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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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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*"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1952.


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A!,erdidy Hidden

WA'ON L t. 18 (Up),- u. S. Commis.ioer, F.
J i h.ie uS of th District of Columbia today chariOt
that's "are at least two Nixon funds."
DitS ae taUod on Sen. Riehard A. Dixon, epbtljtn
vice sUMd M cati oal dd, to "tel the Amerin pi0eopl ow
muo. in hi. ljoll aceouut't in dIn loadd to i ti $43,23
expr t nd raised by w pithy Ca lfotalan.
tahso told a D atoeraUc rally, "we are entitled te kWihw
whWe n-h tthe W $Sg he said he paid down eq0 4 anse
hemt'"*' d-nothing about furnishing it, but I understand
it g4'^about 60 per cent.of the cost of tie hue,"
nsnOi! l*r t I newsmen the $18,000- audited b u n to-


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nI 'of taoney depo0.ted?
"If not Nixon ora Smith or
epmeone ought to tell the Amer-
imn people baw much was in
t special aceos t."
ponohue said u a recent
televised appeal the nation
for support il 4i=Bae of his
$18125 fund -s "a Hollywood
type troducttim tw3ehi* omeal-
ed to the li (but) said
nothing ab ai ncome."


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SCOUTS SALUTE AS A COMMUNITY OHEST FLAG goes up o an official flagpoe for the
t6e. in Capal Zone history. Raising of the fla which had bon put 'together by the .Z.
Stoutg was a high point in this morning's ceremonies which punchedd the sixthm'.Com -
ndo*t Drive at a parade along Balboa Pra do. .
3l1 lng the Community Ohest flag, left to right, are Int'l Bq rScout Reynold Stewart. of
.lM:Int;'l Girl Scout Vola Taitt, of. La Boca; C.Z. Girl cout Judy Sigl, of Balboa:
.t toy cot ^Tames Pedersen. of Gambo a.
AM bifW talk declarll tO n-" D I ty Wpen n. ,
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NATO As Agent emers enY


Against Peace They re To Blame

UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 13 -
(UP) Russia's Andrei Vistin
ky, speaking to the Assembly to_
day said the United States, Writ- F W Increase
ain, and France were wording r w III
against peace through the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization, o -
and were establishing "war psy-
choses" saidthroughout asthe world. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP) Howard MaW%,
of a tense world situation, and legislative representative of the Canal Zone Emergetcy
the Soviet had always sought a Legislative Committee, said today that he visited he
peaceful solution to world pro- Bureau of the Budget yesterday and found official thers
i Before Vishinsky spoke, Ecua. disturbed because that agency is being blamed for te
dorean delegate Jose VicenteS
Trujillo said Ecuador supported impending recent increase.
Tunis, Morocco, in their struggle Budget B ffi n L
for independence, and heir struggle Budget Bureau officials contend that the raiu is
certain France would not remain virtually mandatory because of a section of the supple-
deaf to the demands "of reason mental Appropriation Act which requires that federal
He endorsed Chile's Heran agencies recover a certain percentage of the cost of
Santa Cruz' pIan for the U'tted operating housing projects.
Nations assistance to unadx-
developed countries and -ild Munro spint this morning pre- be held in abeyance until a hear-
with economic aid, Ecuador cOuld paring to present the Canal em- ing is afforded.
modernize its ports, build high- ployes' case to Secretary of Army 'here are many other aspects
ways. electrify the country and Frank Pace, Jr., at 10 a.m. Mon- to this rent Increase but themnt
thereby multiply its food pro- day. bove In itself is ufficit the one
duction.sk sid the atetl He has an appointment then all know and we are all prut of
of th NATO, whoae leadr with Pace. the, great record established
are trytr in vain to e.am _t- A group of high-ranking Amer- the employes in the Canal Z
flage If alnm, "eontliao to lcan Federation of Labor of f Let us not, therefore, single.t
play I deemsive tle in the a clals will accompany Munro on out and take such drasticrop-
gravaton of international tha his visit to Pace. ed action without gting l Unem
w it. o At Balboa Heights yesterday anepportuilty toheahr.d.
The Aupskn "eSeate also said aftenoon, Rufus M. iovelady ,reat majority the homes
UNg. *M fogd ~rtage. whitb ehatMan of the emergency Le- I constructed many yealigi
Wa LM t. _Tfth mrnLe- -T
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-aat eeplaed severe.lacera
tf~o of he fte. neck aRd heaj
ad !Wt tab"a to Gorgas Hospit-
aI, for em"Mbcy. inreatmlent in
An i ii e-,. Later he was
ranlferr t rt ~Clayton.
Prehdmnary poflle investiga-
oes p*owp the eawssoef the aoccl-
dust .e r eckiless driving.
aep.lad with the fact that the
iderad been drinking.
Ma I ttached to the 903rd
S"" at Port Clay-
Slie Ina Pedro Miguel.
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lead*a w.pi t in,
th ana m hasa to

Ca A orif(m unityI
Chest.
*-He is *lliam C. )uThlig,
chairman of tbe NAt1iWl Legis-
Jative Oomblttee o0 t etl-
ean Fede of Zti, and I
brother of United S1teb Maldal
John Hushk*
William Hahlng was a pat-
terumaker nla tbe Mechanical Di-
vision from 1W14 tq 109L
For several ypar; after he let.
the Canal Zone he reresent.d
the Central Labor tiln as Its,
legislative representatives ain


In a letter eqclosing.the check,
Hushing wrote: .
"I am convlp@ed that while
there are no Dewr et for
contributing i tile tty
Cheat the old eb '&ood
and that cont'rbutlr lt
good citizens 0 ore. l-
xolsilbilities.
"I feel certain that's CU
in the Canal Zone wtlleimpbd
contributing to V e CfPt dMHy
Chest." "
Hushlnr e Inct 1d ,of
letter which A w .

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lam Green bad writtn to te, will help make this year's cam-
Praeidet of the Community' aign a awccesas.
Chests and Councils of Amerisa Meanwhile It was announced
which said, n part: liat Elton D. Todd. senior re-
'"The American Federation of presentative of Pan American
Labor.'at It. annual convention World Airways in Panama, has
has unanimously recorded its sup- accepted appointment as Pana-
port and endorsement of Com- a Cty airman for the current
munity Chests and Councils of Conmlinty Chest campaign
America. This s wa announced by L. M.
"To this official endorsement I Brockman, Chest general chair-
take great pleasure in adding my man.
personal endorsement and I Todd will supervise receipt
ow that. together with man- from business firms and individ-
agement, the members of the uals in Panama City of contribu-
American Federation of Labor tons to the Community Chest
----- drive, which this year extends
from today through Nov. 1.
W M M h aY 'Tiod; who also is associated
With the Crusade for Freedom,
STo2 aW U arrived in Panama in 1940 ftom
R. d TO -Wa wavlle, Texas, where he had
4 I affiliated with Pan Amnerf
Trafc At 20 mph
Galflar. Highway was .re- C


ope to two-way traffic on i
aso Hill Friday afternoon, i
e section of the road had I
teen open to one-way traffic
0y, since Oct. I when a land-
fe damaged a considerable
scon of the roadbed. *
'Although the road has been A seven-year-old Panamanian
roopened to two-way traffic, IMg who ran into a truck in
e speed limit of 20 miles an City yesterday after-
Is still in effect because of was sufering from a pos-
ie construction activities in skull fracture, lacerations.
the area. Ibraslion of the knees, elbow
A section of the concrete a face and a pelvis fracture
roadway was broken by the at gas Hospital today.
landslide which for several days eev er, hospital authorities
assumed serious proportions. the condition of the injur-
Part of the highway was re- d hild, Alfredo Ricardo Simp-
moved and a section of maca- IA was not considered serious.
dam paving was laid'for temrn- ,i; e report the child was
.orarv use. when he attempted to run
nmergencv work at the land- as -t Randolph Road in Rain-
ila was initiated by Engineer- b6 City and was struck by'a
h and Construction Bureau teith being driven by a
soon after- the slide oc- di. ames Meltop Wch.
It was necessary to re- charges will be bought a-
electric telephone and gsMtt the driver aince police
iMables and to lay a tear- 1nider the accident due -to the
l water main. l____'s carelessnmes.
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futOb.!3- Z~% Sondayaboaz 5the Cristo- chairman ofthe r o
Rtr ting to t. orean war, bal:. tors- who state that the ieg
y said "American b Glad to met yo rm would be increased modeate.
o9nalres are fisAnlg In wtremdn-(;Cntaet embeay and afranle This i not a moderate ineres.
dous profits from the war and tim,."
have nos interest in ending it. It Lovelady -haid previously ra- "Definitely a postponing of tii
sion and the growing crss in dioed the Senator for an ap- effective date, October 20,10W
capitalistic countries" ipointment to discuss Canal em- hearing has been afforded will
He added, "the United States ployes' welfare and morale, l ot have any drastic effect-on the
obviously does not want to end economy of our nation, but will
the Korean war. and seeks to Meanwhil.,. Mrs. Margaret Ren- on the other hand give the em-
keen t going to mask economic hie president of the Pacific ployes an opportunity to b#
difficulties. They even adjourned Council, received a letter from heard and 'have the matter dise
the actalks." Francis P. Noonan, Washington cussed in the open. This is the
t'Vlhesky said that "North Attorney serving as leeal council opportunity we all as U.S. citi-
Kore Army and Chinese vol- for the Canal Zone Pilots Asso- Y-ns cherish and look forward to.
uhteer spokesman said if it elation. Arc we going to deny it?
hadn't been for the exchange After assuring her of his per-
pkisoners' demands, peace would .sonal concern for th.- protection "In view of the short notice of
have been restored long ago." of Zonian's Interests. Noonan en- October 26, may I have the op-
closed a copy of a letter he had portunity of further conferring
aust directed to John R. Steel- with you In person in reference
WS rr.an. Aaalstant to the President. to this matter?"
u ,The letter said in part:
Fl Han T;ied "As representative of the pilots W
I am bringing to your attention r
ar t r that oil October 26 the rents paid
% by U.S. employes in the Canal Transit
NAPLES. Oct. 18 (UP) -It was Zone-will be increased bv the
learned today that a U.S. Navy Governor of the Canal Zone at
investigation team has establish- a rate which is unbelievabL. and Cnl V IOnIU o
ed that Gerardo Potenza, 23. an which certainly will affect the
Italian fatally wounded by a welfare and morale of each em- Another Dutch immigrant
Navy sentry Thursday night, was ploye on the Canal. This increas- with 819 settlers bound for -
seen on the guard rail of an an- ed rate runs as high as 140 per lington transited the Canal yes-
chored U.S. destroyer a few mi- cent. terday.
nutes before the shooting. The 9,193-ton Netherland payw
Sources close to the inquiry "j strongly point out to you ernment-operated s h I p Water-
said that Potenza dropped into that there Increases have been man was scheduled to make ong
his rowboat after a sentry aboard rer. by the Board of Directors... stop at Papeete' before reaching
the destroyer spotted him and without affording the opportuni- her destination.
I g n o r ed at least ten cries of ty to any employee or to any group Since, September of last yeag
"halt" before he was hit by a of employes to be heard and a total of over 4.000 Dutch immi-
carbine shot intended only as a without any written explanation grants have transited the Canal
warning. th father of three or justification as to why these en route to Wellington.
Potenza, the father of three ca ....a re--ing I.cra..r., w0Ware
children, was a fisherman by rents are being ncreasd. W uareo The Sibliak and the Zuider-
profession. However, Naples po- well aware of the rent situaion ruiz. two other Dutch ships hakyo
ice had suspected him for some In the States and the controls im- each made two vovaees with -..
time of being one of the numer- osed thereon. There never ha migrants since last Septem,@4
ous Neapolitans black marketing been a rent increase without the m .
tax-free cigarettes bought from opportunity of affording a hear- Many of the men are crafts.
U.S. sailors. Ing to the interested parties. I men with contracts for two years.
The Navy declined to reveal certainly do not believe that a After that time they are free to
the name of the sentry, pending Government corporation should return to their homeland if they
the completion of a formal In- be any exception to the rules of :hoose.
quiry. The Italian press, how- affording a fair hearing, and II
ever. identified him as George lurmntly request that the propos-i Thp Waterman. which transit-
Rollins. 21. ed increase effective October 26 d yesterday. had a crew of 206.


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dance in a cinema
dren are allowed."
Last night's I
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Panama, sine 1%4.
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times in the past tw


appreovethe act In- Now ha iy msna
Ily. One member remark- ing In the ai m ePm
Jade had, ean d il
act is no more Indecent "frMenda r-ti the
ibt club than i a rumba' a California night


'Beauty and The Beast'
where chil-'she boarded a Maersk Line ship though some customers found
for Panama two weeks ago. the music on the loud side for
performance Actually, she said today, she, the size of the room.
Ow show bill brought three "beasts" with her Nothing new has been added
to Panama. But the one she pre- to the choreography, and noth-
time Mis fers to work with is what she ing taken away.
her act in terms the "original actor" -
though she the same skin she used years ago Miss Rhodors herself. though,
mus several when she originated the act that has two new interests: one is er
ro years. has been widely copied in night eIght-month-om son, Ro Clara
spots who came with her to Panama.
ied and liv. The other Is his -monthM-
indo Valley. Oldtlmers in last night's au- alter, Crystal Jade, who stayO
with ber dience felt t'-Ft the act scked back l OUfernia with Daddy.
It In the '.. r'""ch it did the Both youngsters were bora *
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IN_ _____AD.______VANCE_ _o By Victor RWesel
TNuIS YO FORM --II THE *IeXADR .WN COLUMN It can be said of John Lewis '' '
TH Is YOUR FORUM THI LAPIRS WN COLUMN that he waits for no man. But
unlike those other universal
LM *A I H forces, time and tide, John L.
made an exception last week.'
SI He waited for General Elsen-'
0 hower.
o- o He waited for word from the
The Mail lex is an open forum tor readers of The Panama Amer- Republican high command that
lees. Lefrns are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly confi- a private meeting had been set
destiol oser. up between himself and theft
If w eutikbute a ltter don't be impatient ifit doesn't appoe the general. He waited while the,
Sr I day. Letters are published is the ordr received, small band of lastword welders
PIMe s h to keep the letters limited to one pane length. debated approaching the coal
Identity ef late writers is held ain strictest confidence. diggers' chief.
Thisn newspaper eouems no responsibility feor statements as opinions Arguing for such a session of
exprseed In lette- from reieders the giants was Republican Na-
n htional chairman Arthur Sum- of
o merfield. Arguing against it was
MAN BITES COP the rest of the high command.
SMAN BITES COP o John, of grayer mane but
Sir: d the grayer mien these days, got no
I've just read the Interesting report on a certain Zone po- long distance call. Had the Re-
llceman's latest exploit-that of arresting a taxi-driver for publican strategists telephoned,
having worn tires on his taxi and a defective steering wheel, they could have set up the ses-
I'm not exactly an old-timer, having spent only ten years sion and probably would have
on the Isthmus, -but in my time I have seen quite a number headed off an endorsement of
of Zone law enforcement officers start at the bottom and work Gov. Stevenson by the Miners' 1
- their way up. And they've all been good men, too. Union.
But, this particular character is in a class by himself. Had Ike and n, Tnh talked,
I have had the opportunity to see him in action and plenty Lewis would have asked the
of action it was, too.genra pe*
At one of the most busy intersections n the Canal Zone g general for personalcan assurance
one afternoon, I saw this noble public servant lying in wait to e -
to hand out tickets to motorists who might pass a pedestrians' tration would be independent
safety zone, Instead of getting out from behind the tree where ly run by Eisenhower; that
he was hiding to direct traffic so that all might pass in safety. labor would get a square
I- don't know if a policeman's creed Includes his obligation break and that the Taft-Hart-
to the public he Is supposed to serve, but the policemen who ley Law would be completely
have been such good friends of mine in the past have all taken revamped.
the stand that they are to protect the public by every means These assurances Lewis would
within their power. This man seems to operate in reverse-a have gotten, it is believed. Lewis -
* menace rather than a protector. would then have doubled back ". ....i
Your report that the taxi driver bit the policeman both on his earlier plan to endorse
amazed and amused me. I was amazed that a driver who is Stevenson. Instead, the coal dig- I ,
being handed a ticket for a traffic violation should be so dis- gers' leader would have cam- A S'I& ,I.
tubed that he would want to bite a cop without any additional paigned for friendly Democratic
-'provocation. Senatorial candidates In' Ohio, -
And amused me?... Well, I think the taxi-driver was taking Pennsylvania and W. Virginia.
* an awful chance. ..Scientists say the human bite is the deadliest But he would have ignored the
of all bites. national Democratic ticket.
Incidentally, I just put four new tires on my old flivver... He was set to do just this. N am e
- can't tell who is to determine how badly a tire is worn these Instead of making his political
... position clear In the first hours By BOB
/ -Quo Vadimus. of his national convention, asBy BOB
-- ... I heard him do back in '48, he -
PLAN FOR PANCANAL waited until the following Mon-
Sir: day afternoon. Meanwhile, he NEW YORK.-I will never deny I am a name-
As an "old-timer" in the Canal service, I am one who blasted Sen. Taft and President dropper, because anybody who does not occasion-
realizes that the president of the PanamA Canal Company has Truman. The cagey old bargain, ally refer casually to an august acquaintance Is
a tremendous problem to solve In order to place the various er was in top form. devoid of normal vanity. The evening I had cock-
activities of the Canal and its auxiliaries on a paying or break- His irritation over Democratic tails with Marilyn Monroe is certainly not going
even basis. National Chairman Mitchell's unmentioned in favor of blessed anonymity.
I wish to submit to him the following comments and sug- attitude never marred the old Name-dropping is a disease that is especially
gestions for what they may be worth: charm. This, despite the inner prevalent In the three hamlets of New York,
Only a few years ago, the Administration Building at Balboa anger which was provoked by Hollywood and Miami.
Heights housed all the organization heads and their personnel the knowledge that Mitchell People scatter the names of the mighty, and
and had extra space which was rented to private steamship would permit Stevenson to send the not-so-mighty, around as freely as gossip,
companies. just a short message to the mine hoping thereby to become second-handedly re-
workers, but allow him to speak owned as an intimate of the celebrated.
During the past 13 years more bureaus and divisions have at the Teamsters' convention in This is all right, too, within reason, because if
had to move out for lack of space, and the building remains Los Angeles. c you know Joe DiMaggo or Willie Sutton or Tal-
overcrowded. Why? The work has not increased and many To know Lewis is to know lulah Bankhead oFrank Costello you might as
modern machines are supposed to have reduced manual work. how this must annoy him. If ego needs plumping. But I am prepared to i bat-
Since 1939, the various operations of the Canal and Canal any one person could outbellow tle to the end to keep people from dropping first
auxiliaries have over-expanded and over-built in every way, the miners' leadertout-talk himend from dropping first
which has resulted in an "ever-growing bureaucracy" which, as i the third person,and out- names only first me. I knw f at l stand
yot know, means waste in "manpower and money." vote him in the high A cun- only first e kn f that-ll stand
The mass of "red-tape" obviously obscures their vision of the cil, t watough old Dan T them are opnst the ages is tulab. Th re .of
purpose for which they are here-viz.-operation and mainten- the was tough old Dan Tobin, them re open to some conjm e cture, and you will
ance of the Canal. the teamsters' leaderwho step- supply me with a surname or kindly refrain from
ped in as Franklin Roosevelt's dropping your mighty friends In my presence.
Mr. President's predecessors set up a socialistic program for labor powerhouse when Lewis If somebody mentions Rex and Limi to- me. I
the Local Rate or Panamanian employes of the Panam rCanal quit to support Wendell Wilkie. am presumed to understand that they are re-
and Railroad whereby they and their dependents havenal Lewis knew he had some. ferring to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Harrison, the actors.
schools, subsidized housing and their dependents have free tentryhing to offer. His miners were I will not so understand.
commissary privileges, all tax reedical care, free entry and the only labor force to de- Until they furnish the rest of the name. I will
This programs costing the company more and more each liver votes against Taft In the cling to the suspicion that they are talking about
year for every additional Local Rate house means a loss and 1950 Ohio Senatorial election. Lillie Burman and Itex Smith, both friends of
every additional Local Rate student means added expense to The two coaldigging counties mine. _
the company. tallied heavily against the The same goes for this Rita-and-Aly routine.
This .,program also deprives PanamA of revenues they are otherwise successful Senator. I know a Rita Barrett, who secretaries for a
justly entitled to from their citizens who live and work in the The rest of labor lost the in- friend. If you pronounce Aly with a short A, I
Canal Zone. in the form of rentals, taxes, etc. which they dustrial centers to Taft. presume you mean Allie Reynolds, the pitcher. If
desperately need to support their institutions, and to help But the anti-Lewis forces In with a long A, I will settle for Ollie of Kukla,
stabilize their economy. the Republican high command Fran and Ollie. I will not assume Hayworth and
over-rode their national chair- Khan.
It is suggested that the treaty between Panami and the man, who has for months been You load a lot of friends if you persist in this.
United States be revised so that only United States citizen trying to get a more direct ap- I lost some British business the other night.
employes and their dependents, i.e., employes of the United proach to labor. And Lewis went when visiting with a recently returned Yank who
States government agencies in the Canal Zone, be permitted to to his convention platform and has been a Londoner so long he calls himself a
live in United States government quarters and receive all the carried out his original plan to Journalist now.
other privileges now extended to all government employes, such endorse the Illinois Governor
as free schools, subsidized medical care, and free entry. directly.
By this move he almost laugh-
It is further suggested that the Board of Directors secure ingly edged the other labor
the services of some of the best administrators from some of leaders right out of the politi-
the large compat.lies in the United States, preferably from those cAl limelight. The Democrats
doing business and with large field forces located In foreign who made contact with John L.
countries, to reorganize the company on a sound business basis. In Cincinnati told him that
It believed that such a streamlined company would be they'd turn out the top party
able to operate at a profit and to restore the several fringe brass for Lewis' two speeches in
benefits which have been taken from your United States citi- W. Va., and the expected excur-
zen employes during the past years. the d esyani.
--Just A Gringo. slons to Ohio and Pennsylvania.
All through this he gave no
quarter, not even a dime, on
VSIDE GLANCES By Ca brait his recent wage victory which
disturbed the White House be-
Scause it smashed the national
the public soon will learn. Lewis
refused to compromise on his
$1.9( a day (and 10 cents a ton
S: |more on welfare), thus ripping
the lid right off all wages.
| ., .Lewis even disdained to put
| \in an appearance at the unre-
ported and off-the-record exe-
cutive session of the Wage Sta-
\ilization Board the other ni ht.
/ 'The board meeting was c led
quietly to discuss saving wage
controls. Lewis sent in his cotn-
sel, Welly Hopkins, who simply
safd that Lewis and the miners
it {were not involved in this mat-

They were not applying for
Il Pproval. They simply' expected
f. ~ the full raise Lewis had gotten
.' from the northern coal owners
\ -- who are mostly the steel


1 / / ,operators and they believe it
/ \ I w was a matter only between the
government and the coal Indus-
try now. No increase, no coal.
This left the coal industry
spokesman. Harry Moses, to ar-
/ gue the union's case. He did it
*** '. well. The Wage Stabilization
-- Board will approve Lewis' vic-
Sa' tory which had been worked
out by White House adviser
John S8eelman and Interior
N 'A > Secretary Oscar Chapman.
*u1Rs, 0 a1m s %This will have a mighty Im-
L des_ pact on the 450,000 men who
wib coal and vote in gyinoi,
Sell my dentist and postpone my appointment? in, w. Va.. and Pennv a. IN TH4IR HAY DAW-8illm, 5l. .
1fetbi bit fro.. him and mhe htak Itout e r-clally wilh John L. Lewis makers make this ere-etehing picture. It *dw
S* wth that md of e n who delivered the Je VelMr es the ers 1farm 0r Ost4
SW tht -e, campaigning openly dW so is le e0 h aby ed
lur Stetensaon. .-


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"I was out with Max the other night," he was
starting to. say, "and..."
"Max who?" you interrupt. "Max Coscowitz?"
"Of course not," he says, "I mean Lord Beaver-
brook." If he meant Lord Beaverbrook, whynell
didn't he say Lord Beaverbrook?
He was mentioning "Bobbity," who turns out
to be Lord Salisbury, And "Annie," who is Lady
Rothermere.
"Nye" has got to be Aneurin Bevan, and "Fulke"
is the Earl of Warwick.
But when he hit me with "P-2" I quit. "P-2,"
is turns out, is popular name-dropping-for Prin-
gess Margaret Rose, meaning "Princess-2."
I have heard enough stuff about "Dear Noel"
to know by now that they mean Coward, but
they got to tell me Cowsrd or I will swear they
are talking about Noel Toy, a Chinese gal who
used to appear in night clubs, or Noel Sherry,
whom I. was in the Navy with.
You got to mak the Hllywood mob work when
they hand'you "L.B." or "Sam" or"Clar; or
"Hedda." I have got so ornery now that I won't
even hold very still for "Ike" from the political
set. Ike who? Ike Svensen, able seamani on the
SS. Sundance?
They have got a good one going at the moment
about the first-name dropper who spent an eve-
ning entrancing his. companions with a long
list of fabled acquaintances.
He finally got around to the Democratic candi-
date. and for five minutes it was nothing, but
Adlai-this and Adlal-that.
Somebody finally called his hand as Mr. Stey-
enson entered the room. "Here comes Mr. Stev-
enson now," the heckler said. "Why don't you
introduce us to your pal?"
"Oh, I didn't mean Adlal Stevenson." the drop-
per said. "I was talking about Adlai Kluttz."
It's a fresh adaptation of an old wheeze, but It
fits my momentary mood.
Come In clear with that last name when you
lay a drop on me, because I once knew a Chin-
ese juggler named Franklin D. Roosevelt Wong.
and am apt to make a point of it.


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Drew Pearson Says: Public won't oat*e l ling
on Ike's house; Ruling on bok t Y able
reaction; Pepper takes bow atl tev..
WASHINGTON.-There was an im
the release of Gen Eisenhower's finik
manner in which the income-tax returns of
and Senator Sparkman were made public.
The general summarized his finanal tr
year period. I -.
Stevenson., on the other hand, photostated
tax returns for 10 years back and handed out xa
press. In all, he photostated approximately 6,400 CA
ed tax I mnformation and handedthem to -v r 410
study and scrutinize.
T com evaled every ty he had cot r
s oenhower, on the other hand, did not l' in
which he had *investments, nor his operations thi t l'mar.
ket, nor his tax exemptions other than. t4p catal. on
hi~ book. There was no mention of his investment in 1r
o the Mar' Toy Co., nor did he gife a yeat-toeyear tf.a 'pt
his income.
If the general's complete financial t
Treasury were made public, they would show tha heo le -
ter on June 17, 1948, asking that his home at Columbla 2ser-
vants, and living expenses at Columbia-not be treated asttable
Income. .
Further interesting transactions on Zephw '
gains tax ruling on his book "Crusade In uop" a
sonal visit with his friend Archibald WlggEin t n dr
of the Treasury, following which the rulng was given highest
priority.
One letter from the Treasury to Ike was even rushed to him
by special courier. Ordinarily, rulings of this kind dragon for
weeks or months.
And after a preliminary draft opinion favorable .toAjwas
written in the Treasury. Undersecretary Wi*gns took it nsal
step of sending it to Internal Revenue Com owner S Wl,-nen
with a note attached reading: "Ihl agreement Mhould a
proved."
Eisenhower's first letter to the Treasury was dated Dec. 20,
1947, and the Treasury replied on Dec. 23-Wit.h almost unheard.
of speed.
Since then Congress has passed what has been dubbed "The
Eisenhower Amendment" making it impossible for others Wrlting
only one book to get the reduced capital gains tax. .*
COLUMBIA U. EXEMPTION
The general's letter, requesting that his house at Columbia
and upkeep not be considered as taxable Inoam, was addreased
to Commissioner Schoeneman. It stated,l-I P,, 't
"In my capacity as president of Columbia ,Ulurtty't
trustees provide an expense allowance to coverUtit, of 3
upkeep of the large house in whih Mrs. l entowr oz-
live by reon of University tradition, the dent. of the anllIr-
ities, and by the daily requirements of the position.
"A staff of 12 servants Is necessary to maintain this residence.
Their salaries as well as all upkeep costs are paid from the ex-
pense allowance provided by the university. "
SVarious other costs such as entertainment, travel, and Sun-
dry other items required by my position with the university are
also paid from this fund.
"All my work and activities are devoted to the dutita:
position. These expense accounts do not have any a .-a .8
the personal living costs, of my family and myself, Fo..*0 4
Ing, automobiles, medical care, and ordinary expense of liviNg; A
paid out, of private resources."
Several other unimportant letters were sent to the treaser.
and in November; 1948, Internal Revenue gave Ike a favor
ruling.
Tv,. years later, Nov. 3. 1090 after a long wrangle, tlh'
ury permitted a somewhat similar rul ingamding te a
agers who were forced to ve in their hbu
JThe&ie otroa mals ere not fo be
taxable income, the Treasury finally decidediTe"ts W
the ruling that the upkeep of Eisenhower's house nwa< not",
able income.
It took the Treasury months of additional wrangling to
a similar ruling to nurses who are required toW vethimplti. ,
This ruling did not coae down until Aug. 2, 1951. three years after'
Ike got his rulja, and even then it was not as clear-cut saised-h.
hCwer's. .
The Treasury also has ruled that the head Janitor of a b uld-.
ing who has to live in It shall not be taxed fdr the value of thi
apartment, but the same does not .apply to assistant janitor;
H- otel waiters who get free meals while serving at hotels and
restaurants also got a none-too-lenient ruling. f they eat a tree
meal while at work, It is not taxable nose.ma It it they eat the
meal as they finish work,. It Is taxable Income.
CHEERS FOR PXPPR
Florida Democrats have pricked up their political ears over
what happened to sit-on-their hands senators when Governor
Stevenson arrived in Tampa.
In Florida both Senators Spessard .olland aad Oprge
Smather have been sitting on their hands, They have made no
speeches for Stevenson. lifted no finger for him, leaving it to ex-
senator Claude Pepper to organize the state.
At Tampa, Senator Smathers was R Invlted to Introduc Stev-
enson. but set the impossmle condition -that kn be I to
state during his introductionthe, reasons why e differed ith
the governor. e w
In brief. Smothers wAnted to make a speeoh agaist Steven-
son before Stewv"--', nr'-e. This w6s refused.
Instead, .-"-cernr1i )oyle B. Carleton acted as m t. of
ceremonies, wbie Congretman Hardin Peteira was to tiee
Stevenson. ,
It wa -Cer',ton's jo "Ijso to cell on the d"in e
on the vlatform-inelrdlng the two congressmen and senator
Smp+hers. 1 .
When he called on Smathers to take a bow. however, the
senator was treated ,with loag. loud and contineoul bos. The
roar continue e for s ram ds ., ,
"It Is now m. v Carleton continued. "to ,iiefoce
the m"n who w1 Introdvee our glues of honor,.. .
There weaa 2tttedfiteet* oft"Peppet Pepper Pppen '
Carleton tried e
"We want Pewr veiled the crowd.
A third time he tiet to ittrodtuce Conkigresman Petero. ,
AMain thi-.ernwd ye : "Pepoett Penueri"
Finally Carleton asked Pepper to take a bow. Only then did
the crowd 1pt hin go about the business of introducing Petersona
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MIAN CHURCH NOTICES


Ike: 'My Campaign Decisions

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SUnitarian cint ies .. Ofd Ptul. ble i ae, eu.ten.d.a welcome O161 C.nurcnes'l Ill
,I ,t di iM te maI sol womeB *o the ered services, end to elvilkM *a j r* -y
S A s n es red servims. and toi e ,ivi*i And Services -
UNITARIAN A public serves, nhe Paeae America lists below, by --
iAmse i eaure a* Pep se at elw patme well's crusade, is ending up in "MacArthur for Eisenhower'Ihd
'10:30 .k. -evei f MtlM of hour sf wof ip Worship a nd uOer r .lgraiwitiaL Apartamnt I Lux Buiding, 34th Streei !,hel buchry f repupaions ow
0 md .Listingsd ae sttd r eet htme to time. oDenminations having Pa t t Monday: Lectures nd D. NEWARK, N.J., Oct. 18 (UP) Dwight D. Eisen- the butchery of reputations of Ar.rica First."
or r-me two ol egati tos aoe listed rodei "tesr Cheekue nAad us tm s chias o shower, defiantly asserting his political independence, innocent men and women." Formerly, it was called the
Cnt Balboa S A l f Army ( Blbo C Mr Truman said the Republi-"MacArthur and McCarthy in '52
Center, p.m. lboa i Serle". A special ting Is iedod fs m et Army Pt s i. an)o C.. said yesterday the decisions of his campaign were mine cans had hit upon the "false" Clb," the "MacArthur for Pre-
C.Z.; or ?tAS p.M Air Force boa eand Novel satioL, Sunday School 5930' m-,
eMTrita sdyat.m M.i0mr, church IceterisMed htlains wked W taf J med.r rce S-vice alone, charge that his administration ident Committee" and the "Ame-
Your invitation ieel tows dsuk by Wednedaey uee et the 1ate of oy Choaing far an I awiBo. Roeed. has been soft toward Commun- rica First Party MacArthur for
o tm se y W ,. nn ,sersie at .a p. at a place S So would be those he would make if elected Presi- sm'; as the best issue upon which Pesident and Sen. Harry F. yrd
Slbral the coming Sturdy oetin announced at nornin er-t 1,o pitch their campaign. for vice president."
...._______________ dent, he added. '..."Outside the lie-factory of the! Daly announced a meetin'lf
.c u. cusInR- o cH.-.. The GOP presidential candidate's statement was Kremlin itself," Mr. Truman sa, he in Chicago Monda o
Cathmolic E iscalal Ronead Baboa taken to be a rebuttal of Democratic charges that he was "it would be hard to find a more launch the drive to help dect
e-below are the Cat hurc Bb under the influRnce of Sen. Robert A. Taft (R-O.). fantastic perv e r s i o n of the Eisenhower President, and secure
"nte- n elw are d those he te o r The CATRA~ Bble Ce x o u eioS .... U: a truth his promise to name MacArthur
An hA B ss nal o e and oe. wIn e T oD ,U Preachn and Communi on... 0. He said he made a practice of listening to advice He accused the Republicans of as secretary of state."
,NAL PmaisPa and Colon whose SUNDAYS Pteat-lng and Communion.... 7:oo .me
PanamaS~ Me.- Meing =re pririly ol Com B........0 a t.zwm e sv IC of Republicans, and recommendations by many Demo- using the technique of the big Daly said he was witch to
Ca. .X ,xomo g l'^ uedsUthemd ta CIobadW I. Co ur Schpool and AuLt Bible Study .. Wednesday am and recommendations developed byiEisenhower cause in the lt
Lor s City, the Cathedral of e Im Bible Class ............... 930 .-m. Ladles' Bible Class Thursday :30, am. -crats and political independents. le -the technique developed by Eisenhower because in the last
p chool maculate Ception in Col, and num- Morning Prayer and. ermon 10:45 am. and police independent. Hitler-of advancing a falsehood fe weeks the Republican presl-
.o-. C. B .. tne uit we. ooth, MW ths Ccerhe Oi n-un-on bt 0 .. "But let me be quite clear as to my personal res- so monstrous that it stuns the den ial candidate had taken "a.
r and7 i30 their conr s are ortmarliSpan. on ....an .......... ....... 105 a We meet in the American Legion Hal onsibility for m ultimate decisions," he said.of the listener and i
Lor5 Iu m r at both S u-erves SuP- -. wveDnES Parer an ron T pn. n ont of the Clubhouse. y decisions, then repeating it again and regards his outlook on foreign
School'at- .m WEDN!=DAYS and Holy7 D~t Morning Worship 10:45 d.m
New a Su' Ol111T. MA*ISa Holy ommunon .......... 8:30 a. Vstor welom "Those decisions have been terror by slander" as a campaign again. policy.
New a 1N u, aa in .w. Wial Bible Study at Gatun. and will be mine alone. This cru- technique. Republicans ar," using this policy."
C0.~ D Csevices at 1-0 iu .ms 4 o:W fj' : ,e sod. Pho G*tup 1 o Guli ae wi ech0 hae ak te 'e has endorsed the indis- technique t "play upon our e- Peanut Butter Diet
| a-, oyyd I w. with Sunday School BdlAeUon: M: 0d0 ,a d t. aM. N as C APi erican people represents what criminate slaughter of the good gitiiate fear and concern about ALLEGAN, Mich. (UP)-Wrena
I ee late Holay : .. 8:0. :10. eo ilto M C UN M TIT I, myself, believe. name of one's opponents as a Cmmunist infiltrat i o no" Mr. I ave been summering at St. An-
LCote ~~nlona. sn -d .a 1 .: Church Shool %ar0 a.I Chaplain Ralph C. Wilson "I have acted and I have spok- method of political warfare," Mr. Truman said. drewsEpiscopal Church herefor
S1o0 Ab m. a undl dool at P. ursdays ,r I e on 11 iam. Phone 87-6292 en from my own deep inner con- Truman said in a speech in Sym- He conceded that Communist 'as long as most folks can re-
pak m Med pmi.- aM e I Se the moh Suf ltort ........i. infiltration is a threat to this'ember," according to 70-yr-
Miraculous Medal Noven-Monday at s ,P ee Sce 430 Mornn Worh p1:00 victiohs of what is best and right phony Hall in Boston.
C Voco 1s 1 CHUCt. 700 P Com* m. Evening Worship ............... 7:00 for America." "The Republican candidate has country, old Cardlton Wolfert, who says
.| 4lilo R d r avlas rm aa m ag Tlnii 130 a P.m .......The Re ublican presidential givcn himself to the whirlwind__ 'It is a threat that we are once of the reasons for the ,biAds'
ds S. ............ I..A4 am. An A HouSe of Pray aorlal eople. O HOLIC CHUB nominee ao: the tempest of slander, which aware of and one we have been annual visits "might be the .ppa-
S*** m 5TS t ot. ph el T e Archa 1) Demanded that the McCar- has grown strononoufear of nadling through effective se- nut butter and broad diet" .fed
. ........ on : Saturda :3 St est N ran i migration law be reritCommunism. curity measures for a long time," by church official
S. 30 a DD night praised Gen. George C. In a midday speech at Law- musts or subversives will be m.
haertheathb .n. ee .-, :.3.8d- Altp.m. 8end 4thpm.-Th *t 74sem f rc h of11.S Ae Mondayn. Wednesday and Marshall, form provide "an intelligent, Mr. Truman based these the President said. ohv

Pa e r ...ft .. :wm. e: oa at o oA Holy Codunion ah ......... v:30 aM state and Ei.nhower's World man sa d Eisenhower "appears to ernment s also havey
P Re l ont Min.tisoMter o. Sacrament a Un ction 3) Chared the Democra unbigoted balance between the s ecurity to get the pres- urty aencies
OT treie CHURCa d.a Holy Communion 41 a.1 vice) rnt Sunday oat each month a, immigration welfare of America dorsement of Republican Sens. b en fighting Communism "by
sau e k.I stgest 7uda v.C.i :0 a 0 a5? nd 9*0 and thil e prayerful hopes of the William E. Jenner of Indiana doing away with the conditions
SAd Sm 1:teS5l Mo S n S n n*. 1a30. poses and h proposed that the is- Republican presidential ca n which Communism grows.ill not
Snda M: S a. 3 B4H.C Li Shi Pritti nd es best could be handled by a line with "loose talk" about pull- Mr Truman pledged that Com-
t Holy cousin ......... u:u srmo rm ........... oo p. conference with the governors ind U.S. troops out o f Korea.
wo uxary Id Tudy at Pamaon A R. P. 2) For the second straight Wisconsin. New Meanwhile Lar Daly. Chicago
SI ae vlu Rt ar T, iBbb ne,ux Bu D ag sh night praised Gee "the. George C. n a midday speech at Law munists or subversives will be
S U AT CUCH n 4 S 34th tret. Pam city rights of all our ctiens." Mr. Truman urged the election bounced today his "AmericaSplm...
Sunday S e .....mlt uild. 4t Tuies at 7:45 p~m. otio at.i....6-M a.m Marshall, former secretary of rence, Mass., yesterday Mr. Tru- th own out of the federal gov-
ea hi .gSe S.teu:dy-.:30. 00 m SyDayMa SA COROZAL 0 Holy Communion a ......... 6:30: m state and EL e rnhower's World man said Eisenhower "appears to rdentf wi seo Dh
WDpCronay. "Bie oa 00 3pirmernBza) made his own decisions was evi- Democratic presidential nomineeF. D Eisenhower and seek to have rm
SBal Pbbe Von. A. r. Nahtten:ie Sunday School at ............ War I commander. be willing to undermine" the na-him appoint by the FBI or otherMac-
o h *S. s=. vTer I.day;ar VoinraN LA ocA imlne Servu e ad......... T pm who charged the Democrated his and c ontinued national prospersi- curity agencies.



ta ^h~ilwuS^&'^rl81:00 a Ee a tbyd30, RMo rningPr ayt ya SS CENTER." views but to opponents who ity. Daly announced that the par- "Ianis M Cg w
Sunda : Mm y MdSermon at ................ uch and Sermon:0 P with exploiting the issue of ci- dency. "But government employes
SI S .n. 0 -Mon yr l JOph R. McCarthy of Wiscon- of Irish Roman Catholics, that he ........ m
Holy... : p. Monday pl. and vil rights for vote-getting pur The Presidential accused the will not be fired without evi- this campaign may sink
W dn- .. p.. -pe met a..lO a 0 pm. poses and proposed that the is- Republican presidential cand dnce," he said. "They will not
Rosary: Mlenda WedtanaY and Selr- GAMnO Wednedyp Cra. .t. e a Adve ntst of fair employment pratige- date of following the Communist be convicted on th basis of
SSunday Gat S.00 pi, AL S.mdn',. Ch rch ic at ................. 0 fa against Gov. Alfred E. Smith,
Ca techime 6 se? dyn ay:-102M. ius Rev. Lemuel SB Shirley, Priet Fridays Litany. Rating, and es best could be handled by a line with "loose talk" about pull- mere accusation."
Holy Commuion ......... *M: &t Semo tm ........... 1*0O om. conference with the governors iLn. U.S. troops out of Korea.
Son ........ ......... .00 m. o of the 48 states, urging them In a users of talks in New Meanwhile Lar Daly Chicagoe either
S rda r mrauou dai Satu Sabbath Scho a. pecr in security," he said. Smith's Roman catholic rel- R institution Guaranteed b the Sate
SAvenin Prayer *& Dibble ovn Building to guaIrantee "the economic Hart of g pshire and Massachusetts furniture manufac t u r e r, an-
SSun M ; a th 1:0 34th Street. Panama City rights of all our citizens." Mr. Truman urged the election nounced today his "America
Was. kBtolka s 0.eZ. t --4. D.s0 A J0. Wm en'd 4th Tursday. 7 Pubme ndetin~gs and iscuonh every Eisenhower's assertion that he of Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson, the First Party" will support Dwight
.v. ... d T s n Prd t; In th grop stands had taken as the model for hteet Colon
Are n Heghts. Cee r unda i (U m Be9aner) made his own decisions was evi- Democratic presidential nominee, D Eisenhower and seek to have
Sa Public m ti every Monday et T:0 dent answers notb only to those as the best bet for world the hi appoint Gen. Douglas Mac- I
"elof Church away from hbe re-- L. vNwouce d V OCA Study hrclassevery : Thursday C I who charged Taft dominated his and continued national prosper- Arthur as secretary of state md oMn h
wth a velo just as friendly" Paters Cr Hl Sunday ftern n Rd Batbo ( o arrangement of any kind that ma to Irish Roman catholics. We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
i e am thur could e interpreted as even an The President said Cromwels o r other securities.
S Mas: Sp 80 a. t a tor Cae ordally invited. mplied promise let dof future olMar- c rusademan said in his speech ty name has been changed to






Ho(Bry It:Conterence. Pasor. Rev. W:30 a 8 Rm 8:. n.m Holy Communion and Sundia Atlantc t have made none. I am still a 'no Etroying parliamentary govern-
ab I an io n pm. ie reiam ly. t a-ornm ns r ae and. Church e t a Joseph R. McCarthy of Wiscon- of Irish Roman Catholics, that he
oto e : s e ry eey Rona evnin g t.0r P . 7Soo C"uc e n o m. v Day sin and Sen. William E. Jenner Is afraid this campaign may sink
S........... o......... 1:30 p. T. JOHN ....IT D LA SALL Co -n ,-edy. e _nd Adventdast of Indiana. e-owder than the "disgraceful and
A lSn. dentist BA be"I have given election after bUn-American" one waged in 1928on the fear of Communism.
.(.Mi.......on GSundayi n s, ioA b, am. AA.a A and ri- am. Sunda 11to00 o A Third pred- ment to the false notion that an against Gov. Alfred E. Smith
p .mgo pm. Tlesday; Vespers. ofly at T- 412- sEVT-AY- isolated or isolationist America Democratic presidential candl-i
in month. ...w...ins a : A. vs t .Anpe c.. Wtsoonuenekl y ho tces an continue to live either In date.
Sda after MRe R Saturdy Sabbat S t So= am. peace, or in security," he said. Smith's Roman Catholic reli-, Institution Guaranteed by the S te
4 R w C ~CE MRancu=ouP Medal Novena d rotr-s tngrab 4:S-- Lecture i =0 pm. wed- m belief in any of the men po







S-o ooo SMrvld- h'o wer.- endded a Aeri 2% Interest Annually oSSavings Accoutt,
d J W.f t. e: da We o TR. A.okso Bible Stu An Prayes S- whom I consider great AeriCan Mr. Truman said Eisenhower pays nts

















90 8:3 a.e *o a.m Holy Communan r. Wal. 05-A B -o- Central Ave. at Front St. at corner
1s1 .10 a -. Abon SWt. In this groiorps ta&ds had taken afs the model for hi th St.



















'* E"' s~s"... ^' c wa.......... as^c.N" H^ "a B swaon .... DEPOS <. R. De ROIJX CARLOS MYNSV.
-. JIM. Day Uses.. uh Mhus~ T.Ranki, Di. m.George C. Marshall. "crusaders" Oliver Cromwell, the
c io 1 i A:"At.he ery. beginning of this Englsh Pr otestant leader of the INITIAL DESb-ManT er.
ho .. 114W ...........d.... C of T V ly CmFAM Wt Socrie JH.o campaign I aserted that I was a 17th century who subdued Ire- RS
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T-t :D Waldoc SATURDAS: rrom 8:00 to M:0 p.
M l S & e 1 TuesdayAM -C sh church j. a& Cm. could be interpreted as even an The President said Cromwell's or other securities.
1110 V- 10. 'L ?ARA taB Pastoor; Calle Dori. v implied promise of future politi- crusade started out "as a matter
M I IOCOCO .. o Gmbde n rlo A. Grit x al or other favor or benefit. I of principle and finished by de-"'
a Jhot eol.. 1: W: ama. Holy Communi on ind Sumy 9 Atlenlfr Side have made none. I am still a 'no trying parliamentary govern-
y WuritlramHs Trt. R nodC deCHRIST IS THE SOUCE OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE"V N
.I. W Cit SAMHpAm rglIs'4 Churches S r Clarke. Dr- deal' man." ment and butchering women and
Rev. Willia H. Armstr .45 Cm Pen~t*mcharge Prayer: and and Al .tP ..










Smit Melyw d S wu Sun- ays. He accused the Democrats of 3o b .hildren.".. CIS
am' i .o 3 rrle ,d BCurh.e* M on.l pa0 .o= Red. Arnold C. Waldock Ch rsanCr...h. .i."d. Street,
m a. Sunday aSchool tuu O ai OL A Monday: .m. o. Me e. S & livar exploiting minrt groups by Mr. Truman said EienhowerH






















a MornYo n awlrae d ContiSnfals sti. ef otr -rfunday ...w Curcs AolsonIC TrSe eac dh m aoh Balbld ren.hts, C. Z."
7:1s5 to g eninupme u PSJv rs, 4, frmC Wednesday: p:mo. Girls' Frdendly .; CrIstrAi Spanish 16th St AM Do- 'leaving social Injustices incor- "hopes that he can ride into of-! 00 and $5.0
Si- ar o s .A.o reacted in order that votes could fic." on the "slander" campaign DA, OCTOBER 19, 19520C
Rew Naoran Pratt. .S A CHC M be gained in election ater based on the fear of Communism.chool (Classes for all ages).












ri s Heur MelCrhurh-otie Holyo Me?..NS...s er .... .ul aM a ................. te le ct n ,a" Children's Chapel (ages 8-12)
N .oa SerL a, oly St. t t ~ St. Jam e n so' Chur election", an"But he may find it strongmen Union.













g1 G S^ Har wn C ia FORT 7:30 p .-"THE REVELATION FROM HEAVEN or THE M
co gaornon 9aastog Rev Vincent 87111. f. Rev. D. A. O ne es Wela r i s harS i X.oo "What is sorely needed to deal thin he is," Mr. Truman said.
Com.unday SundayS. A 10081& RevC. QA. Craw* Ji Welar A Bids. 111XL with the problem of race rela' "And at any rate, It Is a osits ar ccept
U;t. Sm. uveiSerPc. W Nowr 6!3 11 ed RBooa d. Balboa. C Ra bi Nathan
on t Sunday Within director. tions, to provide equal opportuni- strange ending for his great C CIFIED RISEN COMING GINweeks.
A 7110 p -m. er Meeting. Holy Dey MeAN 0 A M a4. 1. PAUL'S CI Services en Fri, I'. hpim ties and to end racism is leader- crusade. What started out as a l
o t l4lo ryi t. ctly I.'m A. A. NlahN.itt le, HAJI MJJLE (See also stings of UJewpsh -evt-
S.unda a eIam M and Te Rev, Ritz Reginald Atwell u Wa r Poets. Bei and Statns. ship," Eisenhower said. matter of principle, like Crom-















Rn C.ity, Miraculu SMda Sto -*chl ae tea .. Meanwhile President Truman gi TO BA CTIY-
'a. Mas -u5c1,..0.s 0 vo t Individual safety deposit bxs d for jewer. n
walk-- ... e MaC- CUH l. a- Panamf. City. Rabbi Harry A Merf eld shower has endorsed a "reign of documents, in 4
,--- Deliver ighway. Ga -- C... Hatel Washingtfof OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH:
,-- SM si Hly Ccm"0 Fre Bales TA is, Central Aye. at Front St. at 1orne
U9:0 am. Choral 3.ucha rla and Serum A I corner of "I" Street. of 7t St.
Mi rl I ov= service s1,14 am. Church School An Stations
lkl Idm ridaf VTonfession. Rev, C. W Hayes.
.tvenr. Psaw ST.-THOMAS' CHURCH kk Sunday W oo,................. .:1R
-1482. "ITatunL.Nes~ 7:3t p.m. evensong an4 Addren-Rvm. ,bWahin ............... 10:,3\1 CRI
womhip woe an huctime FRIDAYS Sob tldg 154.. :0o Front 3:00 n.m to 12:30 p.m .s,
WeaiaYbiatee TUNs A. Fri S" :00a. A :00 a m Childron's Eucharist ft Ir, it W ............... 10".,30
Holy 041 Mass. #,S am. Waldock "' r.' Z SATURDAYS: from 8:00 am to L2:H p.m.
'it R WiUam L Uraham Pa" ir* tOs Imodel Nove" 40toee 00 a.m Choir rehearsal. wo.hp ............10.0
ICoof- e'11 all an Holt; WSK Con= 1:30 p.m Compline end dditattoa. ______o_,_.............___O____.. ..
4SIIIEoS Mmw ST MA-- .. V-." ""-
AOl*. VAo LW P Silver City.v. C. Snoring worship ............... SM
$:1' wirkntlavu Endesvll MarFritn..nQ Rev'd. Arnold C Weided %h toGCi BASE dICHRIST IS THE SOURCE OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE"
'.0m .. Rev. Arnold C. Waidoc. Bible % o' .. ............... 90-
Pnstrclt.n Low edull - Priet-in-charie. r P I STRICI 93 a -ie Bl.egt. .EL ER


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*ATmnAv .
*Ai'KiUII* UWm-r U. m. a.


Cdrgo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Departures


Shipping & AirLine News
0-----
S. ('aledtinian tIrning to his Chicago office
Arrives in (ristohal Nov 24.
The net, str amiine d M. S. Ca-
leclonia a French m iotorship ar- KI.M ('ompktes
- rived tadav in Cr:itobal on her I.000th Flight From
maide a voy;.'e t'c. ITh the Ca- Anmsterdam to Curacao
nal. Last week. a KLM plane set off
Thie 17.'-u-tc;i vs'sel it, bound :rom AAmsterdam on the 1000th,
to.., r T-hiith New Caledt.n.i '.i nd :'eturni flight to Curacao. The
-Australia on th,, Ne..\ Colidonia A.msterdam-Curacao air service!
line run v as opened on June 6. 1946, and
The Calec ,liian is ).-e ned by ,i'nce then KLM has performed
tih Fen'ien Ct pant' des Mea- .n a'era'e of 13 return flights
Species MiT'timns andI has a eri.s- betiveeai Curacao and the Neth-i
ii.). 'pecd or 17f intt,. ri"p ship ci'rlnds every month.
'-' Intends 10 11 1 w.., h ," -r' ,ossing
f:ron. Balb(' t(" ppc',-i 'l 11 rhe orvinail frequency of this
dayv p-rvice' was one fli-ht L.r week.:
)De:.io-f! lor" otih a oa" nd but in the course of the years it;
,.passpn2(r'' .scrvicr. the new .ship 's graduially raised to five


ha' accmmninccV'datin')s for three flirht., a wek.
clas.ecs of pasx1nger'.
At present KLM makes three:
flights every week via the north-
I.lons' Club President ern route to Curacao (i.e. viai
To Visit Panama Next Month Montreal and Havana) and twol
Lions clubs in 21 Latin Amer- flights via the southern route
lean citos are laying host for (Dakar and Paramaribo).
the next six weeks to Edgar El-
bert, president of Lions Interna-' The Amsterdam-Curacao serv-
tional. who is flying to the Ca- ice is supported by KLM's Europ-i
ribbean and South and Central ean and West'Indian networks of
An erica to visit Lions organiza- feeder service on either side of
tions. He is due in Panama Nov.Ith, Atlantic. The West Indian
11 I Division, which has its head-
Elbert. a Maywood. Illinois, re- quarterss at Curacao and operates
altoi who was elected president nearly 9.000 miles of air routes
of the international service club linking 21 cities in the Caribbean
at its Mexico City convention area and Central America, was
last June. is being accompanied founded in 1935 after the famous
bv his wife. transatlantic flight by the Fok-
He started the trip with a PAA1ker F-18 "SNIP" in December
flight from Miami to San Juan,11934.
Puerto Rico.
Following his visit in Puerto On these thousand round trips;
Rico Elbert is visiting Lions clubs KLM has carried 89,603 passen-1
in Trinidad. Brazil, Uruguay. Ar- ger., 465 tons of mail and almost
'gentina. Chile, Paraguay, Bolivia, 4,100 tons of freight. The num-
Peru Ecuador. Colombia, Vene- ber of revenue passenger miles
!uela, Panama. Costa Rica. Ni- was 383.208,125 while the number
,aragua. Honduras. Guatemala,,of revenue ton miles performed
El Salvador and Cuba before re- was 20,980,625.


The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840

Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
:AST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" ........... ............. ........ Oct. 21st
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .................. Oct. 29th
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............. . ...... ...... Nov. 2nd
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* (18,000 Tons) .....Nov. 22
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT


CHRIS WELKIN Planteer

THERE
OilLES ANNi'T
VANS THECg--
FOCUE ; ForT THJ
A RAPA ELSE,
PEAM ON
TH4E
OBJECT

IN SPAmE.


BUGS BUNN1


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NOTICE
Frederick J. Brady is no longer connected
with Wilford & McKay, Inc., effective
October 13, 1952.



UPW QW


IL. GL,


FAS'l rItI'-.IH Ih aL.KVItk tTrwtKN
lItKOPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Paoienger Berthpi

ro tUROPE:
M .S Chili ............................................. October 24
'to ll 4MBIA ECUADOR. PERIU & CHILE:
S S. Valognes ........................................ November 5
i'O CENTRAL AMERICA & WEST COASI U.S.A.:
M.S. Washington .................................... October 20
eASSENbLtH bLtVICt. trom NEW WORK to PLYMOUTH & LI. HAVE:
S S. lie De Frdhce .................................. October 29
PASSVNIGER NK VIC Ifrom.CARTAGENA to EUROPE:
S.S. Colombie ..................................... November 9
Cris.ibal. VRlNCCH LINE. F.O Hoi Iset rel. a J-247 & I
Panemi" LINDO V MADURO. 8 A. Bow 13
Tel Panami 1-1601 3-1631




UNITED FRUIT COMPANY


Great White Fleet


NEW ORLEANS SERVICE


Arrives
Cristobal


*S.S. "CHIRIQUI"..................................Oct.
S.S. "LEON" .......................................Oct.
*S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................Nov.
S.S. "AVENIR"................ .................. Nov.
Handling Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo


NEW YORK SERVICE


Arrives
Cristobal


S.S. "CAPE ANN" ................................Oct 18
S.S. "JAMAICA" ....... ...........................Oct. 18
S.S. "LIMON" ..............................O...ct. 21
S.S. "TALAMANCA" ................................Oct. 25
S.S. "CAPE AVINOF" .......... ........... .......Oct. 27
Frequent freight sallHnA fol Cr it6bI to
Wa Coast Central Asawlean oett

Passenger Sailings to Jails (rom
New Orleans via Tela, Hondura. a GpAtlwtw
-----------* --- -T .,
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................O 1. 21
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ........................ ...;vo. 4
Weekly seallaUsew Twelve Pa er Ship to New Tork Mobile.
Charilton. Le AgelMe. San Francsco d eat

SPECIAL NOTICE
We wish to announce a new special round trip rate of
$270.00 for passage on our twelve passenger ships sailing
weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles or San Francisco,
returning from Los Angeles. tickets limited to four
months, effective September 15th to May 15th.
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20


Iw*Ybody eo^aadasQeddes


Time for Speed


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SS. "C ZCO" .... ... ..................... .. Nov. 3rd
M.V. "SAMANCO" ............................... end Nov.
--ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
4S, .S. "POTARO" .. .................. ............ Oct. 29th
M.S. "DURANGO" ................... ....... Nov. 8th
TO UK/CONTINENT
S.S. "LOCH AVON" ............................. Oct. 24th
,M.V. "DUIVENDYK" ........ .............Oct. 27th
tM.V. "DALERDYK" .........................Nov. 18th
NOTE:-"Names for third class accommodation to Kingston and Havana
per M.V. "RELNA DEL PACIFICO" 22nd November will be
taken 8:00 a.m. on the 2nd October."
All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cristobal Tel. 1654/5
SIPANAMA-Ave. Perij #55. Tel. 3-1257/8
FORD CO. INC. IBALBOA-Term. Bldg. Tel. 2-1905


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SATuRDAY, OCTOB 195L


THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER


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Society


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MAMBASADOR IS HOST AT DINNER
:, :itwArbassador of France to Panama Mr. Lionel Vana,
bihest on Thursday evening at a dinner given at the
masy La. rest in honor t Dr. Claude oianer,
A"1 saadT and director of the Amrlean Offi e of the M -
A~'I of Foreign Relatn of FrUsne, n.d Mr.E dward Bon-
:. m u, chairman of1 the 3 owig Relationas Committe of the
rench Chamber of Deputies, who arrived ,n PanamA re-
", ftly for a short visit here.

*ll Luncheon At cake and *cross the back we
duraan mbas.y ... thirteen pastel colored cu
-The Ambassador f Honduras holding flowers. A letter w
W PatAma and- Mr.> _mA.-A. pasted to each of the cups a
Raiaias-Planas were hit atsAt.pelled out "Happy Birthda:
N tm ncheo given on- Tim day Each small guest was given
*aI the embassy In farewell to hat of red, yellow or turquoi
the Secretary 'of the Brazialin to wear. Master David wore
Leghtion and Mrs. Oswaldo Ba- harlequin hat combining t
rreto Silva. three colors.
Among those present were" the Those attending i n c 1 u d
Ambasgador of Costa Rica to David's brother, Tommy 0
Panama and Mrs. Alfonso Guz- Chester, Jackle, Tommy an
man Leon; the Ambassador of Carol Pearson; Pat, David at
Chile to Pahama, Mr. Manuel Buddy Dempsey; Irene and Cc
' Hidalgo Plava; the AmbeSsador in Corrigan; Fryeta and Fra
of Ecuadou to Panama, Mr. Six- ces Hill;, Tommy and Mimi N<
ten Duran.Balle. ,. e. Minister son; Sherry and Stevie Bilse
of. Brazil to Panama and Mrs. Mickey and Dennis McCaule
JoA s mibo Ribliro; Mrs. Cata Marshall Harris, Linda J ar
LeWft and Mrs. Lola C. de Ta- Robinson, and Candy and Sa
a . dra Spain.
Dr. add *Mrs. Brown Dinner To Honor Mrs. Ewing
RBetar To Rochester Members of the Pedro Migu
Dr.. and Mrs. Philip Brown, of Boat Club will entertain with
Rochester, Minnesota, left Pa- dinner 'on November 1 in hon
nama on Thursday by plane of Mrs. Eula J. Ewing, who r
brts United States follow- ires from the servicee of t
inrtor ee day, vacation on the Panama Canal Company at t
Isthmus during which tI m ne end of this month.
they were guests at Hotel El All members of the Club a:
na. r is the taff o all other friends of Mrs. Bwil
Dr. Brown Is on the Staff of are cordially invited.
the Mayo Clinic. Mr. Paul Dukas is in char
of arrangements for the ev
A Atarbffy Leaves Isthmus ning.
Mr. orge Barbey, eminent
Swss banker and Ethnologist, Bridge Tournament
left the Isthmus on Friday .by Monday. Evening
plane following a visit of sev- The regular bridge turn
eral weeks here. During his stay ment will be held on Mond
te was a guest at Hotel El Pa- fn the Card Room of the Hoi
nama. TlvolU at 7:00 p.m. All interee
-- ed persons are invited to pa


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ticipate. (
Gamboa Basaar Friday Evening
The annual bazaar of the
Oamb9a Union Church will be
held on' Friday evening at the
Gamboa Civic Center where a
"Johnny Mosetti supper will
be served beginning at 5:00 p.


tvid MOutetre Tddaao, Mr. eidMrs. Robert
S. T eaa, Mr. and Mrs. George Motta,
S aid Mr. andMr Jorge Alemin

wish to. expre. their appreciation for the many
attentions shown them during their recent


bereavement.


o n' Othe sland of Jam;ic (ritish West
Indies) can produce the eal and genuine

ABu ld cam label his wares as



b- when you buy a bottle of JanaicaRum it is
'* rl.la beled as a monor as JAMAIcA.
th^ t these d mari& ft Itatns .

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day morning at 9:00 a.m. at
the home of Mrs. Pete Johnson,
614 Ancon Boulevard.
Materials will be provided for
the work.

Flower Classes egin Monday
Two now Flower Arrangement
Classes, sponsored by the Bal-
boa YMCAand taught by Ms,
Charles Morgan, will open on
Monday. One class will be held
at 9:00 a.m. and the other at
7:00 pVi. for seven consecutive
Mon4ays. The series will con-
elude with a flower show at
which time arrangements by
pupils will be oft display.
To register, telephone 2-2759
or 2-283 9 between-8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m.
Parishioners To Meet
New Pastor
The parishioners of St. Mary's
Churches are cordially invited
to meet the new pastor, Father
Joseph Konen, C. M., and the
priests of the Mission In St. Ma-
ry's Hall tomorrow evening
from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Art Exhibit'At JWB Gallery
The Canal Zone Art League
is sponsoring an exhibition of
oil paintings by Beatrice Stur-
tevant Gardener which is now
on, display In the Jewish Wel-
fare Board Gallery. The exhi-
bition will.remain hanging
through October 24.
The Gallery is open fro&i
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.
Visitors are asked to leave a
vote for, the painting they pre-
fet.
The public of the Canal Zone
and of Panama are invited.


794-Mile Alabama-Florida


Scenic Highway Proposed


-Ia
UNNA MARIA, Fla., Oct 18-
State Road Department
chairman Alfred, A. MoKethan
proved tonight construction
of f194-mile scenic Gulf Coast
highway extending from the
Alabama line to the southern
tip of Florida;
McKethan suggested t he
route hit all west coast beaches
and by a series of new roads
and bridges wind though the
many islands now cut off from
the mainland.
The road board chairm a n,
sponsor of the -controversial
$275,000,000 east coast turnpike
proposal, recommended the
Gulf coast scenic highway in an
address before the Anna Maria
Chamber of Commerce.
He proposed the route as a
future project, after his term
as highway chairman expires in
January.
The proposed highway, Mc-
Kethan said, would be similar
to state road A-l-A on the east
coast. He suggested it be finan-
ced with log-term revenue
bonds. ,
McKethan said he would re-
commend to the road board at
its next meeting that the pro-
posed highway be designated as
G-l-A, Gulf coast way.
McKethan explained that 274
miles of existing state roads
could be made a part of the
Gulf coast route. The other 520
miles would consist of new lo-
cations or county roads which
would require Improvemet, he
said.
McKethan declined to esti-
mate the cost of s u uh t


Ladies Auxiliary Of Pedro But he said it could be accom-
Miguel To Honor Mrs. Ewing polished by the sale of revenue
The Ladies Auxiliary of the bonds "without increasing
Pedro Miguel Union Church taxes or of using any apprecia-
plan to honor Mrs. Eula J. ble regular highway funds."
Ewing at a luncheon meeting He urged the west coast of
of their Auxiliary on November Florida to organize into a "mill-
4. The meeting will begin at tant west coast highway group
1000 a.m. and the covered dish to open up all of the Gulf
luncheon will be served at 1130 coast beaches and islands be-
a.mluncheon will be served at 11:30 tween Escambia County and
Mrs. Ewing, who retired from Cape Sable."
the service ot the Panama Ca- At the same time, McKethan
nal Company the end of this -
month, was the first President Thursday nights. Tickets may
of the original auxiliary of the be purchased at Dagmar's on
Pedro Miguel Union Church. Tivoli Avenue, or in the Balboa
All friends of Mrs. Ewing'as or Diablo Clubhouse lobbies be-
well as members of the Auxi- ginning tomorrow evening.
liary are invited to attend and Reservations may be made by
are requested to contact Mrs. calling Mrs. Olickenhaus at Pa-
Jacobson at 4-580. nama 3-3347.
"Glamour Boy"' Art Exhibition. To Be at Tivoli
To Be Presented, Nex Week The Annual Community Art
The Balboa Little Theatre Exhibition of the Canal Zone
production, "Glamour Boy," will Att League will be held from
be presented at the Di ablo Noember 2 throughout Novem-
Clubhouse on Tuesday, October her 16 a, the Hotel Tivoli in
28, and Wednesday, October 29, celebration of Americans Art
at 7:30 p. m. We-k. ,
Tickets are now on sale under The Leagu ,'viates artists to
e general alpe sion of tel- ent oil water col-
ness manager, =a Hart. & r, cavng
--- *u with the
*Night Must Fail" -prvilge of Brng six pieces
Tickets On Sale wit not o four in one
Tickets are now on sale for class. .
the Theatre Guild's production All work abhdd -be brought to
of "Night Must Fall," which the Hotel Tivoli on October 29,
will be presented at the Diablo 30 or 31 between the hours of
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announced bids will be received
Nov. 20 for construction of the
following projects: Manatee
County approach to the lower
Tampa Bay bridge, construction
of the Manatee River bridge
between Palmatto and Braden-
ton, two new bridges to Anna
Maria Beach, a new bridge from
12th Street to City Island in
Sarasota County, and Improve-
ments to the 33rd Street bridge
in Sarasota.
He said bids for construction
of the Ringling Causeway
bridge will follow almost imine-
dlately.
Construction necessary f o r
McKethan's Gulf route woula
include a new highway east-
ward along Santa Rose Island
soUth of Fort Walton, and
bridges passing through Gray-
ton and Seagrove Beaches and
across East Bay to Beacon BeachI
and over St. Joseph's Bay to
St. Joseph's point.
New bridges also would have
to be constructed crossing In-
dian Pass to St. Vincent Island,
St. George Island and Dog Is-
land.
New highways east of Adams
Beach and near Cedar Key, a
new highway to Pine Island in
Hernando County, a bridge to
Caladesa Island, and highways
and bridges connecting Little
Gasparilla Island, La Costa Is-
land, Captive Island, Sannibel
Island, Fort Myers ,Beach and
along the Ten Thousand Islands
also would be necessary.

Former Japanese
Admiral Dies
Of Pneumonia
TOKYO, Oct. 18 (UP)-Kel-
suke Okada, 84, former admiral
and a pre-war prime minister,
died yesterday of pneumonia.
Okada was an "elder states-
man" during World War II who
often was called on for advice
in top policy matters.
He narrowly escaped assas-
sination on Feb. 26, 1936. when
army rebels attempted to over-
throw the government.


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MISS DBTTE FARRELL BECOMES BRIDE
OF MR. RICHARD SWEARINGEN


At an evening service in the Fort Davis Chapel, Miss
Bette Jeannette Farrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Far-
roll, of Margarita, plighted her troth to Mr. Richard Swear-
Ingen, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Swearingen, of Gatun.
The double ring ceremony took place yesterday at 7 p.m.,
with Chaplain (Lieutenant) Donald G. Gravele, U.S.A., offi-
elating, In the presence of a large gathering of friends and
relatives.


The chancel and altar of the
church was banked with palms
which formed an effective back-
ground for the white flowers used
In the decorations. The altar was
centered with an arrangement
of white gladioli and the glads
crowned a simulated arch with-
in the chancel. Mock orange en-
twined the chanebl rail and the
sides of the archway. Bows of
white taffeta ribbons with white
gladioli marked the pews.
Mrs. William Keenan of Santa
Clara, played the traditional
wedding marches for the proces-
sional and recessional and ac-
companfed her son, Mr. Marvin
Keenan. Mr. Keenan sang Schu-
bert's "Ave Maria" and "Mother
at Their Foot is Kneeling."
The lovely young bride entered
upon the arm of her father, by
whom she was given in marriage.
She wore a Joell original wedding
gown *of Viennese chantilly lace
and white nylon net over Ivory
satin. The fitted, pointed bodice
was of lace and was finished at
the top with triple tucks of satin
which gave a flared effect.. The
very decollete dress had a fitted
guimpe of the nylon net with
long, pointed lace sleeves, which,
were clasped at the wrist with
tiny satin-covered buttons. A
lace design was appliqued at the
high neckline and a line of tiny
buttons gave back interest to the
dress.
The full, bouffant, b allI rina
skirt was worn over crinoline pet-
ticoats. The lace, edged' with a
natural scalop, formed a grad-
uated peplum extending on the
sides to the bottom of the skirt.
A panel of the lace trimmed the
back of the skirt.
The shoulder length, double
veil was held in place with a lit-
tle lace cap, latticed with satin
and studded with seed pearls.
For something new she carried
-lace and insertion handkerchief
made by the maternal grandmo-
ther of the groom, Mrs. H. C.
Loechler, of Ohio.
Her flowers were a nosegay of
gardenias encircled with a frill
of white nylon net and'showered
with satin ribbons. It contained
a corsage of white phalaenopsis
orchids, the gift of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Croft.
Miss Barbara Curles of Balboa,
was maid of honor. She wore a
ballerina length gown of aqua
nylon net over matching taffeta.
The long fitted, pointed bodice
was finished with a puff of nylon
outlining the neck. A matching
puff extended around the skirt
at the hipline and formed a deep
"V in the front of the skirt. She
used short ruffled gloves and
shoes that matched the dress.
Her flowers were a nosegay out-
lined with nylon to match the
dress. Tblv were a mixed bou-
quet of yellow gladioli, blue hy-
drangea and purple agapanthus
flowerettes and pink and yellow
carnations. Ribbons in the pastel
shades to match the gowns of the
bridesmaids formed the ribbon
shower. She wore a matching ar-
rangements in her hair.
The bridesmaids wore dresses
Identical with that of the maid of
honor and carried matching bou-
quets with circlets of the flowers
in their hair. Their dresses were
worn over crinoline petticoats.
Miss Marjorie Rathgaber wore
orchid, Miss Virginia Coffy was
in pink; Mrs. Ernest Cotton wore
yellow and Mrs. Roy Redmond
green.
Little Sue Cotton was the flow-


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Catalina Holiday Cabins, near
San Jose.
The bride's going away costume
was a cocoa brown chambray
trimmed with harmonizing strip-
ed chambray and with a short
jacket of the striped material,
belted with a wide brown patent
leather belt. Her accessories were
brown.
Unon their return from Costa


er girl. Her dress was floor- R'ca, the Swearingens plan a via-
length but matched the brides- it to Santa Clara and will be at
maids in style. It was made of home at House 1719-B Old Cri-
white organdy embroidered in tobal after November 11.
an all-over design in the pastel Miss Farrell graduated from
shades and worn over white taf- Balboa High School In the class
feta. She carried a white basket of 1949, and is employed by the
of the mixed flower petals and Army Transportation Corps at
wore a cluster of the flowers in Dock 45. Mr. Swearingen grad-
her hair. uated from Cristobal-High Sbhodl
. Mr. Ernest Cotton was best in the Class of '47 and has comr
man for Mr. Swearingen. The pleted his electrical apprentice-
groomsmen were: Messrs. Dorn ship and is employed by the Elec-
rhomas, Roy Redmond, Jack Pes- trical Division.
cod and Trevor Simon.
A reception for three hundred Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Honored
guests was held at the Hotel by Square Dance Club
Washington, following the cere- Following an evening of danc-
mony. Palms and tropical foliage ing by the Doci-Do Square Dance
were used to mark the receiving Club of Margarita, Thursday
line and music was furnished by evening, the members took the
a three-piece string orchestra, opportunity to honor Mr. and
The mothers of the bridal cou- Mrs. Donald Johnson, whose re-
ple assisted in receiving the cert wedding was of interest to
guest. Mrs. Farrell wore an af-!a wide circle of friends ob the
ternoon dress of grey lace and Isthmus.
matching chiffon. The lace dot- Mr. Johnson has been a popu-
ted with rhinestones, formed the lar member of the Dance Club
bodice and extended to form a and his friends presented the
slight graduated peplum, from young couple a table lamp.
which cascaded a shirred panel Refreshmetns were served by
of chiffon on the left side. Her Mrs. Ross Cunningham. Mrs. J.
hat was of pink feathers and she A. Taber and Mrs. Herbert En-
wore matching gloves and shoes. gelke, who were in charge of the
Her flowers were a corsage of arrangements.
pink carnations.
Mrs. Swearingen wore. an aqua- Luncheon at Home
rose silk organza, afternoon of Mrs. Anderson
dress. The dress was fashioned The members of the Progress-
w'th a short jacket and had a ive Circle of the Cristobal Union
sweetheart neckline. Her hat was Church held their luncheon
an aqua velvet trimmed with ir- meeting at the home of Mrs.
ridescent beads, she wore match- Howad Anderson of the DcL"s-
ing shoes and flesh colored seps Area, with Mrs. B.R. Good-
gloves. Her flowers were rose- head as co-hostess.
gold gladioli which were worn at Devoions were given by Rev.
the neckline. Philip Havener.
The grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Benjamin Brundage, Sr,
Mrs. Marie Farrell was also pre- Mrs. Benjamin Brundage, Jr.,
sent. Her dress was of light blue Mrs. Springer, Mrs. Raymond
lace and crepe. She wore a Dixon, and Mrs.. Harold Fahru-
matching hat and a corsage of
yellow carnations. (Continued on Page SIX1
The bride and groom cut the
first slice of the large four-tiered
cake, which was topped with a f sL
miniature bride and groom. The
cake occupied a table by itself bras d
and was encircled with greenery
and white flowers. Mrs. George
Egolf served the cake.
A centerpiece of regal lilies and
pink carnations centered the i
buffet table.
Mrs. Max Welch was in charge
of the bride's book.
Later in the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Swearingen left for the Pa-
cific Side and enplaned this
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RadioPrograms Local-Rate Employes To Ge
You Sell 'em...When You T ell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds! our CommniS New Lami at edPhfo B.adges
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama -
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n New rectangular-shapedplas- bad ge o e necear
o Arl C otic laminated ~'loto iuenunca- for tj emuloe who naw
Sre 100.000 Poo ci6n badges, wch local, ra;e h v te shield ; e
eis e Saln d B American Caton Drug Store Canal empioyep must have to already isued to ejles of
Lewis Service Salon de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store P casn payetecas at annal facili- the LDIviaten.T als
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street 10,059 Melindez Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n Presentss ties ana Canal Zone oanks, will Divon. Division of Store
be issued to all local-rate em. houses, Industrial Bureau, Nayl-
Sployea who do not now have gation lDvision, Panama
Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words. Saturday, Oct. 1 shiel1-shaped photo badges of Press and the Co=s
Morrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" street corner Estudiante St. P.M. the same type. alon at Mount Hope. i .
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 3C. each additional word. 3:00-American Band Concert he new adges ill be dis- shaped badges also hae
3:15-The Little Show triuted to local rate employes been' Issued to some other B-
3:30- McLean's Proram through their employing units ploys to permit them to Ater
,,, , .... ,, 3:30-McLean's Program and arrangements xoi necessary certain areas.
3:45-Musical Interlude pictures, ec.~ will be baie fore.
4:00-Musie for Saturday individual employes by their The new badle are- bei Id-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RESORTS COMMERCIAL & 4:30-What's Your Favorite superiors. su by the so ide
e adkpoht b *s St l....n6:00-On stage America Photographlng for the new caObsh payehcs and wtlot
Household you hve a dlikig prbl em? Au hia Casino Santo Clara. Done. music by PROFESSIONAL (WRUL) badges was started about twoentitle em to
Wrte Alelee Anymou. ALE:Used tires, psenger ce reservations n 6:30-The Railroad Hour wee ago nd all employes a hi they would otherwise be
FOreALE: FrgdaAre. txcefeC t 2o- .n.n C. & commercial gt Agencias Cosmos, 'Su(WRUL) fected have been urged to have rmiltted to enter.
ortin. See t gdare Excellent co DR. WENDEHAKE- Medicl Clinic. on Automobile Row No. 29, tl- Gramlich Santo Clara beach 7:00-Paris Star Time the necessary pictures taken so
dteiephore Nv 34A o I Estudiante street No. 140. Between phone Panama 2-4721. cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas, RATS are 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS that the badges can be prepar-
teephon NK 314 J Street. Phone 2- stoves, moderate rates. Telephone EXPENSIVE GUESTS REVIEW ed as soon as possible. There 'is inatl c~ai tor
FOR SALE-9 cubic fl. rerrgeatfr 49 ~ ana. FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac, 4 door. 6-441 Gombos. 4-567 Pedro Mi- IF YOU R LLY WANT 7:45-Jam Session (VO) All of the necea b es wle ad fo
a d "porcelain 25 cycle .so' C l -.. Will trade. Leaving. Overall, 5330 guel. 8:00-Masterworks from France All of the nee s bage wil be me o r bew ich-
or rave vaAREA" "the Route of A, Davis Street, Diablo. TO GET RID OF THEMwi be issued n time for us met of bae which are lst
$80.00. Veneian bN PCE FREE MEALS AND FO SALE-Red Pontiac convert Cl. Box 435, Blboa. Phone USE 8:30-merican Folk Music checks received by local rate cause of mutilation
four smol >O OCMa. HosC OCKTAILS One-way tc MIAMI, purchased Dec. 1949. Hydromatic Ponama 3. 1877. Cristobat 3-1673. 8:45---United Prest Commentary employes under the new system resulting from normal weL and
752 Bolboa Road. .00 NEW YORK, $101 .. /W 23,000 mileS. Excellent con- M A R F R IN 9:00-HOG Hit Parade of issuing checks instead of pay ear will be replaced wiut
FOR SALE-25 CycleG E. Refri- GAYAOQUL, 7500.. .QUITO edition. Phone 86-5235. PERSONALS 9:30-VOA Hit Parade receipts to these employes. charge providir the damaged
ALE:-tPrER 50.0 K. GNft Clubs U Y UL Rud .ri MIAMI $120 Fo 6 ALS Rat & Mouse Killer 10:00-Dance Music The first paychecks under badge is return .
baog. 20. Navy 3402 00 .. NEW YORK $208.60 .. Low rileage, white sidewall tires. Will Alemena Atkinson please call (contains WAR-FARIN) .0:30--8ymphony Hall U.S.A. the new system will be received The badges must be Naen-
-. GUAYAQUIL $135.00.. .QUI- Leat ew iMrs. L. S. Presley at 25-3521 (VOA) during the week beginning Nov. dered upon tervminatio of t
FOR SALE:- Beautiful 9 Cu. ft. Ke G10, $15'4.80. BOEING seat covers, duty pid Pnama s. GEO F. NOVEY, INC. ll:00-The Owl's Nest 9 by about half of the Canal's ployment and. a chitt of $1
victor refrigeriotr, $12. ,00or paInes For more details see PAN- 3-074. FOR RENT 1:00 a.m.-Sign Off local-rate employes; the re- wil be made for those wh1ci
iclly a g.ve-owuy. Call Panon s DSPATCH SERVICE, oppo- FOR SALE:-Ford V-8 1950, lea v-7 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140 mainder will receive their first are not returned
3-08morningite Ancon Bussop. Telephone 2- ing country. Call Panama 3-4485. A. ,-e-s _1 _---- paychecks on paydays during
FOR $ALE: Complete metal bed 0 165 FOR SALE-1940 Buick. Nice can-_the week beginning Nov. 23.
various pcs. mahogany furniture & PCIAL C- 1 ALHRI f.MODERN FURNITURE Sunday, Oct. 19 The new rectangular-shaped- Year- Pf
.r.Cimental plant. Cheop and ,er"1 SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! dition. Good transportation. Rea- L ATCN MODERN FURNITURE A.M. 20
o codtiat ROM PANAMA TO MEXICO double. Leaving Isthmus. Phone Tro and five room furnished 9nd V FRIT
good condition. Wilc Apartm FROM PANAMA TOMICO us. unfurnished apartments; private en vI OUR SRoy-Rool 8:00-Sign On Musical Inter- .
71O St. House 9072, Apt. ., Lo oe way $85. found trip $135 1 5 Navy 3146. closed gardens. 806. 10th Street,. pco.,ve lude Freedom Crusade Ige
Ion.. day-limit). $160, 'ood one year); FOR SALE:-1942 Chevrolet coupe. New Cristobol. Telephone Colon Reupbolstery 8:15-Radio Varieties USA
---o-- - -_ --- toLOS ANGELES, one way, $149. Good running condition. Not duty 1986. 8:30-Hymns Of all Churches Ball Scheduled Hon r
FOR SALE -Almost ,ew 8 2 15. round trip $252.35, 90 day- paid. 1701-B, Old Cristobal, phone HERES 9:00-BIBLE AUDITORIUM OF
ft. Westinghouse refrigerator, ~ limit) Panama Dispatch Service, 3-24008. FOR RENT: New modern aport- 77 Auto Row THE A IR F Ab 11soldier om P.
cycles, $290.00. dd228re6 : 81 oppose Ancon bus. stop. Tel. Pan- ment, suitable for clinic, office oor November 11 -yer-ol
Empare St. Tel. 2-2865amEkdbo a 2-1655;FORSALE e-19n1bu. stdoorTelrcur residence, $120.00. No. 22, 34th Tel. 3-428 9:15-Oood Neighbors Gulok was the -Pama Ar8
OR SALE 95 4 door Mercury eet.Panam. 9:30-London studio Meodies The Crusade for Freedom ball Damage control schos honor
FOR SALE: OR TRADE: Bendix Bids will be received in the office Sedn with ovedrive. 1940 4 door (BBC) will take place at Hotel El P r ateeterdy m
Economat washing machine, 60- Sdi2siFORbRENT-ved(i0ChewfilleSeoan tnake ea t Hotel Elpa-r
Economat washinghouse refriger- of the Supply and Service Director, Mercury Sedan, 2 bed spring coil FOR RENT:- Beautifully furniied rts10:00-In the Tempo of Jazz nama Nov. 11is Pfc. Kenneth W. Keys, Jr.,
cycle. One Weztinghouse refaa ger- Balboa Heights, or General Man- single, battery charger. 1-2 H.P. apartment, 2 rooms, kitchen, bath- . 10;30-MEETITHE BAND The ball will be n honor of serving as mechanic ith th
ator. 70 lb. freezing cpacit ger, 60- Commissary Division, Mouni 25 cycle motor. Phone 6-219. room, hot and cold water, tale- Shipping, moving storage. 11:00-NATIONAL LOTTERY President and Mrs. Jose A. Re- Ordnance Detachment of the
cycle. Or will trade 60cyce un Hope, Canal Zone, until 3:00 p 0260-C, Gamboa. phone, suitable, for childless 11:15--The Sacred Heart Pro- m6n. Also present will be Gov. 31Oth Engineer AaiphlblOus S-
tor 25-cycle, Both 2 year old. 1437 Wednesday, November 19, FORSALE-1948 Kaiser 4 Door couple or bachelor, beginning Nov- We pack and crate or move gram John S. Seybold, honorary port Regiment.
.en,Baboa. 1952, when they will be opened edn. House 0764-H. William- or ember st, in No. 44, 46th Street, anything. 'Phone 2-2451, 11:30-Music for Sunday chairman of the Crusade n the Keys tro Mas, Pea., Was
-D Owen, Balboa. 1952, when they will be opened Sedan. House 0764-H. William- Apartment 1, Bella Vista, opposite 2-2ulo, Md.u .r -
ATTENTION! New units, cost plenty in public, for furnishing 870,000 son Place Balboa, 4 to 6 p. m.tment Bell Vist, opposite 12:00-American Round table Canal Zoe, and Mrs. Sold. top graduate a cs of 3 tu-
buy a guaranteed refrigerator and pounds or, alternatively, 435,000 Urraca Park. 2-2562. PanamaL (VOA) Representing the nat16nl dents, Hi final mark $aa 9.1
be safe, Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. pounds of Fine Granulated Sugar. FOR SALE: Motorola car radio, hOR RE.T -, P.M. headquarters of the Crusade t of a posSlbla100) dtermned
25 Cycle refrigerator. ? Yr. wrntlen Forms of proposal, with full parti- complete, for 1951 or 1952 Ply- FOR RENT 12:00-Luncheon Music for Freedom Charles E. Wilson, by three examinations given at
guarantee $150. 1405-A Carr St. culars, may be obtained in the mouth. Apply house 2487-A, Bol- P n0A0I 12:30-Salt Lake Tabernacle former Defense Mobilizer and the end to the course.
Balboo 2-4465. i office of the Supply and Service boo, C. Z, Room@ I HIROPRAL TORI Choir present campaign director of In the absence of Col. IR.
OR SALESmllmahogany dng- rer, Balboa Heights, or of th OR SALE 1949 Chevrolet 1 FOR RENT:-Furnished room with or .OLLAC 1:00-The Jo afford 8how the Crusade for Freedom, s ex-,
rooR setAL sideboard,table, msa din ine MarH, C ma r Z o S1949Chevrolet1 without meals, to respectable (Palme G rdlatee) Tickets for the ball will belCA nn
S s, o arapn Division, Mount Hope, Canal Zone ton Panel. Inquire North Amer- gentleman or lady. N6 150 Es- O C o : 1:15-CIO Program T s for te C
No. 44, 51 Street. PANAMA &* COLON AQUARISTS: icon Tobacco Products, Inc. No. tudionfe Street letter "i", to the 8,aturday 1 :30-Rev.RA Alber SYMPHONY The $1 admission charges I ec. of the T.raining Divisiont, p3-
-New assortment tropical fishes. 21 Juan B. Sosa Street. rear. 5S ertAvee T 3 200-OPERA AND SYMPHONY a donation to aid in the ed and introduced the i 1t
FOR SALE:-G. E. efrigerator $0 30 types. Panama! Acuario Tropi- "1 blt tra k Lu Thausrl t,- HOUR ft ht againstCommunamspe r Cpt, lon-t
00, old type box excellent wrk- cal, I 1 Via Espoha, opposite Juan FOR SALE: 1948 DeSoto, 4-door = 4:30-What's Your Favorite distribution of tickets In the Pub.lI L' t t e
ing condition. Phone Balboa 2- Franco Stables. Phone 3-4132, Co- Custom Sedan with automatic ond 60-Guet Star C al oe wl be nd
4365. _____ on. 8066 A, 91,. Street, phone transmission and radio. House 0763 6:15-Light for Living (WRUL) direction of Mrs. Seybold. sent men their diplo
FOR SALE:-Rattan Holster chair & 1251-B1 J. Williamson Place, Balbob, WANTED; --- Salesmon or saleslady ju u 68:30-Greatest Story Ever Told Z u a --- b
Ottoman, $75; 2-piece child's Phone Balboa 2-2630. wanted for larpe concern. Excel 7 :00-Musital Noteboqk (VOA) _
Ohest and wardrobe, mahogany FOR ALFOR SALE:--1942 Buick, 4-door se- lent working condition, good so-, u the ports l I
70; Hollywood broiler, m8; gal- dan. New tires. Very good condi- lary. Write Casa Fastiich.B 323,1 ; 8 :00BC Playhouse WOrld Tour
.Von icecream freezer $4; utility Hiseellaneoua s tion. $345.00. Phone 2-4231. R. of P. stating qge and xpe- 1 5- ho" Time (VOA)
tble on wheels, $8; juice-o-maot rienc. } :I--BBC Concert HaLU
3; combination sandwich grill & FOR SALE:-Frigidoire refrigerator, r 00-Dnce Mu__e RO__ONTAL __ TICAL_
waffle iron, $7; slicing machine, gas stove, studio couch, stomp al- FOR SALE:-Pontiac Hardtop Con- 10 V :30-TDane Musio leO(BBC) ERfi 1AL
$&," Cuckoo Clock, $5; set child's bum. Child's movie projector, No. vertible 1951. DUTY PAID. Hy- 1100- n Off 1 Rollin down Ittly's eptll
dishes $5 navy blue cashmere 62 Mariano Arosemena Street, up- dramatic. Rodio. New WSW tires. a ty. -Sgn O to- 2Persia
mron's overcoat, size 42, $50; stairs, Panama. Con be finahced. Phone 421 or (Continued from Page TlREE) Explanation of Symbols: 4 Stratford on 3 Englih
brown Harris tweed man's over- FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- 2768, Balboa. bel were vialtors for the meeting. VOA-Voice of America the --- village -
at, size 42, $40 lady red actor 60cycles Underwood type- The other members present BALL ROOM' A E INST. BBC-British B r o a d c a s t ing 8 Norway's 4 One more
enter coat, ersin trim, size 16, writer, mahogany diningroomd setFOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super S- were: Mrs. John Crone, Mrs. F.. Corp. capital 5 Moral fault
winter coat, persian trim, size m6, writer, mahogany diningroom set II.-.e6Eggc m[E
$35; misc. glasses, wooden ob- RCA Victor radio, girl's bicycle, dan, 25,000 miles, Dynoflow, Ra- L. Wiavage, Mrs. 'Philip Hay- RDF.-Radiodlffuslin Francalse 12 Table scrap SFEgg ca
ts, etc. Apt. No. 1, Riviera baby crib, stroller. Phone 916, Co- dio, seat covers, new retread tires, ener, Mrs. Thomas Custer. Mrs. FO EQRNTS Donate y'
apartments, 46th St. and Justo bo. $1,750.00. $600 down. Kenealy, Randolph Wikingstad, Mrs. An.- 3 T 14 Ran away Ie nickname .
mrst Panama, 3-0732. -' 0779-J. Williamson Place, Balboa.rtod Holgerson, Mrs. August awaymTdern251
P em r S aFOR S LE: -E 25cycle motor, 1-4 Telephone 2-03. Campbell, Ms. w. w. Patton NATIV LUMBER 20 New Permnnanent l T" l
'dio, mirrors and miscellaneous Lionel "0" gauge electric tra FOR SALE:-Packard Sen on, 42 and Mrs. Jean Steven. CALL
household d effects. House 0763-J, extra track, automatic switches $300.00. Ford Custom 951. $1,- fOY WATSON aA, lAi 18 n aT Sd
Williamson Place, Balboa. Phone and signals. House 718-D, El 750.00. Telephone 3-3424. lK 'te`hone* .A3 B 1t JOIW KtIM 20Clans l Adva ta 4tO sir5m
2alboa 22630. Prado," Balboa. Tel. 2-3241. The regular monthly meeting' ATelae Naeo a 43 a e -s -FO SALE:-Westinghouse Refriger- FOR SALE: Pedigreed Dachshund WANTED of the C.P.O Wives Club was 2 T2LoWve god 1fBilliard stroke 2A4 1
-btor 7' with new unit, 60 cycle, pups, male and female, 9 weeks IN Eheld at their club aboard the Na- .| .w WA Pi2Aul uqPiMOfIm
good condition. $200.00. beds, Phone3-81Miscellaneu J. L. Holston, Mrsidem.erS Twnty-permanent-emo'sn si
rib, dining table, 4 chairs, sideFORSALE Or will accept 25 Cycle iMr hjoy mbers wre added to the U.S. rate rolls wound
.ord, misc. household goods', Chile Refrigerator, or washing machine WANTED:-Americon couple desires ,rsres ntandtwo tomeyr inj ier of. the Canal organization during 37 ft male aint
-Avenue, No. 25, aportirent 2. as part or full payment. 1950 De vacation quarters. December I st. s and twavsTo r M rs. .i the first two weeks of thl b.)
Solo Sportsman, all extros. 9 pc. Call Pedro Miguel 4-300 ". C. Beverly and Mrs. H. Tur- Members and friends of te month, according to' a list an- o t
SAL: 7 c. ft. 25 cycle. mahogany diningroom. Simmons i*ner were introduced. Eplacobal .Chutfch of Our 'Sa- nounced today by the Personnel 3The ohd '
fhikco Refrigerator, with freezing youth set, bed and wardrobe. Ma- WANTED:-Married couple desires, A check wal presented Mrs. J. viour, New Crtlatbal, with their Bureau. S4UBpald debt
comportment $100.00. Very go0J hogany bar, 3 stools. Fishing one or two bedroom apartment in;F.Crider, neighborhood chair- families ei yed a covered-dish Of those who have been em- 345 rV debt
condition Call 4-510, Sunday. tackle, electric trains, 25 and 60 residential district. Phone 3-0475 man of the Girl Scouts and dinner on t Tor y evening. playedd this month, five are new ngt layer
FOR SALE-Dinette with four -hairs. Cycle, Zenith Console, 3 Speed or 3-0170, Mr. Amado. Brownies, for her organization. The Rt, *v.-Heber Gooden, employes from the States and 37 In
give-away. At $2..00. Call Ana. Record player, many record,. 229- Americans desperately need furnish-.. The Rt. Rev. R. H. Gooden, Bishop of the Panama Canal four others were reemployed In 39Warod o
Telephone 3-3268 or 2- 43S. A. Albrook Air Force Base. ed, two or more bedroom apart- Episcopal Bishop of Panama gave Zone and J. Palmer Smith of th3 United States. Greece
SALE:- pe w t FOR SALE: Hofman piac new merit or house. Preferably better a talk on the Bella Vista Chil- the Cathedral of St. Luke gave employed 40Un ._ force
use 129 Ridge rood, lbo half grna. Perfect condition. Aro- section. Please call room 206, dren's home and Illustrated hise l a n to the organic t sa unesoso h
......... eniena family. No. 0 Peru Ave., Hotel Roosevelt. lecture with colored slides of the general convention of the locally are new to the organile- 41 Supply with
FC SALE:-Crosley Shel odor re- last flcor 0e l- home and children. Rev. Milton church receiWt held in Boston, tion. o wr epo
-igerator, 60 cycle, h Cu.f -- _s Cook ilon, oftheEpiscoplhurch Maws. Col o were shown The Fn rom I
clerenr, St Per ers List f D y Our viour- acom- anied Bis- bvy e e. art Person States, their positions and places 45 eng with
,teezingcopo rtmen; o, oe op Gooden. d" vcovering 7 G h 'a w in ob birth are: f- ie
re, cheap. Hou:e 112, I 4th St. Sunday Se e'en Partyofor the children, after & Hlow ne -uenda B Pennsylvania and W r "
a. Tel 3 8 _COS COlOn which refreshments were servedV op ... eno ,wl, confirm Maynard, of Canastota, New
,_ Tel. """ In Colon Tomorrow Bi-sho-p ..... Mra '=' .-,u ,!- : !
In keeping with the obber- the hostess, rs. .. a clasa of, coadidates presented York, physical education teacl- 'smnlne
grentin. Observes 1. .odoln atn""* 0'" l d M Hyrann bAy Ra C. A, rookson, t mor- Nrs; Evan EV. E s .,i
Sunna'5 10 1 '^" ryu wide Corporate Com huneon celebration will .e observerE on van G.Ea-n. a ,
ylty r y. Sunday o oS Pe ope th aheen hundreds of NdkfJlnw s n Church ewi m e their Washington, dental ofleer ;a B I
1 Honor Of Evito anoc wn o ake 7 oroat iand the'rrla e a gt s N. Owen Aa iaqy Nit corporate eao nsh Morrell M Worfol Dkg eri mW- -rT ." ,'
W Hno r O f E omniunion at 7 a. in tomorrow will congregate in Uolon to par- The Nathaniel J. Owen, Unit chigan, marine machinist in th~ ^ I

Pern declined to run for vice be conducted by one ofticipate in the lay e day's observance will be.- as a new member. I as decided Mr. Ridgway, Mrs. iela r nd Mrs. I nPdustrial Bureau.
president in the Nov. 1 elec- readers, and Vespers 7:30 p. m. Special guest s a church service at that a canned ham would be the wood. Dormer emplJack I. Smith. D Sytao OI -
tipn, and the dat e became an at which Revlebr McDuffie will be Chrassis t Church at 2 p. m.Chief of Pol or prize Ginn officiting. Mr Herma B, Toe rel wih t hi m dlonth, their poV ad '
Important holiday. Mrs. Peon the preachers l e.n aby a progr amo s Jr., Tfeand During tiesll b me eating Mrs. odi s and Brow ni, troo p laces on the Bright, antoy re: n Yan,
died July 26. Other church school will meet dancing at th e e Blub Tropical. Item to raise nds for charity Post.Plan were mad r a Hal- Electrical Ivision; nd R cobrt
The Wife of Presrnm dent Jua- sponsi a eord pa y at 10 a v. o. towing the meeting the lowe'en party to be given In con- Johnson, Philadelphia, Pe -
General Lab or Confederatice be on ducted b one of the lay The day's observance wll gs aoup hung curtains in the hall junction with the N.C.O. Wives ylvanias, Indulock Operator (maci
pdresid an twodahe Nov. 11 le reader', ani Vespers 7:3 and refreshments were served by Club on October 31. cth latun Lbck .h d. D rJc kI."mth
atoppare in honor of te oc MEMPHIS. Ternn UP.-Clat _________ Mrs. Louis Lee and Mrs. Lloyd P emnt
casion. t ence Miller butl a small coop Grepg. Important Girl hecut Permanent employee who WC*
__________ for his daughter' Iitle chicken I ITS A .. B\ Rlnoro nrlzes were won by Mrs Leader. MeSing hired locaUy this month aUre: 3- ... ...


v.at In the coop.the, thicken( n A Donald Dewey and Mrs. Russell 'of New Cristhol5al in the base- Frank Borsellino, Jay L. -P
op. Mann. ment of the CrIatobal Union ton. Peter J. Barr 10and CS -
Ch--rcl,- Tuesday. October 21 at pher Rau. Jr.: Lock *guardS t e Chr s .
sof--" pimp]B~r ^*Fort Sherman Ladles Club 7;00 p.m. trolmen I; Charles X. Mx.
Wei~r et Btn in.S es p lA. Meeting l i All parents, fathers u well a guard. Industrial BurM&
SiAthlemi te shestdiAig u ) lies OU! The Fort Bherman Officers mothers, of registered scouts, will O Trinka. probi l % iafl -
T rblm.ioh danst heura rou, Int Don't surrer from l ..h.ult i Wves Club-held their regular be most welcome to attend this tst Comm illN
Se y ou another a. without Pile. arothr hour athout tryinII eetln at 1:30 p.m. at the Of- meting. At this time a new F.'Britoli, prOt '.*
'athe Nix dperm. T aim treL medicine Chinaeld. Upon applcat'on ChinsCrNdc
eta the re aln&d paraofs whintoles ttaa eurbing Pile mlmer,es I ways: I t lers Club with Mrs. WilliamNeighborhood Ch airman for the man l a.I
1 r there. u orq kin troubleda t ake.. poan and itchinr .Z.Helpa shrink Butcher In charge of the meeting. community will be selected as cl anic. ElectriJ.l
e Nixer clear smooth nyld a- n' iteeran i. Hn. C EaZ She Introduced three new mem- Mrs. Curtis L. Cote is moving Bertha M.Mcat d, cWt _r-
a N rm em c d N er.anes. A your Dragla bers: Mrs. Christopher Menisa, to Gas. 9it, HealthB:rU. .. .
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IB ERSKINE JOHNSON show, benefits and 10 half-hour Blue" in January, but in the
STV programs and wailing: "Iv- meantime he's sticking to Amer-
HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-Behind eryone hi show business is work- lean shores for his first Holly-
ti screen: The "depthles" are Ing too hard." wood movies since "The Lady
'co ing and they may be the ut you won't catch Jack be- Said No." .
detb charge that will unseatWt 1ing carted off to a hospital in a Life with Mrs. Niven?
from that living room television frenzy over thevideo furnace "In spite of all the talk ab ut
t% aVlSendy you crowItng back which is burning up stars and this zigzagging, we're still hang-
mto den moviertheate material. Ing together. She has a wonder-
The"takies" ddit p ears .ful influence on me. I used to be
h talks" d it years "I thinkit's wrong to make a the king worrier of alltime."
ago *'nd, now the long time big thIng out of TV shows," he 1 1
dream qf three-dimensional mo- coaf ded. "I'm Ioing to have nice Linda Darnell's pet name for
detion.lwes- let call tru em easy.shbows this season. If pea- Guiseppe Amato, her Italian
e aa e pie like you they'll like the show. producer boy friend, Is "Peppi-
New York has already cheered There'i no point to big, elabo- no". Hummm sounds like an
Cinerama, ar three dimensional rate productions." Italian breakfast cereal.
f i Imn process involving three- Telefilm for Jack?
headed cameras, three projectors "I'd like film but not until it's *
and a screen six times the. nor- to my advantage. But I know one A slimmed down, diet con-
mal isze of the usual theater thing. I'll have to film them like sclous Mario Lanza left New
screen. Groucho Marx. I can't stand up York press agent Billy Doll bug-
In Hollywood, wearing blue and do a monolog without an eyed. Doll remembered him in
Polaroid glasses, I previewed audience." the chorus of the wartime
Arch b o I e r 's just-like-life, "Winged Victory" as "a guy who
three-iimensional photography The Mitzl Gaynor-Dick Coyle always ate a two- pound ham
in s frb "wana Devil." engagement may be broken, as steak and a dozen eggs for
I'mts 1 bug-eyed. co-announced, but when you call breakfast."
Inst ad of; flat shadows. CO-Mitzial's home, it's Dick's mama
stars Robert Stack and Barbara who calls Mitzi to the phonb...
Britt'-re living, breathing, The Richard ("Robin Hood")Mary's Little Lomb
com lg-Wt-ydu, solid-fleSh fig- Todds have named their, baby M ry S Little La
urea boy Peter Grant Palethrope Todd Shol d Go To School
No oubt about it, "depthles ...The mystery of Jeanne Crain's Should Go To S ool
could le the greatest boon to the long absence from the Fox lot
e le d5try since tlkies deepens. Only one story. "The CHICAGO (UP)-Mary's lit-
There's f Form Divine." is slated for her tle lamb and Johnny's little ter-
tin behind Robert Clark's ab- and it's months and months a- rter ought to be welcome visl-
sence from the screen since he way from the production stage. tors to schoolrooms.
made "SWord of Venus." still un- JUST FOR THE BOYS Mrs. George Ivins, third grade
released, a year ago. Bob's nmo- THE teacher at suburban Downers
their is suffering from cancer. Jane Russell will dance all Grove, told a recent teacher-
Six weeks ago. one of her leis over the place in "Gentlemen training workshop that pets-
was amputated. Bob has hardly Prefer Blondes." Jack Cole has and even baby brothers and ba-
left her bedside, already blueprinted one number by sisters are better than
in which Jane orances in front primers for teaching children.
When "Decameron Nights" of a line of burly athletes.
hits,the screens, you'll see Joan The dog who has been a
Fontaine's adopted daughter, Joan Evan s. who m a'T r I e d child's companion in pre-school
Martita, and the three sprigs of Kirkby Weatherby on her 18th days Is basic to the youngster's
Binnie Barnes and Mike Franko- birthday against the advice of language development, Mrs. Iv-
vitch in .the cast.. .Steve Coch- her parents, has reconciled with ins said. The child will want to
ran's all smiles. A thousand-ldol- mama, Screenwriter Katherine talk and try to write about his
lar raise per month from War- Albert. But Katherine'q saying: pet. So his mates can appreciate
ners on his new contract. "Im pretending she's 20." his talks, the class should be
able to meet the pet.
MUCH ADO ABOUT TV Janet Blair's marriage to Nick the pet.
"If I had no contracts I'd be Mayo-her "Soufth Paciffc" stare Furthermore, Mrs. Ivlns told
out playing theaters and doing manager confirmed this col- the teachers, meeting a pupil's
televisionl only when I wanted umn's tip of lap# AP-ust. pet and listening and encour-
That's Jack Benny groaning *1 aging talk of the pet will lead
to." David Niven will star in the the teacher to better under-
under the load of a weekly radio movie version of "The Moon Is standing of the child.

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ME?-tIM FAMOUS?--Paul," pet mongoose who belongs to
Anthony Shetidan, 13. of Elstree, England, can't quite believe he's
famous, 'and Anthony is a little in awe of his pet from Calcutta,
India. Paul is the father of the first mongoose to be born in cap-
tivity in England, and survive. "Titch," Paul's mate, refused to
come out and be photographed. Previous efforts to breli the little
snake-killing animals in captivity have failed.


n oh most old the second trick with the seven of hearts and then the
One of the most familiar playsqueen ol diamonds, he continued three of hearts. This warns de-
in bridge is the "give-up" play witi the nine of diamonds, forc- clarer that the ace of hearts Is
Its technique is very simple. You mg ut dummy's ace. held by West.
simply allow the opponents to de- Now declare had to find a way South can also feel sure that
feat you. to make nine tricks. He decided West began a five-card diamond
Naturally 1 don't recommend that even if the spades broke 3- suit. If East held four diamonds,
this play, but it would be 3, he would still need the club headed by the king-ten, he would
foolish to ignore the fact that finesse or a heart trick. He de- have returned his fourth-best
practically all players make use cided to establish a heart trick at diamond at the second trick in-
of this play more often than they once in the hope that East had' stead of the ten of diamonds.
should. In today's hand Soutil the ace of hearts, or that each
timidly made the give-up play opponent had four diamonds. By this time, therefore, South
Instead of fighting for his con- West naturally pounced on the knows that West t,.gan with five
tract. king of hearts with his ace and diamonds, three or more hearts,
West opened the five of dia- set declarer immediately by run- and three spades. West therefore
mounds, and declarer tried to fin- ning the rest of the diamonds. cannot have more than two clubs
esse dummy's Jack. East won South had made the give-up and may not even have that ma-
with the king of diamonds and play, and deserved exactly what ny. South should therefore con-
returned the ten. West carefully he got. tinue by cashing the ace of clubs
played the queen of diamonds on The correct play is to run the anu leading the jack through
the second trick to make sure of spades after taking the ace of East for a finesse. This line of
being able to continue the suit. diamonds. West is practically play would, of course, fulfill the
When West was allowed to compelled to signal with first the contract.


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Tigers, Athletic Club


Tangle At Mt. Hope


Tonight
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-Jimmy May Leads Balboa High


To 20-0 Win Over Green Wave


Blaik Years Ahead Of Schedule;


Pitt Is Back As Main-Eventer
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor


NEW YORK, Oct. 18. When
38 stars were thrown for a loss
by the honor code, Earl H. Blaik
sald it would take United States
Military Academy football 10
years to recover.
What Red Blaik meant was to
regain the dizzy heights the old
Army game attained during
World War II.
Regardless of how Coach Blaik
felt about an American tragedy,
he is several years ahead of
schedule in striking back.
The Military Academy most
certainlyy does not have to apo-
.ogize for its present varsity.
Everybody agreed that West
Point started with two strikes on
it this Fall. Then a muscle calci-
fication in his knee sidelined
Freddie Meyers, the cadets' fin-
est all-round athlete and best
back, perhaps for the campaign.
Out with an injury went Bob
Guldera, the squad's most for-
midable lineman. John Krobock,
regular right end, broke his
hand in the Southern California
game. Dick Boyel, first-string
quarterback, was hurt.
But the Soldiers swarmed all
over South Carolina, were very
much in the Southern California
game in 100-degree heat until
very late in the going and scored
five touchdowns and safety a-
gainst Dartmouth in the first
25 minutes.
What's Blaik feeding those
kids? This is the same squad
that lost seven games last year,
climaxed by the 42-7 pasting
dealt it by Navy.
IT TOOK BLAIK A YEAR TO
RECOVER FROM SHOCK
Everything is relative of course,
Outside of Southern California,
the opposition wasn't too much.
Army should repulse Columbia
qr1 VMI. but if the cadets win
one of their remaining other
i ,-girom Pittsburgh, Georgia
Tech, Pennsylvania or Navy, un-
der the circumstances they will
have had a tremendous season.
Not the least reason for Ar-
my's upsurge is that Blaik is
coaching well again.
A lot of fine people were shock-
ed by the so-called cribbing
scandal, the head coach most of
all. He required a year to recov-
er.
Many a star has been born of
misfortune. Pete Vann, just
turned 19, started the Dart-
mouth game at quarterback only
because Boyle and Rox Shain
suffered from stiff necks.
Young Vann looked like Sam-


Pete.
Pete Vama


SAl fatleka


my Baugh, and Blaik had a pas-
sing game to go with his run-
ning. If this squad, captained by
AI Paulekas, keeps coming, Navy
may not have such a soft assign-
ment in Philadelphia's Memorial
Stadium, Nov. 29.
But for the expulsion of the
38, these boys would be third
and fourth-stringers.
Imagine how hard Army would
be hitting had It not been for
the lamentable housecleaning-
like a polished Rocky Marciano.
PITTSBURGH HAS BEST
FRESHMAN SQUAD
IN YEARS
Pittsburgh football went into
a decline when the late and
great Dr. Jock Sutherland was
fired-yes fired-in 1938.
The Panthers have since been
a sparring partner for Big Ten
teams and Notre Dame.
The material fell off under
Charley Bowser, Clark Shaugh-
nessy, Wes Fesler, Mike Milligan
and Len Casanova. So badly did
Casanova want to get back to
the Pacific coast, and so sud-
denly did he decided to make
the move, that Athletic Director
Tom Hamilton had to take over
last Fall.
Hamilton for this season wise-
ly installed Red Dawson as head
man, and gave him assistants
to match.
Dawson's young men obtained
the jump on Notre Dame and
hung on to beat the Irish for the
first time since 1937.
Pitt has its best freshman team
In years, and a few more victo-
ries like the one over Notre
Dame will keep the lads coming
from the incomparable Pennsyl-
vania spawning grounds.
Pittsburgh is back as main-
eventer, and intends to stay
there.


With halfback Jimmy May ac-
counting for 18 of the Bulldogs'
20 points, Balboa High School
went on to defeat the Junior Col-
lege eleven 20 to 0. May scored
once in the first quarter on a
sweep. around his own right end
good for ten yards, again in the
second quarter on a slant off
tackle good for a one yard 6
pointer and then in the fourth
stanza he drove through right
tackle for a 25 yard touchdown
jaunt. Bob Morris, Bulldog full-
back. added the two extra
points.
As a result of this game, Bal-
boa and Cristobal are now all
tied up in the League standings.
This means that the game be-
tween the two high schools this
coming Friday at Mt. Hope will
be the first crucial game of the
local season. The winner of this
one will take over first place and
an inside track to the title.
The Bulldogs started I a a t
night's game with a bang, scor-
ing their first touchdown with
the game only two minutes old.
May returned the kickoff 15
yards, then on the first play from
scrimmage, Bob Morris drove off
tackle for 15 yards, Bill Fulleton
picked up four at the same spot
and then May broke into the
open for 32 yards all of which left
the ball on the J. C. ten yard
line with goal to go. Here Mqa
took over with an end sweep for
the first of this three touch-
downs.
Late in the first quarter the
Bulldogs began to roll again af-
t.?r being firmly held by the
Green Wave. It took them eight
plays to go from their own 25
yard line all the way to score.
This 75-yard advance was high-
lighted by the runs of 16, 18 and
27 yards by May and a 12-yard
sprint by quarterback Ray Nick-
isher. May scored from the one
to terminate this drive.
Junior College dominated the
play in the third quarter, hold-
ing the Bulldogs in check com-
pletely. The Green Wave began
to drive during this time, but
just lacked the reserve strength
to make it a serious threat.


The 'final score of the game
was set up by a poor punt from
the J.C. 10 that gave the Bulldogs
possession of the ball on the Col-
lege 35. Prom here it took six
plays to do the damage, this time
May reached pay dirt as a result
of his 25 yard burst off the right
side of the line.
J C. rolled shortly after taking
the kickoff, but it was short lived
and the game ended with Bal-
boa in possession of the ball on
the College 28.
. In the statistical department,
the Bulldogs accounted for 14
first downs while J. C. had five.


Lesie Thompson, Colon's flashy
featherweight prospect, w ill
shoot for a knockout victory over
Black Bill tomorrow night in
their featured eight-round clash
at the Colon Arena to avenge a
previous defeat by Bill.
Thompson fs *3 t4e sehot end
of the bettng loddu but'le
confident of pst th .JaM1iOe
dope and plans to do so most


In total yardage, the Bulldogs
had 231 net yards to the Green
Wave's 62. Of this 213 yards
gained for the Bulldogs, May ac-
counted for 191 in 19 timas 'with
ball, for an average of a bit bet-
ter than 10 yards' per carry. He
had runs that went like this, 32
yards, 18, 27, 16, 20, and 25 yards.


convineingly by having Bill
eouMt9d out on the canvas.
BIB put a halt to Thompson's
WM Crie rise to lo I boxing
stardom by deeisioning him n a
sl-rmund semifinal some
months. That loss apparently
thr4w Thompson off strte be-
cause he 'aha dropped hit next
bout a five-round knockout
by Pedro TeWs who bad previo-
usly been stopped in three heats
by Thompson.


The aforementioned facts seem
to Indicate that Thompson will
be going into the battle for a
"doe*or-die" effort. Bill will also
be doing his utmost because he
was a loser in his previous two
fights byL decision to Baby
Grena and pedro Tests and
has to, win lhe is to remain a-
mmnust *1 muaiu-eventers.
The six-round semifinal be-
tween unbeaten Isidro Martinez
and Rodelf Ampudia could turn
out to be the ,best fight on the
p r becusp these seem to
improving to with each out-
ing and love to get in there and
slug It out toe-to-toe.
Another x-rounder, between
Panai 'b e| Jalck II and Sam
LangfJ u$' and a four-round
pe y between Joe Sande
and A wr" round out the
A our bouts are among
feather, eig
The Is scheduled to
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Second Victory Of Season
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Probably one of the toughest games on the local 1952
football schedule will be played at Mt. Hope Stadium tonight
when the Cristobal High School Tigers take the field against
a powerful Athletic Club eleven.
The Tigers, who played to a scoreless tie against the A.C.
in the Jamboree, will be attempting to claw their way into
their second consecutive victory of the inter-scholastic sea-
son. Having done a good job on the Junior College eleven last
Friday night, winning 15 to 2, the Crist6bal squad was not
content to rest on its laurels. They realized only too well the
Job in front of them and have gone through a full week of
tough drills in an effort to keep their 1952 slate clean.
The working boys of the A. C. also have not been idle.
Though concentrating this week's work on pass-defense, the
Athletic Club has given much of their time to improving their
offensive power and should be in top condition for tonight's
fray.
Both teams are about as evenly matched as any two
teams can be. The fans are urged to turn out early to avoid
a last-minute rush at the gate. The advance sale of tickets
will continue until game time, which is 7 p.m.


Motorbike Race Program

Postponed Until Nov. 8

The Motorcycle meeting' originally scheduled
for tonight at the Olympic Stadium has been post-
poned.
The Stadium track has not yet been restored
to racing trim following the presidential inaugura-
tion Oct. 1.
The speedway meeting has therefore been re-
scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 8.'
Should the weather be unsuitable that night,
the racing will be Sunday, Nov. 9.
The Stadium authorities have undertaken to
have the track ready for the riders to practice on
the afternoon of Wednesday, November 5.


Thompson Shooting For KO

Over Black Bill Tomorrow
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK--Oct 18 Some-
one suggested to Casey StenEel
that scouting reports indicated
Carl Erskine would give the
Yankees more trouble than
Trouble-Shooter Joe Black in
the World Series.
"Scouting reports are for. foot-
ball coaches," said the inimita-
ble manager of the World
Champions.
"You could scout a pitcher for
17 years, and what would the
report amount to if he wasn't
getting the ball over the plate
with something on it? You don't
need any report on those kind.
"Take Vic Raschi. He
scrunches all up, makes pitch-
ing twice as hard as it is for
most fellows. A scout seeing him
for the first time hardly would.
turn In a glowing report. But
he gets them guys out."
The early batting splurges of
Mickey Mantle and Billy Mar-
tin further stressed how the
New York Americans keep
bouncing up with big and key
players.
Away goes Joe DiMagglo and
in steps the 20-year-old Mantle
who at 16 walked Into the Jop-
lin ball park, and asked for a
tryout.* It was Gil McDougald
last year, and Martin this. Jer-
ry Coleman was hitting .400
when he was called'back by the
Marine Air Corps, but wasn't
missed because of Martin, who
immediately assumed command
of the club on the field,
MANTLE AND MARTIN
Mantle's tremendous second
half of the season, won the Yan-
kees' fourth straight pennant
and it was Martin's hit that
clinched it.
After Martin attempted to
run on Roy Campanella In the
second game, Stengel cracked:
"He won't believe guys can
throw."
In his report to Leo Durocher
Tom Sheehan of the Giants
classed Martin next to Yogi Ber-
ra as the second most-danger-
ous Yankee at the plate. "He
hits the curve to all fields," he
wrote.
In the Spring, Roy Hamey of
the front office said the. Yan-
kees would be all right if Man-
tie hit. Had George Weiss
known how quickly the Mick
was going to develop, in the
difficult. field that lI center at
the Stadium, he mot cek~tainly
would not have turned over Out-
fielders Jackie Jensen and Ar-
chie Wilson and Pitcher Spec
Shea to the Senators for Irv
Noren.
Stengel was the surest of all
about Mantle after first setting
eyes on Junior at the Phoenix
school three Springs back.
SEEMED UNBELIEVABLE
01' Case actually wanted to
bring up Mantle in 1950, when
the precocious switch hitter
was batting .383 on his way to
26 home runs as Joplin's short-
stop in the Class 0 -Western
Association.
The Yankees had a brief bad
spell, and Stengel took this ob-
server from his dressing room
to the dugout.
"See those stands," he said,
pointing to right field. "Hitting
the ball into them; even down-
stairs, is pretty good, isn't It?"'
I assured him it was.
Stengel then pointed to left
field. "Hitting the ball into
those stands is even better isn't
it?" he said. It sure was.
"Well," said Casey Stengel.
"I'll show you a player who'll
not only hit the ball into both
those stands, but over them."
It seemed unbelievable, but in
Mickey Mantle It turned out to
be no myth.
The youngster Is that good,'
the best ball player a lot of
people ever saw at 20, and with
an excellent chance to make
them forget every ball player
they ever heard of.

Along The Firwoys
Brases Brook L O Daf
Scoring four gae 1 -d 9'i,
Mrs. Petltjeani wmon the- er
Tournament feats I at os
Brook Country Clbt Satur-
day in Ladies' Day omp t ton
Margaret Leigh wAt'mend with
three sevens and Madel0n Oar-
ret third wIth d zr as Alter
the ladles left'tb..flr tee, Club
Professional Bob. .Fri mdet-
ed holes 2. 7 0 10 91 f .he
had low acore ftar ji -
Mrs. Pettjean m er
first Ladles Day ad one bf
the several new wmwm g lfers
at Brazos.
In the current BRimr tourna-
ment no particular eader has


Scouting Reports For Football-Stengel;


Mantle Almost Too Good, But It's T.ue


Curundu Men's Open
Bowling League
Carta Vieja, after a sad start
In the first game Wednesday
night at Balboa, turned on in
the last two to throw a road
block into J. L. Putaturo Buick-
Chevrolet In their efforts to
drive out of cellar position. The
Rummen remained on top .
league standing's for the fifth
straight week by taking three
from the Buickmen. John Oliver
for the second week in a row
rolle da 506 series to lead the
Rummen. Dick Kelsey was secr
ond high for the Rummen with
a 504 series which included a 201
second game. This was the
fourth time that the Rummen
have busted 2600.
The second place Isthmian
Constructor gained a point on
the Rummen by snagging all
four from Wally's Bar. In blank-
Ing the Bartenders, the Con-
tractors rolled 2712) their high
for the year. and third high In
league play for the season. Con-
tractor MacLane rolled his
fourth series over 500 to take
over the lead In individual
standings, Julio Icaza bowled
210 in the second game fok the
Contractors and wound up with
a 490 for the night. Julfo's 210
was his his high for the year and
high for the night's competi-
tion. Vice Prexy Gilloly was
present to Inspire the Contrac-
tors in pouring the chaser to thel
Bartenders.
V, F. W. Post 3822 went into a-
tie for third place by letting Col-
pan Ford have it in the finAl
game to garner three pointingn
the encounter. George M
led a nice 499 series, his high
for the season, to spark the Vets
in their win.
Acme Paints Geo. F. Novey put
on the, beSt show of the night by
whitewashing Balboa Beer. Th
Paintet's 958 second game an,
7 !ries Were te, for the
nig iahid :'ecani bigh In tea&
competition lo the season. ALU g
Lys with games of 167, 1N.
and 188 for a sparklg 540seres
and Sugar Cain with a supris.
ing 523 series were responsible
for the Painters' jump from
fifth to third place. Cain boost-
ed himself up seven points in In-
.dividualustandings, His fine series
which included a 198 game was
reminiscent of' his last season's
performance. Despite their loss
the Beermen managed to bowl
their first series over 200 this
year. Bill Cunningham was high
for the Beermen with a fine 515
series while his teammate Glenn
Treffinger advanced four points
in individual standings as the
result of his 483 series.
"Walkin" Cain with a 611
series (including handicap) was
the winner of the Coca Co.A
prize of one case of assorted
flavors of Kist Boda.
TOP TEN


Lane Isthmian
Keisey Carta Vieja
Hovan Colpan Ford'
Cunningham Balboa Beer
Borgis Putaturo
Hutchins V.'.W.
Schafer Balboa Beer.
Lypns Acme Paints


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Oliver Carta Vieja 181- 5
Zornes Carta Vieja 189-10
'Total
Team W L P Pins
Carat Vieja 14 4 Ab 15718
Isthmian Cons. 12 8 17 I1452
V.w.W. Post 3822 9;9 I 1, 28
Acme Paints
Geo. F. Novey 10 i 6 177
Wally's Bar 7 11 MW 15271
Balboa Beer 6 12' 9' 15091
Colpan F6rd 8 10' 8 1381
J. L. Putaturo '
Buick Chevrolet 8 12 8 15194
N Colpan Fo"4
Walker 150 181 14 474
Stueine i49 150 16. 466
Price 123 1450 1 8 431
Bryan 140 177 416
Hovan 143 157 141 441
Handicap 95 95 95 285
Totals 860 9 85 U13
V..
V.F.W. Post a3
Mosw 196 15W 147 401
Billings 149 5 158 392
Hughes 143 12 119 38
Common 149 158 148 485
Hutchins 156 160 107 483
Handicap 116 116 115 341
Totalb W8 719 854 2561

S sthmlan oustutrs
Murdock I m 1 -. 484
140 14
1 48 I-1 7 8.
we 181 1W m'. l' 8
Handicap 9 ,1, ..281,
totalsu 09 .4 lX



Betts 14 1517




Tarlan 16M e. MAR O-
C .

lty 125 3 15 t 480
Olive ISO 165 508
Handicap 74 4 74 222
Totals 7" 1 I 5MIS

Butek-Chte ..t.
Laallee 145, 18 148 4722
Casten : 14 1f8 W 1 440
nyder, (B 124 372
ovtis 153 146 18 4886
Handicap 104 104 184 312
Totals 78 W 833
SAwone1 PaLhts -G '. 7,N
Cy0en 147 10 187 '49
Re rerr 123 14 466
Bembeank p 14 104 114 -12
lwyier. 134 2 440
Cain I 3

Totals Mg8 9N 117
ali.e1.Ber
Traffingerh ,1 1 150 9
SBalatta 1- 148 147 -,
kt n aba i 1
Handicap 19
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o e ve a i s ; ... 11,if i s. OOAt.f
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a~_~e ang meaon iAne coming to ;ay-
Absklt 1St pI ant land fro Oklahoma sdx years
ttai 1 men when aO, .
Dethe D -W f i TerrOlns were
to hequphotd s a p l. aao"qex is s etppn
oMto sae a wermln ia Cla.fra m the other aght. f f t th
Thl be iU tomorrow'sid! day but nd the 9 i o
movie wv me. O the plt gyou t as
know the -6a4i onalo-0c be tem
*n oh mdhdmil uoff abut n n be Id1dan
adsalo-"In't not- prom to eert gd a~og
an aA m bit with re ern to the ama Iarl 4the
real. tenw. We aMdum kin Itbhia rach
lat, ld fashioned v.tOf A Uri nd
a ptu, a yet a the feel which
abt ra rthaer m Bkebelieve. Per fhin: l on itma-
Ad.rB- a-mIt woull -make r
than t I today. Because a huge cylindrical t *,Iame of age, Big Jim
set e"ai L ia&t for home coniunmptlo, but ,ontod, trampling heralded
I do .lit a-tAe ultm anfe t d the sports promoter grop- o-0
Ing efforts to live wlTV. beaded for thd Navy
it* a home ready to extend
three Kaa:* utate Cdileg t fotb1 players were di sed unbeaten and untied srtng
last Week foqw r* atlmtg fk a 4, tory free-for-aU. Vineent at 11.
t fr e Were o6naLs-
*Ny 4 i Aft t MIt Va ron, NT.Ye to Wen 14s but the offense func-
7a for. a" a ttai, WA -hW looffe rtoned Spasmodlcally, blowing
thesthe aarr htom e t mtin t d cold," testifiesa Tatum.
the atte p o ad the weekd became ittery at
lhaps they JUst wanted e Ms uany 'on Mph aie. l ot nal, gummed up Y
would be a m plauslble uresO than most W the curtiot."
Ssitiattu pent. errapinhs didn't realize re
* s* r gth. Once they t
DeaePap.Lo e l rpo eH.t tp with Eddl Za. at the g .1nth leveled Clem- t
-Orlham fight I ah aa la swe* an&d Iiite te w n, -0. n rgia as an a-
Yorkre to vwt himn ne M. Baga teald lle'4 to, but ai ruAmles a snow fence.
soham, bya who aedc DBmp* j e J arbath i the fronting

hrdof. How an Eisenhower (WWl'No"RS man)r) rbok in college football,"
loMe"r... Th comment would euiett old ter is there trumpets Tatum.
nave or else he never heard of a4h ee "'l d that," echoes Don
f* aurot of Missouri, "He's a verl-
OM a s in setting the seal Minm em t e Berlppe--w- taue magician"
aO all eS TIeark S lt Ia three *tart, Sbath's forte is the fake
A Wow ,yw3I _._S+2 dgSto. hand-off. The way he fakes
Do aad e-a tur.da I 8 k tacklers out of their underwear,
wfa'ttl setmas Ifts @a veiam m nlna l Ivy don't be surprised If suspenders
Jr a. I't a -t arn= added to the battle dress.
*- S&ysnArmyrmuais to soe N.I as" RU WItt- n not so occupied, he blows
S the eas ad helt Notre Dame hi their e the oher side's brains out with
*'la fpt they had had us qw -et 019.0t MYdeadly carnneering.
OIL Silver. 3 tZ. 1"al 'Iesj' 111W il that, e beat Missouri and Auburn
SdE oum**.t a 10-year-old Tale 3mw d juiBye1)r bad n tile last seconds with passes,"
id t a a an early-sea.. gau. Th* aiea n recalls Tatum. "He'sa superb
Ptu sf v4Se either. Whatever the gntle*& an Is trying to flAB4 moeral."
ls et remains thu lP? sem. it be d.g bette tana 8aabath' gets lots of protection
'* -. f r' a rugged and resolute de-
fense-led the M (for may-
S -This looks libe another of those dafy-dill seasons on the bem Club-Dick Modzelewski,
agrdiro. Drtmouth holds the fwPenns ma ds even. then eta a Bob Morgana Bill Maletsky.
C5rom" whaeltintaR from Army. WVisonsin was tak aeg Maaiue 3M1men averag2,5
tMroWtf and ritoJ M Sothe --io' I o unds go both ways Mode-
ran team organ are tackles,
nam? temth w s le en lItP
:'Iwas most Invtng for on. The eek t the rtto kethe bWat
jun okeednthe vaunt-
tomen. kish c ke i over thloe Tr brehlaeved then lombatants on theo ate& ends
01 ittU oit out)
*, (eIxndo ly s It turned out) to-beone of thenation's Oelhlath. JolmAlertn and Tackle Paul
San may hv got a dreamy notion they woie much betterNeter playbthoffenseandde-
th ey W. This often apDs and wbe It does not evene erton switched
Master-= l_ Fullerton swtchsed
Sn t matr a anything halfback to a
It. 'Anay, the result makes the ott-m game at Wes PoInt m ia
the St's game of the ,week, where te bnng Of the mn
ses It figured to-be hut an afternoon of rugged calisthenics The 1900 edition, which Tatum
f. or me ng men. wilh only latlv, close friends and the labels superior to last season's
..orps lookinon. Nowt turn emaway. outfit, has tremendous depth,
Vand Tatum squeezes, the very
P ns most out of it.
The opposition doesn't know
The Most who's goig to do it to them
All the backs run and
0\e Tatum loscs a dozen o this
/i utumn's teamni, but that still
leaves 37 on hand.
USEl Reminds you of the old days --
at Notre Dame.

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I belongings at Yankee Stadium. The catcher had every reason
sale. A nice boy and his, fifth winning Series check. (NEA)
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rFor Ude MStuye Atlantic Side Grid Games
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By EEBERRT MOISE Reprinted from the Canal but probably less than Pasa.
Commissioner Joe Noble of the Zone Junior College "SPOT- ma Canal Company busses.
Local-Rate Amateur Baseball LIGHT." Depend on students, parents,
League announced the 1953 sea- If it's not one thing, it's an- and faculty members, et., ve-
son schedule will be released other. First the JC football luntarily mak n g available
next week. Noble and his new schedule was in danger of can- their private automobile -
board of directors will meet at cellation on account of a lack of and their services as elauf-
the Paraiso Gym next Wednes- manpower and now all of its At- fears!
day at 7:30 p.m. to draft the new lantic Side contests may have to The probability is that the last
schedule and discuss other e- be cancelled, on account of the alternative is the only one of the
equally Important business. recent change in the PRR traifi last six within the financial 11.
Tentative opening date is Jan. schedule (effective October 19.) mitations of the SA and the stu-
11 with the champs from Paral- dent body. It is possible, of
so playing host to the runners- Since the last train under the course, that some CZJC games
up of Silver City (Rainbow Ci- new schedule will leave Colon on might be played at CHS, others
ty). On the same day in the weekdays at 4:30 p.m. it is ap- transferred to Balboa, and still
other openers, La Boca will travel parent that athletes and others others cancelled. Also, the SA
to Santa Cruz and Red-Tank will taking part in, or witnessing, could pay the rail fares of ath-
travel across the Isthmus to face evening athletic contests (M-F, letes, etc., which would reduce
Chagres. both inclusive) will either have the price others would have to
At its last meeting, the Canal to stay on the Atlantic Side over- pay.
Zone Local-Rate Amateur League night or arrange special return All told some 50 CZJC-BHS-
re-elected Joe Noble as commis. transportation. Following is a CHS interschool athletic con-
sioner. Under league constitu- more or less complete list of the tests, boys and girls, involving
tion, the elected commissioner possibilities: transcontinental travel are
selects his board. Noble's selec- scheduled for the school year.
tion follows: Players and others stay over- The problem is therefore not
Night on the Atlantic Side with solely at JC one altho because
President, Victor Carew; Vice- friends or relatives, or at their of the fact that the College has
president, Wesley Jones; secret- own expense in a hotel, and only about a fourth as many
ary, Edmund Mattaden; asst.- return the next day on the re- full-time students as CHS and
secretary and journalist, Herbert gular train, one-eighth as many as B8., it
Moise; treasurer, Cuthbert Pres- Play all CZJC-CHS games in is more acute in CZJC than in
cott; trustees, all the physical Balboa. either of the other schools. The
directors of the Local-Rate cor- Play all Friday games on problem will be considered t the
munities. Saturday when there will be 10 SAEC meeting tomorrow at 3
p.m. return train. p.m. in Room 305. Students and
S meLineup I engage a special 1-coach others who are interested are in-
Some Lineup Is special train ($220 for a round vlted to attend.
St :trip; seats 68). Price per pas-
tenge l Mistak singer would be about $3.25, or Incidentally, there is no pre-
If 25 payers, cheerleaders, etc., sent assurance that JC could sell
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (NEA) go free, the others would have enough transportation tickets,
Casey Stengel established some- to pay more than $5.00 each. even considering that BBS- atu-
thing of a record this past sea- Engage a motor car and dents would probably buy some,
son using 102 different batting coach ($180 for the round trip; to fill anything larger than a
orders, seats 102). Price per passenger small bus or a PRR motor car.
"One day I took a look at his would be slightly more than
batting order and knew it was $1.75, or if 25 go free, the
wrong," recalls Jimmy Dykes. others would have to pay a-
"'Hey, Casey,' I told him, 'you bout $2.35 each. Tt A
got a mistake in your lineup.'" Engage a railroad motor car 1T5 A
"'What do you mean a mis- $140 for the round trip; seats 006' L I
take?' The said. 'That's the same 46). Price per passenger would IO SL
lineup I had yesterday.'" be more than $3.00, or if 25 go ALRG T-
"'That what I mean.' I said. free it would be about $6.65
'That's gotta be a mistake.'" each.
TURTLE TREASURE Charter 1 or more Panama tI
Canal Company busses. Price (
EDENTON, N.C. (U.P.)-Mar- not known now but It is U ,
vin Spruill never thought he'd doubtful if it would be appre- i
find the 1952 high school claas ciably less than the cheapest UI
ring he lost while drawing water of the rail prices and it might i
from a creek. But not long after well be more.
John White caught a turtle and Charter 1 or more Panama
the ring was inside the reptile. City busses. Price not known" -


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comes elective Monuay. 'Ine
revised schedule which contains TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1952. FIVE CENTS
numerous changes in the pas-
senger .service was announced
last week. |t
'Ihe early morning passenger

Panama at 7 a. m.. ten minutes J F T
earlier than the present sched-
ale. 'he return trip will begin
at 9:40 a. m. irom the Colon
Station.
leave Panama station at 12:40To Hii Back At False Charges
p. m. and Colon at 12.30 p. inm.
Both departure times are ten
minutes earlier than the present A T LANT A, Oct. 18 (UP)- founded, t h en the services parts unguarded, or poor ly new "cold bar" suit keeps a sol-
schedule. These trains will run James A. Farley urged military: should move to correct what guarded. We must realize there dier warm by having a massag-
only on week days and will not leaders today to hit back more is wrong. But if the charges is no easy way out." Ing effect on his limbs as 'he
be operated on Saturdays. Sun- vigorously against "false infor- are untrue or unfair, the peo- At a press conference earlier walks.
days, and holidays, nation and unsupported charg- pie ought to be so Informed today Maj. Gen. George A. Hor- A new armored vest, which
No change will De made in the es" which may be undermining in no uncertain terms." kan, Army quartermaster gen- the Army "reluctantly" cred-
operation of the late afternoon the morale of the services. eral, said the problems of food cited to Marine innovation,
trains and the departure time I The former postmaster gen- Despite the need for economy, supply and clothing as protec- prevented one soldier f rom
from both Coion and Panama eral and national Democratic Farley said, "we want no false tion against both weather and getting wounded when he ac-
1wll be unchanged, chairman spoke at the national economy in our organization for weapons has been largely licked cidentally set off one of his
The passenger train runs at convention of the Quartermas- national defense. in Korea. own grenades, Horkan said.
night will be discontineud dur- lers Assn., of which he is a vice "There can be no economy in Hot meals are reaching front-
Ing the week but these trains president, leaving any part of the ram- line troops rapidly, he said. A Assistant Army Secretary
wul be operated on the present He compared the require- Francis Shackleford warned
schedule on Saturdays, Sundays, ments of Soviet and Red Chi- against appeasement in Korea
and holidays, nese soldiers with those of U In another speech to the quar-
A change also is being made the American and said "we on t|rmasters meeting.
In the round-trip run o the are spending more money but US Accuses Russia Of W ant "If the enemy Is to be stop-
local freight train which pro- they are spending more men." ped anywhere. he had to be
vides passenger service on week. "The American people and our stopped in Korea, Shackleford
day mornings. This run is being military services place a high Atltack O n Superfort O ff Japan "'id b lt ate figrtive
reversed and the train will leave value on human life," Farley A It k n pe o ta would be ultimate fighting on
Diablo Crossing at 6:15 a. m. said. Autour own soil."
The return trip will start at the "Human resources are abund- of General Foods Corp., president
Mount Hope station, leaving at ant and cheap behind the Iron of General Foods Corp., was
9:55 a. m. Under the present Curtain. I WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP) which can flow from its reck- named president of the quar-
schedule the local freight makes "Communist military leaders The United States accused less practice..." termasters group succeeding
the round-trip run leaving irom take into consideration that sol- Russia yesterday of a "wanton This country's action in lay- Charles P. McCormick.
Mount Hope. diers are readily replaced, there- and unjustifiable a t t a c k" in ing claim to the Habomal Is-
The revision of the train lore highly expendable. 0 u r shooting down an American Su- lands in Japan's behalf was
schedule to eliminate one trip ideas of military economy and perfort off Japan and hinted sure to stir up another diplo- |IO AnMnun Ne w
In each direction daily has been theirs are as far apart as the that some of the plane's eight matic ruckus with Russia. The U A UUnIIIn e N W
made necessary by the dimin- poles." crewmen may be in S o v I e t Soviets moved Into the Habo
fishing revenue on passenger Farley said recent "almost un- hands. mais on grounds they were part
traffic for certain scheduled ending carping about the big In a blistering note to the of the Kurile Islands awarded rWllil yD auction
runs. military budget and demands Kremlin, the State Department to Russia in the 1945 Yalta a-
The new schedule will permit that military spending be re- demanded damages for the Su- agreement. But this country has ,Af $AAh Iupplies
substantial economies in the duced" may have involved un- perfort and any Americans kill- never recognized the occupation I W FI orSU ppUive
Railroad's operations to cut fair criticism of the armed for- ed. It bluntly warned that as legal
operating deficits without seri- ce- setup. "grave consequences" may re- In its note, the State Depart- A charge account system to
ous inconvenience to the public. I sult from any such attacks in ment reported that an Ameri- facilitate the purchase of pack-
Notices of the- new train "Sometimes I feel that our the future., can saw a Soviet patrol boat aged school supplies by local-
schedule have been prominently military leaders are subjected The department then disclos- undertake a search near Yuri rate employes will be put into
posted in all railroad stations, to undeserved criticism and I ed there was a Soviet patrol Island, one of the Habomal effect soon by the Panama Ca-
ie-- wonder if such harassments boat in the vicinity where the group, about the time the Su- nal Co.,'it was announced today
mf may not be discouraging and B-29 went down and demanded perfort was shot down. by Local 900, GCEOC-CIO.
All l U factually result in undermined "full information" on any crew
morale," Farley said. members who may have been The Superfort was the fourth The announcement said- the
TL nks ...a For A!J Must say, however, that all piucked from the sea. American plane either shot Canal Co. granted a request sub-
Thanks Navy For Aid "Must say, however, that all down or forced down by Soviet mitted by the local's women's
the military people I know seem The unarmed b o m b e r waA fighters during the cold war. auxiliary for the purchase of
I I Boat 1to have the intestinal fortitude shot down by two Red fighters Other U.S. planes have been school supplies through payroll
to absorb the low punches and near the Habomal Islands off fired upon but escaped. deductions.
carry on regardless of their de- Northern Japan Oct. 7. The U.S. fired upon bUt escaped. deductions.
tractors, note said the Habomais belong In Apri1, 1950, the United Under the plan employes may
The Good Neighbor policy of "It is my opinion that the to Japan and rejected Moscow's States demanded indemnity for authorize deductions from their
the United States recently e- military services are not doing contention that the Superfort a Navy Privateer with 12 men salary for the payment.of school
ceived another boost in the form the best by themselves when violated Soviet territory and aboard which disappeared in the supplies by executing a form to
of a letter received by Rear Lhey fail to hit back at unfair opened fire first on two Red Baltic Sea. Moscow never made that effect, which will be issued
Admiral A. M. Biedsoe, USN, criticism, lighter planes. payment. Instead, it gave high to children at school for delivery
Commandant of the Fteenths "If the complaints are well- It said the American Super- Soviet decorations to the fight- to their parents.
Naval District, from Alcibiaes -- fort was not equipped with er pilots who shot down the
Iglesias, who wrote on behalf bombs and its guns "were in- plane. After the payroll deductions
ox the San Bias Chief, Ikwanik- U UI operative." has been duly authorized, and
tipippl, thanking the Auniral New HOG Classes "By its calculated misrepre- approved,. the supplies may be
for the aid rendered by the sentatio nof the facts of this obtained from the Commissary
Navy a few weeks ago in pulling L 0 incident, the Soviet government Division retail stores upon pre-
a half-sunken San Bias boat |i English Diction has sought, not for the first sentation of the approved au-
upon the beach at Ailigandi time, to evade responsibility for thorization.
The shipowhich assisted was a On Monday on andunjustifiable at- Collection of the cost of not
the USS ACME-12, the one hit w h a e wn tack carried out on an unde- more than one package of sup-
tI USS ACME-12, the one fended plane by fighter planes more than one package of sup-
wI ch brought Charles H. A unique series of programs Its air force," the note said. plies will be effect from the
takerAmerican Consul in aimed at improving the diction "This responsibility must be pay periods that no deductions
nd representatives ofand enunciation of advanced borne by the Soviet government,
Point Fourw Prora tmolstudents of English, especially however, and the United States
9 gandi. It was while there students whose basic language government would urge the Sov-
ht of the offIndianls leand aided oftheis Spanish, will begin Monday let government seriously to con-
ht of the Indian and aided over station HOG .under the sider the grave consequences
thin behind their boat sponsorship of Agencia Steer, Intestinal Disorder
which, they admitted, could not Ilocal magazine distributor
have ibeenaccomplished without byThe ograms, to be reacted Edward E. Ellis, auses Death Of Tt
In acknowledging the letter ter wil have "Judy" andDave Retired Employe, EW YORK c. (UP)-
Admiral Bledsoe stated: Constable as participants Retirea Employe, ORK, ot. UP)-
. Anything the U. S. Navv whs It will be presented on a tri- Die I en Rodiguez, infant daugh-
ablp to do was a pleasure i' weekly basis-Monda.s, Wednes- D I n Colonmen orie
keeping the U. S. Good Neighbor days and Fridays--at approx- who Was charged earlier this
polesas stated that the boat imately 5:15 p. n. during the Edward E. Ellis, a 62-year-old week with kidnapping Gloria
i stated that the boat daily afternoon request pro- retired Panama Canal employee Hernitndez,daughter of Rafael
Sbe completely repaired .oon gram. died early this morning in Co- and Anita Hernondez, a Puertoe
the use of it will aid the The series will be known as loq Hospital where he had been Rican cou e, frolh Bellevue
Inians economically. He fur- "English In The Air" and will a patient since last January. ON THE SPOT--The House Hospital, 0d. last night at the
ther stated: feature "informal" conversa- Mr. Ellis retired .from the Un-American Activities Corn- same hoSeItal.
-'the Indians are convinced tions between Worcester, Judy Terminals Division, where he mittee has subpoQeaed Gen. l Hospital authorities said the
"t the American government, and Constabie. which will con- was employed as a clerk in the Walter Bede.. Smith, above, to Rodrigues llfant died last night
Pl.v cares for underprivileged. tain helpful hints toward cor- Receiving and Forwarding Divi- tell what h. know. about Corn- of an toteslal disorder that
,people." ___ - iect English primarily at thelslon, on April 1951. munist Infiltration into theU.S. required hb ptaleat.on since
DELAYED ACTION student with a working knov- A native of Elizabeth, New governent, pt arl t her blrt on Sept. 28
FORT HOOD. Tex. TI lePdge English-not for be- Jersey, the deceased has no tral intelligence Agen Earlir this week Mrs. Ro-
FORT HOOD. Tex. 'UPP.- winners. known survivors on the Isth- whenira h nteiiiLenTe Agency, rsrftiKK *'X2 apped the -er-
Cpt. Donald E.Archer of the st on the Itus which he head. Th action was nandes Infant in order to claim
Azrmored Division earned the Listener.s i u urged to mHe came to the Canal Zone sparked by General Smith's now eligibility for relief finds. She is
Bronze Star medal some seven have a no: c.'nk and oencil in March 1920. and was em- controversial remark thdt he belng he d on $2.500 bail.
v rs ago in combat during World handy in oi e'- o make noteslployed continuously by the Pa- wouldn't be surprised it there Authorities wanted until this
War II. He received it in the mail which will asist them in im- nama Canal. Ve re some Communists in ns morning to tell Mrs. Rodriguez
frcm the Department of the Ar- proving then dietiron ana know-j Funeral arrangements will be own top-secret agency. Iln her cell of her child's death
my Just the other day. ledge of Engimh. announced later, at the hospital.

THE HELL BOMB-11 By JAY HEAVILIN and RALPH LANE

That Russia con Resources are Ryssia's biggest woedess. The U. S. cane mime
make an H-bomb is h o two rncheh uromum depot the are -t. jel gia
certain In the brains b mi s Congo and Canada's Great leer Lake oee. Russia mest I .


department she
has Peter Kapitza,
world-renowned liq-
uid hydrogen ou-
thority, Ivaon Kurt-
chetov, famous nu-
clear expert and
many other scien-
tists, representing
thse highest-paid
workers in the land.
In addition, of .
course, Russia has
stolen top nuclear
research secrets
Sfom the U. S. and
Greet Britain
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slave labor in an attempt to raise the yield ef herF
low-grade deposits in Czechoslovukia -md the Suasn us..
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Tritium manufac.
ture, to be carried
on bL the U. S. at
the Savannah River
Plant, part of which
is pictured above, re-
quires large amounts
of uramiu m-.0
pounds produce only
one of tritium. For
this remnsea outhomi.
ties believe the USSR
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precious urium in
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the history of U. S, industry took place receatly,willrj q. jauIldhg and' -dmeitltI
the world's only floating sulphur minl'g plant- U il'a frem Gae 2c'e iLA.1 ,.f
Elaine. The uniqtie, $2,000,0DQ -plant, I;m t bY ie lf'report Sul J p my.toat, M
from a deposit hund p, ol Seet beneath Bay Ste. ;1lhief l, W air ,ol
superheated watet (326 d 1grP.' )-into the deposit.4try'- y ..u4
operation, the plant is expecta to produce l 100,0 long toftns o*'JhT. ar. 0 t)
plant, mounted on a huge tel bar.%~ betag tqwed through a nartow l.a I
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