ones on
Seeing the World Champions the bench," says Marty Marion.
in the Series is like coming In The boss of the Browns refers
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK at the end of an old show. to Bobby Morgan and Rocky
It's like reading the last page Bridges, who play anywhere and
of a detective story first, and wpuld be regulars with a lot of
STATEMENT OF CONDITION SEPTEMBER 30, 1952 knowing how it is going to come outfits.
out. Even Bill Dickey and Frank GOOD SCOUT MEANS
Crosetti are still around, out MORE THAN SHORTSTOP
there for all to see in the coach's While Owner Veeck searched
RESOURCES boxes, for a shortstop the past season,
While he doesn't say what he found that the only four in
Cash and Due frorr Banks .$1,343,682,825.50 they are going to use for pitch- the minors who would do the
ash and ue anks $1,43,682,825.50 era, Harry Simmons of the In- Little Brownies any good be-
Sternational League staff pre- longed to the Brooks. They
U. S. Government Obligations . 1,119,655,726.89 dicts that the Dodgers will run were Pendleton, Zimmer of Mo-
the works in the National bile, Hunter of Ft. Worth and a
State and Municipal Securities 319,212,070.55 League for the next 10 years. youngster In a lower circuit.
In other words, Branch Rickey Zlimer has been the All-Star
Other Securities . 244,576,237.83 created a Frankenstein mon- of three leagues in as many
ster in Brooklyn that even he seasons. Huntie was the Texas
Mortgages . 60,667,874.81 and all John W. Galbreath's Letagu s. t-valuable player.
money can't control. The Dodg- Veeck says the deaths of the
Loans 2,200e20,839.54 era should have won the past great California scout. Joe
oans....... t 0,120,954 ,three campaigns, somehow Devine and Bill sick, has al-
Accrued Interest Receivable ........ 11,600,479.89 on the final day of 1950 and York N Altleu' DonmUntilm.
Were knocked out by Bobby "I noied that te same
Customers' Acceptance Liability 36,941,639.97 Thompson's little miracle home caliber of kids was not fed into
run 'In the play-off with the the Talkeevs bloodstreat, this
Banking Houses . 29,496,164.57 Giants last tri. ye",bwiM .*
HOAK CAN FLY, BUT "A ow al is Im ian-
Other Assets- . -. 9.712.260.49 NOT IN BROOKLYN an th a shortstop, for


$5,375,666,120.04


LIABILITIES

Deposits . .
Foreign Funds Borrowed .
Dividends Payable November 1. 1952 .
Reserves-Taxes and Expenses. ..


Other Liabilities .
Acceptances Outstanding


Les: In Portfolio .
Capital Funds:


Capital Stock .
I7.400.000 Shares-115 Par
Surplus .
Undivided Profits.


0 .0 .


. $4,897,132,010.21
. 17,010,533.00
. 5,920,000.00
. 31,454,582.74
. 19,032,037.57
. .40,081,401.73
. 2,860,800.49


. $ 111,000,000.00
. 189,000,000.00


67.896.355.28


367,896,355.28
$5,375,666,120.04


United Staes Government and other securitle carried at S475.88.M0 00 were pledged
to ecuren Dublic and tru., deo.mDii qn' for other purpose am required or Dermlttled by law.


Mlemin Federl Depa IMramr- Cener-tlei


Simmons says the Brooks had
enough talent with the Mon-
treal branch alone to keep them
going in high gear. He rattles
off the names--horstop Jim
Pendleton, Third Baseman Don
Hoak and some more.
"Pendleton can fly," cuts in
Red Ruffing. the Indians'
I trouble-shootr," but Hoak
'beats him going to first base.


h lkal to e with two
or telse le* o well as
"Joe vine had the San
Frane =ay area looked up.
"OtIgr s have mow moved
In. The 7 Sox aone had
$4M1 worth of ball players
wit the Class C San Jo- club
the past season."
Maybe there's some hope af-
ter all for the rest.


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Yanks Not 'Old Team, Average


Age Is Only 27-George Wei
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NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (UP) -
The New York Yankee gener-
al manager has a strong argu-
ment against those who say the
World Champions are "an old
team."
George Weiss points to the av-
erage age of the Yankees--only
27-years. Weiss also reminds cri-
tics there has been an 81--per-
cent turnover since 1947. and the
Yankees have won five out of six
championships in that span. On.
ly five players on the. 1949 roster
were eligible for the last World
Series only fight were on theoro
championship team.
Weiss says "Our farm sys-
tem saves us. It's true we made
some important deals and reach-
ed into the National League for
some veterans. But in the final
analysis, most of our players
came from farm clubs."
Weiss points to such farm pro-
ducts as Billy Martin, only. 24,
Mickey Mantle who is 20, Gil
McDougald who is 23 and Larry
Berra who is 27.
The pitching department is the
oldest. Weiss must start hunting
eventual replacements for 33-
year-old Vic Raschi and Ed Lo-
pat and Allie Reynolds, both 34.
Weiss admits the Yankees could
use a fifth outfielder and an-
other young infielder.
The Indianapolis Indians of
the American Association have
reelased Manager Gene Desau-
tels. The Indians finished sixth
last season.
General Manager Chuck
French, who made .the an-
nouncement, says probably
wouldn't have finished fifth If
Casey Stengel were managing.
But we're re-building and we will
start with the manager."


Tigers Down


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5-2


Before 2,000




Balboa Stadium.
Touchdown passes by Tom-
my Hughes decided the con-
test.
In the first quarter Hughes
threw a pass to Dick Sasso in
the end sone for the first
touchdown. This ocurrd af-
ter the Tigers had ickehi up
two points on a safety midway
through the quarter.
After Sasso went over, the
try for the extra pbftt was
blocked. .
In the second quarter r t gher,
Hugbes connected with a per-
fect pass t Georg Dick Sassoene
who sncampered the the first
30 yards t paydirt. rrhe aon-
tersion kick was good icand the
score stood at 15-,.
Junior College threatened
twice but were stopped cold by
the Cristobal line on b.th oe-
In the final minute of the
game, the Green Wave picked
up two points on a safety.
Sports Shorties


(By U. P.) '
RACING
The juvenile champion ot
1951 "Tom Fool" shOots for
his third straight stakes in to-
day at Jamaica, New Yor,
The Orecntre 0tablrt colt
heads a field of Wine in the $40,-
000 added Roamer Hafndicap.
Tom Fool won the Jerome and
Sysonby Handicaps his last two
times out. The colt wi carry top
weight of 12-pondck was n the mle
anor College three-steel Roamer
Handicap.
Handicap. II


NEW YORK They flihed
like they started in the mile
one-sixteenth Bown BB M
Handicap at Jamaica yesterday
T. P. Morgan's "Orovr ,"
with Eddie Arso j
into the lead at t ae ftw d -
the pace easily Utp way. Ar-
caro pulled up tIh Sfite
old bay gelding slightly in th
stretch and brought hihome a
length and a Sto I" mlod
"Anchor man" ro a id
the way and "Ref wo a
steady third after the fins fur-
rover B, winner n= timW Ms
in 24 starts this maL paid
two-80 and two-aW
time was one anfut, 44.an
fifth acond on a Atmk


WINNER'S AWARD-Col. Richardson Selee, director Of Civil
Affairs, presents the first prize trophy to Willie RaVeneau,
captain of the Optica Sosa team which won this year's La
Boca Senior Softball League championship in a playoff with
the Balboa Maduritos.


Sports Briefs

MEXICO CITY, Oct. 11 (UP)
- Two of America's top ranked
players Vic Selxas of Phila-
delphia and Gardnar Mulloy of
Coral Gables, Florida are in
the semifinals of the Pan Ame-
rican Tennis Championships at
Mexico City, Selxs-a downed
Grant Golddel of Chicago 14-16,
6-2,' 6-1 and 6-4 In one of yes-
terday's two men's quarterfinals.
Mulloy beat Feliclssimd Ampon
of the Philippines, love-6, 6-4, 4-
6, 6-4 and 64. .


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Wth. .oA... eaue lead to oor l t over l by the N ato last year t1at the Golden Bears
A ssot ao Ztlo thatz Fer cruiin serene ly5ong
*@$mad w *. .w.) boxer. stll doailate through the fist half of the sea-
Sa L6t Pst Dott R 0 mea WM plture, despite the son without a trace of blemish.
SO ............a......... i .M .k ssOlvr et challenge no years from a me Bouthern California,
................... ...... f ters. fan at Cnnamela.
t 1o......................... A Lums it p, Ame Cannamela wrapped a hoary
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"I,.. ...................... T 41 yo n -S-AI t r- the eight weight divslo --Roc. Olaewaki in a cause celebre of
...... ..... at r -l b owrreig
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l. -. l.. har son, nmddleweight, hard tackle went the Bears'
S .O. I BAL. OA o. reetin- Maxim, light heavyweight dreams of an unbeaten season.
,i .. Oo;, @ a Sandy Saddle feather- OlseWaki hurt his knee, missed
SW t. e foreign eh amIo half of that game and three
... A OII IPpfl I orn of uCu wlter complete others.
Wov Lest re_ Swe SO als of Mexe, Bers lost to the Trojans
S............ 1 .at Vie Toweel ef South and UCLA.
........ .......S.... 1 tamweght;B an T Now Olazewaki (o-SHEV-ski)
came up hb i of Japan, flyweight. aain Is makin the Bears roll.
M ai f. to ma i st the top ehailenger a is bum knee t d out to be
a ,- A Ji Vts. ontra tors 4 the hb haiel classes are AmeI- clothing more than a strained
... fl .31en S amlnd fallbl otas. ,t tlarI hter t liIamen healed byti me. Al-
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zewski, Bum Knee Healed,

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Jones Suffers

Heart Afttack


I ATLANTA, Oct. 11 (U) -
Famed golfer Bobby Jones has
OJNY _ti suffered a heart attack but Is tI
'eO W.4^ ",faiy good condition" at K-ry
ZFA Hospital, It was disclosed tty.
A0OP14A The 50-year-old "Grand-slam-
S 01i. O mer" who captured al few of
1 B, AL Al Ithe world's major lnks tou a*
Poa T ments In 1930 is noet allowed *is-
AM LSP Itors.
rAT1 viA i His father, CoL Robert P. Je*Us,
;41 'M g taqid the golfer had been sttffer-
LAE 0L" ing reeurrent chest pains
was on his way to seE his
when he suffered the attackir-
lier this week. ->;
1 N"A' Jones has been in ill bhi
i N su sIlne 1948, the last year he -
P ? 'R,-, ed in his own Masters Golf eSVu-
-JQt nament at Augusta, Ga. A l
S ailment necessitated,
on his back and at the bae e
^ skull and for the last two I
he hbs walked with the
canes.
Jones. however, remained ae-
tI ve In his law business and e-
cently he has campaigned et
IRepubicean presidential eandl-
Sdate Dwight D. Elsenhower -a-
thourh the Jones family is trad-
tionally Democrat.
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... ....... 24 Years in National LaS
Written for NBA Service
....... ... .. ..w.QUEMTION. The batter NOW
Sa bunt In front of the pile.
^Sd OW POWE-.4PLJ. FuLLSACi, The catcher's throw hits VhIm
/ CALIFO NlA'S ALL-'rT IE 10 feet from first base, knok-
1S ..t,,OsA OA/Me, ...... / AL0 ing him unconscious. Ca*,n
Q ^ ^ ^ Af*A9TSr M4ON THEs uA' play be made on him pul
"- .....--~ ~Answer. The batter may,'*
tagged out. The ball Is stfl I^
play. Rule 5.1J say t#at the
S. umpire hall not call thme ,M
'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts case of an accident to a iPly-
a following er during a play, until, In MR
o lon Judgement, no further aetles
Of prospects mighty fine! is possiblen that play.
What's more he signs QC Who have been the l
the qucl players to hit a home run In
S hem quickly every bi league park? Ot-
On the dotted line car Ove roltier.
A. Harry Hellmann, Jff
Seat and Johnny Mise. Til
Your classified ad wina at*. ltter was the lst to com lete
Pr of d the trik, pinchhittin
tract a parade of good prs* anad-hlammuer in w h
peCIS because Veryo hi Q.Ho*w m sany bases did i
Panama and the Canal Ruth steal during hir bi9-
SZOne reads PA. Wat Ads league career? hJew MCMs .
regularly. Try them now A. 12$.
the results will surprise Q. Who was the first Negro
ou tcher to hurl in the major
You! agues? Martin McNichlob
A. Dan Bankhead of the Do
gers n 1947.


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BOSTON, Oct. 11 (UP) --Den- "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
Is W. Delaney, first internal re-
venue collector, convicted in the
national tax scandals, was grant- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1952. FIVE CENTS
ad a new trial today on grounds
his bribe-taking conviction was hie Horse M mountain W on,
Influenced by undue "publicity."
The U.S. Court of Appeals
set aside the verdict of the fed- W H Wn
eral jury that convicted the 1 H f I W-111o n
56-year-old Delaney and at
the same time sharply criticiz-
ed the congressional subcom-
mittee that "blackened and
4 lcredited" the collector be Lost 23 Times In Five Days
fore his trial.
Delaney had been convicted of
taking $7,500'in bribes and falsc- SEOUL, Oct. 11 (UP) Rein- up into small knots of fighting (' ,- nd the mo n'r of the wound-! R:: J;ts destroyed and 20 dam-
ly certifying the payment of forced Chinese Reds threw South men. cd sometimes a grenade goes aged.
$108,498 in taxes. Korean infantrymen off the top Each side piled up bodies and off." In the sevend-ay period up to
,Sentenced to two years' im- of bitterly-contested White Horse fought as best it could behind United Nations fighter bomb- -midnight last. .night six VN
)risonment and fir',d $10.500, he mountain in a savage counterat- barricades of corpses. ers and tanks plastered the Con- planes were lest--one Sabre shot
las been free in $2,500 bail while tack today. munist approach routes today in down by Mlgsiisae Thunderjet,
&is counsel appealed the decision.' The Chinese recaptured the In contrast with the bright an attempt to cut off further one Skyraider ,- he Corsair and
"I'm overjoyed and welcome a important hill guarding the in- moonlight of the night before, Chinese reinforcements, one Invader lost to Red flak and
sew trial," Delaney said as he r.?- vision gateway to Seoul only six the battle was fought in complete one ThunderJet lost to other
eived the news. )hours after South Korean Ninth darkness. Meanwhile Sabres knocked causes.
No date has been set for a new Division troops had knocked the An officer from the frontline down six Migs in battles just In the same period UN pilots
vial. Chinese from the crest in a light- said the only sounds were "a south of the Yalu River, bring- downed four lAigs and damaged
The Appeals Court delivered ning sneak attack. scream when someone gets knif- .ng October claims to 14 of the 13. .
a stinging comment on the so-
ealled king sub c0nommitt ee It was the 23rd time the hill L
.,whieh held public hearings in had changed hands since the
its investigation of the Inter- epic battle began five days ago.
"aI Revenue Bureau between
the time Delaney was fired by Frontline details of the latest
President Truman and tried on Chinese surge to the top were
the bribe-taking charges. sketchy, but it was reported the
The court said that at the South Koreans were pushed 200
committee'ss Washington hear- yards down the southern slope of
nge "evidence was receiv.-d of the mountain after hand to hand
tll0gd official activities of De- fighting.
an"e smacking of fraud, but to
vl Uh he had not been indicted; The South Koreans stormed a-
in& witnesses were heard as to too the mountain four times yes-
dlied 'peddling' by Delaney of terday. Three times the sheer
ila..inflhence in Washington to weight of Chinese "human sea"0
eenre favorable action...on be- assaults washed them back. d
ta' of certain Massachusetts Tle fourth time they eased 150P
uniness interests." yards down the rain drenched
She court also cited what it south slope to regroup and await
alled "flamboyant" newspaper reinforcements. The main Chin-
10wicity. ese force did the same.
.It is fair to say that the Allied planes dropped flares
e aracter of Delaney was pret- over the, battlefield last night,
tv.thoroughly blackened and The nightmarish struggle at
discredited, as the day ap- close quarters was broken off as
proachel for his judicial trial jif by mutual consent when the
ownarrowly specified charges," glare multiplied the teeming ha-
ta court "aid. zards.
Perhaps the strongest point in The South Koreans won a sha-
5Mney's appeal, the court said, ky toehold on the crest of the b
ev "b contention that "the trial mountain last night after an up- a
u(a committed error in not hill charge. d
granting a continuance of the After the ROKs chopped
rid -for a longer period, until their way up the hill with M
,uch time as it could be estima- knives, bayonets and rifle c_
ed that the prejudicial effect of butts, the deadly combat broke .. ,d
he aforesaid publicity had worn FRONT IE A IJDT1o wounded s soldrs receive medicaid at a fr d line medl
off so the trial could proceedfreeivedic atlineme w
rat A A s D s station on the western front, in Korea. More than 13,000 Chinese Reds opened up wths a
ree of the enveloping hostile at- AAbarrage of attacks that reports call the biggest offensive of the year. Man at rightS gets' a
nosphere and public preconcep- drink of coffee from an aidman while the "anak at left,, hconsclouas. receives plasma b
Ion of guilt." aratory to being evacuated to safety. b' "N],Teo
To Latin American
Me For A King Air (argo Fleet Success Story

BRIGHTON. En. Oct. 11 (UP) Pan American World Airways
R]IGHtTONEn Ot.1 Utf Po) -already the largest aireargo NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (UP) -
plate was set in front of air,


tack Wafer io-av ..rii...[ ie n L'Latiin iAmerica is mThe owner of a blouse factory
H look Watertoda it ad his again expanding its fleet of car- here has run Into the old Ame-
tHe looked at" it adhigo planes. rican success story... In reverse.
noluth watered... food One vi- Four big C-54s. the cargo ver- Owner Sam Rosenglick figured
amin pill and a glass of sugar sion of DC-4 passenger aircraft. Tessle Brennan was a hard
r'twa ot have been much b, are Oeing added to PAAA's cargo working employee at her sewing
sunray not have beenu t uWaer i' 1."et. Increasing its lift capacity machine. So he gave her a nine.
r ta dinner se. but for a k er a y 60 per cent. dollar-a-week raise to 59 dollars
as dinner set for a King. a Assigned exclusively now to and made her a foreladyv.
tin" t faster that is. transportation of heavy ship- The success went to the head
Jas is the world's champion ments ana all kinds of commo- of Tessle's husband.
!ast;In fact that mea6 dlie ate ditles between the Americas are He called on Rosenglick. with
Joda-.was his Ilirst in 76 da\'. .ix C-54s each v.itli a 2i.oo00- a gun.
Jack an American has pound capacity. and eight twin-
ween enclosed in a ala. nibicle, engine C-46s. with 12.uou pound "She's making too much mo-
mere for two-and-half oril'r's" 'payload limits. ney," he said. He implied there
ae'welghed 147 pound', v hen he The C-54s not only step up the was no living with her any more
rent into his glass cage and 125 PAA caigo fleet capacity to And wanted her demoted back
when he came out 216.000 pounds but improve the to the old sewing machine.
KInical attendant' sav it %ill service because of their longer
several weeks before he ill range eandgreaterspeed longe Got to be quite an uproar a-
ie able to eat normally agarn. The transfer of the four DC-4s bout It. The cops came and
-- __ from passenger runs to giving quieted Brennan down. Turned
S L freight followed replacement of out the gun wasn't loaded.., and
___DC-4_ by Constellations onr, many neither was Brennan.
1Latin American routes. But Just the same. he's got to
C / The DC-4s are being converted go to court to explain to the
into utilitarian "-flying boxcars" judge.
at PAA's Miami Overhaul Base.
Seats. carpets galleys dress-
,-. mg rooms and fanc fittings are What's My Name?
ein removed and larger doors
are being installed. But the en-, FORTH WORTH, Tex (UP) -
gines and other mechanical The man wanted to take out
equipment are remaining un- some insurance, he told Loretta
changed. I Upton, who handles such things
S While the cargo panes handle at Consolidated Vultee alrcrat f
"ong skirts pick up germs bilger shipments, such as heavy plant. When Miss Upton asked
Thot's not whot short ones ore de- machinery and live animals.' his name, he said. 'Guess.' When
signed to pick up &U9A most general merchandise Is she started to protest, he added
transported In the scores of daily I"That's right Herbert L.
passenger flights. Guess."


SWEEPS THEE: A 6RD CLEAN-A huge broom res4tl b~ d-
Gen. Dwight D. Ellfeiower, as the Republiu presidential candi-
date told an audience of 15,000 in Cleveland's ppblisc.MiAIorium
that he felt his running mate, Sen. Richard B. NiAr ot CaoUfornla,
had aptlfsaolorily-afswered questions raise by bJig, $18,00l expense
fHuM 2he speech was made immediately folewingl Jion'as I SMtl4-
wide radio-television broadcpt.


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Prices To Be Cut

Effective Oct. 21


Price reductions ranging from
one to five cents on various food
and household items will be made
Oct., 21 in the retail stores of the
ommissary Division.
The reductions are made pos-
sible by the recent action of the
anal's board of directors in-re-,
movAl of the allotment ot civil
government costs from the Com-
missary Division. Both it and the
Clubhouse have been placed in:
the "service activities!' grouping
of Canal units. No part of the
cost of civil government are as-
sessed against them except where
they provide services to indivi-
duals or agencies outside the
Company-Government.
The list of standard stock items
on which prices will be reduced
Oct. 21 include, laundry and toi-
let soap. bacon. toilet paper, can-
ned milk and ketchup. Commis-
sary sliced and whole bacon will
be reduced five cents a pound,
Canned milk will drop one cent
a tin and some brands of soap,
will be'cut one and two cents a
bar.
In addition to the reductions
on various stock items, all re-
mainltg canned food and vea.e-
tables bought under the 1950 Ko-
rean emergency "set aside pro-
gram" will be cut 95 per cent in
price.
These canned food and vege-
tables include asparagus, beans,
carrots, corn, peas, apricots,
cherries, pears, and peaches.
The p r i c e reductions to be
made in the retail stores Octo-
ber 21 will be the third price cut
made by the Commissary Divi-
silon since the division was re- -
clasifled as a service unit. The
Uries ot gasoline jn Commissary
DiviIalon servltb station was
dropped one cent a gallon a U
ocaUly*produced sugar wwas r*i.
luced one and a half cents a
proud early this week. |


New Canal Zone
Phone Directory
Being Prepared
'The pew Canal Zone telephone
directory is now in course of pre-
neartioRand all subscribe have
ees Mreqluested to give nolc oe
an cl nes requiredlin tioIn,
ivldual ist.ng
Changes or deletions mayy be
made up to October 15 and no
changes for the 1953 telephone
directory will be made after that
ate, It was announced.
Notices of changes should be
int to the Communications
raueh. Electrical Division, Bal-
oa Heights.


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r AGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1951
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t Th Moll Bo h on opon forum for reoden of The Panamo Aimr-
* ion. Lttton ora NCslved trtofny and oro hondlod in a wholly eonfl-
, onMil manner.
' If you cot.ln.ure lotlor aon't be impjlionl if f 4.0in I poor the
ooy. Lotfon aro oubliiho m the order recoivod.
leete try to keep the letlon limitod to ana ia| innartt.
Idontity of letter wrlteri it field in itrictet conrldonee.
33 TMi nowepapor turneo no roiponiibilify for tfitomanh at opinient
eiproned in lefteri from reader
"SPECIAL BREED"
First It was Income tax and now it's the Increase in rent
that you're beefing about. What'll it be tomorrow?
I don't like to pay extra for anything if I can possibly get
away with It. but I'd enjoy paying sales tax just to see you so-
called "Amerloans" squirm a little more. I'd welcome the intro-
duction of City State and Property tax into the Canal Zone just
- to hear the yelling which would immediately follow such action.
.....Incidentally, property tax isn't Just levied against home own-
Sttt'lt's also levied against car owners. I bet nearly all you Jok-
C. would junk like your new cars and wind up owning a bunch
1934 antique gas driven jobs just to save on the tax.
Just what the heck do you think Uncle Sam is buying am-
.miinltion and other military equipment with.. .peanuts? Or are
you Zonlans a special exempted breed?
^ It's too bad that the Canal is such a large company. Any
-other outfit would have you fired for disloyalty. But down here
there are too many of you and the loud mouths among you have
3i habit of becoming scarce when the heat's on.
* As for myself. I could name at least ten men, all with fam-
ilies, who are sweating their heads off in the States for six days
a week for a generous $50 a week which ends up at something
like $39 after the taxes are taken out. These men would give
their left arm to get a job here.
Don't think that they're not capable or eligible for a job in
I the Canal Zone. All of them have high school diplomas. Some
' have a few years of college. All are veterans of the furious f lght-
_Jng in Europe and the Pacific, and all have years of experience
in their Jobs.
Yet they work for low wages, pay taxes and still manage to
laugh and enjoy life. I don't know one of them who turns out
the lights at nine and goes to bed even though they have to work
\en hour the next day.
They're too busy enjoying life with their neighbors on what
little they have. They're too busy being plain, honest, hard-
. working Americans.
It seems that being in the Canal Zone automatically makes
?ou one of the elite in this crowded world of suffering humanity,
bow to you.
How would you like to pay $70 for four unfurnished rooms,
plus heat, plus utilities? And this isn't in the City, but in the
suburbs where the "lower" rents exist.
You don't care for the suburbs? Well move to the City and
pay $125 for two rooms, furnished (how charitable), in the base-
ment of a four-story building.
You ask the landlord, who somehow looks like a baron of old.
%hy the high price and he says "it's been modernized." You check
with the former tenants (If you ran locate them) and you find
out that the apartment has been'wallpapered and a fairly decent
cove has replaced the antique which recently served the dwell-
ers.
That's modernizing? Not by your standards, but it's all legal
by price stablliatlon laws.
ISo. like many others before you. you buy a house, the price
being anywhere between $7,000 and $32.000.
Don't think the latter is of the dream, ranch type variety.
It isn't. It has six rooms and is located on a street where every
I house looks alike and where you pay an added water tax to the
:ity for the privilege of watering your own 10 ft. by 30 ft. stretch
of grass, referred to in some quarters as a lawn.
It isn't New York. Jack. It's all over the S.
And, anyway, to make the money you Zonlans make, you'd
ha\ : to work and live in the large cities. $70 a week is an un-
her red of salary outside the larger cities.
In short, the Canal Zone lacks three things: community life
and nelghborllness, old fashioned patriotism (you have little In-
terest in Korea, voting, and other subjects except where they af-
fect you personally and what you can get out of it), and tele-
vision.
The last you'll probably have In a few years. Some enter-
prl it; America-< will get more relay sirtions built and then you
won't lack this either.
You might also add the lack of common courtesy and man-
ners to the list of the things you don't have. Both young and
old alike have a constant habit of slamming doors In people's
faces, nearly running them down with cars and bucking their
way Into lines instead of standing like human beings at the end
of the line where they belong.
You're, with not too many exceptions, ill-bred, noisy, chronic
gripers, and you'think you're just about "it." In any other com-
munity you wouldn't amount to a row of pins.
_ To add to this, you have a habit of talking in a loud voice as
to how Important you are to the Canal and how many hundreds
you have at home and how many fifties you happen to have on
you at the moment.
Labor News
And
Comment
Greatest Show on Earth, Plus a Sideshow
By Victor RIESEL
It will be only a few hours af-
ter the presidential campaign
ends no matter who wins
when a tough, unyielding new
campaign is launched across the
land, a campaign to smash what
is still the capone-Luciano mob,
now more sprawling and more
powerful than it was in what
were really cap-pistol days com-
pared with the crime "industry
of these quieter moments.
Crlmlnologlsts, or gang bust-
ers, call them what you will, in
14 major cities will give them-
selves Just a day to settle down
after the presidential count is In,
and then will head for New York.
Here, on Nov. 6 and 7, they
will set up a National Assn. of
Crime Commissions, a private
coast-to-coast anti-crime syn-
dicate for a finish fight with' the
syndicated crime of men whom
the public thought long retired.
This latter-day posee will
spend considerable time plan
nlng to crack labor racketeer-
ing. Eren the sophisticated
Cbers of the New York City.
i-Crime Committee, who
will be the hosts, are appalled
by the power the old Lepke-
Capon e-Luelano lieutenants
have developed In big Industry
and politics through their con-
trols of a handful of key u-
nlons.

You love to carry on long range conversations with friends
who happen to be on the other side of the room, and all the time
your eyes constantly roaming to see who's noticing you. It isnt
hard to notice, this kind but the looks he gets aren't admiration,
Just plain disgust.
This type goes hand in hand with the one who blabs In a
loud voice about the difficult piece of machinery he's working on
when all the time he doesn't know how to change a burned out
light bulb.
But this in short has little to do with what I shape up a
Zonlan to be.
Why don't you people wise up to the fact that the Zone Is no
longer the gravy train? Why don't you realize that this world
of ours is moving too fast, scientifically and otherwise, to have
room for, the "special breed?"
Say what you want, but in a few years your differential will
vanish and you'll be on Stateside wages, paying Stateside prices,
and becoming American once again
Transportation has improved so In the past thirty years that
It isn't difficult to get someone down here overnight to take over
your Job.
The days of malaria and other dreads are over with. This
is no longer the suffering spot on the globe. It's modern, clean,
well kept, and new housing is constantly going up.
It's got so, now, that when someone catches a snake, his pic-
'uould be taken. They're even becoming a rarity.
short, Zonlans are In for a fall in the not-too distant fu-
The Jungle Jim's among you will vanish with the glory
theirs; and this place wUl be Just another piece of land
j American flag over It.
gold has begun to tarnish and I for one welcome It...
clal breed" won't exist much longer.
Equality.

TEEN
AGERS!
Don't bt embarrassed
by bad complexion
Use Cuticura Soap morning and
night. Atbedtitne.applyCuticura
Ointmentand leave on overnight.
See amazing results in 7 days!
Buy Cuticura Soap and Oint-
ment today.
Those who start as labor rac-
keteers wind up owning or ter-
rorizing much of their industry.
That's the pattern the new an-
ti-crime network will try to wipe
outlock, stock and bomb.
In this drive the citizen-crl-
mlnologlsts want the help of u-
nlons such as the CIO's men's
clothing organization, which has
Just cleaned three high officers
out of its Eastern divisions.
And the Seafarers Internatio-
nal Union (API,), which is buck-
ing the Luciano dope smuggling
syndicate, the pivot of all mass
crime, since it provides the heavy
cash in small bills.
The full story of the Amal-
gamated Clothing Workers' U-
nlon drive to tear out of Its ranks
the men linked to the tough and
explosive days of the Thirties, is
locked in Its files.
But It's to the union's credit
that it washed out the rot into
which hundreds of thousands
of dollars had been lost, and
drove from this union the of-
ficers who terrorized employers
and were both union represen-
tatives and big businessmen at
the saine time. This meant
that they could set their own
pare standards and undercut
legitimate industrialists.
Despite the bombings, shoot-
ings and assassinations of cru-
sading union chiefs in Chicago.
Detroit, St. Louis and New York,
the union that fears little and
is taking on the toughest of all
Is the AFL Seafarers. Just ask
U.S. Customs and the Federal
Narcotics Bureau.
Working closely with the AFL
union, the Federals have been
able to knock out most of the
multi-million dollar shipments
by the Luciano drug syndicate,
which is linked to the mobs in
virtually all the big cities.
The ring has for years planted
its agents aboard merchant ves-
sels as couriers who could smug-
gle in the "junk" In loaves of
bread, hollowed out pieces of
dunnage, hollow wooden fenders,
crevices of a bulkhead and even
In the bottom of filled oil stor-
age tanks.
This courier system was
slashed by the AFL Seafarers.
The union's leaders ordered Its
crews to turn In those who
used or carried the Illicit
drugs, which, It must be re-
feated again and again, cons-
Itute the financial lifeblood
of the mobs in any field.
If other union members were
as crusading as the Seafarers,
the dope traffic could be jam-
med easily enough.
For example, not too long ago,
a traveler sitting at the pannel-
led bar of a passenger vessel
converted from a wartime
freighter, noticed a slip of paper
moved out from under the wall.
On it he saw an order for a
scotch and soda. This be report-
ed to the captain.
A search revealed a small room
built secretly right into the ship
-behind the wall of the bar. It
wasnt on any blueprint of the
vessel. v ,
Inside sat the thirsty custom-
er who was ordering his drinks
on paper.
In addition to his thirst, the
man in the secret and unchart-
ed chamber had one million dol-
lars In opium, The bartender
worked with him, slipping him
food and drink through a panel.
Apparently the smuggling
ring had planned so far ahead
that It had gotten to the ship-
yard workers and bribed them
into building an extra room.
Thus It had made many tripe
loaded with a million bucks
worth of "stuff."
That's big business. And a
handful of workers In the ship
conversion yards could have
smashed the plot with just one
phone call.
What the CIO Clothing Work-
ers Union an dthe AFL Seafarers
Union can do, the rest of labor
shouldn't find difficult to paral-
lel. And after Nov. 7, there'll be
a national network of crime
busters to work with.
It'll be syndicate against syn-
dicateand labor can help the
prime busters win. The union
chiefs should work as hard In
"ils crmpr*'n rs t did In the
:o'f'- m, IT '"
. u-1 Hal!
Mickey Mantle
By 606 RUARK
NEW YORKMaster Mickey Mantle of the
New York Yankees Is heading home pretty soon
for another confab with his draft board.
There Is nothing very unusual about this, ex-
cept that this is the fifth comb-over the kid
has had, and after four shots at his carcass
you'd think they'd know whether he was dog
meat or draft bait.
Mantle is 20, superbly healthy, and potentially
the best all-around baseball player In the world.
He would make an excellent soldier, except for
a long-standing bone disease osteomyelitis, I
believe which has caused his repeated re-
jected. You know the military thought on this
matter. Sign up nobody who might have to be
retired on disability.
It Is my private idea that anybody who can
play center fleM for the New York Yankees,
and who can get from home to first in three
seconds, can survive a stint of soldiering. But
that is not the point.
The point Is that continued scrutiny by draft
boards, after being rejected more than twice,
constitutes persecution. In time of war there
may be some excuse for rescreenlng, gradually
lowering requirements, until they are taking
torsos. But this is no time of war, and we have
been running manpower mobilization lefthand-
ed, If we have been running it at all.
Mantle Is a kid on the threshold of a great
career in his chosen profession. It is not fair
to keep him on the hook.
If he is subject to draft, draft him, and let
him serve his time. If he is not subject to
draft, ten him so and let him play baseball with
a free mind.
It's downright slow torture to keep a specter
of uncertainty always over a man's head. It
can affect his digestion, his sleep and his live-
lihood.
I was never personally subject to the vagaries
of draft boards and the mystery that is national
Selective 8ervice. having applied for blue
rompers early in the last one.
But the people who did live under Its baleful
whim tell me It is like looking ever upward at
a poised ax. You can't plan. You can't think
beyond today. You Just wait, to see what a few
people are going to do with you.
The administration of our postwar draft has
been a poor, wishy-washy thing, as variable as
a woman's mood, and as contradictory to com-
mon sense.
I see now that Lewis Hershey, the head man.
Is warning next year's college students that
the draft may slap 'em loose from an education.
Only yesterday the college kids were the cher-
ished exemptees, while weary old warriors from
the last ruckus took up the belly in the line.
Way the draft has worked in past, men who
had reason to believe that they were exempt
suddenly have found themselves snagged. Men
have been led on and on in false security, only
to have swift changes of draft-board temper,
resulting In a summons to service. To say that
this works a hardship on the victim is one of
the milder understatements.
I think they ought to led the likes of young
Mantle alone. He has offered up his body four
times, now, for scrutiny. Every time they say
his bone condition makes him a bum risk for
the services.
This kind of thing rarely gets better. Whether
It Improves enough to make mantle eligible
seems unimportant in theory.
Selective Service Is a harsh thing, since it de-
prives a man of freedom and sends him off to
a barracks, where he parks his civil liberties
with his sports coat. When you are in there is
no way to get out. It seems to me It ought to
work the same way in reverse.
You,say to the board: Here am I. gentle-
men. Send me out for the physical. If I pass
the tests, away we go. If I don't for heaven's
sake leave me alone, quit calling me back to
answer the same tired questions, when you know
I'm the same lousy risk I was the last time
you had me up for fun, to make the community
feel you're doing your duty. Hand me the sol-
dier suit or leave me be.
Mantle would have gone to boot camp like
n-iv other kid If they'd accepted him at first,
sc-nd, third or fourth summons.
He': ~ot light to beef, now, that his draft
board is seeking self-importance at Mickey
Mantle's expense, because he certainly hasn't
been hiding out from his bounden duty.
Walter Winchell In New York
GAMBLER'S SONG
It always seems to me when Winter near.
As tranquil Autumn poises to take wing,
Farewell should not be marred by brooding tears,
Although there may not be another Spring...
This is the gamble In the game we play-
There Is no certain way the dice must fall;
Our chips are bits of Time, each worth a day,
And no one should expect to win them all.
The seasons change, like dealers through a night,
And when the fading stars give way to dawn,
The lucky ones look up to greet the light...
The losers have no jewels left to pawn.
The dregs should be less bitter in the cup.
If we who gamble play itup and up.
Guy Fowler.
The Main Stemlnent: The Rex (Llllle Palmen
Harrisons ("The Four Poster" stars) handnhand-
lng along Vth Avenue Just like Mr. and Mrs.
J. Doax... Phil (osopher) Silvers phllosophylng
In the Bermuda Room... Charles Farrell (back
at La Vie En Rose) observing: "What a Series I
Going the full 7 games. It takes thorobreds to
go the distance"... Lionel Hampton, spellbound
by a Salvationist's sidewalk-sermon, at 47th and
the Stem... Gov. Dewey, L. B. Mayer and Dudley
Roberts (who he?) in a huddle in the faraway
corner of the Colony... Florence Chadwick. the
champ swimaedchen, diving into a double steak
at Eduardo Condon's... The Hank (Carol Cim-
bel i Oreenbergs (she's sooo preddyi doing the
town. Hank and the Cleveland ballteam's p.m.
(Marshall Samuel) have divorced after all these
years... Lovely Paula Stone (Fred's baybee) and
groom Miguel Sloan* on the Rockeiler Rink.
Skate -charmers.
Sallies In Our Alley: Sherry Jackson, 16-year-
younr actress (in "Miracle of Fa tima") met
Cardinal Stritch recently. "Your Eminence," she
Mid. "I'm not really a Catholic, yen know"...
"Whatever you are," was the sweioquent reply,
"be a good one"... Washington's latest silly -
Hilly about the Capitol's very happy Apple
Tree. It explained its glee with: "After Novem-
Ter. when they want apple-sauce in this town,
they're gonna have to coma to Me:"
Midtown Vignette: The scene was Llndy's...
The stay-ups were weary and bored with a
name-droppa who was claiming every Name In
politics as an intimate friend.. He had Just
"lunched with Adlai Stevenson" when an ex-
asperated local Interrupted: "What a coinci-
dence! Here comes Adlal Stevenson now and
you Just dined with him?"... The name-droppa
was petrified... "Did I say Adlai Stevenson?"
he winced. "I meant Adlal Goldberg."
Memos of a Midnighter: Midtown newsstands
are enjoying a hike In racing-sheet sales. A
lure Sign that off -track, belt Ing is also hiking ..
The Charlie Silverat (he's a Yankee catcher)
expect a pitch from the Stawk... Soph Tucker
will appear In the final scene of "Some of These
Days." whlch'Il star Bey Baon... Martha
Stewart (after aU those free items) finally got
the decree. Her latest Is dance director Lei
Clark... I'P phoned (following our first teevy
newcast Sunday night) and said: "About I Coast
papers want to reprint your editorial disclosing
that Truman begged Ike (in l5l) to save the
Demo. Ticket." The last Unes wore: "So when
vou hear Truman slander Eisenhower remem-
ber those slanders come from the Sourest Grape
in all history. Hell Hath No Fury Like A Tru-
man Scorned"... We got 5 complaints In hun-
dreds of wires.
New York Yankees Novelette: Vic Raacbi. the
Yank star who won two of the Series games,
rarely smiles... When his teammates crack
jokes in the undressing rom, Vic may enjoy
them but you'd never know it... He found it
painful to smile when his kid brother lost his
sight after being struck by a baseball... Vic
loves his brother very much and he shared the
agony .. But we have a very happy ending to
this story... The blind brother became Athletic
Director at t Social Center for the Blind near i
Springfield. Mass... He met a lovely blind girl
there... You may have read about their mar-
riage the other week... And though Vic has
forgotten how to smile (except for the Victory
Grin in the pictures) his brother's Joy has^
made Vic Raschi one of the happiest men in the
world.
qtie WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DRIW MARION
Drew Pearson says Did Nixon use influence with Federal
government on behalf of donors to his expense fund?
Risky to have a Senator subsidiied by group of busi-
nessmen.
EN ROUTE THROUGH THE WE8T.In an earlier column on
Senator Nixon's secret expense fund it was shown how he voted
right down the line for the legislative measures which his 7t
millionaire givers favored.
The second question to be examined Is whether Senator Nixon
also used Influence with the Federal government on behalf of
his Nixon expense club.
In his broadcast to the nation Nixon said he had not. A few
days later, however, the St. Louis Post Dispatch unearthed tho
fact that Dana Smith, the lawyer who collected the $18,000 for
Nixon, had used Nixon's Influence through his administrativo
assistance to try to get a $500,000 tax refund from the govern-
ment.
It Is a penitentiary offense for any member of Congress to
Intervene in a case against the government for pay. A Senator
is paid by the United States government and Is supposed to re-
present the government alone. Hence the law.
He Is not supposed to be paid by outsiders, and other mem-
bers of Cngress have gone to jail for accepting money when they
intervened in cases against the Federal government.
The tax refund claimed by Dana Smith against the US. gov-
ernment is an Illustration. Dana Smith, the man who got Nixon'
office to intervene, not only had paid Nixon personally but rais-
ed $18,000 for him.
RISKY BUSINESS
Today the Federal government plays such an important rolo
in the operation of any business firm, and business firms in turn
seek so many concessions or contracts from the government, but
it becomes risky to have a man in the Senate who Is subsidised
by a group of businessmen.
Take, for instance, the list of Nixon's millionaires club and
the concessions of contracts they have with the government.
Here are some of them:
Charles B. Ducommun, a Los Angeles steel dealer got a 50
per cent tax amortization write-off on a new $366,865 ware-
house. It Is not known where Nixon Or his office helped.
Such matters are kept confidential by the Defense Produc-
tion Administration and sometimes not even recorded.
Earl Jorgensen and Company got a 75 per cent tax write-
off on forging equipment, Sept. 20, 1961; another 60 per cent
write-off on $227,236 on July 18; another 50 per cent write-off
on $343,500 on Feb. 4, 1962.
It is not known that Nixon or his office helped get these
write-offs. Jorgenson Is a giver to the Nixon fund.
Clayton Manufacturing Co. got a SO per cent tax write-off
on dynometers costing $38,106 in March 1951 and an 80 per sent
write-off on $171,380 on steam cleaners In July 1951. Both Benja-
mn Clayton and his son William are givers to Nixon's expenses.
K. T. Norrls. ammunitions manufacturer, got a 75 per cent
tax write-off on $199,650 in September 1981. He is a donor to
Nixon's expenses.
Even more important, the Norria company has defense con-
tracts totaling $54.000,000 with the Army and Navy. Morris leases
one plant from the government at Rlverbank, Calif., also oper-
ates plants of his own, where he manufacturers 57 millimeter
shells, 75's, 90 millimeters, 105's and 155's.
Whether Senator Nixon has used any Influence with any
members of the Defense Department regarding these contract'
Is something I have not been able to ascertain. But It's an un-
healthy practice for any company doing business with the gov-
ernment to be subsidizing a Senator.
Herbert Hoover Jr. has sn important contract with the Fe-
deral government to explore for oil.in the oil regions In northern
Alaska. He Is president of the United Geophysical Co., which has
signed the Alaskan contract with the Navy.
United Oeophyslcal is a wholly owned subsidiary of Union
Oil, of which Hoover Js also not only a director but holds $0.24
shares valued at $1,200,000. Hoover is a contributor to the Nixon
fund.
W. Herbert Allen is vice president of the Title Insurance and
Trust Co., which underwrites the oil leases of the big,companies
operating out In the tldelands oil area. If these leases should be
outlawed, then Allen's company might be left holding the bag
for about $49,000,000. Allen is a contributor to the Nixon funds.
BIG-MONEY BOYS
Arthur 8. Crltes of Bakerfleld Is an applicant before the Fe-
deral government for a mineral land permit in Southern Califor-
nia. To get such a permit accepted, a little influence sometime*
is helpful. Crltes is a member of the Nixon expense fund club.
Crltes Is also vlee president of the Bakerfleld Home Building
Association and secretary and director of the Kern county Mu-
tual Building and Loan Association.
It to happens that Nixon's record in the Senate has been
made to order for the mutual savings banks and building and
loan associations.
When the Senate voted on plugging some of the loopholes In
the tax bill. Nixon voted for the Oapehart amendment which
actually widened one loophole by permitting mutual savings
banks and building and loan associations to exempt their re-
serves from taxation up to 10 per cent.
Other bankers who dug down in their Jeans to loin the Nixon
expense fund club include: Walker Smith, president of JSmlth
and Sons Investment Co.. Red River Lumber Co., and Shasta
Forests; Charles Howard, president of Howard Securities Co.;
Robert E. Hunter, director of Citizens National Trust and Savings
Bank and the Pacific Finance Co.; and Hulet P. Smith, Arcadia
Mortgage Co. %
The boys who ponied up for Dick Nixon Incidentally wer*
not small-time millionaires. They were In the really big money.
Here are some more of them with their backgrounds:
John Bacon, director of Wyandotte Chemicals of Michigan; ,
and the Ford building in Detroit, the Ford collieries and tho
Wypndotte Transportation Company In Michigan.
Thomas Arden, executive vice president of Robertson-Fulton
Controls in Lynwood, Calif., and of Anaheim Controls, a part of
the Robertson-Fulton Co., in Anaheim, Calif.
William B. Coberly Jr.. president of the Pacific Nut OH Co.,
and vice president of California Cotton OIL Inc.
Charles Howard Jr.. president of Howard Securities, the
Charles Howard BulcR Co.. and the Auto Insurance Agency.
Harold McClellan, president Old colony Paint and Chemical
Co.
Rudolph Wig. vice President Holly Manufacturing Co., direc-
tor of the Kelco Co and of Arcadia Metal Products.
P. G. Wlnnet. chairman of the board of Bullock's depart-
ment store, one of the biggest In the Los Angeles area; director
of Associated Merchandise Corp. of New York.
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RECEPTION AT CHINESE LEGATION LAST EVENING
The Chlneae Lejation entertained wltM a reception laat
evening from :00 to 7:80 at the Leiation on AvenidaGenera^
San Martin. Number 6. In commemoration of the first Anm
versary of the Proclamation of the Chinese Republic.
Guests included high officials of Panama and the Canal
Zone, the members of the Diplomatic and Consular Corps
and other friends.
the convention of the Children
o tne uueucan Kevoluuon.
An laoies eligible lor mem-
bersuiy in the u. n. it. are in-
viten.
Special Mission To
Chile Inauguration Named
The Republic of Panamas
Special Mission to the Inaugu-
ration of President-elect Carlos
Ibaftez del Campo of Chile will
be headed by Lieutenant Colo-
nel Alejandro Remn who is
President of the National As-
sembly and the brother of His
Excellency, the President of the
Republic of Panama, Jose Anto-
nio Remon Cantera.
The other members of the
delegation Include Mr T Ga-
briel Duque, former President
of the Republic of Panama; Mr.
Juan Gallndo. former Minister
of Labor, Public Health and So-
cial Security; Mr. Carlos Icaa
V Ambassador of Panama to
Chile; and the Embassy Coun-i
sellor, Mr. Eduardo Alfaro Haes
who will serve as secretary of
the special mission.
Mr Duque and Mr. Gallndo
will each nave the rank of Am-
bassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary.
Mr. Glover Is Visitor Here
Mr. Robert Glover, the Com-
mercial Attache at the United
States Embassy in Santiago,
Chile, arrived on the Isthmus
recently by plane from South
America for a short visit to the
Isthmus.' During his stay he Is
a guest at the Hotel Tivoll.
Mrs. Weat Returns Monday
Mrs. Marvin J. West, the wife
of Captain West, Marine Direc-
tor of the Panama Canal, will
be among the passengers on the
8. S. Panama, Monday, from
New York. Mrs. West has spent
the past several weeks visiting
with relatives In Edgewatr
Beach, Maryland.
Mr. Fisher Returns from
San Francisco
Mr. Myron W. Fisher of Bella
Vista returned to the Isthmus
today from a vacation of two
months spent in San Francisco,
: California and other parts of
.the west coast.
Dinner Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thompson
were hosts to & group of their
friends on Thursday evening at
a dinner given in the Bella Vis-
ta Room of the Hotel El Pana-
ma on the occasion of Mrs.
Thompson's birthday anniver-
sary.
GUests Included Mr. and Mrs.
Ignacio Molino. Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Emer Orr, Mrs. Edith I.
Nason, Major P. D. Ullbbrl and
Mr. Roy Mosher.
presentative of Pan-American
World Airways; Mr. William
Boyd, Boyd Brothers Inc.; Mr.
Manuel J. Pastlllo, Colon Tra-
vel Agency; Mrs. C. E. Smith,
Persons Travel Bureau; Mr.
Carlos Saenz, and Miss Judith
Herrera both of Balboa Express;
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Janon, Ti-
voll Tours; and Mr. W. 8. K.
Trapnell, Panama Tours.
Held
for
the
Monthly Tea To Be
At Spanish Embassy
The regular monthly tea
the auxiliary members of
Panama Red Cross will be given
on Monday afternoon at the
Spanish Embassy by the Coun-
tess de Rabago, wife of the Am-
bassador of Spain to Panama.
Music Group To Meet
The Music Group of the Ca-
nal Zone College Club will meet
on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
home of Miss Dorothy Moody,
hostess for the evening, 0435-A
Frangipani Street in An con.
Mrs. W. A. Webb Is In charge
of the program.
Rosary Altar Society To Meet
The Rosary Altar Society of
St. Mary's Church in Balboa
will hold their regular month-
ly meeting on Monday evening
after Novena In St. Mary's Hall.
Fern Leaf Chapter To Meet
Fern Leaf Chapter, O.E.8. Noo.
4, will hold their regular meet-
ing at the Pedro Miguel Lodge
Hall on Monday at 7; 30 p.m.
All Eastern Stars are cordially
invited.
Bingo Tomorrow Night
isiiigo win be playeu tomor-
row ai, 7:ju p.m. at tne aman-
ean region tsiuo in tau rort
Amaaor Area. Meinbem ana
tneir guests are coruiany 111-
vitea.
Bridge Tournament
faonuay evening
ine regular oridge tourna-
ment win oe piayeu on Mon-
day evening in me oaru nooni
01 the 101*1 11 von at <:uu p.m.
Ail interested onoge playera are
inviten to a<,tena.
Past Matrons To Meet In Balboa
The Past Matrons Association
of the Canal Zone will meet in
the Scottish Rite Temple in
Balboa on Saturday, October 25.
Breakfast will be served at 8:45
a.m. '
Reservations may be made by
calling Miss Grace Williams at
3-1918; Mrs. Loretta Newhard at
5-472; or Mrs. Columbia Reiman
at 2-1003.
American Guild ol Organists
Meets ionignt
Tne istniiiian Branch, No. 1,
Amencan uunu 01 organist win
meet tnis evening at r.tn in tne
iiiorary ol tne wewisn veiiare
Boaro Center on ut noca Koad
in balboa.
"Acoustics and the Musician"
by Ray Berry, uean 01 tne 001-
oraao Springs cnapter, will oe
discussed.
Alpha Chapter
io meet uesdsy
The regular bl-m 0 n t h 1 y
meeting 01 the Canal Zone Al-
pha cnapter of Beta Sigma Phi
will be neld at the Uurundu
Sorority House on Tuesday Oc-
tober 14, at 7:30 p.m.
New Staff Chosen
For JC Magazine
'Tropical Collegian'
The Tropical Collegian, the lit-
erary magazine of the Canal
Zone Junior College, has an-
nounced the election at a recent
meeting of Betty Flumach of Bal-
bop. as editor-In-chief and G.
Hendrickson of Balboa, as busi-
ness manager, for the current
year. Both are of the class of
1953.
Miss Flumach has Selected as
her assistant editor Sonya Men-
dieta of Panama City and has ap-
pointed other staff members as
lollows: Anne Morrill, fiction edi-
the
be
at
Panagra Is Host For
Cocktail-Busjnesa Meeting
Panagra was host on Thurs-
day evening at the Hotel El
Panama at a meeting of the
Pan-American World Airways
Panagra Travel Agents Council.
Those attending Included Mr.
William Bird, Senior Represen-
tative of Panagra; Mr. Homer
Rees, Representative of Panama
Agencies; Mr. Edward Bretz, Re-
Gamboa Church Bazaar
October 24
The annual bazaar of
Gamboa Union Church will
held on Friday, October 24 .
the Gamboa Civic Center where
a "JOhnny Mosettl" supper will
be served beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Attractions will Include an
Apron and Fancy work booth;
a Country Store; Fishpond, Par-
cel Post Booth; Sweet Shop;
Plant BootH; and White Ele-
phant Booth for which sales
will begin at 6:15 p.m.
Tickets are $1.00 for adults
and 50 cents for children. The
public is cordially invited to at-
tend.
Reserve Officers Association
To Meet
A meeting of the Navy Pacific
Chapter of the Reserve Officers
Association will be held on Fri-
day, October 17, at the Ameri-
can Legion Club. Dinner and re-
freshments at 7:30 p.m. will be
followed by a business meeting
at 8:00 p.m.
Mrs. Nash To Address D. A. R.
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet on Satur-
day, October 18 In, the Library
of the Jewish Welfare Board
Center on La Boca Road in Bal-
boa at 2:00 p.m.
This regular fall meeting will
be the first held under the aus-
Elces of newly elected officers,
leading the slate Is Mrs. Ru-
dolph W. Rubelli of Cristobal,
D.A.R. Regent.
Guest speaker for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Milton Lee
Nash of Gatun, who will discuss
Truman Declares Generals
Aren't Presidential Timber
TRUMAN TRAIN, Oct. 11 (UP) President Tru-
man last night accused Dwight D. Eisenhower of under-
mining national morale by charging the administration
with "blunders" in Korea.
"By attacking our efforts in Korea and calling them
a blunder, he has raised questions that strike a blow at
the morale of free nations there," Mr. Truman said in a
whistle-stop speech at Albany, N.Y.
Stumping through New York state, Mr. Truman bore
down on his theme that Eisenhower is not qualified to be
President because of his military career.
At Albany, Mr. Truman cited old statements by both
Eisenhower and Gen. Douglas MacArthur to support a
contention that the President should always be a civilian.
Mr. Truman said political lead-
res will never let a general have
the presidential nomination, if
they think they can win other-
wise.
"The politicians nominate gen-
erals in hope that military glam-
our will fool the people, and keep
them from thinking about the
Issues," Mr. Truman said.
Mr. Truman said that at the
time he believed Elsenhower was
qualified to be President, "I
thought I could rely on his in-
tegrity."
"Whatever else happened,"
Mr. Truman said, "I thought
he would defend the Interna-
tional policies he had done so
much In his military career to
help create and put Into ef-
fect.
out" for what Republicans would
do to farm programs.
The candidate reminded his
thought he would stand
'y -
effort we are making to hold off
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firml)
lollows: Anne Mornii, nciwn eui- "ver"nment
tor; Charles Rheln, non-fiction: KttVr"
Edgar plummer, verse editor; K.
Jayne Butler, humor editor; He-
liana Filos, fine ardts editor;
llana Filos, fine arts editor;
Mabel Chatburn, girls* sports
writer; Sonya Morley. chief ar-
tist; George Metlvier, Duncan
Wong and Elvia Chung, contrib-
uting artists; Joyce Chenalloy,
chief typist; Patricia Foster, Eve-
lyn Rinaldo, Addy Sanchez and
Marguerite Flynn, technical as-
sistants; Mary Stuart Jones,
Catherine Budd and Marilyn Du-
puis, inquiring reporters.
The Tropical Collegian was
founded in 1937 and hag appear-
ed monthly or bi-monthly ever
since. The first issue of 1952-53
will appear about November 1.
nought he would stand
behind the great defense
Communist aggression and pre-
vent world war.
"I thought he could be relied
on to give firm support to Our
allies and to the brave men who
are struggling against aggression
In Korea."
"But this is not the case."
At Rochester, Mr. Truman
said: "The Republicans in this
campaign are telling more half
truthsand more deliberate, un-
varnished liesthan In any oth-
er campaign in my recollection.'
The Republican nominee, Mr.
Truman said, "is going around
the country making loose
charges about Communism In the
when "he knows
better."
"He knows that for years the
government has had an effective
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he said, "because that Is the on-
ly way to clean out all Com-
munist influence from the gov-
ernment and battle communism
in the minds of men throughout
the world.
"The mistakes In foreign po-
licy, and the Korean war Itself,
are the result of a complete mis-
conception of communism by
Presidents Roosevelt and Tru-
man, by Secretary Acheson and
his predecessors," Taft said.
"The Republican Party has al-
ways known the doctrine of in-
ternational communism for ex-
actly what It Is," Taft declared.
He quoted former Presidents
Harding, Coolidge and Hoover,
former Secretary of State
Charles Evans Hughes, and the
late Sen. Arthur Vandenberg (R-
Mich.) as warning about Rus-
sian aims and against recogni-
tion of the Soviets as far back
as 1S22 and as late as 1930.
"Although In the last few years
xxie laiiuiunic inmnuuu nio /liuiiuugu in me mot icw remo
Oklahoma audience of the state's our government has instituted a
farm disaster in the 1930s, when so-called get tough policy toward
dust, drought and depression! Russia In foreign affairs, and
drove many farm families west-
ward.
Democratic administrations'
farm .programs returned the
dust bowl to fruitful produc-
tion, he said, and, "it happened
because we had a President
with a great heart for the peo-
fle's welfare and I mean
ranklln D. Roosevelt.
Stevenson told the Oklahoma
editors America must guard a-
galnst the least sign of weakness
because 'the Kremlin can change
its signals again.'
The policy of collective strength
against the Communist threat
"has worked so well that we may
well be seeing this week in
Moscow a shift in Russian po-
licy which may be of the great-
est Importance," he said.
"The Russians may have de-
cided that their aggressive po-
licies have been too risky, and
that they have more to gain by
honey than by vinegar.
"I said 'may have" but that
Is at least a possible Interpreta-
tion of Stalin's recent statement.
Only time will tell."
Stevenson's reference was to
Stalin's statement that the East
and West can live together in
peace. It was made at the open-
ing of the Soviet Congress.
The candidate said Americans
must not be deluded by Soviet
attempts to re-establish the
united front.
"But I do see a chance of long-
run Improvement provided we
standfastly pursue our present
UIHIIIIIVII. ilH" .- .--------------------- om i lull
program to keep Communists out course.
of the government service," Mr. "This might all be sadly alter-
ed if the Republicans win In No-
Truman said.
Meanwhile Gov. Adlai E. Ste-
venson aald In Oklahoma City
a Republican victory in No-
vember might wreck American
participation in collective se-
curity programs and put the
nation on "a sure road to dis-
aster."
He said he suspects the secur-
ity program has worked well e-
nough to point Russia toward
another round of soft talk with
the United States. As evidence
he cited the recent "peace" talk
by Soviet Premier Josef 8talin
and the current Soviet Congress
meeting in Moscow.
The Democratic presidential
nominee's remarks came in a
luncheon talk to 100 Oklahoma
newspaper editors.
Earlier, he spoke to a crowd
of 7,500 at the plaza before Ok-
lahoma City's municipal audi-
torium, warning voters to "look
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has reluctantly dismissed a few
Communists," Taft said.
"Its reluctance to admit the
mistakes of the past and Its ab-
solute refusal to cooperate with
Congress do not give us any as-
surance that the Democrats are'
finally awake to the dangers
whoso existence they have deni-
ed for so many years."
Taft said within a year af-
ter Democrats took office in
1933, infiltration of govern-
ment by Communists was
flourishing, and the Reda
"went after the labor unions
and obtained most effective
results."
"Many of our policy makers at
Teheran and Yalta were bam-
boozled into the belief that com-
munism was a pretty good sys-
tem and Its ideals largely those
of America," Taft said.
"The Far Eastern division of
the State Department is still
inspired... by strong prejudice in
favor of Chinese Communists."
DAUGHTER CAUSES DIVORCE
DETROIT (UP) Mrs. Shir-
ley Oasklns, 22, was granted a
divorce after testifying that her
husband, Leonard, was so disap-
pointed when they had a daugh-
ter instead of the son he want-
ed that he refused to support
her and finally deserted her.

UNDAUNTEDScreen star Lex Barker appears undaunted hf
an impending divorce from actress Arlene Dahl as ho make
merry with red-headed actress Susan Morrow at a Lake County,
Calif., summer resort. Barker and Miss Morrow are among Holly J
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vember and proceed to do what
they say they will do," Stevenson
salo. |
For, If we show signs of let-
ting up and that la what
we would be doing if we slash-
ed our defense and foreign as-
sistance programsthe Krem-
lin can change Its signals a-
gain."
Meanwhile Sen. Robert A. Taft
blamed the Korean war and
"mistakes" In foreign policy on
"a complete misconception of
communism" by President Tru-
man and Franklin D. Roosevelt
and their secretaries of state.
Taft concentrated on commu-
nism In a speech at a "Bill Jen-
ner Day" Republican rally sup-
porting the re-election of Sen.
William E. Jenner (R.-Ind.) He
said recognition of Russia In
1933 was "ihe beginning of a de-
monstrated softness to commun-
Taft said tha softness "both
domestically and In foreign af-
fairs" has lasted up to this day.
"We must elect Eisenhower,"
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Aaociationa in Franca, the French Union, Near Eaat, Africa, Switzerland,
United Kingdom, Uruguay, Mxico and the Far Eat.
Correspondents throughout the world.
BANKING OPERATIONS IN GENERAL
We specialise In Current and savings accounts, documentary credits, collection,
foreign exchange operations and sale of Travelers Cheek.
Calle "I" No. 20
Telegraphic address "PATCO"
Telephone 2*0710
P.O. Box No. 1774
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