The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
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System ID:
AA00010883:00170

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Sto break dip
tlabs with Britain.
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st, te e
mom aapt kb o n
tht l^r~tair uld
m5takes so that
nsumption of Anglo
lati8is, both natFio
friendly relations i
each other.
Informed sources
deliver a note to thi
bassy ere this even
Ing" the severance
and that the Iranli
London has been a
ble to be ready ti
(In London, the
lice said it had rec
tructions to close ,J
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id Mossadegh
nation by ra-
uiyl has A.


uniyl has de- ---
lOmatic rela-
because Iran aNry payments by ban k
g by 'continu- c wI be made to local rate
,Il employes paid bi-weekly,
however, that e nieg next month, it was an-
ot be perma- tay at the Finance
Pressed hope a ces.
I recognize its ApprxImtely half of the local
after the re- rafae will receive their
o-Iranlan re- sal"e by checks on the first
ns could have pay week month, beginning %Nov.
and cooperate 9, and tb*'ystem will be extend-
ed to aH oilers the following pay
said Iran will week begins Nov. 23.
ie British em- cnImoPe3 who will receive
ning "intimat- their liat saarry checks during
e of relations the OWpa .weof Nov. 9 to 15 will
in embassy In be te In the following units:
advised by ca- Locks, DredgTlg, Electrical, Po-
o lose down. lice, P t. and Terminals Div.-
Foreign Of- sons; Postal Service; Executive
ceived. no ins- Offie .an.d Administratie
reheran's em- Brahc rawe deck hands anT
mi nedilotbua employes in the
Lengthy con- Nwgan D l'- ion; Fins
Shah shortly BUtr gOltnee ig and ConA
pt. Te out- trWttoi B*,e, and the mnlsdeL.
n but it* ,re- lnbeoU ei4 ye and those. eO-
tdon nl-.tores a t1
eportel earI- played rtailstores of te
oppo0Id ay M U 11t81ion.
, a eitensilo of the system
e t4lre ed saary-paymernp by checks Intu.
I the' h dtof. y ipta to lct
V I~ tim.s i 4 M e be undip*
16*d=- shed eeksA.


o Be Pahi



'By Check
B* e-,


now Uandles the distribution of
p if' units are being
req ueat to designate some re-
pireentae,. to receive: and dis-
tribute cbec .a
It is ct t temporary
payday 'Ad pa.y schedules will
be necesiy for loca rate em-
ployes duflng the coming month
because 4 the transition from
pay recelft to bank checks and
the three.holidays which occur
during the.moMti of November.
The schedule of payments will
be annouaedttdlater.
It Is planned to institute re-
gular schedule: O. pay days for
ali local r:te epe yes beginning,
With the week of De. 7, the first
i y week folloQwng the adoption
the new system for all em-
ployes.
It is presently planned to set
these pay days on every other
Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs-
day, wth each bureau or unit
having a eignated day on
which tdistribute checks.

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RP To Probe

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Seeks Meeting
Seeks Meeting


uIU mbI l With Gillette

EmbasyCa Wn-th Gillette


The Second Superior Tribunal
of Panamia has nullified the ef-
fects of findings handed dowirby
a lower court in the case of 15
men allegedly involved In the
theft of 350 feet of commOnica-
tions cable which Ii n k e d the
United States Embassy in Ptna-
ma City with Quarry Heights.
The stolen cable was valued at
$630.65.
The theft was first reported to
the Panama authorities in Jan.
1948 by Lt. Col. James W. Tot-
ten, Army Provost Marshal at
Quarry Heights.
The high court said early this
week, that the Fifth Circuit
Judge, who acquitted the accus-
ed, had, no jurisdiction over the
case.
The case must now be inves-
tigated by the District Attorney
of the First Judicial District.,-

OGovernor Seybold
Returns Tomorrow
After Testifyi]n
Gqvernoi getbold 'is achediiet
to return to the Isthmus -by
aiplane early, tomorrow from
Wahingt9a Wvhere he ha 'been
for he past two weeks on dgiL.
-tial ~ usine4 ,. ,
9" J aga-. 1 ..Ak


On


Zone Morale


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Aid in the rent fight from Democratic Sen. Guy M.
Gillette, who is now on the high seas en route to the IsthW
mus, will be sought by the Canal Zone Emergency Legis-
lative Committee before his ship docks in Crist6bal.
Committee chairman Rufus M. Lovelady will send a
radiogram tonight to the Senator from Iowa, who sailed
from New York yesterday aboard the USS Cristlbal.
Lovelady will seek an appointment with Gillette
to place before him "matters of importance bearing on
the welfare and morale of Americans on the Zone."
*From Washington, a United Press dispatch quoted
,Howard Munro, special representative of the Emergency
Legislative Committee, as saying that he hoped to appeal
to President Truman early next week- for assistance a-
gainbt the rent increase.
o The President left Washington last night for another
of his whistle-stop campaign .tours this time to New
England and is expected to return on Sunday.
MiTro said he is, aiming ten- with him from the Canal Zone
tativry for a White, House ap- outlining employee comiplants.
pomnent for Monday of Tijes- On the Isthmus., meanwhIle,
day Surine which hte liof ,to unexpected financial aid reached


hve a and S
S ASHDid ~ot. t UP)
te'i ie-The Aomy :W;4 toda 1rth
xke i aneft fed
al in adlet and assigK d,0 cqn-
W, bat units in Korea a upIdl as i
people under present IlUMta-
t ut tise lin itations tBe con-
abte ,American mi*|y -of-
when [I ever, Iep!b. Ko-
^ rpa RD troops can r
.Alericana la.-entine t$Ian
I eL 4 a ptrwatt- basis.
Bvmn. eo, SithjCorea lry
k *i m e ln combat
States'Aocord-


I* a odpy of thf r

a born Ot ,8 In the
.n.d their fii v chlldrma *1

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h.u t
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pi schools
r s> e t than
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h, .. tia.lqv an tn-
te i l bow th Panama's
L f f 'Igtden~ frog, who posed for a
Sfir t toul-page color portrait in a re-
b us by M inase Bureau set lisue of Life magazine.
with the request that gang fore-
men and supervisors assist their Yellow as a jack-o-lantern and
eiopayes in the proper method striped with black as if he, were
of dorng d cashing theirwearing a Hallowe'en costume,
cehks. tbh rare specimen is eomfoft-
Witten instructions are also ably on a large re leaf-flecked
to be furnished all employes on with red. The leaf is from an
the endor*ineht arid 6ashinS of acSlitha, a. shrub common in
cheeks when tle flst pay checks Isthmian gardens.
afe delivered.th
ffectvewith the conversion Panamn's gold tfrog is known
to the bank-check method of to scientists as "1telopus varus
payment, all local rate pay zetek." He was n med for Dr.
Ocks wl be delivered to the JaMes Zetek of Balboa, .tptow-
tr 1us bureaus and units from log~t for the U.8. Department~
Treasurer's Office at Balboa of agriculture, who brought it t6
Ito tpaUtead of the Payroll the attention of zoologists some
at Diablo Heights which 12 years ago.


structors Tern Out


Korean Com


Editors Note: The rob be"ist played by South Korean
troops in the Karm- war has etsome a lively campaign
topic. Republicane ag demaidil that more natives be
trained to replaWe A Ipeuss in frontlihe positions. The
United tres a t L ieM to find out wha, is be-
ing done in this SrM eTh report follows:
replacement on th4 maia. ep .). Many pt South Korea's f
visioned by the Repuklan .mbal- Debt leaders were lost in th
era could be achieved atw.of the Communist i
soon. V v A Korea had develop
At present, the United 8ta"a ed b officer cadre because, n
supports a b o u t 400,000 FK daer-'the Japanese it supplIE
troops aonly common soldiers.
The Army said t is- u 6. Modern fighting demand
a thret-year effort t,$ -
flected in the brikiant Buthoi
Korean fighting in to paut two
weeks. -- < "
Lovett said at .a.: .
ence last week A tea A .-', -
i. doing all it in to In "'
employ more of t in -
the frontiines. ,
Asked what Lovett meant by ,
safelyy," a spokesman 't
referred to the time re to
train a raw recruit to 1
where he can hol9 his owa
against the seasoned
The Korean embwuaatlP
day there are about 1
South Koreans of
But the Army said It "a
turn a limited number aInt'o-
r theft roman:
) Thei Is a mIlteW Rue
of Ary mep ,aval Tla l
t ii duty elthe in
-dmae or In -namw
In thia
S$). he Isa ,xSM '
Jall the U. '
B resienalbirty..


bct Troops
=t periods of training in the
,ling of complex weapons
an1 equipment and South Ko-
reps are less familiar with
thee than Americans.
-. troops undergo 16 weeks
e.asic training before being
fi- -ned to units. Then coie
he training followed by field
n- e es under simulated war
i- ro ie Army said South Koreans
d mu have this much or more
trying before they are ready
Is t/flcombat.


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W i' n usEppprqWoss au .I the American
M e coming flecaL year. -Ic .f bor '~afted a
lu ter o Mr. nriman outlining
The budget hearings were the psition -of C anal Company
held last week and were atteN- and Capal Zone Government m-
ed also by Lindsley H. Noble. andCanal Zone Government m-
Comtelier, Mai Un Quian. Clhf ployes toward the increase sched-
of teManagent Dg : uled Oct. 26 only one week
and I.roy Magnuson, Budget from ne t Sunday.
1SOO9lallat. Mr. Noble, who had
=pi tned tq return from Wash- In addition to the letter draft-
ngton on the Panama Line ed In Washington, Munro plans
next. Monday, has delayed his to leave at the White House an-
trio for one week. other letter which he brought

Community Chest Agencies(9)


TOURISTS IN UNIFORM general to contribute to the
U.S. Sailors and Marines ashore maintenance of morale in Amer-
briefly in Cristobal from visiting ican communities."
warships are shown here parti- Funds for these services to the
cipating in some of the extensive servicemen and civilians who
rareational and social programs live in or visit the Gold Coast
set up for them by the Cristobal come chiefly from the New York
Armed Services YMCA-USO in office of the YMCA.
close cooperation with the mill- A total of $3,500, however, is
tarv authorities here. asked by the Cristobal Y of this
Such young men, together with year's fund of the Community
their brothers-in-arms stationed Chest, of which the T is a mem-
on the Atlantic Sidi? of the lath- ber organization.
mus made up the servicemen who
accounted for the 336,260 visits by This year's Community Chest
pen In uniform last year to the campaign runs from this Satur-
world-famed "Cristobal Y." Dur- day through Nov. 1 and features.
ing the same period civilians for Panama Canal employes, the
made 289,775 visits, for a grand convenience of supporting th. Y
total door count of 626.035. through payroll deductions.
The Cristobal Y, Its colorful
history dating back to Ptnama A
Canal construction days when W t A
tb.e YMCA werathe teel An
Rers' clubhouses, again is affllla- -
ted with the USO as It was dur- NEW LONDON. Conn., Oct
hg Worli War TI.
n it o roide th AtlanWar Julio Recanati aren't very effe
Arin it provides the Atlantc In fact, the' re almost bo
tennmal cities with a center for. New London. Connecticut. ma
In the words of. USO. a vblun- his literary effortstoday.
a civilian aenwcv reanlble It aD stated eight year
to the Pr nt of the .d writing to a -year-old neigi
ate and the e ret*rT of De- a either lack of encourage
fense, through wnch the op etters into her car.
It this nation may. In ppeee or One of the notes was 465 u
war. erve the melialous. aphi ual. wh1 had to read it-"all drl
oell, welfare and educational The udgre told Reeamati-
Ueeds of the men and womae In stay at home with his wift
the Armed Pore.... and n an aswer.


formed to figbt fie lo e fa thf
overseas pay differential.
Batkln 1B44-45, it ,-'ems, when
the differential was threatened,
employes set up a "Temporary
PC and PRR Committee for the
Retention of the Differential."
They collected some money, but
no large amount. When their
work was over $306.10 was left
in the treasury.
Since then the group has been
dormant, but early this week
chairman William Cunningham
turned over the remaining bal-
ance to the current legislative
fund.
Heavy collections from Gam-
bea were turned in to the Legis-
lative Committee yesterday.
So far as could be learned to-
day. Gillette is visiting the Isth-
mus as a private citizen and not
ir an official capacity.
He does not sit on any com-
mittee directly concerned with
the actual operations of the Co-
nal.
He is, however, a member of
the powerful Foreign Relations
Committee, and has generally
been considered a friend of fei-
eral employes.
Gillette is also on the Rules
and Administration Committee
of the Senate and serves on the
Committee on Small Business
Born in Cherokee. Iowa, on
Feb 3. 1879. Gll'.-itte attended
Drake University and later prac-
ticed law and became interested
in agricultural operations. He
served as an infantry captain in
World War I.
He was elected to Conaress in
1932 and served until his ap-
nointment as Senator in 1936 to
fill an unexpired term. Elected to
the Senate in 1938 he served un-
til defeated in 1944.
Later he serv-.d as chairman
of the Surplus Property Board
ara as president of the American
League For Free Palestine.
In 1948 he was again elected to
the Senate. with the highest ma-
lority in the history of Iowa. He
is serving a six-year term.
Senator Gillette is being ac-
companied to the Isthmus by his
wife and their son. Mark.

d Wrong

t. 16 (UP)-The love Jettes of
ctive-but they are long. ,
ok-length. And the 45.year-eld
a bean a year's probation for
s ago when Recanati began
bore. She toMl the escrt that
ment. be kept droppit Xthik
ages long. Said the prosecter,
rel."
-the father oft 12 children-te
nud to amrn to take "owe tor


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PAGE TWO .......... ... ........................................... .THE PANAMA AMBRIC'N AN IN" PENDUNT DAILT NW8SPAP .

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THIS IS Y OU FORUM THE RADERS ,WN COLUMN


STHE MAIL BOX


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The Mail Be is an open torum to# readers of The Penamam Amer
Ken. Letters are trceived gretfull and ore handled in wholly eMofi-
dential manner.
if you cntributfe a letler don't be impatiefti I a tln't ie PPeo thi
mnet dly. Letters *r pullished o nthe ordet rCicoved.
Ploie try to keep the lhtwn limited to one page Iwnsth.
identity of latug writeri s hold in sltictest conlidence.
This newspappo assumes no responsibility lo rItateMents as opinion
trsined n letters Ifrom readers
-H0
FIGHTING FUND


10 une rany

BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
The public opinion pollsters
and many political analysts have
done much to foster the Idea of
the increasingly potent Indepen-
dent vote as a factor In American
elections. But there are reasons
to doubt the full validity of this
theory.
There can be no question that
more and more people are tellIn
po.l taklrs that they have 1o
hard and fast political loyalties,
that they "vote for the man,"
that they try to decide each elec-
Lion on its merits.
But the test is not the Individ-
ua! statement: "I am an lnde-


Sir: pendent." Tlh. test is what the
Oh when, oh when, is the Panami Canal employee (or slave) voter does in the polling booth.
going to eventually learn that if he is ever to have any assur-
ance of retaining the few benefits we now "enjoy," or ever hope If he has voted Democratic
to gain any of those that we have lost back, he must have for four or five straight presi-
adequate representation in Washington at all times, and not dential elections, it Is fair to
just wait until the damage is done and then hope to accom- label him a Democrat, despite
plish anything by sending a local representative to Washing- his reluctance to accept the la-
ton, or to write letters. bel.
This writer attended the mass meeting held sometime ago Nor I it necessarily proof of
l aflboa. and although disappointed in the number of people his "Independence" that a vot-
nt. considering the gravity of the situation, still he gotl er h;,s consistently split his
impression th."t at list the Canal emoloves wolkd get to-, ticket, voting one wa on pres-
er and fight for their rights as a unit. Now. It seems this ident, another on senator, and
session was over-optimistic. so on .
SThere is too much of this feeling around-Oh what's the
Ud-I'd rather oay the $10 on my rent-and so forth. Realistically we must r.-cognize
Won't they ever wake up? Sure, maybe our present efforts thnt in this critical age the gov-
Won't accompl}an the purpose, but certainly sitting on our fan- erning choice is the one we make
nies here and letting the other guy do it, won't accomplish for president.
anything either. .r. eiet
a One never got anything for nothing, especially in Washing- The White House provides the
tot. Had we hao adequate representation (and by that I mean nation's true leact'rship. be It
tl* good, old-fashioned lobbyist) in Washington over the past weak or strong, and it sets the
few years, I'll wager a lot of things would not have happened. tone for the whole conduct of
Why do you suppose these California men shelled out Nix- government. Men looking to their
on's private fund? Maybe they didn't accomplish .niythiPg for futures put their big chips on the
themselves-but it sure didn't hurt them any. min race
Personally, can't quite see this house-to-house caitvassing race.
idea. If we are going to do anything at all, let's do It system- By that measure, most so-
atlcally.. called independent voters fall
If I have the right to solicit funds from my office asso- either into the Democratic or
plates for the Community Chest, the Red Cross and the like, Republican category with pret-
then I say I have the right to do likewise for a legislative fund tV fair consistency. Pollsters
to protect the interests of the employes. have found that by and large
And, ift payroll deductions can be authorized for these proj- they actually tend to vote De-
ects. then I say that we have the right to use that method to moer tl b'y a margin of at
contribute to such a fund-and I further say that every last least three to two.
employee should contribute the sum of $1 monthly by payroll IAn ,,,..ible analysis of the
deduction from now on toward such a fund. 'l
,.. And any who don't should be awarded a yellow feather- 'etion's voting complexion must
not a red feather. therefore assign these voters to
-About To Be Disgusted. the respective parties on the ba-
__ si:t of their acknowledged voting
behavior.
LET'S GO Their loyalties may b' loose
Sir. and vague, but their perform-d
"Action's" letter (Mail Box, Oct. 13) is quite good. Many of arce in the polling booth is rea-
the suggestions contained therein could well be the basis of sonably clear.
ac ion by *he Zonians' representative in Washington. This does not mean. however.,
In particular the one about the income of the Canal Corn- tibt there is no significance in
pany being earned outside the U. S. and our salaries not being a voter's effort to classify him-t
delved from the U. S. Government should be picked up by sel as an Independent.
thIse who are still fighting the income tax battle.
I am. In thorough agreement with "Action" when he ,su- A relatively small group gen-
gei 4 that..the present rent hike is not the true basis pf et uinely deserves that %ag;.tb1 '
Present resentment.' shift around constantly and ten-
As far as I am concerned, what I resent is the fact that form to no pattern. The remain-d
because of the income tax and the boost In the rent, I will der properly should be distin-t
not be able to see the U. S. again until I quit here. Let us have guished from the deep-dyed par-v
s& free trip for ali the family once every two years and I will ty faithful.
not gripe too much about the rent.
For even though they may
I would suggest that we Zonians forget the argument about show marked leanings one way
taxation without, representation, for we have only to look at or the other, they are potential
tpe District of Columbia to see an area with about one hundred converts for the opposition.
tmes the number of U. S. citizens that we have, and who have Their attachments are not
yet to get the vote. firm. They are not publicly
Also, I woula advise Mr. Munro, Mr. Lovelady, Mr. Wagner willing to admit their affilla-
aid other leaders in the present proLest movement not to be ti.lin a mat "th.e
unduly optimistic for, as long as you have that segment of our ton. In many, many ases they
immunity that sees no wrong in both Mom and Pop working are honestly doubtful, and give
walle a succession of maids bring up the children, just so long Crious thought almost up to
Jou have a group that will pay lip service to your efforts, but voting time to switching over.
Who wouldn't give up the way of life they enjoy for anything. Whichever way they go, they
In short, because the high dollar is their goal ana their have misgivings.
Qod, another boost in the rent equal to the present one would rom^ ths broad group are
not jar em loose, drawn the elements which deter-
: In the early days of the late war it was said that, if in- mine our elections today.
evasion of the Zone became a reasonable possibility all de- Its increasing size reflects theC
iendents and non-essential employes would be shipped out mounting confusion and doubt
pronto and the Canal would be run by about 280 key employes, which plague Americans as they
I suggest that the above idea become the basis for *he face their crucial voting task in
company's lone range program, a puzzling world.
r Stop filling vacancies irom the States. Give the jobs to the
Inaimanians whose country It is and to whom the climate is The party which can most suc-
Wiisfactory- cessfully end that doubt and re-
solve that confusion will at some
4 If we are ploud to be Americans and if we claim the U. S. future time win the more lasting
14 the greatest country in the worla, then let's get back there. allegiance of a large share of
S t' gve our kide a chance to be Americans for real, not the these "independent" voters.
Synthetic kind that they now are.
Some of our kids are in high school and have never seen -
eilr homeland. This is good?
Come to think of it, just what Is the attraction down here? I.
l arly the goal of a pension in 15 to 20 years is not compen- |l I
atlon enough to become an exile for, Is it? D o-t
Can you look forward to whatever number of years that
Sy be left to you down here and realize that you will be buy.
the Commy'i shoddy second-rate stuff for just that number I s b
eara? read this G
Can you look forward with pleasure to your hours on the f
r wll be a timid soul who never had the courage to say a
"i hell with it' and who now has the most seniority and It !ll l P s
as a matter of course, Is the boss. i f. yao r.e a
He probably starts each day with a prayer such as "Please,
God, don't let nuthin' happen that I have to make a decision t
alit. tJust let things go along like always, so that nobody will _
p onA me and so that I can retire. Amen." r i !t
# In conclusion, I think it would be well for every bread- r ichAa
winner reading this (with the exception of the old timers who
hive but a few years to go) to ask himself this question: YouV aaAwsMlmPl be
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sdcerely.
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bitng you in cash and maybe, like the writer, you will, in a &
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By BOB- RUARK

NEW YORK.-It will come as no surprise to a literate columnist or not, but I used to be a
..e clients that the conductor of this silly sam- pretty sp-y hand on a copy desk and Will Rog-
.,iony was forced to take a literacy test lut ers wasn't born in no Claremont, Okla. He was
week, while registering, and did very badly at It. born in a plate called Claremore, Okla.
This was my first wAh at the process of
voting. Not so much negligence as geography The nice lady says that all she knows is that
was involved. I spent the early plus-2l years as the book they gave her says it was Claremont,
a resident of the District of Columbia, which not Claremore, and that she goes by the bool
does not allow its citizens the right of ballot, and I better put down Claremore if I wish not
The war used up about four more years, and t0 flunk this test and lose my vote prlvileg
last time I was out of the country when regis- So I write down Claremont, but it 1 a fine
ration week came along. thing if we are going around dfterflining P
So I got a kind of late-blooming thrill, like ple's literacy on misinformation and typograph-
the old maid who runs into a kissing bee wnes, ical errors. And It's still Claremore, TOOYs. I just
all seems lost. Until the nice lady in the school- looked It up in the atlas;
nouse said that writing a daily piece for news- I have been ta a r writing for a living
papers did not constitute proven literacy, and since I was' BO. 'ai always knew itt
she wasn't taking any nce coming a daywetUthe p=a -jaISW
My liter test consisted of oanlderible run-r dnt oonstute literacy-be
down on Will Rogers. I took a look at the ques-, is. :
tions and found them firl .tough for a guy We have been alming In that di rctlr for
who does not know quite a lot about Will Rog- quite a spell, with mote ad bigger pmOtuor,.
ers, like how many tme did. hi column run a tricked-up spelling, the threeot thought in
week, name me a paper he appeared in, what ,the columns, and a Jottrnaleos that sometimes
gimmick he used on the stage, and what kind needs a pony if you are reading the tabloids.
of memorial was built in his memory at Bar- It's just that I didn't want to be the test case,
anac. myst l
I am answering pretty good *from memory This would be my own fault. People kept tell-
and congratulating myself when the nice lady ing me not to use "ain't" so much, and to go
walks over and yips, Oh, no. easy on them double-negatives, but I ain't got
You're supposed to read all this information no time for people who are so precise that they
in the paragraph ahead, she says. All the in- can't recognize the emphasis of an "ain't" Or
formation is there. All we want to know is the hbard-hitting worth of the double negative.
whether you can read it and undersand It well One of the doubledomes in my own shop Once
enough so you can supply the answers from dignified my hand-hewn prose by reprinting a
what you've read. line in an editorial, in which I had Written
That's different, sezzi. I thought this was just something about "we aint paying no admirals
a projection of the quiz programs you see on to run no battleships on no shoals." He thought
the TV these days, and if you get 'm riMht you tin was a strong statement.
win custody of one candidate or the o oer. Thi s a heavy thinker who tells tl-
I was going for the M. sent, and T fel clais how to and cabinet members What to
cheated If there is whispering in thepararaph do. All I can say is that it's a good thin. he
ahead.- The lady says never mind. put down i hi'es in Washington, and is -spared the U
answers like you read 'em, not like you think sity of provfg his literacy before a to boArd.
'cm. .'- 'd never mao e it In my neighborhood where
Well, we get around to Will's birthplace and 'stae 'emini-.ton of the voter iso astot that
the information paragraph says he was born in thb a misspell Will Roger's home ton and
Claremont, Okla. I call over the nice lady again ake It stick, r else take away your right to
and say look. Toots. I don't care whether I am like Ike on Nlov. 4.


Ike On Defensive
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WASHINGTON-(NEA)-Whatever the effects
>f President Truman's whistle-stop tour mn the
voters, political observers on that h*tdMri -
mang attack on the epuU did s to not
General Eisenhower on the defensive.
Much of the GOP candidate's effort w bhis
ollow-up swing over the territory the
covered was devoted to answering Mr. r 's
attack. This was a reversal of earlier campignP
strategy in which the Republicans were doelg
ill the attacking and the DemocraO al the d4-
'ending.
It is an old political tradition that votes Jd
to take more Interest in po9litcs when ty e
something to protest against and vo W
than when they have a record to
promote. This Is supposed to give "tui W an
advantage over the "ins."
President Truman reversed t t
rend in 194I by attacking the Uo iOf
Republican 0Oth Congress. That pb" the W an
he defensive. To many political epIl t-
was the decisive factor In me DetF ,
In the first couple of months of et i Ul -
paign-before President Trumantoc sI
road-tbe tactical advant was all I e
Republicans. They could t hk &G I WTa-
man record with their charges of r ad
Communism in Washingto and .. fM a
foreign policy.
Those are still major issues in the
But to whatever degree Mr. T 'f IIsUS
attack against the RepublicaMs blp-11r
equalize the offensive. the cmt of teM
trabs-continental tour will have dM l
he Democrats.
oIai visitors at North AIala
supema
t formerMill
what Me told thM bore be
'or the Dresidency.
The effect of the
told his olr d amscafte note

In the becsmo -f.t


It was stated that the general's Intention; was
to do whatever was necessary to get the n6oami-
ation. And after he got the nomination, It wo J
bp hie Intention to do whatever was n-
to get elected, in this campaign he migt have
to do and say certain things which g ap-
pear to benin conflict with his earlier and
known views.
Once he got in the White House, however, It
was stated that General Eisenhower could b
counted on to fight for all the principles be has
long stood for.
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The m on and Stevenson extra political funds
monaue to bother a good many vokte, but
ma03 ,ogrmamen of both parties are Incaae

One _ocgrmman long in Washlngton-who
do" g1 wish to be Identified because of te
1pe would get frolhm boms-espaaste
;Sas^ am way:

Wa, ttn arties, and many di o
s e r rot tclei fo h 'free
9 sl iS nvol .. ,lS-d
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Drew Pearson Says: John L. Lewis nlffs.wage stabilizer
Cox; GOP removed rent contitals at wro time; Los
An eles publisher did not conlb60 to' Ixeon.
WA ln6 OTON.--Wage stabliation cha irMa Arf Cox
Orj would strike un.les,- the ge boardaV MSnn ua.
i ents.-an-hour wa-boot agreementW tS1e 6old to
But what burned Cox even more was Lwise'sBmA at-
tend a Wa bor meeting to dicus the proosed p
ig 'disdain for cOrstltuted Ye melki ithorjWI
well knocn. But his tent-sulking onthis occasiontraet a out
mo iE ately&A aft e wi s' roweent wit the eoo ato. sr.

w g would o tgonto ef t4 t tes
Ing s m in. e= to te that tha eCttMCtshould ago intoef.



fet imaed ae Without any heditg by government ..reau.

tho thAepoeawithd" t-dol ,deredMo
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% I, I don't like it when someboy put a gn to my had
s e to ruth a = a on atter alV410 to our economy,
r a strike," sah eCoxs.
I also do not ehaNgiws ke thisshe
at me, wn b oth aorad Id srnow th*t Uit Is a va tion
of the4eenae act to mas such a caoluive fme t without

boost was "allowable" uo41:100: lnsto h e
he would oe to be ahowseWatnOUS.eOrutled
approve r teemaitn Ii cet,
ipusea~ StifT iZ ,wgg
However, the Wae raLelatt Ilustry and labor mem-
bers were favorable to i. They m majority ofe the
board and scan outvote Cox anoh ogletori who nt the
public.
Strongly enough, it ras minad pertor pok ~lar



wag*i'p esM nfor 8thenaopeotors,

"Ir'e the re-masking 1 ceat ro*ot r .n "t'l
structi vr tro e my board'of di toi BN sd Moody "But imm
NraO agaith this. I think It ve an uuntaii I-f
et aon our ecooy and w in Close down many mines thtaim.
not continue to compete ant fuel oil f their production c*s
go much higher. p I
/ It looks as if the p o have a the way for re-
movin~ rent control at. thm t wrong time.
Thousands of peoplegt nWfes of increased rnts lt week
In oe Moluas, and isty Toledo, AtMant AkronM Nast le.
Seattle, New s94 8a
Vey show that re ot was a paramotthea a r
tle .R elation 1a tlhaeto h tateglea U ni o p tga




Snot News re ted at nt
wllM th n cent tollowy d a ttue-4 voeb
As a reut, rent control tin 1h48.*-hAas become the No 1
i ti s .. cla
Refering to the 1046 election, the University of Michigaan
report state t
S Moe I6Ieicant than an party di ffernceg in attitude to-
drawen dn nqreo ofntro .to




As rd re nt control ntact hat. Almost three e artes theI
peopletion ere it, th oundl o fne p trs in Detroit a a othet
'%Mor* aiilicant than ano party differencesI In attitude to'.
ward rent control $A the fact hat. almost three-quarter of the
posed to t. On thi Issue, therefore, many voters crossedart

Correenm-Thl colun was In wror InIndicating that Nor.
man Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times,. was con.
tributor to either of the two Nixon funds. He contributed to
Nixon only nirAetly throught the united Republican tund.
Chandler holds about 2 per cent Intert in a trust whIch owns
stock in the Title, Inlpraneo and Trust Comp ,which In turn
und rwrites many aliforni opanie oes not control.
voters are dasuled by eral glory.
Governor teaon ay itch one of his big mpagn speeches
to the wamet.
mSenator nto asked iM Parley to amptign for
ex 'Iv. W %. ft coached *tor WtiB for his famous
speech were N producer Ted Rogers and director Jah iear.
two of the best i tb g: altotWt Ta
solid d nseam ee th.

Orgatisur Robert in be two
twenty e 0 IN'
plans for a conventi, even his e

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'*SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16 (UP$ 4 Adlait .
SteYenson questioned fait pight whether bAwiV D. Eison.
hoewer stands a chance, ageint his Republican crusade
,n of "isolationists and tatilroot reactioarie." the Pr
Steveason Ilshed epeateadl and bttdrly f Sen. Ro-
e A. Taft o0 Qh in a sp ecei n Se n.eme% co's Codw h
Pa "L He c.114e Taft the honorary Republican candi- ini
date for Pre.ide.t!" a a 9M
"No ope can question the general's integrity or the h. nig V
excellence of his itontions, but does anyone think he of
would really stand a chance againstthis team of isola- a- W S*n
tionists and cut-throqt reactionaries?" the Democratic -
presidentiial: candidate asked.
Steveson described Tatt as Irom whom he had Jet saved
the "quarterback" of Elsenhow- t nation.
her's crusade team." .", den know mu6h about po-
Halfbacks, the Illinois gover- ht1s and less about military
nor d, are Sep. Richard M. it ,. but T do know and so o
Nixo California, the OOP who the honorary X o.B.
vice presidential candidates and b candidate for President c-
Sen. WUllam Jwonec of Ian '
the mot "donshtent solat Meanwhe Inhou.r A rre
and profound reactlonay In t wud sweep acro ss
Benal." tle adntratlon h Ie dottbr, & eti wlt-- -
L n" of "the ral tely ftered inflation ad -
tea; enon said, "red tI(n" seep Into vital 'go,- the
like S.. Barry P. Ca of enment office s.
Washangton, George W. Malone He reaffirmed his belief that help t's can-
of Nevada, Zeles N. Ecton of the states should have first er it erpreted
Montana an-rthur V, Watkins rights to tidelands oil as he via- remarks fwere frpreteda
of Utah who "have fought every Texas and Louisiana. a broad hliit that Price Da-
pportant measure for social At Memphis, the ppUblianUKel mitsh6 for the brTexas
SaInterational 4w- presidential notee ai others
curty h!ch has come upf ore p eMe mIecMay g eotget?
e enael." r sathm l us d ifr into
Ina talk in downtown Spok- the Zorean war migt bungle us Democrats in
ane, Stevenson accused Else- into tif greater co t." *
hower of play1npotlcs with The people arenwsmwee ade a-
the Korean war saying that he said In dmtrutg a uno ofSuthern
American soldiers could .come atp "which has allbed tD d opported the
home More quickly Ift more South, led re d ote o Ito Bta Iights Democratic ticket
Koreaet oops were trailed as engulf hundreds .t M of In 19 i
replacements. ple once wer our friends saome administration Demo-
rmn are fighting In d crate even suggested deprivingV
kiso they will not W be the congressmen of their im-
5h t eo ft h t I n ielmo ',th portant committee assignments, n
Alaska orl8poane or o uu tea of but none Of the proposals was,
hI his Washinlntoi, sta te 'tbtlos "-' cartelS out.
sd Mea te mee Mt1 referred to a publish-
Wrm ill opit home from wdvrS dt ed piotute of Daniel introducing
Korea t as ~~ as o a e aThM W s er at a Texas gathering
ton'alt iEt earlier, aas, 04r10er Tuoa. o
"There s-noe trick that can Allied onltnazider dellVee a th ht I would never live
end the Korean war and am vigorous attack on "vicious rum. toe6 tat," itchell said. That's d
*Hf Me general knows this, ors and lies" with which he said the kind of thing a party chair-
Biweril" the Demoeats had spread "rot" a fiaes In-ythe record-books."
At Pendleton. in the heart of about his lSnand so sed In addition to Daniel, Demo- .
the astern Oregon wheat coun- car pr m. Police said 15- cr Alln Shivers of Tex- t
to, he concentrated on recla- 000 heard there. as s sporting Elsephower, but
atlozi and national resources He told' hiMemphis Uteners govrnors are not as vulnerable i
al .pro A.d. ~I elected, to ."run the DemocrA in power have to a from the national
a lean, nest government made dellbrte efforts to keep ts.
He ha "cleaned up a priesup ad thus give the Imn- mer eavyweht boxing i
lot ev..u practices prein of tlonal i'rosperlty. eha uioM JoeLous said to- t
in'. kaof. ale operating a -.sy t, inititi1ve of our day be wi vote r emoratle in
I gt-t balanced-budget it being hampered November because Esienhow- A
goerpment. n ade d awaited bu- 4's Southern eampalgn ad ,
4 CtJ urned t oeson cratic council, pltenhower his wrlthe e6aia d tn E-"



cba d eet t" fo 0hrrysx oe bw ter the

moese uelpad a l ta c atere are ieth hell Lois saw "Td
ums" Go daverCngTrces.' Aus nt ableexcpti ou apIary to
have brought -h And e ewttle the surface to be good. ciordown thee n the

meuat tsl ravel I ts crusesy farme s willknowVate South hIs not for Pte Ame-
en flow the Atlantic." tc program, he Ita a ne t? ,he caoner t. nlm won B e
dated to mythe two .Su-tIa 63 thIsn I onde k I woes under t

preae ID he sor man add c t exft hh p -ou' s l os. 2 s m or I imits forM Neao-
ceaa arst nminaton. In the a ad ed T o sol- d
pose -elephants aw w.e, ous d a& eree a nedr sa pathere It lnt no god
Me5 t to travel In circuses." Asked by nowune to amplity fe
meysr^ SSL' -in, he'r p r ld his comments eeanhi ZuroprtnSea
saldV, I aeco.paataed tothe two au t h sensicein Lous said be ta
man l ofchi ei g o u r -on l p$ ee" S'.4 tound some Euronl 0ese off
pA in tobc lop achevim ng limits for Negro sel lair.i m -
Ing our w64bLsu, our good up a '*tUif, u iWt pathetic treadeto by|fatae
United-* haIes
tims bore home" Heoc u is at =J1 ^^ and the like When. hew.gottli
of wL, twlw-iae y roH 4ee 0 hayisg rt- ath i asecial service ut bougs-
of u I originalnlwyel have o gra Vbitl In the e oe.
cor",eLdmn s nmi namiltlon, in the bar and MLad4d: "YOU
9ot Iht we were onthusiasti don't wnt tobe in the'sm lnop
had sgl ho4.doed that policies 1ou?"rm D-TrrmoI (TP)--,miuatru-
of ltcefnth at home and aboadtIt the Demo- ment in 'one of Ford Motor
ou A accepted by bo'a. Crate- In po Cowpany's research laboratories
S$ ra because "tca e is so sensitive It can measure
par tdes. dolar will get grssvly the sound-deadening efoec of
told 4UwJll13- W ,keep a& handkerchief drop -Aed ,

b- a11 ded frail aain IX bgt threat sound- Iazpeldt Mat-
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Mi finesses are a snar e and
a delulon. By this I meanthat
If you take the finesse and win,
you get only an even break;
while If yo lose, you lose plenty.
h aveerage player usually takes
this type of finesse and thinks
hte lb unlucky If it falls. Cer-
tatnly that was true of the
puth player when today's hand
wasU actually played.
West opened the king of dia-
mbnds and South won with the
ace. Declarer drew two rounds of
trumps, cashed the ace of spades
"for safety' and. finessed the
Jack of spadbs.
East won with :the queen of
spades and. returned a spade,
thus passing the buck back to
declarer.'
Having already lost one trick,
South had, to develop the clubs
by htmaelf and lose only two
.rics in thet'pyocess.- Much to
his disgust, he found this was
in Impoible task.
No matter hhw he tackled the
clubs, second hand would play
ow and fourth hand would cap-
ure an honor. A club return
TARTINI-+2
ADD -Jaeoby on bridge
would then give the other, de-
ender two more tricks l the
Thee&waasoesafe way of.tak.-
ng the spade finesse.AfteN wn-
dng the ace of diamonds and
drawing two rounds oetf'umps,
south ould ruff his reinamln
diamond In the dummy to'strlb
ut the suit. He should then cash
oth top spades and let the op-
onents win their spade trick.
South does not care which de-
ender wins the trick. That de-
Wader must begin the clubs
One any other return allows
umumy to rAtf while South dis.
yards a 16sing club. With a de-
ender beginning the club s,
south Is sure to hold the loss in
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AN INDEPENDENT DAILt


Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals an-, Q
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Panama Firm Gets Local 900 Bidding

Contract For CZ For New Members

Penicillin Supply In Navy Workers
A contract to supply the Health L o c a 1 900, GCEOC-CIO, is
'Bureau with 6,000 vials of penl- making a bid for membership
dllln has been awarded to Chiari among non-citizen emnployes of
y Cia., Ltda., local agents forI the U. S. Navy here to coincide
lstol Laboratories, Inc., of Sy- with a membership drive a-
1use, N.Y. mong employes of the U.S. Ar-
Chiari y Cia., Ltda.. was low my Caribbean.
Ildder on the penicillin suppIly A communique issued yester-
4hich is the estimated require- day said that the Local has as-
3|ent for Gorgas and Colon Hos- surances from the Commnand-
tals for the coming six months.ant of the 15th Naval strict
e bids were entered. that "tlie Navy recognizes that
~I medical supllies have been employes have the right to Join
chased for the Health Bureau or refrain from joining organ-
the local market. Formerly, all ized employee groups.
adfor such drugs were adver- Employes' rights and privil-
_ed only In the United States. eges shall not be affected be-
4eThe bullk of the Health Bu- cause of membership or non-
Mau's medical supplies are puc- membership in such employee
mased from the Army Medical groups," the Commandant was
ort under an agreement quoted cs srylng.
,k hed several months ago to The communique added that
bine Army and Canal pur- the Army has granted facilities
for economy reasons to hold job-location meetings
ne drugs and other supplies on Army posts, but such per-
tlned from this source, how- mission is not granted by the
qr, are only those listed in the Navy here or in the United
*Iical supplies catalog. Many States.
Ugs, such as special kinds of, However, the union plans to
pnicillin, are still bought in the: hold meetings at its offices and
open market or by public bids. other government p l a c e s on
The departure from the for- both sides of the Isthmus in an
mer practice of advertising for attempt to organize Navy em-
bids on medical supplies ony in ployes.
the United States s expected to p y'
prove advantageous for the
Health Bureau. The purchase of Stringing Along
such supplies locally solves de-i A ..... N... P)-Ther.
livery problems an is expect ed ALLIANCE, Neb. (UP)-There
to provore e economical, t was a sting o the purchase of
to prove more economical ,a local man at a downtown
All of the bids entered for the sore He walked a block with..
penicillin supply were below cur- toe Hkae led b ock wth
rent prices In the United States. the package the clerk had
It was announced Tuesdayt at rapped before someone called
.th ..alh uea ehah a-nhis attention to the fact that'
the Health Bureau that the ada he clerk hadn't ricut the cord.
vertisement of local bids for me-ith clerk hadn't cut the cord.
dical supplies will be continued
because of the number of bids vis Inter-American Corporation,,
and prices entered for the peni- of Colon; Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc.,
cillin supply. of New York and Col6n; and Eli
Two of the five bids received Lilly Pan American Corporation.
for the penicillin were entered The unit price of the low bid
by firms recently established in entered was. $0.758 with a total
the Col6n Free Zone. bid price of $4,548 for the 6,0001
Manufacturing firms, o t h e r vials of penicillin. The contract
than the successful bidder, which provides for monthly deliveries
entered offers were Abbott La- to be made at Gorgas and Colon
bpratorles, of Chicago; Park Da- Hospitals.
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S f '- t' 9 t + athat you haven't bothered tbttk
t- Scientsts Say Moon Roket.S-I RUTH MILLETT Says....a sa he yohe hed
. 2 9*j/Phone &.. ., ,.. S'e t -.7 S i* < 3ay M oo thc e disre spe ctful manner. ha
i XO* Could Hit Earthbound Armies c if your wife oneses that
SMOND CHAgEFFR HONORED AT RltCEPTION with the render of the tra- chances are you are at least on her shoulders with a e-
Sditioal Closing R t ti a Re- o partly to blame. trouble-with- ou-is r
M r. ond T. efer. Aerlca edW N l freahments .were served by co- o W YORK, Oct. 16 (UP) tha moon within 25 years in How? Well, i a daughter is tInsltead tae an hones rrk.
t: r, who i a v hostesses Betty Boyer Patty The expedition to the moon rockets that would take rebellious about doing anything at yourself. What kind of rx-
e last evening at a I #l n / Bake, Ann Wichner ad Nan- aynd it possible to set up a off from a space station travel- around the house, chances are ample have you been sett .lthe
bt t erm Club fronms ; L He nette L ynh. met base for launch ng ing In an orbit 1,075 miles from you haven't encouraged her to children? Do they know thatyou
er e~an National Red C M. How- uest attending .the meeting rc against an aggressor na- earth.' think home-making is an im- respect their mother as a er
S. were lErika Beavers, Patriciat lon og earth, two of America's Two of the rocket ships would portent job by your own attitude son, have faith in her jud nt,
^- ., Jane Caswell, Helen Dalton, to ientitts said -today. carry passengers and propellant toward expressing it. Do you admiration for the way she
SDin.er. at the Hotel ho I honor of Glora Dupre, ith being, r.Wernher V Br a u n, fuel for the return trip to the show your appreciation for all handles her job, and apprecia-
SAt U*i adi the American Aed Cross Na- Mildred Frick, Claudia fiernaf- technical director of the army tatioh, and a third would be the things her mother does to tion for all that she does forh
a sd e z O llH K e n n e d y G sr e t eod i r e c t o r t h e m a k e t h e f a m ily 's h o m e a t t r a c f a m ily 's w e lf a r e a n d h a p p in e s s ?
L oretay of .Bra- tonal Disaster Services Direc- dey, I ys Kennedy, Grace ordnnce guided missiles devel- dismantled and converted into tive, the meals enjoyable a n d
ta-LegaU 4 ia waldo tar who i preteily visiting on Lloyd, uthMaloney, en optent-group in Alabama, and living and operational quarters ti ho thp al s enayan acia n_
?56e S.. *cor, FrancesPoe, BabatCur- hospitality easy and g.racious?
.a, Avn uo3" to the Irsthmu., N anett e d L. Whipplehatiran for the expedition. --
le sorn t I s. s Ava Howe -Louise e pament,, said it would be peos- The rockets will land oat the Why should a girl consider the
'for ; 21 Ho-n08. Pasaen person, Jeanette Ko-el. Patf A npae tbe tidng of two weeks of sun- he -mak in arts imant if
ho 0 tare- Be Lennevill. Nannette Lyn ch bn earth from the moon. lig t~ ~that comprise the lunar I her own father showm no are-
ga f at the UnionR Mr. and M. Howard R.e Ross A M Gloria action for them? L
group of their co- have their house guest M. chilling thy Taylor, Peg- "But the base would be hard d e scientist said,' P If a son is disrespectful of hNEEDS THE GENTLE
l reau the Diplolma tic Helen K. Bowler, of ouantana- gyi Wertz, Ann Wihner, Doro- to hit from the earth," the set up headquare f a darters hers opinions and ideas and S
lres nthe Di Ba, Cuba, who arrived on and Virginia Wiett. said in an article written forfro the lunar north pole. Eight-year-old Peal Simon has a low opinion of women in CARE OF
Corps.m Bay, Cuba, who arrived o Collier's Magazine. e site, known as Dewy prays for safety In a delicate general it's a fairly safe bet his
Sthe Isthmus-early in the week. P ag s pta Calb Meets The two scientists said n an was selected because of its heart operation whichshe father low-rates women, either
SNews of ormer dentr wely' lunch- article last week they believe a tle" temperature of 40 de- must undergo to save her life by a superior attitude toward
M a retoe va, Canal Zon f rm ed have re- eon-sme etigf the Panama Ro- 50-man expedition will reach agrees during the lunar day and Her father, a French-speak- their ideas or frequent criticism
Canalone friends have re en-mlub a held today at because of "the opportunities it ing farmhand from Louisiana, of the decisions his wife makes.
wife of the Seretary of the ceived angou'iement of t he t I nthe'B lon de ld s Ame- offers for exploration." flew to Boston to give his per- If children too frequently rebel
rs atn, w t h birth of ntepin h s Piper noon in the ln de las Ame "From our headquarters site," mission for the'operation af- against their mother's authority.
_ue pt honor on Tusday a on October 1 at tltingtonrIcas of theHotelEPanam B HS GRADUATE they said. "we can explore any ter the girl saidshe had chances aretheir father doesn't
ta fwel hbinchL n gi 0 by Hospital, Pasadena, California. pepton ToBe lace within a range of 25 miles dreamed hat God told her back her up when she makes a
to Members of he Cooking father, Edwin M. Piper, Recetion RECEIVES AB and all the lunar features of shewould not survive. rule or puts her foot down. If
l nthe r-American W teacher for t W, ears in Monday Evening intetthat fall within the you don't agree with your wife
omn'W Cla at the Union t boa High holandi s The Pedro' Miguel Woman's T MI AM g are." Fish Story when e
ba nr o at heUrn rany ou w. ae i entertain with a re The scientists said the expe LINCOLN, Neb. (UP)- One do this or not to do that tell her
S, iMiu etion,-swill explore in six weeks oldf ish turned up at the l so in private, not in front of the
a Mrs. lecLa R2oad, Altadena Cia. a honor ofMrs. Nellie Hunt, Balboa, re- ua to the size of the meant store here. A clerk took
w14.beris.Eula W g who has celved an A. B. degree in the st states of New England plus it home and fed it for 3 dyas. If the children are rude to
ner l their.twU beMius and Sbqla Meet ~ of served as Past President and graduating class at the Univer- New York, New Jersey, Mary- At the end of that time it still their mother, it may be that you
am'Tey n ieorNO ig PTreasurerof the Club. Sity f Miami, Coral Gables, land, Pennsylvania and Dela- had not been claimed so the don't treat her with as much
She n r d te to e u f nl Ms. Being will retireoat the la athe end of the second e n a store awarded it to the finder, consideration as you should. Or
where they plan to rushe business and l mee nd of this month from the summer session. To start with, our scientists
make their new home. ing of the Canal Zone Alpha service of te Panama Canal A graduate of Balboa to know whether an y
S oald m B / red Chapter of Beta s eigma Phi was mCompany and plans to leave school, Hunt maj orere in, His-
ro o esheld Tuesday evening at the the Isthmus in the near future nic-American studies a n d in aces of atmosphere are
Retrns- em Europe Curundu Chapter House. for the United States where minored in economics at the present, what nrh mnals there
Mr ector Valdes, Jr., re- At the conclusion of the re- she will make her home in West university. He was student as- are, whether the moon has a
tuied-to the Isthmus by plane citationof the COpening Ritual Virginia. sistant for the Director of magnedtioc field like the tetarith
on Tuesy evening from New the minutes of the last meeting A A cordial invitation is ex- Housing at the university and and how the temperature varies
on Tuesday evening trom N ew the minutes of the ac t Are- tended to all Past Presidents en aged in intramural soft beneath the lunar crust," they
York foltwing a vacation of were -read and accepted. A re- sf the ba .said. t os
vferal weeks in Europe. port ot progress was resented and form Mm erMembers of th Whipple and Von Braun said
by each of the committee chair- fClub and to all other friends they may find some "rare use-
o nr Visitor i ed for the It onl ght o ep lni t tend MCT "Suppose we turn up a great A big bargain, Loo!
?AxT. -eukSchaeffer, Party U, be hild, at the Chapter requested to contact Mrs. Tah 1RwJ,,8n Choo_ store of raw materials," t h e y -.
e o National Hose,.Friay. evening, October at 6-16 Mrs. Hoenke at 4-577 said.
Eli rc re r ,.orlMrs. Dombrowsky at 4-519. tF o J i,
services Director, was 24, at 1 4n h e b us ines se a a is
t of. honor on Tuesday A t the clo iof the business o t rJm c recommend setting p a. perma-n
atZ9- cheon given by the meeting, the program arran .ed Conu to Feature r icnent community.en We can make
Thr-tea-Chief of t h e N .te n ch orentwe There-nTr llit practically self-supporting,
e r-In C no fnd s te Nnntte Lynchh Fein l cled Trio ve d
l o W o ntaned ~a l ene of Life" The Feinland Trio will pre-r ma l rsrh I i
o nerI Horacend L. de bsdr :Ih e "o t e tmers of the sent Mendelssohn program atp Isrtan dotis or itur u asonsring-
r _o Quarry Heights inf is the Truth and th Beau- the USO-JWB Armed Forced Three women have been ap- thetic atmosphere."d s y -
ChiW ty eI We o rsentedo Service Center, on Sunday, Oc- pointed by the Comit6 de Acer- "Such an establishment could
bl -. oby r ner in1 6e Betety Boyer tober'. 1, at 3:30 p.m. camlentt O iLatinoamerilcano se r hv an then t
Iutenat Opnel and Mrs nd fannette Lynch Charlotte The public is invited. del Carbeto select the material e s a superb scientific lab-
Conal in C elntertan o a nrt T nch.PCaCrlotte blon rc wl alor 1,000 yards of dress material oratory, especially for astrono-
D ad.W iloI entertained a e r esented an extensive aar To B Held which will be sent to Jamaica my and for research work re-
group of. friends at dinner on review of the Chapters oem ei rinsg voumoa in g-
Senht their quar- accomplishments and aboard Wforoefuerthrerventrur esisn i- dresses fo eru Iurim au
ten on Quarry Heights In h on- history of the founding and On Wednesday, November 19, the children who were victims board for further ventures In-
tonon aHeightsin Ohstor of tan bod Elks nteraan {th undreceied base oxpaen perh f a chs uins military
Mr.shaeffer, who is a aims of all Beta Sigma Phi the League of Lutheran Women of last year's hurricane on t t o space perhaps as a military
rof the thmus.eCNoter-n throgut theworldwill hold their Bazaaro at the British West Indian island.r, s.
oftnehemeethmd rocketst"
S A ~ronteItmA Chaprtoughouvote of appre. Lutheran Service Center on Bal- Herrera, Mrs. Char- The scientists listed t h
a u-sbomeateBRoad.e.hppM ar g.s
Mip Graels amon, Gener- ciation was led on the beau- boa Road. lotte Ogilvie and Mrs. Florenca possible hazards to the first
S-of the RedCross ty'of the e,* Chapter rooms Wilkinson are scheduled to expedition:
Inh Pan waste hostess at wih specialconmmendation ex- Wallersein To Speak Tonight start canvassing local stores "Tissue damaging cosmic
I T -can Wednesday e* to Peggy and Joe Wertz iofored slides will be shown today to select the most suit- rays Invisible, deep-penetrating Wonderfully tender, pyn np and jpicy! only for what you eat. That's why it is
ClU1-in honor of an.-Mr. Tony Pia, Curundu and a talk on Africa wil be able material for, children's atom particles unpredictably Comes cleaned cut up. ready for the such a big brain! re c e i
T. haeffer. oor thd lerstein thiseve ntImmanUat e7:30Wal- dresses streaking in from spacewith no skillet. The flavor is out of this world., perfect all ways... and always Sere it
1an. rtethie Horen Tinglonanth7:30e.o edn a e
ouhding contributions dying m.oItmosphere to impede them."
h Toua efforts in m. in the US8,JWB A r m e d Mrs. Concha Pefia, president "Meteorites, from microsco- and there's no waste whatsoever? You pay for supper tonightl
o Chapterouse.ForsService-Center. of the committee said a list ofpl grains to mountainous boul-
me*"gwas'terminated Pfc. Wallerstein recently re- donors will be released as soon ders, hurtle down."
nvet at u1padtu re from -WorM hAstemr- as the drive -4s over. Contibd- "On the lunar surface, 'thin
blee of etnYouth fence held tion re still ebing rhved layers of crust might cove r
TX.I. Dake atAfrica. by Rev. William Arsm ong, lrayers fcrvassesm making t rcovel
Se public is cordially invit- superintendent of Wei an r eat crevaes, making travel
eriloa SJagged rocks threaten
o tohel o e Eihes on the IsthmeiO tbhe fabric of the pressured,
I ~the ommittee. foxygen-equipped space suits es- FRO
Le te alboa Elks A e Entertained the committee. essential to life."
mqw' zveu FiesaCristobal Canal Zone Lodge
.No. 1542, Order ol the Elks '
Tablese.were hosts last evening at
dinner meetingheld at the
olee u .n Home of Brazos Heights. Mr.
SSuppies &.Equipmeot Harold J. Zierton, G.E.R., the g tu
-District Deputy was present.' r- C ar.rE

t aT J. U l 'iIU Avenue -- .ol Art Exhibition To Be "It's lodger and n "It's new from.f
At Tivoli -road to ro.
The Annual Community Art stronger.
Art League wlWIIbe held from e .-. mor, cohort. moe i-
Novembet 2 thruout NoVe*ber everseo.... ....
bration of Ameriean Art eek. "It's MOR abest car on the
The League invites artists to "It'stMORscareeds.
enter oil' paintings, wae beautiful!" .
graphics, ceramics, -Met and -.
sculpture work with the privi-
4 knot more than four In one cla.

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.'Silver Tone floor model 12 tubes Simple mail a check or money order
$80.00. Venetian blinds. 2 large for $1.50 to Box 1845, Panom6.
four small S50 00. Misc. House
752 Balboa Road. __FOR SALE
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Bog, $20. Navy 3102. 1 FOR SALE: 120 Bass Accordion.
Derrick Winch. Hand Op. 2 ton
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'AGENCIES, Central Avenue No. FOR SALE Two copper gasoline
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per Scout 480 cc, good condition
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Man Who Heard

Own Death Sentence

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ATLANTA, Oct. 16 (UP) -Odie
V. FlUker, defendant in one of
the South's most bitterly con-
tested murder cases, has settled
his last debt with society and
is now living in freedom in Call-
ornia, it was disclosed today.


Yacht Club ICristobal).
FOR SALE-Best all around air:A ine.
cll metal Luscombe 1947 stressed
for acrobatics, ideal for club,
cross country or student insrtuc-
ton. Has two-way radio, generat-
or, starter metal propeller. In top
condition, am leaving. Call Den-
dixen, 83-5268. 2170-D, Curun-
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FOR SALE:-Ladies suit gabardine-
beige 14 ',2. Worn once. Tel. 4-
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AFL Strikers Return

To Oak Ridge, (10

Men Mav Walk 0ul


The 45-year-old Fluker who
Ilvd close to the electric chair OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Oct. 16
ixo three years and five times (UP)-Two AFL walkouts.which
hraid the date of his death had halted construction of a
tr(inounced was paroled from new atomic production plant
orida state prison Sept. 30. ended today, but a strike of
'He had been returned to CIO production workers loom-,
Florlda last year to finish an ed for next Saturday midnight.
Id robbery term after he was Some 50 AFL truck drivers
patoled from his life sentence who failed to report Friday be-
for- murder in Georgia. cause of layoffs of 10 heavy-.
for inurder in Georgia. equipment drivers returned to
Fluker. a one-time Birming- work on a new $464,000,000 addi-
ham, Ala., upholsterer. was con- tion to the K-25 gaseous dif-
victed in Atlanta in 1936 of the fusion plant.
gangland slaying of Eddie A spokesman for the Atomic
Ouyol. notorious king of the Energy Commission reported
local numbers racket, that about 80 AFL plumbers
0. a who had been out for more than
G* 0yol was lain as he stepped one week also returned. *
afom a car with his wife at The truck driver's walkout had
teir home on the night or forced officials of the Maxon
4pril 23. 1935. Later. Mrs. Guyol Construction Co. to halt virtual-
picked Fluker from a police ly all construction of the addi-
ineup as the slayer., tion. which like K-25. will make
: Fluker contended throughout uranium-235 for the atomic
long period of appeal that he bomb.
s innocent and Capt. Ben W. Officials of the CIO United
nas innocent and Capt. Ben W. chemical Workers Union, mean-
Sabrook, then head of the At-Chemical Workers Union, mean-
lanta police identification bu- while, announced that about
rau, expressed the belief that 2,600 members at the K-25 plant
u expressed man had been will vote tomorrow whether to
he condemned man had o een strike after next Saturday.
named by the underworld The atomic labor relations
Seabrook worked with Charles panel appointed by President
i. Edwards, an Atlanta attor- Truman holds jurisdiction of
ney; to savc Fluker from the the K-25 workers' contract dis-
electric chair and eventually pute until Saturday. after which
obtain his release. In August, the union would be free to
1P3% 10 of the trial jurors re- strike.
commended clemency and then The chemical workers recent-
ov. E. D. Rivers commuted Iv rejected the panel's recom-
uker's sentenre to life im- mendations for settlement of
prisonment. the dispute, which stemmed
Thirteen year.; later. Edwards from a breakdown in contract
and eabrook obtained a parole negotiations with the carbide
fpr Fluker but the convict, who and carbon chemicals division
had been thinned bv tubercu- of Union Carbide Cora
l2sis.ln prison, was asked for by Carbide operates all atomic
miorida. production and research facill-
,Hearing that Fluker had fin- ties for the AEC here. Its K-25
aly.-been released to loin his workers have often threatened
faniily In California. Seabrook to strike but never actually
r#ma ked: walked out.
."It a sad and pathetic story. InFormed sources said the
Im glad Odie's out. I think he uanel reduced to recommend a
serves his freedom for he was wage increase for the CIO work-
Innocent of the crime of killing ers. who held out for a 10-cents
hddie Ouyol." hour boost across the board.


nrtllments Total us Casualties

S For LSU Fall In Korea Jump
885 Last Week
$nlester Program WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 1UP,-
,Fintl figures for the Louisiana rea jumped 885 last week to a
tate University's Caribbean new total of 121,154 as a result of
proigrr for the fall semester sharply-increased fighting all a-
m ht Panama area have been long the front the Defense De-
annoinced. by William E High- apartment reported today.
alb local ISU administrator. The list Included casualties
"' ailments for the first of hs next-of-kin had been no-
tw iht-week sessions totaled whose next-of-kin had been no-
20W fit Fridav at the end of (Ifled through last Friday. Since
l t week of la&es Cla ses thil takes t t leaa week. the re-
t r Mondt ay. Oct. 6. uC did not reflect recent bloody
first session will end Nov. fighting in the Iron Triangle.
M a*n a second enrollment wvl The overall US. casualty toll
i Ldueted for the second half since the start of the fighting in
Semester. June. 1950, included 21,233 dead.
*Kises are being conducted 87.345 wounded. 9.438 mimdng. 1.-
l Canal Zone at Fort 748 captured and 1309 previously
II1 1 Fort Clayton. Fort Ou- reported missing but since re-
d Albrook Air Force Base. turned to military Jurisdiction.


8 MIY A BUICK III BUY A BUICK


FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencies Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29. tele-
phone Panama 2-4721,
FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac, 4 door.
Will trade. Leaving. Overall, 5330
A, Davis Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE:-1952 2-door Plymouth
1,000 miles) $1,800. Phone
Cristobal 3-1693 between 7:15 a
m. and 4:15 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Red Pontiac convertible,
purchased Dec. 1949. Hydromatic
W/W 23.000 miles. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 86-5235.
FOR SALE:--Late 49, Cadillac, Club
Coupe, low mileage, excellent con-
dition. Call Albrook 6293 or see
at quarters 45-A.
FOR SALE-1948 Buick Super, con-
vertible, cheap. No. 1 "P" street.
Telephone Panama 2-3518.
FOR SALE- 1949 Ford 6 overdrive.
Low mileage, white sidewall tires,
seat covers, duty paid, Panama
3-4074.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1952 Mor-
ris Minor, 3,000 miles. 8029-C,
Margarita. Phone 3-2947.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super Se-
dan, 2,500 miles. Dynaflow, Radio.
Santoy, seat covers. New retread
tires, $1.800.00. $600.00 down.
House 0779-J. Williamson Place,
Balboa .after 5 p. m.

WANTED
Miseellaneow


I need a 2 or 4 cylinder marine gas
engine. Will sell or trade Johnson
10 HP outboard. CaN Kuhns -
Coco Solo 265.
WANTED:-Married couple desires,
one or two bedroom apartment in
residential district. Phone 3-0475
or 3-0170, Mr. Amodo.
WANTED:-American couple desires
vacation quarters. December Ist.
Call Pedro Miguel 4-300'.


Dead, Almost Nude

Expectant Mother

Found In Drain


RESORTS
Houses on BEACH at Santa Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2820.
Casino Santa Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary. Saturday and Sunday.
Phillips. Oceonside cottages. Santo
Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3- 1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich Santo Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes. g as
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi.
guel.

PERSONALS


Attention pupils and Students. Ivy
Hornett will resume ballroom danc-
ing Instructions, first week in
November. Harnett & Dunn.
Will Alemena Atkinson please call
Mrs. L. S. Presley at 25-3521.

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

FOR RENT
Apartments


ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.

FOR RENT
Room.
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
gentleman, preferably foreigner,
No. 17, 13th street, San Francis-
co. Tel. 3-2316.

Position Offered
WANTED: Salesman or salesfady.
wanted for large concern. Excel-
lent working condition, bood so,
lary. Write Casa Fastlich, Box 323,
R. of P. stating age and. ~Wpq-
rience. Ma e R


Pal, Mabel Resting

After 80-Mile Jaunt


CHICAGO, Oct. 16 (UP) The r
nearly-nude body of a pretty JiU| Wo Jchool
brunette, who vanished after t
learning she was pregnant, was MOBILE, Ala., Oct. 16 (UP)-
found In a drainage canal today Pat and Mabel are back home
and authorities sought to deter- and the question today -is
mine if she was a victim of mur- whether they followed the high-
der or suicide. Ways or their noses to get here.
Chief Edward Witry of the Nobody saw them en route and
sheriff's police said he was keep- om b o d y accompanied t em
ing op.,n the possibility of mur- eoeto claim the reward offer-
der but was inclined to believe return of the pair of
took her own life. Tired and hungry, Pat and
Her body clad only in a bras- Mabel turned up this morning
slere, was taken to the county after an 80.mile jaunt at the
morgue after it was found in the home of Neville Lyons, Mobilel
Sag Canal near suburban Le- businessman who owns them.
month. They were fed and put to bed
TI' girl. an Insurance compa- in their kennel.
ny employee, vanished Oct. 6. Lyons
An automobile owned by her1 Lyons said he took the dogs
fiance and which she had been to Uriah, Ala., 80 miles north-
using In his absence. wPS found east of here, last Friday, so they
using in his could be exercised in prepara-
in a forest preserve southwest of tion for the coming quail seas-"
Chicago A 10-foot length of rub- on Bu the on saturday, the ani-
ber hor.- was connected from the mals disappeared and Lyons re-
car's exhaiqt nine tn the interlnr turnedd home without them.
The ignitinn withh wA on and *
the Pas tank w'Pa dr, but there The direct road back from
was no trace of the air! Uriah would take the dogs
through the Bankhead Tunnel
Forest ran-ers had PRrchd under the Mobile River.an .d
the woods for rlav before the across the Mobile Bay ctusewayI
body was found in tl',- ca n1 h" qI Bpt uards on that busy
crane operator for a construction route night and day failed to
materials company spot them.
Investigators said thev learners The dogs could hardly have
that Miss Eien'R WBa informed swam the eight-mile width of
by a nhysician a few d'wva before the upper bay. On the other er
her dlsaonesranrp that she was hand they might have crossed
an expectant mother. the Tombigbee and Alabama


?Miss E17.onEa had been eneagdrl
to Pvt. Theodore Rchni'stra. 21
whu lsqt saw her In Sentembor
when he was home on leave. He
ramp here last week on an emer.
-!ncy furlough from Fort Hood.
Tex to aid In the investigation.


Kinn CGorne Lodqe
To Hold Meeting
The Roval King George Lodpe
No. 17. I.UO.S.M. Tnc.. will hold
its regular meetire Pt the Morn-
Ing Star T odge Hall at 7:30 p.
m. tonight.
Tonics on the agenda for dis-
ciasslon Include: nomination and
election for the term Jan. to
Der. 1953- d.natinn tn a char-
itable institution for the Christ-
mas: arrangements fnr an an-
nual convention between the
Scottish Mechanics Lnd ge 8.
Royal King Solomon. Edward
and Georre and reports from
the Grand Lodge of America.


BUY A NMOIK


Rivers west of Uriah and thenI
turned south to Mobile B u t.
they would have to have come
through aense swamps and
traveled into town via Highway
5, another busy route.
To Pat and Mabel, snoozing
in their doghouse, it made no
difference how they got' there.

Funeral Services
Tomorrow For Late
Nath'niel Yearwood
Funeral Services will be held
at the Corozal Chapel tomorrow
at 12:30 D. m. for the late
Nathaniel Yearwood of Gam-
boa, who died yesterday at Gor-
fu Hospital. Burial will follow
the Corozal Cemetery.
Mr. Yearwood is survived by
seven children. Gladstone. Vio-
let, Oladys. Tuffy. Gertrude,I
Loretta and Elaine. severalI
C andchildren and other relay.
ose. 0..


Minimum for 12 words.
3c. each additional word.


J.vMMiARCIAL (

PROFESSIONAL


RATS are
EXPENSIVE GUESTS.
IF YOU REALLY WANT
TO GET.RID OF THEM
USE
A 1 A R.F RIN
Rat & Mouse Killer
(contains WmAR-ARIN)
GEO F." NOVEY. INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140


MODERN FURNITURE
VISIT OUR SHOW-ROOM
5Slipcover
Reupholstery
"HERES"
77 Auto Row
Tel. 3-4aS


Translports laxte,. S. A.
Shipping, moving. storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451.
2-2562, Panama.



DI. A. e d. ORIL.LAC
(Palmer Graduate)
OPa C TOURS:
S-- 12 and 2 C p.m.
Saturday: 12 noo8.
5 e6 AVeoe Tel. 8-l3
(1 block from Lux Thetre)

FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS
in
NATIVE LUMBER
CALL.
ROY WATSON
Telephone: 3-4M9


Balboa VMCA



BALL ROOM DANCE INST.


Slxzllon Defense

Parley To Forge

Middle East Pact
PARIS. Oct. 16 (UP) A six-
nation defense conference will
open on Malta Oct. 20 to forge
a Middle ,Eaatern defense ar-
rangement, UinCfg the military
power of the Atlantic alliance to
British forces in the Middle East.
Allied supreme headquarters
said the move was necessary to
guarantee the security of Eu-
rope's 4outhen flank, nl view of
the failre of efforts to form an
Allied Middle At Command.
oen. Mattbew B. Rdgway, NA-
TO sup e ommander, was re-
presuented S feeling that direct
action between the Western de-
fense alliance and Britain's Mid-
dle Eastern Command was ne-
cessary now because of the east-
ward amtwnlo of his area of op-
erations to include Turkey and
Greece Both recently became
NATOnt4mbers.
U.B. Adm. Robert B. Carney.
Ridgway's commander for South-
ern Europe, will attend the
nmeting together with Britain's
Middle. last commander, Gen.
Sir Brian Rqbertson; British Me-
diterrUMAn PlPnt commander
Adm. Iord LteA Montbatten:
Al' MarNhal or Arthur Sanders
anL ot0er A ied officers.
VTh.i U 8 states. Britain.
France, Greece, Turkey and Italy
will send representatives as
members of Carn's Allied staff.
The conference reflects the
growing concern in the North At-
lantic Treaty OrnIm tlon over
the weak35e of fle Middle Bast.
ern arcti where amy sudden Bo-
viet tbf teI to b dl fields
IVrougth p B virtual-
lv s.u S m meaiild that


Radio Programs
Your Community Station


HOG-840
wiho ie*o.o g**(pe* M*s
Presents

Today, Thursday, Oct. n
P.M.
3:30-Music for Thursday
4:00-Great Artists
4:15-Bob Eberly
4:30-What's Your Favorite'
5:30-News
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(Contd)
6:00-FADS AND FASHIONS
6:30-Ricky's Record Shop
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA)
7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45-Jam Session
8:00-Halls of Ivy (VOA)
8:30-Music of the Gay 90's
8:45-U.P. Commentary
9:00-Paul Temple (BBC)
9:30-Opera Concert (VOA)
10:00-Dance Music
10:15-Musical Interlude.
10:30-Moonlight Mood
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off
Tomorrow. Friday, Oct. 17
A.M.
8:00-Sign On and Alarm Clock
Club
7:30-Request Salon
8:15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Musical Reveille
9:00-News
9:15-Come and Get It
9:30-As I See It
10:00-News
10:05-Off the Record


11:00-News
11:05-Off the Record (Contd.)
12:00-News
P.M.
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00-News"
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45--Promenade Concert
2:00-The Old Chisholm Trail
2:1b-Songs of France (RDF)
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Muslo For Friday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Casa Loma Time,
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:30-News
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(Contd)
6:00-FADS AND FASHIONS
6:30-Phlilco Rendezvous
6 45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Come Into the Parlor
(BBC)
7:3--BLT RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45--Here Comes .Lottis Jordan
8:00-Request Salon
8:45-U. P. Commentary
8:15-Opera Concert
9:00-Short Story Theater
(VOA)
9:30-Story, U.S.A. (VOA)
10:00-Cavalcade of A merica
(VOA)
10:30-Adventures of PC 49
(BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOA-Voice of America
BBC-British Broadcasting
Corp.'
RDF-Radiodiffusion Francabse
CZ Firemen Select


3 Prizes For Annual

Ball On November 7
Plans have been completed
for the presentation of the -Ca.
nal Zone Firemen's ball at the
El Panama Hotel on Nov. 7.
Three prizes have been select-
ed to be awarded to lucky ticket
holders, the 1st prize being a
"Glenrose" tea and coffee Bet.
(6 pieces': second prize a ser-
vice for 12 "Rogers" English
garden pattern in a gilt box.
and third prize a slver tray
with eight tumblers.
The first prize may be seen
at the Balboa Clubhouse lobby,
second prize at the CristObal
Clubhouse and third prize at
the Ancon Clubhouse. All these
prizes were purchased at "Mer-
curio's on Central Avenue
A fourth prize will alo .be
given through B1 Panama
Hotel which Is donating a twin
bedroom auite for a weekend.
Johnny Ballinger. 100 an-
nouncer will be master of cere-
monies for a floor show. The
show will consist of four acts
and music will be furnished by
Armando Boza and him or-
chestra.
Dignitaries from the
of Panama and the W
and disting ffrei i-7fl
have been invilto yttEd..
Tickets are being s at $1
per person and may be VVgh- -
ed at any fire station f from
any fireman.

Paraiso Chpt
Meets Tonf i.,
Tonight at 7: araIt" P lso
Chapter of Loc wi
hold its r.
I Paralso CIO
I tsetrstr
er 12 andfl
tank sad t~file


Community Chest Agencies


Newcon'rrs always need Indoc-
trination into their new jobs and
a new director for the National
Ca.tholic Community S e rvice-
USO Is no exception. "
Busy as he is with his last-min-
ute preparations for his immin-
ent departure, the Rev. Louis B.
Storms, Director-Moderator of
the NCCS-USO, left, shows his
successor, the ReV. Joseph Konen
around the big spacious hall 1igh
above La Boca Road.
Father Konen. who will also
take over Father Storms' clerical
dutJes, will have his hands full
with the NCCS-USO. In one
modth recently, 5,342 servicemen
used the NCCS-USO facilities.
At the USO center on La Boca
Road. regular-weekly programs
are organized for the servicemen.
These consist* of games, movies
and dances for which, of course,
there is no charge to the men of
th9 armed services.


letters at the numerous desks,
Like the other USO's tn the I* h
mus, NCCsialpo offers a counsel-
ling service ? available to any of
the men or women of the servic-
es at any hour of the- diy -o
night.
The NCCS. whlcl is generally
known as St. Mary's Hall, was es-
tablished in 1943. During the war
years the Hall served the armed
forces on the Isthmus, the great
numbers of servicemen who were
transients and the local civilian
community. ". .
After. the end of the war, aMd
the cessation of USO- activities
St. Mary's became. a community
center open to servicemen and
to boys and girls of the.Pacifil
side community.
When the U0- was reactivated
the NCCS-a nation-weidwelfare
organization with headquarters
in Washington-again. became a
USO activity.


Between the organized activi- The .CS-USO quota In t:.t
ties they may relax'in the library CoIty Chest campaign It
an,; lounge, play pool. or write $2.340.


3'.
.. i.e
.1
'I4W 4 ~ 'N.~ ~*
a


EXECUTIVE SONG--President Truman (right) joins a Roc4h-
ester, N.Y. audience in song as Fred Jeske, master .of cere-
monies, leads. The President is carrying his searing.con-"
demnation of the Republican party across New York State
and the nation. Reports did not identiy the song.


SMusic in the Air

SROUONTALC60 Portent
ow ingin 1 Prescribed
amount
5 Brass wind VRTn CAL
instrument I Dip out
9 Tear 2 Feminine
12 Toward the singing voice
sheltered side 3 Sow
13 Soon 4 TwWla fabric
14 Age 5 Make lace
15 Repetition ed
17 Cooking Mengs



"Wearing of z10 creu
vesselGrg Movers 1



the Green" IRudet
3 Temporp seapor
to thelt -er 2 Moteoles


24 High note of

29 Inflammation
(med.)y sing
32 Turn -
34 Remove agaia
(print.) Of 1 0Pes
th7 One who I
Sburns
38Soot
to the Godof -
41 Distre cale
a Short sleep
29 Inflemmatlio

34 Remove lin





41 Distrest f4


53 ago


Prevk


24 GoM a r'-
a igh tol
so Puttnis tsto

burning
30 Peortanin to
(eomb. trm)
31 Indlr
weights
33 Essential ol
*1 Weirder


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TODAY


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19S. lt.-I


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TjURSOA?, 'CTOBER 15, 1953


am VOTE PARTY HONORS MRS. RALPH _
rs. '. ond Relph was the sest of heond as a bean
f ItIUf* a #ted morning eeffee give by Mrs. J, ep4 Irving
ad Mrsn. B. Gray at the Irving residence Wednesday ee-
hl guests were the members p.m. at the Club .a.d Spanish
o1 UthNe ace Group of the Ga- classes are belng held Tuesday
tUn UniOn Church Auxiliary. mornings at 10:00 a.m. at the
with which Mrs. Ralph has Olub.
worked during the past year. Hostesses for the informal tea
H The.__lenied the honoree two were: Mrs. Demetrio Rusodimus
i I.s FtalLt< and Spring, as a and Mrs. Stanley iamilton
S4rewell remembrance. *
A boan voyage greeting was Mrs. Clarke Complimented
I otL n Dovel coffee cake WIth Shower
d in a double Mrs. Charles Cleis, of Fort
rilg aMtoia with three lit- Gulick, gave a stork shower at
tie shlp. bamboosa orchids en- her quarters, Tuesday after-
circled the ltke. noon, to compliment Mrs. Wil-
The hostes"es presented an Hlam Clarke.
orchid corabge tO Mrs. Ralph. A social afternoon was en-
The other ladies Vreant were: joyed after the gifts were open-
Mra. Tircey .White, Mrs. Leon ed, which was followed by re-
Egolf, Mrs. Senlamin Brunciage, freslhments.
Jr., Mr. Benjamin Brundage, The buffet table was center-
Br., 5. J.'W.L. Graham, Mrs. ed with pink carnations and
Arthur Albriglt, Mrs. Fred wll- baby's breath, flanked by dou-
rloughrv, Mrs. M.. T. Webster, ble candelabra holding pink
Mr 'hur Baggett, Mrs Sam tapers. A three-tiered decnrted
Mafi Mrs. Frank Born, Mrs. cake and the punch bowl were
Elmnr Btern, Mrs. Howard Har- placed at opposite enda of the
ris, Mrs. tik Roberson.' Mrs. table. Mrs. Don Kurz served the
P. 1, Boggs, Mrs. T. F. Fels. Mrs. punch and Mrs. Charles Rich-
Celet* Weirauch. Mrs. Gilbert ardson the cake.
Lee and Mrs. IN Sanders, Sr. The other guests were: Mrs.
Sam Grundy, Mrs. Emilio ho-
IitW ANm IO- Woman's Club drigues Mrs. William Hawkins,
Afeet~lg Mrs. Wayne Manion, Mrs. Ro-
The monthly General AS- bert Hill, Mrs. Charles Swim,
sembly of the Colon Unit of the Mrs. Luther Goodman, M r .
Inter-American Woman's Club Frederick Little and Mrs. Ricar-
was held Monday at the Club do Vasquez.
building with Mrs. Marta Nino, ---Old
presiding. Two-Year Old Celebrates
The p r e si de n t introduced John Christopher Workman,
three new members who were son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L.
unable to attend the member- Workman, of New Cristobal cel-
ship tea. They were: Mrs. V. W. ebrated his second birthday
Adler, Mrs.' T. H. Zuidema, and with a circus party at the home
Mrs. Jeannette Windrem, of his parents.
A program of piano selections A circus ckke centered the re-
was rendered by Miss Maricha freshmerit table and balloons
Tigaropulow. were used in the decorations
Mrs, ra Bell and Mrs. Isa- and given as favors.
belBcU gave reports in English Twelve young friends and
and Spanish on the buffet sup- their parents attended.
per which was given to cele- .
brate the sixth anniversary of Lieutenant and Mrs. Clark
thet Cb. Saii fto States
Mrs. Catita, Osorlo and Mrs. Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard
Charles Whitaker gave Span- C. Clark, of Fort Davis, with
Ish reports on the membership their son Richard R. sailed yes-
tea. The president thanked the terday for New York.
tdibe who helped in both of Lieutenant Clark is retu ring
these successful affairs, to inactive duty, after serving
'Plals were made for the rum- with the 764th AAA Batallion
mage sale to be held the end at Fort Davis since last March.
of the month. All memh ers are They will make their home in
requested to bring their contri- Camden, Delaware.
bu on to the Club. If they can
not do so they are requested to Sodality Installs Officers
call the chairmen, Mrs. Gun- The Sodality of the Imma-
ther Hirsehfeld or Mrs. Freder- culate Conception Church, in
Ick Haseloff. Gatun, held an installation of
The mo*isty card party will officers in the Church with Fa-
be held t Monday, and all their John Tumelty, C.M., offi-
member are Invited to bring elating.
t nds. The following officers as-
lessonMtAre be in t I sumed 'thetf*dutles in at. Im-
tar Tudglay at 3:30 pressive ceremony: Prefect-


O Frilckl J. Brady is no longer connected
wi'hf Wilford & Mckay, inc., effective
October 13, 19523...



BIG SALE
To make room for a shipment of new
merchandise which we are expecting.





TeL 63407
-^---4th-Stree-----'-m-lid-ng


mwe .e. atl '53 Dodge Cars
.. _spo.-, .a" 378 Gel Prke (uls,

Mrs. B. F. Slaughter, vice-pre- aM Pli ROdvYlh
feet-- Mrs. Joseph Hannr an W "'=
Secretary-T r e a s u r e r- Mrs. .mrr Oct. ,
Clifford Asbury. DI ROrlIT, Oct. i < ) ,---
Ciord Asbury. Dodge today announced price
A social evening was enjoyed cuts ranging upwards from 5
In the Parish Hall ot the per cent on some of its forth-
Church following the meeting. coming 1953 automobiles.
A Hallowe'en theme was used
with witch candles, and orange The price reductions, to be
zinnleas in a harmonizing bowl announced with the introdu?-
on the refreshmenttable. tion of the cars Oct. 23, wIll
The door prize was won by mark the first time since World
Mrs. Milo Kissam. War II that a major automo-
.... .bi.. le producer has brought out a
Mrs. Hamer IGuest completely new car with lower
Mrs. Hamer Is Guest trice tags.-
In Transit price tags.
Mrs. Walter Hamer, of Costa Industry observers believe the
Rica, was a visitor on the Isth- Dodge 'move may set the stage
mus, Tuesday, en route from for similar reductions by other
the States, where she put her makers on their new models.
children in school to her home. Kaiser Frazer announced cuts
She was the luncheon guest of on its 1953 models Tuesday av-
Mrs. William E. Adams while in eraging $15.70.
port. I ... ...-- .


Informal Morning Coffee
The bi-monthly sewing group
met at the home of Mrs. Lee
Nash In Gatun, Tuesday for a
morning cof.ee.
The members of the group
who attended included: Mrs. H.
F. Paddock, Mrs. L. E. Stevens,
Mrs. H. F. Paddock, Mrs. Sam
Mauldin, Mrs. Edward Cox, Mrs.
Fred Willoughby, Mrs. T. F. Fels,
and Mrs. Carl Nix.

Catholic Daughters Plan Social
Catholic Daughters of Amer-
ica, Court Our Lady of the Mi-
raculous Medal, No. 874, will
hold Its monthly social next
Monday, In the Parish Hall at
7:30 p.m.

Hard Times Party At
Saddle Club
The Joy Group of the Gatun
Union Church Auxiliary has
been invited to a Hard Times
Party to be given at the Sad-
dle Club Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
by the members of the Grace
Group of the Auxiliary.
Guests are asked to wear old
clothes, in keeping with the
times and the party, and come
with or without husbands. A
good time is in view.

Newcomers Introduced At
Informal Coffee
Mrs. Janice Smith, of F or t
Gulick was hostess for an in-
formal coffee given at her
quarters to introduce two new-
comers to the post. The hon-
oress were: Mrs. Evelyn Preult
and Mrs. Barbara Senfert.
Mrs. Jean Curtis presided at
the coffee table.
The other guests were: Mrs
Edith Waskom. Mrs. Margaret
Jenkins, Mrs. Bettle Burnfleld,
Mrs. Maxine Lucky. Mrs. Lillian
Watson, and Mrs. Bettle Wea-
ver.


43 Dead In Mexican

Floods; Disease,

Slarvalkon Feared
VILLAHERMOSA, Mex., Oct. 16
(UPi Forty-three persons were
reported dead today in floods
that devastated Mexico's Gulf
Coast and brought the threat of
disease and starvation to thou-
sands.
Tabasco state Gov. Francisco J.
Santamaria estimated the pro-
perty damage at over $35,000,000.
Releasing the first casualty
lists he said the death toll was
expected to mount as new re-
ports are received from stricken
areas.
"Virtually the entire agricul-
tural wealth of my state has
beer: washed away by floods. It
will take decades for the people
of Tabasco to recover from their
present losses," the governor
said.
Large quantities of DDT ar-
rived by airlift f;om Mexico City
to be used against an expected
outbreak of disease.
At least 156 persons have died
In a four-month series of floods
thal have swept both coasts of
Mexico.
Thousands of flood victims in
Tabasco and Veracruz states
were reported marooned by the
latest Inundations.


The 1953 Dodges win oe com-
pletely restyled and half of them
will have V-8 type engines. Pri-
ces on some of the new V-8's
S'- "w -'ow elrrent six-cylin-
der models. Others will remain
8 d nd wo models will
cost "slightly more."
I-resident W. C. Newberg said
his Chrysler division was able
to reduce prices because of new
manufacturing techniques, new
plans and the new design of
the 10 body styles.




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Children Welfare Fund Boxing Balboa High Big Favorite Mido Multifort Tourney NeaiS


Card Set For Clayton Oct. 31 T Trounce Green Wave Closing Stages At Brazos Clb
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F C. H. S., J. C. Evenly Matched


IFor Mt. Hope Clash Saturday


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N.-xt to the Balboa-Cristobal scouted and will be putting in
'Xgotball game, scheduled for Mt. plenty of overtime hours working
Hope Oct. 24, and only because on that kind of defensive meas-
gpf the keen rivalry existing be-;ures. The line seems to be more
.-tween those two high schools, the than appropriate for handling
Athletic Club engagement against anv rushing attacks.
the Cristobal High eleven ranks Tickets for this game. Satur-
high on the list of top gridiron dlay night at Mt. Hope Stadium.
games to be played on the Isth- all already on sale on both sides
-mus this year. If statistics mean of the Isthmus. Pacific-siders
s.Anything, and past performances vwihbing to get th-eir tickets in
"*hai proven to us that the Jam- advance can do so by calling at
boree is the best medium of corn- Balboa High School or by phon-
puting statistics, the Saturday inQ the Cristobal gymnasium. At-
night game betw.-en these grid- lantic siders should have no
iron hot-rods should contain trouble finding tickets, for they
moreoe thrills than there are pills are all over the Gold Coast.
in the probervial "Bottle of little r______aove_ .
livyr pills." i
Let us quickly review the Jam-
boree record of thew- two teams
"-ud thereby set a medium of de
,t!ermining the winner by pre- El m
S-game prognosticators. The Athle- I !aI
"tl'c Club defeated Junior College -
6-0 then went on to play two _
,le one aaginst BHS 6-6 and-
.,another scorelessly against the
Ieam they now meet at Mt. Hope. By BEANS REARDON
Cristobal on tb,; other hand play- 24 Years in National League
Ac I spired ball against the Bull- Written for NEA Service
ogs of BHS and won that por-runner
tion of the Jamboree 13 to 0, then Question. There's a runner
on third. He starts to steal
proceeded to edge Junior College home. The pitcher steps off the
.4 t3 nothing before their score- mound and throws to the plate.
less ti.- against the Athletic Club. The batter attempts to bunt,
From that point of view one misses and the catcher misses
-'ould assume that the Tigers of the ball. What is the ruling?
Cristobal hold a slight edge. But Bill Younekin.
-the Athletic Clubs' total in first Answer: The baserunner is
downs clearly indicate that their out on account of interference
driving power is one that cannot by the batter.
be looked at slight.,nly, for they Q. If a batter swings at a
out-first-downed all the compet- third strike and the catcher
ing clubs in the Jamboree with drops the ball, does the batter
10 Cristobal had only 3. have to run directly to first
The working boys of the Ath- base?-Paul Van Wyk.
letic Club have a well-balanced A. Before this year's World
line while on the other side of Series, the Amer:can League
tli, fence. Cristobal's power on ruled that a batter was not
th- line stems mainly from Ver- out until he was tagged or the
nonr Bryant the heftv six foot bali was thrown to first, whe-
.center. Art Sherry of the A.C. their he started for the bag or
payed Vernon a tremendous corn- not. In other words, he co-'ld
plpment when he told this writer go to the dugout, even get a
that If thbre was any member of drink of water if he wanted to,
the Cristobal team that he would and still be safe as long as he
like to see sitting on the bench beat the ball to first base--
"'hen they are playing A.C., it provided, of course, he didn't
would certainly have to be Bry- run outside the line to avoid
,.on. Art is one of the first-string being tagged. Commissioner
guards on the A.C. eleven whose Ford Frick changed the rule
line averages better than 165 to read for the Series that a
Deu ids. batter who turned toward the
C..Cr stobal comes into Saturday dugout after a dropped third
;isht's game fresh from a 15 to strike would be automatically
-2 win over Junior College at Bal- out.
-,boa last Friday night. As a mat- Q. The Polo Grounds and Eb-
ter of fact, despite the fact that bets Field have short right field
Balboa won Jambore,' honors on number of home runs. In which
"first downs after winding up in nark has the most home runs
a tie, 19 to 19, with Cristobal. the been hit since 1942? Adolph
Blue and Gold have yet to be out- Jamieson.
'kcbred. A. From 1942 through '51, 717
-.-With the exception of one safe- homers were hit at the Polo
'.". all of C.H.S.'s scoring a- Grounds, 531 at Ebbets Field.
against the College was accom- Q. In which season did Dizzy
polished in an aerial attack a- Dean win 30 games? Jack
against which J.C. F.'emed to James.
have no adequate defense But A. Dean had his only 30-game
make no mistake about it, the season with the Cardinals of
Athletic Club had that game well 1934.


The Fort Clayton Special
Services Office has announced
that tickets are now on sale for
the Children's Welfare Fund
Boxing Smoker to be held at
the Fort Clayton Gymnasium
on Oct. 31.
Tickets can be purchased at
the Fort Clayton Service Club
at any time between now and
the day of the smoker. They al-
so will be available at the gym-
nasium that night.
Personnel on posts which
have fighters scheduled for the
smoker, will be able to buy
their tickets from their Post
Special Services Office from
IMonday. Oct. 20, through Wed-
nesday, Oct. 23. Personnel from
posts without fighters Involved,
civilian workers and all others
desiring to attend must get
their tickets at Fort Clayton.
Managers and trainers of the
vw rious boxing teams in the a-
rea will meet at the Fort Clay-
ton Service Club Friday morn-
ing to arrange the bouts for the
evening. It is hoped that the
top card of the year can be ar-
ranged in order to give the box-
ing fans a full evening's enter-
tainment. Tickets will sell for
one dollar ringside and fifty
cetns bleachers. All proceeds
for the evening will be turned
over to the Children's Welfare
Fund.


\Natlve- Dancei"
GRAY GHOST Native Dan-
cer will be tried for distance
for the first time in the mile-
and-a-sixteenth of Jamaica's
Eastview Stakes, Oct. 22.
(NEA)

Pedro Miguel Boat

Club Dinner-Dance

Scheduled Saturday
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
Invites its members to the re-
gular monthly free dinner and
dance to be held at the club
Saturday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m.


Both teams will be going after their first In-
terscholastic Football League win tomorrow night
when Balboa High School plays host to the Junior
College in the first clash of the season between these
two teams.


It will be the quick hitting,
deceptive T formation of the
Bulldogs against the power run.
ning and long passing of the
Green Wave's .single wing. Thus
far this season the Bulldogs have
knocked off the Athletic Club
Rams 13 to 6 and then backed
into the championship of the
Mount Hope Jamboree. J. C., on
the other hand, lost their only
full game last week to Cristobal,
15-2.


In spite of the fact the BHS
roster will list almost 38 boys,
they will have to count on yoe-
man service from a tried and
tested few to carr y t h'e m
through. They will be minus the
services of two boys who have
played key roles in their victo-
ries thus far. Ted Norris, speedy
halfback is out of this game for
sure, and maybe for the season.
Joe Oliver, the bulldozer guard,
injured in the A. C. game, has
been pronounced out of football
for the year by the medics.
Bill Fulletin will, in all pro:
ability, get the offensive call
to fill Norris' shoes, while the
chore will fall to Larry Keene
on defense. Bob Glud has been
filling in the vacant guard po-
sition, but his lack of weight
may cause his coaches to use a
heavier man on defense against
the power attack of the Greeh
Wave.
Front here it appears that
Bruce Orvis and either Tom
Davidson or Don Huff will get


the call at offensive ends, while
Tom Jenkins and Jim Jones will
handle the defensive flanks. Jim
Fulton will do double duty at
one tackle birth, while Carl Wl-
dell will be the offensive start-
er for the other side of the line,
with Ronnie McConnell spelling
him on defense.
Walt Benny, 205 pounds of
guard, will also be a double duty
preformer on one side of the line,
with Glud, Bob Lomedico, Miles
Pace and Fred Cotton alternat-
ing at the other. Cotton will hold
down the offensive center posi-
tion, and might find himself
taking over as defensive guard
if the situation warrants.


In addition to Fulleton and
Keene in -the back field, Jim
May, lefthaf, will handle both
an offensive and defensive job.
He will be the man the J. C. de-
fenses will have to stop if they
plan to hald the Bulldogs vaunt-
ed running game. Jimmy is the
big gun the Bulldog's attack,
and. goes equally well as either
a pass receiver, shooting up the
Inside, or swinging around the
flanks.
Two veterans will probably
share the fullbacking duties in
the Red and'White machine. Bob
Morris, fast improving on the
offensive side of the game, might
oust Francis Boyd from the
starters role. Both boys, however,
will see plenty of action on de-
fense, as they are the main line-
backers for the Bulldogs.


Ampudia-Martinez Semifinal


May Steal Show Sunday Night
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The semifinal of S u n d a y it may be gathered that the "ex-
night's Black-Bill-Leslie Thomp- perts" will not be surprised if
son eight round main go bids Isidro comes out of this battle
flar to steal the show from the with a blemished record.
principal event. The six-round On the basis of superior ex-
semi-wlndup between Isi d r o perience and past performances,
Martinez and Rodolfo Amnpdia, Ampudla should whip Martnles.
two sensational Go I d C o as t Rodolfo has met fith iutand-
featherweights, is the main lopic nlag young stars as Thompson,
among fight fans these days. Pedro Tests and Al Stewart, giv-
Martinez, who was not out- ing a good account of himself
standing among the amateurs, each time.
has leaped to fame during the
short time since turning pro. In his last outing, AmpudiaI
Isidro is unbeaten and wins with displayed unusual punching and
increasing ease each time out. precision sharpshooting. He bat-
He recently turned back Pana- teied Manuel Gongora to a pulp
ma's up-and-coming Beau Jack in three rounds and the referee
II among others, had to stop the bout.
Sunday night's battle will be Sunday night's program will
the toughest hurdle Martinez has get underway at 7:30 p.m. in or-
faced thus far. On this occasiit, der to enable Pacific side tana to
the experts are quoting even catch the 10 p.m. train to Pana-
odds take your pick. From this ma.


Carter Regains Lightweight


Crown On Unanimous Verdict
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CHICAGO, Oct. 16 (UP) -
last night recaptured the world
lightweight, crown in a 15-roun4
championship bout with Mexico's
Lauro Salas, 131.
The victory was an easy one
for Carter who was an ample
winner on the scorecards of each
of the three officials. From the
opening gong, Carter forced the
fighting and was In complete
command.
Salas had taken the title from
Carter on a split decision in Los
Angeles, California last .*ay 14.
Prior to that clash, Carter had
beaten Salas on decision.
This time there was no doubt of
Carter's superiority. Salas hardly
connected a solid blow through-
out the contest. At the end of
the fight, Salas appeared to be
tired while Carter.was still fresh
and forcing the fighting.
Carter is the fourth light-
weight champion in history to


regain this title. Salas was the
only Mexlcan ever to gain univ-
ersal recognition as a world
champion I any division.
The United Press scorecard
gave Carter nine rounds, Salas
two and four draw. One Judge
voted 84 points for Carter, 66 for
Salas, the other Judge scored 81
to 09 and the referee had Carter
winning 82 to 68. The United
Press alP sacred 8 to68 In favor
of Carter.
The only two rounds won by
Salas were the eleventh and 12th
in which the Mexican gambled
desperately for a knockout. Car-
ter, however, weathered the at-
tack calmly and gained a draw
in the 13th.
Carter finished the last two
rounds with a violent two-hand-
ed attack that wiped out Salas'
last hopes of victory. Salas was
unable to fliht back during the
14th and 154h and "covered up"
untllthe final bell. .


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The annual Mido Multifor
Tournament Is approaching their
closing stages at theM. Braso
Brook Country Club 'with th
completion of the quarter finals
These matches were closely.
contested and there were two big
upsets Inamuch as th teamt
picked by the experts to meet in
the finals are now on the side-
lines.
The Williams Bipson team
displayed early foot, as they say
at the racetrack, and quickly
won the first two holes against
the combination of Col. B ob
Alexander and "Herhie" Toleda-
no. However, the colonel played
as good a game as he talks and
be was ably supported by Tole-
dano with the result that they
wore down the favored opposi-
tion by a 2 and 1 score.
The other upset could be at,
tribute to the first. tactical er
ror of the year by the usually
astute Capt.- Koepke. Partred
by the fair and fetching Harriet
Serger against the Pacbeeo-
Wood team, the captain decided
not to accept the offer of the
opposition to postpone the puls
pending better weather condi-
tions.
The ,match was played In the
deluge which hit the Atlaqnt
side on Sunday afternoon. The
rain never let up and :Harriet
Serger's game suffered the most
with Pachecho and Wood win-
ning another close match 2
and 1.
The looker room gossip has It
that Koepke, as usual, wasn't so
dumb. He has many trophies on
his sideboard at Coco Solo and
his .fair partner did need some
assistane across the many
brooks caused by Sunday's de-
luge.
The remaining matches were
as follows-
Applequist-Addler disposed of
MacDonald-Tustin 4 and.3 whilst
Plaia-Serger won with a similar
score over Wellson-Brantly.
The semifinal matches mqst.be
completed by Sunday, Oct. 19.

Sports Shorties


By UNITED PRESS
FOOTBALL
Coach Paul Brown of Cleve-
land says leg injuries will keep
end Dalte Lavolli and halftbck
Ken Carpenter out of the NTa-
tional Football League game in
Philadelphia this Sunday. De-
fensive halfback Howard Hartl
of Pittsburg hat 'a'wrenche
knee and wvll miss the hom
game with Washington also on
Sunday,;
RACE OF THE DAY
NEW YORK. The "objec-
tion" sign flashed at Jamaica
yesterday, and Alfred Vander-
bilt's "Social Outcast" came out
the winner In the.$20,000 Rem-
sen Handicap.
The chestnut two-year-old -
ridden by Eric Guerin ran se-
cond to "Jamie K" in the actual
race but was moved up,to first
when the winner was disquali-
fied for drifting out in the
stretch. Guerin gave Soclal Out-
cast a good ride, rating the colt
off the early pace, then moving
to the Inside in the straightway
for a run at the leader. Jamie
K held on for a note victory at
the wire, but pictures of the race
upheld the foul claim.
Social Outcast covered the
mile and one sixteenth of fast
New York track in one minute,
45 and two fith seconds. The
winner paid $11.40, $7.10 and
$4.70. "Putney ".which ran third
beofre the foul claim, was placed
second and "Ted's Jeep was
given third place.

P.W.G.. Monthly,

Annual 'Hndcap'

QualHying Sna*rdy
The regular monthly tout-
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This is. also a litying
date for the .
A. Handigap 7613a
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Sidelights
Editor's Not: This is the
Sfth in a series f articles deal-
ing with the Lake Worth High
School football team. This is
the team Balboa High will
play in the Second lethmian
Bowl Gase on November 28th
at Batoa Stqdtsup. kets for
This gne ae known. sale and
can M- purchase' from either
the Balboa s igh School office
or the Gymnaaium'Office.
The maroon and white clac
Trojans of Lake Worth Hig
have completed almost half 0f
their schedule, with four game
played, and five yet to go. Thuw
far they haven't faired too well
After dropping the opener to
a strong West Palm Beach tean
13 to 20, the Trojans ewnt on to
run a oea netat with Fort Pierc
19-19. On October '3rd they in-
vaded a Pahokee'd home r, and
came back with a 13 to 6 victory
Last Friday, October 10th, 1te3
traveled to Key West to do bat-
tle with a vastly improved Con-
che team, and were victims .of
what Florida Sports writersre.
ferred to as a rude upset. Kep
West pasted a resounding' 20 tc
7 defeat on the Trolanh.
Lake WOrth will take thi
.weekend off restigp f or.. the
labt half ot their eule which
will Include sure teams as Stuat,
Vero Beach, Belle Glade, Clewft.
ton, Seacreptk and finally thbls I
one of the eason, the t Ihe, t1at
Bowl game with alboa Hh.
Coach W. H. Cook, head atn
of the fl atingkLake Worth Tro-
Jans, a Ilemly shortage
of reservft, but r the season
progress he is developing enough
boys o that he should certain.
ly be able -toreallte his goal of
the two platoon ystwm by tha
time the Balboa g-a-i imes
around.
Cool has right now a yet
and tricky backfield o a-
tion In the persons'5iif -
niches at q$rte
Barnes and Al tt t h_
halfbacks, and Jetry dezan
at Fullback. Abela ._,i l
backs are such .lht e-
-man as Larry B r. at
guard, Hershey U M at
center, Ed Walpole at a nd
Henry Walpole at one of e end
spots.


So *M boy hM self
amazing forecasts for the Satur.
day grid contests.
Td a study concerns the influ.
once of the dot star. Sirius, on
Coming sports events. Slius,
t hih also 1is known as Canis
, Major (the greater dog), ha& a
o. Oflanlon satellite. Thlsa-itur-
day the hellace position ot ir.
IUl and its comp anon sta iag.-
Sgest great athletic vktorit for
e the underdog.
- Therefore I. have selected aj
Late of winners in whia the un-
derdog will defeat the taorle
tuch aa Iowa beating WisaontfHi
I 7you1will pardon the' pui thi
What I calla Sirius matt ej.
heh I
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when I say that Arkemad
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Iawa 1, WIseewmul ge.
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Nweterna '",, hlJan 13
Pnamrdue S, NteNme 1
Kansas 3, OMshema 132
MIsou rl. O2O A.A'& M. I1
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MiR. St. 2, I tO
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RlC 2, So. Methodit 1w
Tex. A.& 1. Tex.Chriml4
Oregon taLt 12 se. Calif. I
Orekie 20. Wa n 14
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A*A -m Iishaa 08WedO vs. Nirth Western
T OLDEnUMN AgdS tRIN A f 7 | (Home Tea Pinst)
,*5 pt 5+ C.ll"e vs. Vilaa.y *4A t -r.,...ut A ..
Be App roved (2) N- vu r&T e
Of W tS o ~ in A) a| th -ad v m ,m <(2) Michissn Tse Noesrtl Macuse,
Thoeran e was tyedvs. E atealraneo UdIf t -e *Ntew e


WO iir iW -tit ruesmed I NEW YORK, Oct. 16. The M (.) vs. lm, Missapp tate vs. Fl tuckr.
Srter a B asketyol L ka vshas TOEI m uo () M--te S.tate v6 C***s. K Ce*ut s...
npt yet ageeogie yung fieseas, sl. vM org Stew vs. 3iewad University
S ment Who became Iny olved In col State vs. Mrri Morris rawn vse Flefi Ae M
d" era were broad, lege basketball scandals a fresh 04osma west Okl.a Mas.t union va. Alm"
ae a start as professionals. *-.Murray State vs. Evasevillel
upp. Stick a football in 111 John J. O'Brien, the president ed* a. a s ..l vs. weelr
atom head him into s who reorganized the circuit in T Newbery vs. Witffdr
and weasa shoulder 1928. doubts very much tlat con- S Nw Hampahre vs. Springfeld
calr tklersB a truck It tracts signed by them; and niot -west Ch-lNer state vs. Lack ve *-New Mexice AM "v. Texas Western
p4 puddle ws tt e pedes Ra Yet submitted, would be ap rov- asu N*ow Mco Highland vs.. Now Mexeic
I ,u aift t eed by the required two-thirds SAUwRDAY O E 14 N ew2 e..
lmft r'idlngaaseM- vote of the magnates. *-Abiee Christian vs. MM7r r CrSa s. Dukewt
a omMa If bhe were not retiring, Oct. BAmbriht v. ..Mbrg North Carolinae vs. Wake Forest
23, because of press of usmaine A.at&he vs. Car.sge Tec. -.North Cars Slia vs. cWake s Art
game of the sea- anyway, O'Brien definitely woutd Alma v.. orcet Tas State vs. Air
tllull fi l in teI bltake a walk like Gromyko with ABhanst BeY vs.,t GSoualr Force vas.
the accepted registration of one -Arha5* AM&N V.. Southern U Nerthwestern vs. Michip"
of the a~matized athletes, ,-Adkose State vs. Tennessee Teck. Oberlin vs. Wittenberg
as.. 67s alaed fresh- A Over-enusiastic club owners Asmy vs. Pittsburgh ao Se hntem
mh In t n. Thea kid obviously are dealing with them, *.AMustia a (S.D.) vs. Iowa Teachers O sklahoma MM vs. Misaluri


ly, -e wca idl a the best dumpin games while with Long s wdan ev. WiAas ype. Nib.sake
H fut'adk i I.tsland U1iversity. While starring *-- *sI crl C ,n vs. udwa..Wallac *.Pesrdiae vs. Teimla t |sl
a tas.rti-owners of the National radree W. wPhnndr. S v. ev
ao B Bgot oalrltoi0t.ail- Bs ketar Aoetatoon's Indiana- S tat clrslnco. ted P "n vs. Lafayettebars
d iote "the finet freshman pl Olympians, O r osa an d Dutes vs. srheansr
ba90t I've A Oeeh 8bplstitute the Beard were exposed as shaers of bt*in vc. is. ooPpcic (asd.) P .n Netr a ttn
word I ophbmore to bring the point bers e of remarkable *.c trs P ve ss Fran c islandd v.o M etashiim tt
phbe.'S an to ,.te, and Ameche h S OP. entUnka teams. sSatnd oo hrs ter .
still fills thea bill. tAU8 NBA cel fwn. vs. sat a sCa L.,.. E.. r.
Bill Nreotdly sed Cae (Ws) e. Valpar state v Nr
Ph h- St. Mic*ael's vs. Amermina ntIrn
W lsonn's great run nn g Wi S| with | tE r sa lTh is former ien- *dc.. Tc a v. Jaw.aoe hiar. S v. Jarv s. ..
-epme. possibly the best in the PuMg te stW alwart is Iundin dit Cdale vs. Ao* St. Olaf vs. Carleton
sBle Te n c"te p'e-war days, re- D 4g m Nw York on a perjury aont tl Msig e. S v lve, ark t nd his thunder burSts. charge that stemmed from the .tSt. s e. W) S.e Isa ond vs. Mist A .hse t
u8, f t -molittagdAo b inOUte oint point. mbe of rexl. .cari ll, ttvs. W Fnis.Samuel *c vs. vs. ishe p
.s De ad Stl of W Atdan All thetfud ers have been ban- hewSat Dlgo State vs. Redlands
a lit somtaupsyleonf -------d by the A for life. and O'-A cetra Stat (0o) vv t e' vs. N mn..b ur St. t
sti g +sthb rnalar. "h Bi accountant for sa Wll Caron v. vs.ous S aw re vs. A.lreat
his gut b knocked out." ol i ct- -.* Ca Aa1e tl.)
P1At. dent Maurioo Podoo oXf and the c-- 5.. COh vSll SOuth Carelna State vs. ar.
B the a wetrfold Koshand major ganisation C v cC n Sou Da state vs. He.th Dakut. a
h h as powerful 00-unde-plu"t i "I' help any of them obtain celras Ml tnat v s.ame ust iu
1. %ea srsislder. an -u a Jm Aobt but not in basket ball" Ceubtl st. Pe ylva.la lueuldte Eater Lui .ana--.Mds .
er fo~ openitl a The Aserican is the original cr tland. a I-t, *sa s. shoen ws *a
nTseedl-ias. He has ...oan league, aand outr ai e Dartint y V. rRu Si rssfate tat.w.s Stoeaut-
sing sd fore f bigL man,1 J L of the three dpression years it Dt-n*. V. cC-amp U e.a .e.ut n.atitut vs. u Clair. Statw .
his *ct .'3. se has functioned every Winter donas v.. cCse Ws.* Is.hu Stat (Temple) v. Wet.
^ vo then lefttiak !fflm id.A* since 1928. W have barred play Dear.r vs. aut wts Sv ater
S halfback n arlaned o' ** ere when we only nuspe oteda'mon D rtaw vs. ~seratr* (C-.) th Wme te vs. AlabamN
h a pefinl channeled key u-siness. We couldn't take .A *ol v. Are v vAi T t sTn
tr d alf- them to court. It was difficult to Pedayuesve U. (ODuth hra E k) AIM vs. TMas Chry.ist Uni.
',.y Wl tJshoulderhs nor- uan 0nII iu u JlauK prove until Distrl0t Attorney Ho- a.i., _ralt er
o.f loveran saw fit to spend consaidera- *mpeuds Stae vm Oah *T ou TTeh v.. Sate ,
H o .o. _. o"-oe money 1and put in a lot of Plek s. Diared Tex a.l v.. Ards. a o
er tesica t up e edt time. *.MA r s stae. C(aimpaI) vs.. ca &u er s.. "c nese pV. Aulr. AM M
he P uggt as c Intose Red w tln never acceptable unless his ree- 7or.a I.s. Qeae MarIuase UIT.C.lA. I. Sa e.r
St* a n l drat b rt Ue Se t oe ord was as clean as a sound's *-"rt vDae stae e. Alabm AIM Uams (i..) vs A elam r
*.Fm uIIru and half- m trankSts U. ( Dultha ch v s. a& Dvsrl T -r. vrn VT, al-'
4.~*,'~...t-*~prove0 E u DistriN GAtr Ho- a hiatu
I t w n a.s hta nr tie l-a t a s, Ane IFul lbak nt A cumer- a tauel cub to, .Y C1,ta.Teh- y t le.
ll eiom oe a. .... e q e i s .t v a
,.H~ *nd ikes- s D ialadn bs Jo on a w
o le anMavid m o en at -te I n at of Pk TWasiner vs. ekn sa wtrn
formeroWn er f rOfAn- Speed a Ti e- erid rck aSnd Manc etereon n Watr '. a ..clt (W.V C)M
th a broot tcn. Conn. The AmerIan may take Idhe. Nork ake state t Stae v a S.a
Suhrer- Eastern Leagueo Pennylvania Ima vs. Temp Western Maland vs. Dickliasmen
s f S erib ey in the W0n Vey area was sata vs. crad Weoau. Mvte M vi. e.-1d
+tr e Reap ,, Sair Poi ttavlle, Ioa Ves. WIseesin Westmiaettr vy. Crave City
SrOta and hads SWaEP c. h lPei and asl a uI 1a. Valley State -. Tuls Wheanon vs. Illadsel Wes.r
WnO Oct. 15 (UP) h ba nitely has a place in the s. r Kent state vs .oe university Wltwth vs. Wetern washin ta,
S ---- "That's whr it started. Fort Kae s vs. Monamntk T -Wahitgt vs. psnt (0.)l
.A+lihAll A Set Sten sJ3winpwie be-" G" -c l---vs-M ..m(0.)

cap f0t Ja maica.*" i iw
chX,. as W --r 0rI1.th1 h40Alf. when the Fort Wayne club Leban.a Valy w. Upsala Yale vs. Camen
Sthr -year-ld hh t bebltoo e led Co s o Was first or'Fnised in our leaolte L i vs. vat. tyrt eY" smp v Marshall
took the "-++lef- l -+ -nr"N W gnie
oef th. ,oml out. -- ~mlln d things across, an we can do it
rate. Ioc n Qu ierMik .ROieah one -_- 'iI without taking in players guilty

0n"d Wik eleaa- vs. -it opi
cXnd. In New Wl -R w swift r n object town should rd lo N F
tto nan failed the teim scoring last year Eduication Sad ers WOODDURY, Conn. -(UP)-
7," the favorite, 1ade wito 4ppott v- Brn The question wvs.hether the
a ltf Md but tired An T'O wne work wlU det Sy lte town should permit the sale of
ud. In th n w te e de v Dw Wsynae I lat on ee o ed
I, 8 o. a 1d TAel eu- 'Teo-. te Comple(i In e toa av o'lock and at 8:02 the drys had
ic. n ti ee t, the i the r Vle the pool resetat v.s Cor mopped upW the wets no Sun-
smeo op a fasour ter rfh '" ueboiBs only lar schedule the vs day sales.


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JOE WILLIAMS
---- ------- ----^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- -^^'
For a long time second-rate owners with seeond-divisionlall
clubs have tried to alibi their shortcomings by making the n&*-
ager the sacrificial goat. They fired him and trusted the attesd-
ant hoopla to blind the customer to the real reason for the eaub's
failure.
It hasn't been as easy to peddle this ancient gold brick Ls It
used to be, though there's still a market for it. No one indiv ual
has done more by performance to expose the shabby fraudMian
Casey Stengel. For as long as baseball s played his care of
dismal swamps and lofty spires will testify that a manago'sf-
lity is not to be measured by where his club finishes nlthe.f
Just as Stengel himself is a unique and rather extraordiftl7 per.
son, so is his record. I 4oubt that baseball has ever known
anywhere near like it. Not too many people seem to remgder
Stengel managed in the National League nine years befrZ e
landed with the Yankees-and all the time he was man agrin
the other league, first in Brooklyn, then in Boston, he wasn't once
out of the .second division.
Actually in those days he was doing mighty good whe his
club got as high as sixth. He had a reputation as a clowned
while it's true you'd never mistake him for a Harvard
pologist, then or now, he was no drooling simpleton. Neverthie s,
the' reputation was a harsh rap and to many explained his ft,.
to win. -
YES, PLAYERS DO HELP
There were, however, a few who got behind the grease 4atat
and discovered the real Stengel. One was George Weias. In -the
early 40's Joe McCarthy developed a stomach condition whikh
caused him grave concern and he indicated he'd quit if it got o
better by the time the season ended.
"We ought to get somebody lined up in case Joe steps down,"
Ed Barrow remarked in the Yankee front office.
"I've got just the man for you," volunteered Weiss, then head
of the farm system. "Stengel." :
Barrow, the general manager, was incredulous. ,,,
"That clown!"
I hasten to add this was more an echo than a judgment be-
cause Barrow's duties were confining: he was not getting aroId
as much as Weiss, had seen practically nothing of Stengel and
all he knew was what he read or heard. Today, for inAt ae
Barrow can't make up his mind whether McCarthy or SeIel
runs a ball game with greater sagacity. W
Stengel has just won hii fourth consecutive World Be as
manager of the Yankees. Except that he is gayer and older jis
is the same Stengel, playing the same system, who had to -
gle year after year to stay out of the cellar with the NL e
managed. No one man's career has ever given a more -conv lng
and conclusive answer to the enduring question: Is it the 'Hn-
-ager or the players who win the pennants? '
Stengel may have done more than tie McCarthy's record (he
was the only other manager to win four series in a rowl' lid
drive the Bums deeper into the valley of despair. He may hive
permanently disarmed the unscrupulous club owner who mites
the manager pay for his deficiencies. Certainly, the elemealtry
facts of managing-as well as the relations of the players tothe
manager's success-have never been more dramatically presented
for public understanding.
STENGEL SPURNS THE HUNCH
Stengel is not exactly the missionary or crusading type bUt
it would, I'm sure, please him if his record helped bring greater
security and serenity to managers. There never was a man who
was more baseball-minded, who felt closer to the game, or, the
men it it. Baseball's his life.
This is one reason why Stengel is such an excellent manawr.
There can't be much about the game he doesn't know; he's. ben
playing since 1910 and managing since ,1925. I never saw tef*el
that he wamnt with baseball people and I never hear him tlt
wasn't talking baseball.
They've been calling him lucky ever since he started wiri
in the Stadium. A fellow can't be lucky that Iong or that otn.
As a matter of fact, every move Stengel makes is backed by rea-
son, and even when and If it fails he can prove to you why it'Wks
tried and why it had a good chance to succeed. He leaves the
hunch and the inspiration for the glamor boys.
Nobody was surprised when Stengel finally got around to'Mb
Kuzava as a relief pitcher this time, but last fall there werejtuys
in the press box who wondered how Stengel got out of his strat
Jacket when with the bases full in the ninth inning of the fial
game and nothing but right-handers coming up, he called on the
left-hander, and when Kuzava got the side out without a score
But the next day Stengel made it sound as clear and logntal
aS a three-foot yardstick. i
"What I needed at that moment was a fast-ball pitcher h
control who could keep the ball where they couldn't pull itIhinto
it make if he threw left or right? Throwing it where it wouldn't
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AFGE To Vote

On Reaffiliation

With CLU

The question oi whether to re-
affiliate with the Central Labor
Union was discussed in detail at
last night's meeting of Lodge 14, TWENTY
Amprican Federation of Govern-
ment Employes.


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people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 16, 1952. FIVE CENTS
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presided at the meeting in Ba- at
-bo. Clubhouse where nationaluntersverride
vice-president Rufus M. Lovelady
led off th.l discussion with an ex-
planation of the advantages of
L ero a n e ntor 1is r Ntons' Tr y gve ie
It was voted to bring up the
question for decision at the1 NEW YORK, Oct. 16 (UP) Senators whether he once was with an international organi- mit membership In the Com-
next meeting set for Nov. 19 Senators hunting Communist ac- assistant director of veterans' nation." munist Party,
and to notify the membetrhip tivity among American employes activities for the New York state He said that "to hold other- The graying, self-possessed Mrs. .,,
I advance that reaffiliatio f of the United Nations yesterday:Communist Party. wise would b'e to give traitors a Crawford told investigators 4he A PAUSE Far PRAYER-Deiegateto* e1t General~ae
w overrode the memorandum by i He declined to answer on his ready protection against disclo- had been a party member for a --k,*a nuinute of "lWbtyer or eitaition a .O A .&gl iti seventh p if l i~'
Secretary-General Trygve Lie li- rights under the Fifth Amend- sure." year in 1935, but had becamrhetme
The AFGE withdrew from the miting witnesses' testimony, ment of the Constitution. The Senators wound up their Inactive after one year. New York.It was e first time a t on met S.
Central Labor Union on July 21. Sen. Herbert D. O'Conor (D- O'Conor said: "A Senate first series of public hearings She said she now is a member ea l er"
1939 after some bad feeling had Md.) said his subcommittee committee cannot be stopped with a two-hour session, of the Progressive Party.
arisen between the "pencil push- had decided witnesses will be in its endeavor to secure facts At this session Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Crawford indicated she .
ors" and the craft unions over held in contempt of the Sen- relating to subversive activities Elizabeth Crawford, chief writ- still is in sympathy with some uiI
voting rules, ate for using the Lie memor- on our shores by Americans re- er for the U.N. children's fund, of the party aims "as I knew h e
voting rutes. andum as a basis for refusing gardless of their affiliation became the first witness to ad- them when I was a member."
At that time the Central Labor to answer questions about their .....
Union operated under the rules U.N. duties.
,of the metal trades groups, In his memorandum, Lie hadt
which ave each union two vots cited a U.S. law wh at Scholarships O pen 'Night Mu Fall'
regardless of membership. American t U N Debate h employes A ternoonimmune
from legal process relating to
Thus the white collar workers acts performed by them in' their O Pana m lar in St O ents L3S IIeClu *1
of the AFGE then some 450 official capacity... ex cept as TM NATIONS, N. Y., Oct. give first consideration to the election.
strong, found themselves out- such immunity may be waived 1 (UP) Secretary of State Korea war, Actually, well formed diplo.
flanked at union meetings by the international organiza- o- Enl a Aheson will hand the T6e Ste Committee td mata saw the "Iited States
where each small craft union- tion." Well-qualified young Pana- sistantships and 'fellowships Uitd Nations later today a no action onte request and left wiht ti uport
fungsobythhntrindicationaledecinioranizmpered-duwnfversion of the e o to Pae poiatscap group to ae- atfellow
sonie with only two or a hand- O'Conor indicated the decision manianmen and women wno covreing all expenses Seasoned theatrical personall- m redt-down vers ion of the it to the political group to de at. this time-( -trd vote
f of members-had the same to hold witnesses in contempt for would like to spend a year of In order to be considered for ties as wll as talented newcom- tean tes ar. nh es Te tean pro get any pforoalon
using the memorandumlvasbe a advancedth study In the United one of the wsfom- ed tate sources said that e enee hen the Po al the orean e through the a
eStates with the aid of a scholar- uate student should hve an dance when the Canal Zone Thea- the speech would be more "mo- Committee. 1,eets. sembly.
When the matter of reaffilia-cause of the refusal of Frank ship should file application im- outstanding academic record. ter Guild's production of "Night erateh te mar tee t. tely
tion was brought before the Carter Bancroft, a U.N. docu-teately accor Preer w be iven to rate than the maneuver There is no indication, tht A- Delay in tarting the debate,
AFGE in February 1951, the move ments editor to tell the commit- nouncement of the Panama applicants in the fields of study MusOct. 22 at th e Diablo Theater.ay, planned originally to rally supwn with the on wanted the Ko. S. prean de- they reasoned wold work on
was voted down becau., the same tee whether he had been instru- Committee on Study and Train- which will enable them to Oct. 22 at thme Dabo Th kesater. rt forn o n with tet bate before _the U. S. preadeial the s_._ of the United States.
situation existed. mental in preventing the dis- ing in the United States. make a contribution to the Npart of Mrs. Bramson in the efforts for a KOrean truce.
S't that time the powerful ma- charge of another witness. Eu-, Te local Selection Committee needs of their country and t
elitsunion had not reaffiia-ene Wallach, from his job as he local Selection advised that there better funds of their country between play also tak a change n pace Achesons opening' shot In the
teM with the American Federa- a steno-t yper will be several awards available their country and the United from her usual light comedy ore debate, ih expect-
tion of Labor, and could only Wallach refused to tell the on a competitive basis to both States. roles-her last was the part of ed' to d ifinate the General As-
participate in the local union -graduate and undergraduate There are certain fields of Eustacia in "Dover Road"--aId aem s event a al session,
confederation if the old voting students from Panama for edu- study in which it is very dif- plays the part of a cold-hearted wasdescribed as a general re-
rules stood, if tm e LOUfl cation in United States colleges ficult to obtain fellowships at invalid woman. view of the United States' con-
US Sutood 'm and universities during the the present time. Mrs. Sidebotham has teen ac- duct; of the Korean war and
Since then, however, the ma- a u 1953-54 school term. These include medicine, den- tive in theater work for many peaie efforts, lacking any saoe-
ehinists have returned to the tlays Execulion The committee will immed- tistry, veterinary medicine and years and "Night Must Fall" cific proposals or demands for
AFL. Voting power in the Cen- lately begin receiving applica- related fields, although there marks her fifth appearance on settlement of the conflict.
trial Labor Union is now on a | lions from Panamanians in- are possibilities in pathology Canal Zone stages. While in New n is the firit foreign
more representational basis. os pterested in the opoprtunities and radiology. York, prior to her arrival in the m l o t er of the major owers
which are provided through Candidates in pre-medical Canal Zone in 1938, she worked scheduled to appear in the as-
At last night's meeting. Gandy WASHINGTON Oct. 15 (P)- United States Government edu- and pre-dental studies cannot for radio station WOY in Sche- general or pocy -
was elected to represent the The Supreme Court postponed national grants and Institute be considered, nectady, both in dramatic pro- db an" Foreign ,Mnister ,,An
AFGE Lodge on the Canal Zone Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's of International Education fel. Better opportunities lie in ductions and on her own ly drut Y VForeign y is peteAnd to- -
Emergency Legislative Commit- date with the electric chair to- lowships and scholarships. the fields of education, business woman's program. She also ap- drspeak t Y. Viorskyi aertn..
tee formed to stop therent hik e t for m Application forms may administration, public welfarepered In stock productions at RUsl ok the 4nita n
and secure an investigation of atomic spies time for one more Appybeob-agriculture and law. Young wo.erdin
Canal operations, appeal. tained by applying in person men graduates have particularlyy Masahucollege In No.thampton, the Korean fuloelate.yesterd ay
Cana operations.__The tribunal stayed its order or writing to the Secretary, Pa- a good opportunity. Massachusettnama. by presstha bat ing tora flKorea d
of Monday, which rejected the nama Committee on Study Available to undergraduate a een nama, Mrs. ide btham bdio P n tthe Comm itbly bsO rt
death sentence appeal of the and Training in the United students wh h nrgra e has been aiated with1 Radio P0ieal Committee the
husband-wife team, to enable States, through the U. S. In- tedallofthirco ContinentalandRado Atlanto,U... presidential election on
J VC I DMlmI tU ee their lawyers to file a petition formation. No. 11 "I" Stret, on are tuition scholars well as with various little NoV. 4.
for rehearings with the h i g h the 2nd floor of the Panama limited number of awars s that thea r groups.a There had previously been a "
Reports On Panama' bench. Trust Co., Post Office Box 2016, include tuited onumber of and boards th Paul E. Davis, who portrays general agreement to defer the
g Staying the order automati- Balboa, C. Z. articularly for those desiring orean debate unt mid-Novem- .
FInancil Position call postponed the date of ex- Applicants in the Colon area a year's work in liberal arts- multiple-murderer, has a line of ber.
FnRancial P0os itio ecution. The couple has been in may secure the necessary forms the humanities or the natural stage, .radio and television expe- It had been intended for the
the death house in New York's at the Consulate of the United or social sciences. rlepce to his credit, having been Political. Committee to start
13-page report was submit- ng Sing Prison for 18 months. States Ninth Street and Roos- Undergraduates wishing to a member of the National Thes- work* next week on collective
to re t s m Attorneys must file the peti- velt Avenue, Colon. Association for the past measures against future -
ted to President Jos A. Remn appeal in 15 days. The court Applications must be filled apply must be able to pay for plans Aociation for he pas on, then move on to s
yesterday by the committee he seldom grants the reconsidera- out in every detail and returned their own travel. and for her five yearshe the fruitless efforts of the 12-
appointed last July to study and tlo n to the committee prior to r vacation and incidental ex- Davis. a member of the United -
make recommendations toward tion. to the committee prior to Fri- penses.states Air Force, was employed nation disarmament comnisslon,
raising his administrationward The Rosenbergs now m u s t day, Nov. 14, 1952. All applicants for scholarships by radio and television stations before reaching the Krean Itm.
e report sub mitted by show new circumstances or le- The qualifications of all can- and fellowshtos must be citizens WBAL and WBAL-TV in Balti- kHowever d Russia's Andre oo-"
a ode report.fseulbmwykiotdtmeadtbyscesx dgoodd d, ,l that the Poli-
CQ stroller General Henrique de gal questions that have arisen didates will be examined care- of Panama, in good health, of more before entering the service, tical Committee be instr uted to
Obrrlo, covers a period of week- since their conviction to obtain fully by thecommittee and the good moral character and in- and is currently a member of the
lyLssions from July 7 to Sept. a rehearing. most outstanding applicants tellectual ability., and have a staff of the Armed Forces Radio
3Q6..ad deals mainly with sug- They were found guilty of will be recommended to the In- competent reading, writing and Station lri Panama. i
s to solve the problem passing atomic om secrets to stitute of International Educa-speaking knowledge of English, .Da la pearance in Ca-
P5iti's floating debt. a Russian spy ring of which ton New York City. and a bona fide academic our- nal Zone theater was in the
,Que of the committee's recom- imprisoned British s ci dentist TheInstitute cooperates w those.
nations deals with the trans- Klaus J. Fuchs was a member, the United States Government They shall be under 35 years "Junior Mi Whererductin in d
formation of the Banco r-ienal Held up at' the same time n ts grants made under the of age. It as pointed out that t is s" both ahnd ...i he o" "
into a stock company bv selling was an order rejecting the ap- U. S. Educational Exchange any Panamanians now studying t an att eWI ac d BigA 1
slres tonthe pach r lad opsealeofMorton aouel t an ac- Program and with colleges, In the United States and desir- Crd g "
Some of the committee's su- complice of the Rosenbers He universities, civic groups and In scholarship assistance may Bob r imion, Inspector Belsize
to the private organizations in the not apDlv through the commit- of Scof ad Yard in tl e play, is T Curundu in t
ti Presidentlred habeen sentenced to 30 years United States in the coordinat- tee in Panma bt shold ly another profe nal actor now The r nd fre
I ented to the Ntoi a d s- The Rodeas enbergs still may p-ng and awarding of scholar-bdirectly through the rover of-In the servaie. Garrison has stu- out last A aY,
e o ge N e c ones Tul man ships and fellowships to stu- ficial at the institution now died under leadingtheatrical n- will be held this Satur d t ite
Another recommend action re- executive clemencyafter a dents In the other American being attended. structors In New York, and ha sameilace, t at a eren

A onote reacomm.t rtse n nrepats of exaeeu tandv ce er held professional states for sev- timeM9 r n o :30 d ao.m.
_ted on by the committee, court pleas have been exhaust- Irndidal awards may be yr General admission ts free, but
T eblfsodr considers its mission end- ed. sntrsdsmatte.ho.he rAryed
i contemplates a ourener Federal Judge Irving R. Kauf-co made from any one or more of I L sII TLt aNorma De lea. the Cockney Section of the grandstand are
scm e f Futhese sources e and they may maidI.n "Night -Must 1001;" has
c works plan prepared by man imposed the death sen- cover either all essential x- "ight Must Fa" vised to retain the for pr
* irblp of engineers. The com- tences in New York April 4, 1951,coensesthrpalltial exp s done drama work, in her native mentation this Satur lay
tp recommends that the after a 15-day trial. Evidence phees or partmi ttexpe.anEngland, and has been coached A special edl shuttle service
plt be carried out in four pha-.showed the tu osenbergs had re-uInstitute in turn seek candi- by her uncle, Herbert De Leon rwill be run from the lar" area
em one each year. played top secrets about t h eOdates of 'high academic and tho discovered and coached the near the Crundu t t te
rn the hrevort the committee atomic bomb from the Los Ala-, personal calibre, and preferably SBritish motin picture star PMar demonstration area. .e
id It is opposed to any gener- mos project in New Mexico t those who have not previously garetLockwvood. M starts at o 8: fa.r
. sal ry reduction in order to the Soviet Union. studied in ...the United Stat. Tick',ts for "Night Must FaHl No credentials will be nees-
Aie the country's present econ- In the appeal to the high'ee anoearenowavailableva4Ddgma'son sary for admission during the
emie crisis. court, attorneys argued t h at Eeven anantasthree I Tivol Avenue In Panama, or can period of the~ahow.
-.'owever. the committee aereecorl the death penalty for the crime 1 years. bnuthedIast threeJon "
tdQat adjustments should be made !constitutes 'cruel and unsuual Available to graduate stu- Forc.shIhtt be e innnd Ajont Aroea Fornhs traff,
t" order to eliminate nublic of- punishment In violation of thp dents are tuition fellowships, a The plums ripen oand fall from Balboa Crubhosl c bgvitonMw control te ill bson h fleo tro
c whic h have no specific Roase n be rg s' constitutional limited number -of maintenance the political tree only after clvwr also be bm f tayli 4 Panama fie.
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