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


P .*'- '.. .. ,o-a-- '
Pana a field Investigation of ment ard other valuables
t h e mysterious disappearance placed in a special compare i
earlier th#- mntir of a-t e 0,, lathe cabin.
000 In ca9d0 rm a DO-B bound The Pane made only two
from Miali tg Lhna spread to en route one at Pant,.
Pinami' Tocmnh Airport this the other at OU1 a i.:.
week. When the DC-6 reaheLUwm.
William PP.. wis.. thO.alrilne's the, canvas bag was fot to
minced the from his head- *BU gone. though other article
quarters Miam .live devn af- In the sack were undlaturbed.
ter the caf.wnrishe. roducteA I t rchat centorered lo.
the Toamrm investiHtlon with M timi ita1f 'futwa* later' tr
the pid 4 an as..itant from toaned to 4Atln America.
M -'m l. ; :. * I .-- .
th left veterdav for 0uaya .
caul to corttnun investigation of P 1 T Wot
L st week, LeW tA14 Mlaml fJft
newmn abe felt nit the
mbe had b*" ekoleim.e
Panagraremalomes at Tocumen 4
and others who ht hvo he d H _4 Of -u
access to the DC*.-errylfg the '" -"
funds wrb questioned. BAIGON, Oct.. It (UP) -'-the
Spotted communist assassination
William "J. I*. P-a n a t r a's of U. A mbabsadr Donald I ate
senior represpunatlvet in Pana- failed -uiortly before he Wz# to
mI. salG teday that the comuanv have -been killed at his iler
ha.s i kany finds on tb b mn
lta h9u xamoan in Panamai. frpe p t reported today.
The anlasnt $50.000 wax a eslh The p'ce -communique said
Nl im.t. Irom Chase National Heati we t arked for qlay a
Kik of Nbw york. de-s*ined fori a t Suj or M 'onday m
Credit Bak f Per. I 'wola- Asin Wcntltr on.-
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Court Fight


On Missing


CaMe Starts

A case involvIng 10 Panama-
nians and one American, accused
in Panama of severing commnt-
nications between Panama City
and Tabop,. w&A"transferred to
the DisXt4tLty. of the Superior
Tribunal td4y.
Bail for the 11 mie has been
fixed at $1000 each. Only three
of them have pyt up the money,
but it undeut 6,. ,it none of
the others arO -' beld. 1-
thou.h their ahiebt was ordered
Monday.
The amount &'cable involved
in the alleged theft i 31,000 feet,
valued at *3,669, according to
the summary of the case, now in
the DA's. office.
The sumnary -includes evi-
dence that George Berman. a
representative of the Panama
Metals and "Salvage Co., Inc.,
signed a coUtr$et with the Pa-
namaa Finanit lisbstry on Feb.
12 of this yea-to -remove Iron,
copper and leadfenmaterial from
the former U; S. defense sites on
Taboga, Chepl -San Jose and
other islands.
SThe. contrast. also gave: per-
tilssion to Jo0e A. Papay, who
was hired by uatan to remove
the material, to riinve the ma
terials *peclf d An the contract.
In a ptter receive. by "EL Pa.
nama America any
whop t)ree sons, .A. Jr.,
h c oe Jose
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Puts Bite


On CZ Cop

A Panamanian taxi driver
starts a 30-day jail sentence to-
dai after having been found guil-
ty of battery on a Canal Zone
policeman.
SThe defendant. Charles Alfred
Ortega,.41, was arrested by po-
Aiceman C. L. Gelswite for hav-
ing worn tires on hUi taxi and a
detective steering wh-el.
Geiswite then told the defend-
ant he wolld drive Ortega down
to the police station using his
taxi.
According to the defendant's
t.stimonv. when the taxi stopped
for a traffic light. he got ooftto
collect from his two passengers,
who were sitting In the back, qnd
tell them to go.
At thbi noint, Orte*A said LM
coirt today. he suddenlv felt
himself thrown to the around by
Gelswite whe began beating him.
In retaliation, the cab driver
lalims, he bit the policeman on
the let. Geiswite claln2ed the
driver b t him without provoca-
tion.
* On the traffic charge Qrte'7A
Was fined 10 and sentenced to 30
days it jail for the battery

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AFL Chieftains



To Aid Zonians'



Anti-Rent Plea
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) -- Howard Munro,
legislative representative of the Canal Zone Emergency
Legislative Committee, announced today that he end a
delegation from the American Federation of Labor have
been given an appointment to see Secretary of Army
Fraik Pace., Jr., on Monday.
The group will discuss with the Army official the
Somsplaints of Canal Zonions against rent increases.
The delegation that will call on Secretary Pace on
Monday will include George Meany, secretary of the Ati;
Wilwm Hushing, of the AFL Legislative Committee;
Richard Gray, president of the Building and Construe.
tion Department of the AFL; Tom Walers, operations dA
rector of the Government Employes Council; and JamWs
tfiwnlow, president of the Metal Trades Union.
S-from otiker Washington sourc- alcng with the Buildng Traden
ep came word that Hushing, a Department and the Metal WI'
former Istamian, had assisted era Department. informed n
iMtro and others ia drafting a tonal vice-president Rufs .)4.
letter Munop plans to present to Lovelady of Hushing'saiA .
President Truman early next tion. .
week. Campbell told Loveladt, whOa
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m-her ,v.a Canal
wife here from of ficeT.
Qepo. -
..... 'cgarettme werd found
104e, ."lhg durIng ,' routine cheek m or
S b1#? L 8ta a. .
S- T were wrapped i brown
Sa: st'tuffed Iale.' roll of
.4 et .er. The We had
bog i. Laced .an th roll
p'ceod among other MU yiRl
Son abeam in thd Stw4rda'
-who' woa rea td-tolet.
e child wu a bosp. h e ... -
sauelt manDimoar, Po Investigation 1 ton-
of twina. OWne. i to -dissver Wt pramn
lbs. 11, O. and responsdle for biding the mari-
2 o.. 'inluana. .


The merger J3 to become of.,
fective Nov. 1. Th thre rans-,
portation compahd Which will
consolidate their. seris-a end
the areas they servntli .r: Ca-
nal Zone Publio, 'B Systef
serving civilian aOunn~ltiss,
G0ll Bus Compappsrvlng Athy
and Air Force insbtllataiol and
the American Tra otalo
Company serving Nagvy stUos.
The new company .wiie
known as the Con'dI1dWt edt
Transportation Ser tce. -
Wonder terms of the aa aermat
reached by the bardperto ab-e
tha. various Govbripant Me-
tles involved, the PPaml n 4V al
Company will asuumb rap l-I


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ta NPaez, both ire re- On Sept. 29, a reap o Llvea's
gO ve it up. A~d un er aympathisfta att p and
setup, there would p be a garrison trge
'fust one man. At the %eyolt, aided by .Meveral ha.N
'0 army men, who However, troopsuao WU_
remarkable a orders from dckat
jeaastnal mli- rea Juimenez. rueed
g p the revolt attempt
Bbs oosuning 8,and
ry. Ito tha 60 onspr
a wo das later,. O
in retsrd. Emnu"L
S-ian- Pfteesat, a1d
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b}ltto, the, sauperson of the
cotidusota A s servee,
-Jf f con oldton U te result
of 'cOmprehetfle st- y of the
pt several mont byit a com-
ttee compOd of trepresenta-
tives the three ar s of the'
-Armed Forcedeahn. the Canal, in
collaboration with the bus oper-
stors.
.* (ol Richardson Selee, Civil Af-
fairs Director, was chairman of
the committee which conducted
-the_study and -aegotiations,
The merger of the three bus
pyatems is expected not only to
eliminate man duplications of
service bus to ovide more uni-
;form ad efficient transporta-
Pon to PaDpicsdei communities.
At preist there are about 1
public Nwes. being operated in
the 0taSl Zone on the Pacific
side. many of which now dupli-
cate 'the s e r v i c e provided by'
others
Stt is expected that the number
f buies. how in operation can
be considerably reduced without
uatleent- to the service or re-
ddcig the areas now served.
n t-la nrt planned to-reduce the
freeueney of service now provid-
ed to any areas. The consolida-
tion will, however, require some
intr realignment of routes now
ln 'effect.
.Aside from the elimination of
uplicate runs now being made
other Improvements in the
rotation services generally.
tis ,planned to have all buses
palnted a distinctive color and
require -all buses to have new
nliringe for easy identification.
Jhe bases will be driven by ex-
,islscdl and bilingual chauf-
W7a In uniform and the new
bW company will carry both pro-
nd personal liability if-.

With the supervision of all bus
under one Faeeev it will
assure a better retulpted
at muble btansnortatton
All Dmses at% be r".
Jaie~tafor Voth lafeo

N te olidatlop ahl
bus JiMn will
tm .!1. It IshWt.
t allu f the tbst In'
a i be resalnte4 Od
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r* vof s-O ae. ala*b
iclu refee tb a warning
0 % "the D S, Am-
bthat te a t be-
ful and were the only
Bn of communication be
w the two points.
l' Inhis letter, Pahay claims that
Otmpnlcations between Pan*-
*ta anti Taboga had been in4er-
repted months before the re-;
oval 'of the cable which .h
B, I a .and seven oth'W
aFe aFtf o stealing.
aIte ded that neither he no
Berman were informed about th6
paslbility of severing communi-
catloos with Taboga.

Land Larceny




Two alleged cable thieve will
face tWe U. 8. District Court
judge next term day on a charge
of grand larceny.
two defendants, Stanley
N. Duntansct 43, and Ismiel
3d4ot'do ,Bois. 32,' were bound
auOe yesterday in the Crbtobal
Ma -ate's Court after a Pre-
lemny hearing.
UncanQsan, a Costa Rictan.
-p9tot ball. while Sols, a PL.
aanaoian is still in jail Bail
was apt at $200.for each.
Thr were apprehended last
atut~lky in Gatun when a Ca-
nal Zeie radio patrolman no-
ticed the taxi which Duncan.
son w driving appeared to be
eca url an unusually heavw
lo ad: he policeman found it
loaded 'with 756 pounds of con-
per power cable.
A third man who was in the
taxi at the time of the arrest
Jumped out and fled when the
taol ramne to a stop.
The cable was valued at

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G TALAJARA. Spain. Oct.
17 (fUP-Danbllin Rapnh bull-
ihtW', Lnls M'wmol Dominuin
today 'dedicated the Tlinr of
hti balls to litB Rav-
who attended the qala
SOadatalaras fair.
tomin9 l his hat to the.
a cti the aecus-
annr, n went
*t n r mebriltlat. Wh
disDIsDy of eo he
Anah a .


THE COMMUNITY CHEST campaign moving into high
gear this week on the Atlantic side. At the request of the
Atlantic side Chest committee, headed by Walter R. Hun-
nleutt, Joes M. Goasles, Governor of Colon, has agreed to
serve as an honorary chairman of the campaign committee.
ShowS with him here are, left to right: Mr. Hunnicutt,
GOer Rteel, Governor Gonzilez, Johnl T. Glancy, and Dr.
Luls C. Xeyna, Chief of Protocol for Colon. All are members
of .the Atlantic side Colon committee for the Community
Cheat drive.1


1*9e AO president eontirauM
yeat egdy Dports that repa
wewrbeing taken to present f1
letter at the earliest possible mne
ment.
On the Isthmus last n g
Lovelady checkMd With all chai-.
men of committees in charge at
collections in individual eon,.*
mt.nltles. All reported that
strong support is holding for the
"fight the rent" movement.
With pay day next Tuesiq
many collectors report ahit
people are pledging mthlb ra-
ther than giving cash anf anr
asking them to come back neat
week.
Chairman Lovelady suggested
that collectors in the varfta
towns use their judgment about
holding off on house-to-hq
eellections until next Tuesday.
Up to an early hour this a&
noon. Lovelady had had no rapiv
to his radlogram of last night
Serzator Guy M. Gillette. Iows
Democrat, who is approaching
the Isthmus aboard the Crts*qo
bal. -
Lovelady asked Gillette for an
appointment to bring to the ean-
ator's attention certain matters
affecting the welfare and moles
of American employes on the Ca-
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COMMUNITY CHEST ra. The
"This is our Community Chest, the Community Chest program.
something we are doing ourselves he said "fully realizing that our
for the people around us." Act- personnel and our dependents Judge's Beach
ing Governor H. 0. Paxon told a derive numerous benefits from
group of about 100 men and the Chest.
women yesterday afternoon at "We also appreciate the fact'
the Balboa theatre, that these agencies are not pri- Four men were fined for speed-
The occasion was the "kick- marlly charity organizations but inp during this morning's sasi
offq meeting for those persons are vital American institutions. In the Balboa Magistrate's COu.t.
who will handle Communit y through which free people ex-
Cheat donations from their el- press their community spirit "' I .Fordriving.45 mphn a
low employes i units of the Ca- Brockman outlined for those ...
nal organisation. present the comparatively new zIt or.' limit In Albrook Fiel.d,
In his brief talk. the acting Community Chest organization a 25-vepr-old Panamanian truck
governor commented that much which operates with a 21-mn anriver Fric Lloyd Stevens was
good work had been done by the board of directors on a vear- fined $15.
agencies which r ec el #e their round basis and sketched brief-
funds from the Commuhlty Cheat ly some of the work which has An airman Richard Lee Me-
and that much more can be done preceded the present camoalcn Haw 22 was fined $1it for se=d-
-the extent depending on the which will start tomorrow to In.r at 40 mnh in a 25 mph Sone
funds which are made available. raile $34.865.75. limit on Shaler Road.
He pointed out that Riving to The last speaker was Mrs.
the Community Chest is a fine Douglas Johnston. campaign di- A fine of $7.50 was imposed d
way "for us and our neighbors" rector, who presented the em- Martin Alexander Gravman 7ff.
to make the whole community a 'loy.e representatives with their Panamanian who exceeded th
good place to live in. Community Chest material. Di'- 25 mph limit on RoAeveIt Ave.
Paxaon ended his talk by pre- tribution of the pledge cards will nu? aenr Ernesto Polqnco. a 3W-
senting 14onard M. B1rocman, start Monday throughout the Ca- venr-old Panamniin was fined
ch air r4 an of the Community nal organization. SI. for drivire 6n muh in a 40
Cheat Board with a check cover- Attending the meeting as sne- ln, zh dreon i ablo I na..
Ing his erbonal contribution to clal rusts were Rem6n Mender mph zone on Diabloftoad.
this year's Red leather drive., oresldnt of the C"l6n Municinlo-
The acing governor's talk. was Counl. Walter R Hunnicutt. For oarking his hus i a oro-
Iflowqd 9 one by Lt. CdO Frank chalr tn for the. Community hit cited area in DIebln 1ad,
TiertlDite. on behalf of the Chest drive in C.ol6n and other Prince Alfonqn Cumbet9th. a
Anned'ftrees who. amid "are de- mem hers of Mr. Hunnicutt's 32-ve"r-old Panamanian. wao
t t he Con- committee. fined $5.
Sr o th tetaiat Music fo the "kick-off" meet-
of *M lgwas applied by the 71st Another bu.x driver F'ederilk
The thae N rve. Aray, Navy, Anm Band under the direction Cornelhus Taylor 43. Pamaaun1
and Air Ie. have drkwa o of Warrant Officer Russell Chris- lan was fined $15 for drti.
ahona Jo .put over tel part of tan. with defective tires.


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THE MAIL BOX
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The Mail Sen is on *pe forum r readers of The Panama Amer-
S koa. eltes a*e o ectived ratefully nsd are handId aI e wholly senfi.
6dntIl m*eanw.
If v entribute a letter den't be Impatient 0 It doesn't appear the
S ewe day. Ltters *re published in the order mraeled.
flee tshy to help the letters limited too e p* laeNgth.
Sdeutity of Miss, writers is heldM In strie st cnfidee.
This ewspapeAr assumes n respenalblity for statementss opinions
exprr4ed in letters from readers
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EXHORTATION
I wish Mr. Rufus Lovelady would study the successful tac-
tics of the Canal Zone policemen in their victorious fight and
court-action against the Panama Canal-Canal Zone government.
I also wish Mr. Lovelady would take an example from the
CIO down here, inasmuch as they can make the governor move
and cause the division heads to tremble.
t Until now, Mr. Lovelady was only backed by 15 percent of
the men and women he was supposed to represent, namely the
white collar employes. Consequently he was never able to put
ap a successful fight.
Today, however, Mr. Lovelady has the backing and full sup-
port of all U.S. rate employes in the offices, in the shops, at the
locks, on the piers, and all the housewives to boot.
Now it is up to Mr Lovelady to prove, that he can organize
and execute a victorious fight to the end.
At present everybody is worried. Not only on account of the
reft increases, but mainly because the board of directors did not
tell us the truth as to what they are up to.
American employes of the Panama Canal have never been
as uncertain as to their future as they are today. They all ask
worriedly: What is going to hit us next?
Mr. Lovelady, do not make us fight a rearguard action. I am
contributing funds. so that you can organize your forces for
damaging flanking attacks until we have secured efficient law
firms, successful lobbyists and sympathetic congressmen for a
counterattack to regain our lost privileges.
As chairman of the CZELFC, let your genius for strategy
and unselfish devotion equal your stirring speeches.


NUTS
Dear Doc. Tapia:
A clipping of your Boquete Bugle letter to Pop Wright, pub-
lished in "The Panama American," in which you refer to Mac-
ademia nuts, was forwarded to me by my daughter, Grace
Grefe, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she now lives.
Grace knew that I would be particularly interested in your
S article because I brought four three-foot Macademia ternifolla
(or Queensland nut) trees from Honolulu in March of this year.
One of the trees is now in Cerro Campana, being cared for
by Mrs. Louis Moore and the other three are in L. E. Nance's
place in El Valle. I did not attempt to grow the trees on the
lowlands for fear that the climate would not be suitable.
However, I now find that Holger Johansen, in his handbook
"Trees and shrubs of Ancon and Balboa districts, C. Z." pub-
S lished in Feb. 1925, describes a Macademia tree located on
Gorgas road, north of Nurses' Home. This tree no longer exists.
The few Macademias in Summit Gardens are not doing
well. Mr. Walter Lindsay they need a deep rich soil, and shel-
teroted location.
Mrs. Moore has some trees which were brought to her from
Doquete by Mr. Metz in the spring of 1950. They are now strong
healthy trees about four feet tall.
The ones I brought from Hawaii suffered a slight setback,
both In Cerro Oampana and El Valle, when first transplanted,
but now look as though they are adjusting themselves attcess-
uflly to the change in environment from Honolulu to PanamA.
Otto Degenet prominent botanist of the Pacific Islands, says
in his booklet 'Tropical Plants the World Around":
"In Hawaii Macademla ternifolla may begin to bear when
only three years old, though the common age is seven years.
[ I# matures nuts occasionally twice a year, one crop appearing
hIn'April and May, and the other in October and November. A
mature tree may average 300 pounds of nuts annually. The
rnel contains about 75 per cent of good quality oil, and are
o good quality, comparing favorably either raw or roasted
Sw other edible nuts."
I Duig my seven months stay on the Hawaiian Islands I
taiited a few of the large Macademia groves which look some-
What like the walnut groves in California.
The nuts are sold for more than a dollar for a seven-ounce
bottle, and are also used in making different kinds of candy,
the most delicious of which, I think, is very similar to the
famous New Orleans pecan pralines.
Without doubt there should be an excellent market for1
Macademla nuts in Panama eventually, because Hawaii is fea-
turing them so spectacularly and the thousands of tourists who
visit the islands every month are all impressed by the delicacy
of this luxury food.
Imagine mv chagrin when after carefully packing six bot-
ties of nuts to bring from Honolulu to Panama as special gifts t
-for special friend I found that the same brand could be bought
int the Commissary for one cent less
Macademia should be a profitable new agricultural enter-
prise for Panama. If you encourage your neighbor to go into
its cultivation in Boquete, we will see what can be done in El
Valle, Cerro Azul and Cerro Campana.
It would later be necessary to form a company for pack-
aging and marketing the product, provided the trees all grow
and produce as well as those which Pop Wright planted years
ago. Would it be possible to send me a snapshot of these trees
and whatever information you may have concerning them? I
would appreciate it very much.
As you see. 1 am very enthusiastic about the future of the
.Maeademla nut industry in PanamA. It is, without doubL the
S most delicious nut. I have ever tasted.
Hoping to have the pleasure of meeting vou and of dis-
Sassingi this subject further,
Dora A. Bennett,
President. Floricultura Nacional, S.A.

FIGHTING TALK
r:
I am an American, born In the United States. When I size
i up the specimens here on the Canal Zone that call themselves
'A.mericans. I am ashamed of them.
Evidently, the tropics not only ruin their health and energy,
but it also draint them of the courage to fight for what they
; know Is right.
Each approaching winter, the dictators pull a fast one. We
have heated discussions, collect money to send some well mean-
S .tax but untralned fellow to the States to straighten things out
against a body of well-trained, smooth, double-talking opera-
ter. I doubt our man gets into the right door.
By the time spring has arrived, we have finally adjusted
ouelves to the new hardship, and the powers that be are
flying us with promises that no drastic changes will be made.
But wait till winter approaches, we have the same cycle
Sasain.


What is the matter with the American men down here?
Our ancestors fought against well trained soldiers for being
txe without representation. That is how our country. came

Down here the so-called American citizens took the Insult
without even a one-day work stoppage. Some resigned and left.
Where Would we be today if our ancestors turned tall and ran?
No wonder the dictators are hiking your rent this year.
ou Zon lans deserve it, you haven't the guts to stay home in

Tou can nlAs on a big surprise each year from noV on.
Lave taken awai. Panama Line fares moderately increased,
ad our so-cal-ed differential will disappear. It will soon be a
uxurY to shoo in the Commissary.
4 Labor has never gotten anywhere without a work stoppage.
men in tne Canal Zone who are bragging aBout being
irtian citi ze u should start acting like such.
, -Proud of My American Heritage.


THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDIPINDINT DAILT NEWSPAPIS

-I "En Garde"


Labor News

And

Comment
0 10,


By Victor Riesel
Just about 10,000 miles east of
Korea's blood soaked White
Horse Hill, at a point where the
38th Parallel brushes past Ten-
nessee, this country is losing a
quiet but no less vital battle on
another ridge Oak Ridge.
There, inter-union jealousy,
a dangerous luxury at this point]
In the Korean casualty lists, i
may soon slow down our pro-,
ductlon of atomic bombs and
something the Atomic Energy
Commission mysteriously re-
fers to as "other fission wea-
pons."


A senseless strike threatens
the only plant in the nation
now making the raw stuff for
the atom bomb. That's In the
huge building called K-25 In
the Oak Ridge atomic city.
Known as a gaseous diffusion
center, it separates the fission-
able (explosive) uranium from
the non-fissionable. Without it
we have no atomic weaponS.
Every minute of delay is costly.
Production of this critical
material can not be made up.
What's lost is irretrievable.
There is no such thing as over-
time or putting on special
shifts. -
The fissionable uranium
comes out of continuous pro-
cess at a fixed rate of produc-
tion. No one kpows what would
happen if the Atomic Energy
Commission contractors were
forced to silence'the plant.
Uranium's not like steel. It's
not a matter of banking fur-
naces. No one knows how long
it would take to set up precau-
tions to protect the civilian area
around Oak Ridge-or later to
re-energize a deadened K-25.
The strike threat comes from
the atomic local of the CIO
Gas, Coke and Chemical Work-
ers Union -and results from
simple Jealousy over wage scales
won by the AFr's Atomic Trades
Council in such plants as X-10
and X-12.
The CIO atomic leaders. are
local chiefs. They want a high-
er norm of pay than the AFL's
Atomic Council. That's all. And
they want it although the na-'
tionally respected and venerat-
ed William H. Davis (and a pa-
nel) worked out the uniform
wage rates for atomic produc-
tion.
The AFL settled with Union
Carbon and Carbide, which
runs the .X and K plants. But
the CIO' losaIW refused to gd
along.
There -are 4e1 ifs and buts.
These are the facts. And on
this film-flam the hohead lo-
cal, defying Its natlAot land-
era such as ilweo Swihet na-
tional GCoke an ChAbemlal
president now it OOak RIdge
trying to settle, the dispute,
threatens to slash our atomic
production. 46
Not unimportant in this Jealou-
sy jag is the fact that the AFL
Atomic Energy Trades now have
6,570 members to the CIO's 5,000.
(There are 2,500 guards in inde-
pendent unions).
Nor are the authorities over-
oking the fact that the CIO's
local leaders are competing with
the AFL for the membership of
the 7,500 workers who will turn
out the all-powerful hydrogen
thing at the Aiken, B.C., plant.
Apparently some atomic work-
ers develop a kind of strike virus
which dulls their sense of respon-
sibility. The utterly crucial K-25
plant is the only one spewing out
explosive uranium because the
second one of its kind we're try-
Ina to build at Paducah. Ky., has
been delayed by 60 strikes. The
Atomic Energy Commission's of-
ficial description of Paducah is
that "We're in a mess."
And then? strikes are led by
eager-beaver AFL regional lead-
ers all trying to prove they can
eat an extra buck, or a slightly
shorter shift, or slap down some
foreman.
Result: The U.S. has no msr-
plus fissionable uranium plant
capacity. If K-25 goes down,
we'll have no new bombs after
a while.
Tn all this, however, the na-
tional CIO and APL leaders have
,hown responsibility. The officers
of the CIO Gas. Coke and Chem-
lepi (and Atomic) Workers have
set u DR 8seclal "strike commis-
inon" to hammer ti- hot heads.
In areas other than Paducah.
'h' AFL transportation workers
have cooperated closely with the
Pentagoh-on land and sea.
Dan Tobln's and Dave Beck's
teamtera "have heatedlyy dem-
nnstrated that their strikes will
not be permitted to interfere
with the transportation of de-
fens* materials." a Dent. of De.
t.'nse spokesman says I can say
for him.
Harry Lundeberg's AFL sailors
wi.' furnish a crew for any ves-
sel can wht in any strike. if It cer-
rles military cargo in the Psetfl.c.
The International Assn. of Ma-
chinlsts sent 13.000 men bark to
wo*k whiloni out fihthr fines
it Douels In Los Angeleq when
President Truman appealed to
*hem.
What make, the local atomic
v. urkers so buck hniwrv and Iras
'Ile that thev "'pnt to smesr *ll
n""tr lhor brnthrrn as Irrespon.
,t," "nd hurt the atomic pro
Iram?


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By OB I

NEW YORK.-I am feeling pretty chipper to-
day, because it looks like a sOlid cish that I'll
be aead In 315 years. I hope so, anyhow, ior that
is the year the statisticians tell us we will see
the entire world as crowded as New York.
It will not be necessary to punish a siul tk world
by destroying it again by fire or flood or famine.
All they need to make the old globe sorry It went
and done it wrong is to keep that population
expanding until it hits the present peak we en-
joy in this metropolis of ease, grace and culture.
It could be my imagination, or maybe an en-
croaching ill temper, but it seems to me the city
has been swelling at its seams in a more marked
manner every day for th last four ye rs. Thie'
are more cars on the crowded streets, more buses
tralhgs end-to-end kft elephants,'mor people
double-and-triple parking, and nmqre pressing
crowds everywhere.
Navigating a A-"d
thaOug to ea Nw Yorker a Job with a
professiobnal football am. .
But walking Is simpler than riding cabs in
midtown Ma lhatta. in A'A1tot y you simpl'
cannot get there from here, no matter, where
there or here is.
Everywhere I go seems to resemble a fire sale.
People rush, and posh, and scuttle, and sourry;
They Jam the 1ast sastage Into the elevators.
They throng the lobbies.
They surge across the streets in defiance to the
traffic lights, saving a few seconds and courting
death-and for what?
If you walk the streets'of the city today you
see frowns and tight lips and black scowl. The
pedestrians swear at the vehicles. The people in
the vehicles cuss back at the pedestrians. There
seems to be an undeclared war Just waiting to
ripen and bust, like a boil.
Autumn is the best time we have in the city..
The air seems cleaner and sharper, like a fresh
bite into a good, firm apple.
The girls are certainly prettier; in their new
fall clothes, with their stockings back on and the
slipshod summer frocks tucked away again in
the moth balls.


JOSEPHINE M AKER AND
ALL THE SCHIFFS AT SEA
Time Magasine (no amateur at slanted report-
In,) a few Issues ago under its press news con-
firmed what we've said about editor James
Wechsler (the "former Communist") and Mrs.
Schiff's newspaper. (As an official of The Young
Communist League his name was Arthur Law-
son)...Time's quarrel with the paper Is that it
front-paged the Nixon fund-but when a Chica-
gu paper broke the beat about Stevgnson's--the
Stevenson paper in New York. edited by the
"former Communist." didn't touch It for two
days...And. then used four paragraphs lich
were buried In a general story about the Demo-
candidate...That's slanted reporting.. Pinko
has accused this colyum (and others) of that
many times.
A vear ago (October 16th) the above named
"ex-com" and his paper demanded our body,
dead or alive, over the Josephine Baker "em-
barrassment" at the Stork Club...That was the
date, October 16th...Happy Birthdayl Happy
Anniversary!

Miss Baker (now in the Per6n Red-Fascist
circus) blasted the United States In a series of
articles in an official Per6n publication the oth-
er day...Thereby, not only making a monkey
oLt of editor Arthur Lawson (alias James WeaR-
Wser), but leaving his newspaper out on the end
of a sickle.
Miss Baker (according to the reliable and
factual reporting N. Y. Daily News and its Bue-
nos Aires ace, Herbert Clark) stated: "In Amer-
ica they hunt Christ with a gun and hang Blm
from a tree"...The "ex-corn's" paper 1"
the follow-up stories tea Argentin- <( !2
by the N. Y. Herald-rB une.N. y.DEli*
and N. Y. JournalAme tan, among othbrpa
papers) and defended her edl t
tshe is a) sedativee, ant nt w
reacted with unaly vi
objected In her e
In its defense of aker,
"former comaunifs"t '
B where either she e ee
united with a guna lM-_
Amerieans) ag
nd Miss 3aker
&cnutive" ur,"


RUARK '

The excitement of the Series is over. The new
shows are opening and the holiday warmup
parties-have already begun.
But I have ridden ana walked deveralt ndred
blocks since the first of October, looking for a
smiling an, happy Woman, an idle stroller or
a leials op-looker. Haven't seen any so far.
Even the dog walkers have an air of diacon-
tented concentration, as much as to say: Hurry
up and '*t It over with, Rover, so we can duck
this cru and go hide In the house.
The zoos seem to provide the one exception.
They are more crowded than usual, not so much
with kids as with adults. The grownups spend
@a awful lot of time in- front of the slothful lions,
the sedate elephants, the ruminative antelopes.
gThre are no vehicles to speak of I e the
zoos-no sUink of gas fthues. no caft ony of
o. taxl

don't uh so mucs
at A decelerated a. .
"1-conclude thaa dhe snap-pursed lips and the
frowning brows aSd the fierce coenentration' on
bustle come from' oeverowding more than In-
ternational tendon or the raucous, nerve-edging
clamor of an election year. Some of the tension
seems to ease a little on the week ends, with a
portion of folks still leaving town.
But whatever the cause of the Irritation, I
hope the world thinks twice before it progresea
to the present congestion of the Isam of Man-.
hattan. The project of one big, round Broadway
at 42nd, or Fi Avenue at 57th. is too fright-
ening to imagine.
YTou have not really seen a global war until
you see the eone that will pop up 315 years from
now, When everyone is breathing on everybody


In its understandable desperation at having
an ingrayt turn a Hot Story into a Hot Potato,
the N. Y. Post pulled the following slants from
itb pints: "These indignities were ullinaxed by
the incident at the Stork Club last year Mnd al
Use subsequent harrassment engineered by Wal-
tet Winchell add his cohorts."
Cohorts, meaning Jack O'Brian, Frank Con-
niff, George Sokolsky. Louis Sobol (all of the
N Y. Journal-American) and George Sehuyler,
aii editor of The Pittsburgh Courier, one of the
nation's leading Negro newspapers.

Robert Ruark last week commenten d the
Argentina-Baker story in the N, T. Wort-le-*
gram, and other United Peature paeli ...aV
a few quotes: "Miss Baker...has spent the best
part of the last 25 year abroad., .Josephine I-
dorses such quote$ as 'The verseutio mo
shocking than before World War II, with l nl-
legs, condemnations without trials and .Metlo
cutions the order of the da ". .She uispeing
0t America. How she wou' know a
World War II is rather battffling, bse
abroad and was wed to a series of FIapeahmen.
.Ruark still quoting her: 'Whit ee of a
democracy and civilization and s MA
to did In Korea. In this hofrrr o IMM
tion, where ls democracy?'...T Isai
(ays Rusrk) I knew that we had an auoa-n
fighting for the U9 In Eae. o0I
have sworn that a few white boygs te teA
m the casualty reports.

With eyebrows still raised to hi r
art ad"ds: "abe is quoted as aegMnt
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-DIPLOMATIC MEETING
The mix-up In Paris over whether the United States was dic-
tating Internal pcy to the French was a comedy of,.Srors which
almost turned Into tragedy and which could have been avoided.
One reason for the mix-up was a diplomatic -the dif.
ference between a written note and an oral sta tlg
Ambassador Jamnes Dunn was instructed to delivrr formal
note explaAning why we could not advance.t e ance ,000,000
next year, and also to give an oral explain on of the more deli-
cate matters such as French failure to tulfll NATO obligations.
In dlomae tis can be exp orall, with greater
delicacy, and without fending natiMonal Wl I.
However, the American embassy m ars made the mistake
.t Informing the Prich In advance of th nature of AmbassadoL
Dunn's call on Premier Plnay.
So the French maneuvered to have Duan deliver the
meat not to Pinay but to lls secretary. They did this b t#
ing up a special a cabinet meetng.to whih Pemier a a
ly was called.
S when Ambassador Dnn begsn'rml1in thf aft sft,-
ment containing the more dUate n at lIA.4he *
rotary asked for a op he could o ft to te er. *
Dunn then made a themistake of lenr a opy o.hi oral
statement. It wrs this statement which got te French aroused.
The incident helped solidify Pinay's position in FraMnce, Whee
he Is under fire from both Communsts and De OGaullst for be-
ins too pro-American.
On the other hand. hurt French-American relations, so es-
sental to the defense of urtope.

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since the war; e two op nerL of the topean and Par
Eatern theatre. have continued cool.
MacArthur worked with 'Taft forces to block Ike's lminm .
tion, evn told a Lansing, ch., audience May1:
"Itwould be a tragic development, indeed, i this oration
was forced to look to the rigidity of military dominalkie1 disch
iatne 0rediem it from the tragic failure o a cifla am s.
Plkornin Governor Fine of Pepnsylvania. MacArt iUr even
urged him 0 tothb Peniluylvania's deeates alaent Eisenhower.
Z" ally peeved, iewas credited with the famous Werack:
"I studied d ramatics under Mac for nine years." 1 .
IOOVER ?B8EVZRBKB
Despite these obstacle, ex-President oover hae urged that
Republican victory s in re important than pional feelings. He's
afraid the Christian Nationalist Party, which 'habominated Mac-
Arthur, My draw enough votes away from -Elenhower a few
key states to defeat h m.
Heoov*r has been working through eQ rman aunmertitld of
the peutlblican nationall C-ommittee, aaot tdalla Ike has
agrEed to meet with MacArthur.
He refuses, however. to call on him at the Waldorf Tower. He
is not. he Indioat. making a pilgrimage toworship at the dirine.
HA be dOl ghted to talk to MaeArthur,he ayas1 but Mac.
Arthur Will, tave toa-tce tohin. t ,
Blnhower his o wvtoed the Mid of having MMoArthur Is-
sue a prae communique after their talk. Ike didn't lik the re,
action from the Taft statement and doesn't wadt to le* himself
In for one from MacArthur, friends say he reAd eno~ih Mic-
Arthur communloues during the war. I
Some of the people on the Eisenhower train art a little zn-
happy about the uruectp of an Ike-Mac meeting. They feAr the
reaction will further alienate Independent votes.
however, if the detalh cAn be worked opt, the two ii6rals
will definitely get together.
TRItMAN'S PVTURV
Hollywood p erodcer ef t chary and Abe Fineberg got aboard
the Truman train the other day. were given a compartment In
the President's car and began a game of gin runinmy.
Between whistle-stop speeches, te President caie in to
chat.
"How are you doingt" he saked after one speech.
"I've tot half of Metro-Ooldwyn-MAyer" replied Fineberg,
referni e tMo the ole 6apany for which Bcbi y works.
"Fine." replied the President. "Get the their half and well
io nt.t the movie business. I'm not doing anything after Ja4-
ary20." .
DIPLOMATIC POUCR
Russian teconnalsaance planes have been spotted over' th
Japanese coast. This ha" the Pentagon more worried than afy
military report in mental
Thousands of Russian workmen are building a giant SBoe
alrbase on Oetrov Rudolph island only six hours flying time
from our 4wnmairbaf -at ffude. Greenland. .
The British now think-they have found a asuefire way t4
earn A n dllrs. A Brt textie designer ha invented ael
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yoaw i*s YMCA USAF Saves
nhowerSBhip Of State., ying
L0 Victim Of Rotten Privingt
Tce Newyork ecrey of Taved more h 000000 In oe
,r State's of t4e braced ltaiit to- year by paying Its bills promptly.
Sday tor an expected alanche
S -- o -of mal, pone cl and pro- The cash-saving speedup was
;""1EIMENHOWER TRAIN, Oct. 17 T(UP) Dwight D. oted at the idea of SWAUM t0 m t 4dt3"f t hed oari .mgu'O fa tho r th e A by dcenriane Ofiaton
TIn his fad on tdelabd 01 gnd Ijobs? .em rship cor- of the Air Force Finance Office
EiWs"t~tier told New Jersey crowds yesterday it is time "And the Repaublia called the rr MC an atlon poratioo lch failed o file which used to be at Dayton, o.
ro sn -the Truman administration's "rottfen driving" of can't understand how it hap- law "awful" and discriminatey. required "certfloates of eau-
to p -the Teruman administrations rotten Arin r ea.t's just about to drive A crowd estimated at 20,000 teno e. The Dayton office was so
theft O State. them e ray." perso at New Britain, Conn., The .4s.olutio. order hit such swamped with bills It could not
'fl said the Democrats ore 'uilty of "waste," "cor- He attacked the National Asso- roared with delight at the spec. well known iembship cor- pa; them fast enough to take ad-
SCi, sa v ; Oemocrn a 'gore a iefr t on^ of Manufacturers,, "the taele of a President of the, Uni- poratlons as the YMCA, the vantage of indittry's cash dis-
rupon,' ""subversi veness" and "governmental interfer- other big business organlatlons ted States playing an impromptu YMCA, tonal Association oZ counts for prompt'payment, the
Te i eidential nominee swung h rd t who vote as those organizations Mayoor John L. Sullivan,' a Cro 1 lte-saving and nursing Air Force said.,Today, there are
TheRepublican presidential nominee swungdictate" for advocating a "flat- member of the musicians union, gro s wel as various fra. 18 finance offices scattered a-
dictat of"b eau e Tro a t ohe U rn andpltal oraniza-cross the country.
he opened a two-day bid forNew Jersey's 16 electoral ing po of unemployed, because asked Mr. Trumail to play a few an Utl organmetery cross the count.
VOtes, that keep wages dow" and costs bars on a spinet piano set up es- tion, a cemetery -
down." peclally for the chief executive poran waamolg those at-
He assailed the Deinocratic claim that these are "They think that the idea of "John, Sullivan said it would fAed..ean .lo 's state
prosperous times, charging "You are worse off than you employ t t entme-win a ot oDemocratic votes I l aa state
prosperous times, chargingo.O tffthan yotal Iuu ani,00, and that played the piano. and,that'sj ust chials thw ds olved,g ibun
were five years ago." entiment aft have no what l am going to do," Mr becuthtad o incoroted Legby an
Police estimated 10,000 person position on the subject, Steven- a govern ent," Mr. Tr- man said after his postal k. act of Cgre. Tre ght
heard Elsenhower in his first New son said that whenit fcont mlleda The Presidentdeclared bust- bars of the Black Hawk Walt. t Weelay
Jersey appearance at Haken- tuh 0th Congress it took oial n-has never 4ohe.so well as it Someone then shoved a chair t h OO-o4d corporon
sacka b t today secure coverage half milli roman people h der De rate policies in under him, and he sat down -at were.leally put out of b
He re ed a boot today when more than half.a millionpeople. Washington." the piano for a. few more bars. 'ness n ewYork state. Actin g
M. A. Hutcheson, general pnesi- Recalling Eisenhower's remarks Re aaid that corporations, as His daughter Margaret declined under a 1850 law,. the, Secretary
dept of the AFL Brotherhood of that it Is time to re-examine the well as worker and farmers, are an Invitation to sing. revoked their charters because
Carpenters and Joiners of Amer- federal program, extend it and "betteWtoft." they. flfd. fill reports of
ica endorsed his candidacy,. make it fair to all, Stevenud ,i M Trans l abasted the Miile June. .f
Elsenhower Intprrpted work said: TAt-artly Act a "virtually" olg e 1t emtJu hipne.
on a speech tody to make sA "When the Republican leaders stoppa the organization of Causes Change Of TextD P o ye'rto file for
newsreel. The makers of the talk about re-examining social atien. some. areas of the reinsttement. During that
film, American Newsreels Co, security 'and making it fair, oeeanty with a result of "lkg- RICHMOND, Va. (UP) -- Dr. time, ;io -' corporation may be,
said it would bp distributed to someone is likely to get hurt. going" wage scales. This, he said, 0. Houston Patterson, Bluefield, formed bearing the same name.
400 Negro theaters throughout When you hear such talk youhad had resulted in "unfair" comn- W. Va. stood up to address a -
the nation. The film will show better remember the words of petition for New England in- graduating'clahs at Union Theo- Beneft Fo0d Sale
Elsenhower answering ques- President Truman 'Look out, try. 10cal Seminary here.,
tions asked by three Negro neighbor.' "It's trting.you badly, and it's .Heo thumbed through his 5B" At S
leaders. In speeches through California hurting ou now," he said. "We ble for several minutes e the i Drie i on
"What 'about, civil rights?"e reminiscent of Mr. Truman's need to break up the unholy al- aidlebce of young prea=S rs'be- On Saturday at 4 p the we
was asked "give 'em hell". ampalgnlag, since between the apec al inter- ga O 0fidget.- y lly e me n of th on
He replied that the states Stevenson drilled Invective and stq. and the Republican arty ed his throtnd said: church i hold a
where "we have made the great- ridicule at the Republican oppos- that has stifled the growth of "I will read from there. 3r foo and'al on.the.
est advances in civil rights are ition. this historic section of the coun- Psalm for a very special reason grounds of te curc.
the statewhore we have had Re- He said the Republicans "know try., a reason wit which ihope It is alg poned oto. tnue .
a retaft with which "1 hope-ItIi4IpllbtU 0021ftnue
publican governors. they couldn't win the November Campaigning by train and au- you', will never be confronted. I the sale each0 .atm4 for.% pe-
Meawhile Oov. A4lai E. Stev- election on the record ,of past to in Connecticut, Massachusetts find myself with a Bible from riod of on m(t Th are
enson accused Elsenhbwer last performances so "it has to be and New Hampshire, Mr. Truman which the 22nd chapter of St. being- held 4n aid of their build-
night of playing "political make- swept under the carpet for a-also said that: luke is unaccountably missing." ing fund.
behUle" with the subject of social while." 1) Election of Eisenhower
security. In a speech at a party Time after time, Stevenson re- might result. In a "disastrous"
raly in Los Angeles, the Demo- terred to Eisenhower's alliance world war.
ciTa presidential nominee said with a croup of Republican sen- 2) The best chance for world '
make-believe is meant for the ators who are regarded as some peace rests in the election of I
theater, not political campaigns. of the most conservative and iso- Stevenson. '
But, he said, the Republican lationist in, the party. 3) Eisenhower should Imme-
nominee'i speech here last week Be pictured Eisenhower as dfately3 tell the President any ..
was "a fascinating example of merely a front man and Sen. "panaeea" the five-star gener-
political minake-believe." Robert A. Taft of Ohio as the al has to end the Korean war. Miiros (25` x 21?), ... 1.00
"The general.. .told you that real leader. and sa. ve e s,
he and the Republican Party "Imagie being wrapped up 4) The Republican candidate is Tables ............ .fro 7.50
were 100 per cent in favor of asa t a to aeedtrying to auction of the federal nin TblM .. .. .. f. 14.00
e security, he id. "Thatc undes'Bob Tafta Chlumw government's oil-rich tidelands lng b.heeim bde p css ..f7
what he wants you to believe tree," he .or votes. Cha ..... ..-... from 1.00
s. T In a speech on the Capitol During six stops that attracted
,Bt, not long ago he said steps ataorramento, he said se at least 125,000 persons in Con- Gas Stoves (4 b ers, oven, 2
something quite different a- eAoier4as shlfte positions so netct, Mr. Truman said 8his -. ,65o00
bout socia security. As recently niany times that is hrd to foralgi policy had "stopped for storgebi')
W 1949-bef he was po- w ust w kin pub- eig a lonin its tracks" and Elect s o ) 3.00
al candidate. of cne-he an the general reallyW iS.,- said it E enhower'sduty to
told the American people that "He seems to have felt it ne- "tell me" if he has as y ."Vlans Metal Dresrt . i.
4rall they want IS security cess to be a Taft blican for ending the Korean war. l
'they- go t6tb aioBwhet O l ,a rbl annpu .n M o6
e*irb-. 'S l f ^ *ni.w.r
% ah pa lr CP.Wo ''A.he For Additionc
for the Republican Party's -Here in C he has He said Eisenhower is a "are- And man otIer;ba s iIn both
*- v-y ^ triedd thet "ob of being fel r ,sho.oe 't i-h ne an in s .ed f- ur '. = i
UIbothWa rid radb a Warren b and thd complicated prob- nw aand re e n
Nixon Republican." lems" of government.
Meanwhile President Truman The President .also shargedon't t .- OU REDrTi$S toO. .......
Sto"p off the first day of Esenhower sought to "give away D n
whirlwind. "give 'em hell" cam-
spaign wing through New Eng- m,*f
S rand with a charge last night Im rt t Household Ekxhnge- u er ,_Mi*
pthat RPublicans ave "always (The only store of iti 'dkh inam )
Sneered" St Democratic goles of T U
an expanding national.4conomy. Coanned. nams, 41 J. Fco. de 'Os Tr 1Ave. : -4
'fMr. Iruman hammered away (Aqtomobi'rl ew) .
4. at his theme that voterxLad bet-PK
ter vote Democratc on ov. 4 DREWS Open dy aur :00 to 6:00, YOU S
they want the nation to continue H .
rospero. KRAK S & ..
,.NA t "aac-at Manchester, ATAL A D '
s; '. .' ... Na. thePresident said that he ATALANTA J
t had bo sending to Congress se- are offered by "v ,O U ,.
mi-a nal economic reports set-
as TAAROPULOS SECOND FLOOR DYOUKNO
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Confun coo.n- NARCE Meeting
ABINGTON, Mas. (UP) --I
even sets of tWInA are among Canal Zone Chapter No. $38
4 students enrdelled at the NARCE, will hold an important
enter Elementary School In meeting tomorrow at the Pacifi
bington. Clubhouse, beginning at 5 a. m.
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New KLM Service by a United States internation-
To Be Opened In Mexico at ail.urn--. as made on Oct.
The new KLM air service from 28, 1927, from Key West to
Western Europe AiAmnsteram) Havana-a 90-mile trip. The
to Mexico (Monterrey and Mex- plane was a 10-passenger Fok-
ico City is to be officially openicer F-7 with a speed of 85
ed by H.R.H. Prince Bernhard miles an hour.
of the Netherlands on Oct. 27.1 Today, four-engine airliners
Prince Bernhard, accompanied carrying as many as 85 pas.
by his suite, will travel on this sengers at 300 mph lly daily
inaugural flight. Besides visit- schedules between the Amern-
ing the Mexican manufactur- cas, across the Atlantic and
ing city of Monterrey and the Pacific and around the woria.
Mexican capital, the Prince will Biggest birthday party will be
, open the Netherlands Exhibi- in Miami, headquarters of
* tion in Mexico City Oct. 30. PAA's Latin American Division,
After his stay in Mexico. site of its huge overhaul base
Prince Bernhard will go on the and home of nearly 5,000 em-
Peru and Colombia. returning ployes. An all-day picnic will be
to the Netherlands via Mexico held at Crandon Park Oct. 25
and the U.S.A. at the beginning ior employes and their families.
of December, Plans are being made to serve a
The passengers on the official fried chicken picnic lunch to
opening flight will include Dr. 10,000 persons.
SAlbert Plesman. President of Formal observance of the sil-
ILM Royal Dutch Airlines, who ver anniversary will be high-
Jihopes to present the President lighted Oct. 28 when the His-
`of Mexico with a silver box torical Association of Southern
-."LM network of air routes. Florida unveils a plaque at
Mexico is the 64th country- Miami International Airport.
and the 14th of the American The plaque will commemorate
continent-to be served by the beginning of Pan American
KLM. This flight will be pre- operations at Miami. where the
ceded by two exhibition flights airline moved a year after its
(On Oct. 14 and 21). on which first flight at Key West. Prin-
a number of European and cioal speaker at the dedication
Mexican journalists will visit will be Wilbur L. Morrison PAA
Mexico and Europe. respectively, vice president in charge of
as the guests of KLM. Latin American operations.
Featuring the 25th birthday
PA "' To Celebrate celebration in 32 countries and
25th Anniversary colonies served by Pan AmerL
Pan American World Airways, can in Latin America will be
a veteran in the comparatively sho-"ings of the movie. "New
youne aviation industry, ob- Hori7ons," which portrays the
ser-"p its 25th anniversary this amazing growth of PAA since
m, "th its inception.
S While thp celebration -,ill.
Serr'r in Florida. PAA's birth- Meanwhile the thoucandz of
nlace. the comnlet'on of a moir- ,as~ e'-s v'w n "-l be traveling
ter-centurv of air trarenorta- by PAA on Oct. 2a ',ill be re-
torio will be c',nmrrmor^fed in minded of the red letter dray
St *R 83 countries in six con- "-hen a bi-thdP- cike. bearing
tli-e* served b-, A I "'-ndles is served on every
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CADO AMBASSADOR
GIVES ELL COCKTAIL PA&T"
She Ambatdor of Ecuador tP.'dA Mr. Sixto Duun
B U ,S s .l4w t to a large group of bhbis Aitds at a farwell
d*etl m 'party tiven last evening t Agt in honor of the
otetalT otfthe Brrailiaa Legation -h a4ia. Oswaldo Barreto
p* .' who, are having Panasna seen fee hi new station in
A'tWrp,, Belum. _
-, C Ti o ecek&all iarty Was held In the Blbot Lounge of the
N .OW El Fanamli.
; .'* *. --. O .
Amian dor and Mrs. Amefiilan Women's Oub wer
a sn-Planas Entertain tie gateats of honor o Wednei
Th 4tAmbassador of" Honiuras day smornlng- st a coffe part
to Panama and Mrs. Marco A. given at the Club's Headqual
<,1Baund*es-P an-as entertained terms on Shaler Road by th
yesterday at the Embassy with Board of Directors of the Clu
a luncheon given in honor of
the bcretary of Phe Brazilian Luncheon At Tivoll
on and Mrs. Osw*ldo Ba- Follows Meeting
r eSilva.F. following the monthly meet
ing of the Isthmilan Rellgioi
Visitor Here From Colombia Workers Federation on Tuesda
Mrs. Maria Luisa de Ahrens, in the Cathedral of St. Luke I
of Call, Colombia, arrived re- Abcon the members attended
cently by plae .-n route to luncheon in the Fern Room 0
New York and i4th~Ae house guest the Hotel Tivoli.
of Mr. awd Mr. Iewls B. Moore M honored At
for 1e!ral day .Mrs.win Honored At
D '-I Chapter Meeting
Dr. and Mrs. Adam Fern Leaf Chapter No.
Sall for U. 8. 0. E. S., held their regul
Dr. and M s. G. W. Adams meeting at the Pedro Migue
and their grandson, .J ames Ldge Hall recently with Mr
Mara, alled today aboard the Eula J.. Ewing, Past Matror
B. S.ePanama for New York en presiding during the conferrin
route to Iowa City, Iowa, where of the degrees.
Dr. Adains has, accepted a post- Mrs. wing, Past Matron, wi
tion with the Veterans Admin- be retired from service wit
Istration Hospital. the Panama Canal Company E
; *, the end of the month and plan
Mrs. Home Returns to Isthmus to sail on November 7 for th
Mrs. William R. Hornme of An- United States.
con returned recently by p l As a farewell gift from th
Irom Call, "Colombia where sh Chapter Mrs. Ewing was pre
has been visiting for the pas seated a Life Membership an
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. a travelling clock..
Gordon Ashe. FlaY
Gorn Alay ead Group To Meet
The Play Reaing.,roup o
1beVunb Wedding the Oanal Zone Colege clu
Th a laae will 2hld Its firt regular meet
.tSurday evening, Novem- ing bl the current -year nex
baer it, at a candlelight ser- Tuestay, at 7:30 p-m. at th
vo tiie Grace Presbyterian home of. Miss Monies Parle)
n Detroit, Michigan, house 7,0-apartment 29, Barna
=M =-iy 'Ann Crumb,, daugh- by Street, Balboa;
t-_of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Miss Dorothy Moody is i
1C b, Sr., will become the charge. of th'e program which
bft i9f Mr. It. Kenneth Fergu- will be based on "The Male Ani
son u*on of the late Mi. Hubert rmal," a comedy now running o
Ferguson and Mrs. A u g us t Broadway, by James Thurbe
Lyons, of Curundu, Canal Zone. and Elliott Nugent.
The bride, who will be given College Club members inter
In narr4age by her father, will ested in this group, and thel
be attired in a princess gown guests, are invited.
of Chantilly jace and nylon net. --
Her finger-tip length veil of il- Annual Firemen's Ball
lusion Will be held by a circlet On November 7
\tf lilies of toe valley.- The Canal Zone Firemen'
.19Miss Barbark Jean Hastings Ball will be held on Novembe
Vil serve hur. cousin as maid- 7 at the Hotel El Panama. Mas
*-honor -, the bridesmaid ter of ceremonies,, Johnny Bal
wl be the t er: the bride- linger, willPpressnt a four-ac
groom, Mits SBe Ferguson, and floor ahowu and music will b
iss Lois aestingi: Miss Mary furnshed ,-' ndo Boza an
Hastfhgp ,will be the flower his rcestare $1.0
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T*ew Vaiber HoBiored Reserve Offleeis
At Coffee Party Meet tonight
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Church Women To Meet
October 23
The 77th Semi-Annual Meet-
ing of the Panama Federation
of Women's Societies for Chris-
tian Service will be held at the
Margarita Union Church on Oc-
tober 23 at 9:00 a.m. This will
be a half day session and all
church women are welcome at
this -meeting.
Transportation will be ar-
ranged at Mt. Hope Railroad
Station for those arriving from
the Pacific Side on the 8:35 a.
m. train. The meeting will be
preceded by coffee, and lunch-
eon will be served by the ladies
of the Margarita Church at the
close of the meeting at 11:40
a.m.
Reverend William H. Arm-
strong, British Methodist Pas-
tor, of Panama City, will be the
guesb speaker. His topic will be,
"The Eternal Word in Contem-
porary Life." There will be two
soprano solos sung by Mrs. Burt
Watson, "The Lord Is My Light,"
by Frances Allltson, and "Ac-
quaint Now Thyself With God,"
by Franklin Riker. Mrs. Watson
will be accompanied by Miss
Freda Flenniken.


t "Night Must Fall'
e Opens Wednesday
d The Canal Zone Theater
0 Guild will present "Night Must
- Fall" by Emlyn Williams, on
at Wednesday, October, 32 n d
Thursday.. .Otober a,-at the
Diablo, Teater. -. ,.
Ticket W on sale' fg-
- mar's or may be bo at tea
d a The.ter on qights
. of. the fperormanc ."t.eerva-
ftons" may be made by calling
Panama 3-3347 between 12:001
and 2:00 p.m. daily.
- Dance For Boat Club Members
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
invited its members to the re-
gular monthly free dinner and
dance to be held at the Club
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.


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offending underarm: qdour spoil your natural freshness. Your
bath temporarily washes away unpleasant'perspiration odour,
but it will not give you the lasting protectiioiyou can rely on.
Odo-Ro-No safely stops perspiration and
odour for a full 24 hours.
t* Odo-Ro-No stays creamy longer-never gets
gritty even in open jar.
No deodorant cream is so harmless to fabrics
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No deodorant cream is gender to even
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If yos prefer a lUqu doodoiwnt,
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fie Chapter 'of the Reserve Of-
ficers Association will be held
tonight at the American Legion
Club. Dinner and refreshments
at 7:30 p.m. will be followed by
a business meeting at 8:00 p.m.

D. A. R. Meeting Tomorrow.
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Rev-
olution, Will meet tomorrow at
2:00 p.m. in the Library of the
Jewish Welfare Board Center
on La Boca. Road in Balboa, .
This regular 'fall meeting will
be the first held under the aus-
ices of newly elected officers.
leading the slate in Mrs. Ru-
dolph Rubelli of Ctstobal,
D.A.R. Regent.
Guest speaker for the after-
noon 'will be Mrs. Milton Lee
Nash of Gatun, who will discuss
the convention of the Children
of the American Revolution.
All ladies eligible for mem-
bership in the D. A. R. are in-
vited.

Dance Tonight at Legion Club
A three piece ensemble will
play tonight for dancing at
the American Legion Club at
Fort Amador from 8:30 until
12:30.


Jungle Jim To lead F4Iluands, Janowiz

P T n Jai Tio Presentl Program

ver The Weekend AtJWB Next Sunday
Jun ie Jim Price, has an- Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Fein-
ada -new two-day "Jungle land and Hans Janowitz will be
bi t Xshfig jaunt," this week- featured in another of the series
end aboard Hotel El Panama's "Introduction to musical mas-
fishing cruiser the "Pescadora." terpleces" at the USO-JWB
The idea behind the trip is Armed Forces Service Center,
to provide an inexpensive way Balboa, Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
tor people to try out Panama's Alexander Feinland, violinist;
fabulous fishing waters. Mrs. Elizabeth Feinland, cellist,
The tour includes the Pa and Janowitz, pianist, will pre-
The tour includes the Pa- sent and all-Mendelshon pro-
clfic entrance to The Panama gram which includes the Sonata
Canal, the island of Taboga, in D Major. Opus 58 for violin,
the famous Pearl Islands and cello and piano, and the Violin
the coast of Darien almost to Concerto mInD Minor, written
the Colombian border, by Mendesohn at the age of 12
Tackle will be supplied free and played for the first time
to catch sailfish and other fish by Mendelsohn at the age of 12
which abound' in Pa nama offered to him by a member of
waters. the Mendelsohn family in Lon-
Jim says "for food no one don in 1951.
will have to depend entirely on Feinland's rendition of this
what fish are caught, since El concerto is probably the first
Panama is catering the meals!" time it will have been played
The trip will start out at 7 in Latin America.
a.m. Saturday morning, return-, Military personnel and their
ing at 6 p.m. Sunday. families, and the public, both of
Anyone desiring further In- the Canal Zone and the Repub-
formation may telephone Jungle lic of Panama are invited. There
Jim at Panama 3-1660 or their is no admission charge.
travel agent. _______

Colon Officials Walter Hunnicutt
Will Attend Gets Appointment
Will Attend From National VFW
Debonair Dance
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-Walter
COLON, Oct. 17 Four of Co- J. Hunnicutt of Colon, R. P.,
Ion's officials, Mayor Jose D. Ba- has been appointed a member
zan, Police Chief Pastor Ramos of the rVational civil defense
Jr.. Deputy Jose Arqsemeha 0. committee of the Veterans of
and bank manager Anibal'balin- Foreign wars of the United
do r edude Sal States by Commander-in-Chief
do are scheduled to be special James W. Cqthran, it is an.
guests at the Debonair Social and nounced at VFW national head-
Sporting Club's Hallow6'en dance quarters here.
tomorrow night at the Tropical The VFW has pledged the na-
Chlb. tional civil defense administra-
Music will be furnished by Ar- tion its all-out cooperation and
mando Boza's and Angelo Jaspe's toward that end is appointing
orchestras from 9:30 p.m. until post, district, department and
8:30 a.m. national committeemen.


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We opened our doors with Fuller Brush Products five years
ago on the 20 of October and in appreciation offer many of
our products at but a fraction of original Cost. Save on your
own or gift needs.


We shall continue to sell and distribute the Fuller Products
but not at prices of this sale. This is our 'way of saying
thanks for your continued patronage.
While they last we have a few Radios and a few good used
Electrolux cleaners also on sale.

Remember there is no better product than a Fuller Product
whether a hair brush, bath brush, mop or lipstick.
Buy your X'mas needs and save.


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Radio Programs Control Of Expors, Loct Student
You Sell 'em...When You T ell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds! Vour. comm.ntst.at. To eds Has Slowed n o
ave your Ad viti one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panamia HO- 4 Soviet Arm uldup o
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon H OJ-8 WASHINGTON. Oct.17 (1UP)-1 Mo '
91 Whe. 100.000 Psple Me~ Communist countries has slowed: the Quadr :. 8 heM
%wis Service Salon de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store the Soviet military buildup. For- party. Gn e -.
T l.Presen-ts-eg rr Ai tre.'tokrtWyAverel iParty net.tu a ,of
4 Tivoli A --Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street 10,059 Meltndei Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n rinA re Drted to Averell rPaamaa St
SP He said It is not p .ble to a junior At Grnell solM
*", Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words Today, Friday Oct. 17 "measure statistically the pre- a member of the caeo
aTorrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner Estudiante St. 3. each additional word. P.M. cre effect of the expert control mopolitan club.
'urth of July Ave--Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 each additional 3:30-Music ForFriday Program on the soviet bloc," butPe .
3:30-MusicWtortFridathere is "substantial evidence Penny.P b -. '.
4:00-Musc Without Words that the Soviet military build-up DETROIt, (UP) rI t
S:30-Wts ur orite ha teen slowed by the operation Robert Jen of
4:30-What's Your Favoipeies are needed r a
"-erOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RESORTS&The MutualSecurncy the Detroit Lions tet
SrOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RESORTS viKL.IAL 5:35--What's Your Favorite director discussed the export con- JenningsaveteranseM U
--. Huelhl Do you have a drinking problem? Utonlo hi. Casino Santa Clara. Dance music by PROFESSIONAL 6:00-F(c ND FASHIONS tr ogramto Inhisfirst semi-an- older, secured two 1e 2,ae
-ol____ -- Write Alcoholics Anonymous. *B* s Casino Aces. No reservations ne- P FO6:30-Ph ilco Rendezvous -nia re t to Congress on oper- boos by turning over 3240 pen
SALE: 25 cycle ; ot oil 2' A nco C. Z FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger cessary, Saturday and Sunday. 6: 45-LowellThoa atlon of the Battle Act. nie.
F_ Th m r loSALE:rantyc; on-1 /W!t203 -Alncon ooC.Z-a.- 6:RS-- Thom s atinoute4BttleA Th Wass
SFrgidae. ENent co- commercial at Agencias Cosmos. measure calls for an au-
eho N. Eudante street NaE2. x e n v 3 ar1-S5.E tudian Esreet N ee40. Between phone ottPanama.is.2-4721.cot ges. cri bea 7:0- I POR ar tor ey ran nth del
an d "J" Street. Phone 2- stoves, moderate rates. Telephone EXPENSIVE GUESTS. 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS which sends arms, ammunition bletohalt altradL SO-
F .SAE:L9~ cubic ft. refrigerator 3479, Panama. FOR SALE: 1952 Cadillac, 4 door. 6-441 Gamboa. 4-567 Pedro ti- IF YOU REALLY WANT REVIEW or atomic materials to countrle'viet Union and its oHe
porcelain 25) cycle $60.00. I1 Wll trade. Leaving. Overall, 5330 guel. THEM 7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan do:nlnated by Russia. Yugoslaviat aid many Western nr tely
ver Tone floor model 12 tubes rdmintedayAREA,""theRautf A. Davis Street, Dioblo. TO GET RID OFT
$80.00. Vene for model 12 turgbe rave via "AREA," "the Route of A. Davis Street. ATTENTION; All rents reduced 8:00-Reuest alone Is peclflcally excluded because of on theb ovietUiontt U ,
$80.00. Venetin bMindsc, Hous large Good Neighbor NO INCREASE FOR SALE:-Red Pontiac convertible, on Foster's furnished cottages, one USE 8:45.-U.P. Commentary its ties with the West. some of which are tmpot .s to
four mall $50.00. Msc. House IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND purchased Dec. 1949. Hydramatic mile beyond Santa-Clara, private 9:00-hort Story Theater In a report covering the sixth westerndeen ert.
752 Balboa Road. COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI. W/W 23,000 miles. Excellent con- road to beach. (Bring own linens). M A R F R I N, F)R SALE:-25 Cycle G E. Refri- 67.00 ...NEW YORK, $101... edition. Phone 86-5235. For information call at Dogmr's Ra & M K9:30-London Studio Concerts
gerator S50.00. Colf Clubs and GUAYAQUIL, $75.00.. ..QUITO No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone O & ero A )
Bag, $20. Navy 3402 $86.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120. FOR SALE-1948 Buick Super, con- Panamo2-1070. (contains WAR-FARIN) 10:00-Calvacade of Ame rica
FOR SALE:-Beoutiful 9 cu. f. Kel- 60...NEW YORK $208.60 .... vertible, cheap. No. I "I" POtreet. (VOA)
GUAYAQUIL, $35.00... QUI- Telephone Panama 2-3518. PHILLIPS Oceansid Cottages.h he GEO F. NOVEY. INC. 10:30-Adventures of P.C. 49 O O KIN G FO R HE
vinator refrigerator, $125.00, prac- TO, $154.80. BOEING 4-engine FORSALE-1949 Ford 6 overdrive. Only cort in Santa Clato with an ( )
tically a gve- y.CallPanama planes. For more details see PAN- Lowmileage, whitesidewall tires Ocenvi Rrom cottges.Stes 27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140 11:00-wl's Nest -- --
3-2108 mogrnig AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo- seat covers, duty paid, Panama to beach Rock Gas. refrigeration 1:00 a.m.- Sign off .
FOR SALE: -- Complete metal bed site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- 3-4074. barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- .. ,.. .
various pcs. mahogany furniture & 655. FOR SALE OR TRADE 1952 Mar- Box No. 3 BMaarita 3-.. MODERN FURNITURE Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 1S
ornamental plants. Cheap and ve FOR SALE O TRADE 1952 M N. 435 Blb MODERN FURNITUR
good condition. Wilcox Apartment SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ris Minor, 3,000 miles. 8029-C, PERSONALS T To lsnowooM :00-Alarm Clock Club
7 S.os 0'. Apt. EXIONMargarita. Phone 3-2947.O SROW-.R00M 6:00-Alarm Clock Club
7 >l St. House 907.. Apt. 5, Co FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO ER 8LUpcover 7:30-Jazz Salon
log, ,one way $85, round trip $135 (15 FOR SALE-1951 Pontiac Catalina, Reuphoste 8:15-Strictly Instrumental
o SALE.-A'nio t 8 1 cu day-limit), $160, 'good one year); Duty Paid. Blue and Ivory, WSW, Will Alemeno Atkinson please call RES8:3-Ec feature
fth'Westinahouse refigerotor, 2. to LOS ANGELES, one' way,. $149. Hydramotic, radio, 9,000 miles, Mrs. L. S. Presley 25-3521,"HERES" 98:00-Newsature
cy5es, $290.00. Address: 81- 1-5, round trip $252.35. 90 day- $2,350.00.Cal Balboa 4211. UK RENT Ate ew 9:15--Meet the People
Empire St. Tel. 2-2865, E-olboa. mit Panama Dispatch Service' FOR SALE:-Ford V-8 1950, leav- W K *R N Tel 3-462111 9:30-As I See It
________- ____________ ,___ --_ opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pan- country. Cll Pnma 3-4485. ' 10:00-News l
aOR SALE:-Venetian blinds, white s^ onbt-1655.P -ing country. Call Panama 3-4485. Apari n s 10:0he RecOrd
alu. inum, with blue tapes, s -ze: FOR SALE:-1940 Buick. Nice con- AHAMRA APARTMNTS Tr prt water, S. A. 11:00-News "cr
5- 65 x 56; 1- -40 x 56; 2-44' L Afice ditian. Good transportation. Re o- A BLAn iRA APARTMENTs
S56; 3-43 x 72; 1-1-0 x 2_ Bids will be received in the office GoTwo td f Ra ll:05---ff the Record (ontd) A
Hcue 127-A, Almcnd St. Gav- of the Supply and Service Director, sonable3.Leaving Isthmus. Phone unTfurnished oportent; privt .n- Shipping, movng storage. 11:30-Offteet The Bod (contd)
on Area. Balbog Heights, or General Mon- closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street, We pack and crate or mov 12:00-News
oger, Commissary Division, Mount FOR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet .coupe. New Cristobol. Telephone Colon 'We Pan n ndcrate r mov P.M n
SOR SALE:-Three piece Simmons Hope, Canal Zone, until 3:00 p. Good running condition. Not duty 1386. anythl"i, 'Phone 2-2451, 12:05-New Tune Time
upholstered livingroom set couch, m. Wednesday, November 19, paid. 1701-B, Old Cristobaol, phone FOR RENT: Modt 2 62 P, rr 12:30-The Football Prophet
converts into double 'bed. Excellent 1952, when they will be opened 3-2408. FOR RENT: Modern apartment -Pana*. 1:00--News 'b'
condition. Bargoin price. Call Ana. in public, for furnishing 870,000 completely furnished, 3 bedrooms, 1 15-Personality Parade
Telephone 3-3268 or 2-3438. pounds or, alternatively, 43,00 FOR SALE:-951 door Mercury 2 bathrooms, servants's room with 1:45-The David RoseShow M NY M KE -
pounds of Fine Granulated Sugar. Sedan with overdrive. 1940 4 door bath, living-diningroom, cold and him MAIE M K -
SALE: OR TRADE: Bendixne, 60- Forms of proposal, with full parti- Mercury Sedon, 2 bed spring coil hot water. $200.00. No. 17, 47th 2:00-VOA Stamp Club
Economat washing oeachne. 60- lorms of o eobtaed in the single, battery charger. 1-2 H.P. Street E. O 2:15-Dancet Musito choose from!
cycle. One Westinghouse refriger- culars,.m ,y obtainedi t e 25 cycle motor. Phone 6-219. o 1. .4 aAC A 2:3--Afternoon Melodies ML
atcr. 70 lb. freezing capacity, 60- office of the Supply and Service 0260-C, Gamboator. Phone 6-219. FOR RENT: New modern aport- (Palme Grades 2:45-Battle Of The Bands
cycle. Or will trade 60-cycle unit Director, Balboa Heights, or of the ment, suitable for clinic, office or C 01 : 3:00-Band of America (VOA)
tr 25-cycle. Both 2 ,ear old. 1437 General Manager, Commissory FOR SALE:-1948 Kaiser 4 Door residence, $120.00. No. 22, 34th t 13 nd i pap- 3:15-The Little Show m
S we, Balboo. ear old 143 Division Mount Hope, Canal Zone. Sedan. House 0764-H. William- Street. Panama.nm a. "ar 3:S0. Por dam
D son Place, Balboa, 4 to 6 p. m. FOR RENT:-Comfortable apartment, fromkLUX1binU0i 3:4--M icalInterlude Pr
NTTENTION! New units, cost plenty PANAMA & COLON AQUARISTS: o PbrA5anrtmen... T ,- "-Music I rlud s,
4 Musi or Saturday 9 WANTED Cothm Chil Aeu Trosleys to CadillYri
be safe. Weighouse 9 cu. ft 30 types. Panama: Acuorio Tropi- 3-0847. 5:A0--News
25 Cycle refrigerator. 3 Yr. written cal, I1 Via Espo6a, opposite Juan Misecellaneo: Worew 3-0847. 5: P-e..
gunronte .S150. 1405-A Carr St. Franco Stobles. Phone 3-4132, Co- .-M 5:3--What', Your Favorite tiaCeS rmtWOlyRKdUCW
Ba.'oa 2-1o5. Ion. 8066 A, 91,2 Street, phone WANTED:-American couple desires FOR RENT I(con te
S 1251-B vacation quarters. December 1st. 6:Q-On Stage America
:- Westinghouse Refriger- 251-B. Call Pedro Miguel 4-300. RoomS 6:30-The Railroad otr. -
.otcr with new unit, 60 cycle, C ANY FO 7:00-Paris 8tai e1) I
$12).00. 938 Studebaker very PANAMA CANAL. CO NYANY 0 RENT-Furnished room with or O N 'i b7:30-BLU 0RIBBO PORTS
ood condition. $200.00, 2 beds, OFFERS TRUCK PARTS; INNER panao Minister without meals, to respectableCO Y V I l -i R'I.. I II .... ..A.ALABL
crib, dining table, 4 chairs, side- TUBES CARBURTORS AND gentleman or lady. No. S10 Es-50 OWA ACOB? 7 ":45-Jam Sesion(VOA) 'hn .
board, misc. household goods. Chile MAGNETOS FOR SALE b" TO At ambo ,tudionte Street letter "i", to the tOWA O8:00-..Masterwork .fro France
Avenue, apartment 2. Sealed bids, for opening in public, TO Attend Gamb rear. for NEA Serc:1t
will be received until 10:30 A.M., (RDF) 1 block from
December 2, 1952, for International Chapter Meeting 8:30--Amere n r .Folk Musie v in
OR SALE ond Garwood Load Packing TruckFeo= (VOA)
FORParts; Inner Tubes; Carburetors and A monthly meeting of the Funeral Services OT i 845--.. commentary
otnr.veq.! Magnetos, General Purpose, located OGamboa Chapter of Local 900 Is For 'Bob' Brady *A 9:30-OoA Hit Parade
r_ at the Balboa Storehouse. Excess scheduled to be held this evening For6 ady : 0 30--DVOAHitParade Mu
FOR SALE-Late model Indian Su- Sale Circular No. 25, Port IV, may at the Santa Cruz Clubhouse T r I AA 10:00-Dance Music
per Scout 480 cc., good condition be obtained from the office of Su- commencing at 6:30 p.mi. Tomorrow In Ancon 410874 10:30-Sy phonyy Hall, USA
$245.00. House 5564-F, Diablo. perintendent of Storehouses, Balboo, Ricardo Arips E. Minister of Funeral services for Robert S. W18T 5A8n (VOA)
rOA SALE: 1951 motorcycle- teJephone 2-2777. Labor, Social 'Welfare and Pub- Brady, whose death occurred 6a3 2K 1078 11:00-Owl's Nest
T"rttqmph Speed twin. Excellent lie Health, has accepted an invi- Sunday at Gorgas Hospital, will 9972 IV 108 4 Sign Off at 1:00 a.m. 011
condition. Must sell. Con be seen station from the chapter to at- e held at 8:30 a. m. tomorrow KJ873 *Q 18 1:00 a.m.-Sign Off
at 714-D El Prado. Balboa. Tel. 2- FOR SALE tend this meeting and to speak at Sacred Heart Chapel in An- K4 532
2658. to the audience on labor matters con. Interment will be at Co- OUTB (D) SHORTSOYD BROTH
SMicelaneloUe- as they affect the workers here rozal Cemetery. 4 1SHORTSY B -
on the Canal Zone and in Pana- Pallbearers will be Harry Al- AK3 The P"-
Position Offered FOR SALE Two copper gasoline ma. len Asa Bullock, Jr., Wendeh 942 The Peeper
Poston ernks approximately 40 gallons, The Minister of Labor has Lindsay. James Ross, Captain A QJ DETROIT, (UP) Po n- AS YOU WOULD Y
each. Will sell for price of copper, made provisions that In the rd Sergeant, and Christian North-South vul vestigated whea r a woman co- .
WANTED: Salesman or saleslady, See Fagerberg at Panama Canal event he, for some unforeseen cir- Mr. Brady, who was 8 p years Wl alained abouy wdow." The culprit t O WYE
wanted for large concern. Excel- Yacht Club (Cristoball. cumstance cannot find It possible Mr. Brady, who was 86 years so*l Wag 5Neft fad my window."Theoun ri tunMed
nt orgconYacht Club (Cristobl. cu stance cannot find impossible old, had been a well known 14, P9 8 41 Pan out to be Skeezix, a p 't onkey
lent working condition, good so- to attend, his secretary, Francis- figure on the Isthmus since the IN.T. P N.T. out that be Skee a pet hisonkey
lary. Write Casa Fastlich. Box 323, FOR SALE-Best oall around airitane, co Alvarado Jr., will represent early Canal construction days. P P th wanderedaway o hi ine en t
R. of P. stating age and expe- oIall metal Luscombe 1947 stressed hip at the session. He had been a patient at Gor- y. Pa ae agency at
rience for acrobatics, ideal for club, Reports of the executive board gas Hospital for some years be. a times glay xtede m
cross country or student insrtuc- meeting held on Sunday, October fore his death. By The Bk
tion. Has two-way radio, generat- 12 will be given to the members He is survived by a daughter. BOSTON, (UP) Frederick J. pr3essional advice on 0
or, starter metal propeller. In top by the rank and file member on Mrs. Esther M. Schwanbeck, of We hear so much about the herman, 58 of Everett *atg- fire or casualty iurane
condition, am leaving. Call lEen- the board, Adolfo Ruiz. Los Angeles: and three sons, hold-up play, but sometime n a onthn l Jue prbh There is n
dixen, 83-5268. 2170-D, Curun- International Representative Robert J. and Edward J. Brady, verloo the fact that hold-u we peared before MunicJipal udge probl ion. There i no
du. Ed K. Welsh also will be on hand. of the Canal Zone. and Charlescan be a f mistake. It Frank- uess I'll ha to tedobligation . nor wl
DIRT I IFOR SALE:-Lodies suit gabardine- E A. Brady. of LOS Angeles. ost important tknow when I' lSherman was v' bo you be objected to ay .-.-
beige 14 ',2. Worn once. Tel. 4- not toh d as it is to know you." rman was arged you be subjected to any
o t l-upwouse507-AaCcoi F sd E Wet oke or-with stealing five law books.. high-pressure selling. We seek t dmotat. -
[II.Irt'li,127. House 507-A, Cocoli. 0" E.gtaatsplay..
.l FOR SALE:-Frigidoire refrigerator, jFe S o ete p tant play, -t-e.e-tr East. C. t* r,-
gas stove, studio couch, stomp al- He d a n D m i When West opened the seven their East dropped the pee or friendly service in the hope that'wihen you aed furhe: <"
bum. Child's movie projector, No. n L e of diamonds In the hand shown the ten of diamond t t coverage ou will remember aa
I 62 Mariano Arosemena Street, up- P Dent today, South made the mistake would be blocked. Deeip. would coerg you wi remember m faYOM~y. f-- me .,
stairs, Panama. P OSsenger Dept, of holding up dumiy's ace. last immediately try the tchlb *se. free to sonault us at all n s ~ .
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- won with the queen.of diamonds and West would win .witl the ;
f H.--_- -- ^ ator 60 cycles, Underwood type- Fred E. Wells has been named and returned -the Ni to dum-king, thn gR I :" "?
r ''-y wter, mahogany diningroom setye Paasenger Traffic Manager and my's ace. Thus West's.long ault If West then cashed the king '
RCA Victor radio, girl's bicycle. \ 7. !Steamship Ticket Agent for the was established In the first two of diamonds, Bouth's nhine would
keep your engine oil free from baby crib, stroller. Phone 916, Co- Panama Line on the Isthmus, tricks. become established for .saond
Ion. succeeding Irving R. Lanzner. South needed at least two clubs stopper. It West led a low dia- l
*armful abrasives with a sFR StArE ew st -gtprit was announced at Balboa to make his contract, so he im- mond after taking th- kitf of
mu arasives wit ... FOR SALE: New Gonset tr-bond Men get pers from oyers Heights. mediately tried the club finesse. clubs. East would wI. Pil d "I" St I t. (L eps Patr)J
Converter complete' with Gonset but it tokes a woman to get The appointment becomes et- This had the great merit of get- be unable to continue th suit. General Agentl Uilted Stata PldShUty & QsIf4l, *."
Noise Clipper and Steering Post diamond from a nut. *pi* fective October 26. tin te agony overubs West West's openIng dad ot i o1I
e tln o l n or M ercury m hunting 65bracket, 00 $45 oo KZ5AD. ,, hPo ste P1 4aedgtr I J m.amorId fnd k .tht H e ape. ... -
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FOR FSiAer LE 25 cycle r KidneySlow-Down 1-951 and hadbeen m- aSewon te variby pene fS uat 0t FosmS a" St
Cartridge extra track, automatic switches aner~ a d today on the diamonds since ti was one of West is known to a trin ly rl .
Cartrid-nd signals. House 718-D. El Pama and plans to live the standard pittons in which or mor. honors in diamonds. It
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TBRAllSAL DINNER PARTY
Si. '. a Mr. Frank Parrell entertained Wednesday .TO-
lptat the Hotel Washingtoe, with a dinner party, preceding
the n ea al for the wedding of their daughter, Bette, to
Mr. Richard Swearingen, which will take place this evening
at t Fort Davis Chapel.
ho guests present with the afflanced couple were his
partt, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Swearlsgena f (atun, Mrs. Wil-
11am Reeman of Santa Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keenan of
Carundu, Mr. and Mrs. raoest Cotton and Sue otn, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Redmond, and Miss Margaret Iathaber of
Diablo, Miss arbra Carl and Miss rginia offe of
albea, and Messrs. Jack Peasod, Trevor Simons and Dorn
Them.
Sarpri, Ben Voyage sent for the luncheon.
sapper Party
Mr. and Mrs. George Carty, Chagres Society Children of
who sailed today to make their Amereian Revolutibn,
home in Florence, New Jersey, Elect Officers
were complimented with a sur- At the first meeting of the
rise, covered-dlsh supper par- Chagres Society of the Children
y given at the home of Mr. and of the American Revolution for
Mn. George Malay, in New Cris- the fall season, the officers for
tobal. VWeneaday evening, the new year were elected. The
A large green nd white cake, meeting was held at the home
inscribed with bon voyage sen- of the Senior President, Mrs. R.
timena was presented to the W. Rubelli, of Fort DeLesseps,
honorees by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- and she presided at the meet-
liam Hannlgan. inag.
The other friends who partl- The new officers are: junior
cipated in the affair were: Mr. president-- Donna Humphrey,
and Mrs. William Park, Mr. and who was reelected; recording
Mrs. M. Yocum, Mr. and Mrs. secretary- Grace Argo; Cor-
W. W. Patton, and Mrs. James responding Secretary- Philip
McDade. Hadarits' Treasurer Miss Ca-
-therine Argo; Registrar- Don-
Bowling Luncheon aid Humphrey; Historian- An-
At 0oee Sole dra Lee Nash; Color Bearer-
The Ladie~ Bowling League Joan Muller.
at thelCoco L ow Naval Station Andra Lee Nash gave a report
had )uneheon at the Ofticere on the National Convenaon- of
Club allowing the close .of the CAR. which she attended
their recent tournament. in Washington, D. C., in April.
Mrs. Jue Clark, president, The meeting closed with the
presided atthe business meeting singing of he C.A.R. Song with
and election of officers. The Miss Catherine"Argo accompa-
results .t the election- were: nying on the piano. Mrs. Rubel-
president -Mrs. L. A. Snead, I served refreshments.
vieo-president- Mrs. R. G. te adults present we r e:
Stiles, Secretary- Mrs. J. M. Mrs. 'John Muller, Mrs. Em-
Cummings, Jr., Treasure r- mett Argo and Mrs. Lee Nash.
Dorothy MoKay.
The following trophies were D.. A. Meeting Tomorrow
awarded: Mrs. Ro Smith won The opening meeting for the
the trophy for having h I g h Panama Canal Chapter, Daugh-
ame; Mrs. F' Wroble had ters of the American Revolu-
gh average; r.rs H. B. Parks tion will be held tomorrow af-
had high set. ternoon in the li brary of the
The winning team was cap- Jewish Welfale Board Building
stained by Mrs. P. B. Fitch, the at 2;00 p.m..
other members were: Mrs. All ladles eligible for mem-
nead, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. R. L. bership in the organization are
Smith and Mrs. T. L. Apple- invited.
It was announced that two Brownie To-p 32
lew members are Joining the Has Inter Meetig
e. They are Mrs. H. T. A specialmeetint of Brownie
SSSr held oTuew afternoon at the.
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number of events being cele-
brated.
The meeting opened with a
"fly-up" for Ruby Hall who was
received into Intermediate
Troop 33 by her new patrol
leader, Ellen Whitaker, in the
absence of the leader, Mrs. R.
E. Cox.
This was followed by an in-
vestiture service, in which Jo
Ann' Edmonds was initiated in-
to the troop.
Six one year pendants were
presented Betty Jasman, Vicki
Fettler, Bonnie Lou Shumate,
Pamela Johnston, Ann Cookson,
and Ursula Alexaltls.
Seven second year pendants
were given Barbara Hall, Ruby
Hall, Carance Ladd, Terry Liv-
ingston, E velyn Hawthorne,
Ann McLelland, and Carol Sea-
man.
Three of the members cele-
brated their birthday anniver-
saries. The celebrants were: Ru-
by Hall, who was ten years old,
Barbara Hall, nine years old,
and Julie Peres, eight years of
age.
Refreshments were served and
games were played.
Mrs. Walter Edmonds, a new
troop committee member was
present with Mrs. E. S. McLel-
and, Mrs. Harry Seaman and
Mrs. George Tully, the leaders.

Needlework Guild Meeting
All chairmen ot the Atlantic
Needlework Guild have been
reminded of the meeting to be
held at the Inter American
Woman's Club at 3:30 p.m to-
morrow afternoon.
Plans will be made at this
time for the annual tea and
cQllectlon 'of garments for au-
thorized charities.
Hard Times Party Tomorrow
A Hard Times party is plan-
ned for Saturday evening at the
Atlantic Saddle Club by the
Grace Group of the Gatun
Union Church Auxiliary.
The guests for the evening
will be the members of the Joy
Group and their husbands, and
the husbands of the oGr ce
Group.
The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. If
transportation is desired, call
Mrs. Newhard Gatun 472.
Girl Scouts Elect Offleers
The members of Intermediate
Girl Scout Troop 50 of Margari-
ta met Wednesday afternoon
at the gym. At this time the
members voted to change the


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' ITO THE T E O ELECTRIC ENERGY

I THE Cf1'Y PF COLON
We again rqisi" th. corueuftu rs of electric energy in the City 6f
Col6n to continue economizing electric current from 6:30 rF 8:30
p.m. until further notice, in order to avoid us the necessity discon-
necting one or several circuits in the City due to the lack electric
Current.
This request is made in the most sincere manner to our consumers
in the city of Col6n.


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it will last until 4:30 p.m.
The following officers were
elected: president- Marguerite
Engelke, vice-president- Pa-
tricia Lawson, Secretary- Kit-
ty O'Brien, Treasurer- Alice
Taber.
The girls were reminded to
bring their money for troop
registration to the next meet-
ing.
Mrs. Steven Rainey and Mrs.
Herbert Engelke were in charge
of the meeting.


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$562. and to every major European city at similar low fares. Giant
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP)
-Defense Moblizer Henry H.
Fowler asked government agen-
cies today to prevent shortages
of some strategic materials by
offering attractive financial in-
centives.
The materials, understood to
number about a half dozen, are
needed for jet engines and other
key weapons. Fowler mentioned
nickel specifically as a metal
for which stockpile goals are
substantially higher than sup-
plies. He did not name the other
materials.
Fowler asked the agencies to
Intensify efforts to promote and
encourage development of ore
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term contracts at prices higher
than the market, and bonus
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CLU-MTC Meeting
At.Balb a Sunday
The Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council will elect
officers for the coming year at
its regularly scheduled month-
ly meeting set for 8:30 ,a. m.
Sunday at Balboa Lodge Hall.
Local officials hope that they
Will have a significant and de-
talled report from Howard
Munro, legislative represents.
tive for the union groups, as
well as for the CZ Emergency
Legislation Committee. Munro
is in Washington.
Nominations for union offices
were made at last month's
Meeting, but others may be add-
ed before a vote is taken on
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ration of 200 elgarets, to cele-
brate his 100th birthday. The
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secret for longevity, loves good
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quantities of coffee. He came to
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120,000 Miners Walk Ouf INM UHi /YI VWl Df A ;-,
In Protest Of WSB Del"y iCHV.Ats(UP) In Rn,
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) strike unless they get the full BY ERSKINE JOHNSON Susan Peters, regaining her rope to escape paying Uncle 1A inc.sy
-Economic Stabilizer Roger L. boost strength on her brother's Califor- !r put big hunk of tax money in.851.bcr
Stabilizer Roger L. boost. HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- nia ranch, is taking to the
Putnam asked the W age Stablll- Yesterday's m meeting of the rloaLde--Y o rs"c ,-w. In case there i l& 0* 00 B . .
zatlon Board yesterday to defer wage board was delayed for e clusively Yours: The gorgeoustfly shortly In "The arrest of, Wm- government tul within a few Sen H.]H ,-
action on a new soft coal labor nearly six hours while Putnam in the ointment that Rita Hay- pole Street." ... A wag around months against towers qualifying dosp said the
contract as more than 120,000 and Cox conferred on strategy. worth and Aly Khan are wading town is telling it that he's going for tax exemption by working r ts of IncreaIn
angry miners walked out in In the brief closed session that through is Zena D'Harcourt, the into the manufacturing business abroad. in 1952. ha lMaye
rotest followed, labor members object- beauty whom Aly flew back to at- for the day when Marilyn Monroe sets had PMajsed.
Informed sources said Put- ed to a further delay and anoth- ter his visit to Rita in Hollywood. and Jane Russell will appear in While the spotlight's on Jac- 000 (B), mark th
nam asked WSB Chairman er meeting was scheduled for A day before Rita arrived in Pa- three-dimensional films. He's go- ques Bergerac, the Frenchman a total at 15, i )
Archibald Cox to get the board tomorrow. ris Aly was celebrating at a nit- in to* turn out seat straps for who has Ginger Rogers In a spin,. t the end of 19
to agree to postpone any deci- The. President's a d v 1 s o r y erv with Zena. theater chairs..., Agent Manlifee Ginger's former hubby, hck IThe Ingras 11 0.'
sion until after the President's board, a top-level gro u p, is a I. Johnstone's actor, clients are Briggs, h working as a sale at seated a new record .
17-man national advisory board scheduled to meet Monday and Tony Curtis has witey Janet worried about her. Three broken In the liquor department of e a r.I"
S on mobilization policy meets Tuesday. It is composed of four Leigh as his leading lady li ribs and a punctured lung as re- Rollwood Blvd. super arket. uninterrupted
next week representatives each from la- "Houdini" and remarks: "What a sult of a home accident. yw u per market. precedented gro h of
More than 120,000 irate min- bor, industry, agriculture and kick. I have the only leading lady Michael Wild ii angs and loan bualnes
ers in seven states walked off the public, with defense mobili- in Hollywood who cleans up my BROTHERLY DREAM ponds and ound as shed sehnts a unique chapt er
their jobs in protest of t h e zer Henry H. Fowler acting as dressing room every morning." Dana Andrews and his kid bro- pnarriage to Lsince his war Tean finance, .a
board's delay in approving the chairman. ther-blond sx-foot, four-i to Tay d.
|$1.90-a-day wage increase ne- Putnam's action indicated the Spike Jones said it at Marion Stephen Forrest-are dreaming
gotiated by John L. Le wi s. administration wants top-draw- Davies' big party for the Johnnie of a co-starring film, "The Man
Many more of the nation's 375,- er advice before taking any ac- Rays: "This is bigger than most From Texas." They'd play' bro- -- -"
000 soft coal miners are set to tion on the coal contract, of the towns we've played In the thers.... Television's sexy siren ,* HAfliW Pul
Only about half of the nego- Midwest." Rita Gam, recently signed by I n thf CfrdS
[ tiated raise could be approved -- MGM after she clicked in "The ItH "
automatically under present It may or may not be because Thief," and her hubby, a New
T O V Shows: 7:00 & stabilization regulations. Indus- Marilyn Monroe is zooming as York video director, are in a has- 1OI2BONTAL V3RTIVAL
da1y try members of the wage board Fox's musical comedy queen, but sle. She's twice postponed leav- IPlaying card J ke
LAST DAY! 9:15 p.m. claim approval of the f.ul Ju Ine Haver is registering disin- Inc. him for Hollywood. It's one High card sevr
amount would constitute terest about her movie career.... of those career or marriage r 8Law Applevcenter
DRIVE IN Theaer another break in the staliza Boris Karo yes, our Bo things. 1 canals

out when their first October "Frankenstein and Johnny Were Hjardis Niven, David Niven's 1is W ithw d duration 1
Love... Terror and payut envelopes failed to contain Lovers.' dreamy-looking Mrs., is getting 16 Poem 8 Tendency
pye nveloPes failed toicon in g an aceTnden:s
S .Emotions Highlligh t The nceaOethe ae -he- movie offers.... Economy note: .17. minin 9Wands 27Element 41Exhausted
orinpin a n T. uled to follow suiteasa theirpay Insiders are saying that Roe- Lads over 21 and lasses over 18 appellaon 10Domestic slave 28Wings 42Girln
Says arrive. mry Clooney has found another are being used to play 16-year- 18Surgical saw 1Period m29Deolish 543'c3idpSa
The most widespread walkouts love and that she will never wed old roles. It saves the studios 20 Light washer 19Exist 80 Soothsayer nta
came in West Virginia where Jose Ferrer. But the name of the from paying salaries to school- 322Before 21Electriled 82 i htaB 44 Pl*xu r
m l HIS an estimated 60,000 miners stop- new flame can't be printed at the teachers for minors. 23 Bow slightly particles a SM hots n 46 illi~
ped work forcing a shutdown of moment....Joe Louis will nar- 24 Idolize 24Touch 36ss.nares 7 VlVeal '
more than two-thirds of that rate the "Joe Louis Story," to be Iatest on the 18-month income 27r Fsh part 25 at 39 Body' of water 4*ObesWV4d
state's coal industry. f"imed next spring, but another ta'. exemption: Business mana- 28 Art (Latin) 26 Chief god of 40 i la e ce 1 G s. of
Producers in the Southern actor will play Joe in the drama- rers and legal eagles are insist- 31- are made the ddas pinn e grasies
Appalachian fields of Kentucky, tie portions. in*, that Hollywood stars now in i a some card
Eastern Tennessee and Virginia .-- game
[PAI [reported an additional 32,000 GRAND OLD LIFE STORY 32Perches
diggers out, and 16,225 refused "The Lifeof Connie Mark," the LriStDbal Chapter a mNw uin.
to report for work at mines In grand old man of baseball, is be- . port
Ohio and Illinois. Ing discussed at MGM. Robert HOlds Business MNtruscan
ITI he extent of the gun-lump- Gutsgell. a Chicago attorney, Is goddess
| Im m llf lE l I ng stoppages came as a sur- renresentinL Mack...Anne Fran- M5tInR Enm ht. 3SExact.r r a
prise since most of the UMW's cis is tearful over the Drinted re- 36Fa- n s ivm ci3 blity n anp s l e e 7 b
I 75,000 members were not ex- orts that she's being droned by M emhira nd prospective mem- 37 Numbner r
Ipected to halt work until Oct. Fox. Studio says it's not true. aers Of Localt 900, GCEOC-CIO 38 Mineral rock
27 when the majority of pay are expected to attend a business 39 Sco f 4
checks for the month come in. "The ,ystem" is being rearedd meeting gf the Cristobal Chap- 40 Femal saint
In the rich Southw e t e r Broden ter tonight at 7 o'clock in the- ab
I *i ..# Pennsylvania soft coal belt 14 a, a Broderick Crawford starer. H optical, locn nden
mines were closed, idling sone at, Warners-a reward for his Club Tropical, Colon. 41
1 omrro fIWEEK-END 4, 0s wers. c, g trouning in "Ston. You're Killing Problems affecting non-U.S. 42Tip over .
I Tomorrow! K-END .500 diggers. whohadMe."..Jimmy Stewart. ho citizens employed in the anal 45 Analyzes a
jl ... RELEASEI ed the earl shift at a io- riodically has to fight the fall-ervice are slated for discussion s entence
Desperate Men town, Pa., mine put it: "I'm go- ing-hair battle, is showing a new Amng em are e Caribbean 49 Above
ve the Terrors ing to get my pay check tomoxr- growth of scalp grass. wage scale; retirement; commls- 50 Mimic
S Brave the Terrors lookit over, and if my ary prices; -school tuitions; livr 52Poker stake -
S of the South Sea raise isn't there --I don't work. A movie fan; reports Alan Wil in facilities.and improvement of hlai
son. visited a psychiatrist and Iainbow City community; hospi- tut
S s a s id "Doc I'n' worried. I have tile tarsan efor a tin r 54 Put on
m Or d! Political C o u r s e te entireceiling and all the iomen'sauxishe.formt. Wndow .lu -- W ass
S-m r II walls of my bedroom covered women's auxiliary for the chap- rMMl t"
S alms For C. mpaign with Marilyn Monroe calendars." Reol, ier.... SD w thes
"That doesn't Prove there's Resolutions dealing With these t Bid I I -
So n lleg tanhing wrong with you," said temwillbereadandanattempt .
S lle" a th g do wil be Made to Implementthem. .
EASTOI4-'.. -. Laf- J' "But there must b'e" insistedL Piesident Edward Gaskin of 10.,y"'"
EASru4,' ia. -- Lafa- "Local 000 and International re-
yette College studied' will have the natlent..I sleep on my stom- presentative, Edward Welsh Will .,e. -
Ito get out and dr'w-up some agh. be present with t important e-
;votes if they, want t9 pass the __-_______- jts .ma m..- i(t Izeate . I
m A- Ri course in political parties this "_ __....
SThe 71,tu4e g tered orl I -
the course to'+.l.edUeted byllllN B rI TT A _Co ndi
S MflA~lq IProf. Paul A. :Pfretzchner, will 430 WY- llJA.L 5 A N IC TR" I
|l U assist ward workers, distributelli STA =m RTfST.-W M
literature, and ring doorbells to T 0 R IW111
help the party of their choice. both a sHMORTS| 3 REASU RI ST C
Some wl be associated with f ,,oir IA i_____ (Techneolor) _styy Dr_ Bt_* |
TI OMORROW candidates for congress and the C O I l WL R
At 11:15 p8m. state -Iegiature to learn how ftkLIIIC"ON UND"
BURT LANCASTER class also will be subjected to a
"I WALKnALONE" candidates and workers of bothPEDROMIGUEL "ftn MaSTI N m
parties. s:u a 5:15E lJUMP JACKS.
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LIKES THE SERVICE-John C. Bland, who joined the Army at
the age of 14. participated in the invasion of Inchon and the recap- .
Sture o SWo1 at ,16. dons-a Marine uniform at the age of IL. After
Senlt t I New York, Maj. Carl W Hoffman helps the young
Ohter don' dt ea blue. Despite hi combat experience. Bland will
ba undergo all phases of Marine recruit training at Parris.
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US7Carriers Geared To Launch

Swift Atomic Counter-Attacks
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP)- such units are not an Integral
American aircraft carriers are part of the ship's air crew.
now geared to launch atomic In addition, so-cqlled "Albu-
counter-attacks against an ene- querque sailors" named after
my v y swiftly after the out- the Intensive atomic research be-
brei.k of a war. > Ing carried on in New Mexico-
Tie ability of some carriers to are assigned to Individual car-
carry out af atomic strike would rier4 for limited training and op-
be lifted only by the time It eratlonal periods.
wpali take to deliver nuclear Military officials refused to say
wea1Os' by plane from land how long it might take to fly a-
stoc' .- ls t6 the veSsels at sea. tom bombs from their storehous-
Vhi'e the Navy declined to es to U.B. aircraft carriers -pre-
discus the ability of Its carrier? sumably because such a timeta-
based planes to deliver A-bombs, ble would enable Russia to nar-
American admirals have made no row down the area in which
secret of the fact.that they have bombs might be stockpiled.
given elose attention to the pro- Some observers believe there
blem of carrier based atomic are logical reasons for the United
bbtirit operations. States to stockpile small numbers
'iT best available information of atomic weapons at well-pro-
Is thrt no American carriers have tested overseas bases In addition
atomic bombs as part of their to the main reserves in this coun-
re'r' 1-r eaponi rationn." try
't informedd military sources There Is no evidence, however,
aid at least some U.S. carriers that the, Atomic Energy Com-
'are equipped to receive and store mission, has; released any bombs
such -weapons at almost a mo- to the military for such purposes.
S.r',1 notice; Everything else Anomg other things there sg. the
niessalry to wage atomic war- (ear ihat overseas stockpiles
f i~s part- theiWr -tandard would be easier for enemy agents
'euplnaenE, it was said. to ferret out.
these _an er a& equipped Nibt
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Wounded In Korea
Cpl. Carlos Ramos, a Puerto
Rican who was stationed at Ft.
Oulick until last May, has been
wounded In action in Korea, the
Department of Defense has an-
nounced.
Ramos' wife, Mrs. Minerva San-
tiago R a m o who resided at
Quarters 22-0, Coco Solito, also
left the Ipthmus last Spring. She
returned to Puerto Rico.
Cpl. Rarfmo was attached dur-
ing his tour of duty here to Bat-
tery B, 764th Gun Batallon, at
Ft. OGllck..


Arlene Dahl
Divorce From Film
Tarzan Lex Barker
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. Oct.
17 (UP)-Film actress Arlene
Dahl won an Interlocutory di-
vorce from Lex Barker, the film
Tarzan. after testimony that he
called her "a hick from Minne-
sota, when she refused a mar-
tini before dinner.
Miss Dahl. 26. and Barker, 33.
were married April 16, 1951. in
New York City. She testified
yesterday that Barker once
locked her out of their home
and frequently sulked and re-
fused to talk to her.


The


Nabted Literer
Turn Ou To Be
Petly Swindler
The arrest of a loiterer by a
Canal Zone policeman near the
Balboa Railroad station proved
also to be the capture Tues-
day of a petty swindler
who had mulcted two Ancon
Post Office employes out of a
total of $6 early last January.
Brought before the Balboa
Magistrate's Court Wednes-
day, Juan Carrera S., 21. Pana-
manian was sentenced to a to-
tal of 60 days on two charges
of obtaining money under false
pretenses and on the loitering
charge.
Carrera was sentenced to 20
days on the charge that on
Jan. 4 he took $3 from Vi-
cente Jullo Ara, an employee of
Ancon P. 0., promising to bring
him six Arrow shirts in return
for the money and -falling to
produce the shirts.'
An additional 20-day sentence
was imposed on Carrera for
using the same ruse in obtain-
ing a similar amount on Jan.
11 from Matthew Kelly. an-
other P. 0. employee, to procure
two Arrow shirts.
Carrera also was sentenced to
20 days on the loitering charge.


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Mrs. Anita McGlade, 30, of
Balboa, died Wednesday at Gor-
gas Hospital only a few hours af-
ter being admitted.
Whe gave birth to an infant
shortly before shae died.
Mrs. McGlade was born in An-
con and had lived practically all
her life In the Canal Zone. Her
husband. John I. McGlade, is
employed as a machinist at the
Pacific Locks.
Mrs. McGlade is a member of
a well known Canal Zone fami-
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Jr. who retired early last year.
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ma Railroad Company.
Mrs. McGlade was a graduate
of Balboa High School and later
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lesg for three years. She then en-
tered the College of Mt. St. Vin-,
cent School of Nursing where she
wan graduated with a bachelor
of science degree.
After her graduation from
nursing school she was employed
at Gorgas Hospital for about one
year. She had been employed in|
the Canal organization on two
occasions before becoming a
nurse, for a shdrt period in the
Commissary Division and from
1941 to 1944 in the Personnel Bu-
reau.
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is survived by her mother and
father and a younger sister, Pa-
tricia Stilson, who now resides
ri Baltimore, Maryland; and two
young children, including the one
born shortly before her death
yesterday,
funeral arrangement will be
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Spnwcrop Frozen Foods Kegters were having
Witn Over Stempeleers I to 1 alleys 3 and
While Atlas Club Splits respectively, w
-000-o cer out of the
The Snowcrop Frozen Foods one week, and
keleks_ set up a barrage of Malee in ir
strikes in the first two games of standings.
the matches held Tuesday even- The record
in/g't'the Diablo Heights Club- Max R. S
house bowling alleys, which was Hermann
autfitcient to cop three points Van Wie
even though the Stempeleers Freund
came in to take the final game. Wilber
The three-point win put the Andrews
Snowerop boys in 1st place in
the' league standings, one point Total
over the Atlas Club keglers.
It was just a question of too
many strikes for Snowcrop and Snowerol
not enough for the Stempeleers Melanson
in the first two games of the Zemer
match, the Frozen Foods boys Jamison
winfining the first 974 to 861 and Presho
the second 924 to 858. In the fin- Morton
al game, the Snowcrop team ran
Into the splits and misses beset- Atl
ting the Stempeleers during the Wheeler
first two games, and Stempel Marabella
Won 925 to 852. Bates
Bill Morton was high for Coffey
Snowcrop with 609, followed by Balcer
Bill Zemer who ran wild with
572. For Stempel, Andrews held Total
high with 556, followed by Her- -
mann with 542. Local
The Atlas Club team of 'Col- Eady
onl" Hector Downe had a bad Billmeyer
time with the Local 595, NEFE Hovan
team, dropping two games, but Malee
taking pinball and one, game. Squires
Bfllmeyer of Local 595 knocked
out three splendid games of 217, Total
202 and 203 for high series of the -
league for the evening with 622, La Impor
followed by substitute Squires Damian, A.
witt- 524. For the Atlas Club, Fronheiser
Bates was high with a fine 582, Damian, J.
including a 244 first game, Co- Muto
blc'wa s high game of the even- Borup
ink, followed by Marabella with
570, which included a 242 first Total
'he H.I. Homa team came to H.I.I
li against La Importadora Se- Best
lecta, former league leaders, and Griffith
tobk two games and pinfall, with Harley
Griffith having a splendid 622 Zeletes
se ies, composed of games of 222, Filebark
209 and 190, with Joe Filebark
O *ning in right behind with 176, Total
anid 191 for 592. For the los-
r Frtnheiser, bowling his first 7461st
i`ht of the season after retur- Saylon
from vacation, was high with Hudak
S ', followed by Borup with 544. Shattuck
SLawless
he final match of the even- Cooley
ht le


Ng saw the gasnousers romu m
Iflerza y Luz knock out 4 points
inst the 7461st AU Signal
tauit, with Thomas getting in a
fle night with 591, followed by
Efgelke with 5588. For the Army
8 s, only Shattuck with 576, and
dak with 540, had any luck,
ich was rough on the Army
U.it.
ieam standings after the play:
S owcrop Frozen
*FPin
Cealw Won Lost Ave.
goodss 15 9 909
AIagCB3lub 14 10 912
Lt importadora
uetr a 131/2 101/ 894
uerza Luz 13 11 880
Matempel & Son 12 12 887
Lo -' 95 NFFE 111/2 121/2 881
74et AU Signal 10 14 866
H I Homa Co. 7 17 865
M e 10 leading bowlers of the
le e after the play:
lce Team Ave.
Mo n Snowcrop 192- 8
M e NFFE 191-14
SB er Atlas 190-10
B p Imp. Sel. 190-10
y Atlas 189- 1
ann Stempel 187 4
' delgnson Snowcrop 186-14
is FyL 185- 4
r r heiser Imp. Sel. 185- 2
SWiter Stempel 183- 0
Morton took over the lead of
thblndividual high average
CrPOp when he knocked out a
ittng 609 against Stempel. while
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4 with 492 and 516,
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shaded slightly by
individual average
of the play:
Stempel & Son
191 149 202 542
169 171 169 509
163 170 171 504
173 178 182 533
165 190 201 556
861 858 925 2644

p Frozen Foods
163 226 159 548
220 179 173 572
216 136 178 530
161 196 134 491
214 187 208 609
las Club
179 181 187 547
242 156 172 570
244 147 191 582
172 164 180 516
156 184 152 492
933 832 882 2707
595, NFFE
171 199 146 516
217 202 203 622
162 162 197 521
159 171 186 516
180 179 165 524
889 913 897 2699
tadora Selecta
166 190 170 526
172 186 199 557
149 184 194 527
183 175 156 514
204 150 190 544
974 885 909 2668
Roma Co.
171 200 172 543
22 203 190 615
158 193 171 522
180 181 179 540
176 225 191 592
907 1002 903 2812
AU Signal
140 151 193 484
168 172. 200 540
169 233 174 576
172 172 176 520
164 181 140 485


Total 913 909 833 2605
Fuerza y Luz
Stephens 158 192 193 543
rhomas 189 213 189 591
Bugno 194 158 158 510
Norris 177 204 138 519
Engelke 204 162 222 588
Total 922 929 900 2751


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Races Unbeaten Top Ranking Les Thompson, Motorbike Racing Swing

Tomorrow Teams Experts' Pick Black Bill End Back In Action Tomorr
S-- Speed will be in the spotlights ?in wasi
1st Race "F-2" Native 6/ Fgs. NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (UP)-Three of the na- T at the National Stadium tomor- meeting
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 12:45 Y r ini *V rtow night as PanalA's Bc0o4 da ight
First Race of the Doubles tion's major Unbeaten football teams are favored to IIU IU speedway season gets under way,
1 Cafiaveral G. Sanchez 115 sta that wa With acceleration p plenty. -
2 Con Valor II R. Guerra 112x stay that way this weekend. S ome 01 the tasteit motoirbikes
2 Con Valor I R. uerra 112x est es
Tapsy J. Phillips 115 hmus are to be In
4 n Tk J. Pham 112x Latest football point odds show 13 over Virginia Tech; Georgia Leslie Thompson and Black Bill tion showing for the first
5 Danubio A. Vasquez 115 that Maryland Is a 13-point Tech 20 over Auburn. were scheduled to windup their in public the result otmqntt ,of
6 Welsh Money M. Aros 115 choice over Navy. The Terps in the Midwest and Midlands- training sessions this afternin tunni whij the racing rider
7 Embustero J. Cadoget 115 have won 16 in a row. In a Big- Purdue.6 over Notre Dame; Mis- for their eight-round feature have been phttIng into. their
8 El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 115 Seven showdown, Oklahoma is a sour 3 over Oklahoma A and M; bout Sunday night at the Colon mounts since the end of last sea-
9 Lonely Molly E. Silver 115 seven-point pick over Kansas. Michigan 7 over Northwestern; Arena. on.
And, in the top Pacific Coast Detroit 13 over Drake; Miami Both boys have turned in ex- Also in action will be some
2nd Race "F-2" Native 6% Fgs. game, UCLA is a six-point choice (0.) 13 over Wichita; Illinois 14 celtent tuneups but the experts special racing machines, out for
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 115 over Stanford. over Minnesota; Tulsa 14 over have shifted to Bill because the the. first time on Panama
Second Race of the Doubles Here are the point spreads in Kansas State; Colorado 14 over latter has been slightly more Im- speedway.
1 El Mafio J. Phillips 116 other weekend games. Iowa State; Wisconsin 20 over pressive and also because Bill has Dust, records and maybe the
2 Avivato A. Vasquez 117 In the East Villanova 14 over Iowa; Xavier (0.) 19 over Louis- the psychological edge due to his occasional rider are expected to
3 Raymond 0. Castillo 118 Boston College (tonight); Pitts- ville ind Michigan State is 20 victory in the first fight. be flying 4. considerable quanti-
4 Mr. Espinosa) G. San. 120 burgh one over Army; Harvard 7 over Syracuse. This return bout promises to ties come Saturday night.
5 Duque) R. Guerra 117X over Colgate; Dartmouth 14 over In the Southwest Southern be a real thriller from start to Out on his w Aiel, special-
6 Don Joaquin J. Reyes 116 Rutgers; Pennsylvania 14 over Methodist 6 over Rice; Texas finish. The two fighters are un- ly prepared r t
7 Mufrco V. Castilo 112 Columbia and Yale is seven over Christian 7 over Texas A. and M; der newhandlers Young Fin- be Ray MAZIa w ods aboh
Tap Girl F. Rose 118 Cornell. Texas 7 over Arkansas; Baylor negan now trains -Thompson cords as the rest. of Ids opp-
3rd Race "I-" Impo Fs In the South Miami, Florida 14 over Texas Tech. while Leslie's former mentor now nents put tog ther.p
Prd Race "I-$ Imported 4l Fgs. 1 6 over Richmond (tonight);, In the Far West and Rockies- puts Black Bill through his' pac- A pill at 'the rong moment
Purse: $27ONE TWOlos: 1:45 Wake Forest and North Carolina Southern California 13 over Ore- es. helped edge Magen out of the
1 Oran Dia G. Sanchez 116 even; Kentucky and Mississippi ion State; California 26 over A look at the respective records first Panama speedway cham-
2 Polvorazo O. Castillo 120 State even; Washington and Lee Santa Clara; College of Pacific of these two fast climbing boxers pionship last season but the tall
3 Prestigio R. L. Gil 112 vs. West Virginia even; Tennes- 6 over San Jose State; Utah State may shed more light qn the pro- Air Force boy is c;hamplonahip
4 Delhia L. Moreno 114 see one over Alabama; Tulane 6 6 over Fresno State; Washington bable outcome. ,material, ahd plenty of ft.
5 Full R. Gomez 120 over Mississippi; Georgia 7 over 13 over Oregon; Utah 13 over BLACK BILL'S RECORD Anyone expecting to catch him
6 Cafionazo B. Aguirre 120 Lcuisiana State; Florida 7 over Denver; Wyoming 21 over New Baby Eastman Won 4 Saturday night will hate little
7 Pampero II E. Julian 120 Vanderbilt; George Washington Mexico. Panaina Ray Robinson Won 4 time to gaze around adniring
Baby Eastman Lost 4 the scenery while the race ia li
4th Race "-1" Imported 4% Fgs. r Vicente Santiago Won 6 progress.
Premio: $375.00 PoI closes: 2:20 (/ IT, -a 1' N A m lhJ Lais Thompson K.O. by 4 Jerry Fox, who surged from
QUiINIELA E1i66G fglunger N a Tled Vicente Worrell Lost 6 novice status to run third to
1 Pinta E. Silvera 1086 Vicente Worrell Won 6 Magan in last year's champlon-
2 Hechizo V. Castillo 115 Jb 1 F~7 Fidel Morris Won 6 ship, has spent the off season
4 Turf Lod e A. Vasquez 115 UP coach Of The W eek BabyGreen Ltwhere, along a traght .it
5 Mon Etoile P. Ordofiez 112 0 Pedro Tes rLost1 eIswellupamongtheua n
6 Breeze Bound G. Graell 115 o Pedro Tesis Lost 8 the Isthmus.
Levadura A. Vasquez 112 By STAN OPTOWSKY "It's now gridiron history LESLIE THOMPSON'S RECORD the same Fox get anyto hi g Ik
SCuraca J. United Press Sports Writer that the Munger strategy Pedro Tests T.K.O. 3 he has into his BSA, somi
9 Interlude A. Ubidia 106 worked to perfection, and now R9doIf6 Aimpudia Draw 4 behind him is going to get abi
Sth Race "C" Imported 6W F NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (UP His the Quakers must be regarded igedolfo Ampudia Won 4 of dust in the face before the
SPurse: $65.00 Pool closes: 2:5 squad was shot through with in- as heavy favorites for the Ivy Al Marshall K.O. 4 night is out.
1 Rathlin Light R. Gomez 107 Byron Cumberbatch Won 6 Another proven star who *ill
J. Bravo 1 this.news because it would sound Back in 1938, when he became Battling Esbudtro TO. be doing much to keepthin
2 Phlox R. L. Gil 120 like an "advance Alibi." Penn's head coach at the pro- Black Bill st6 moving, such as his ump
SMontmarre F. Ros 107 He laid his strategy plans so cocious..age of 290 an official ~ of Teos K.. by 5 will be Choppy Washiste rIUM
4 Cheriberibin e F.Rose 107 carefully that they accounted the university observed that "the Victor Ardines Won Mga, ox and White, abet-
5 Dictador V.,Castillo 114 for four of the five pass inter- one thing against him is his age, tctorA ____ ted by B i dinalgo a bod hise
ceptions his men made. and time will take care of that.' 1 arley-Dav dson are&theod ht
6th Race "1-2" Imported 64 He's the United Press coach of Since then, his teams have won First Of 3 CZ avorites toea a rth hustt
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 3:35 the week -George Red Munger 81 games, lost 34, and tied eight. trpohht"
irst Racdl e of d e Doublesl12 of Pennsylvania- who guided This year, his fellow coaches horseo er t
1 Cradle Sointy V. Castill 118 his team to a 13-7 upset over are agreed, will probably go. gThis 8subject, Ja
2 Rinty V.CPrinceton In the "game of the down. as one of the finest in his v f ob nde a
3Nehunco 0. Sanchez 112 princeto Cliff framtob g Ba ideDo J a
34NLhuco ht 0. Sanshel 112 week" that may have decided career. Despite the fact that his Opeg _rClifot A o
Soylto R. L.CGil 120the Ivy League championship, squad had no spring practice terns Tomorrow s l
5 oyhto RS o drig 10 Coming up to this battle with because of Ivy League rules, he a nyof entl
6 Beach Sun V. RodrigUez 109' the. Tigers, who had won 24 was able to et the men in shape b eel
7 Black Bull E. Aguivere 112 straight games and were play- so quickly that they held Notre The first of three driving abuh lS
artolo B. Aguirre 120 ing on their home field, Munger Dame to a 7-7 tie in the opening ranges scheduled to be open n t.as it wage, then the
SPaques I. Pulido 114 was in a realjari 'with injres e. The Quakers then were on military posts In thel Calmal nw-aandr the
7th Race.',r'imported,$% Me,1y coacfaw ou y to. 7-0 victory against Zol* IA31 b wOied .tcianrr-w ew-
ure $375.00 Pooces 4:P5 in anguish in u4li6, tt, which i t'rftger 'in- at FDt'bbb.
Second Race.of theDoubles self a handy excuse c ase his ists is a much stronger team Lcted on the road toKobbe l Gu ,r
n Wild PWireJ. BaezDJr.ul1s team lost. But Muner.merelyre- than it has been rated. Then Located on the road toKobbe
1 Wild Wire J. Baea Jr. 118 soled t "do what he could with came the Princeton triumph. The 'be ach, the e .iew range (1 be
Betun C. Igleslas 118, what he had." one-time "child prodi y" coach for y opened with a eremo snsa Bob
3 etun .Igleas 118 Bein now 43 an od master. ny attended .by Col. Robert~H, Seven raes at isted,
4 Ptragua A. Merna 113 teig"especially sticent now ---a_ 43 an old masterDouglas, rdCommanding Officer of 8 p.m.
Piragua A. Mena 113 the linebacking department, he the 33r Douglas, Commanding officerof .M.
5 Mimo B. Pulido 115 the 33rd Inantry Re
6Dominador C. Lino 112 ade Ed Bell what he calls ae Infantry Re mnt. p The
windshieldd wiper linebacker." ul a Rac opening wi*-be at 1m- pm.;
th Race "1-2" Imported S Fgs Bel-wung back and forth Operating the driving rangeS
Purse' $375.00 Pool closes: 4:46 pending on which way the play f WSpw 7-Hl KA v iel will be the Central Exchange 'S
QUINIELA went. hadno reserves behind V n Service. Persons eligible tor post N.C.A.A.
5 Jepperin J. BastilloJr. 115 Hes ar norEdn hre fures A exchange privileges will be eran' e policy making nd ni? of

SBieDanescourt 0. Sanchezna 115 suc h key. men as Jot e Varaits teady for the inau The Central Exchange ie ptPi denH h
37 Vermont R. LGarcia 115ix lttklon thr h W ral r tt of the 5 O, titled to use the range facialttes- the N AAtoA denta th aken no
Alfonsito K Flores 115 And he deid that PrIneton .11.u- m.. oct. 1k (UrP for each bucket of 2cn. tell con stitRutiod n three-v i ia
5 Puiggrcito C..-bastillb 115 had a better offense than his Md' ., O c.1(P-oehhu-.fbl-U the constitution.en ho'
Quakers. Accordingly he figured A-. .of eve thorough. will be furnished at the-range, complaints are under Mvma- _,a
t hal thc Tigerdingl he igu redls i ready, for the .ina.g. The Central Exchange Offscp tion it reidnrHgh
Vermont S. Garci a e12Xr p -ral.ran.ing of the '.6, hs announced that ranges wll refuses .to Identify the schools
8 Allinomas S. Lasso 1121x 1attck kntowin th.a t h ^on, Washin-g- n, D. C., Internati also be opened at a later date at involved
9 Valebiza L. Martinez 112x passing. attack would probably nal this Saturday at Laurel Fort Clayton and Fort Shermn..
10 Fangio J. Bravo 115 o some scortaceTrack in Maryland. OSTON Another of -
9th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs. 1 Golden Bound P. Ordo. 120 St se I a e U n FranceHl O FJ&B r0 O N
Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 5:15 2 Miranda A. Vasquez 110 half tur face..will be "Mreik -.... p onal debutnextsprin wtP I
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1 English Mary) 0. San. 120 4 Sun's Moon B. Aguirre 112 year old, "PIlaster." By CLOCKER .sociatl A*i :
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SbyZ. Fotbafl Balboa Stadium Contest Pacific Divisional Football To Beat The Band
JOE WILLAM officials Doin Is 'Mu.st' For Both l's Softball League Play It And Keep Your Fig
'h TOnhtn -' gme between Ubloh e and Balboa Hirh Draws 1953 PlansBy HARRYGRASON
Apparently ther e I-h nt Iha "must hgame for both teams. ana mno out win it they -N E -
t e t S I re to stay even the title rhbase with C and C. must NEW YORK, Oct. 17.-Bill Grice had tried eerythp
orm th I -win If the are to retain their chances at the title. With this loManagers and team represen- mousetraps, button-hook passes, fake laterals, pitch-outs ld
'te -- L, .-..... situation, ns. should be treated to aome fine football starting tatives of the Pacific Divisional such.
awl y oMem" ,M 1 s 6M94 s leetra . at 7.m. at the Balboa Stadium gridiron. Softball League met at the La He had run through the formations from A tZ. Z
...The follo wi exo.pt are .lilege, handicapped by lack of serve power, will rate the Boca Pla ground with Physical Chapel Hill, N. C., high school team couldn't find he wipth
,' hASlr t^kll e aletterh recr rod by underdogs In this contest. However, these that saw their game Director parchment to plan for combination, lost the first three.
g "r0 adntho I'oe0l ?f fiqants from with Crst6bal last week realize that they are capable of playing the 1953 season which is ached- On an afternoon before practice, the Chapel Hill coach
In thet goaut thet ad- tn =er tl c0l, A s m04ih- t fine football and it will take every thing the Bulldogs uled to get underway, Jan. 11. lessly wandered out to the field, where the school band
mitth Me a. nwh lt ^-' .nt fl h._a vte. we to come out on top. Nine outfits were represented parading and posturing according to the strictest dictate
terg M .. t n of the s let t were The Bulldog's ace in the hole is, of course, Jimmy May. May, at the Initial confab at which tradition.
suO t t to ffitl y the considered by many to be the best back on the Isthmus, will the teams reddrafted and ap- They went oompah-ing down the line suggesting Good
rial for a t~~M on mng ede but not widly up- tX rai, rdof0orat out of his usual left half position and also, as usqal, wil pProved the constitution of the men on a holiday. He marveled at the way the somber r -
ported. .In tat s p the ma jor proton of the bSil oting for the BuUldo working men's loop. The team shifted and twitched and maneuvered and deployed into tf- .
It m beag Mtaohed to the Prls n- Prh a er the local fans Probable starting lineups for teflnight's game: mana ers voted, unanimously, to nating formations. Why couldn't his backfield move with t
ton teoant s1UMg. 'TO.f t ptifyIit has cotrIbut- r"d these directives the wille fo th Pic same rhythm?'
ed to were a tewhatth caln ff B SLLDOGS Position GREEN W AV sional SoftbalLeague play- "Who are you going to start in the next game?" a repr
t.ethr Is Lt f a enibeig B rc r LSalvador 4eg er who participated In the 1952 asked.
ter of wl, won the *owa ~bit h at times. No Jim Fulton LT (rry Fox season o the La Boca Senior "I'm gonna start the band and let the football team fill
Coach A o just dsas better mad other d Benny LG Bill Wlloughby Softball League or the Liga So- at halftime," Grice muttered.
other a on the fe .jrls sustained Fred Cotton (Capt.) C Ralph Ulr clal of Panama City. That would be a hot one, the band filling in for the te.
want t a t about It. It jut hep U Utitle tth OUr t e.pst three or Carl Widell RT Carl Meissner grown into a twelve-outfit cir- "The band Ulines up in T formation (T for toot), with Smith
statist t be. g T l were directed to aNidFBob Dolan cuit. The following teams and re- the glockesnieler, handing off to Jones, the bassoonist, who
1i 4 able -MW WAYthe Tigers haveBllf0w dPR ckisherpesentatives have been register- around end."
Ing for We OMPlW thei statistics h't bWn re-read and re-study the rules m Ma LH Henry Cruz ed with the league: Army Quar- One thing about a school band, It always comes out on the
a impl Mjnig W, h 3 e tht the brain. l aliO ue in the following situations: FultonRH .Tnbn Albrltton termaster, Ralph Pearson; Army right end of the score.
a Mtatithebral, fothe / o ls Bil FulteRan One n about a school band, it always comes out on the
TedW.s gutn tonal balan. t of hands Bob Morris F-4 Nick Gorham Trandportation, L. Parker; Army TABLE SHOWS FOOTBALL PLAYERS REMAIN STREAMLINED
CadwuB unwito e e his thinking star toAIoe t J!n calling this partcu- Laundry, Eric Morgan; Corozal Play football and keep your health and figure
publicity, The ochk toon e well that the bulht b obn ar station gives the ffense C- Sales Store, Victor udor; Pn- Comparative weight tables devleoped by Mark Hauser O'Don-
nlted has brought the ruin the more than one int advantage The coach canal M t r TansporS taton nell show that at graduation the mean weight of football -
hero that spends coalderable time in George Beckles; Electrical Divi- ers is 189 pounds, non-athletes 159. Players included were the
a.t e e Spend o ea teime inslon, Joe Brathwaite; Navy, Wil- who performed for Michigan State from 1928 through 37.
S FOI A practice to teach the use ofAeri a an
0 iads coettly and heay s b ,lib am Sines; Health Bureau, Mar- From graduation to 1952. the table shows the athletes galid
turning' 0 t!TthmA A ttempt. I find Dr. John lainnabi presi-f ig gieuejise. It is illegal and .... fice. Alfred Bowen. for the athletes was 4.8, the non-athlete 10.3.
dent ledeplores the la etrAt letc lubW orks O n Aerial It is expected that Post office, This refutes an old belief that footgo to fat
wh"dwhtede progressof0pne wtan elbow. This
which the sp editor have accepted progrs f nust Bureau, and Pancanal their playing days.
the su a e to es th rule has not statement fro reliable sourCommissary will enroll in one ailments were more prevalent amoentire non by teams
m er Co o dat to- There d seems t itly be some in- o make deduction, but we TwpowerulhalfaksLouis Lea was ill consot as the dead- A new official Nagurski was once Football Encyclopedia (A. t
Sconsistency in calling of this e checked yhow and confirmed Dedeaux and Bere rrin e for the registration ofhich each uit f ootball and stopntaruining the other inteams inthe leaue


waasndthat ath cga rtle which preacrles that the that the Ahletic Club eleven has round out a isckneld that i team will meet the other teams Lee Artoc. who once kicked a52-yard field Koal, had suh Ker
himendD U fht A towelnMrth 0 undr a a ball beoii es r dead as soon as been going through some hard sure to spell trouble for the op- once. The upd r four teams wit sight that he could not see the goal posts more than 20 yardst
that MS2 asted like a other students wh set tIhe rner goes out-of-bounds practice elons to stiffen their position. ascend to te champlaonshio away. .
ta nd asor wi or a held so that his forward defense against a probable at- Saturday night's battle be- series in which each team will
th to an "that tal of laroom rore s sold no ake e sal atodog-fhtped; or ttheat airb ttck from the air when the teen the Aeentheregist and Cristobal meet the other twice. The durrophiesng one season Modern football
redits *ah o SS~i S mgat ward gradumton dl stuffon kn touched the ground Is in. meet the Cristobal Tigers at Mt. should be loaded with sunrises will be awarded to the straight .
hour sucrtsn is .ortunatt le e se f thelo"kers eali.nn ta d players limit for each team is 30. n one game than were scored n an em 0
"Tiin t ldw srmni 0 I Editor's Note: The Panama which Junior College receive tirely other same type of o-hwo football sqp series
they o T hagml ew l arUMa etim tomlnaol g Amberied as pstrited the last Friday night when Crstobal tens that worked s Louis League play will cons a years ago...Bronko Nurki was on
at tht o ha e t the ons. t bove artule in order that the checlayed the passing game to a against J Bernie Hr College last aight season in which each
ba attention dea d ashtbe. br soon as been gon measure of success, and day nit. The ame was well The upper four teams Wil
made vy resal tr d ale mote stu more. the wh aoe been sro g won out 1 to 2. Other rounds court nd chard by the Ath- V our a io
SON h to th Canal Zone r onvincing the AthleticClub leht Club' s coach. With A C.serie in which each team w
r toi you ta I ads e or isolarshipesmen on pa-defensthe air whether teen the -.It would eCrm lstobal st t Toh
"lumreal, "ud") ...tchatithey..should"o... .going progress... led'"or.that his th" O 9



creits andnorml Li towa Ud, .is 1suffo n tuohaveh be. doing d "Is thi mer et the Blue and Gold were unable to assume that the C.H.S. rter ........... s meet tI Ie twa e Tohes


c.so l th i s t il n be a to gain much yardage on run- might come up with a few tr cks it i no c ncearr to rs er
flai r a ofr s thi de&jtheactthain border to ou t thr oppo- ^m law ardedn4 to
a, th.t have been sustained "ea Iy Robe o t Grace atd Carl nents. rocoeapon a
t layeu. utle ran couple of J.C. bombardment Crictobal started the 1952 sea- poor l3ei. e*aue ac *aonrt


.. ...ar, ceTeasa to, se. s have already, made it lear that .trinf awt..m. the other caoe in t he cham "
b isoa. players. rh. bmack (Pa. w nl o thbe content wiset witlhaew. ole d-hd sophoa enS tS tobls -.
ente n. Swl' m M1 as .ieon a aY e87t.g T ,t .a hIeate -uch asywl th e faie morel Stanley Smrthwo be a wmero oa n as -eris
siJn.eidt h y a dewaads au t a as o n ,Mttla..*ws the played Critobal In rmanent fixture around C.S *W d r o ca po one o llatt ht

c .t ad'"ardstlhai n ,ta, W w thet vlMa0 uteartene oft the oJ atb a f the newr theae derthat th ay e passing game a against uor C o e last Fri
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CAIRO, Oct. 17 (UP) Na-.
gulb, in a 1000 word "reply" to "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
ex-King Farouk's memoirs as.
published in Europe. said today'
hat the ex-monarch, who wasl TWENTY-EIGHIH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952. FIVF CENTS
forced to abdicate in July, had
ordered the assassination of "in-
nooent men" during his reign. W T o
oRed Counterblow To Acheson
been published under a world;
copyright in London and Paris

toryftheKno'gD"ue in UN This Afternoon
mander-in-Chief's Reply to the
(In the first of a series of UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct. istei fourth on the list of speak- Parallel, tl .. .ds of poet John He said that "Korea is a test,"
memoirs published last week- 17 (UP) The Polish Commun- ers. Donne "wo"..J have applied to not only of the free world's cour-
end, Farouk said he called up- list delegate was expected to re- The Assembly was scheduled to each one of us:" agi when the aggression was un-
on the United States ambas- ply today to Secretary of State complete the adoption of a re- 'Never send to know for whom leashed, but of "the endurance of
sador in Cairo for help during Denii Acheson's appeal to the port of the agenda committee the bell tolls: It tolls for thee."' our courage."
Naguib's coup. Farouk said he United Nations for more help in this morning. Delegates from "Had the Republic of Korea "We shall fight on as long as is
was convinced that American fighting the Korean war. Panama, Canada and Liberia been allowed to fall to the ag- necessary to stop the aggression
Intervention saved his life and Foreign Minister Stanislaw were to speak before Skrzesewski gressor," Acheson added, "the and to restore peace and security
that of his family.) Skreszewski of Poland was the'took the rostrum. delegates to these assemblies to Korea," he promised.
Meanwhile, the Egyptian em- I first speaker from the Commun- Acheson reminded his free- would now-be looking to their
bassy in London accused ex-king list bloc of nations on today's pro- world in his speech yesterday left and to their right and ask- "We shall stop fighting when
Farouk of "high treason" on- theIgram at the UN G.'neral Assem- that "had our n.irve failed" when ling which would be the next an armistice on just terms has
basis of the former monarch's blv and probably will make the the Reds struck across the 38thl victim an the aworePqor's list." been achieved. And we shall not
published copyright account of'first counter-punch in the Ko- -.-,, allow falnt-heartedness or reck-
s' abdication. rean debate. gel"lessness to defeat our cause,
-The embassy statement was which is to defend peace."
late yesterday and said Acheson told the 500 dele- T r en tf th t
enat "In the first part of the gates yesterday that the UnitedThe references to"fanthear
story which ex-king Farouk has States intends to keep fighting edness" and "recklessness" ob-
started to publish, he confessed "as long as is necessary to stop ...'. '. viously meant those who urge the
having invited intervention by a aggression and to restore peace U.S. to get out of Korea and
foreign power in Egyptian af- and security to Korea." those who urge more extreme
fat. He charged that the Commun- measuress that might precipitate
ists rejected "reasonable terms" an all-out war.
9It is obvious that such an act for an armistice and urged the
on his part constitutes high assembly to endorse the conduct It was the nearest he came,
tieason against his country. He of truce negotiations at Pan- in a purpoely-non-political
alleged that the present regime munjom by U.S. officials. He speech, to trading blows with
in Egypt has been backed by said: some of his many critic.
Communists. This allegation is "We must convince the aggress- The secretary of state's speech
devoid of any foundation what- or that continued fighting in reflected afirmstand aalnst
he can gain." in much more moderate language

To N Ordained support the "common action" for Few epithets were hurled a-


Rev N. Heber Gooden17 S. T. D.,gdoing. SMALL CAUCUS-Gov. Adal Stevenson listens to political ern Alliesas they did in Paris.
Bishop of the Panama Canal Reaction to Acheson's 45- advice from finger-shaking Craig Emit Bybee, 12, of Salt And the whole speech seemed
Zone, will make an official visit Reacton to Ahesons 45 Lake City after the Democratic standrd-bearer spoke at the barely aluted t do -
to e Atlantic Side onoor minute speech wasmixed a- Mormon Tabernacle.Go. Stevenson said he got more poll tostreten
row-morning to advance one of mong Western diplomats, but tical information from the boy than he has received la er h t o
w ehfa a d solidarity andathaio t. Wesat-
iseacons, the Rev. Clarence most of them agreed it was "a long time. dit nd th
W. .ayes, to the priesthood of statesmanlike" presentation. t-he, start the ne Mwwscw line,
the Episcopal Church, which is British Minister of State Sel- if tying to split the free world,
a part of the world-wide An- wvn Lloyd said "it was a speech Inter-American FIsherman Killed; Acheson made no formal pro-
glican Communion. of ereat wisdom and understand- eosr-mieric an ials. But he served notice on
ning; thiswill be a notable assem- PraS Electsy F o at the Reds.that he will ask later on
Beginning at 9 a. m., the o- bl if all our debates can be Faled T He -n the busine seasons of the
donation ceremonies will be marked by as statesmanlike and I. h t political committee-for concrete.
conducted at ChristCh urch By-prctical an understanding of the nig US S tr s Call nation on the Korean war
the-Sea, with the rector, the ALoyde s "it was ashor
Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, pre- pre which face sallst CHICAGO, Oct. 17 (UP) According to tentative plans,
renting the candidate. The dea- Delegates from the Asiatic CHICAGO, Oct. 1 According to tentative plans,
con, a native of Panama and countries were more lukewarm in John S. Knight of the Knight the United States will call with
a former acolyte and ayreader their response and commented newspapers was elected president NAPLES, Oct. 17 (UP) A 22- an appeal to the aggressors to
at Christ Church, is a graduate with such adjectives as "states- of the Inter-American Press ear-old Neapolitan fisherman accept an armistice on terms al-
of the Church Divinity School manlike." "cautious" and "care- Assn. today, was shot and killedbyr U S. ready agreed on.
Of' the Pacific, Berkeley, Cali-1 fully Worded. Navy sentry last night While
orn Pacific, Berkeley, CalI- fully Worded." Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz. editor rowing near an -anchored US. *= C
One delegate said "it was not of the expropriated newspaper Ladestroyer. Curundu, Fire Show
Other clergymen of the Epis- what we had been led to expect" Prensa of Buenos Aires, was victim was dentified as
eopal Church in this District from reading newspaper stories. elected first vice president. GerardoPotenza, whodiedo his Re-Set For 9:3
will also participate in the Ser- Soviet Freeign Minister An- Others elected were: gunshot wounds en route to a
Vice of Ordination. The serman drei Vishinsky had no immedi- hospital. t orOW MO r in
for the occasion will be preach- ate comment. "My Enlish is Dr. Raoul Alfonso Gonse, of El 8.sAixth Fleet officials d w
ed by the Rev. Malcolm R. Mac- not good," he said as he left Mundo, Havana, Cuba, secondO they are rin thatFin the case.n The Cuundu Fire Fighting
One delegate said "itwas notf te erop en ewspaerOn La version said that the rentryunu F
,priest-in-charge of St. the assembly hall. "I will have vice president Carlos Lacerda challenged to men in a row Show postponed from last at-
ew's Church, Cocoli. n at six to read the speech." Tribuna Da, Imprensa, Rio de boat which as "sulking" near urday wll be held tomorrow,
opSundaymorning at sixwfr
Rev. Hayes will celebrate Delegates from Russia and her Janeiro, re-elected secretary; the destroyers. When the chal- starting at 9:30 a.m. The general
ha- first Eucharist at the atar satellites listened inscrutably as Robert U. Brown, of. Editor and lenge went unanswered, the Men- public is cordially invited to at-
otlstoric Christ Church where Acheson spoke and when the US Publisher, New York. treasurer, try opened fire. One of the oc- tend. Admisslin is free.
hf served as an acolyte before diplomat finished they did not cupanta in the .boat was hit. No credentials will be necessa-
egving* the Isthmus for his take pcart in the applause. James Stahlman, Nashville, Communist and left wing ry t center the Curundu gate
tnbological training. Vishinsky said he did not yet Tenn., was named by acclama- newspapers in Rome said the during the period of the show.
He returned here the latter know when he would take the tlon to fill a vacancy created by fisherman .was "assassinated" A special bus service, starting
rt of June and soon will go rostrum in the Assembly's gener- Assis de Chateaubriand, Rio de while crossing the bay and was at 8:30 a.m., will be run from the
Rior Abajo as priest-in-charge al debate which will continue to- Janeiro, who failed to pay hisi "cut down without warning" by parking lot to the demonstration
of St. Christopher's Church. day with the Polish Foreign Min- dues. machine gun fire. area.
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Mexick Considers
Exiradilion Asked
For Chinese Geneal
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 17 (UP).
Mexican officials considered to-
day documents presented by Nt-
tionalist China for the extradi-
tion of a Chinese general accused
of embezzling $5,593,899 of Gen-
eralissimo C h i a n g Kal-shek'A
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"proved" the charges against Lt.
Gen. P. T. Mow.


Mow, 48-year-old Air Force of-
ficer, was arrested in nearby
Cuernavaca Aug. 9 after the hug#.
shortage was discovered in ac-
counts he had held for purchase
of U.S. warplanes.
He has been held in a Mexican
prison cell awaiting outcome of
an extradition battle Nationalist
authorities have waged to returil
him to Formosa for trial.
Feng said Nationalist authori-
ties recovered all but $100,000 of
$2,000,000 in U.S. bills Mow had TRAIN TROUBLE-oen. ~DWight e2lowqr ndi' s -
deposited in Swiss banks., Dalgh party walk down the railroad tract at D as Tex.,
after two car couplers broke. The Replican candlcate's
SPlayers Have train was pulling out of the station when the accidelnt ap-
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'Glamour Boy'Roles

Elghteen players have speak-
ing roles in the comedy Glamour
Boy.
In addition to the 18 speaking
roles, a dozen additional players
will be "on stage" in the "dream
sequence" of Glamour Boy.
Taking a pago from the New
York professional theatre man.
agement, the Balboa Little
Theatre production, scheduled
for the Di a b 1 o Clubhouse
Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 28,
and Wednesday, Oct..A9 will
begirt at 7:30 e. in.
Fofr of the players have dual
roles of a different kind. Rose-
mary' Hlollander and Judy Mc-
COy will be presented in the
dual, role of the high scho01
secretary, while Larry gott n
and Lee Cotton will play tb16
dual role ot Chatupcey Jay
Money.


onald Corn and Lee Myers
appear in roles not. closey
related to high school student
types, while Jerry Bennett And
JuneWallace will uamo- hRVe
"di erent" characterl.aatlo, in
the comedy.
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the generall supervisio not Edna
Hart, business manager.
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