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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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Pace. Jt., hailed the worldVflit great rae V T fliblty and
atomic cannon today at =ta. volume .which can be delivered While news of outside sudppt
public demonstration,I as L. with 'elitreme accuracy and re- from various sources is rechi fng
ty weapon or winning bat lilablity at any time of the day the Canal Zone Emergency JUIkgs-
victories at a "minimum ca.P or night; regardless of zero lative Committee, local support- -
Pace called the developugit of celinKs, storm, hall or other in the form of monetary aid ts --
the 85-ton, 11-inch riflea condition holding at a strong vel chair-
h ru -n aiU..holding at a strong lwel, ehalT-
tnprodue d z in quanteity M of ., man Rufus M. Lovelady said -to- WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP) Howard MUa
weaponst. pro" tntbeemer" f .special representative of the Panam6 Canal Comp.m
rtfent years." He ealtt itweon I p oe be one of t seems as thought almot e e P om
ops Upmanyvist'as," the vital fators in helpingto erybody the comm ttee c employes, announced in Washington this morningI
field of fand combat." o t-either makes a contribution or a within the next few days he will deliver a letter to.a
dyhewldolnvdcombat."riamletterIto."t
Pace spoke at the Army Pryov- tefleld." pledge," said Lovelady. Yesterday White House. appealing for the President's inerv
in t oronda here. in a4dPtoa to Pace said .,hat in developing he and other ZELC officials appealing for thePresdents interv
I rng off the atomlrgun. th# new coicepts of ground war- opered an account at the Chase m a controversy over rental increases on Canal Z .O
In 0 demonstrated thoe ma- fare "the Aimy accepts the National Bank for deposit e house
neu V4 llty and firepower of responsabillty for gaining such coHections to fight the rent ite hosng,
three westt apnd .at decisions atr minimum cost pri- a8nd initiate an investigation of He hopes to call on President Truman pe
ii lT"rtl ne-ilfle .oi formnl=llenks.' marly in human lives and sec- the local picture. "The letter was drafted yesterday in a confer
1'a at week, thRf nited In putbg tlhe new atomic: pm ondarlly in other national re- LovelWy who is also a nation- kAtr
w 'oah"entire 'u r throughhe aes. the Arroyspt sources." at vice-president of the Amerf- between Munro and officials of the American Fedier-
______ _a__ ___ ----- ---,--- . "" .- his unaersitod that altho it Pace also said that the Armyr Employes (an AFL union) has n o sairn tat he w.s s d
.. as been thor ti ly f selatmted started to work on the new gun received a reply from Janles A. Munro said that he was assisted by representative
it ha er ally fre n 1944 before it was known Campbell, national predet of the AFL construction and metal-workers affilit
'. .- I atoc stell. that there ever would be such tb- union, saying that le would well asth federation's legislative committee.
(e) ke gba ly wever, a thing as an atomic weapon." enid every assistance possibi in We rton S legiiative committee.
olS- .o,,e a ddedthaoe uon was the rent matter. "We drafted a good letter," tention of Company officials
a projectile." Campbel said that he said Munro, "and I have high the rent incree is virt
". ged BiDiVoss. an exper .leedi hoes that it Will get som e ac- ma.dat ory becaptae o& a ctti
HowardIn tIMe193 pplenUM01e
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G.rt a. 2 I .com proviim might be lega l1 -
tle^- mafent of 50 officers and 925 of oth stated that the matters in The labor representative said sible. They say, however. I
listed men under command of Bot h a ded the ars In
ablb e as) l fa- listed e undAheraf, commU question seemed to be such as he will also deliver to the White the Bureaus itself. o pnt fempW
ra. t d earmarked l oI r such. sichul e to arrive atSa o = be investigation. House another letter brought ered to initiate any such e.
r afrnoon. ecrrer llectorsfm e Atlantic from, Panama which ,ets forth tien.
These efforts apparently paid e route from San Francisco, 81e 1a*e r,prted response in the complaints ofCanal Zone cl- A ruling from the omp
f"l st yTear and tt this year when California. Gatt. Margarita ald Cristoba l tzen agarset a the rent hike. General would be requih d in te
Suiort One .f ehe key arguments of first place, they said,
~ W~ t~h~ n Nevada a var!,ity of The Qilbert Islands will moor committee. .Uieeutiwe. ai n through the of the White. House.
,Xh- -teo s i for battlefield use. at Pier I15, Balboa and will tran- e t wfe eoiay wu f a e.t cn-
a Amy tt the hih sit the Canal on tomorrow and "ce in a while," Lovelady te d a t
ArmyM h at depart-far Newsort, R. 1. said, "collectors run across a dare that f e al housing is es- Munro conferred
l 19 l maneaveible n cann The Gilbert Isands is 557 feet oessimist who asks 'What good is sentl the proper function- vsterday with Peter Beasl ,
nensb uoer aV iolesce with lIn'e In length and has a beam of. 75 this goingg to do?' But then he Ing of the Installations on the special adviser to Secretiar 'of
ed With pn naaaas em battlefield fe usually goes ahead and contrib- Zone. Army Frank C. Pace Jr.
h `Ah I" Ib gets up It t s alles away, It ute- anyway."
h he's -o fii ?te -e nd- nlet mass Of course, he added there are a They contend that with this "We had a very useful cor -
--.bear L a.ter -A troops BALBOA TIDES tew who don't contribute. finding the Panama Canal Com- station, and I think he under-
The ca.- aeleve. Most people, according to Love- pany could be directed to hold stands very well our point of
cTh a *la P''e.,sd tbat "this artillery Thursday, Oct. 16 lady seem to feel: rents at resent levels and make view," Munro said, adding:
oanld 'bY" pt'ste." of our Army n he- up any losses on housing through
r b tiesof our Armyto di IGH LOW "We know we wott accomplish general revenues. "I beleve that I may be able t
.Sherman ean charge Its primary responsibill-. a. m. 8:20 a. m. anything unless e mak an ef- e e Pace very soon as a relt of
o4col up ia .es in field or land combat. 8:33 p. m. for. And If we try we may win." This armment attacks the con- mv conference with Beiasey.

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&0 W X I 1NITE NATION1, .&t. 15 up to the smaller powers at this 60 ARard mediation of the
uni (UPi The Unlt@i8t to a afternoon's season, with the ex- ts African colonial issue d -
p er C%=vr* of'th ess ridden tarticy lof 814h posted United States Russia loped with Joso Carlos Mum
Cbn.nnCunvlt Obest 'secretarD of State oI sbh over Korea deferred. ofat r chairman of the pow-
Sr o0.the- Canl"Zos 0s,'s gfeneral p."ll Ie 0912 It when it was discovered erf Politioa Committee, expect-
As Inoe*United Nae' e edy spek, this afto'- fwt at the dispute off the as-
cmh m their entr; isb's session was called off. mbly floor.
V b bullerAchesonwhhad 4uch a delay would thrbw off
S odeid t he ra ndhe ed first on the speaks The first major issue of the as- a scheduled tentative three-part
S -. the general dbtnl -will come up in the ster- plan in which the United States
Thelalb'" .~t..4. or ln IilStE"' committee today, where riginally were understood to be
ogIsme .l org ed A 1 off hissp ch f- i two thue inclusion of the disputes with 1) An appeal for endorsement
o tOf 4h tim ap possibly until day. Tounisia and Morocco on the As- of what had been done.
mMr '1 e.. e a pt .On thatlscarer .strong move-e2 llAfrom Assmblyo t
crdent Lester B. Pearson of
whoe. -. Cnada to the Communists to
,a the ,,- make peace on the basis of thy
Pfaninjomn proposal and, if
t rn .e A demand for more active
-' thelp from other United Nations
a i turdamon members in floating the Korean
& t I& .beIon wae to a finish.
ewill be announced t eAcieon's postponement of his
trsumech led to speculation that
the United states was not certain
She unyChest ea- of its backing for its proposals
Art. was known that several of
ante lits-Wster European allies look-
.,a gg-ed askan ^ at "blood and thun-
def' on the latter aspects of
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new ball looks from the balcony. Mural at far left is one of two abstract designs by Fernom"
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UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. Oct.
15-(NRA),--A little man i aa
gray suit stood at one side of
the rostrum and spoke Into a
microphone.
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vacuum chaner, and on the eral Assesa' meeting for the
maln floorsomebody else was first tMee in lts perzaVtt
dIstrlbuting headphone se t a headquarters on the banks *i
anum th 4hsairs, dealing them New York's ~ut River.
off hds ar liMke a waiter setting O this day you would e
tablm. i heard the man la the gri
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Of the W ones and listened., tr ltisth.
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Labor News
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Comment

By Victor RAiesel


THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT I

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THIS i YOUR FORUM THE READERS 4'WN COLUMN A tiny, tightly-knit band of
,men around Gov. Stevenson has
;( apparently appointed itself the
P k thought-police of his headquar-i
U r g*ters and has kpt this story
T Om A I L 8 from being told to him privately. .
*' o So. before great damage is done .
Sto us in the Orient, the story K
The Mail Box is on open forum tor readers of The Panome Amer- must be told publicly.
ken. Leners are received gratetfullv end ore handled in a wholiv confl The story began on the West
"'utieil meaner. Coast, when Stevenson gave
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't apper the some off-the-cuff answers to
seat day. Letters re published m the order received. northwestern newsmen and edl-i
Please try te keep the letters limited to one pege length, tors.
Identity of lotte writers as held in strictest confidence. In one or two swift replies
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions the governor indicated what
expressed in letters from readers seemed to be an inclination to
"recognize Peiping China and
write off the Nationalist anti-
C.Z. AT CONVENTIONS Communist government-in-ex-
Sir: ile on Formosa.
About a month ago we offered to make public the replies There was spontaneous reac-; Ae
to our letters (written at that time) to the Republican and tion inside the highest Democra- ^ -
the Democratic National Committees requesting information on tic Party circ!.,s. '''
the matter of Canal Zone Delegates to the National party con- One group of liberals rushed a
S ,,yentions held in Chicago last July. plea to former Assistant Secreta-
Stephen A. Mitchell, chairman of the Democratic National ry of State Dean Rusk, asking
A. . ummittee writes as follows: him to contact Stevenson with a
"I am very piad to acknowledge your letter and to tell you request for a statement encour-
i----that for many years it has been customary for the Democratic aging our Oriental allies on and
National Convention to admit two delegates and two alternates off Formosa. Conservatives Dem-
representing the Canal Zone. ocrats, who might be best de-
"Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands also scribed as the "machine men,"
tional Convention pay their own expenses to attend the Con-triedto reach Stevensonperson-
ventlon. ie trecStvnoprs-
"I am advised that there was a convention of the Demo- ally.
cratic Party ip the Canal Zone. held at the American Legion At the AFL convention, labor
Hall in Balboa on the evening of April 3, 1952. at which time leaders and their advisers, who
two delegates were elected to represent the Zone at the 1952 formulate, foreign policy and run
Democratic National Convention. They represent the Demo- the powerful AFL global anti-
cratic Party there. Communist network from here to
"One of the delegates, Mr. Charles Ramirez, is a resident their new Toyko office, tried to
of Ancon, and the other was Mrs. Vivien Keen who has been reach the candidate.
Democratic National Committeewoman from the Canal Zone for All these groups, fervently in
a number of years. Stevenson's corner and th,.re ore
"The delegates and the alternates to the Democratic Na- political allies, were disturbed by
tional Convention pay their oyn expenses to attend the Con- what they believed to be the in-
vention." fluence of the "ivory towered
Our reply from the Republican National Committee was academician from Harvard," Ar- E P
written b Miss Bertha S. Adkins, executive director of the thur Sch,.singer. Jr. Those were
Women's Division and said: the words used. I quote them ver- E
"The Canal Zone has not had delegates to the Republican batim.
"-conventions as far as I know because there has been no poll- Schlesinger, a newcomer to B OB
'tlcal organization of the Republican Party there to petition the veteran Demo cra ts, is
J for' recognition to the conventions. known to loathe the Chinve
S "this might be a project for some of your women's groups Nationalist leaders. His atti-
evey present ts cae. undoubtedlyoan wilwhchcan tude towards Soviet China is NEW YORK.-We have been taught to be rev-
S slsion to have delegates to the Republican Convention." similar to that of the British. erent of our leaders, at least of the office they
The Committee on Good Citizenship. There was no insinuation of hold so long as they hold it, and I figure that
Mrs. John M. Brown, sympathy on his part for Mao this lets me off the hook .so far as our temporal
Chairman. Tse-tung Just the feeling chief, Harry Truman, Is concerned.
Ch._____ that author Schlesinger, top- He is not President any more. At least, he is
C.Z. STANDARD OF LIVING side researcher-adviser to Stev- not working at the office. So I figure I can res-
Sir: enson, was guessing wrong on pect the office, while its former holder is ram-
It was and is Income tax; it is increase in rent; and tomor- China. paging around playing the role he knows best--
Srow it will be anything else that results in less take-home pay. Efforts to tell Stevenson that that of cheap, noisy, trth-twisting, cynical poll-
"Equality" writes (Mail Box, Oct. 11)& "You don't like to the university man was as wrong tician, whose general deportment fits a pool all
pay extra for anything else if you can get away with it." as the policies which hurt us in better than the highest office in the lad- th-
Isn't it democratic and typically American and G.I. to the Orient in the past decade, out respecting the man.
gripe if you are objectedd to an unusual change? Does the aver- failed. Neither the liberals who I am weary of the phony grin, the dapper
age Stateside Amnerican ownr no better than a '1964" antique wrote to Rusk, thie s leao d ea s haberdashery, the corny cracks, the smug glt-
gas-driven job lust to save on tax?" Is it true "any other outfit now spending million ron thee butt-headd devotion to ranm cS-
would have us fired for disloyalty" or is it more likely that any Democratic campaign, nor the the two-bit asocates n goernment, the
other outfit would find no one at work the following day? "machine men" could get through But mostly I Am fed up with the cynicism with
If you can find at least ten men, with families, who would to the Governor. which this errant Pendergast underling hia con-
give their left arms to get a job here, why don't you write them It was then that these groups. ducted his office-his wholesale assumption that
to submit their applications to the Personnel Division, Panami acting independently of each the majority of the American people are as stu-
Canal Company. oto.,r, began murmuring about pid as some of his advisers.
They need unol. lose their left arms and the company would self appointed "thought police." The kind of stuff that sets me to vibrating is
be glad to accept them if their qualifications fill openings of The labor leaders were more that smirking gag of the other day. "Wileprices
which there will be many should the present trend continue, alarmed than the others who may be high today, and the dollar may not buy
Equality qotes as a yardstick $70 for four unfurnished do not have the AFL's contacts as much as It did, It is a lot easier to get a dol-
rooms, plus heat. plus utilities in the suburbs where lower rents throughout the Orient. The Com- lar today and there are a lot more Of tLem." '
exist. I know of an apartment house well within the metropoli- munist underground had begun There is naked Ignorance, coupled with cyny-
tan area of New York Ior which they charge per apartment, to twist and exploit the Oregon cism, richened by the contempt of a hack poll-
t les than $50 for four rbomn, plus heat, plus utilities and par- statements of Stevenson. To un- ticlan for the faceless fdols (in his estimation)
tianly furnished. derstand the full danger of such who represent only votes.
Houses are sold in the suburbs of Philadelphia at the rate a propaganda maneuver, the
of $13,600 for a six-room twin house, brick built. This isn't all tense, crackling atmosphere in It is a casual acceptance of the so reck-
-over the U.S.A such up-front sectors as Hong age of the strongest economy in th60"r1 -
Don't you realize, Mac that Zonians are quite aware that Kong must first be know In do diotic cheers or the e coupons hat yea
the Congress of the United States as well as the Board of Di- tail of Democratic rule have made of
rectors of the Panama Canal Company may have taken the The area today is being terror- Truman laughs loudly at his own jo L' sui-
same Yardstick as you hav e that the Zonians are complaining Ized by squads of underground pect he was not joined In his appin lause n
In hopes that the officials responsible may review their yard- Communist agents from Peiping.hois
sticks and decisions?n a T hermrntis omupil nuities, on insurance, on pensions.t
As for people bucking lines, have you ever gone to a popular Their assignment to bully The doar that they saved Is cut In tWaI. Its
ovie t, theRoxyor haveouevergoneintoa department e Hong Kong Chinese ntoup- uyr in terms of prices takes t to
maatin thes ned Soviet astesy
store that has a sale on? As to your remarks porting the new Soviet Dyna about percent of Its former worth. There are
the behavior of the ecueae Zone children-can you tell us where in the From this base the scores of ml-o more easy dollars for the people ona fed in-
States or any foreign land children just sit like mutes and have lions of overseas Chinese, who come-no easier now than ever before.
Sthe manners you seem to think you possess dominate many vital Oriental a- Thrift habeenpenalizedunder thereign of
As for patriotism, well, Mac, I served my time the same as areas, c n be terrorized and won Roosevelt and Truman to a point !1 live
numerous other men have done down here. without a shot's shattering the -.. ,i- S .t.a --ove
Regarding the Zonian being placed on the same rate of steaming eastern day.
Pay as a Stateside employee, does your common sense agree with Furthermore, this Operation h r .
that statement? Do you think that a man earning $75 a week Terror pours millions of dollars
- In the States would accept a job here for $75 a week for the into the Peiping war machine.
following: In Hong Kong, f or example,
1) Cost of transportation of foods, etc. added to purchase the pro-Commie unions publish W a ltet IK
price. magazines and charge factory
SRapid turnover of clothing here because of mildew, feed- owners as much as $I1M a MAN ABOUT TOWN
g of roaches, etc. page for ads. Each of these ed- Teevy people and intimate friends oe r ] blt-
3) Destruction of furniture through termites, etc. itions has raised over $1,00 player Sanford TUt murderedd and s-b fire
4) Lack of home privacy because of need for ventilation several times a year. Friday dawning) suspect be was
) Need for extra doctor care because of fungus, itch, etc. Multiply these by ingpore, the other girl's feller,. loria e i
'6) Strain on eyes because of glare from concrete and 25 Macao and a hundred Orilentaleral witne In the Jel lceap.
7 rfracle. cities. That's big titmeoextortton. an overdose of pills) tried suiide tw
S) Extra dSoreacirfr elctricalom humaliances and others because It can be accomplhfld only The J. Ross Clarks (3rd) ttheit
Bpendsna h our saving s every three uars r so t rt to family andor savings eve three years or so to return feel they'd better fall in line, or Tryve Lie'ls dthr (Oterie) has a nft3glfl
O to your family and relatives In the States. he
5 1 Nuisane of ordinary roaches, ants, ground roaches, etc. lse. someday. He's a Norwegian economist at the .
V4 Nu0) A hundred other reasons hitting the pocketbook or Recently Peiping sent 400 such matwhbier h got caught with ts cov iW l
tl balance. poc oo or agents into Hong Kong alone. We election, has readid two this time ..
f yu common sense can see the above argument can you know their names. (of Life) becomes Mrs. Richard Cr abt* ^*
te It a little further and realize that When so many people Most important is a eall ar ... Mickey Devoine (onee of t
an.gry and complain Perhaps there is a reason. Then try to grop of women living Inajart- o rwetit-mlhaaielo
T .The ultimate effect of this concerted complaint will be to 8hen road, east of un Ye rl.. The trade is boo athleS about tL
cause the power to reconsider allocation of costs (tie.-should isgL in Kowloon (Hong a nt). o{ t teevy eS, He hed a praduier
the tolls be charged with a greater. portion of the expenses jn They're run by the lady known 41st 8treet Window te other a.m ". f.
ctdental to operating the Canal and it. employes as "C.'." New Yorkers. close tothe White. Bo
hould this ti1t raie sInto efect, if vo" think I am not The underground labor chief i, this "l -down" on Whythe Swedish


Iof exploiting Stevenson's state- on Hitler's team) aeedly sent I
ments. lives to invite Margaret to dine at
It Is he who turned a secret home In Sweden... The invite was
'Mr. P.A. Want Ad attracts auto union meeting In Hong Jected... Axel's staffers persisted...
a following Kcng into a night of gay toast- shown the door there was inno MWer>'i
&' ^\/of Prn t mighty fine ing. when the left wing Hong Blast. In the Swedish papers f
O("C~rl proipeot mighty fine; Kong Evening Post headlined the coincidence. -v
What'. more hhe siena Stevenson story: o :;
''" '*th e U.s. Plans to Abandon Robert Ruark's eolyum on J.h
thm quickly th-Fight Against Communism reported blasts In Argentina at t-
I 1On th. dotted lIne! |ann I Preparing to Compromise Louis SObols commlet (in The
|with Communist Authoritla." lScas). Herb Clark's scoop (In the |
The intelligence report on this the version in'the Herald Trlb
o ClaS5led I wil ik others held since, has built
tractI a FNru'n Of 0oo NroS. up the confidence of those who "* fLootal Ste.)
Bpc bet use everyone in lagged in the left wing. and the K "0 S njIBi-,
l--r@% k ['aMatu ,nd ue C '"-'round leftists' ativity hasMSnld ta f fi rst -s es u
Zonel re ods e P.Man 'g eraand no mn *J*if l at D Bie s : Roe


Zone reads P.A Want ds And now "nti-Communlst a ini
tl,,Oi t implore us In "the i ce c
reg,'arly. Try Item noW states to get a stamment ,
. .. the results wl surprise all camn 'ner mayint thitS
v Ol matter who win* the election, oW
Sll'.'s t-- w' *t he pl-noCneAd
'o terror and polUtcal *wbralt
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&dor to MuX" In the ovei administrat-ion, should hot in-
floufcb buron members tn year.



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Drew PearOn Says: Democrats haihng itrieblgh, Afa
Uranium miners complain to Truman; wbee i
Eisenhower that embracing McCarthy woud o

WASHNOTON.Folitical Notes Firom Aro 1111111i -AX
he, .e.oc.a.. hae had mto do some quick house..
Billul bkgt of Arkansas has been summoned to
SMOhtedh ruffled feeOlinOfvarious e whof e
Adlil h .'t had a chance to hold everyone'g han bes.
helping troki dUwn the l dur806,61%
One rupture broke out in M s when- sdatee. tP d
Hold Dm at, thrAted tosenhower, e ough
the I douthern spokkmen in Chicago in pledging allegiance to
o at happened was that Holland was sitting on his hands
so ex-Sn Claude Peper, not ingthe pUtlvacuu, walked 14
and b 4han to tune it. ',s work for Stevenson began to build
an ojgisation which ht dominate the state.
n Dw aSt Sprianfed teur theode aa lot of Mo.
y It they Just cloudai a ner to a
field. 7 Wil $, la no onI
AnloahinTMe ute ( WThe 7ftspuan. T is till con,
at every ha t h*,noAn
t weSs i 4n Week InDenver ftis tor.
us ofme r whew t et l his own l
er A-borngstay he, din 0 talk theeub.
lican as chairman, th at thep alan national epanitdue to
Pi hingt bidge and contnce with thenational t OP oc.
Ike will sneak in ab lahm* whenever he ts a chance,
also hasn't ot nlomtoue his,, tfor! tne



T humeAt oto sne, tore afro.o ,hea y a rt tboed hup.e wy
the government w atig C ado uralm inera oe




in an expense-account economy-dateif we live at g S t York. t hi
coplain .that uromitaftaers a" 1114on

Mills to se itM s properly h tIe ordM t lum
OteUtdt ntet h and the A-bomb Is ives gi te"eues W t.
Si Miners Are t satisfied hat tI Alwaysl f gt to
Inability to 4chek t old da of ng, a
M inner eduld always cheek tt fohis ore.
Sa tat mi th ndependt t eranit m tret an pe sent
midef wof the domestic tan m outtsnre t the a 0e ofA
the Atol he dener.nerg Commigsi ,. they are gon fed up.
RUARK Dewey And Ike-4ull si to t of Tom Dewey's private eal
with the Meral before the later's n dorsement of M rt
gradually le out.
Dewe hao pt b uOmpletelyInthe background,. butlIn tip
In an expense-account economy-if we live at case had a three-hour sion lwit h Ik in ework,
all. to shun McOarthy.R His ros were t rIke would lode the in
For four yea man has accepted a tax-rould ot dependent vote, alienate arre pe tha h wul in.
$50,000 In additiu o to hbl other emoluments and Dewey told he he had nt te no. i ris ,a t
salary, a tacit admission that even the Presidt, better Judent to endorse o. g ad
of the United States can't live Within income. ly Bo two Chicalp Trib is ts. It hu him mats
With typo ha drblapd daround Ike r rn or rea- rl
the squawking lit Jfck.ptlye-bog an ower listened attentively, finally agreed to cql4-should
ounces and callous that "it he Republicans get in, ena McCarthy. .
they'llon ot after whatever's left of ontrols." Ind t snw ae rt been cordiam l to n .
Sote as good k ke authority as B. M. Br aheasgusonofabIm .noper o ,iowe Co
fon he Democratic twcnevert have been any meI w tM a an a. the
real controls since h war. The w no er foug htWashington eS, .-etl flW vs of Coloth
tooth and nall thel. Tan thing and were got to-






offthist titet.Waid rosll
service reanec pace thtoYete
cat now ma bi st yeard and we haent wa that he
basic prae .he never a clue ot even hn tt o Generala.


cruel and callous attempt at political absmnh A l ae was all r. McCarthy grosd
.ion-not atr ls emlr coual tP Ie and i tat ais sbeen coda to hi
his coq mithento'to back Ike for *th PreasoenwtIe4 y M0444#0b l t-



on the wDemocralc tickietan an. truant rhe asident i no. tr l I gov. arn horof ro
and reve all my in his m ear over the past few on buet ou'st seInce. .
If it's Truman's idea that there are no ho a ldsi a good nto te ar, of Interior it..o
yearre-dmy business and anmy r respect. If. p i wornto does oin seleteenhowr cabinet it
of that A tood teild o furon one tint "he f t pol-ea encool hlkto le
O r r lwin wars in a year, and w havet ote u nii
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4EsenhowerNefted


er 10 Years, T
S-- acceptance of a
tors of his party
NEWYORK, Oct. 15 (UP) Dwight D. Eisenhower enhower said
sa.O yterday in a, summary of hig federal income taxes prosperity."
0 last 10 years that he made a profit after taxes of surge forward ai
$4"IE5Oon his book, "Crusade in Europe." based on war at
A summary of the joint federal inconfe tax returns m~dhempUe
of Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie, for the 10 years end-
ed lWst Dec. 31, was released at Republican headquarters
here by Arthur H. Vandenberg Jr., the Republican presi-
dential candidate's executive assistant.
The summary disclosed that in 1948 Eisenhower sold.
all rights to his book for $635,000, on which he paid a
federall capital gains tax of $158,750 leaving a balance of
$476,250.


This was. the first time Eisen-
hower's, earnings from the book
had been disclosed, although es-
timates had ranged'up to $750,-
000.
The summary did not, however,
disclose Eisenhower's salary as
president of Columbia Universi-
ty, from which he is.on leave
while campaigning for the presl-
tency.
,His university pay never has
been disclosed and Columbia
offiloaissaid they did not know
how much It was.
The incomes of 2irenhower and
his wife were broken down into
two sections, one for the six
years ended Dec. 31, 1947. and
one for the four years ended Dec.
31, 1951. There was no year-by-
year accounting.
The summary disclosed that
during the first period; the Eisen-
hoWers' total Income, was $59,-
976.,7.
That figure was broken down
as follows: salary, $51648.08; in-'
come from investments, $7,728.50,
and other Iicome, $700.
This income was reported dur-
ing t.e time Eisenhower was
World War U commander and on
active duty In Washington.
P6r that six-year period, fed-
oral income taxes were $9,715.84.
Tlhetotal income after deduc-
tions and taxes was listed as
$47,45S.98, or a little less than
$8,0- a year
fWo the four following years,
the Eisenhower income, not in-
eluding the proceeds from his


*a. down- as: salaries,
2: Income from Invest-
,89 9.83, and a mlsoel-
uis of $1,790.7S.
. income taxes for that
ire $48,616.8.. For that
come after allowable
onLM fleaS ..m'i,


Cofor thkprod. Including In-

r while o; AdIal ., Stev-
enson charged last night that
Republican ."character assassin
and slanderers" have been wel-
comed into the ."leadership" of
Snh ower's presidential cam-
At thoiane time he accused
E1eh ower of following tUhe
"Kremll" line l W one
that prosperity under emo-
cratie admknlstratous has been
M ago* remit of war or threats
fIploying. language remlnis-
ceot ofthe "giv 'em hell" barbs
of Preiderolt Trumnan, the Demo-
cratic mie lashed out at
"pddtlers ot bate and fear" In
Cot-- who he said ollow "the
cuWo othought-control and use
of the big lie."
"If their conscience permits.
they can a.y almost anything,"
he said.~ "And If my opponent'*
conscience permits, he.an try to
help all of them get re-eleced."
Ste0enun did not name any
eogressmen in a speech here,
bat his thrusts were obviously
aimed at SIms. Joseph 1 Car-
Ay of Wiseonsal and WUllam
SJeaner of Indiana both
dekfatg re-electeou.
tev n main a final
.-e campaign. swing .that
wil touch hsk states with 78 elec-
t!ob!-a W.
Wfat Caper Wye., he aid
laRd p rsper tV were the
pal .btt that Rpublia have

aInstead of Issues he charged,
the =OP prefer a M, emo-
tlan" confetti.", '
Sefqre leaving his Bpringfleld,
IIH., headquarters yesterday by
at., Stevenson was asked if he
naaaed- a reply to 8e. Ricehard
N. on, OOP vice presidential
who Monday night at-

te's Whist 1T
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caused him of .using pqor judg-
ment in the Alger Hiss case .
"No, I don't think so," Steven-
son replied.
In his speech here the Ill-
inois governor directed his ver-
bal fire at "those among us
who would bar us from at-
tempting our economic and so-
cial duty...with defamatory
hints and whispering cam-
paigns, when they see a chance
to secre or silence those with
whom they disagree."
"Rudely. carelessly they invade
the field of conscie n ce, of
thought-the field which belongs
to God- and not to senators-and
not to protect the republic, but
to discredit the individual," he
said.
"Because we have al ways
thought df government as friend-
ly. not as brutal, character as-
sassins and slanderers in the
Congress of the- United States
have a free hand in the methods
they use.
"We never foresaw that the cult
of thought-control and of the big
lie would come to America,'
But Stevenson said "a few ped-
dlers of hate and fear would be
of little confsquence'' except that
they have been "welcome as sa-
tellites" by Sen. Robert A. Taft
and includedd in the leadership
of this strange crusade."
"And none of them would be
significant If the general-who
was Implored to come home by
Republican leaders so they
might be quit of Senator Taft-t
had ziot yielded to the demands
of his beaten foe," he said.'
*'But because of that surrender,
because of those strange allies in
his queer crfade, our role inn
world history, our faithfulness to
the men 'who made the United
States, is challenged In this elec-
tion."'
. HoWever. Stevenson. charged
that "f!aWrxsa t his lfisen-
dW ..f t1 ^ tahis


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ARRIVING MONDAY NIGHT at Albrook AFB via Military
Air Transport from the United States was Raymond T. SchAef-
fer (second from right), national director of disaster services
for the American Red Cross. Schaeffer Is in the Canal Zone to
discuss with military officials, the civil defense corps, and locAl
Red Cross representatives disaster problems and prog a ,.
After a short stay he will proceed to the Antilles area for -te.
same type of discussions. Schaeffer was met at Albrook planie-
side by (left to right) Mrs. Dorothy Thornton of the local Red
Cross chapter, Howard R. Ross, American Red Cross director ft
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'Religious' Mother Of Two

Kills Husband's Girl Friend


F-0--
MARSHALL, N.C., Oct. 15 (UP) six miles out of town before
-A "very religious" mother of turning around and coming back.
two was charged today with the. He said he found a parking
murder of a smoky-blonde for- place about half a block from a
mer tobacco festival queen whom (rug store and Miss Rector, wear-
she found with her estranged ing a smart gray suit, got a soft
husband. drink and a pint of Ice cream.
The husband, Albert Ricker,
38, was wounded by his jealous -While he sat reading a paper,
wife's burst of pistol-fire yester- Ricker said, his wife came to the
day in the business section of this right side ot the car. "She said
Western North Carolina moun- something, I don't know what,
ain town. and started shooting," he said.
I The- shots Instantly killed 19- Mrs Ricker fired three times
yearold Lorraine Rector, who and walked calmly to the drug-
eigned as queen of the 1948 store. She fired one shot through
Asheville Tobacco Festival. The the screen door and M Rector
Swas shot n themouth as slumped to the floor and died.
she walked from a drugstore. slumpe tokthe r d ded.
whkerfr0 ader ioher Mrs. Ricker, who had just re-
Mrs. Ricker, 30, prayed in turned from services at the Free-
S day. Sheriff ony statement tond will Baptist Church was sobbing
oie- that "h wolds t have n hysterically when she surrender-
ce was that "I wouldn't have ed to two town policemen who
doe It for the world." rushed to the scene.
Ponder said she had told fel- She had been carrying the .38-
low church members that, she caliber pistol, which belonged to
would take care of the children Ricker's mother, in her purse, the
knd "the Lord will take care of" sheriff said, and was apparently
Ricker and Miss Rector. "looking for" her husband and
The sheriff said there was no the girl.
doubt that jealousy of the viva- Ponder said that soo far as he
clous blue-eyed girl was the mo- knew she had made no threats
tive of the slaying, against her husband and the
He said thle year-old romance girl.
between Miss Rector and Rick-
er, a construction worker, was
well known around town. "Every-
body in the world knew about Y o it r
lt,"!Pt under said.
Mr. and Mrs. Ricker had not B e s t
lived together for about two
years, the sbariff said, although H e t
he detn.aot know whether they
had been legally separated.
Mrs. Ricker livedaIn their home
with theit two sons, Jerry, 9. and,
Bill, 12, and rcefted l15per week
from Ricker Tor their support,
the sheriff saa,-
Ponder said Ricker worked out
of town during the week and saw
Miss Rector only' on weekends -
when he would "usually take bar
to a football game or something
like that."
The girl, a five-foot, six-inch,
115-pound beauty, did not date
other men and her romance with
Ricker was "a .very steady thing
and altogether aboveboard," Pen-
der said.
Ricker said he picked up his
two sons after Sunday school
yesterday, and drove them to his
wife's home.
About noon, he said, he picked
up Miss Rector at her home and
drove her into town. Seeing his
wife standing on a street corner,
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Shipping & AirLine News US Navy Prepares.
V. Bartlett and two children; Mr. T i s.
Passengers Unawarea Mr t tan Of World War Shells
I i and Mrs. E. N. Belland
As Bining Vesseland Mrs. Walter Binder; M
As Vesl i Mrs. Guillermo Brando and WASHINGTON. Oct. 15 (UP)
Dsance C. Bronson. --The State Department today
Miss Nora Mari onson. Ciappa Mr bluntly rejected Russian charges
in Mrs. ElNantuJ Cohan; Sam- that an unarmed American
Reaches Casablanca on"'Mrs. Eai .lCoan;Sain- wsover Sovt ter-
Cohn; Leslie W. Croft; rt as over Soviet ter-
Sl Cohien; Leslie W. Croft; Mr. ritory when it was shot down by
C ATCA. Oct. 15 (UP'.--,:ay Mrs., Michael I. Crooks, Red fighters north of Japan last
A bur 'hip arrived here from Miss Mary C. Davis: Edward W. week.
Bordea.Atoday without any of Donohue; Mrs. Alicia M. Dono- This country is expected to
her 6 ssengers knowing she hue and three children; Mr. and demand heavy indemnity for
was al5i Mrs. Donald DeVito; Mr. and the loss, of the bomber and its
The broke out in one of Mrs. Wilbur B. Fall and twoeight-man crew on grounds that
the ho -the passcng.1r vessel children; Chas. German and two'any Russian claim to the area
Ma'r6c. d by the Compaonie cl.ildren; Hon. and Mrs. Guy M. where the plane disappeared is
Gener R'ansatlantique. last Gillette; Mark Gillette, Clifford spurious.
Saturdi while the ship was en R. Gillock, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
route f 'Bordeaux to Casa- Goldberg; and Mrs. L.aah W. A Soviet note admitted Co n
blanea.- Greene. munist fighter planes fire on
After Lafi attempt to con- Mr and Mrs. H D. Halver- the Superfort near Yuri, an
trol the capt t or- on, Mrs. Della L. Hancock Mr. island in the Habomal chain
trol tljSj;Wze, the captain or- .son, rs. just off northern Japan. MOs-
dered Id to be hermetical- and Mrs. John M. Harvard: Mr. cow made it clear it considers
ly sa d instructed the James L. Hatcher and two chil- Yuri part of the nearby Kurile
crew tsws rve strict silence to dren; Mri. and Mrs. Ray L. Hen- Islands, which the Reds occupy.
avert Z among the passen- (rickson: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph State Departmentpress offi-
gers. M. Hiter; Mr. and Mrs. C. Bar- cer Michael. J. McDermott said,
Ar. W message was sent to 10, 1Icke: Winfield S. Ireland; however, the United States does
Casab i nformina the proper Mr. and Mrs. Otto V. Jensen; not recognize Soviet claims to
auth rlW." and fir."fig h t 1 n g Miss Doris C. Jo nson; Mrs. the Habomais.
equij .waited the ship's ar- Catherine Kerruish; William J. He said the islands were not
rival.lo quayside. Kilgall.en; Mr. and Mrs. William awarded to any country in the
SF-lam~I ept from the hold as K. McCue; Louis B. McGoff; and Japanese peace treaty.
the 0off 'wepre removed and Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Finley. The formal U. S. note reject-
firefigtss worked six hours .- Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Mad-;ing the Russian claim has not
fore tla'could bring the blaze dock: Mrs. Dessa Merritt; Mrs. been drafted yet.
under trol. Charlotte M. Noble; Mr. and Mrs. But McDermott told reporters
Authlies said that more Lindsley M. Noble Mr.and Mrs.all the facts in the case are be-
thanj ZDacks of mail, also fruit Ernest de la Ossa and two chil- ing assembled and the Amerl-
and thsee automobiles. were de- dren; Mario Preclado, Jr., Mr. 1can reply will be made "as soon
atroyed,. and Mrs. Jacob Rand; Mrs. Rose- as possible." The Air Force still
: mary D. Iteardon; Gilbert A. is receiving reports on the in-
ConptrltHerL. II. Noble !Reynolds; William H. Rinke; cident.
Sails Fimn New York Miss Ina Rollins; Mrs. Helen S.
Todai nl Cristobal Rovice; and Mrs. Margaret Ryan.1 Preliminary reports tend to
Due to sail today from New Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Salley; place full responsibility for the
York on, the Cristobal are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alejo Santamaria; incident on the Soviet Uniton
and 1jTrs. Lindsley H. Noble. No- M'' and Mrs. Milton J. Smith; and its fighter pilots, informed
ble Comptroller of the Panama Charles H. Stahl, Jr.: Mrs. Agnes sources said. These reports said
Canal Company, is presently In F. Stock; Major and Mrs. Ar- the U. S. plane was flying well
the States on an official business thur T. Surkamp and two chil- outside Soviet territory.
trhi dren; Wm. M. Stock and son;'
The complete advance list of Mrs. Frances G. Torelli; Mrs.
124 passengers on the Cristobal Beth Waddell and son; Mr. and
fol'nws: Mrs. Albert L. Wilder and three
Ars. Louise Acker: Mrs. Kath- children: Mr. and Mrs. Richard
eryne.D. Ackerman; Mrs. Evelyn A. Williams and two children:
Ad:" rs and five children: Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. AUTO LITI
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Britain Turns Back

Iran's Latest Offer

To Resume Oil Talks
TEHERAN, Ir'an, Oct. 15 (UP)
-A Britian note which author-
itative sources said rejected
Iran's latest offer to resume oil
negotiations was delivered to-
day.
The note was handed person-
ally to Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh by British charge
d'affaires George Middleton, It
came at a time when the Ira-
nian premier was reported to
have threatened to sever dipto-
matic relations with Britain..
A foreign diplomatic source
said today's action marked the
final and complete collapse of
Anglo-Iranian negotiations.
The note replied to Mossa-
deghs demand for immediate
payment of $56,000,000 as a
condition for reopening the 18-
month old dispute. In demand-
ing the initial sum, Mossadegh
revived the threat of a diplo-
matic break which had been
made previously. A second pay-
ment of $81,200.000 within three
weeks also was demanded by
Iran.
Some foreign diplomatic
sources indicated Mossadegh
might use the discovery of a
"plot" against his government
as an excuse for carrying out
the threat. Previously he had
made the threat because of the
oil dispute.
Hossein Fatemi, Iranian fi-
nance minister, announced the
arrest of four men, including a
former police chief, in connec-
tion with the alleged plot said
to involve an unnamed em-
bassy. He announced the cabinet
extended martial law in Tehe-
'ran for one month, beginning
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.^*I~jl Aj^biER TONIGH'
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texn.or and Mrs. GUlett
' Visit .Isthmus ...... .
United 8States Senator Guy M.
Gillette and MrL. GUletti and
4kelr son, Mark, were among
the passengers sailing today y
boardd the 8. 8. Cristobal from
New' York for Panama.
Secretary and Mrs. Barreto de
BUlva To Leave Isthmus
Saturday
The Secretary of the Brazil-
ian Legation and Mrs. Oswaldo
Barreto de SUlva plan to leave
Panama on ,Saturday. of this
week for Europe en route to
their new post in Antwerp, Bel-
gium.
Farewell Buffet Given At
Home of Consul and
Mrs. Ouran
The Consular Corps and
their wives gave a farewell buf-.
%t. last evening at the' residenceI
of the Consul of Portugal and
Mrs. Paul Durafn on Golf
Rights, in honor of 'the Secre-
tary of the Brazilian Legation
and Mrs. Oswaldo Barreto e
Silva.


Mrs. Jimenes Entertains at Tea
Mrs. Gerardo Jimenez, the
wife of the Consul of Costa
Rica in Panama, was hostess to I
a group pf her friends, at a tea i
given on Monday afternoon at
her home in. Bella' Vista. 1
r
Mrs. Gardner Harris 1
Honored at Gift Shower
Mrs. Gardner R. Harris of Pe-
dro Migufe was the guest of
honor. at a gift shower given
recently at the home of Mrs.
Rutsell T. .-Harris in Balboa.
Mrs. HIfris and -M Clifford t
Thompson0of Las Gumbres were I
ep-hostesses for the party
which began with coffee and I
dessert and. ended with the dis-
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T AT UN. ION' 20, at 8:30 p.m. in Bishdp Mor-
ris Hall.
Ualn Legation and Mrs. Oswal- Hall
having for his new PWt in Bel- Garden Club And Art Clas
be the guests of honor this To Meet Thursday
obe iwtn at the Union Club The'Garden Clubh and Art
in the Diplomatic Corps. Class of the Balboa Woman's
Club will meet at the home of
Past Matrons To Meet Mrs. Charles Morgan on Thurs-
In Balboa day at 9:00. p.m.
The Past Matrons Association Al those planning to attend
of the Canal one will meet in are requested to bring their
the Scottish Rite Temple in lunches.
Balboa on Sat., October 25.
Breakfast will be served at 8:45 New Flower Classes
a.m. I-To Begin Monday
Reservations may be made by Registrations are being ac-
calling Miss Grace Williams at cepted for the two new Flower
3-1918; Mrs. Loretta Newhaid Arrangement Classes, sponsored
at 5-472; or Mrs. Columbia Rel- by the Balboa YMC and
man at 2-1603: taught by Mrs. Charles Morgan,
which are due to start on Mon-
Gamboa Church Bazaar day. Mrs. Morgan will be as-
October 24 sisted by Mrs. Louise Morris.
The annual baaar of the One cilaa will be held at 9:0
Gamboa Union Church will be axa. and the other at 7:00 p.m.
held on Friday, Oct. 24, at the for seven consecutive Mondays
Gamboa Civic Center where a and both classes with concern
"Johnny Mosetti" supper will be flowers and plants that a r e
served beginning at 5: pm. season. The series will conclude
Attractions will include an with the flower show at which
apron and fancywork booth; atme a anement by pupils
country store; fishpond;- parcel l be on display.
post booth; sweet shop; plant .Registrations may be made at
booth; and white ephant the fMCA Information Desk or
booth. les will begin at :15 by telephoning 2-2759 or 2-2839
p.m. bebetweeti 8:00 a.m. ad,5:00 p.m.
Tickets are- $1.00 for adults Gardnr Art Exhibit
and 50 cents for children. The At JWB s an' Aler
public is cordially invited. The Canal Zone Art League.
Reserve Officers is sponsoring. an exhibition of
To Meet Friday oil paintings by Beatrice Stur-
A meeting 9f the Navy Pac- tevant Gardner which is now
fic Chapter of the Reserve Of- on display in the Jewish Wel-
ficers Association will be held fare Board Gallery and will re-
on Friday evening at the Amer- main hanging through October
can Legion Club. Dinner and 24.
refreshments at 7:30 p.m. will The Gallery is open from 9:0
be 'followed by a business meet- a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. Visitors
Ing at 8:00 p.m. b s are asked to leave a vote -for
g a 8 the painting they prefer.
RumauMae Sale Tomorrow The public of the Canal Zone
The League Of Lutheran and of Panama are cordially
Woman will hold a Rummage invited.
Sale tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. In
the Salvation Army Hall in La Bingo Tomorow Night
Boca. Bingo will be played tomor-
row night at the American Le-
Bridge Tournament Winners gion Club in the Fort Amador
The winners of the bridge Area. Members and their guests
tournament held nn UnMAndav are invited.


tragMo A0 V4a V wo b vu prs on y
by Mrs. Cinoy 8edon and Mrs. evening in the Card Room of
eanor Melvills and Mrs. Rita the Hotel Tivoli were: 1st, Mr.
Gribbond. Tom Orr and Mr. Roberto To-
Guests included a number of rres 2nd, Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
nurses from the Gorgas Hospi- Robinson, 3rd, Mrs. V. Pollak
tal where the honoree has been ant Mr./E. Koref; 4th, Mr. and
employed for several years. Mrs. W. L. Norris; 5th, Mr. and
----h Mts. F. Brady; and 8th, Mrs. E.
Mr. Mobtrly Arrives Here M. Rudderham and Mrs. Woods.
Mr. Robert E. Moberly arrived --
early thi morning via Pan Annual Dean's Toa
.~Aerica f'orld ys from To Te ALThursday
the Unit Oftate s w*re he has The Annual 'Dean's Tea of
blen on'|Ine 'in Pooatelo, Ida- tla Cathedra4 ef St. Luke in
ho. on will be held in Bishop
dr. Mbberly is the newly ap- M Hall on Thursday, from
tied l=nu.8ecretary of the 4:80 to 8:00 p.m.
ted St e 'ady. He was ,
ai-m atI - Oa4, e dispa
t thewarof various or.
,M an's groups .of the Cathedral
Mr. and M, ~s arid each exhibit will have a
4v0 For Lend. hostess to explain and to an-
Mr. and Mrs. Pald-A. Cam- swet questions concerning the
eron and their 'aflly left the work.
Isthmus ystert for London, All women of the parish and
nlant where he will attend friends are cordially invited.
sh inual OAQ conferenl4e.
Following the, conference thet Tower Club To Meet
Oamerons will go to Australia Mndayy. Evenlnl
for -a vacation tf several weeks. The Tower Club of the Ca-
Mr. Cameron l the sale thedral of St. Luke will 'holdI
manager of -British Oversea. theie regular monthly dinner-I
Airways. meeting on Monday, October


S""NOTICE
Firderik J. Brady a no Jogjer connected,
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Oct iIob 13, 15.


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RUTH MILLETT Says....

"I'd like to be smarter than I
am," a young girl confides in a
letter to this column.
Don't worry, Dorothy, you will
be.
But you'll never be as smart as
you wish you were. Nobody ever
is.
At 20 you'll think "If I had
only known at 16 what I know
now, how much easier blgh
school would have been., How
many more friends wou_ )mave
hid. How much mwin I uld
have gotten out of my clauses.
How much less shy I- would have
been.
At O0 you'll think how many
fewer mistake you wduld have
made at 20 if you had known
then what you know at 30.
And sq it will go all through
life. You'll keep learning and
growing and maturing. But look-
ing back' on any age you'll al-
ways see you dldhnt' know quite
enough to make your life as hap-
py and as successful and as com-
plete as you might have.
Every woman wishes she were
smarter, Dorothy. Nobody is ever
really wise enough.


So don't worry. Just keep on
learning as you live. There are
so many ways to learn through
successes and mistakes, through
studying yourself and other peo-
ple, tackling the Jobs- 0 fear,
trying to help others and
through letting others help you.
The ways are endless. So you'll
be smarter than you ire when
you've lived longer than you
have.
The only thing is, there's no
quick or easy way of gaining
wisdom. There's no magic for-
mula any one can hand you for
the asking to make you sudden-
ly smarter than you are.
But in time you will be, for you
have the one necessary quality.
You want to know more than
you do.
Juicy Businia
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) 0. C.
Meadows, who calls himself the
"watermelon king," sold 71,490
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Friends, Parishioners Bid W. Eaton, Retired Galun Lockmaster, Dies In PortsI ...
News of the death of Thomas Most of his service was in the was a member of A
l the M W. Eaton, retired senior lock- Mechanical and Locks Divisions, Temple of the Shrine s
F arewesl 1o rT6 Fat er achate master at Gatun; last Friday In although he was employed for a- lUf, member of the Bounm
Portsmouth, Va., has been re- bout five years in the Commissa-. Lodge, A.F. a4d A.M. in Crlage
ceived by friends on the Isthmus. ry Division. He left the service In bal.
He was 70 years old. 1923 but was employed a few
A- A&Mr. Eaton, a native of New- months later in the Locks Divi- Following his retir M
.,- burgh. N.Y., came to the Isth- sion as towing locomotive opera- and Mrs. Eaton made their bIsa
m us in 1910 when he was em- tor. All of his service with the in Portsmouth. In addition to W1
played as a machinist" by the Locks Division was at Gatun. wife, he is survived by
Isthmian Canal Commission. He ter. Mrs. Richard Wood, dP q
retired from the Canal service ln Mr. Eaton was. a prominent mouth and three grandchtldre4
February'T944. member of the Masonic order. He
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Father J. Raymond Machate and Father John King, his suc-
cessor, with members of the congregation of St. Joseph's
Church, Colon. during a farewell party for the former.
A large gathering of friends la, the curate, as sub-deacon. Af-
and former parishioners gather- ter services in the church, the
ed at St Joseph's Church in Co- group gathered in the school re-
lon Sunday to honor their de- creation area, where a program
parting pastor, Father J. Ray- was presented by the various so-
mood Machate. cities of the church.
In spite of the inclement wea- Featured in the entertainment
their, about a 1,000 people were were numerous musical selec-
present to testify to their affec- tions, outstanding among which
tion for Father Machate, who were: "Vienna Woods" by the
had been their pastor since the choir of the Senior Sodality. and
death of Father Burns. the "Sanctus" from the Mass of
The program opened in the Blessed Martin de Porras by St.
ch prch with Benediction of the Joseph's choir.The C.Y.O. quar-
Blesseda Rarament with Fanthr tet offered three songs.


Machate as celebrant, Father
John King, the new pastor, as
deacon and Father Robert Vigno-


Glamour
Aooent. -.
to set ot' your beautiful hands,
call attention to your finger tips.
Circle your wrist with a silken
scarf in two delicious shades of
pink, dlsp with a blazing bauble.'


Aooent...
to set yop at complete ase. Soft,
luxurious Modess. So safe, so
truseble, so smooth-fitting. Once
you've used Modess you'll never
be contest with any other kind of
napkin.


flst Sqeeze the Bottle . .
and a finoe, mist-like spray quickly
bushes perspiration and its odor.
uards your natural freshness.
9f1w&V.w Odoromo Spray efec.
ively chets penpirsatioead odor.
Bvess.k. Hundreds of spiays
ia every ble. ise less lasts

A4sf Odoroao Spray cannot ir.-
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jMm Nia&e plmtic bottle sparq


Jones Quinlan, on behalf of
the entire parish, presented Fa-
ther Machate with a gift, while
Cecil Springer read a testimon-
ial. A spiritual bouquet from the
various societies was presented
to outgoing pastor by Mrs. Jos-
ephine Du Boulay.
The guest of honor responded
with an address in which he ex-
pressed his affection for St. Jos-
eph's parish and his sadness at
leaving it after all these years.
He thanked those present for
their cooperation and good will
and he especially thanked Father
Vignola. who was in charged of
the farewell program.


Among the guests present were
Father Joseph Konen, the new
Superior of the Vincentian Fa-
thers on the Isthmus, Father
Louis Storms, Father Robert Gal-
chus, Father Michael Wye, Fa-
ther John Doyle, all from Bal-
boa; and Father John King. Fa-
ther Charles Jacobs, Father Vin-
cent Ryan,. Father Raymond Le-
wis, Father William Finn and Fa-
ther Robert Vignola from Cris-
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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
Household Do yo hhave a drinks problem. Autoni>hvlel
Write Alcehkelie AeenyiouO. e Bo
FOR SALE:-Bedioom suite double 20o1 --Ancen. C. FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
bed with spring and innerspi-ng" & commercial at Agenciaes Cosmos,
Also blonde Oak dinette. New DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic, on Automobile Row No. 29. tle-
condition 82- Coco Sohto, 6th Etudiante street No. l40, Between phone Panama 2-4721.
Sonditre"K" and "J" Street. Phone 2- -
Street. 349, Panama. FOR SALE:-Best 1950 Buick Ri-
FOR SALE :-9 ft. G E. refrigerator wviera in Zone, only 15,000 miles.
25 cycle R5D, RoSeau, Navy Fravelt va "AREA," "the Route of Many extras. Consider trade. $1,-
3402. the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE 795. Coco Solito 82-B, Sixth St.
340. N PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND -
FOR SALE: Completely set light COCKTAILS! One- ay to MIAMI, FOR LE-- 949 Chevrolet Con-
green metal, venetiaon blnd, tor $67.00 ...NEW YORK, $101... vertible; 1947 Studebaker Sedan;
twelve family corner apartment GUAYAQUIL. $75.00. ..QUITO 1951 Morris Minor; 1949 Ford
General E ectric refrigerator. porce-" 586.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120. Panel, 1-2 ton; 1946 De Soto, 4
loin 25 cyc'e From 4.00 to 6.0C 60 .NEW YORK $208.60 .... door. Better and cheaper used
Sp. m 6-8-B. Dioblo Heights. GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI- cars. Hosmo S. A. No. 51 Via Es-'
__ SALE:1 Doube. bes 10, $154 80. BOEING 4-engine pnao. Telephone_3-3022.
T61 SALE: -- DOab bed, a p,, 1 Do plseoredeta ee PAw d
wardrobe, everything .oden. planes. For more details see PAN- FOR SALE :--1951 Ford with radio,
Dining toble, 2 chairs, Chino clo- AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo- seat covers. 16,000 miles. Call I
set. Bargain. No. 77 Apt. 5 Es- it- Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- Sec. Noles. 84-2290 or 84-3265,
tudionte street. Telephone 2-3058 1653. Fort Kobbe._
FOR SALE:-16 in. 25 cycle f- TO THE PUBLIC:-E. Rubio would FOR SALE:-39 Chevrolet 2 Door,
Westinghouse refrigerator, 9 ft like to announce that he has just Transportation $60.00. Balbod 2-
25 cycle, 6 sheets Cellitex. I 81 -I received a long delayed shipment 4220.
A, Govilan Area, Bolboo ot special strawberry baskets whichFORSALE 95doo
will guarantee you, by air, a fresh- FOR SALE:-195 Cadillac, 4 door,
FOR SALE: Mahogany sideboard, er tastier stroberry. .year round Will trade. Leaving. Overall, 5330
play pen crib with mattress. Cheap treat for delicious strawberry short A, Dovis Street, Diablo. -
House 9065, 7th St. Apt. J Wil- coke like mother used to make or FOR SALE:'-19.52 Cedillee Coupe
cox Apartments Colon. just plain old strowberies, sugar de Ville, Lt. Blue, Redio with rear
'FOR SALE:--Metal Dinette set table and cream. His berries are sold speaker, E-Z Eye glss, fgl lights,
and 4 chairs like nev. Call Pon- by the Colon Super Market. Canal Heater nd defrster. Immediate
ara 3-21C9 i Zone Commissaries and club- delivery, New Yerk City or Hack-
.__'---- 8------ i houses, Army soles stores and Paul ensock, N. J. See Yeur Cadillac
FOR SALE: 25 cycle 8 foot oil Kiner's Market, Ponama. dealer CIVA- S A Tel. 2-0170.
torln FrigidSee at Rousseau nt A Jungle Jim FISHING JAUNT! or 3-0170, Mr. Amodo.
tone at A Rousseu v 3 2 Days at Sea! I FCR SALE:-1952 2-door Plymouth
... N. .. _1i In El Panama's Cruiser "Pescado- 1,000 miles) $1,800. Phone
.- ND u ra" incluCritobal 3-1693 between 7:15 a.I
____ __Tour includes:.. m and 4:15 p. m.
*, _,r---- ,, .- ----- Pacific Entrance to Canal _-, ___--------- -
LOST: Wallet containing cedul Pacfc Entrbo FOR SALE:-Red Potiac convertible
and other personal papers belong- I Tearl boslgands purchased Dec. 1949. Hydrmatic
Jr F Pearl Islands /WpL'rhased Dec. 1949. Hydramatic
ing to John J. Harrn Jr. Fnder he Coast of Darien almostt to W/W 23000 miles. Excellent cn-
please contact Harron at The Colombian border dition. Phone 86-5235.
Psar. Amerc, Tel. 2-070r. Fish for sailfish and marlin. Swim- ANTED
......... .... m,rg on Pearl Islands.WANTED
SLOST.- Seven mor,t:, brindle Boxer Leave 7 a. m. Saturday morning Pier
Puppy in vicinity cf ; itannia 17 Balboa. MiscellaneOUs
apartments. White nmoi ,ng on Return 6 p. m. Sunday afternoon
chest, clipped ears and toaI. Very Food catered by Hotel El Panama WANTED: American couple de-
friendly. Reward. Call American Fishing tackle supplied free, don't sires vacation quarters.Nov. 1,
Embassy. day or nght, or 3-24 T1. forget your camera. o sr vacation art Meyers, Claoy-
_-- This oll-expense fishing trip $30 ton 6166, after 3 p. m.
For reservations phone Jungle Jim WANTED: 6 year crib without
Panama 3-1660 or -your travel mattress.' Any condition. Phone
o oent. Cristobal 3-2700.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! WANTED:-Vocation Quarters for
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO American Couple on Nov. 1., 1952.
SP ACO Y O ORIODN one way $85, round trip $L35 (15 Phone Balboo 2-3152, after 7:00
day-limit), $160, 'good one year); p. m.
11Y OSWALD JACOBY to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149. WANTED:-College Student, Amer-
Written for NEA Service 1 5, round trip $252.35, 90 day- icon girl needs room in Canal
Limit Panama Dispatch Service, Zone, Pacific side. Phone Hotel
opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pan- Internacionol, room 308.
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NORTH S
974 FOR SALE
*AKS
Q J 10 2 Migeeaneui
WEST EAST
*K 05 A 3 2 FOR SALE:-Lionel train transfor-
t1097 VKQ832 meis 25 cyl. 60 -- Cyl. Track,
'43. *QJ 109 automatic cars. 16 mm Comera
i 4K63 475 iand projector. Phone Navy 2302.
SOUTH (D I FOR SALE:-German Shepherd (po-
A AQJ8 1 lice) pups, one male and one fe-
VA 6 male. Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa
6 5 2 2820. House 150 Prospect St.,
4 A 9 4 one way street to Quarry Heights.
North-South vul. cO ---- -- -r
N o rth-outh Eu. FOR SALE:-Singer. large, portable.
S.Oath West North East Morris Minor, 1951. Apex wash-
1 Pass 2 4 Pass ing machine. Zenith radio victro-
2 Pass 3 Pass Ia. Furniture. Electrical opplian-
4 Pass Pass Pass ces, etc. House 573-C, Curundu
Opening lead-- J Heights. Phone 2243.
--- 1FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet Pick-up
(Duty Paid). Radio and Table
I have heard people complain I (NC-200. 25' Cycle fan. B ed
Bout .being too rich, but I must.t springs, chairs, tables, bureaus.
gdmit'I have never .suffered from Refrigerator iKerosenei. 623-A,
,this complaint. 1 have seen other Cocoli after 4 p. m. daily.
suffertrs. however--that is, ati FOR SALE--Child's wardrobe, office
the bWidge table. Solth suffered typewriter, needs repairs, medium
from this rare complaint in the size table, 25" Cot, battery rao-
hand hown today. dio. Tel. Balboa 2734.
Wetopened st tht ja('k o hearts, FOR SALE: 120 Bass Accordion.-
2a t put up the queen, and South Der SALE: -W 120 Bass .cord 2 n
won With the ace. South could Derrick Wnch. Haond Op. 2 ton
see lots of pleasant finesses to Cp. Tel. Balboa 4249.-_
take in tl .' black suits, so he en-1 FOR SALE: Two baby beds with
tered 'gummy with the king of' mattresses, on e quartermaster
diamoIfs to try the spade fin-I toble and chairs. RP12A Rousseau
ad... Phone 25-3119.
West won with the king of
'pades and promptly returned a ,
etamond .since his partner had Balboa Credit
opped the queen of diamonds; ..
ft dummy s kini_ This toor.ced outi UniOn N o 849
du!nnm:'s ace ot diamonds, and "" v-
]fti the contract dependent on G eets Members
id the opponents took a trick in The board of directors of the
. .suit. sett.inu. the contract. Balboa Federal Credit Union
ntth's trouble was that he No 5849 extended greetings an.
Wy too ri',h for his o5n gooad ,congratulations to its members
Ta':e t',- tv black aces out of toda- In1 observance of Credit
th( South hand. and elv, them l union Day, which will be corn-
to West in exchPiT)e for the two memorated tomorrow by all!
blh k king-. With this change, credit unions of the Uniied
gorth is poorer. but he will ne- States and the Canal Zone.
we- dream of losing his contract.
',iuth's natural play after win-' The board extended its con-
rnil- the ace ot hearts is to lead gratulations "to those members
a ljw trump in oir .-r to force out who steadfastly stuck together
"*West's ace o assuming West has to promote thrif...to achieve
both black nces.. West can cash the goal of economic security
a heart and "switch to diamonds. through cooperative action."
but dumnmv wins with the king'
Vt diamonds. draws trumps andi stead of kings. The correct play
knocks out the ace of clubs. in the original hand is to win
';mumy's ace of diamonds re- with the ace of hearts, cash the
Mlins as an entry would estab- ace of spades, and then lead a
S clubs low spade. It is a fatal error to
e ,,A really fine declarer would notuse up a top diamond to try a
bothered by having aces in- finesse in either black suit.
1 -i


need a 2 or 4 cylinder marine gas
engine. Will sell or trade Johnson
10 HP outboard. Call Kuhns -
Coco Solo 265.


WANTED:-Married couple desires,
one or two bedroom apartment in
residential district. Phone 3-0475
WANTED: Furnished apartment,
for young American couple, just
married. Call Sgt. Jerome (85-
215D.

Help Wanted

WANTED:-Maid for housework, no
cooking. Must sleep in. Call
morning and after 6 p. m. Tel. 3-
4021.__


US Charged With

Organizing Spy Ring

In Czechoslovakia
LONDON, Oct. 15 -(UP)-
Czechoslovakia charged in a
u-+0 +-1- fle un-itcA 42+.+-. 1.


note touaV the United State is
organizing "services of th e
worst criminals" for a wide-
spread espionage and terrorist
campaign inside that Commun-
ist satellite.
The text of the protest note
was broadcast by the official
Czech news agency and monitor-
ed here.
In Vienna, the Prague Radio
was reported as charging the
United States parachuted two
'spies" into the Prague vicinity
where they killed two Commun-
ist officials.
The radio said the "spies"
were dropped Sept. 21 and were
almost immediately detected.
The broadcast said the "spies"
opened fire, starting a gun bat-
tle in which both Czechs and
one of the intruders were killed.
The note alleged the U. S.
intelligence service was recruit-
ing agents "from among war
criminals, emigre traitors and
common criminals."
The Czech government charg-
ed the agents were trained in
West Germany, where they were
supplied with large sums of
money, weapons, forged docu-
ments, explosleva and other
equipment."
The note alleged they were
then sent into Czechoslovakia
"to commit acts of espionage
and terrOrist activities and
even murder."


RESORTS
Gromllch Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, ga
stoves, moderate rotes. Telephone
6-441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.
Houses on BEACH at Santa Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL Balboo 2820.
Casino Santa Clarb. Donce music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary, Saturday and Sunday.
ATTENTION: All rents reduced
on Foster's furnished cottages, one,
mile beyond Santa Clara, private
rood to beach. (Bring own linens).
For information call at Dagmar's
No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone
Panama 2-1070.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clato with on
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas. refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673,
Box No. 435 Balboa.

Position Offered
WANTED: Salesman or saleslady,
wanted for large concern. Excel-
lent working condition, good so-
lary. Write Casa Fastlich, Box 323,
*R. of P. stating age and expe-
rience.
WANTED:-Salesgirl, cashier, Span-'
ish and English speaking. With
references only. Apply Novedodes
Morrison, from 10 to 12 and 4 to
6.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished residence,
office, livingroom, diningroomn,
porch, interior patio. 3 bedrooms,
with oir conditioned, hot water,
kitchen, maid room, big garden.
Price $275..00. Tel. 3-3444, after
6 p. m. or phone 3-1477, during


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Tramportes Baxter, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We paok and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
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CHIROPRATORS
Drm. A. -*;. ORMLLAC
(Palme .Graduates)
OFrIdZ HOURS:
8 -- 12 and 6 p.m
Saturday: .8 12 noon.
5 Pert AAve' Tel. 3-431S
41 block from Lux Theatre)


office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet in RBattleU und Is
Bella Vista. 3 bedrooms, lots of * WRn .
conveniences, $200. Apply per- (Contltad from Page I)
sonally, Canol Zone ,Phormacy, Cot rom age I
Panama. was nob in harangue to
-- disturb th~~rpeted hash of
this brand new $12,250,000 meet-
ing place of the world.
Since the harangues of the
Apartmenus seventh General Assembly be-.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS gan yesterday, the news came-
Two and five room furnished and ras and TV eyes have focused
unfurnished apartments; privdte en- on the hals vaulted interior.
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street But the Way to really see it is
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon when 's empty. Then, without
1 386. the distraction of Very Impor-
---' tant People and their gestula-,
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment 2 tions and .debates, It has the
bedrooms living and diningroom, Impact of a surrealistic Vsunet.
both, etc. Photo Bennett 181 Then It, is like walking into
Central Avenue. the fanciest Ofy movie palaces
FOR RENT: Modern apartment before thehshowenms td
completely furnished, 3 bedrooms, this new hal WVould malke" he
2 bathrooms, servants's room with shabbnciest of movie palace ook
both, living-diningroom cold and abby
hot water. $200.00. No. 17, 47th The carpeting (from France)
Street E.. which covers the floor is forest
green, Ando the 10 rows of dele-
r n nr ,-r gates' desks '(760 seats, r om
FOR RENT\ enough for 72 delegations) are
covered with leather In a lighter
Rooms shade of green.
FOurnihed Blonde wood from Sweden
OR RENT: Furnished room to frames the desks and the chairs.
gentleman, preferably foreigner, And when you peer down
No. 17, 13th street, Son Francis- from the".balcony at this pat-
co. Tel. 3-2316. tern of. desks and chairs on an
empty day, withoutt the dark-
M A c n suited figures of delegates to
Machine ACCOU in break up the vista, you get the
Machine Accouning feeling that a pale October sky
u has suddenly fallen into an an-
gry green sea, for the chairs are
egun upholstered n sort of a robin's
n l houseegg blue.
In a half-circle fronting the
delegates' area fluted wooden
Machine accounting was insti- strips, painted gold, rise 75 feet
tuted Monday in Section H of to the central dome, broken by
the Panama Canal's Storehouse two tiers of glass-encloed
Division as the first step in a booths for TV, radio, and trans-
long-range project to convert all lators.
general accounting and property Your guide Will tell you the
control of the division to this architects felt the wood Strips
type of accounting. gave an drgan-lke effect. To
Personnel of 'the Storehouse an irreverent.reporter, it look-
Division were busy over the ed more like the bamboo cur-
weekend making ready for the tain.
conversion in Section H which Right behind the rostrulm,
handles oils.paints, solvents andurrounding the UN ebem,
other similar materials are sir rows of circular shields,
International Business Ma- thre feo liker grotesque
chine equipment had already pushbuttons now, but eventual-
beer. installed in the Storehouse pushbuttons now, but eventual-
Division offices and a test run of t hey will bear th ber coat of
th equipment was made Fri- And high above, n the
day center of the doMe, a five-foot
It is planned to extend the Ions circular skylight admits the
B. M. system to other sections of hall's only natural light.
thb division lat.'r. On a-sunny day, it sla a. bright
With the change in Section H staring eye In the ceiling, but
all stock accounting for the main it is tqo feeble to compete with
storehouses in Balboa and Cris- the man-amde brilliance of the
tobal will be handled through I. decor. 1
B.M. equipment. Between the delegates' section
The conversion to machine ac- and the -01*Mrt balcony for
counting will require practically the public ar two aI~tract miu-
no change for field units making rals by rP '"ch artist Fernand
requisition of Materials. Leger. --
The new system will replace These 1mzk the 'rows of one-
th* manual accounting system arm-lvnael att f '2334 news-
with consolidated stock records paper haMp on the theo-
which will provide almost instan- ry that rI~ h hardit nu d
taneous answers to questions on to anytNVi
amounts, location and value of The oaslde mural look like
various stocks handled through a giant with bloody feet had
the Oil Sectien. stepped n a nce hie whitebath-
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Carlton Drug Store
10.059 MUelndes Ave.-Phone 356 Col46


In NY Phblhannoink
A former Canal Zone boy, a
graduate of Balboa High School
and former student at the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College, Is one
of the quartet of vocal soloists
who will appear it the concert
evrslon of the opera, Boris
Godunov, wit hthe New York
Philharmonic Simphony Or-
chestra Thursday, Friday and
Sunday nights.
Dick Turbyfill is listed as the
artist for the second tenor role,
along with .George London,
basso, John McCullem, tenor,
and Mike Rhoades,. baritone for
the season opener, 'with Dnitri
Mitropoulos conducting.
The former Canal Zone boy,
whose parents still live in Bal-
boa, has appeared efat,.,this
season at Carnegie Uh.t th
the New York Phi-tttfW .-
Symphony, but only. tieAm-
ber of the chorus. Th wil be
his first solo appearance there,
though he is an nattw O Dro-
fessional tenor in New York.

mat. The westside mural defies
analysis.
Due north of all this ts a huge
lobby, 75 feet high, where the
public enters throutgl seven
nickel-plated doors from Cana-
da.
From outside, the assembly
hall's dome stakes tha 04ambly
building look like 'th secret
home of some weir* to4ic ex-
periment. .
For that matti' ,ibt shOW
there are plenty of verbal #to-
mic explos 19 go"r" 85K"
neath the dome *. .
But in its virgin tate, as you
trewl the carpet t Pjt "
ypu walk piengs ,at
new CrenlragI' l11
seems to achieve wUN
Is after peace i It's
sort of on the Isoe.


ed it all, just in case',"
The ambulance comp~t ad'
agreed to take Janet to thdf
court-house reluctantly after
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Gentle, said they would aSuyme
the responsibility. The company
feared that an accident might
delay Janet's return to her Iron
lung.
"We felt the consequences It
she didn't get to go would be'


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Your Community Satin HORIZONTAo L Compeaas point
I -Screen 1 SheIsnea-
comedienne,. pertrmner
HOG-840 -tern "TbrUSUa
Greatest Show includes
051 -Igo-an 09 sinsfg
Whe 00,000 ele Me 11Oily ketones 9 Allowance
Presents 13 Repeat for waste
1ap4= nee 10Olympian
14 Remote from sodde
point of 12 Laths
Today, Wednesday, Oct. 15 attachment 1; Eaten *way
iMStagIFrer 18 From
P.M. Abtraetbeln20 Anointer
3:15--The Little Show 17 Bustle 21 Cylindrical
3:30-Music for Wednesday 1S0teek letter 22 Handles I
4:00-Music Without Words 20 Deposes 23 Stilgs
4:15-Sapla Parade 24 Lifting 24 TOe
4:30--What's Your Favorite I devices 25 Cereony
5:30-News I 27 Type of fur
5:35-What's Your Favorite 131 Pointer
(contd.) .' 32 Diner
6:00-FADS AND FASHIONS 3Cl Greek
6:30-Ricky's Record S h o p! to>bstoe
6:45-Lowell Thomas :?4 Set up.
7:00-Over to You (BBC) i:3?pt Dmti
7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS i, r une
REVIEW 38 Quell
7:45-French in the Air (RDF) I40 Fl rIda b.)
8:00-Evening Salon 43 Swlss river "
8:45--U.P. Commentary 44-Tear
9:00-The Small House at Hal- 'S7Burden anew
lington (BBC) 10orm noon
9:30-The Haunting Hour 53sEmpower
10:00-THEATER GUILD ON fetival54
THE AIR (VOA) 0 1$Weird-
11:00-The Owl's Nest 'Ias w ei
Midnight-Sign Off 5 Equas AL
Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct.16 1 TarrY -
A.M. 2 A'Emerald Isle"
6:00-Sign on The Alarm 43Hurl
Clock Club 4 Powerful
7:30-Morning Salon 1 --aive
8:15-Morning Varieties 5 Af native
8:30-Music Makers vote
8:45-Jerry Sears Presents .
9:00-News
9:15-Sacred Heart Program li n I
0:00-News I See It
10:05-Off the Record
11-:00-News R g se
11:05-Off the Record (Contd)
11;80-Meet the Band T Re i r I
Noon-News
P.M, --
123:05-PLucheon Music BIRGHAM, Ala., Oct. 15 (UP)
1230-Popular Music -Janet Gentle, who believes
1:00-News every citizen should vote Nov.
1: 1-Personality Parade 4, left the iron lung thit has
1:45--Excursion In Science imprisoned.her since 1946 today
2:00-Call from Lee Paul so she could 'register to cast her
2.15--Date for Dancing own ballot.
2:30-Afternoon M1lOdies She rode downtown and back,
2:45-Battle of the Bands a 14-mile round-trip, in an
3:00-American Debut ambulance. The trip and 15-
3:15-The Little Show minute registration routine used
3:30-Music for Thursday up nearly half of the two houart
4:00-Great Artists she can spend outside her
4:15-Bob Eberly mechanical lung,
4:3-W. Iha$'s ot 4e rlte .t But today was Janet's 21st
15:BS-Newa Wrthday and she- scoffed *6 the-
5:5-Wat' Your Firorti. ditnger. It was a goal she bad
contdi .... long. ago set-to registertoavr
:06:0-;.P AND FASHIONS -. hhen she was 21. Th gm l pW-
6:,.y t== Re c0 .d aodated even after she was struck
6:45-jowecl 'Thoml oy polio, paralyzed to her
7:00--Make Believe a I I r ll ipsn 196 -
"l.m thrilled to des*1h4. d.,
7:30--BLUX RIBBON SPOR AS Mm Sregistered voter," she said
REVIEW when she returned home and
7:45-Jam Session Was lifted back into the lung.
8:00-Halls of Ivy (VOA) "Everybody should exercise their
8:30-Gay Nineties right to vote. I have been plan-
8:45-U1P. Commentary ning on this day a long time."
9:00--PaulTemple (BBC) She noted that today also was
9:30-Opera Concert (VOA), Dwight D. Eisenhowe's birth-
10:00-Dance Music day but said she would vote the
10:15-Musical Interlude Democratic ticket.
10:30-Moonlight Mood While several reporters and
11:00-The Owl's Nest photographers gathered around
Midnight-Sign Off the ambulance parked at the
-court-h6use, Mrs. Charlie P.
Explanation of Symbols Quinn came out and registered
VOA-Voice of America Janet. The 'girl lay inside- the
BBC-British B r o a d c a stinl ambulance on a stretcher as
Corp. Mrs. Quinn asked her the, names
RDF-Radiodiffusion Francaise of the city comiessiondr, her
.... congressman and terms of office
e C a o of elected officials.
She answered every question
without a bobblb.
S p ll "I thought they would ask
SAS me to quote from the Constitu-
tion."'she said. "I hadn eWtte-'


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yves IronLung


ill Vote Nov. 4
0-
far worse than anything that
could hapIen on the tMp," her
mother said. "She has beea
planning since the last election.
at this time she would vote."
Janet was tired but suffered
no serious effects from the ex-
perience.
She will leave her lung again,
briefly on Nov. 4 to- vote. Th,.
time It will only be a short trip *
to her precinct a few block,
fr6m.her ,home. But her doctor
say ise catnnever In her lif
leave the mechanical breath eJo
'rM more thann Tey-Mnt.

Localo I L9ts


.ocal0On thatnmeet
wings will ioded n' the
various comunttles In the Ca-
nal Zone 'An g, Republic of
PanagiL tt Vhich time reports
of e it s i ft Ofthe exe-
cutly i a the 1cal will be
delivered.
T a.tollowing ,netings are
Red TUnVhapU4 today.
ParabO Chasteia40morrow.
GamC pt Rtiday.
S ChipteF Friday.
Balboa Chapter Oct. 31.
Gatun Oapter: Date to be &S.
nouoced later.
The meting of the Crist6bal
Chapter Will be held In the Club
TropIal. Co16;: the meeting of
the Balboa Ch ter will be held
in the Pacific Clublouse.
Oamboa and Crt6 wba ll be
n the same day and will be at-
.teaded V zd Gkin and 39d
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Box,195, Qa


MRS. JO1N WHITELY HONORED WITH DINNER
Mr, td Mrs. Albert Motta entertained with a dipner
party at thefr residence on Roosevelt Avenue, Monday eve-
Aing, to honor Mrs. John Whitely who arrived during the
we*e, -id for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Stor, Sr.. of the Hotel Whahington. -
Cowrn were laid for. twelve and the table was centered
with dahlias and white tapers in silver holders.
MMn. Whitely -is leaving tonight for Santiago, Chile, to
join her husband. They will fly to Rio de Janeiro and return
to New York; from that city.
collegee C(ub to iHear were: Mrs. J. M. Kenway, Mr
ieutenant-Governor William Casswell, Mrs. Mainer
The Caribbean College Club Peterson, Mrs. 0. E. Jorsta,
till have Lieutenant Governor Mrs. George Engelke, Mrs. Bu]
[. 0. Paxson as the guest speak- Watson, Mrs. William C 1 u t
r at the next general meeting Mrs. William B r o o k s, Mr
which has been changed to Frank J. McLeod and Mrs. J. I
thursday, October 16, at the Meehan.
lub headquarters in the Red
ross Building in Old Cristobal. "Sup Together" At
All members are urged to at- Chureh of Our Saviour
end. The congregation of the Epis


Ir. and Mrs. Carty
having Isthmus *
Mr. andMr. George W. Carty
nd daughter, Kathleen, a r e
ailing Friday to make their
Mr. Carty has served as x-ray
echnician on the staff of the
'olon Hospital for the past two
ears.


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copal unurcn o01 ur aviour
ith their families and friends,
will enjoy a covered dish "sup
together" on Thursday at 6:00
p.m.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden and
Mr. J. Palmer Smith, a delegate
to the General Convention, re-
cently held in Boston, will give
reports and impressions.
A sound film movie will be
aniovld at the reotnrv hv the


governorr of Province of Colon children.
loves to New Home Mjirs. Julius S. Dietz is gen-
The Governor of the Province eral chairman for the supper,
f Colon, Don Jose Maria Gon- which is being sponsored by the
alez and Mrs. Gonzalez have Women's Auxiliary.
loved to their recently coi- W s Auxiliary.
ileted residence on Roosevelt Fellowship Meeting At
,ve. in New CristobaL Gatun Union Church
-nday M eaite A Fellowship Meeting will be
monday Musicale held at the Gatun Union Church
lans Year's Work on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. for
The first meeting of the Mon- all adult members .and Inter-
ay Musicale for the fall sea- ested residents of the commu-
on was held at the home of nity.
drs. Alvin tankin in Margarita,
vithl the president, Mrs. John A program of music, motion
urvis, Jr., officiating. pictures of the construction of
During the business meeting the Panama Canal and a panel
Irs. C. J. Genis was appointed discussion will feature the even-
rogram Chairman for the year ing's entertainment, a f ter
nd Mrs. Milton Cookson was which refreshments will be
pointed Social Chairman. served.
Mrs. H. C. Egolf, who recently
moved to Margarita from Bal-
oa, was welcomed as a ne w Mr, and Mrs. Cox
member. Announce Birth of Son
For this year's work the group Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cox, of
decided J.o study the fugues, New Cristobal, announce t h e
ratorlo, opera, symphony, pia- birth of a son at the Colon Hos-
o concerto and chamber mu- pital, Sunday, October 12. The
c. baby has been named Kevin
-Refreshments were served by Patrick.
Irs. Purvis and Mrs. Cookson Mr. Cox is the Executive As-
Iter tbh meeting. sistant to the General Manager
The other, member, present of the Commissary Division.
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preformed tight."-

S v on your especially tough
fleble eel, I6 de S'Mad, for smooth spooling
on the welt drums of a 6aU, flaes easily over
tracker tqulpment sheaves, and stands -up
against the dust and grit o* dirtmoving service.
To save ope cests on your tractor equip.
meant -use Toumaropsl
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United States Ambassador to his way to a United States di- N
Moscow, the U.S. still regards plomitic conference in London.
him-as an accredited to the So-
viet Union and refuses to take Kennan at that time said that
the formal step of "recalling" Western diplomats in Moscow
him. lived in an "icy cold atmosphere"
However, there is no way in and compared conditions in the'
which the United States can re- Soviet capital with those he ex-i
turn Kennan to Moscow, now perienced when interned by Nazi
that the Soviet Union has de- Germany during World War II.
cared him persona non grata.
I Kennan presently is in Bonn, Just For The Record
Germany, and U.S. sources ex- *
pect him to remain there at least PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UP)-
for the rest of the year as spe- Tie longest court case in Rhode
cial adviser to the State Depart- Island history has been tran-
ment on Soviet affairs. scribed by two stenographers
who worked two years. The
The Soviet demand for Ken- William H. McSoley will contest
nan's recall stemmed from a is recorded 'on 9.366 typewrit-
statement he made at a press ten pages bound in 25 volumes.
conference on his arrival in Ber- The case has gone to the state
lln from Moscow on Sept. 19 on supreme court for review.


ELEVATED PAK I?
. Milton DETROIT (UP)- pe city
s - tun ph nors' will from using Cass Park
for anything but a park, isa
conslderint a plan to Jack-.Up
Day of Recollection Planed all 3 n 2id esf.a po It on a, steel
The Altar Rosary Society will structure so it won't b lo c'k
sponsor a day of recollection bu second Boulevard. Terrt-
at the Miraculous Medal Church torifal Governor Lewst Cam gave
next Sunday, for members and the. park to Detroit more than
guests. The day will begin with a century -ago with the provi-
a 7:00 a.m. Mass and holy corn- sion it would revert to theire
union. Spiritual exercises will if any part of it were- ever used
start at 9:00 a.m. and last until for any other purpose.
4:00 p.m., and will be followed n i pur
by benediction.
All who plan to attend are James B. Humphries Mrs.
requested to bring their lunches. George W. Kennedy and Misns
Sandra Walsh assisted the host
Visitation of Distriet Deputy and hostess. I
At Elks Club The young guests were: Sue
Lodge 1414, B.P.O.E. of Balboa and Ray, Winstead, Jeff an d
will be the guests of Lodge 1542 Bruce Wiggs, Bruce Taylor, Dee
tonight at their Hospitality Humphries, Judy Woolard, To-
dinner at 6:00 p.m. This will be nita Benero, Donna Lou a n d
followed by the visitation of David John Dear, L o r e t t A
District Deputy, G.E.R., Brother Voight, Lynn, Pamela, Brooks
Harold J. Zierten. and Deborah Roll, Ti mmy
Quinn Bobby, Cherie and Mic-
Susan Smith Celebrates kie Walsh, Wayne Hardaker,
Seventh Birthday- Debbie Bowman, Da Harlem,
On Sunday Afternoon, Susan Sharon Conner, B. t. Simma,
Smith, daughter of Warrant Charlotte, Catherine and Roger
Officer and Mrs. No r v al V. Simms, Denny Parsons, Cynthia
Smith, of Fort Davis, celebrat- and Phyllis Hoff, Louis Four-
ed her seventh birthday annal- nier, Julie Pat and Jackie Wise,
versary with a party at the Of- Marsha Kennedy, R i c h a r d
ficers' Club. Greenf, Frede Ann Ragsdale and
The children had a "treasure Gibby Vodrey.
hunt" for hidden candy a nd
toys. The table was trimmed N. J. Owen Auxiliary
with ruffled pink streamers on Meets Tonight
a white cloth. Matching nut Nathaniel J. Owen, Unit No.
cups marked the places and a 3, American Legion Auxiliary
white cake decorated in pink will hold its .regular monthly
roses centered the table. meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Le-
Mrs. Roy V. Embury, Mrs. glon Hall in Gatun.



BALBOA
PRE-RELEASE FRIDAY 10:00 P.M.

EVE MINNIER THAN "The PALACE


Russia Stands By

Ban On Kennan;

Repeats He Lied
MoSCOW, Oct. 15 (UP)-Rus-
sia refused to withdraw her de-
and for the recall of United
-ates Ambassador George F.
Kennan and again accused him
of lying about the isolation of
Western diplomats in Moscow, it
was reported here today.
In Washington, meanwhile,
the State Department said it had
no comment on the new Soviet:
note but might issue a statement
later today.
The Russians stuck to their
charge of Oct. 3 that Kennan
had violated a diplomatic cus-
Jtom in likening the plight of
Western diplomats in Russia tol
life under internment in Nazi
Germany during World War II.
The Soviets were replying to:
a United States note of Oct. 8
rejecting Moscow's charges as
Invalid.
The Russian reply said that
the United States' contention is
that *Kennan had only "accu-
rately and in moderate lan-
guage" described that the isola-
tion of Western diplomats in I
Moscow was "in crude contrast:
to reality and is entirely ground-
less."
Russia also said that "this ar-
bitrary assertion represents an
added attempt to justify a men-
acious statement hostile to the
Soviet Union made by former
U.S. Ambassador to the U.S.S.R:
Mr. Kennan."
Although the Soviet note re-
ferred to Kennan as a "former"


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Deer-Proofing A Hunting Dog
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By JOE STETSON
Dog Editor


L. L. Jim Baxter had been search.
-ing the countryside for two days
--"-or his pointer dog. and I coulc
: tell by the look on his face thai
-...he had found the dog and in
- 'good health.
-._. He had not said a word, but
*..* when he did speak his question
, had an urgency about it that be-
....spoke his real love for his dog
and a respect for game and the
game laws.
... "Aow am I going to keep the
""l-danged fool from chasing deer?"
""'he asked. "It's bad enough this
.... running off so that I lose a cou-
P-ple of days' work and a night's
,'leeo, but anybody who sees him
....In the act has a legal right to
shoot him and some one of
-"the,,e times he just won't be so
lucl ."
Jim had set the facts up exac-
tly in those two sentences. A deer
chasing dog is a menace to game.
-fa hazard to himself and a worry
'to his owner.
. Not so long ago the problem of
" deer proofing was a difficult one.
To break a dog it was necessary
to catch the dog in the act so
that he would definitely asso-
ciate the act with the punish-
mennt and then reprimand him
severely.
""It is much easier to talk about
catching a dog on a deer track
thin do it, and a great deal of
'..ltUne and effort may find an
owner still trying to find an op-
-portunity to intercept a dog
.When he knows he is on deer.
-,But there has' been progress
.in- the methods of deer proof-
lng. Scent companies have pre-
pared concentrated essences of
various animals including deer
so that it is now much easier to
associate the scent of the ani-
mal with the action you wish to
take.
"Order. some deer scent from
one of the scent companies, Jim,"
I said. "They will send you in-
structions with the scent and I'll
guarantee, if you follow the in-
structions, that your dog will
never chase another deer."
"How does it work?" he queri-
ed. "I've heard of encouraging
dogs to retrieve dummies by put-
ting pheasant or duck scent on


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them, but how can you reduce a
dog's intreest with scent?"
"It's not at all complicated.
You can explain it in terms of
'familiarity breeds contempt' or
you can associate the smell of
deer with reprimand. In the first
instance, by spraying the dog at
frequent intervals the dog gets
so sick of the deer scent that he
doesn't want any part of a deer.
"With the second method you
let the dog sample deer scent
and then reprimand him. By let-
ting him know. that you object
to his interest in deer scent he
is very unlikely to follow the
scent in the field.
"It doesn't work in every sin-
gle case, but the percentage of
success s so high that using it is
a logical first in dog training. It
is the easiest and quickest way
of saying 'deer' to your dog and
then of saying 'no' while he has
visions of deer in his mind."
(Distributed by NEA Service).
Backlog
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (UP)
-Good fortune should smile
on Janice Van Vleet of Battle
Creek for some time. She picked
17 four-leaf clovers in her back
yard in one day.


I Notice To Teen-Age Boys

All boys who will be 13 years of age before August
1st, 1953 or will not be 16 years old before August 1st,
1953 and who live and go to U. S. Rate schools on the
Pacific Side of the Isthmus, are eligible and are invited
to fill out this ballot for membership in the "Fastlich
Teen Age Baseball League."
Please leave this completed ballot with Principal
T. F. Hotz, Balboa High School.

Name .............................. (Telephone)........
Birthday ............................Age...........
Address ........................ ................ .........


House No.


Street


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BOWL8NG Ex-Champ 2-to-1 Favorite
arrOver Mexican Lauro Salas
Margarita Bowling League


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TEAM STANDINGS
am Won Lost
es 14 6
lstobal Gun Club 12 8
cky Strike 111/2 8 /2
s 10 10
dnance 91/2 10 1/
st Office 9 11
vy 8 12
tun Electric 6 14


Ten High Average Bowlers
Name Team HS Aver.
H. Colbert (GC) 414 182
E. Bensen (LS) 214 180
P. Stewart (E) 203 174
C. Louis (E) 211 173
R. Robinson (A) 211 171
W. Blair (N) 201 171
L. Moore (GC) 213 169
D. Anderson (A) 202. 168
J. Wright (LSI 190 168
K. Woodcock (LS) 209 168


Last Thursday evening proved
to be a night of upsets in the
Margarita Bowling league when
the all powerful Aces dropped 3
points to the now 5th place Ord-
nance team, while the Post Of-
f ice keylers took 4 big digits
from the favored Navy. Harry
Colbert did his share rolling 584
as the Gun Club collected 3 from
the Elks. Colbert's 584 was high
triple for the evening while
Woodcock took single honors
with a 209.
The Scores:
POST OFFICE
Grier 158 136 168 462
Long 152 167 144 463
Brown 126 114 154 394
Watson 173 186 167 526
Hall 168 172 153 493
Total 777 775 786 2338
Handicap 5 5 5 15


Blair
Stauffer
Cuilen
Mytinger
Tustin
Total


782 780 791 2353
NAVY
156 174 157 487
156 149 152 457
.137 141 171 449
122 179 109 410
196 129 194 519
767 772 783 2322


LUCKY STRIKE
J. Wright 189 157 162 508
C. Wright 153 -- 157 310
Turner 181 203 134 518
Bensen 183 173 166 522
Woodcock 172 209 157 538
Johnston 129 -- 129
Total 878 871 776 2525
GATUN ELECT.
Rowland 135 123 -- 258
Baggott 188 156 146 490
Snyder 137 -- 141 278
Whigan 157 -- 174 331
Dougan 133 161 160 454
Irving -- 104 -- 104
Malcolm -- 178 132 310
Total 750 722 753 2225
Handicap 43 29 43 115
783 751 796 2340
ACES
Robinson 184 166 159 509
Spinney 154 169 127 450
Anderson 189 149 131 469
Larrabee 176 152 153 481
Good 156 175 142 473
Total 859 811 812 2382
ORDNANCE
Glick 135 -- 149 284
Gormley 154 161 128 443
Johnson 157 108 -- 265
Woner 154 135 166 455
Jensen 146 163' 133 442
Gibson -- 158 142 300
Total 746 725 718 2189
Handicap 87 96 92 275
833 821 810 2464


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CHICAGO, Oct. 15 (UP)-Jimmy Carter of New York to-
night meets Mexico's Lauro Salas in a 15-round return enlage-
ment for the world lightweight championship at the Chicago
Stadium.
Salas took the crown away from Carter in a torrid battle
last May. Tonight's will* be the third meeting between the two.
The International Boxing Club expects a smnal gathering
of 6,000 and a gate of $25,000. However, the fighters-who will
receive 30 per cent each from the net gate-will haul down
an additional $10,000 each from television and radio' rights.
The fight Is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. EST (Panama
time).
Carter, 28, has lost only 13 of his 66 pro fights since be-
ginning his career in 1941. The confident Jimmy said today,
"I know I will win because he beat me the last time and I
kpow how to beat hbm now. The last time we fought, Salas
Waited until the last 30 seconds of each rodnd then forced the
fighting at full speed to impress the judges. This time, I will
do the waiting and be the one who will impress the judges."
The first time these boys met, Carter won although suf-
fering a knockdown in the last round. The second time they
slugged it out, Salas lifted the title Carter had won the pre-
vious year by knocking out Ike Williams in the 14th round. -
Salas is just as confident as Carter. Lauto claimed, "I won
both times we met, although the first time I did not get the
judges' verdict. Now I am the champion. I will whip him again
and continue being Champ."


Thonpson Out To Aveinge

Previous Defeat By Bill


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Colon's flashy Leslie Thomp- when in top condition, will have
son will be out to wipe off one the advantage over his plucky
of the only two blots oan rival in height and reach. The
otherwise perfect record Sunday new "Panama Al Brown" has
night when he tackles Black Bill thus far been putting his natu-
in an anxiously awaited return ral advantages to good use in
engagement at the Colon Arena. his short but brilliant career.
If Sunday night's eight-round- This return match is the result
er turns out to be anything like of popular demand by ardent
the six-round semifinal in which fans who were on hand for the
Bill scored a split decision over previous Pier Six brawl staged
Thompson, the fans will be get- by these two Atlantic side crowd
ting more than their money's pleasers.
worth.
Thompson, a tall rangy young- In the first fight, Thompson
ster who weighs only 123 pounds builtup a wide lead in the first


GUN CLUB
NOTES

Hello, all you trap shooters.
This is "Charlie" Disharoon cal-
ling 'to announce a trap shoot
to certify that he has not for-
gotten you. This shoot will take
place at the Gamboa Gun Club
Sunday morning, Oct. 19, at the
usual time. This will be a regis-
tered shoot to get you in good
form .for three trophy shoots to
be held within the next sixty
days. All registration fees for
these shoots will be absorbed by
the Canal Zope Trapshooting As-
sociation's funds.
Now for the trophy shoots. The
first one will be held at the Cris-
tobal Gun Club Nov. 2, Sunday
morning, at 10 o'clock. The se-
cond will be at the Gamboa Gun
Club on Nov. 16, Sunday morn-
ing, same time, and the last one
for this season is scheduled for
Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 10 a.m.,
at the Cristobal range.
The program for these shoots
will be 50 sixteen yard targets
and 50 ATA handicap birds. The
two trophies for each of the first
two shoots will be provided by
the CZTA and will be awarded
via the Lewis Class System, two
classes, on the total 100 targets.
We would like to make an im-
portant announcement. Harold
Rodell Is asking all the trap-
shooters to be on hand with their
favorite trap guns Sunday morn-
ing, November 2, at the Cristobal
Gun Club, to demonstrate their
democratic political power and
defeat Joe Kueter's republican
line-up which is, trying to in-
vade Harold's stronghold.


CRISTOBAL GUN CLUB
Colbert 201 176 207 584
Wickingstad 182 167 158 507
Moore 149 191 172 512
Sanker 142 178 177 497
Bartram 140 186 132 458
Total 814 898 846 2558
ELKS
Louis 171 171 180 522
Stilson 136 202 134 472
Nelson 150 146 167 463
Stewart 173 170 206 549
Kariger 150 163 163 476


Total


780 852 850 2482


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zuwluuiina by capillltan g on his
height and reach. From the third
round on, however, he elected to
slug it out with the "Windmill"
and as a result dropped a close
decision.


Young Finnegan, who Is now
Thompson's .trainer, predicts.
"Leslie will stop Bill inside of
four rounds If he, only carries
out my plan of battle.'
Meanwhile, Bill continued to
impress fans during his work-
outs. Black Bill tossed, so much
leather during one workout that
he has gained more backers to
add to the legion of fans he al-
ready has.
Pacific side fans are reminded
that Sunday's fight will get un-
derway at 7 p.m. instead of 8
p.m. in order to enable them to
catch the night train to Panama.
Admission prices for this ex-
cellent program are $2 and 75
eents

Armed Forces Liffle

League Meeting Set
AU Armed Forces Little
Legue meeting will be con-
rdu at the Scout Hat on
Quarry eights at 7:3 p.m. on
Friday, Oct.17, for the purpose
of electing officer for the
1952- i Armed Forces Little
Iua.e baseball organisation.
All interested personnel are
invited.


Bucky Harris Signs Two Year


Contract At $35,000 AnniuT
act .'ua


(By U .P.)Baseball
The Washington Senators gave Seball Fro
Manager Bucky Harris a vote of
confidence by signing him toa K eep Busy
new two-year contract. The new 1 C B s
pact calls for more than $35,000
a year. -
Harris began his career as
manager of the Senators in 1924 NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (UP) -
while still an outstanding second ee aball front offices are
baseman. Bucky had a pennant seeing busy.n ed Box ave
'The Boston Red Sox ,ave
winner the first year and re- bought four right-handed pitch-
mained manager of the Senators ers from their r Louiville fard i
through 1928. Harris returned to club and drop ed three other
manage Washington from 1935 minor leagues. The new Red Sox
through 1942. He signed for his pitcher are- Stan McWilliams,
third "hitch" with the Senators Tom Herrin, George Uhase. and
in 1950. Last season Bucky veteran Ken Holcombe. The Red
brought the Senators home fifth o0x sold pitcher Jim Atkins and
-only one game out of the first Harley Hisner and catcher Len
division and two notches higher Okrie to Louisville.
than In 1951. McWilliams won six and lost
At the same time, the Phila- seven, while Uhaze had an 18
delphia A's announce the signing and 10 record with Albany of the
of three players. They are pitch- Eastern League. Herrin won 10
ers John, Mackinson and Martin and dropped 12 with Louisville:
Sadorf and shortstop Jim Wlil- Holcombe had a five and seven
son. Mackinson. who won 16 and record with Louisville.
lost 14 with Birmingham last The St. Louis Cardinals have
season, will' report to the A's added southpaw Bobby Slay-
camp next spring. Sadorf has baugh to their Columbus farm
been assigned to Corning, New club In the American Associa-
York, of the Pony League and tion.
Wilson to Fayetteville of the Ca- The Cardinals got Slaybaugh-
rolina league. who lost an eye in trainflng last
S espring-in a deal with Omaha.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have The Cleveland Indians have
traded outfielder Gus Bell to the asked waivers on veteran catch-
Cincinnati Reds for three play-
ers.. Fight Results


The new Plrates are outfiei-
ers Cal Abrams and Gall Henley
and catcher Joe Rossi. Abrams-
left handed all the way-went to
the Reds from Brooklyn early
last season. His batting average
with the Reds and Dodgers was
.274. Henley played with Tulsa
last season where he batted .273.
Rossi hit .221 in 55 games with
the Reds. Bell, a thre.m-year vet-
eran with Pittsburgh, batted .247
last season and hit 15 home runs.


'Flush Royal'"

In Cesa ewitch

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NEWMARKET, Oct. 15(~ )-
In one of the moat exaotimng tin-
ishes since the iade was fGi run
in 1839, Flush Royal .- a seven-
year-old owned by bookmaker
George MacClean and steered by
Billy Nevett won the Ceare-
witch Stakes here today. '
French Design, owned by C.
Bannis and ridden by Ephnith,
was a neck behind in ap1oto-
finish while Sir Victor assoon's
Queen Vashti, steered by ap-
prentice jockey John Lindley,
placed third to lengths behind.
A field of 38 thoroughbreds
contested the two-and-one-quar-
ter mile handicap for the prize
of 3,285 ($9,198). The race is
one of the most popular handi-
caps of the season and is the
first leg of the big fall betting
double, the second leg of which
is the Cambridgeshlre Stakes
which will be run here in two
weeks.


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BROOKLYN. Joe Glardello,
155, Philadelphia, outpointed
Joey Glambra, 155, Buffalo (10).
CHICAGO. Jimmy Martlnez,
154, Glendale, Ariz., outpointed
Irish Jimmy Sanders, 154, War-
ren, 0. (I).
HOLYOKE, Mass. JEff Dyer,
207, Springfield, Mass., stopped
Jimmy Tendo, 202, Boston (s).
CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex.-Bfng
Roberts, 184, Corpus Christi, out-
pointed Red Worley, 184, San
Diexo, Tex. (10).
FRESNO, Cal. Tote M'Wlf-
nes, 144 San Fjranaeeo, o*l,
pointed George Mtasad 143Ia
Angeles (10).


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berg says- ,Tbt.haO iVen us
valuable service the lasIt* sea-
sons by.p alng:off.TJ Began
And helping te ybung~s pitch-
ers. He'ithe'type we
want to keep. l thetorhglaI.
tion."'
SIn Honolulu, .the b.n.tormin.
Major L e A-tarS Whipped
the Rura Red -4 Mon
day night. First baseman-d Ro-
blOson of the Chicago White Sox
hit two homers. Catcher Larry
Berra of, the World champion
New York Yankee apd: shortstop
PeemWee Reese of'Brooklyn each
hit one.

Santa Cruzi Sports
Santa Cruz trbinriced Paralso-
Red Tank in Interachol volley-.
ball fo r n high sfool girls
15-5 and 15-13 "
After losing the first set by the
lopsided score of 15-s, the visit-
ors settled down and. began a
drive to 'even things up. They
led 12-11, only to suctmb to the
hometownersa
Coach French used his entire
team throughout the contest,
with the smaller players out-
playing their taller teammates.
Santa Cruz will travel to La
BOca this coming Wednesday, to
try for their second successive
win, which will give them the
rht to meet the Atlantic side
winer for the championship.
Team roster:
Teresa Malcolm, Linda Grif-
fith., Jean obers, Sarah Ba9 sy
Violet Reid, Ellen. Wad, Mar-
garet Welch, Alma AlmnatineJ
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MA higIan State continues Lead United Press Football Poll
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JOE WILL

one of my Ardent admits., Mr. J
Ave., Wet HemUpst0 (i S .e I U
eries "fotr *a4 el0 beas
the series, then aWtew tU the I3ums
"Don't you think that as the
met oint ia wpgpimat you iho 1 hi
etimeih dd. "OM are yor so des= e
root prediction thAt you ut al l
plea dont switch back to the Yank
seriet I ) wcx t e you on
derout Mtor. II T fa- It m
l whtidn can'tRo oandU
to th 6Yanoet YOUth<
lowetar fe and' daidt and It Casey
to a r the wi h bare that's
think o t, t would be no t tha
All I d do I u temy admirer
Ingt. I ot u I, tht he doubt
liy epanLe a aut rwaon to b
.u d ratta w ot a n rrt
a b una= co-operUve V
ini'Aa w~bu to mj
two, ad l was I ApriL
() I u 6 wi of the Kenti
( >.I wrae t ,ta would 1
( X h redl, et Indtopendene Day
Fourth
Around the hop they aid I was m
like a bur .
*
The Law of Aver
Looknc k. what I cant underst
aiuoe ioam1UreulIe demonstration b;
U R worked so wel *o
Leapn e o tentyu Whetuher it
hat b"en utdmatic with me for years.

the Anrican league wl win the Wor
*An that's how it works out pat*
rauke-.soobet it meant four
sit hand for th league new i
ut1iit. Previo* fire years without m
I have a raer ihy faith in the
knbWlin tgprt6Wy what It means. It wAS
bettayed me Into b6lie the Pp" gc
looked i their opengday ctre-a
seemnse capable ot doink anything the Y
+me` do It better
M. nterpre it the law of average
win onl so lotX, then you must Io9e. Co
to demand that the stronger force must
weaker fore, no matter how often the
L of A. makes no vision for the
reaso.minewhee along the lineb the
Wi6 ippaosed inevitably to take over,
twptlt Unlft u the plreasures of the cai
..4 ieft"o as th
and ft 9hWfte
serves were so r so limite
f0th ma" (as earth.ligie was a t
ull* 1< *hIA *tnt l*lt *mtlha --l **W*ll i


It's a Defeatit Cd
The Bums earned 'I ha o
and that's proof t
doubt they have t
seas. This l. '
Baskground ad enviro taM a A
dwell in an oat1 ere of success. the
It's a rarity whn the Yankees eve
,wfO. You simpl knew the initaht Jack
- the buss full In the last game evi
was all over Billy Meyer, recently i
pirate.-and a gentleman with no ami
the season:


California, TIGER RAGS La Boca Sports

JAMS Maryland Are CHS Shows Improvement VTolGi
In one of the mostexctng
S.. .. ... Runners Up Sevolleyball games ever to be play-
nameuto hris Lgio )ittiIR u nners ed between local school
** l ^Runners-Up Despite Severe Injuries bwC iaL
-19ZBocaa Rainbow C it ch
th. 7 ~- ln 0 o Schools volleyed and spiked for
aieolum llato-a leading -8 NOR It MILLe- almost and hour boron the
olu t oa leading Ores ports riter When the 1952 gridirlon sea- Benoay Favorite outdoing all bid- Rainbow City visitors captured
emoe integrity the person rolls around to a close, ders for his position, the victory 12-15, 15-11 and 15-9
t or a cor- NEW YORK Oct. I (UP) coaches Luke Palumbo and Paul These are only a few of the Friday La Boca.
yl t67 wSyp? ButMch alteW YORKOct 15 (UP) Moser will certainly qualify as surprising performers which
Micha (n State, which altered its 'Chess' champions as well as the C. .8. has come up with this La Boca settled down in the
sthe (oth de ore a wthe football script for television last most outstanding coaches of the year, for to list onl ya few, Carl first game and easily outplayed
,ats of gat sl t." sa1- weueaed stormed instead of year, a title for which, unfor- Tuttle, Jim Everett, Bob Orvis, the visitors by a score of 16-11,
if sy e osl hotl ad squeaked to victory, improved tunately, there is no local award Ralph Reccia, Billy Price, Dick but in the second game, Ral9bOw
t ) contributed position today atop the rat- nor recognition. Despite the fact Reed, Bob Connard, Ted Chin City retaliated and surprised
St pietI of their fol- g o f tcoache United Press board that Cristobal High School has and one of the best running their opponents by winning 15-
Sentitled Ater be forced to beenplagued with a series of backs in the business on the 12. The decisive third game-was
l rht,too. Cometo from behindfor victories n telling injuries to their key ball Zone, Bob Grace, form a group cautiously played with the score
a.from behind for victories the players, the Tigers have always of players that could blast to being even up to 6-6, then Rain-
that 1 an't rn first twogamuned this season, owhe managed to come through with smithereens, the championship bow City barged ahead and cop-
my l itegr t Sparead- for a full r60 minutes oatpera more-than-average account of hopes of many a team. What the ped the victory by a 15-9 More.
m pulled oWty, atelY1 and walloped Texas ASM 48-6 themselves. This can be attri- Tigers do lack is 'depth. Further
.t ,The crystal Aacoast-topcoxast teevsion buted to the fact that the two Injuries to the squad could prove STANDINGS a
BetlO. Om before coast-to-coast television Atlantic side coaches have ex- disastrous. Teams W L Pet.
y tat aThe imprenve triumph pertly jugg led their limited C.B.S meets Athletic Club La Boca 1 1 .500
t-n'uie ru cs, .0tha e, the ISpartan' 18th ri hrow squad to a great measure of( t Saturday Night Rainbow City 1 1 500
fectiveness, while at the same Saturday night the Athletic La Boca Junior Col. 0 1 .000
ueky Derby. earned the No. 1 rating time instilling In them a fight- Club (Working Boys) take the The next contest is scheduled
m out Walcott. froms the United Prtm board of ing spirit that" knows not the field against C.H.S. at Mt. Hope to be played at Mt. Hope ta-
would faul on Jt y the eCoch U r the fourthstraight meaning of the word "quit." 8adium. Fans who attended the dium this Friday at the Rainbow
wuld fll on July week and widened their lead The most damaging blow suf- amboree will recall that these City Playground.
king otradam look received 14 fered by C.H.S. was the loss of two teams played their quarter 2:30 p.m. La Boca J. 0. Vs.
first pi otel and 08i ot 1 Les Rinchart, whose injured knee to a scoreless tie. R. City Hi.
ia r e 0b 0 ot s ron 306 o acquired in the Jamboree makes Tickets are already on sale on 3:15 p.m. La Boca Hi Vs. R.
P 1 30e c Poiac nhets from the him the unluckiest Gridder on both sides of the Isthmus and City Hi.
coaches who comprise the Blue and Gold eleven. LUp can be purchased from Balboa
ad t ltlalnt. is why tI te boatr vCalifrnian had eight was injured in the '51 Jamboree High School, Junior College, in
offwfirst places votes and 273 Ps nts. also and saw only limited action Balboa, or from any student, Tomorrow the La Boca Junior
NIn last week's ratings, the Spar- through that season. C. H. S. coach or C.H.S. office on the At- High will travel to Red Tank for
f Orrne. the (NEA Telephoto) tans led California by only 11 coaches and Lea all look hope- lantic Side. More details regard- their first interachool volleyball
TD OR NN-Powerplunging from the two-yarline, points fully to his return for the game in this C..-AC. game will game at :00 p.m.
P.en5 Joe Varaltis drives over for the touchdown as Penn- In other significant changes against Balboa Oct. 24. be appearing in this column dur-
that sylvani, triumphls over Princeton, 13-7. The Tiger loss halted from last week, Maryland and Vernon Bryan was the leading In-the week.
t a 24-game winning Atreak. Georgia Tech each moved up one candidate for the quarterback
iU to place to third and fourth, res- slot and seemed a cinch at start- Ai
eet Purdue. a U -Ing at that berth, but before the
In a rWO a and (Ll I int the top 0or sason opened Palumbo and Mb- 1
matk i lalo ue the first time this year, replac- ser both agreed that Verne
mei had rk- lt heNLns .. V 2g Wisconsin and Notre Dame. could not be relieved from line A t kl
tce" a b" _0 iiiis : aMaryland, with a strings of 16 duties and he inevitably wound 11111 "T
aw of ae s without straight victories, had six first up at center where he forms a
ath tat place ballot .and 244 points bulwark ofdefense against there ra T
a e ey --a Georgia Tech had three firs compeargtinarig elevens.
S laW t hey place votes and. 204 points, just Tommy Hughes' crushed fore- Three of the eight teams that
ankees could doandz, at i four more than Oklahoma. The figer made him a doubtful start- saw action in last Wednesday
tanads Of qTaarte act So0eners, 1950 national cham- er, but the passes thrown by night's Volley Ball League open- a
. Off TodQua rterbacka pions, continued their progress Tommy during Friday nig ht's er remain undefeated with three
honoena16 WO tyom toward the top by advancing encounter against Junior Co ege wins. The only teams that ended
aSoD -orevaild the em from seventh to fifth place with left no doub that he is ready to up on the short end of a three-
S but apparent the u eeps r Faking A Pitch-Out three first place votes and 200 o as starting quarterback for game set with one victory was
log or points. tr tigers. the Fort Gulick volley-ballers
vsti connt of the Kansas, with four straight vic- Probably one of the finest who lost to Navy 2 to 1.
w solid values dn Another of a series by fatnous stories this year, also moved examples of grit and school spir- In order to assure keener com- keep your engine oile
itl dft t Another of a ri by faous f 1 th i It Jody Robeson, the C.H. petition in all three games of the harmful abrasives with ...
cl0U Od'O rthe uns- eoahe Ied t written 01n' ts; southern California full back who, playing with his set, the volley ball officials have
10th man in the series for NBA Sele oeda notch to seventh with ankle taped and swollen far out made a home-rule that each
lbod ttl t o blareo y DALAS W nts; Duke held eight place of proportion, ripped through game counts as an individual win
I. A It out, y With points; PurdueWnt all the J.C. line time and again or or loss. Therefore, the season will A
d An tr wat not ,Omte Colo. (NwA) A te way from 16th -to ainth, at- substantialgains that woul dbe not be played according to sets. a tCO ort
OUpl R,"notColo.eaAing one JIMs place vote and andingperformance for. .With this new set-up, Marga-
S y u t l on 1h iet an a er with a pair of sound rits, Gibraltar and Battery B
"tanks. of the 764th stand undefeated Ot Filter
strong. scorer Bobby al etrtook over an edwith three wins each. It has al-
a A fr Colostdo. lae vote, ile for a.porsition when Hughes washift- ready been told that Gulick has Cartridge
Bdo. secondand so on down to 6ne ed to quarterback. It would now one win and a pair of losses.
The fullback for a lh place v*t.. take a steam-roller to budge him while Shore Battalon, C.HS. only
Sof seven games takes a direct Pennsylvania and Ohio State from that spot, for Salter's leap- and the Faculty each have thrbe
o sever, Ynd have so anap fromcn- made the biggest advances a- ing nags of Hughes' passes firm- losses without a victory.
met eve r, I' "hveater and hands mon the second 10 teams. Penn, 1 established him in that pdal- Tonight all eight teams resume
t. ndlvldua have ff to the quar- which snap Princeton's 24- uon. And who could say that activity at the Margarita Gym-$ 75.
too. The Yank terback who in game winning streak, leaped the other end is not properly naslum. No admission is char-
ms in failure rom 15th to 11th with 38 Ponts. covered, for It was Richy Basso ed to these games. The publ c
r lose. The a never ptch-o ut as FALSE L -a Cor The Buckeyes, .who upset WIS who took Tommy Hughes' pass is invited to Join in the fun of installed
e Robinson pped overt shown in the las trts a ba consin, moved to 12th with 836 out of the air In the J.C. end cheering the volley ballers to-
body could go o company Ing al h-t (NA) points. Ohio State was unranked zone for the firt C.H.S. touch-night in the four games sched-
dmanaer of the last week. down Friday night. uled at the gym. The first en-
to rind-at earlier m w M be alert for Stanley Smith, in his first year counter starts at 8:40 p.m..
Earlier The quarter- halfback lateral to the left Illinois, Wisconsin, vy and of football, has been nothing Team members of all eight
baok keeps the ball, turns inside Vllanova tied for 15th, Virginia, bort of sensational, handling teams are requested to be on
Slost to the Ph e o the defensive left end, who has The maneuver h tStanford,, Alabama and Pitt his 175 pounds at tackle with hand early, for despite the fact
were beaten in a play. bheen blocked by the guard pul- er maneuver hasto be prop. brgh rounded out the second 10 peed anddrive, ivin C.H.S. a that tentative schedules call for a
let the Yankees eomne Ig out. means each man has to take teams n that order. 25 emanent tackle tor three years games at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 and uIa
Sbig dough was upfor. careofk Man has to take Other teams among the 25 come. Like the end slots, tac- 9:30, games will follow one right
e working and The uarterback,aeretting of his assignment. received consideration In the kle is adequately covered on both after another regardless of how 34 Automobile Row
It coud be that by thelne of scrimmage, a ould NE Ar voting were Baylor, Prineeton, sides of the line with another much earlier or later they might
ld be that by theline ofscrimmage, should NEXT: Art Geps of Virini. o Dimendo f..#.
SOr t may be that Vir a. Notre Dame ad ana tatsophomore, 170-pound be scheduled.
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BALTIMORE. Oct. 15 0. Edward Grammer was accus-Let th people
ed today of killing his 32-year-
old wife in an "almost perfect" TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
auto-wreck murder so he could
marry the "woman in the roed
hat." a young United Nations em-
As the New York business-
,=n went on trial, state's at- Il
wtwney Anselm Sodare also told
the packed courtroom the 35-
-year-old Grammer had an 11-
"-day love tryst with the "other B
woman" in a Chicago hotel just
15 days before his wife's body
was found. BeCOmi
Grammer, who appeared sub-
dued and depressed when he was LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 15 -
led into the courtroom, broke (USIS) An allegation that
down and wept slightly during a the United States, at times, de-
brief recess in the early stages of votes too much attention to Eu-
Ahe trial. rope and neglects Latin America
He regained his composure, was denied here yesterday by
however, and showed no emotion Edward G. Miller. Jr., assistant
as picture slides depicting Mrs. US Secretary of State for Latin
Orammer in death were display- America Affairs before the third
ed-to the court. Kentucky World Trade Confer-
In his opening statement. So- ence.
dare for the first time identified "So far as I am concerned
the woman in the red hat as Ma- nothing could be further from
thilda M. Mizibrocky, 28, employ- the truth," Miller asserted,
ed by the U.N. Secretariat. "and therefore I should like
He said Miss Mizibrocky did to talk about where we stand
not know Grammer was mar- in our relations with Latin A-
ried and pictured her as an in- merica and about some of the
nocent victim in the tragedy. things we have accomplished
The prosecutor said evidence in the last few years."
will be offered to show that The Assistant Secretary of
Orammer was "hopelessly in State discussed the relations be-
love" and wanted to marry Miss tween the United States and
Swt e d t ry Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, Chile,
hi4 i "brockBrazil, Colombia and Nicaragua.
"This," he said, "is a full and With special reference to Pana-
complete motive for the crime." ma, he said:
Sodare asked Judge Herman M. "Panama is of concern to
Moser, who is hearing, the trial every American because it is the
without a jury, to find Grammer link between the two continents
guilty of first degree murder, on of the hemisphere and between
charges he bludgeoned his wife, the two great oceans which our
Dorothy May. last Aug. 19 and continents divide," he said.
then tried to make it appear she "Panama Is a small country
hid died in an automobile acci- whose economy has always de-
dent. ended upon transit across the
The body of Mrs. Grammer, isthmus. Our occupation of the
mother of three young daughters, Canal Zone creates problems in
was found in her overturned car our relations with Panama which
at the foot of a steep hill. She are of great variety and corn-
had been visiting her mother plexity.
here. "I was in Panama only two
Her husband, a f o r m e r weeks ago for the inauguration
church usher who served in of the new President of that
Aily counter intelligence dur-
in the war, was arrested after oa D
pcee found a pebble jammedV
umler the accelerator. d
fore he was taken into cus- s
todG0rammer said his wife had Requests Beef Bids
taken him to the Baltimore sta-
tion where he took a train to New or h Period
York. He said that was the last For 5-Month Perlio
he -saw of her. I
Grammer. officer manager of Bids are now being requested
the Climax Molybdenum Co., New by the Commissary Division for
YOrk, faces death by hanging or furnishing 2,200 fat beef steers
life Imprisonment if found guil- to supply its requirements for a
ty. period of about five months be-
Defense attorney Anthony Fe- ginning next February.
derice entered ea of innocent, bi advertised
then declined to make an open- The bids are being advertised
int statement. Commiss ary Division's long-
Prosecutor Sodare said he will standing practice in the pur-
present testimony to show that chase of its beef supply. For sev-
Grammer and Miss Mizibrocky re- eral years past the bulk of beef
gistered as husband and wife at sold in the Canal Commissaries
the Edgewater Beach Hotel in has been bought from Panama
Chicago July 25, a time at which cattle growers.
Grammer's wife thought he was
In Denver on business. During the past fiscal year,
__________ meat purchases in the Republic
Qf Panama totaled $735,000. most
mo 'o pt of which was spent for Panama
Albrook 'Copter beef.
Jvn _Bids for the five-month sup-
Fl To Aid ply next year will be received up
e To A until 3 o'clock in the afternoon
Moh of November 12 in the offices of
Expectant Moter theSupply and Service Director
iat Balboa Heights or the Gener-
A helicopter set out late this al Manager of the Commissary
morning for the C h e po area, Division at Mount Hope. Full in-
Vhere Mrs. Juana Alexander, formation concerning the pro-
Mo duran, is expecting a child. posed beef purchases may be ob-
t -pt. Hal Basham. of Flight tamed at either of these offices.
S1st Ar Rescue Squadron, In the bid proposals now avail-
ring the helicopter and ,able, it is stated that offers may
- zare Dr Erwin Jo Struinp be made for less than the full
S'or -s hospital obsttr'an and amount of 2,200 but no bids will
Mrs. Alexander's ht'usbao, h obe accepted for less than 100
*4l guide Basham tio the faen steers Deliveries ar? to be made
h nde r arred at Gorwife to the abbatoir at lMount Hope
.cxoander arrived at Gor. and deliveries will be required at
utuch concerned this morning the rate of approximately 360
because hid wife, who had ex-thd orae of approximately 360
pected to have the baby yeRier- head of steer.s a mon.h.
day.had not-yet arrived in Pan-; The steers to b, furnished
aMnA for the caesarian operation 'must be from three 1 -,ix ears
which it is believed will be ne-lold and must weigh not le.s than
ceasary. '800 pounds lie weight although
The helicopter plans to bring a limited number weightine less
Mrs. Alexander back to Albrook. than this amount may be ac-
from where she would be taken cepted providing the steers are
to a hospital. young and well developed.


THE HELL BOMB-8

S C A N A D A


AN MNDYENDXIiB^kL NEWSPAPER


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e know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952.


FIVE CENTS


Sees CZ-RP Relations


Model


country and I have returned
convinced that we have a u-
nique opportunity to move a-
head on many of these pro-
blems. On some we are already
making progress.
"Panama needs roads to tap
virgin farmland. Through our
participation in building the Irt-
ter-American Highway we are
moving constantly inland toward
the Costa Rican border-a truly
pioneering venture.
"Next, the International Bank
for Reconstruction is studying
means to extend rural credit to
farmers.
"The wise policies of the pre-


For


sent far-sighted administra.
tion of the Canal Zone is do-
ing much to Improve work*ig
conditions and housing for lo-
cally recruited labor an. fo.-
prove that the relatiofis be-
tween the United States and
Panama in regard to this wat-
erway so vital to world com-
merce can constitute a model
working partnership in inter-
national democracy.
In closing, Miller said:
"I believe that we can look
forward to a long period of mu-
tually profitable relations with
our sister republics in the hemis-
phere relations founded upon


Animal Isle Gets Rain:


1.30 Inches In '
0 -


Not all the new records being
established in the Canal Zone
this year pertain to shipping.
A 40-year-old rainfall record
was broken late last month at
Barro Colorado Island, accord-
ing to the monthly report of the
Meteorological and Hydrogra-
phic Branch.
The new record, 1.30 inches of
rainfall, in a five-minute period,
was set in the late afternoon of
Sept. 28 during a heavy thunder-
storm at the Gatun Lake island,
The former record of 0.90 was
set In May 1912 in Balboa dur-
ing a downpour which also set
the exisitng record of 1.68 Inches
for a ten-minute period. The lat-
ter was nearly equalled by 1.65
inches of rain at Barro Colora-
do during the September rain-
storm.
The heavy rain was one of
se veral reported by several
weather stations during the lat-
ter part of September.


Minutes


A heavy rainfall occurred the
night before in Balboa at the
time of high tide which caused
considerable flooding of streets.
Rainfall over the Isthmus was
generally below the average for
September, although a few sta-
tions on the Pacific side and in
the Interior reported precipfta-
tion above average for the
month. ,
Wind velocities were below
normal for the month of Septem-
ber all over the Isthmus, accord-
ing to the report. Tlhe highest
and lowest temperatures report-
ed were 91 and 67 degrees, res-
pectively, both recorded by the
Gatun station.
There were eight earthquakes
recorded on the seismographs at
Balboa Heights during Septem-
ber, of which five were less than!
500 miles distant. One which oc-
cured Sept. 7 was of sufficient
intensity to be generally felt in
the Canal Zone.


LECTURE-DEMONSTRATION-Two pupils of the Gladys Heur-
tematte ballet school strike a characteristic Pose during a lec-
ture demonstration on ballet history and technique given by
Mrs. Heurtematte (left) yesterday afternoon to the student
body of Escuela Profesional on Peru Ave. The demonstrations
were given by Mrs Nltzia Cucal6n Martin irighto, a professor
of the ballet school. and one of her pupils. Luis Rodriguez.
The Heurtematte ballet school Is scheduled to put on a per-
formarce Nov. 9 at the National Theater.


By JAY HEAVILIN


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World
respect for human dignity and
for the national sovereignty of
other countries.
"If we can work together with
patience and understanding, we
can look forward to a better
wored more closely knit where
the interests of the individual
are protected and valued.

Orange-Stealing

Shipboard Earns

10-Day Sentences
A Panamanian fisherman
whose 14-year-old assistant yes-
terday himself to some oranges
aboard the Cape Falcon berthed
at Dock 6, Balboa, was hailed
before the Balboa Magistrate's
Court this- morning on a charge
of loitering.
Both the fisherman, Fran-
cisco de la Rosa, 37, Panama-
nian and his asstant, Erato
Single were sentenced to ten
days fn jail each, on a charge of
loitering. The boy drew an addi-
tional ten-day sentence for
violating his probatnon.
Impositior of an earlier sen-
tence had been suspended for
one year recently when.Kat
was out guilty of the sati
offense aboard the M/V Sea
Magic about thread months ago&
De a Rosa. and the. boy ap-
parently boarded. CApe Falcon
to be for bait.
Seeing no one in the im-
mediate vicinity of some
oranges, the boy helped himself
and threw some down to the
Older man before they were dis-
covered by a mate aboard the
ship.

Balboa High's

'Glamour Boy" Due

On Oct 28,29


Glanmour boy Is to open the
ulneteenth consecutive season
for the Balboa Little Theatre,
an activity of the Balboa High
School.
As usual, corrdy is featured in
Ehe offerings of the group
though every kind of .standard
theatre fearingg has been pre-
sentee i the past two decades.
Walter Collins in the role of
the dent of. the board of
edu on will offer a* role un-
usual to Canal Zone audiences,
though J.une Wallace in the part
of the editor of the high school
new paer will be quite familiar.
iJulePage is the "little girl"
in the group, though Alice Hag-
borg, aslthe visiting expert from
New Yqrk, is not familiar to high
school students. Lois Spencer
furnishes comedy contrast in tbh
t le of "AUdry." In 'addition to
the 18 players in speaking roles,
anoth dozen will also appear
in this play which pictures a
modern American high school
with conslderable comedy.
A greAt number of unusual co-
med effects 'are promised with
the Balboa High School showing
of Glamour Boy. The first one
will be the opening hour of 7:30
p.m., In keeping with the new
rend in the Nqw York profes-
sional theatre though used
there so ftr only on Monday
nights. In addition, the "dream
sequence" effect is novel, as is
the zetwng in a high school prin-
cipal's office.
Tickets are now on sale for
Glamor Soy which will be given
at the pMIbl Olubhouse Theatre
on Oct, 28 and 30.


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Air Force And Marine Corps'


Tangle n Korean Air Power


WASHINMTON, Oct. '15 ,P) --
Ahi Force Secretary Thomas K.
Finletter took sharp lsma*-today
with Marine Corps commandant
Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr., and said
GI's in Korea would have been
pushed into the sea without air
ub*inort


a" jecting Shepherd's charges
that the Korean strategic bomb-
ing campaign has been a "fizzle,"
Finletter told a news conference
air raids on Re.d supplies and
communications are making the
Communist world "bleed at its
most vulnerable point."
Shepherd's remark, made at I
news conference Monday, already
had touched'off an angry chain
reaction among Air Force offi-
Cials4 from Washington to Tokyo
Back of the controversy appar-
ently was the long time argu-
ment between thu Marines and
Air Force over whether close air
support or long-range strategic
bombing is more help to troops in
thi field.
Finletter said that by bombing
Communist supplies and com-
munications, the Air Force was
destroying the Cmommunist ability
to wage war.
"The enemy has already made
one determined bid to seize the
offensive in the air, only to be
defeated," he said. "There are in-
creasing signs that he may try
to do it aganl,"
The secretary also said the air
war is destroying Russian weap-
onr and supplies in Korea which
might have been used elsewhere.
This, he added, has put a great
attain on Soviet arms production
and has interfered with the Rus-
sian "timetable, including Eu-.
rope."
Finletter and Shepherd both
reently returned from, battle-
front tours of Korea.
Finletter said the effect of Air
Force bombing is not beln fully
exploited because of the lack of
front-line pressure. This, he said.
would force the enemy to use
sopplies faster.
He also sd tid t Air Force Is
Mhhe ban against
PlEd" e M supply
soWroes north the Ylu River
in Ma ,churia.
Shepherd had said that despite
esive m air raids, the CommuAt-
Uist ued lullr la ground ligh1tn
to bud up their supplibe and
now are "capable ofoffensive ac-
tien."
tinletter said the Soviet Uon
has, pured more than 4409
planes into the Korean war a "'a
considerable Soviet Ihnvetment,"
including about 2,000 jets.
The secretary also soad the
Communists now have a nes jet
bomber of the British Canbbera
type. He described this a ,a "ne1
and speculative and potentially
dangerous factor' in Korea.
He warned that the Russian
MIG-15 is being improve all the
time but insisted that U.S. Air
Force jet units are "greatly su-
perior" to their Soviet eounter-
parts. .
In August, he said. Anerican
pilots shot down Red planeS at

Chiriqui Lond Co.
Buys Diesel-Elec.
Engines For RR
The Chiriqul Land Co. has ob-
tained two 50-ton diesel electric
locomotives for use on the. Al-
mirante-Changulnola run, it
was announced here today.
Two more englnea, of 35 tons
each are expected to be put 0
operation along the same roue.
early next year, secordi to
the management of th- Chi -
lanco division in Booas del
Toro.
Improvements to the railroad's
rolling stock are in-conjunction
with the new antatloes being
operated in the f
area.


The

Judge's Bench

One charge of digtgrbIg the
oeace and four traffic =olations
drew fines ranging fo $10 tq
$15 in Balboa M trte's Court
this morning.
Two Panamanals." Hartley
Forbes, 26, and Clifford Becker,
29, who Vouh4 ewbh qther yes-
terday in BaUba. were nd$10
each on charges of dstubmg
the peace.
Alberto A. Stewart; 1, Pana-
manian, drew~a 16-tn i for
ending at, vb.Ab BDarn-
eby Street, 1 5 .' Ab-
diel ehns W -a--
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