The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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 knw the truth and tdo country is sale" Abraham Lincoln..

Now...6 Years Oldl

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Am..v Miners

u. it

In Thousands

Munro Meets

SSecretary Pace

'This Afternoon
WASHINGT6N, Oct. 20 (UP) jeet to the impending rent in-
tg howard Munro's 10 a.m. Pen- crease scheduled to go into te-
St appointment to see Secret- feet in sia days.
ary oftheAry Frank Pace Jr. Meanwhile Democmtsc Senar -
pstodat ad phoned till later or M. ete o iowa -
b afternoon rived Phanma today ad rel-
Munro, the Central Labor U- terated his desire to peak with
union's legislative representative top labor and civic leaders on
Is scheduled to be accompanied the question of the rent raises.
by eorge Mean, American Fe- OLiette, who arrived on the
ton of La r's Secretary, S. S. Crlatobal for a fle-dayv
and Richard Gray, president of it, se d arrangements were being
the building and construction, mad through the American 3m-
dept. AFL, James Brownlow, pre- bassy (r the aseator to speak
89 nt of the Metal Trades U- with Rufu ILoveady, chairman
union and William Hushing of the of the Canal Zone Emergency
S Leglative Committee. Lelative Committee, tomor-
SMunid will meet Pace to ex- row.
jia to him why employes of GIetle is a member of the Per-
ihr Panama qCanal Company ob., el8g 'Relations Committee and
also s=v in gip Rules and Ad-
minlstratlon .WmIttee and the
I-uicA- Ra f ~fs Committee on ma Busine,
"M p s f He, was accompanied b 'his
Swifle, on Mar* anh at W r-
in-law Mrs. De ss IMTrrOW .
Msy"e &Manwhiw e the houa*to-hptdUe
Rent Fnd soelclatlons in Cristo-
S dbal and Margarita will beg~i to-
V nta -W "gl SV1%"W eh morUoM.
^ -' G4 membesL -wl ende-
v a n wnre nn 1ann r_ ..L & k M... nmnkn

hams W aMA
of the 401W-~

miles awayk
tore out an cite
der the ,edl t 4
one of the
but did not at tufoot
Police investigAted *4h4 posw
sillity that the bl#st *Aiv ave
been the work ofCo -annists
or Welsh NationallML
.Soviet Riolol rst
Believes Man Cf

Live 150 Years
MERLIN. Ot. 30 ( The
West Berlin newRpaper
graf" said today the SOVIta
begun constructIon of a t
submarine base on theBaltic
Sea isle of Ruegen.
It said an area of 3 r
miles near the I.
of Glove was
outhaztitou, Dugled, l n viet order. The pap e
I& he invented. IW's a.e Communits fared the
por powered by a ,e; of an East Geresu ,s o,
aeed of about30milsaboqr. the construction wr f t thel
.. submarine base.

may have been missed by thi
colectors. .
Contributions may be made
after this week by contacting
SW. Mlllaugh for the Atlantl
side or elth ovelady or H.
Raymond for the Pacific side.

Indonesi Quiet;
Army Charges
Security Breach
JAKARTA, Oct. 20 (UP) The
Indonesian Army high command
said today It had proof -military
secrets had fallen into "wrong
hands" and that it had planned
to take action shortly against
those who are guilty.
The high command commun-
ique also charged that "certain
elements" were trying to disturb
'unity In the army.' It said these
tempts were being made
through pamphlets, the press
and by word of mouth.
Wt parliament, In state. of
Indefinite recess after losing a
showdown with the army, mill-
tary precautions wece relaxed.
-Art4llery was.withdrawn from
* pDresidential palace and the
iftlrament building, a number
)9 persons were released from
""at dy and four newspapers
were given permission to resume

AiyS Mighty-Voiced 'Atofmic Cannon

Ffs To Convmce Defense Secretary
afarPostrMA W might silence it as efec-
ro v p e .u .as enemy fighter-bombers
_a -. ..hios 7 by air ees e support f&,* tWh which ocldentally, it
S.A. d be a ripe and sitting tar-
botl' Pace a d Wha.t res i ble command-
i E n new ea exce in extremely ape-
kfirepofwer circumstances would call
kid s t "close support" atomic ex-
dthao uut eat front If he knew
I =.e l whea n M%&V# lir t fsa

SIn that, t
ill n mmlfhi

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t' ir n ciouu our ust U
bruea by contraryy winds,
saturate his own men
' iL'.obfa end maneuverable
l. atoic cannon is, it Is
..ifo cumbersome, earth-
Slm In range, and
$o enemy reprisal
*a '2WI who raise these
i 4, not doubt that "Joe
J I_ ml have a e

i'. ,tS gW5 a.

$1000, 000

Opium Ship

agets were
conto ng search of the Brit-
sh Sllverdale today
for ma narcotics after seizing
more than 1,000,000 worth of
opum aboard the ship and
plarcingit "mutinous" crew un-
der detention.
The skipper of the ship, Capt.
D. B. dgar, ot the stage for
the mot .ensatonal seizure in
East Coat history when he ra-
dioed from sea that the ship's
officers "'were having trouble
with the crew."
Details of the "trouble" were
not immediately disclosed.
Michael J. Bradley, collector
of the port of Phlladelphia,
personally let 20 customs agents
in the rain an the ship inbound
frtm the 4301edoM. of Kuwait
on' the Pften Gulf, when she
doc ed at =g sd piers yes-
terdiy after uon.
The agenfl aeizd 111 lbs. of
raw opium,-talued 4t well over
$100*1I 00 in the 1 ftal market,
ad indicated thamuch morm
SIgh be fousid In a further
e htodt ..
ts intelligence agents
arrqted a seaman and a tre-.
m on charge of attempt
to -a ngle the arcot t.
al.tiMal qaW lpog of the 45-
.1 OPW

PC Employes

Come And Go

About As Usual

Resignations of US rate em-
ployes from positions with the
Panama Canal Company and
the Canal Zone Government
are averaging about the same
aa last. vear.

September's resignations were
lower than 1951, and October's NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UP) Soft coli
are running about the same K ct 2 (UP) Soft col miners it
last year, Balboa Heights au- work by the thousands today and it appeared that a ms-
thorities revealed in response tinwide shutdown of bituminous minesis inevitable.
to a question.TibmL
In September 1951, there were There has been no formal strike order from Jml& L
voluntary US-rate resigna- Lewis, but at" least half of his 375,000 United i' e
tions; this year there were 53. Worked d h
In October, last year, 40 re- Workers already have left their jobs.
signed. Through last Friday, 32 They were angered by the Wage Stabilization ard's
average would add about an- decision to cut 40 cents of the $1.90 daily wage increase
other 10* to this figure before negotiated with mine operators last month.
Oct. 31. .
In the coal fields of Western 75,000 hard coal miners Im
Pennsylvania an estimated 30,000 anthracite sllafts.
Costa RiC, Peru were idle with only one major If the Taftlrtey n
SDi Mimine working. In Central Penn- fails to end the strike, r
Resume oplmatic sylvania a check showed no said the President should _Al
mines working and about 37,000 a special session of Congmf.
R1 nations SOOn man off the job. deal with thesituation. H e
All mines wereteported closed cized the Prasldent for
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 20 (UP) in West Vitginia with 85,000 min- to invoke theTaft-HartlelS
-Diplomatic relations between era Idle. the recent steel dispute aM S
Perx and Costa Rtea, which had m rKe tfcky, a spokesman for Mr. Truman had a "dea- 5
n suspended, are being re- the operators said that as far as CIO President Philip i s
Established according to the is known all 50,000 UMW mem- not to use the statute.
embassies of both countries bers in the state had quit. A long strike appeared
bore. S1 .. WagB-w ruling If no goverlx9nt actiorf .
The negotiations to resume -- mers had en.
ret were carried on b wor because the de- The dispute probably
i pCsarlo C lay in receiving titer h y raise, boil dow to a q .I
and- n h a.= r

Govt. Prepares

For Long Strikef!

Lewis Is Silent

RiTe no be ttlae e .afM
aboard. Tiuday.
He saiktthe crew was a new WON N
one belled to have ben re- 4:44 a. m.
ted in Singapor.5:12 p. m.

'Chest' Off to Good S

Reftied Employes Give
With the Canal Zone Comma- Walter Wagner
nity Chest campaign In its in the Central Labo:
actual day of collection, dona- ed his organfzatic
tions toting 12.71 have al- drive. In his let
ready been ed, according president, Heraco
to 'Dgas Johnston, Cam- wrote:
pat Director. "In its regular
reported is act ual g held the even
M d and does not in- Lodge 14 of the A
elude $83 collected by the Colon action of Governi
committee under Walter R.: Hn- voted unanimous
nicut In a whirlwind drive Bun- the community
day with n-onslderably more a OCanal Zone Con
pecdbefore today is over. and to give it their
Of the $112.71 received at the ed moral support
Community Chest office, $9.71 nation."
was tumed in by Fred de V. I111,
chairman otf gifts from retired
emploges, .
Anoer $N was received from T
personnel of th6 General Ac-
countinp Otie presently work- J d '
In Cal Zone. Judge's
endorsements of
the Community Chest drive were
received from two leading U. S.- Two men were
rate labor unions, the Central for reckless driver
Labor Union and the Amer recn thless drBalbo
federition of Government Ing inr the albo
ployes, Lodge 14. Court.

Boy 4 Fals Out
Of MpkbgAure;
Nod.d* HMr
A' four-year-old boy. Injured
when he fell out of a moving
car Saturday night. was dis-
a tre am the Coco Solo
Nava htai today where he
had b er observation for
a -ufrl fracture.
T child. Roger Bradford
Rolquiat, omed the back door
of the four-door Plymouth
sedan In which he was riding
tumbled out of the car and
rolled into the bmahi beulde
the Oad near the Intersection

r 1 -vLar -UoU iA
non Cross Whitehe
off Madden Road
Emanuel Headley,
Panamanian, was
on the charge of d
recklessly on Gall.
A Panamanian
Was found guilty
ceny was fined $25
4en-day suspended
Bilvia Maria More:
27, was also place
probation. She si
worth $1.34 from
Dam Commissary.
For trespassing
tary reservation of
a 30-year-old Pan
sentenced to 15 day
defendant was Jos
On a charge of v
Manuel Agullero,
tenced to 30 days
Panamanian defend
found wandering ar
con Boulevard with
timate business, ha
of police arrests in
A. bs driver, who
wer a citation fat
.las tat Wmek W
of V 0 todar. '1

*tf ^ ., Bh avol vke--e ona e t tmr..... t w"
T10Pq prtovlsloas of the Taft- Inandsor the- d bowst
Oct. H Let to astalwrwulkout. wage inereise
LOW Mr.. Truman -toa- appoint a Durig this time the oi
11:14 a. m. fact-finding bardand obtain an wouldbe more or less bna
11:27 p. m. 80-day njunc ion against the sidelines. T
walkout. If President Truman b00W
The federal government issued declare a national emergeo;
a "freeze" order on. coal ship- ome future date, he would
T*ar ; ments from bituminous mines point a fact-finding board .tO
under contract to the UMW. The vestigate the dispute and rpt
freeze, which became effective at back to him. The board wotta
$96 12:01 a.m. yesterday, was design- tot be empowered to mae. -
ed to conserve existing supplies ment recomendaton .
of coal in case of a prolonged Afterthe board's report M
strike. President could ask the attorney
r, president of Government offielaf, bow- general to seek a federal eomf
r Union, pledg- ever, adopted a "wait and see" injunction ordering the agge
on's support to attitude and gave neo indication backto the pits for about *d4a.
ter, Lodge 14's that Taft-Hartley action a- Dur this time, the Fedil
hel Gandy, galust the angry miners was Mediation Service could try -tS
Imminent. persuade the miners to return.
business meet- Lewis conferred with top UMW If the dispute was not aetaed
ling of Oct. 15, officials at Charleston, W. Va within the 80 days, the union
merican Feder- Saturday after learning of the would be free to strike.
ment employes WSB rulng, and motored to
ly to endorse WSB h g. atnd otored
efforts of the Washington veterday. SourcesWa
unity Chest said the UMW probably would ef I
Ir whole-heart- not make an official move in the
as an organt- situation immediately. To Head CLU C;
Defense Solid Fuels Adminis-
ftrator Charles W. Connor, who
e Issupd the freeze order, estimated
that available supplies of soft For the third consecutIve
coal will meet the demands of term Walter Wagner was re-
Bench most major industrial consumers elected as president of the Cmn-
enc for 10 weeks. This supply would tral Labor Union-Metal Trades
work against the claim of a "na- Council at the regular monthly
Stional emergency." meeting held yesterday in Bal-
fined 25 each When the WB ruling came boa.
fined $25 each Wahedthe W1 ruindgth came James Trimble and William
ng this morn- Saturday, said the miners Lewis were elected
a Magistrate's couMid g ly a 10rake. second vice-president re pec.
Union mU9 aWid this cancelled tively, while r W. Hatchettc -E
imerican. Ver- their eMetraet with the mining tinues as secretary and Jo4n
'ad ran his car compakles. R. Townsend is treasurer.
, and Gaston John P. Busarello. president of Other officers elected yester-
a 30-year-old UMW District Five embracing 35.- day were Howard E. MulaN
found guilty 000 diggers In Alleghany County. legislative representative: asd
drivingg his bus Pa.. said the men were angry at Hatchett, alternate legislative
lard Highway. the WS's action. representative.
woman who "They don't like it," Busarello Representing labor on trb
of petty lar- sait. wage and complaints board
5 and given a The strike will not effect about J. J. Tobin while Louis T.
jail sentence Shuberg and A. L. Coste wer
no de Ortega, elected as first and second al-
d on one year a mi$ WLO Js ternates.
tbole groceries IWUn Whv J.1I H. B. Cooper was named a'-
the. Madden geant-at-irms and trustees _
'Wanmia To CSA.' F. S. Baumbach, Pat
on the mill- V1l 10 I T and George 0. Lee.
Albrook AFB, Hatchett was also agpelnbs
amanian was N v chairman of the legfalM e
ys In Jail. The MqW IVS q FJ IV committee which meets W-
e Eladio Mo- nesday night in the
A British seaman's curiosity Room of the Administeatdoh
vagrancy, Jose cost him $25 this morning. Budding at 7:30 p. m. -
29, was sen- Rat&l Wharton Dalby. who The By-Laws Cemdtitfta
in jaiL The arivd, iBalboa yesterday as meet Sunday at 9 a. m. In as
dant, who was a pw member aboard the Margarita Clubhouse. aceerdhi
round on An. RuaMne. told the Balboa Ma- to Cooper. who sla chairmandS
tout any legl-ttPbt in court this morning the committee.
i a long line ha d to see If he could Edward A. Dolan. pe B_
Panama. ,.n Amsnerican-made car. director for the Panama C e
failed to an- M eaged with tamper- Company. addire d the M.
a traffic vio- Inut a notor vehicle, and Ingi on problems affecting -pr..
i fined a tCo- trylf to start the car under sonnel.
'ftpo Hennis, ba s atrters 0W 2 on Bal-
i Ps bus kasu M$when he. Sign Of The Tina
nautbord owas u. and dismissed EDMOiroW, A, ta. O -'
a he was to in the at the ship's (UP) --4 n p f he t9ieS so
or Oct. 1. agent. north I-al cbewaen
and for fal- When queui' Jh the judge. munity of Golflelda
was fined O the seaman A I In "didn't changed tt post office an e
know how tore ." "Uk"t1a1."
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|...o o c
i ?"-The Mail Box is an open forurn for readers of The Panama Amer- t
| -,aa.Jtters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confl- t
cdIU11I amonner. t
,` % vyou contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the
iext day. Letters 'e published in the order received.
;4V,je see try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
-_ j ntity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. t
W-4 is newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions t
In letters from readers

I ir:
I have read the "Mail Box" for some time and during the
'pat. few months my feelings have run the gamut from amuse- w
ki3tn1o ama ement, to disgust. I enjoyed the moans of the W
dog-6wners, I liked the gripes from the people on the Atlantic
sfdffabout the horrible MP who didn't like parties (unless bhe
was throwing .tl~1). the fact that the quarters in Curundu
were .belng gassedby the odor of burning garbage depressed me a
no 'tad, but when these people who probably couldn't make c
half"* much m)iney in the States as they are making down
here tarted griping about a moderate rent increase-one which P
doesn't yet put them on an equal scale with Army personnel
who didn't have the opportunity to ask for a job down .here;
t". ,were sent (you will report to a POE on such and such: a
date -for shipment to USARCARIB) it made my heart 'bleed.
.. You people (and I use the term "people" loosely) get a
5.De e cent boAub for doing jobs that a Pfc or a Corporal does
''better, and you are a OS11 or some such horrible thing apd
= aka about four. or five times as much money as he does. Is
that equality?
You can quit and go back to the States, which I have heard R
Y.v. of you ate going to do but haven't .sq a Atnft*; you 4do
Wonder if bu feel that you could la1b Ig n *at compar- t(
-Able job in the States. Is that what is keeping you down here?
You gripe about paying income tax, ,you don't like the
prices in the cp$missaries, you don't like %be MP's riding with
the Panama Pobte picking up PanCanar employes speeding on
the Trans-Isthmian highway, you feel that everyone who doesn't t
work for PanCanal should face to the east ard a4y "Allah"
'.4hree times befodt they look upon your exalted faces. You *feel
that if you should quit and go back to the States (pray the u
Sod- Lord it could happen) the whole operation would fall to
pieces (which it wouldn't).
-, for one, te l that you should be allowed to do it and go I
baclto the ro,. you crawled out from tuw4er and let decent r
people enjoy thesunshine and rain, in this, the best tour of t
duty I have had since I have been in the Army (three weeks S
neprtlaundry dy) i L
'hat's all she wrote, dear John. I brought your saddle home! Il
-Coj pletely Disgusted. t:
I can't understand why the Panamanians allow the Canal c
Zone government to house the non-U.S. citizens. Or allow them
. t buy in the Commissaries. Think of the -revenue- they are los-
Ing by allowing this to go on. g
Bre is a cc try that needs money ~ 1dous- b
1Udollars' t be taken up by sO e- -s
sing and the buying of commiMis-ry upuul 1 be 3h
edto U. 8 4izens only,
tnttseems to' i f that the merchants, at

gh to do this. It certainly seems
e the problems of the businessman in PanamA. t
There is no reason why the Canal Zone should house, any r
S t should by all rights be living Panam.

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Labor News



By Victor Riesel
Some very irritated Republican
gentlemen on the Stock Market
ire willing to go into another ex-
They'll trade, they say as they.
burn slowly, their personal in- i
homes with those of many na-
lonal labor leaders now blasting a.y 1f
hem as "Wall Street conspira- .-
ors behind Gen. Eisenhower." '- '
The angered financial men
hope to reach some Eisenhower ":'.
trategists with a demand that .,
he union leaders, who have '- ...
been attacking the Union League "
Club crowd as a big money cons- _
iracy, make public their own in-
ome tax returns for the past, ten
It all started a few days ago
bhen reports grapevined up from
Vashington that the embattled ..
Valter R,.?uther had unleashed a .,
speech of higher voltage than '-
sual. The red-haired leader o$l
million auto workers said, ac-
ording to the labor press re-
"Moscow's real fifth column
In America today is the Wall
Street gang that wants to turn
the clock back to the 1920s and
who are doing their best to get
back Into power via the next
This was tough talk, even from
teuther. Listening were the
nion's war veterans, summor,.Id
o a special Washington parley
n Oct. 8.
Wall Street is flesh and blood
s well as pavement and ticker
ape and is hardly insensitive
o being blasted as a fifth col-
There was particularly
cent in the liberal Republican
anks which had prevailed on
he Wall Street owners of Big
Steel a month ago to offer John
,. Lewis' minersathe biggest wage
increase in recent mass produc- NEW Y(
Ion history enough to smasn crisis of P
11 wage celligsp right after elec- to do witl
tin. ThefrA was made to Le- I was n,
vis specifcalIf' to remove the bating wit
oal crisis as an election issue. ber precij
Ulysses S.
There was anger Inside this Distinctior
goup of Republicans, who have sBut the
been needled by their more con- Steenson
ervative brethren because they lodge. It i
have kept the GOP campaigners sally like
rom attacking labor. with theli
children 1
However, when they gathered submisslor
he other day, they did discuss From t1
etorting to Reuthet's charges.' 4bly ease
They may just have been blowing a uniform
Wail Itreat.mM ,AQadeq d ves.,e'
decide net to push thelr-program panse of
est it complicate the final days ing brass
if the campaign. tuave stall
leave him
But this is what was said: They I belle
are aware that the labor move- from t1e4
ment. except for the carpenters Ike has th
brotherhood, will spend several make him
million dollars in the next few Penuche (
;eeks on TVYand radio broaeasts general t]
or Stevenson. These wilblanket Adlaies the
he country over more than 1,000 nerately a
if the nation's biggest stations. I am c
Ike's Ms,
Furthermore; it wk isaid that mIddles aa
such unidns as John-Lewis' coal ashamed
miners, the ladies garment f,)rm, her
workers, the men's clothing a sizable
workersm,4 steel worere e J*i e Thisls
auto union, the teamsters, the son has nr
railway brotherhoods and oth- If your ne
er Stevenson supporters could wife with
fall back on combined treasur- you got n
ies of well over $500,009,000. It has a loya
was felt that this was labor's are a del
privilege and no one on the uibtlety.
"Street" was talking of a labor v'-itles in
b -r wn* hi,.1i nn&a a I

this group that despite consider-
ably more enthusiasm for Stev-
enson in Democratic ranks today
than there was for Harry Truman
in the '48 campaign, the party
machinery itself is much less ef-
ficient than that of four years
-'t was said In this meetibg
that the Democratic precinct
workers today in hundreds of
metropolitan areas are labor peo-
pla. It was obvious that routine
union activity had taken a holi-
day. Such unions as Walter Reu-
thefs auto workers had thrown
fully 75 per tent of their region.
al and international representa-
tlvee Into political work across
the land.
It was recognized that Reuther
himself is among the lowest paid
union officials despite hbs Impact
and importance, -ut there were
those among te anged,whea
were for an Immediate doxad
that other labor leaders Mfe
public their income tax reports
and expenses-and match this
data with any representative
group among the active Wall
Street Republicans.

Such names as George Bar.
risan, the nation's highest jaid
labor leader, WereJhkrwn bate
the political hopper. Harrison,
head of the railway dhrfks, new
earns more than ;15=e a year.
Petrillo draws a total of.67 ,-
00. Lewis, Me and about as
much In empeses. There are
many others who draw from
"MW toN P P and ea" ease.
The Irra -4pu
that this Wa tme Wvv m_
half a millt In income overthe
put 10 years for most of their
toe labor opponents. And they're
wflunc to exchange ineMnO and
expense accounts and throw Il
Wall Street to boot.



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ORK.-We have arrived at a delicate It does not
political nerve in this nation, having tell that Adla
i maintaining peace in the family, tiods from the
ot. aQoud when Mr. Lincoln was de- vuung female
th tteihenEfi6s, nor do I remem- I cannot see
iely what firewkoks obtained when Iaen I am no
Grant was running on the Man-of- alluring. You
Platform, wedded to. shi
operatives tell me that from coast to the prettiest
subject of Mr. Eisenhower vs. Mr. aoyles for facc
is unsettling many a formerly happy Maybe Adla
s apparent that the children univer- allure with 1
Ike, and are being rather difficult Clark Gable
r pro-Stevenson parents. Dissatisfied Frank Sinatra
have ways of torturing parents Into loathe muscles
n. r Ruling out a
he standpoint of the child, it Is pos- stand on pin,
r to buy a bald head if you remember perity, you we
under it, because the mind's eye pro- the simple chi
y g caQp C the glcU _g _-, the ra.or-toni
skull. Swor4s amdnmedals aidncw. kr Neither-one
attract the beast: in the': brat, while horse. Steve's
tecraft and witty sayings are apt to clothes and B
pretty cold in the kindergarten, the knack of
e that Ike may be getting some play looks lonely itr
ice old ladies with vote, t'obetause We are not
he kind of holmesdn kisser that would in regard to
an easy lion at a q "ia-pVrM or a-. -ohy Bay, I
orgy. There is consld able out the. salient p .lflts
iat appeals to the -oth sstlnot, ts.ume sa.ati
resembles a reasonably ,ha ht baby. motherhoia.
oo austere in appearane to. drag des- Neither has
at the frustrated-mother ~et strings. the aedanc
certainly hnot original .i n. -sFg that redheads over
ie Is a& heaxy-pus monM w eld might bWy
nd the olds, becauSe 'M i in fesmale-torn a
Grammaw and, as a pro on'A pkst- never otn tell
grin and her bangs oeght to be worth I bring upI
chunk of votes. I. Dects of the
oae department in which Mr. Steven- are still uncles
o possible contest with Mr. Eisenhower. hunch that ir
ame is Adlai and you have a separated votes get snat
pronounced Republican sympathes, intrafamily Dr
o chance with a guy named Ie who If there is t
1 dame named Mamie. Not eve If you sege, I would
non with limericks and -a- shark on lousy haberda
That Ike-Mamie combo buys a lot of is still retain
the voting. rv T.

miter Winchell In

seem logical to me, but you hear
I is grabbing a flock of fluttery
Young female (single) and the
(married). .
the guy as even faintly sexy, but
authority on what females find
have seen instances of Amazons
rimps and deliriously happy, and
dolls I know got guys with Sgar-
i is setting a new standard for
ong noses and high foreheads.
made lop-ears fashionable, and
a caused a decade of dames to
much vital points as how the boys
death, taxes. war, peace and pros-
ould sa that Ike edges Adli sd
arm department and conaede o
Iue categork-..: ; I
Is goI rafte?!s 1 .caolth!f
isenhower h s not yet master
appearing out of uniform. Hef
Sa sack suit.
precisely pure where either stands
Giants and Dodgers, television,
bubble-gum, Juke boxes and other
of considerable import, but
rural reverence for cats, dogs
expressed any views concernln
ce of blondes over brunettes or
browns. Ike has a twinkle which
him as a leg-man, insofar s*
appreciation is concerned, but you
these seem~~k unlmnortant
waning campaign, most f which
ar to t]is voter, because of a sad
n the final stretch run a lot of
ed from personal idiosyncrasy and
a sweeping statement to be made
say that both candidates, affect
shery. The necktie ehamp loship
d by the retiring chieftain jar-


MEMOS TO THE EDITORS and "that it's 100 to 1 he'll win fideaS, (nd
Any trucp agreement offered i pf Droop).
Korea by the nite Natons (and- by.
Dean Acheson) uist be carefully' Tip to Drew P.: Get off that cancer "oc'"
it may contain eoneessions which ou are plugging...He is not a doct&r...7
refused to give. If we make cone s n; George Welborn Ferguson of Ecuador (for whO
(that wq refused to-make a year ago) thep you-received $1,000 donation) o .i l
have wasted many lives and there Is a 'though Dr. Ian McDonald or KM
judeasting that we mlhbt grant them to Couaty Hospital...The r
utilities" before election Day. Politics by highest authorities in
what they are.. .Everyeoe wants an Immediate .,Merck & Co.. who were lnagsted ( h
truce and an honorable pease but any decision one of your friends in Ecuador), sen their .
must be without political considerations. Robinsop to Ecuador with FerU #aa tug
So, wateh MIk Aheson, once the lawyer fore'hack to Y. several gallons the e
Stalin's Soviet Union. "ing solution used by the Indians in EgUador
jangles.. .The Merck Pharmaceuticalg hemists
The top show in town is at the U. S. Court- :gave it a trial...It was not found to'have any
house where more leading comzhies re on trial. fet on human cancer... We all asp"eMte
...Ip another courtroom U.N. emplhe,. bla4d y your wanting to help fight. cancer. w
tkld the probing United States Seuas t eth- yew are being conned.. .1 reor OB to WPim -
ing...The Latience of Senator oral Hospital's to doctors/. nell Wa Sw
tNorth Carolina), Senator Herbert to Ecuador (to visit Fergauon) aMd legortt '-
(Maryld. senator Homer Fergu favorably on his whatevrttl. .
Ran), Senator Pat McCarran(N 4 ---- -
coupsels Bob Morris and Roy Cohn (for theri A revolt against the editorial dbi A .thei
vestigating committee) is amazing g... Sen. campus newspaper (The Daily
O'Conor finally let off some steam with a de- tor) Is reported developing at
nunciation of one "American" employee (at the sity...Studentsu supporting
U.N.) who kept q king Trygve Lie's man (at the deptial candidate isenhower ( ef
tible): "Is It all right for me to answer that?' univerlty) contend that the esMaM
.After many hours as a spectator, we finallyl (whih recently came out for e
had to walk out for some fresh air...The sink idetl candidate Stevenson) N M
was suffocating. '"self-mportiug group of Lett-w UI
--- ..-whoe donea't think for the stadeg r
We walked among the Broadway gamblag
fraternity early this dawning (for tue an endw The suatien ias worked As .P
In a many Tays) and they Inquired: "What to these student critics: per
about tae mllionaire you mentioned tn M thought (once in control taM
te Imueaay ti *bht wo wants t bet W ,s"~,s s tO tat
W mao at 7 to 5"..." e is nredy," we nsage... tnere
nd"Is ISgM the law for me to my that t wl beeo te &
or tl h abot any of yea t=A'.,. T e

Skahis toI..aUAeNdds wlp
ofthemstoo .unom
3) gas e win Floria

.. votes from N. T Cal.e Odhm,

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Drew Peqrson says: Boston banl ceM h iotllia. 4( Ike's
train; Secret Korean war reports indkte n big push
contemplated; Stevenjon's sister woud relish beig
official hostess. ,
WASHINGTON. -.A small eruption took' placl aOrd. the
Eisenhower train recently over a Boston banker.".
Hea Is rig. Gen, Robert Cutler, preualid Ioft, Ol'
Trust Co., friend of Senator Cabot Lodge,.and pU' boa the
train as personal aide to Ike and a sort of ambasskaor for Z0ge,
who was Ike's first campaign manager.
Because Cutler's dutie s were, undefined, and Ob
an energetic gentleman, Cutler soon rose to be i top
the Eisenhower brains trust. He branched out Into t
ing, sat in on policy sessions, Ishued pronouAcemen
But one morning at.4 o'clock, he routed, the Iec- n
prew out of their berths, told them they would hav t
work on the next speech, though actualIy it waanti lea ihe
next evening. -
This was too much. The speech-writers 'had ofiy jit it t
bed. They rebelled .
Cutler Analaited. Finally y thi tld hbi where to geo
back to bed.
Gov. Sherman Adams of New map1 are, op:ant t, hItI
Eisenhower camp, backed the- up. h
Adama Is a small, plea t person, uaily mildvae d.
But when he sticks out his jaw, his fapelooks le ne
shire granite. .
Adam has now demoted Geti. Cutler. 'e is ie a a leas
often heard.
Getting behind the day-to-day headlines here a summary
of the Korean fighting, based on secret Penagon reports:
The Chinese launched 56 probing, attaeks against our It in
one day last week, then put on the pressure at he weakest point.
This happened to be in the Chorwon valley, wer an Amerlean
division was moving out and a South Koreamn Tivion movtn in.
The South Koteans hadn't yet dug In, so the line gave wayr-
However, the Communlst. attack failed to-penetrate what
the Army calls its MRL (main resistance line), but poXude a
dent in the OPRL (operations resistance line). In other words,
our main defense position. are, sodly Intaet.
Meanwhile, the Chinese.hve wheeed,upan impressive array
of field artillery and even. front-li. s ntI-aireraft guns. ,
Last week; the Chinese lobbed 20,0100 rotnds of ariilery,
across the line and for.-the first time threw flak'at our planes up
But there are still no signs of a big push no speed-up, of
supplies, no massing of reserve troops, .
The press has reported that the Unlnese have moyed 1.000
reserves into the battle area. This Is not the case. Tlie Chinese
have simply been. juggling two front-line divisions, not bringing
in reserves from the rear.
The Pentagon appraisal is that the Ch.lne. are deliberately
bleeding U.N. troops, knowing our regard for human life..
The Chinesealso may be trying to-str tighten 6ut" the Wbattle
line in order to improve their bargaining position at thia bntor
ence table, in case truce talks are resumed.
The lady who would be hostess to bachelor Adal 0#e40on,
If elected, his sister, Mrs. Elisabeth Ives. -got off.o .open
comments on politics recently before the North, Colnal bo-
cratic Club of Washington D.C
"The family didn't reisp that Mli waI .W good story tawr
until he left home," she quipped. "He never gott"a.chance to tlk
at home."
Telling how here brother rejected a campalpgn pro to
make a special radio broadcast to women voters, she cti.ued:
"Adlai reasoned that it would be equally .silly, t6o lnt a
broadcast to barbers, storekeepers, bus drivers or other.vocati.
al groups.
"No speeches should be written esp olly r
are interested equally with men In betterwbrk'n'copdalt 4
prices, schools, public welfare, public health, plic hon
rural electrification homepeace, and other es."
tell you whereto gowhat to t ho
to, but they don't toll. y wI $

'ill? ecome the White House hostess? Jst l1t Ad al
mee" ;" ,
Two Bridegrooms.-Foreign Minister 'Athiny'Ieii ptro
Marshal Tito during his recent visit bt WeIgrade at th1 re
British fleet in the Mediterranean would rush to Yugoslavoas
aid In case Russia attacks. 'lto in turn told Eden that lugo a-
via now has 28 first-class army divisions and Will fighl to the
death to resist Russia.
Tito and Eden got along so well during their conferences
that they ran out of problems to diopaus and began talking abtut
their new brides.
'Atomic Artillery-The Army's new 85-ton atomic ianixn
can travel over highways at 40 miles per hour, shoot more
20 miles and I so large that. the crews in the front and
taw. to each other by radio. The Armz finally cut five feet off
the barrel and was delighted to find that the guns fired more


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'O -RE "cake "iced t" ....prte kin wa Wito CthiMnese Reds Man Die Of Cancer dei i
iewonr, NehlWr.ncoln's h etty rg Addressy WASHGTONo Oct. 20 (UP)- CHICAGO, Oct. 20 (UP)- cleReseHh.A HeGd Ar a
t. im- Dll Vtof arm hoto r P hmie .UM Wt a aof tHet tt elr t Wher fios ettyu- burg Addre A rlvrm re-en- Miss aela a ae was sir Claude Corea, Cylon's am- George Lines,. 49, wsot found nustn--ee tS atwould. Md
p T aetad inr AsAlvdinn tereOon s.te tt ard on hir s birth-es acted before a crowd of nearly only tWO years old hatt itme bassador to the United States, dying today, with a pistol in his wiper to-move in an
Larhe wedding took plaed at Moraun Cof Tei-go Cor ined anniversary. s humoroDuri lt o bc,000) today, and aind-y eor-oldr bui desraed tofayfs pleans idtody hscount its cobbed- Whand
the p deary R. wmoam sso N r ebr S aiy d itteat l fo the bun ,o1, 83 dat 'eon toaiae said today his country is consrd- hand. fat i
The r eontdt urd took place at ide of i-f te bColled e ~ an g of the trad olrto woman sai It ws Wth like a"a ad like my mot ring o-eri ng trade with Cotrade with Co Hi .s law. Ira Haley ..
Lt e n artm o .O.tdrd wit prei ereuonni n t the cwomne rr sas ong he was ented a mother told me b- me- o a munst China took the pistol aday and called .,
a i e at t he o n ptr Civl War paldnt's oay' panstakigly Corea said his government has Dr. Gene ins .Wdng.
craelle oficiantig oal th ne two mebars. He is cup cake topped with three famous speechsvLinesta bi eve d h
Whiter gladioffiwith palm tatied ith the 70 Boa lighted candles. Mr. Ward ex. a was cw odelivered a_ fi eenaoin mens t of the tn- already sent a mission to tthe he do-tn ow thatele
White gladiboliccwiordayovdihono0athe3t0tsaBoatmbriaapprecamtionfeelisgwpoyagaunth elooebuyingeChinese rice. was dying of a gastrichhemorrh- h ,
were uedo d Pallsiaec BtaRh tti ore t w her: 3M70. Beam rerd is appreciation feelin-y a gaunt sx-foot to onln v was a, aed oOlean t. ChBia mainland to study the Lines d a caicer. believed hea nin
fe Wert used to de s the Batoe. at Fort herman.l Phmre dlt datre in h e ateO pmarkea theo mse hmaen eh v
pe ltradiionl m eoicaM hais 1appl ea- Ray GiddrtoEe, who was t e bt ia i oo psbtobe icng ofda gasc h-
ht9aeLf ain- o eipohthnreke dhehthe ot sliarPrwise hum Ma- nHe adende ueyn has been hay- age and gave him an injection.,
The e owmC Altn r Membes ^rsc tun cnstJ hsn ae, mrs long, black eoato Irncoln ing difficulty selling its rubber. day.W ong signed certificate,
te r e onhdn eM.dreseodon- verend Father WIlliraom races werrewarded with Hal- Tone o'ly deviatin from the on r ov. 1, 18I.ares
Tbrids entered tae chU Finn, C. ML, OfficiAted at anWia we'en fars, detail of LincoJus visit to this Lincoln's arrival on Nov. 1 "We nave not had any kind of attributing the death to natural '
ri. red inn C. M, ficated at an own mot wa site of one of the main battles and the events of Nov. 19 were trade with Red China so far," cause
0i8an of se s urch ofprs the Hroly Fmi t carrie out in the decorations of the Civil War was the back- eiescopeci zor tam ai lUo s Coresa said, "but recently that l
ni by She wasvW Church of the Holy Family brat w-fresoments. drop of flags rom- all north program. And orator BvPara question was raised. Unofficially -tana g ta nt aunder-
in her, red ie was h rt ely which new members were In- aderchre of the and south states. Averett's "Mal alaress' prece- EI have heard that China is wi- bullet hole in each temple.
n hei she own os hitTe stated intoiety of the' Church The lary arrangementTs for the par t The detail was confirmed by ding Lincoln's was cut from the ing to supply.Ceylon w ith some There was no blood. The bullet
ftte di*gloet n b odice was coy- dis who Joined the society at e Josep' h Irving, Mrs Miss Susie McClain of Baltimore, original one nour and J ,11 quantities of rice." had passed through Lines' head :-
ered whih a al jacket'hav- this time were, Mrs. Willam s d o e gMrs. a ting e utes to t a cemetery program and was found imbedded in a
iee h d nernckllne, fehed awel, Mrs. Mchaela Schom- Howard Hanris, rs' rt et- owned by JennyWade, the only wmch today tale unly 30 He added that the Ceylonese wall of his bedroom.
trod Roetj Carpenter tan colla rMrs. JarMich el, hMol.orightandruMrie.Urnw.e oman klodL in'tlhbattle of minutes, roter d
c gl lw Imeer Mrs Mrlctr We oman killed In --battle e s t of the details Cabinet will make the decision Police listed his death as
eMbr Rrenlter a clan Mr.reland reLrt vson. PT .anhe n 7us3 ow -w it her suestrateash ti s on whether to trade with the suicide and notified Wong of
William Allen, Mrs. George Don-' Gra. Mr.daughter iitat e rcie-Chinese Communists.

emdtdle3B eil. She carried members. Mrs John Greening, Mrs. Schultt are In ch f I f 1-63loomotive, @the iache Tin R S BtpmdrsaS
K la s wh a n e pamrl .anb k rd a with Theogr oup wa s searo p wtedr e adaT --tonzchroetnh T a0 eTS howmsWo at
an*or uet from which shaped table decorated with Leon Egolf, Mrs. B. B. Gray, neflt card party to be given to- Perkins, wlich drew five equal- TOOay Sho*s.: WA.SHINGTON (UP)- There ,. CRIa '
te aeto W. n red ara and red tapers n Mhar C. Hernnt, Mrs. Freda morrow evening for the Rosary ly ancint passenger and Bag- LAST DAY 9:15 pn. are six communities n the Uni-
S eea n s hwerTders. i i Boydna ton Mr.John Boydton, Altar Society in the Reception ae cars.sno
y was At the guest of onor table Mr.and Mrs. Taey White, Mr all of the Holy Family Church he cheers were far heaer none named Esenhower, accord-
Lthe onl attendslf. She woz a werne seated ervd e ahandMrs. Fred r .Newh Mard, M rs e ilert at 7:0 tody a he went to the Wllis IN o o u
botla fth flowe r l wereh a o the l-Mrri aandh rent o m rs. RTh om as G ib nr s E wei l b e a lard pes rpen r Lep rote co s me c st Th aetve on artAl
d lue ove Se'a rrie mb es. ,to and Mrs. Lee ash, Mr. and p.m. and the admission charge ho e now r sto ere n ctcut, entuck Mary
d r e s s b lu e tT hi n g r o upF .a s s e a t ena ttaC .r-beMki nsth ehne w s u p e r i" T H o
quet o i ladil and she thers On the Xsthmus, and the mer Stern, Mr. and Mrs. How- There will be a door prise and 600 posed 4 the inebriates whQ On Transisthmlan Road, be* land, Minnesota, -and WtucknMary
a! eb th s C. M. with Mrs M ihael Bri Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brun- games will be played, to the tliie of we'lll ang Ade hind "AStesD y Ofieios" School I
t hair. om ki resident of the Society dage, Jr., Mr. e iand Mrs. Joseph Linroin from a sour apple tree." N
served as best man. Mrs. aul Voa.ght-vice-pere dMr Irving Covered Dish Lunchen tnchheears that were strictly A.Di t/.
SfreceptiSon was her.d at the ent and Mrs. Cyrus Field-Se- -hMrs.cWardswerefavilThowedhisll oEild
en's Auxil aiary oftehret tun try Cemet ery. But theOheers
2:00 O'O White ladio and Mrs. Eugene Dler, Mrs. Geore nMrs. Trank Meehan, of Fort.eHans l of the Ga tryctp e r uts the ga e s 111 NIGH TU T

The four-tiered wedding cake arrangements for the a pior their wedding to Lieuten- at 12:15 p.m. Members are e-headstones form a mute con-
was tOpped withw a miniature were: Mrs. Irwin- Ramsey. Miss ant Peter Kinsella. quested to bring a vegetable or gregation before Lincoln's rtat- .....
lily of" the- valley blossoms, and Mrs, Charles ReiUy, with a miniature model home. B. Buena Vista Place. been asked to speak as his Get-,
wor The bride cut the first slice, af- Otheremembers present were: Over thirty ladies from the tysburg Address. edEmlyn Wiliams directed yc;Ienein

ter which t was served by Mrs. Mrs Earl Dyer, Mrs. Thomas V. Post called to meet the new- Auiliary Meeting The words four score and
'hrhir.Cs.M.rihye, Mrs.TM. Kaerd toMeeteoageort.,uMr. andHMrs.LJosephIDOO theDIABLO: EDWARsoATpplONin
obert F. Alexander, assisted by Kelly, Mrs. Gilbert Furey, Mrs. coer and bride-elect. The Women's Auxiliary of the seven..." were delivered today
Mrs. Charles 8nyder. Marion French, Mrs. John '- Margrita Union Church agast a backdrop of f I a g f i ATE
Mrs. Robert Carpenter an d Doeti, Jr.,t Mtrs. James Reccia hold their regular meeting at from all the northern and n. "
Ms r. e. McMullen alternated and Mrs. Leland Laron. .h7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the southern states which were .miS
at the punch bowl, and Mrs, The monthly tournament and church. Co-hostesses for t he locked In the nation's gre at ropf-.te",' Wed., Oit. 22 Thurs., Oct 23 ---8 n.
Frank Meehan iwas in charge of Riomeking T-im r.a At luncheon of the. Panama Worn- evening will be Mrs. J. W. B. struggle when Lincoln journey- ....h, ,.. e ... a .e T
the est book. ard Tim es Party ens Golf Association was held Hal and Mrs. J. S. Palmer. ed here four score and nine Tickes at Dagmar's 4th of July Ave, or Diablo
SFolloweing the reception the A Hard Times Partye was held saturday at the Brazos Brook yeasPago.
bride and omaleft for a short at cthe Atlantic Saddle Club Club. Rosar y Altar Society r Clubhouse.- all Panama 33347 fro noon t. .
foneyweoog at Hotel El Pana- SaturdAy evening by the Grace f pTwenty-seven ladies were pre- Meeting Tonight
Tas. "S-..Adr iwe rpm. dKityb aot reserbf Lnon.
m, hd are now at 'home at Group of the atu u n ion sent for the morning's games. The Rosary Altar Society of It's Mor tim TONIGHT!
rt Sta.unrNch ayfmMiss Toby Ely president of the the Holy Family Church will
-oi bherman.llsb Church Mry Jor Monhearefatck mer- L r
Ill Brighamariedbo nth MrsCheJyroup wAssociation, and Mrs. t. F. hold mie meeting at 7:30 p.m. in "ask'dtpea.,.,isGe.
sshebridutthaepember 29,and nas theirsband s ee.roup h Huldquist presented the awardsithe reception hall. The month- -A e El ad c
te est. Of W. ant d Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newhard. won at the tournament, during ly communlion will be held No- anamha eanal eates -
SM o ndramMeelan unftllt her wed- of Gatup, dresses iv onion and the luncheon. r edtovemjar 2.
Sdi day. She attended Naza- potato cks depicted the pr- Mrs. Sylva CarpenterK of Pa- -----------------e-- I.
rUth Chllege in Rodhester. sent wardrobe troubles of Ca- nama had the low gross with Imortant Girl Scout rabacJames CAGNEY IDan DAY
si Ret'nt Kirpent n o na l Zone workers and received and 84, and Mrs. Marie Parks Leiders MeBeting aL BOA n ATdRE1 GLORYI
U' t R. IX.Micuin Aprl.l:Hesa the prizes for the l et costumes. of coca Solo was. first low net. There will be a meeting of ue -Crndstat edsh
The next meeting will be held Brownie and Girl Scout Leaders d :1t,& :6 ingr esay DWd.,0-0.22SuA." ,.,
t o wl d rsl nch on of th a n a ae enat a iPacific S id e C lub. of N ew C ristob al in th e base- w h enL o ln j ourn ey
-n ment -d f the Cristobal Union HDaABLO HTS. Ms | SP PANAMA fRO WL
-tbk NrT Am s M P. a nd Mr. Gringoire Church, Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. _____i_ N_ ,_ __ | e_ _
p ERSTICAY. goDCre, retuand lMast cele Grin-w hood chairman will be selected. y -*s ela SewrAVIDP AeD Mei
e at H otel El Saturday evening1by the G rac e sent return, l ns t sWeek from e s. rhe Ro s ary Al S oi ty ofTA t oA Np D AVI A G E Fy Yf o
,4dR ar nowatrom e at.Groupo..f .*.$! .h Gn5 vacation spent in Prance. Most to Gatun.. I' ., TO I1
SKIRTS from ...... .... ..... .......... 1.95 of their time was spent at their .e- PEDRO MIGUEL aTt 73 .,
BLOUSoES from............................ .I s ame Ty1 ro t pened rutha d e new t o
LcATHER HANDBAGStfrom ............. 1.95 York on Gthe e de France and C E N -T LUCKY lMONDAY! I
SHOES from, ...................... ...... 1.95 ^ Ath m. lH "ON DANGEROUS GROUND" $250.0 PtCIAL CASH PRIZE!" .'
RLeutionK Up tO $sO. on all Evening e aS. nd Mks .e Mri MARGARITA P sk H. S al Na"ocH Also' OTHER CA PRIZES..Z.!
Msnd CocktaDreses.s Meeks of Fort T y El1E a WmOW" 1 I On the Screen: EDWARD G. RifiiNSON. in
d Ct a il r.o/s e Oulick, returned Saturday fa. ... .Lr- AC T 0 R S A N D 1 N "

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Wednfesday 6 ThursaylI
The great French film-
Anna Ferraro.
with Michel Kal


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g 'you belong to the Armed Forces or if you ,have a steady job come to
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with Glenn Ford Ruth Roman
Denise Darcel
Also: -
The Fight Against Public Corruption!
with Walter Ptdgeon Audrey Totter
John odiak

9*Wnd~1l Corey Gary Coper, I
Vera Ralston, in "HIGH NOON"
"Will Blue Yonder" Also: -
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Qrgo and Freight-Ships and I

prvicemen In Korea Reeal

'hat They'd Like For Xmas
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'ITH MARINES IN KOREA cans. Fresh fruit of any type is:
( U, With the deadline for at a premium during the win-,
n .4Itng 'packages io Korea for ter but it must be well-packed
C Iso.,,as approaching. wives, to keep if from freezing.
p: rlnts, sweethearts and friends To feed the soul, send your
of sT n Korea proba- man plenty of reading material
bi yt.a-wonderiing what to send so he can keep up on current
oN,'i'eas for Christmai events. Books, magazines and
X'1 rv.y conductedt by 1 he home-t own newspapers are
"I t Word, offidcal news dai- high on their list.
ly First Marine Dive-ion
inda a at the~flrines have A pin-up calendar will bright-
no r ArgylW#~e cks, plaid en a bunker's drab interior and
nm Ir long-handled un- he will be able to mark off the
de'r .days bringing him nearer home
Last but not least, send plen-
R ii cold weather "loth- ty of pictures. Girl friends and
lng ar issues is more than wives not ashamed of their fig-
adeP u or their needs. ures should send one taken in a
1I t place, the Leather- bathing suit. It will keeo your
nec .s d welcome inexpen- Marine warm during a cold
sive wrl Watches of the water- winter.
proqf-r proof variety, porta-
ble radt with extra batteries
H avy5, duty old fashioned
can Hle i* welcome always and L
can b, used to light up tho in-
aide of a dark bunker during The y Way!
the Jlopg winter nigtts.
G 4 .ai le lanterns are issued
to their i never ehorpgh !u go
aroi n f you send your Marine
a 9 Me, lantern, be sure you
Incl c* ettra gas mantles and
sev ai:)4ra generators.
T( f the inner man elimi- .'.
natq 'ua cakes, candies and Boyd B4o s Latin
cootle and in their place sub- American Jr" begin
stit t cbeese, packaged soups, at 260, wi t includes
goo Oolible coffee, tea, potted airline tw orttieon,
or qtler delicacies ia jars or first clasli .
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S.S. "LIMON" ................................... Oct. 21
.S.S. "TALAMANCA" ...............................Oct. 25
S.S. "CAPE. AVINOF" .............................Oct. 26
S.S. "METAPAN" ............................... ... Oct. 28
S.S. "CAPE COD" ............................ Nov. 2
Freqeat freight ftllni fm Crist6bel to
Wt Coat Clal Ame ican port

Passenger Sailings to
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Sails from

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Weekly Sallings on Twelve Passenger Ships to Ney Tork, Mobile.
Charleston, Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle
We wish to ,announce a new special round trip rate of
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weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles or San Francisco,
returning from Los Angeles, tickets limited to four
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mMe .m ?,.L. i, Crusade Radio MRA To Sponsor Stewards' Council ... .
7 19-5, 4 n ,O9/, q spk Report Tonight; Dancing Classes To Meet Tonight Wanan Ent h a..t
Sn r- -n- .....Meeting Tomorrow Again This Year In Udnions Office IeT mAhI U afent a ds
.6 Mrs. Bernard Frost, Mrs. OtisA Stewards' Council meeting e ne treaty
At a n Ng ermoEy itKaI SlostCbol at Fort Wil- Mrs."-W. S. lreland, Mrs. Rich- tivtlikwere announced today, of the Margarita Recreation As- at Local 900's headquarters in has already met with outstand-l
lau.D. Data ., Msus Shirley Anne Brighmom, dap l hterta Mr. oard Jeiiks, Mrs. N. H. McCa ley,nhThe'frstJRat:4 a era pot to- sociation, announced YesterdaY Lam.Bca, commencing at 7:30 ambitims ing success in G% Britain
M n H. Brigham, Sr., of Aloebosr Y., beam e Mrs. Thomas .er r- kM night at 7:45 over latation HOG that the organization will again P. m. export markets. w e'aI at
re_.and Mrs. eter F. Knsea of oailteS N.. Wendell Lir n d s a y and .- can director of the 1952 'Crusade. dren living on the Atlantic side, tend this meeting and to be pharmaceutical man, with exceptional prospects
under the direction of Mrs. Ann repred to discuss the prob- for the future. For full tr-.
yd R a ba go _t George C. Orr. The second is a meetitig of Pa- Damians. lems affecting the various areas agent cularsw
Dt Alse leaves For rakI Yi R Yeo t scific Side representatives tomOr" This year, as in the past, Mr. in which they are located Ltd 11 Waterloo Place. London
trate the u- Villarealt of e o Officers wives row.nlght at 7:30 in the "Salon Damini will give classes in tap, Th sessions of the council, SWI
pme C of Juaa of Te- of the, cub. The coritest was Club Meets de 11 Americas" of El Panama acrobatic and ballet dancing, designed primarily to familiar-
ucigal~si the Ist s dr- open to 11 schools In Panama The Fort Kobbe r0 ff I- e r s Hotel ports with the children participatinge stewards wth t he special
g tb w .'l end fdr Sout~h Ci.rty. Wives Club held a recent lunch- Committee reports will be sub- divided Into age groups. chpocedures to be adoptedcin
proeduresg- tO be otreio incw o
Amerjfldf r a visit of4st. On Saturday, October 25, a eon followed by an Interosting mitted at tomorrow's meeting group will meet twice a week for their daily functioning, are
eal ay t here as the picnic will be held at the home talk on the Idlans of Panama and final approval will be given three months. The cost per child open to the union's entire
houpi~est~of> .th hiAbbassador of Mrs. Matilda de Ia Guardia by "Jungle Jim" Price. Colored to the program for the Crusade amount to 112 for the three- membership.
of Honduras to Panama andrat El Caney, Arraijin. All mem- slides accented the lecture. for Freedom drive, which will month period and broken down intoOAle"ssons____am
Mrs. Marco A. Raudales-Planas. bers of the Inter-A m e r I c a n Gueats at the luncheon in- begin with a ball on Nov. 11 and into lessons amounts to fifty -O-D
... Women's Club are invited to at- clouded Mrs. Surine, Mrs. Jes- come to an end on Dec. 15. cents fo reach hour-long session.
TeaMrs. A e Johnson and ad swimming suits. T ho s e diane, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Wiser, Mrs. weeks spent with relatives in Mrs. Diuiant will hold class MODERAE IN PRICE
a Helwd tJohnsonRe s tnd ureisHata iromsWdne y u MODERATE IN PRICE-
Mrs. SubeXt Turbyfil wsere co- planning to attend are in- Barth, Mrs. Fanalor, and Mrs. Montreal and Quebec, Canada. registration from Wednesday n Non.mgnefc,
hostesu Sat urday a fte r- structed to meet at the Club Wigmall. til Frd between noon and 4 Non-mognefic ,
noon for a tea give at the headquarters 'at 10:00 a.m. Sat- Hostesses for the afternoon New Isthmian Arrivals p.m. at her home located at 8060- unbrkabl
Johns.n residence on Balboa urday for directions as to the were Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Fos- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis of B, Third Street, Margarita, Tel. A Silver Service of unbrokoble
eh y were assisted by route te Mrs. De il and Mrs. Peix- Boquete, Chiriqu announce the 3-153. Imperishable Beauty crsta
Hac -sr Mrs. e orgeWright, F w D er"Ondispaw. birth of twin sons on October The first class s scheduled toesacc
Hackett reWright.Farew.ll Dinner On display was the new six 16 In the San Fernando Clinic. meet next Monday.
Mrs. C ollinge, Mrs. Ro- HoRenors Bernetts iece coffee service which has S olid Silver
ger MissG Oladys Elkins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Dan- geen purch sedfor use of the Mrs. Ummington To Visit Solid Silver
Miss Ha tarr, Miss Ad leis of El Cangrejo, entertained club and its members. In Alaba
Drew, Mk-Qrace McDonald and with a diner on Sunday at the The club ie sellingLChristmas Mrs. A. B. Rimmington of Be- tanus Kills Girl
MissAlvin ree an Panam Golf Club for Mr. and cards be ng native Panaman- lla Vista left Saturday by plane -She D cked Shots
SMrs. Richard A. Bernett of Bal- Ian scenes, flowers and cos-(for the United States where' she -e TER TI j lN Ls
FareweMl- Lneheet A. boa and Mr. and Mrs. Richard times at $1.25 per 4oen with will be the house guest for sev- CARBON DALE, Il., Oct. 20
Union Club -"oh e.- M J. Danlelson of Gatun. proceed$ going to chaty..Those eral weeks of her son-in-law sCn DALEi Oct. 20- s
Mrs, Osatldte -eB home oMr. and, Mrs. Bernett plan Intersted may phone Mrs. CuFoster and daughter, Captain and Mrs. R. school two years ago se 7 ral Ave 137
was the guest ld for new honor F oto leave theIsthmus R.n the min8- 84-3283. At the NOvember John Herick, of Mobile, Ala-yed ool two years ago rather
day at a farewell luncheon giv- near future for Indiana where coffee the Fort Kobbe Officers bama. than take an anti-tetanus shot.
en by a group of her friends at they Mwill make their new home. Wives Cookbook will be placed rt Last night sh died of tetanus
the Union -lb: Mr~n Chrrto. e en sale. Miss Wine to Leave for U. S The grl, a freshman at South-
Silpher va mbthe wife of the cr- Shower Hnors Mrs. Bowen Panama whe regular monthly bridge CatMiss le Daught Wine of Amrco. e etanis university, contract-t
ary of the Brailian Legation. The Woman's Alliance of the vend canasta party will be held who plan to sail for th al Un- r on her foot last August. T I
.. Unitari Society gave a shower October 23. Non-members ar e ted States on October 31,is thel A rdoco that whenst. sx Mi,1. '-

unitarian societygavea th ew i ts we lcomer so Mr. and Chapel in a group this evening *A
nter-me W ens Club on SaMrs. Jamet Tribbl e and chil- at 8:00 to r her brotler-in-onsy for ash thw wr Ten e he Jewelry Store

S u home of Mrs. Norman ltonin hade'y llng Mrs. Foster and sister, M r.cGlade, a departed R. school two years ago, 7 Central Ave. 137
coffee was held for new honoreof Mrs. Cfrarles R. Bowen. 84-210 or Mrs. Hyde 84-3224. C. e er of Pedro Mguel. stayed home.
members the Inter American The Committee n charge n e ed Saes.
Women's Club at Headquarters luded Ms. W.. Ireland, Mrs. Tribbles Welomed Home court anta Maria grac of th 18th cJEWELLES ALL OVE
recentlyat which timetherice Richard enks, and Mrs. Elton. From Vacation Tor oe ite o a son on n soary
for the best my on Christo: Those attending It h the Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Lauded. Mtra of Court Alemancta. Maria, No. 447settin
pher ilb IN THEpr scented honoree wB reMB.s.C. H. Haman Panama were hMrs. on Fri dayCatholic Daughters of America
TRIIAN'S KIT evening with a buffet supper i d Mrs. J. Edward Ho eaptanal one $ .7

givman Hoen k welcome to Mr. a Ebdon, ly, Jr.n group this evening
S" r., ".Mrs. James Tribble and chilMrs. -at 8:00 to recite the Rosary

J FOR THE HOME TOO! de ,- --- The rSlr~rdgetSrn- Sa PANAMA (0
gie Darlngtoni Retarl to Isthmas ment win be played this eve- $TCRLIK S
A ,s ndren who returned Hoe c e n t I y Mrs. Anita McGlade, a departedINAMA COLON[I

at Tel. 3-46h3 recently by plaeost from ea vacation of two months member.sted rtelpatin are
spent n the United States. invited to attend.
00N Bridge Club Meets Arrival Ot SoL
Mrs. J. H. Jones of Pedro Mi- Mt."'j~d M !nberto Aleman the sweeping grace of the 18th century J., WELLIPL AND OVER
guel entertained recently for announde the birth of a son on in solid silver.
Ithp members of her brnige club October 18, at the San Fernan-'
at her home. do Clinic. U.S. Sales price $25.75 per 6 pc.
Those attending included Mrs. Mrs. Aleman is the former Place setting. .'THE
IN THE B. B. Powell, Mrs. J. H. Million, Maria Teresa Healy, daughter l
ELECTRICIA 'S KIT Mrs. R. C. ,ei.aner, Mrs. Tru- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Hea- Canal Zone delivery price $18.70
Jr., Mrs. E. B. Verner, and Mrs. --Fl -WMAYri
A. Bergland. Bridge Tournament Tonight'FH",-rin' (
V Darl ngtons Returnt o bthmus ment will be played this eve-
EMIRESXS PAXA AS, S. A. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dir-Ining in the Card tqom of the
EMREA P M Tel. 3-4603 lington of Bella Vista returnedIHotel Tivoli at '1:00. All those
: ... + Yrk ollwln a ae~i~n0 nvied o aten, :+' 'r -;recntl byplae 'fro Ne iiterste inPll~elstlrl re ~tN--U-O-N "

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Ask any sophisticated traveler. He might mention
Braniff's friendly staff or superb accommodatioos or o
other things. But he'll admit there's quite a.diffe*n .
just as there's a difference between a famous original Ir
and a copy. And he'll say "flying Braniff is flying at its finest."
Your choice of two wonderful services:
El Conquistador, luxury DC-6 sleeper planes,
or El Intercontinental, fine 4.engine tourist lirwrs.


Fer schedules and reservations, see your travel a0I0
or Braniff International Airways
Avenida Tivoli #18
Telephone 2-0729
"ate i,E Panama
Telepon 3-4726 or 3-1600 b. 130 -'
C"on Tikt Office Telephne 779


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Cv^ assceds T uman's Nazi PCra 'A.
YoiSell 'em... uen t Tell 'm th P.A. aIssifieds! ia Cauldron To Boil
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama O flcal CauldroT B
0 1 t.^7? Central Ave. Col ,i ?
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 (UP) The White Hoise "But now te national o
Lewis Service Salon de Belza Americano Carlton Drug Store .said today, it does not know whether President Tivumana sta an, a
io. 4 Tivoli4 Ave.-Phone 2-2291, a4 p1 % No .5 tWo t h Street 10,059 Meldndez Ave. -Phone 255 Col6n sawid tpltothe firer er ted whnhe occusedtheRe- t
P, publican Party of following Nazi principles. aboard cs in order to
orrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Prop and e Estudiante t. 2wordi his swing through N w England, the Pr i e l
Fourth of July Ave-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-310 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 3C. each additional word. dent sent a mesae to the National Jewish Welfare sport. td
r, y : Boan'd in which he accused the Republican Party of a in ac
"anti-Catholicism and dnti-Semitism" because of the newsletter of A .o
E L NEOUS~ FORSALE RESO RTS1UMME CIA GOP's stand on immigration.-t "theaADA fi
S FOR SALE MISCELLAORSALE RESORTS MMERCIAL He also linked GOP presidential candidate Dwight in nt~hdsaan,
SHousehold Do you have drinkit pbl*in Automolles Gromlich Santa Clara beach- PROFESSIONAL D. Eisenhower with this attitude through Republicans who lar attack by SE'WiarP S I
Wrobe, A e*ep*. ae.Ze. FOR SALE:-Used tires, posenger stoves, moderate rates. Telephone supported the McCarran Immigration Act. Mundt (-8S.) ...
with two mrror. aond other house- 0 & commercial at Agencias Cosmos. 6-441 Gamboa, 4-547 Pedro Mi- epubcan ovohn Lod a nd a or-
hbold furnituirP, ery reasonable DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. on Automobile Row No. 29, tele- duel. RATS are Republican Gov. John Lodge anti-Cathoicism and anti-for- To im l
p,..,ice. Hours f rom 8:00 to 12:00 Estudiante street No. 140. Between phone Panama 2-4721. il. OcaConnecticutKarde cottages, Santo EXPENV G STS. ata d the Me while i.1 Adla posters' t i
p. m. Ap. San Reno No. 14. "K" and 'J" Street. Phone 2- ps. Oceanside cottages, Santa EXP IVE TS. suntr- atta d M e e A dA
House 075'Apt. B. Williamson Travel via 'AREA," "the Route of icon Tobacco Products nc No e and oe l en o
lo B b ca' after 5 p. m thPd Neghbor"ENONRSE 21 JuoFn Sos Sree. FOR RENT USE man, said Mr. Truman's state- ment" of Alger BMis tha t.Uher m u' A 1.t h
PER COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI. FOR SALE:-Packard Sedon, 1942, ment was "irresponsible." D oratic prdeal -
S PER NA.00 ..NEW YORK, $101... $300.00. Ford Custom 1951. $1,- Apartmenti M A R,- F R IN Mr. Truman's return today inee.
SGUAYAQUIL, $7.00 .. ..QUITO 750.00. Telephone 3-3424.A AA Rat & Mgave him a short break in his The statement, ued by the
Attention pupils Ond Students. Ivy 120 F S Two ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS at & Mose Killer gvem hell" ampaigning t Voiunteer for Stevenson. Com- Art
Harnett w : 13ue Sa1room donc- $86.00. Round trjp MIAMi. $120. FOR SALE:-Late 1949 Ford, clean, Two and five room furnished and (contains WAR-FARIN) keep a Democrat In the White mittee, said the GOP nominee A lA
es i e i 60. .NEW YORK $208.60 .... low mileage, leaving country. Must unfurnished oportments; private n-f Houke. a D memle r nth e frilelrdty tli SS
ihg Instructio, first week in GUAYAQUIL, $13$.00..... QUI- sacrifice Tuesday or Wednesday, closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street GEO House. was a meemberof the bowrd t of l tr
November Haett&Dunn. TO $154.80. BOEING 4-engine $925.00. Duty paid, Panama 3- New Crstobl. Telephone Colon F.NOVEY, INC. MeanwhileBernard Bach trusteesof the e dow
N ENGINEERING. Corrective planes. For more details see PAN- 4074. 1386. man______for.________Peace
stment of the dy Structure. AMA DISPATCH SERVICE. oppo- 279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140 who abhors intolerance and said when His fw its e laoD A
stm rge D. BorbJr.. No. 1, 7th. site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- "I certainly don't agmree" with The board, whi at.
Tel. 2-3 By appointment. 1655. PoSition Offered T P|esident Truman's claim that that time was GOPf1 oder the pubica-
e 23. By pp i t r. WENOEHAKEo eco cnc. Position Offered V B o c s MODERN FURNITURE Eisenhower actually is allied cy adviser ohn lil, N _ll__oe ad rad
FO Estudiante street No. 140. Between WANTED -Cor Salesmen, whole or g with forces of prejudice." voted to table m a' resignation nt ml e ra
F L"K" and "J" Street. Phone 2-3479 part time. Must be experienced IT OURsHOW-"oM The Republican presidential when the former tStte' Depart-
P Pon etP 27ana., and alert. Phone Panama 2-3330. "The Last King of Paradise," Ipcover nominee's headquarters produc- ment aide was accused, of being delt w nr i, t bie membe
aMi8 __Del Panam___________--------naltPePnm2 a colorful history and biography Reeloolter, ed a laudatory letter written by a Communist, the statement of a" ro "
FOR SALE: -** )irebred Dalmation -New assortment tropical fishes, WANTED' one of the new books placed in aa the latest move to counter Mr. The statement said Elsenhow- The tatemen aIied b
(COACH D puppies. Ordinary 30 types. P6nam: Acuorio Tropi- circulation during the past week 77 AutO low Truman's. attack on the nominee. er "never publicly ,xps nd, dis- Biddle and AD v *hair,
back & *witq or rare liver & col,. I Via Espooa, opposite Juan Miscellaneous by the Panama Canal Library. Tel. 3-410 "What I said then I still think approval of that action." man Inclu H
white. 365.- New Cristobol, F S e o 4 C _
whte wshi mahie to by or to traFranco Stables. Phone 3-4e g 32 Co- tradiThe book s written byc fatugene now," Baruch said today when "urely the refusal to accept Humphrey (D. and Her
phone 3-E7gs aon. 8066 A, 9V2 Street, phone WANTED: 25 cycle automatic Burns and tells of the conflic- questioned abouthisletter. Hiss" resignation copstituted a bert H. Lehnm 1.'I Rep
FOR SALE:-Eos ongle like new, 1251-B. s m o o ing traditionss and tragic fateof Tiansportes Baxter, S. A. ,Since I have known you as a tar greater and mor spersna Pranklin D. (IF
40.. .22 model 513-8, Sealed bids, in triplicate will be re- payment Phone t odm. 3524 Dad Kalahaus and theRodman- 3524. major,,' Baruch wrote Elsenhow- endorsement of Alger iass" than '.Y.), Reih6 dean a
match master, cro meter sights, ceived in the office of the En- cratic Polynesians in their en- Shippin, moving, storage, or in the letter dated Aug. 7, "I ay action of Steynslon', the Union TheolSmy I
$25.00. Loyvre 33 '/2" x 40", gineering and Construction Direc- WANTED: One horse power 60 counter with Western trade and We pack and crate or move have grdwn to respect and ad- statement said. New York ther
$1.00 each.r 5515-A, Diaobo. Tel torPonama Conli Company. Bol- cycle 110-220 volt -motor, also traditions. It is the story of a mire yourcharacter,ability,gen- Stevenson has be criticized resident t A
S2-3216. boo Heights, until 10:00 0 m. 1 ,000 to 2,000 watt light unit man, the culture he represented, anything. 'Phone 2-2461, tiness but firmness, and above for giving a depoition reporting Wore
FOR SALE Upright Piano in good Decqmber 9, 1952, and' then preferably 60 cycle 110 volts and is also a story of Ame 2-262, Panam all, the highpurposes that have Hiss' reputation t as good whei Mewhiler Mbse of
condition. Telephone 3-1566. opened in public, for furnishing all Phone Cristobol, 1009, .4:30 and other interest in the Pac- motivated you in all circumstan- he knew him in government c Oen b
dplantItools,requipent, materials 7:00 p. m. fie. mor ovrrnoi- Was tey by
FOR SALE:- 0 Bss Accordion. r te WANTED:-1-2 or 3-4 HP 60 Cyl.atThe complete list of new books r abhorrence of cant, leStevenson himself was report- oge biwlug
year old. -Ic'box 60 Ib cap $10.- in the. specifications to be furnish- motor and small air compressor. Appliedsence- e's auto-l a ed today to believethat Demo- l toor
00. 581-A. Gavlan Area, Balboa, ed free to te contractor), labor For spraygun, P. 0. Box 346, Fort mobile and gasoline engine en fields of human relations have ratic hopes inTeas are "bright- -
Tel. 2- 9. and services and for performing Kobbe or call 84-6137. cyclopedia, Dyke; and Testbook One. A. and OILLAC bright affection with respect er" as a result of 1Ti campaign The ritletim. wqa levlted
.J R SALE: Double door Freezer all work for construction in the of office management, Leffing (Palmer Grada) and admiration," Baruch wrote. through the wavering LIe Star sen, Qdorg D. Aken oVoI
'. ype Frigidaire l Refrigerator 8.5 Canal Zone of: well. S -- ind3 pj The New York financier, who state. '2arded ad thM
cubic feet 60 cycle. All porcelain ITEM A-Construction of Twen- Saturday: a 12 noo&. was adviser to a series of Demo- Aides said ,the Democratic pre. ih' o l n
automatic FRigidoire washing mo- ty-one (21) Quarters Buildiigs Fine arts--Twentieth century 5 Pe Avenue TeL -211 cratic Presidents before he fell idential nominee felt his recep- Homer X. rt sl a
c"'.chine, 60 4cle: Both like new. bnd Appurfenonces' at Balboa. painting, Munsterberg: Matisse; (1 block from Lux Theatre out with Mr. Truman, has nd tion In Texas was "friendly," de- whose views are me onsera.
8025-D Margarita. Phone 3-2889. ITEM B--Construction of One (1) his art and his public, Barr; and publicly endorsed a presidential spite the switch in allegiance of tive.
Type 431 Quarters Eluilding and Read 'em and weep; a treasury candidate this year. most of the state Democratic or-
Appurtenanceso Balboa. a of American songs, Spaeth. James C. Hagerty, Eisenhower's ganization there, to the Aepubll- AlkeI, who hap toted' "rt
ITEM DC-Cor-dl Townsie Con -Travel, Biography, History- press secretary, said the August can ticket .Meore on many Isaes, ~
gram struction. iPromised land, Lowell;. The last letter was publicized as Risen- The Democaftlenominee alien- p0rtetr
ITEM A nc e king of Paradise, Burn;is Lo- hoer assembled new political ated top TexasDe i ts with 54wth or de
o ur Community Station Bid chdus M of rposls Wtt rN idonlades; trade tales of the ammunition to fire back at Pes- flat position su o fe e e r.w .
s.-- i C- specifictiotl, a' nd full particulars eighteenth century, Stebbins; ident Truman and his chargeI of al powers the red-hot tile- Morm. d : h
may be obtained from the office and Battle report; the war In M "gutter" tactics as the oOP nom- lands o Rat. cons nable compro w
of the Contract and Inspection Korea, Karig. "MC"' meeprepared to 'oen A 30- StOverSa ted c or
HDOG -84 0sion, Room 336, Administra- NORTH Is -The magictan, 'Gren; .e...' h rof h etM ar- day bawhere
(Telephones 2-3739 or 2-2698). 9Q6 thirty-two, Kantor; Vanishignal d w, d'what thought he wso* esN E
Whe 100.000 People Me Specifications and drawings will be i KJ 10 instant, illar; Indian sum er, gnerally of Mr. Truman'a attack a crowd of bo BC ltevlo po e
issued on a deposit of $40.00 for 4J 103 Sylvester; Drum singers, Shaw; BALL ROOM DANCE INST. on Eisenhower on the point of homehave co to dae Mors. foSe r eba
Presents ao combined. sa t.-overing all Wate i LASrT d.$ and The age of light, Wetzel. an-em, don't agree," Bar- son th%, o fins eas f
-K, ... ITEMS. Deoito , if specifications and drawings are KQ 764 Added to the Reference Col- OR O RU Ruch a Wd. still U ve an chance of w in
Toda Mond Ot not returned within 40 days after 10 0 5 9 A 432 lection-Handbook of Latin A- Asked f r whom he intended to winning alae ny ont," he o ft front th
Today, Monday, Oct. 20 opening of bids. 4 3 2 A74 merican Studies, Mathews; A vote, Baruch sawd, "I have not said Jo gly. trth tha t r s
S M us ford Monda Seled bids i 4b4 4 rA dictionary of Americanisms on NATIVE LUMBER said yet, but I may have some- Amitans (or i puppet et the Mi
3 '0-Music fthr Monday words L i Fr l Pbe accepted at the 1SOUIT1 historical principles, Mathews; CALL thing to pay later. There can't be Aetioe ADA today hrpy 4de- chlg Mnator said "A man o
4:15--Sngers on Parade 3822, VFW post, home Curundu AAJS and American art directory, Ma- ROY WATSON any doubt as to what I think of nied what it aledI anbmrd Senator ow tellect should
4:30-What's Your Favorite road, Until they are publicly opan- thews.Telephone: 3-M23 ht Zilenhowe." hargs" that it is "let-win" nowbett
"'4:00-FADSA" FASHIONS ed at 4:00 p'. m. lst of Nov. for SKQgS Children's FIction-The road Avenida NaciojW 43
i 3hF orthe "soo ilo win anto O, Baum; The brave firemen enhower headquarters had req e I pen depni-liben- politi- Alken was asked if he believe
645-Lowell'Thomas where Is, l &ated't thWe post fiome; Neitherid L and the firehouse cat, Bradbury; ceived "quite a few" messages cal group, whldh is uppoig Reptilan senators ry
7:00-Take It From Here (BBC) One used commercial type beer North-South, 30 part core The little fat policeman, Brown; Balbo Chapter expressing' shock at Mt. 'rur- Stevenson for eu,.enad'i r romcmite -
'-110r-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS cooling and dispensing unit, 10 BB, ast seoth West Nerth i Henry Hare's earthquake, Clew- man's attempt to link the OOP has not hitherto "btethered to LteS QP
REVIEW 17' 8" long, 42" wide ond 38" 1 IN.T. Pass 2N.T. es; The tower by the sea, e Meeti T Bnominee with "anti-Bemtism, comment" oattacksmade o it bolt.
7:45-Here Comrs Louis Jordan high, center, twin dispensing unit pa Pass Pan Jong; The tale of Mrs. Tittle-
7:45--Here Comes Louis Jordan of stainless steel, and storage of Oen ing lesd-Y 10 mouse, Potter; and The ghost t at Tomorr
8"00-Evening Salon heavy gauge galvanized metol; Oarnet l-odge, Ducombe. H Ir omorroW
8:45-U.P. Commentary complete with l 12 HP compres- A meeting of the Balboa chap- SA No. 40 CRA FOR A N I
9:00m-Oliver Twist so.tI w1-2electh12Children's BoOs Replace- t. aIocal 900, GCFO-CIO,
9:00-oliver Twist t0otor, 1]0-220 mnTs: Andy and the Nn 1AI
9:30-Playhouse Favorites Volt, 60 cycle; qualizer tank A a general rule the best de- auherts: Andy The little fire e be held tomorrow night at .
10.00-The World at Your Win- eeress condensing coil, and motor fense against a no-trump con- gine, Lenski; The merry adven- 7:30 In the auditorium of the
ow (BBC) fe cooing compartment, with 1-4 tract is to hammer away at a tures of Robin Hood, Pyle; The Palifle clubbhO .,.
11 -00-The Owl's Nest HP compressor tank and 1-4 Elec- long suit in order to develop Aeneid for boys and girs, The annoncement by Eric
Midnight-Sign Off. trick motor for dispensing unit, tricks with low cards. If the de- Church; The Odyssey of Homer Oakiy, chapter chairman, Infli- -
imitati on marble top, all controls fenders switch about from one Homer: The Iliad of Homer; and cates that the evening's agenda r
and equipment irnjone unt; one suit to another, they usually A child's geography of the world, will Incluede, among other things,
Tuesday, October 21 nstol lot on needed for complete: help declared, flllyer. two iupo t reports on.the ac-
A.M. un t r ght is reserved to reject pny In today's hand we see the ex-___________ tiitie ofthe union.
6:00-Signl On Alarm Clock or all bids ception to this rule. The best de- The firstore will give the
t tense was to switch from hearts hig to of week'smet.
7:30-Morning Salon T I to spades and back again at Soviets Start wte etek cmiteet
8:15-Morning Varieties every opportunity. Th hand is e other Will be president Ed-3tMsi M er BJ Tl nu i mlads tro t ; Ue x"i cmmitte
8:45-Hawaian Harmonies d than a model to be followed. B.. .. the met ment develoSpments ini
9:00-News er Bab i i West opened the ten of heartsOn Baltc Isle 0th orlo tlaos FULLER BRUSHES NEED NoItB
9315-.acred Heart Program and East won with the ace. East .... the matter of 1othoitis be- RUN
0 s-- See It andnm De.laes promptly shifted to the seven of MOSCOW Oct 20 (UP)- A tenion c utr is"an e '
10:05--Off the Record O c spades ad South had to play leading oviet biologist said to- A speal feature will be the Wknow that h r. the.
11:00-News grICAnmOth Otoday 20 (UP) lo If Souith had put up the ace day Soviet scientists believe showing of films on labor made
11:05-Off the Recrd (Contd) r iandmother today lsted 10 of spades, he would have lostiman's life span can be extend- available. -.-. : '"
11:0-fMeettheB rd nidles which she said sere suret thOOpa hth a en. ed toatleast 150 years. LOOK AT OUR BARGAIN PRICES
12:00-News mother." pacns and shifted back to Prof. Olga Lepeshlnskaya, 81- W
12'30-Popular Music said that of the 10 she considers queen. Declarer led a club to of Experimental Biology of the1 m Y. IBA GAINS 'R
P.M. two most important: be tolerant knock: out ..att's ace, and East fSoviet Medical Acadamy, made
1:00-News and don't everdo the baby-sit- led a second sade through de the statement in the English '.
1:15--Personality Parade ting chores. clarer's ace. language bi-monthly "News." Were NOW
lil-ES1"G0:^ ^Traid3 a:o" ^fcuthh~ "ou eW--a-- -- y To W Na Brues. ... .3 .9 .e iConte ^ .<
2:30-pirt of the Vkngs srandsons eis first v.ce-D. spaes. If he did, h abw till YORK, OC P hik r a 2 .
2:3045--pirBatteit of the Bands sident of the National Fed-ra- sure to lose three spades and 'e okCt was treated to WlIMS. 6 2 .0 es O I
3:00--All Star Concert Hall tion of Grandmother Clubs of three aces, so South finessed the is a owston before 8 a. 4.00 1.95 Glass (least .. 1.25 .
3 :15-The Little Show America, Inc.. now rholding is jack of sDades, and West won m today awilU ons were en Hai*r BkO N. "A ')

3:30--lMusic for Tuesday 11th annual convention'her with the king. West promptly W" o1te0 woMo. l u;row
4:00-Sunny Dayr These are Mrs. Long's 10 ruies switched back to hearts, knock- The t. ure
4:15-South of the Border I. Be tolerant. oine out declare's last stopper in was 0 i a fltrr7y. t by 9 a:d ,' *L ,. i iI
600-FADS AND FASHIONS 2:ng Dfclarer could get nowhere jUV"J t n s above- %g ;. ;47
6:30-iHawal Calls 3. DonW dictate to your chil- without attacking diamonds. so zerd aswrd fo I. thif t 1.60 1.95
645-Lowell Thomas (WRUL) dren's children. Eaat got ln with the ace of diaO CUTS' a.. .4 .
7:00-Ray's A Laugh 4. Don't pla' favorites with monde In time to cash his last i FR C S hd
7:30-BLUE RIBBON SP OR TS your grandchildren two hearts. Thr contract was T P. iC B. 1.95 .25
7:0-RE e n dren 5. T b Otsr hldre'st 1chil- therefore set two tricks, with two U M .7.s

8:30 anke Masters Enter- 8. Prac tic s r te i Soo u .o ul #he, .e ade his c 1.40
8:45---U.P. Comn" ntary 9. Read to ieen a eamt of t ,e plugge away at hearts for all i B l
9:00-Rhythm Rangers times. they were worth. For example. i
9:30-Piano Playhouse 10. Grow older gracefully .suppose East takes the ace of
10:00-Dance Music hearts and leads another heart
10:15--Musical Interlude to begin with. South wins and
10:3O.-Variety 'Bandbox IBBC) knocks out the ace of clubs.
11:00-The Owl's Nest For Sale 1946 Chevrolet East forces out South's remain-
12:00--Sign Off lIng heart stopper, and South o
4 door. S white sidewall knDrrks out the ace of diamonds. *Deswer
Explanations of Symbols: tire. Easy pavmnts. East can now take a total ofe
VOA-Volce of America Lefenre Park thr'e rccs nrt two lone )%-rts. 4 t
RBC-British Broadcasting Panama Whrn F,.-t h '-"n- so. South is .' .- "
Corp. I le P(IV to Lake th. 6Lu 1t...twe
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aMWI t- Kid Vs Wallace Wilw Cracks iev s Scheduled

Sih n Boutto This Sunndy Recrd Winnin. On lite, vicee Card
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to id mal Colombia. Tla te-rond will r It w-iBl be he y against the Navy this Thursday eve -
ore a n at r 4abSMtoreo tia afl Tan- dof-r n a wh twesa'o enter the rinW a st twelve
Oc^^ sitel wo1 sS n ttj : membersbs a 0600 0 0team at .the oo smokers.
nfat natheaP n6a0dtor00 ---dm -ig e *0 mai between Gard

-ut ab- roadTjnr bJlas io u _.,! -WlAIwRy n ...h b... a. bil .. a.thrb 'u t I ot r bote v f l e" men are fo m

abro Kd a t limit of 12 pounds. The four-year-old brown bsn of the 0,th Q Frk
~ughto jh 4 Le s bOL n it d e or a of Penk flower-a!acen ged w. Chk Chesek et the t er
uao al a Rit d knd toy ".the saint as Worrell, the dstanealn : 0 204/ too*'o M'eto ein's.3M ltoIo Th. Same. Mc-
a l -but will oundoubtedly be ready t te former mark of 2o 6 et Aler of the .. .
.,'." for alnam dthe a ttlmpo at lst October by Thiercelin. -- -- ,
back In the bi timen t American Jokeys who were
fight has all the eanmarks of a beatfl b the English horse In
Sfi ----fu K T"g eniunethriller,0 the first ratmin of the .M,00 .- l. 1 r e 0
beIn two of alttwoout IFoternottlRraesuyttheyhAe yS
SBantamight Ch1 aby The't E henr shcored h
_______________ Green -i rtby decson, then 11th strait victory as only one SOUTH Butler 33 St. Joseph's 0
by=a knockout. American horse Ht oe 20ilrlaville 20 Ashland 6
SteI t all these excellent bout ar "Ruhe" finlah in the Van'blt 20 Florida 13 Wittnberg 27 Oberlin 0
AWI AiDOWa aren a enov a the a mone Ruean Oecon. dTenn. 20 Alabam 0 Muking m 2 Wooster
aettDAISNattnilne uabe th a n e SJoe urey Johany Adams, who Duke. N 0. Statl 0 ualJohn C mrro 32 Case 01
Written for UEA -'Seice Ibarra of Ch$riqul and Dlaiger excuses." And Eddle Arcaro, wo Ma d 38 .NAv q Scott AIRo $ Great Laker 27
.tt h eat Dis oif Panama at a 118 pond rode the favored "Grek Ship" Ole Miss. 20 Tulane 14 Pitta. (Kan) 28 8. W. Col. 0
lea~4, ast the.eAo ihtln limit 4n a tour roawe..r and tlnished out of the m.ony, Wake Porest 9 .t 7 MSattomb 0 Il. St. Nor. 7
anto a tp t.m oc mt says "Other horses just ran M. State 27 k 14 8. Dak. St. 60 No. Dakota 6
-ma h e .l past me." Vir 33 .. 014 BAI Stalta 33 Indortate 0o
tam t or U an In other major races, Gren- olW.I ld. W48 tl 'n 14 NItt. Nor. 19 Northern 7
,three runa, l-.uan I V tre table' "Tbm ool" won the ,co 21 .-a, 8 oankton 47 oou U le ,
wnait ahead, 7--. a d o5J I 00 Orey Lag Handicap at Geo.Wa&am 6 0 s 0c Weatern R. 20 Wash. (Mo.) 1/
.* The home JUaaei DiVNfenS .ew York. Mrs. J. M. camp IAjcune 23 Dayton 19 mrtdlev 40 Wayne 21
.. coe to-1 o u'1 Linge "oLarm Ellis" took the Pad IL 59 Cherry tA. 0 0airtoent 21 Concord Col. 19
bate, .WA- the $ '10^, Monroe Memorial at W. rg 31 Wash. & Lee 13 W. l. .20 Im Nor 7
bases with two F1b TfC Rocklngham, New Hampshir. Centre 8 W Tet. 6 Pru 40 Midland 7
litp't n rain 1.'Caablnean 8. 3.0 "alumet FatatV "Two Lea" won Hamp.-d. 28 J. H pkn,, 25 Pere honest 27 Olivet 0
,e pm.. 2-.t 8.20i,4 .0 the 20 000 children's Memortal La. 22 NW La. Stt 0 W. M tch. 1 Toledo 14
._- oat should be 3-D- deBo ob Hospital Handicap at Bay Mea Alabama B's 10 Ga. Tech B's 14 Albion 32 Hope 13
Se final score n eC-thene dows, Calrfornia, In track record Staunton Mill. 39 Val, Fore 13 Adrian 19 Hilladale 14
re.,JH ? W $ 4a y n6 1-Pro t ,40, 4 60 tIme. Ao d '8rktle's It ge' romp- Ratid -Macon 45 Bridgewate 0 Alma 13 nalamoo 12
e ll 0, ed hame In a the 40,000 Vinelad Monomeryr JC 26 Gallaudet 0 Bake 20 Bethany (S) 1o
.."0 i .* ,t Handicap at Garden State, New Pat'x Nay. 20 Chlncot'gal 0 St.. Cloud 20 C emldL 0
S reverts p Deable (Casablaa.S, Jert. Tampa 6 Stetsohn 6 Empor Cl. 58 Sterling 1
0 r T b beeae Port Bennng 2 Jax Na 20 Mnot 38 Eottinea For.
for 9l asSpotricPs enf Nl Va At*1 Mtoerb 2 0
e-has ae...a heconn. lof* nNe heEnglishho erseIIn
t e.8 ., Miss. Souther 20 -. E. La 12 BNewMx. 1 o. Mine 7
-. We d the -- iie .:., L.k DyU ,t? .o Davis ,lknS. 40 Salem 6 C1ut. S n pe nR. (Ml) 7
i -ioNiIthal .i .. (Hodhite*s ) FOOTBA. Marlon, an t. 12 Middle Ga. 7 N. n Mo. Tcra. 26 Moa 's
4-age th94 aest sofr and stay Coaches Jim Tam Of Ma Eory Henry 3 Maryv'le 13 Ohio Northeyn 1, Bluifton
Rutitherford. 1-Volador 3.S249 land and Eddle ardelata of NSv Georgia 27 L. S.lY; 14 t. tnWon 7 Akrou
S2-Vlmrroal ay there wasn' dirt p-Ala. State 34 Lvtone St, 6 Hiram Marietta L
..4Brooklyn took over idi- 3-o Babe n involved in. Maryland's 3 -7 E. Ten. St. 14 O'son-N'man 7 ^. iwer 7. Lewis w (Ill) l
as t.ooolntokdi don Te ,-4Gdnae6t re any
pated puemelon of first place 4 ea: (VoladrVfarieal) win over Navy despite the Ark. Prosh 14 L.S.U. Frosh 0 Stevens Pt. 13 Whaater M
S J 1 defeating the Cbs,. ejection of seven players on per- southern St. T Hen'son St. 13 Barham An erson 13
SCi wHe the Car- FIFTH RACO .b sonal fouls. Both coaches agree, EAST Hapo2ver 20 Manchester 7
5y wre bSoth dp iof 1-Black Snambo t.60, ki.20 however, that It was one of the Penn. 27 Columbia 17 Franklin a Tay8or a
ar;' roughest games they have seen. Pitt. Army 14 Neb. Wes. 14 Doeanr 130
rRtee b Penn. seeon, Nebraska .0 )e.aM82on o Geo.ktown 14i
leaore for e top ,an t A PRO FOOTBALL Yale 1 4- Cornell 0 Rose Poly 33 &RCk 74
days o The *ei. 1-Trafalgar 4.40.0W San Frane 40, Chle Princep' Laf Att 0B H0astings 18 Oadrn 12e 0
at 3m0 Beaspn 1 Har'd hinte 20 Grand Ramo ds JC 7 n1trri 0
S.a s jhl Pitt1burh 24 SHol Brown 0 P0oeopS.04 Conoordia 0
o D G i onn. Maine a
-.L N w Tren at. A 0 eilbc 55 So. Il
S. (TfaarC York hmore 33 amlen Mlich. Tech1 No. M.

n T kme be wonder the ent h Shnsb'g 58 Ktuf Warburg4 Bue VIsta 12
Oaituiel W. a wis Idea- from thOADrh Carhegle T, 13 D AI'gheny 0 Ottawa (1..) 48 .rWaneen 42
A Robert Boucher of England. won Frank. M'shall 31 Drexel 13 la. Tchrs. 47 Augustana 0
the first running of the Inter- Bowdol 28 Williams 19 FMndlay 19 Defiance 14
ar e ad a t 13 WAr A 6laho Dan. t.'
2-rlsu r 3. natWIs.onal Saturday. Ha"ty House Lrs 28 Cheyne 8 MarshaIll 6 Y ,orow
$3 Milu 3.80 lcan entries to finish in the mo- Amn. Int. I3 St. MitchaelPs 7 Conc'dl (Neb) 32 Tarklo .fe
S. to ...V .. CmRockno $hm, ney. N. Hamp. 14 SprlSgfield 14 Wm. Jewe6U40, War'sh'M 0il
______.___.._._______ *720 nay.Colby 13 Trinity 6 Bacome JC 60 PearsonS JC 7
SN'asterli 20 Bates 7
-. .$e" Wesleyan 27 Worces'r T. 14 SOUTHWEST
t d 8.2 M Bucknell 22 Buffalo 0 Texas. 44 Arkansas 7
SUrsnus 26 Havert'd 19 T.C.U. 7 Texas A. & M. 7
Sihal re fti T O A Y Penn. Mil. C. 22 Moravian 10 Teas h2 Ctephn Austin 10
Rchester 12 Verm't 7 N ka. 25 E .Cen. ka. ol..20
3. St'dsb'g 14 Mansf'd 13 Baylo 21 Texas Tech 10
2- -1 omRhode Isn 26 Mass. Yabte0Christ. 26 McMrg 0
dhnboro 39 Thcinel t a Stm. 28 No. ,Tex. 13
Vi Doubl|Westm'eter 14 Grove C. 12 8. Mr U. 21 Rice 14
PW'"esb' 35 Be thn'y (Pa)B 2 6iotA3 WoreT or.0
SSlippery Rk 32 Ind. (Pa) So. Cal. 28 Oregon State
SI Norwich 43 Champlain 1 Colo. Col. 40 Montana St. 13
1 Hobart 13 Utah 35 Denver 0
-ir "14 N. Britain 0 Oo1. A.*M. 41 Montana 0
e fl~ J4A9f| W. Chester 74 Lock Haven 6 New MexicQ 7 Wyoming 0
14 16 and 4 e e4 Potomac St. 0 UCA 24 Stan
SU. 33 Wm. Mary 28 Washington 49 Oregon 0
Zisst~13 M7leiT 1 Calif. 27 Santa Clara 7

t |ah.-Jeff. 20 Geneva (Pa.) 7 Wltwort 20 W. Wash 14
Swldgeport 25 New Haven 14 ave 33ne Pomona 20
aID$. 0, .4no2L M ioah 03,i. Wa 'h. 14
otre Dame 26 Purdue 14 Whitman 27 U. of Brit. Cot 8
State 48 Syracuse 7 So. Dak. St. 80 N. Dak. U. 8
Bol- 43oo e 48 Iorthwegstoen 14 San Diago NA 7 Ford Ord. 8
SD h42 Iowa 13 p Penn 56 ars'w Mar. 13

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t roughes game theyhavsa 1 Rm 1pon Ches ter 74 Loak 3
aT Louisville (W. Va.) 14 Pota 0
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Thompson KO's Greenkrass Most Intriguin
Black Bill In Rookie Since Stanley Mus .
l k Bill In 0By STEVE SNIDER
I United Press Sports Writer .
LOJ KO15Q I NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UP) A left foot in the bucket on t
Lal Rond Bid -0-ott1o
new baseball name to remember pitch stance. That appear tit
over the lon .W .at~ .ayoff Is doesn't distauia1o
Jim. reengrass of Cincinnati.
Lealle Th6mpoh, 125V2, ain- He's probably the most intrig- Greengras v4s obtained from
ed a surprising' last round uli National. Leagu rookile since Beaumont of t the Texas League
knackout'in tlff -nighthheatoeStanWuaslal broke- Inwith the where he e.. 42 homers and
bou atteC) ArenalS ardinalnalmost identical cIr-posted an average In .<-.
Snh before a sacnt gathering cumatances baeol t.-194l. HIS performafic.' intr guaplth
Bill had piled up a big lea4 Vhtually noboy could get Mu- Reds and they wasted little time
over Thompson, .winning six ot sal out that year when he came grabbing him when theP TAnkee
the rounds, and ap- /UP at the tag end. for a "look" began to talk Blackwell- binesg
feared headed for an easier vie- and hit like mad" In the last 12 _
story this time than I1 their first games. The experts figured it
bout when Thompson surprised wa6 a'freak performance, but
the speedy aggressor with a solid Musial carried on from there to
right to the chin .that stagger- become one of the game's great-
ed Bill. est hitters.
A barrage of blows by Thomp- Greengrass proved a sensa-
son dropped Hill for an eight ton in his own way when he
count and soon after Thompson came up to the Reds for the
dropped -him again, this time last 18 frames. Re hit "only"
knocking him through the ropes .324 but he belted fise homers
for the final count at 1:50 In wit h*ove in 24 runs.
the eighth round.I To fnlestrite hat w o4 RBI's
This bout had been the dullesa t n ulook at, sWyte t R: Monte
of the evening upto the .tine, of the Go e ihisw1 injured RBI
of the knockout therfghts s re nt
on the excellent proEgiranM were I der of 1352. wen t ha plate
all thrillers. A steady rat 2 th mes late in the year and
fell from. late in the afternootf n % e dn 20 runs. -reentrass
until well after fight t he un- 'l his 24 in 69 at bat.
doubtedly kept many fahsaway. 'With an old master like Rogers
. Isidro Martines, 121, kept ft Sornsby as bos., there's. no tell-
unbeaten record intact by et- lxg where this new pheinor will
ting a disputed deolon overR6 go.. He could be a diamond hero--
dolf Ampudia, 121%, In the six-or a. complete bust. .
rouid semifinal. Jim reached the Reds In what
ali Oi -e considered 'an odd
Ampudia had a clear-cut mar-I on. The Yankee usually pa-
ginduring the three first pounds ent with hot youngsters, had
and deserved no worse tIan t antd let him go. It was more
split in the final round but two of less an urgent ca pe."ince the
judges voted for Martines. Rea an.kees needed. Well Blackwell
reree Colon Al Brown voted 9 of the Reds and haA to throw
draw. lAMinto the sventual deal.,
eau Jack II, 121,.kept up i eeniras is a M 4-vear-old
S thlbto the top by stoppin l S active of Addison., 4tb.. who
n gOr tMn, 121, in the fourth lives in Atlanta ,with his wife

next round. o time out for military urvce.
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r n inter t. openkIs blatalents to their woe was the s
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a Aalnst Br(oklyn on -Sept. 14.
T WORTH, -Is white, te 'Ddgers were strug-
Cshiftmia, here I come" for ling to prevent another pennant HA ENE A i
eolfer ,e oBegan. Bantam en collapse, Jim hit the jackpot. rCHAL sinaely t
OWsbe old hbis, home at Withtyo Reds pn .base. Mana- t re, a a the, finally to
MIM TaX%,,. -dw at., @ e fheDo^ weight chWafitonshli e, 3
Slda new hme In Palm ers -orde a1 i oi oly held by Joey Maxim. ThtfSt.
Springs, Californal, where he Ted Klusze*ikl to set at Green- Louis veteran has been the
owns stock In a country club. grass and the rok responded ranking challenger for several
with a rndslam homer thatEA
Miles (Ala.lox Col Next day t a ee-ru.
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St. T. (agn.) 13 MacAlester 0 that made it nine RI's for
^t eMn.) Macle 0st13 h*.e-dava,'The Reds scored 11 DETROITaWP)- The traffle
Col. Enrt 58i1 I tang 1 planeationh William R. Williams
noeSr Bottineau Forestry 0 As an outfielder. Greomngrax gave of how he keeps track of
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BALTIMORE, Oct. 20 (UP) "Let the people know the truth and the county is safe" Abraham Lincoln. today denounced Soviet Foreign
Th'detense in G. Edward Gram- Minister Andre Y. Vahin '
malr thurder trial, trying to Mini ierorAndrei Y. th U'ni.g
weaken the charge that love for TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY OCTOBER 195 L. angry performance In theU It.
Sritty United Nations secreta- --' would "press hard" to gUncother
,ry rove him tokill his wife, has nations to pitch in with more
introduced a "third woman" in .help in Korea.
e Ne^w York businessman's pri- IV I asisr y el SnKa
a life. American assistant :Secretiy
,Mrs. Lynn Ziegler, a slim, ofState John Hc son
yi brunettee who worked in ed Saturday's Vishinak speech
Jher's office, testified sh demanding a K orean uce on
.ld when the state charges he orIedt r 5 "the.,mld n
s W hopelessly in love" with the FO III I C thsame time,- TpHrckersonf
R uN .ur" -er t urged other free nations to pro-
Thd murder trial was recessedI vide more help in Korea, declar-
until today with the "other wom- WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 (UP) building program, both in this have taken corrective steps on this country and around the ing "there must be no free rides"
an," 28-year-old Mathilda Mizi- House investigators today as- country and abroad, the armed their own. But "despite improve- world. The subcommittee, headed in the UN system of collective
broTcy, still waiting to tell her sailed "costly mistakes" in the services now are co-operating ments," the group said, "a satiaw by Rep. John J. Riley D-8C, security.
sWry. -prosecutor Anselm Sodaro military building program since with its proposals for tightening factory situation still does not spent months looking into tile Hickersn spoke before a meet-
It probably will come today the start of the Korean war and up building outlays. exist." work to see iti ways could' be ing ofthe American Association
aia wil be a tale of a serious a senator charged .that more "As a direct result," it said, found to cut costs, for the UN. As the week-old
oved"affair with Grammer. than $25,000,000 was "wasted" on "$72,000,000 has been saved in Since the Korean attack -on- In a report filed by Riley, the General 'Assembly -girded for a
that, Sodaro has charged, was North African air bases alone, this year's construction pro- gress has appropriated 8,900,000 group said that "in general It full-scale debate on the Korean
the' "complete motive" for the A House appropriations sub- gram alone." to build, reopen or expand Ar- was found that a large volume criit.whnn the main political
mudei of Mrs. Dorpeotrhy May committee said the chief cause It reported the services also my, Air Force and Navy bases in of work thd been done but that comnlittee gets to work this
Graimer, 33, whose body was ofthe mistakes the aed r the fact A in the pressure df speed caused weet---probably.Tuesday.
St. 1nthe f tthat the armed forces had no by the Korean crisis many cost-
found Oct. 19in the'famly auto- plans ready for the uneceden- ly mistakes had been made." ThqJjnited States plans to
mobile, wrecked at the foot of a ted partial mobilization that Construction was started on Introk,%im Whe the time, is
steep hill near Baltimore's city proved necessary when the Comrn- an emergency basis, without deemed ripe, Ifdrmal reol0t -
sfarits munists attacked South Korean i enough planning, it continued. tion that w ld have the UN
Sodaro said Grammer beat in June. 1950. Plans were -changed midway. endorx its Aa at Panmufn-
"his *ife to death with a steel It said the services had a set Bases were relocated. Work Join and appeal to the Reds to
pipe and attempted to cover up of building plans for peace and -- was rushed so fast that costs accept a t providing for
the murder in a staged car another for total mobilization spiraled. Sometimes all this voluntary return of prfsohers.
'*teck so he could be free to and war, but none for the speed wasn't necessary. Secretary of State Dean Ache-
marry Miss Mizibrocky. half-war state the country S e of
The defense, having lost on found itself in after Korea. 3 The group criticized the ser- son staying n n New Yor
Friday a prolonged legal wrangle Simultaneously, Cha i r m an vices for slowness to standardize to handle the opening phases of
to Keep a "confession" from be- Lyndon B. Johnson D-Tex said a buildings like barracks, mess the Korean debate personal
Ing admitted in evidence, made a member b4fhll State Prepared- halls and chapels, and for tend- Hi on warned the re
quick move today to undermine ness Cohafittteehia been relia- ing to build too many frills world to be on guard against So-
the. love motive charged to blv info medl that upwards of like the $700 plate glass doors viet bloc attempts to "exploit
rinther carge $25,000,0p 1Aj sted in air found on an Army cafeteria at every difs '?mT 1t, .totla or
k-eyed Mrs Zlezler's testi- base contrh itn Morocco." the California Institute of Tech- potential to i town advantage."
tio # was apparently intended e to M the sit ieretary of It said the three services, un- could look for an all-O6t Com-
t owly Gamchmer was nto Miss Mizi Air E. V. Huggins. In. it, John- .. ,, der subcommittee prodding, have munist effort to do everything
nr thatthedw todMino da sori gave the Air Force his go- started standardizing and sim- "that will further thqoSoviet U-
br that he would not date ahead to use. $2,000,000 of-exist- plifyng their buildings and out- nion policy nd s"Ifrom
ott'r women, ing funds to- "repair detective ting down on waste space. out- e&aand fW
She identified herself as an construction work"l .t the North as taunted Vib yfor fo -
employe of the Climax Molybde- African bases." ing come-up Up l ig
num Company office in New At the same t(me, Johnson newn-on the I p rlsoler' is-
York, of which Grammer was slapped at the House appropria- r P rmin ProPOl-
Office manager. She testified she tions subcommittee for what he ala "warie -over"t e
first dated Grpmmnr In Decem- called attemptss to whitewash" C Akerson ry-d o a ld
bet" 191. In all, she said, she bunglirlg $4 construction' dfthe hat the planned'
1gt" tot with him approximately bases. thre appears to T O U r "abtha
Dozen times--the last being in be a desiTeri eome qNiagrters tO I -r Irlgfir i LYo^-' "
July. pretend that the whole project |I I ah ferred to ew Yrk. "
Mrs. Ziegler who appeared to has been handled well all along A ed Id A i beII '
iJ erlate d's, said theythe line."O p pens e. -Se l I Anco t2
her husband knew and approved charged last month that fal- '- Dodgers tcher
He whs away from home on Ar- lures in the building of the 0- fathering born C Witho mor
He wo away from home on Ar- Mo an bases had been "em rg eLa t omorrow Mo
mV.duty. orocan basesa rod beertion "Night Must Fall," the latest determines to satisfy his lust for Newark gl, po!e e -
"-oue time span covered a pe- pr roductio of he ThTAtreOIld mokey by doing away with Mrs. day. ,was
d when Sodro aims the ro- The House subcommittee ac at theBramson.w ident4
dance. between Grammer and usedd Johnson's group of "ignor-Diablo Theater or a two night Other characters who figure not slvSed, dore out dt gater- eal ....seiC o a
Mts MJzihrocky was ripening in- ing" the "tremendous amount of run, is one of the most serious strongly in the plot of "Night ni complaint against e 22- SFuialsel o 4.
0. a full-f'~.dged love affair, good work"'that had been done, efforts presented by the Guild Must Fall" are Bob Garrison as y d Lops in the Family ~o lades wt
411h' included a 10-day inter- In its report, the 'House ap- to date. Inspector Belize of Scotland outhee. 4~ ao:O at th
uffe spent as man and wife in a propriations subcommittee said The play, the noted Yard; Martin Halpern as Hubert A warrant for Loes' arrest was tomorrow at atiad
plith Chic go lakefront hotel that while thereihad been many British author EmIlyn Wiliams, Olivia's suitor; Ruth Townsend signed Friday by Magstrate Sacred Heart Chapel n t
frol July 25 to AuN. 4. costly nmistakes in the overall is a psychological thriller. It is as Mrs. Terence, a nurs in the arry Pe. The warrant was The casket will e'o a
'-rS. Jane BilWl'o of New concerned with theelife ot Dan, Bramei0 household; Norma De toed over to the silmmonr the Goras Laboatpy C
:b,' Grammter's secretary, a young man who hipu en alone Leon as Dora, a maid l qua d of the police department toilghtrom Dto 9p. tar i l
.stified three letters sed RJtin the world as lon*, as he can Dan; RoSamond Scott 's Nurse over the weekend. f tahbenrehs wilf bein.
-wGrammer which eeminy r B l h Je remember. Dan, rtrayedL by Libby, and James P. RobertsAs Becau te offense is ot ex- ot tof 01 ,
9ft!e.re4 a felinr' of impend-,O Paul E. Davis, Isrlitter toward the Lord Chief Justice. traditble under New Jersey law, brother Knights of tRf a'03l"h B
eirtono- fdisnopter. n life and is obsessed with an ab- Loe must, be served with the of the deceased. They wi.jd-ir
ron sister. arl ee Tour normal desire for wealth-with Tickets for the production are warrant in the state. He lives in elude Albert E. Greene .'Mito
,^.to his wifbe-written on no moral restrictions as to how on sale at Dagmar's on Tivoli Ne 0York City. J. Halley, Willia'i Mlig S
1n1. eicht davs before. her A the wealth is obtained Avenue in Panama and evenings Police said Loes will be arrest- Edward-Farrell, Kerner E. &F U-
00,th-professed his love for Of Lati1n Amerias Dan shedmanner in the lobbies of the Balboa and ed if and when he enters New enheim, Jacques K.' lally, Wif
t'f, It said "in the event any- .... Dan's polished, suavemanne Diablo Clubhouses. Curtain time Jersey. He could appear volun- liam K. Webster, 0tal#1y
i, should happen to me. LONDON, Co., 20 (UP).- Four wins him the affection of Mrs. is 8:00 p.m. tarily to answer charges., nd William Boypma, ,
se contact Ed Alfano who of Britain's new Canberra jet Bramson, (Nancy Sidebotham) .--,
'handle any legal matters as bombers, took off from the Royal hoIsvad. At neurotic, D nagging rea in- ..
it disposition' of certain Air Foret. ase at Binbrook. wanting the friendship of Mrs.
I a I ll :oans I iht have' r Linncose at 8 today na c lnge made to
closed with: "there will ne- the first lab of 'a, 24,000-mile six- his demented ego by her niece ..
r be a finer person on earth week good will tour of South Ollvia (Kitty Douglas) a naivene r ..."nrlA..a
u. my sweetheart." and Central American capitals. girl who is bored with ife in all .
0 same precautionary theme They Were followed an hour its aspects.
Seventh anything later by two Hastings transport Wnen Dan discovers that'Mrs. '
a ne, t g sod .ha lt- planes carrying servicing crews Bramson is very well-off finan-
'itten the same day to Mrs. tops will be made at Gibral- cially, his plans change, and he
UO. tar, Dakar, ,Recife, Rio de Ja- ,
'Aug. 21. two days after Mrs. neiro. Montevideo. Buenos Aires, Heart Attack
,naler's death and a few days Santiago,.' Linla, Bogota, Cars- H a.,.
he was first arrested on cas, Belize, Mexico City. Havana,
icon, Grammer wrote a sim- Kingston, Ciudad Trujilio. Port- Fatal To Woman
Iote to AlfAno. attorney for au-Spain. Belem. Recife. Dakar,
employer. Enclosed was the Gibraltar and back to Binbrook. On 'Usodimfare
'fOrGrammer's stay at the Leader of the mission Is Air A
water Beach Hotel in Chicao Vice Marshal DI. A. Bo; le. A 50-year-old Italian woman
attack on the S. S. Antoniotto
tber witnes.-s today were 3,000-mile checkup and corn- Usodimare while at sea was
,gb0ned in detail about one plained that the accelerator taken to the Colon Hospital.
mrier's blue suits, and "sticks open khen starting morgue yesterday when the ship
,tkto : mobile mechaie testi- Under erds-exam'|nation, by docked at Pier 7 in Cristobal.
:bithe conditon of the Sc- Sodaro, Lamherth testified he Arrangements are being made
for mebininsm on the spent an hour "checking the ac- for the body of Fortunata Fus-
% olle in which Mrs. celerator on the road and on an caldo Feoll to be sent to Costa
her's bo4w was fonnd. electrical machine" and failed to Rica for burial.
blortad e of the detail on the find an thiSL' m The deceased was en route to
.isft which Grammer an- 8odar Who asked Judge Costa Rica fror Naples, Italy.
v was wearing' the nifht Hermani. Mseetosend Gram- She died Saturday while the
"wfe's depth in Baltimore- mer to the gallows for pr.medi- from the north entrance to the
6t immediately, clear. but tated murder, appeared to be Canal.
Swas speril1tion it was a trymg to prove flrammer at- The woman's brother-in-law.
Sde to "onte0tions by the tempted to .contrive an alibi in Jose Feoli. a resident of the
,tt it had been destroyed. advance. Judge Moser is hearing 'isthmus. was making final ar-
.rarnmmers lived in New the case without & jury. rangements today.
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