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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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University of Florida
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Germ Waf are

Issue Pressed.

(UP) -The UN steering com-
.today voted 12 to 2 to
the germ warfare
the agenda. The
w however, blocked a
demand that North
oreajzd Communist China
be to participate n the

21 (Ue U.S. struck back
at CommaMist propaganda today
with ; demand that the UN
General A=embly recommmad an
impartail 0i4e-spot Investiga-
tion of heiges that U.S. forces
waged germ warfare in Korea.
The resolution demanding such
an investigation was due to be
considered by the .Assembly's 14-
memb.b steering committee at
10 30 a.m. today.
Introduced unexpectedly a tte
thirst U.S. move toward concrete
action In the asembly's
debate it was rqarded as a
reply to Soviet foreign Minister
Andrte Vishinsky.. whfo renev
the disoeedited Communist pro-
paganda chaelsg when he spoke
in the general--or policy-debate
last Saturday.
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AF L Group Sees

PC Board Action

S4 As Objectionable
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (UP) "Secretory of tie
Army Frank C. Pace, Jr. was very interested in our pre-
sentation of the employes' case," Howard Munro, legi.
native representative for the Canal Zone EmergencyLeaas.
nation Committee told the United Press today.
Secretary Pace asked Munro and the Americn Fe-
deration of Labor group who visited him yesterday to
submit their position in writing.
He said he would make his decision on suspending
SENATOR .UTY M. GILLETE of Iowa (left) was met at the the rent increases for Panam6 Canal quarters before -e
Balboa Height Railroad station upon his arrival yesterday by date they are due to go into effect next Sund
Governor John 8. Seybold and other high-ranking US g ec nex und.
The labor group left a letter with Pace yeso
S It was signed by AFL President William Green, and
L r other AFL officials.
La r Leaders Foresee Munro said Pace asked his attitude, and think things
f aides about his legal status in working out favorably. The
of R the situation and also requested retry has the authority to d
i a nI the labor group to submit their practically anything he
position in writing. and If he orders a post
o The CZELC's legislative repre- on the increases, that I
Labor add 6 lve leaders on the Emergency Legislative Commit- sentative, who has teen in us time to go before the
Canal Zone today believed favor- tee, the group who will speak to Washington almost two weeks, Congress and have the lawsa
able action tm tbe iuspnsion of Gillette today consists of Walter said today: erected, if necessary."
the rent liereases would be Wagner. president of the Central 'I am very glad Pace took this Besides the AFL I de
fo thcomiing ronm.the geretary lbor Union-Metal Trades Coun- others at the meeting whla
of the A. Pace, Jr., oi H. D. Raymond, E. W. Mill- _t m was held in .the Pew a
before the rak.i. QMr. aMNh. Mrs. MaiwarOt Ra e B n f TR. -mm-* ll m S
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--f h -3A -'- a wasSet atMw K. u"aoru
L the defendants, Rtol e-ndes,
Sand Victor MnuI BerguHldo,
The men allegedly fled Into the
B i-'.jungle when they were seen dig-
ging up the cable. Tey were ap-
Sprehended by Canal Zone police
who were notleof the theft by
OAt, 0t. 21 ( TI) I the military police. The two Pan-
Sanians were caught as they
r1imi emerged from the nl mgle In the
-~a rflye ear QLFo. rttulik.
iS.*uUIl. preliminary bearing q s
a tiews et 'f Friday at 2 1the
Oristobal Magistrte's .Court.
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MI Aat wt hJjet Plant es By A
s report, Fateom sat, might W YORK, Ocet e1-(UP)-
ted to anttemr4whit h p anAmericans World Airway
t a 4 'hat o the announced today that laI
tiie PWIbU tol placeded orders for three Bith
tiRe W.mi fsn t transport planes to bede-
Ftatem so denied report rred in 1956.
,l,-mtho:-0 WTT % of_ The contract Ichiudes an op-
ered to mediate between Iran The contract Includes an op-
"a--nd WZDiltalIL brtwet ti ton for seven more jet alrnern
*2) the in IsattemtIng t oairlUne indicated it would not
m ia n not to break with exercise this option If Azmerican
=i din bandeimade jet transports are ava".a-
S re has been disagree bl by that t ..m
=enlt between joaswIUI-and The anoUfnem W eas.
.t leader A$&Uq~ Byed by 'Pan AgterMa' .
company 7 L = .-lo
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e to m the group in understandable anuage why Th tter from t
We !sem y, t..9 22 and discuss their Immediate Pr- it was ncR1 the group group which was left wtid:
SLow blems-. plane to k Gillette: yesterday said:
5; 11:50 a.m. Headed by Rufus M Lovelady, 1) To assist gHw-emoloves in tiEI h e Compl La i
5:82 p.. .......... Chairman of the Canal Zone asking for an impartial investi- l "We received complaints
lon of Pama Canal oficalsthe Central Labor Union-
t a conPaomttee sent here ea ---- Trades Council Canal Zone unlef
nomwered to subpoena witnesses SEOUL, Oct. 21 (UP) South locals and from numerous ndl-
and with the authority to seeir"e Korean infantrymen stormed up vidual employes of the goverp-
P ll te necessary official files the southern slopes of Iron ment there regarding acts of the
They need to determine if env Horse mountain on the central Board of Directors of the Pant-
changes are to be made in the front today in an attack that ma Canal Company which am
st hesre brought them to within 50 years detrimental to the employs."
Vt of the crest.
l1 T b eventnelv nive the em- Hurling hand grenades and 'These acts of the Board fSi
PIl Pa v icel ino nthvem omethw 'g firing small arms, the South example, will result ip rent W-
es that will cod them something. Koreans du in on the moun- creases for the employes up to
Loveladv wbn DlrnS to nre%.nt tainside Just a short distance 118 per cent. and it is most die -
Gillette with the letter drafted from the Chinese Communists ficult to reconcile the rem t i-
here nrotert nri the rent rnIes to defending the peak. creases on the Zone by a govera-
President Trnmn s32i1 tndav he The assault took place in a ment agency with the sN
w" ,solicit the Fepntar's s sinort heavy fog which prevented a co- administration's attitude toward
on thp Q -t,,.qstede fWveny reme- lumn of Allied tanks from giving rent increases in the Untled
dial leeilatinn thnt might be ne- riflemen close support with their States.
reRqarv to eliminate the need for heavy guns.
the rent raises. It was the heaviest action "We were advised that om-
"If the Pneretu of the Budciet long the 155-mile battlefront. An
Is correct in their Internreta- Eighth Army spokesman said. poyes on several oeaslem
flop of the law d'c. emoaloes' the tanks supporting the as- were promised rents oM It
housing, na e omletelv for it- sault from the eft flank could be increased and thereforeth
self, then we won Pageuhlic Law not find their targets through have not been given thee-d.
41 of the St Congress the fog that clouded the valley r s unity of presentth&ere
amended," Lovelady pointed floor." J othideas on the Board abject to t
out. Board.
TO THR UNPITN FRUIT T CO A2N' OFFICE in Cristobal went He stressed the importance of Meanwhile, a low and dense
m honor of being the first Atlaatic sle contributor to the letting employes know ahead of cloud layerT virtually halted UN "This Board of the Compy,
,ralZone Community Chest 1 Lt Which opened last Satur- time an I changes that will at-air operations after daybreak. in addition to a president and
Sand will continue until Novemer Anthony F. Rayd acompan-, fectarly their pockets, and the need Earlier UN warplanes hit Red vou ae-president is composed of the
tin General Manager. presents his -check to George Reel, a for workers to be able to voice supply lines to prevent rein- Secretary and Under-ct te er
ber of the Colon Committee. Left to right are : Frank W. their spe inons on those changes forcepsent of battered Red units, of the Army and two former a-
SR. Hunnicutt who heads the-olio c-shommittee, and Michael Today Lovelady mentioned only U.S. and South Korean infantry-all Army officers lity, mch ployme n tineer
Kulkowski. Mr Hunnicutt reported Tuesday that his group one of many instances irnoon which men threw back light probing an a number of industrial l
ha already ckl eolss B lu eted close to $1,800re (Continued n Page and CoBen E 5) a ttacks Labor com not represented.
R is quite apparent there are
r here.Sco u t L ost In Ce star o lited up a companion s made their way en the eals trs direct affect their ffe l
eployes that should be inveare need be Investigated. -
N.C was dirty and ture aroun because I went thoritTos McKlvy was Hissingim and it s resectfuly -aton-
but oerwae unharmed down te ide." H d About 100 men, traveling n allt rul party foresaw th uested you hold all the acts of
S was found T ro n a sandbar he b fa creek until he Injeeps as far as they could, moed beraton o the China ma inand abeyance s m unh distil thiress ematte w

S ne middle a creek a to te sadar where he into the trackless valley and set from the Chinese Reds as the believe the resent adnstra-
A h p o more tha mke amp. up a base amp. They ombed only wTAIPETH Formosatop Communist a- tion n the U.8 govern
.H n equipp. N. ., Oct. blood- arte d oaut the left two r ng for me. I a heard them calling (UP) President Chanould Kanot permit a
(UP) Two taxi drivers from tm Mpa onua w had aompan- early this morning. hek today asked the nt made up agrs ee te board of
Sfoun a 16-year-old a- d returned to m camping trip to "Dad brought me home an States for permission to let his nma Canal Compan o -
Swho wear a "athind- nt I e. He was wearing spent most of the morning catch- troops nvade the Chin main- such matte s affect the Inter-
merit badge tpday, after theW, O -sd hirt and blue j eans ng up on myse sleep." land and advocated the fora- est of moves such t atrial their

Shad spent more than but d he kept warm by build oret was lmoyesterday afternoon be- on a Paciic anti-Communist tenure, stability employee
t Herbe. t be love sa d he sta t You companions, most ad to eir dow o Chiang endorsed the appeals ter directly affecting their We
S e t Imust have ot. our neo the forest andt h made yesterday world a Kountang far e investigated.
NC,,was dirty and turned around because I went thoriti s McKelvey was tg r e tlmanifesto wherein the Nation-
a but otherwise unharmed dOWU tl. a1tide." li said About 100 men, traveling in alit rlin party foresaw the Ii- "This entire matter has cats-
whM 1P was found on a sandbar he RMfollowedha creek until he jeeps as far as they could, moved beration 01 the China mainland eu us much distress because we
S s middle o a ek. an. to the aU r where he into ithe trackless valley and nset from the Chinese Reds as the believe the resent adinitra-
. e pa ry of r tha UP a make-shit camp. & up a base camp. They combed only way to stop Communist ag- tion in the U.S go
lbhan0Sday of- aatdmtur to =W ca his Mietgenerah Panama Canal Oompeny to mW-
IM he MW Newsman J. P. Brady of the ifts conference since he came at m
ot. tIledUthe seara"ers old"the tkflndorsed the ciaesf to. hionable,tditeorial 1is."

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HE PANAMA AMERICAN "Wanna Lay a Bet on Who'll Get the High Sign, Miss?'
67 0 H STRa7 s POBox 34 PANAMA. RIOPAn
4t, MAIsON Avg NEW YORK I. ...--Y 0-. .. .
eUn,'I6 IN ADOVANC E a7O 13.00
IN ADVA0 e 80 2400 By Victor RIesel Drw Pearson Says: Senatoru
.'IS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS WN COLUMN He was All-American when hehed atsLckofC
,.:! E ^' bucking the line for dear old planewnerries R do wy;eaarold
Rutgers but he's All-Un- on militdy men in civilian-o .
STHE M AIL O X merican today as he backs. up
A line. I refer, of course, to Paul S teve^sou
dfeeont lie Olh enem hard to bring Senator.Russell of GeorgiasInto the 8-
seneRobeson, whosonaly tied phone Rsel in VenOldMan
is no longer the Mississippi but ut R ll was on ard ship and the call
ale Mail Box is on open forum for readers to The Panom. Amer- the Yangtze. Old Mao River, l svena s camptd shin manager,
titi Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- that is, la eby ta.n-orenc phone but t owhl-.
denl Loaners are reeie g' oi roed ht th lay,.e chanew pon iti t enl btm,
dentialmanner. There are those up and down cll- b-raensoenlc pne btil otr n wh
I you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the the flea circus, po corn and llUlbrght of Arans, reached wIl an
net day. Letters are published in the order received. hot dog street. s known as BU the -eo CAtor tried i drl a
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. Broadway who have tried to t h isenat n t n
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. smart-aleck the word "un-Ame- tev ouern to O L e his indonllbtr beo ral old r
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions rican" out of existence. Well, ln." isr
expressed in letters from readers let them smart-aleck their boy ? DEFENSE OF EUROP .'
Robeson now. General Ridgway has kept his mouth shut, but he founa no
o He has just contacted the supply system or master plan for. e a da&Ati0i for Bhs cean
I$ THE NEW PANAMA CANAL COMPANY A COMMERCIAL enems. He hasKu opraie its ar t when hea toaer famd be ar ed a nshowt t 'l
FIRM OR THE ,GOVERNMENT?" and French Indochina. He has lonl was left upthe indvid to
Diablo, C. Z. called the United States and requ artig rep rated, this bot e-podge system wotild e ab-
the United Nations arrogant for He fu ntatlenh f d
Editor, Letter Box. letting our boys die in defense lutd that en howerthhtd failed Sto prbe t ister
Dear Sir: llo el eacuat onw h t hae Rulho anw could t .be s p. t
In all of the articles which have appeared in your valuable of th nes decency.
c insse tht aetl H has pledgo e Cenemy 'reae ev atinin- Ei eerR bstrae V fd
column (The Letter Box) the writers seem to miss the ropagandists in He has pledged the enemy's m a t retrea e t
Vot tin the action, of the Panam i Canal Company Incorpor- o iopagan t fsteIn tat aPeipin that e aylso tah' te th e ta
atrd. which is so g bbeldegooked that they can act under cer- lefondof r ereat&W
talnm-conditions as a commercial company when it is caonveni- eft wing unions a snd "fratr- I roads would be hpu lely ctsj, wh I refuge, unless ewas
nt, and under other conditions as a company under the pro- nact forces in a maneuver to some p nto ha s ade them. .... l .
t, and under other conditions as a company under the pro embarrass both Gov. Stevenson ,R dlawy has cabled the Pentagon for more troops in oer
actin. oIf the Gcvernmnent in Washington. and Gen. Eisenhower before to buldamipply system. But hi No 2 man in NA ,
They are sitting behind desks trying to run the Panami election. Id A.Ma-so Moneomety, is in favor of cubtinc, dow tl af-
Canal from some technical, checkerboard blueprint without tak- Just a few days ago, Robe- o dr dnta Vohn oa or er utoor e hfw"eot iO-
Into consideration the human side of the situation, entirely son gave ths cOmfort to them
erlookng thie silly and costly shuffling of employes to and enemy's agents gathered in Pel- Word hat Come Bak To unt Y : ee iately.t OP
a their U. S. homes, bringing more misguided workers down ping for their phony peace con- WodsThtde 14o, om New Twh o V.m d ry mekn Bin Cluf a s d
e after tellin them of the fine living conditions here and ference: Seator e., who, beamed. Ott n tzsnt lby mcW e-
ing them sign contracts which arekimmediately broken by Presidential campaign, the A.en o In cila n piftic s s o ap
.authorities i-ere when the poor suckers arrive. merlcanrdec Peace Cr u s nd p as t"a ti the mel e t sionlhave sto d or an r4- w h
__etting back tO the Panami Canal Company, Incorporated. launching a national popular att he m ilital a o t d f
-L'U s a corporation the same as the U. S. Steel Co., the poll to end the war in Korea favor thv deat ri*end.eo lawrhet .e
Motors Company and others who have strikes, ana now. Before the November e-m ar r that the I lt ab.t b i as r eol
employes have a legal right to strike. mand before the major can- iea, de o u haft "h o aly cl e ta thera o idf ent had ro
dia before o ee r e ore cn b @ t the law bee cad- a.Cppont G.neral n-
: erefore ar v promise in the employee's contract not to sites for office, reinforced s e h h l t -* r olt
irike is made wth the understanding that he or she is goingby tzhe votes o millions of cf.t -'t.."S
-work for the U.S. Government. The PanamA Canal Company,' Of tize.
gorporated is not the U. S. Government, and therefore em- Of course, neither Stevenson iA t nen
Wtho are not working for such divisions as those which nor Eisenhower will pay any at- SIO ps no ex Dix e-rt hI n br ontbetween-thes nh l
mentionn to the peetitions of an.s red. omenation and LI I chirmn muaerie .at. p tor. ptNioon eat. l teast4
t t n purely Government controlled, have a perfect right outfit known to be a pro-Corm- o a ninan ummerfld wants. to. punt Ni O- tyto*1rt
tstiae, and if there are enough employes twho are not cring- hmunist propagda front, television nce a week -pt itsenhower' politeal e oyernor
So, who let anything be rammed down their throats) in Then the Soviet news bureausont.el
outfit with guts, they will return the tactics of these blue- Thenl whip around the world ra- usan aion AObo e .afl ,d. ut I at
wrlt-style board of governors and show their teeth just the dio and news rel lts that ne th- a l on :.l antaag A-bye --e oS 8ster, ChurAll ,c Eai
e as is done in the U.S. Steel Co. and other large companies er the Democrats or the Repu- urging Can A to fol brita's e ple and herwn
the U.S.A. wnen they become inoperative due to striking em- blicans want peace and more WASHINGTON-(NEA)- Recommendations of This court test on the constitutionality of thepu- atomic bomb. Thtis, he believes, would show the Uted 4 tsthe
showine tt toe y whoave sown righer an Aericannot cindq tenblicans want peace n and more WASHINGTON-s(NEA)-Recommendlatione of This court test on the constitutionality of thetnld'
showing that they have some rights as Americancitizensof our boys will die on fancy the Subversive Activities Control Board panel McCarran Act has already had a trial run Te foolishnes f keepinat secret away from ts red
rs t er o thenamed, but not so gay Korean requiring the Communist Party of the U. S. to act was passed in September, 1950 over the veto Canadian. T ablnet has not decided whether to do ths usad tik
This is my first letter to appear in this paper (if they hillsides known as White Horse register its membership with the Department of of Presient Truman who eare it would- in- urg ce end wth the Uited tt over
'int it) and t btce more of the experienced employes will come and Jane Russell. Justice, may not become effective for a long time. fringe on the rights of free speech and assembly. Canada does l ave the to explode a atomic bomb@n
wazd and sho. their colors against the injustices which are They will die because this news This is the most important decision to b6 made Congress appropriated no fund to enforce the te. it wil i .
beginning to show themselves in the actions of this new is what's used to turn Chinese under the McCarran Stbversive Activities Control act, however, so -the President advanced the Europe .lRerom U
ecial company trying to hide behind Washington when lads into hopped-up fanatical Act of 1950, however, and it marks an important board $60,000 from his special funds to get going.abroad that ain-a are
sry and noring Washington when the Steamship Co- enemy troops. Just ask our milestone in the 30-year war to bring the Amer- Also, he' ordered the' Department of Ju e to gaett J a eecm h ve t
s et the upper hand and their lobbyists keep the Ship counter-inte lligence forces about ican Communist movement out in the open. enforce the act as soon as possible camp& ,.ato.has made foreigners fear tlante 4 tteSwU
as low as they have been for over ten years. that one. The two members of the panel recommending On Nov. 22, 1950, Attorney general J. Ho ard e y after Noveier. French, Brih, and iia
Soe on tellers, let's show our teeth to these people now And were the Soviet agents that the order be issued to require the U.S. C Mcrath issued the regulation for retr n re ly ppointed over ehowr d hi ew fn
itistoote.tat Wthe Peiping Peace parley munist Party to register are SACB Chairman of subversive and front organization. e Cm- isolation" .
it is too late At on delighted with Robeson's tot- Peter Campbell Brown of New York and Kathryn munist Party immediately began stalling tact~l R elan V. R sla-aob ik. Rusia's fus n IN.
-Anti-Communist U.S. Citizen. ing their propaganda barge. McHale of Indiana. They heard evidence in this A large number of Individuals fled petitions delegate, di sted wth Valerie orin, sent by Ma w t re
Just listen to what the Pei- case from April, 1951, tO July, 1952. for an injunction against the act which was place him. L k SI told Zorin bh'd better put ma tembanto
ping rad blared out on Oct. 2 The transcript of testimony before them co- denied. The Communist Party then filed a second his ntAmerins pthe if wants to t ri
OLDI LOOKS AT THE RENT ROW hours ers 14,000 typewritten pages-enough to fill three suit to stop all proceedings until the cBnatitution- doesn't e ll td ~ Ibl od has a tlttv a
SOLDIER LOOKS AT THE RENT ROW "A standing ovation greeted file cabinet drawers. It contains material for the ality of the act could be passed wanby the P p to Ma's advi. Th o uve-
the message of Paul Robetoen first -real history of thsCona ast movement Ia. reme Court. ghey a hardly p l.t e' naui -' ..- .'. &. f
al Box: ay on behalf of the American America, in ase anybody wan to write ito. A .t *- tur
Crusade."1, i r ..
all Box: g Cresade." The Brown McIhald.recom Erl at onk w'hic ;/ zm handl.TebyTO
mo getting sck and tired of reading in the paper that the Why shouldn't they stand? which have been threeImonths in preparaflone munm pty to au.ntp tntnh
employes of the Fanama Canal are being treated so h trsnly. o Didn't Robeson's message keep 0 pa The next tep is to have these -ea0- and. p, a pt al. I wake Genr als Eienhower' whist l
bein with, the complained about the come ax. ow I think rollin' along with quotes like mendations reviewed by the entire Terlvi e Co titutioa r1d l prl- poitialar s ft behind a .
that s they- want to call themselves an American Citizen, it is these: Activities control Board. Pe r es ped e anern mnd eoff
than right that they should contribute for the defense "To you, the representatives of Its other members are Wa'ts B Miller f tie ~ tr c o a etheo n andoff th mp
-erican freedom. t ar all e San the great peoples of Asia..." Washington, D. C., former head o f Fedral Sec- may Da -ge t w' a tra w.eye Nheaeoned ac confideuntslal $a manAl a organls-
in individuals call themselves the leaders of the poor This he said of the men now urity Administration and Immigratio- BSeiv ie,, thehe eag'or the otn e b mnower-N xon clubs. .a -- tf _t
people, and they are the ones that start all the scandal in re- directing the troops killing Ame- and Frederick J. Codda a ire of Massachusetts, the to ae t r pr mo Aea aamle, the manual ures h Il t
gards to the Litte League. Now-the leadersof the movement rican GIs and world democracy Republican member of the board, which has one be ilf ove mefie ot. choose'ea man of citbc prIo nence as clteb hairu. tat
t ut down the rent (like a shepherd leading his flock-the in Korea. Republican vacancy. o ex post facto no Since the purpose of the clu s to in t nd
A, titude are following them), protest against the, raise in the "Permit me special greeting t isxpected that the full board will al o. bs of ta eragainst any nl and em ti t into voters fo
t rTr/Pto the delegates of China. The the panel a recommendations and iss the may neo t eto anyone of liberty 91t due plains, "try to geodt a chairman whoiw t s '
Why doesn't the population in the Canal Zone wise up to magnificent Chinese nr a t nessary order to compel Communist e gf on lit d to asnne i e1I T e- a on also d ro d ihat s cl bank acct
tAllves? There must be a good reason in ra ising the rent or which you represent, has liber- traction. Ionwr I *g C* -' o oe r la ne
thi governor of the Pan-Canal would not put fthe rent raise in ated the continental mass of But it may take a month to The ran Act attempts tod be opned by the treasurer for th local or. ll fds
effect. When the employes of the Pan-Canal came down here your fatherland through titanic ments and receive briefs from o thee barriers n several ways. oes no en shou be received the treasurer, bill by im
they came with their eyes open and above all, on their own. I strife and mortal sacrifice..." in the case, and to issue the legal tion the Communst Party by ame. defines a when dul o roved
would like to say "Just stop and think about the members of Here he hails the leaders and After that will come a long battle trough the line of "Communist Action" which is subservience Poin ng out a pp oe p l in the d t bekl oe
-the- Armed Forces who are down here and cannot find quarters the troops now blasting the courts to test the constitutionality of the order. to and control by a foreign government. "There is no Federal law limiting the of a
for their families. They go to the Pan-Canal Housing Division United Nations, whose sessions The McCarran Act provides that orders of the It provides for due preas of law by which any contributions to our clubit your club is purely a sat or I l
whom we are town here guarding to begin with) and put in open in dismal hope in the lass Subversive Control Board may be appealeddl- designated Orginisation aya r orgaation and is notcontrolled- at l a to
for quarters. What answer do they get? "I am sorry, but there walled futurama I can see from rectly to the U. S. Circuit Court of appeal and aga est any orders of the Subverilveket iVitlW The booklet waris, "however, that all clubs must conform
are no quarters available. Just sign your name and we will put my window as I write, to the Supreme Court. Control Board. hlaws.
y yiion the list.' When the name finally comes up, their tour of Has he looked at our casualty So it may be a year. or even two or three, be- The rights of these organizations to b st "Ye should ask some at .h a member of your cl
4Iaty is up-so what good are the quarters? lists recently, caused by that fore the U. S. Communist Party and its meMber newspapersand engage in political ett re it he would volunteer hisa part arly In regard
The mass meeting held at the Balboa Stadium asked for a "titanic strife and mortal sacri- and .propaganda services are brought to nbc ot deprived.Jbut they are required to be repL the laws of your state," iti
Congressional investigation. I am asking for one to investigate fice?" and required to register, in case the courts e~ a ie the lines for the big couit
the clique that there is within the Pan-Canal Company. uphold the board's order. he .l
Now to return to the income tax subject. We, the members Of our land and our troops K u. Meant for Repubitcaes mh K on to v
df the Armed Forces, are paying tax. To be exact-19 per cent. he is ashamed he says. Of our hapslg1'p
that? We are nat complaining, but persons who are in the six has only to say that we are Vass."
figures have the nerve to talk. They pay only $52.00 per month indiscriminatel "burning" wo- u.ecure a 'block .k'- tele(intl e-to wr w ilco
for rent. The sldler or any other member of the Armed Forces, men and ch en "alive in the names, addresses and't lepDR Its babender 8btent
in order to stay with their family are paying as high as $90.00 their factories and farmsteads bers," the manual advises. -
per month and then living in a foreign country. with flaming gasoline." -- "In most cases these books are for reptbut not for A
What is the trouble with these individuals? Don't they know directory could be rented or born'we4 from the telephoe a
that they can return to the States and work or is it they are :Behind Tovarich Robeson is a NEW YORKERS ARE TALKING A 0..... su.reported "South Pacific" has netted over pany.
afraid to leave the Canal Zone because they are so well situated propaganda syndicate operating $-,250,,oO)...8kitch Henderson's ea m in "Prepare a 'telephone sales-talk' contalilaqg tie. m 5 Wl
and whenever speakers raise their voices, they say, "They are freely throughout our land. It New Haven critics showering S~il s-makilg on NBC. Relaxed enet*. be given. Be sure to paste this message on a r8d boO 58
our leaders." That goes for everyone that is protesting the raise, has a Peace Institute at 111 W. lavan with dizsy-makin u_ bO The forums becoming so rep .. -debatni paper may wear out with handlig," the b continue.
Remember, there is one solution-you can return to the 42nd St., which is planning a emoting in "The Deep DIme i..." Iia 5! $le same campaign Issues wt.the,, sei 11 ti A detaSl6 plan -S also spelled out for a "house-to-hme
states on a Pan-Canal boat still for $45.00 whereas the soldier ,Candleli-ht Vigil" in front of erb. brilliant assionat, a vi. w~n arguments...The Redeass -
ass to pay almost triple that amount. When you get to the the U.N. building, brant (Good eo?)...Bob Hope's f r m th aout Communism in labor unions, I. gives t* h.aeJh canvasser should make an itemised re of all "
has tou wl al tripe ta muhnt. We ou ret toi th This is interlocked with a La- "Son of Paleface" motioneuize. Jo5e* er. sever lie to those who dismiss the Red pe r- with an Indication: 'vorable, unfavorable or ueded',"
StatZone.yoU will ay twice as much rent as you are paying in bor Conference for Peace at- wilder...The teery revival of "The L*K Vepage torls".. .The football broadcasters 1 2 booklet suggests. '
Seeing as ,ie is so tough-.we bid you Ban Voyag fillated with some 10 pro-Soviet Home." One of the few films that rates mews. the intricate plays-and leave you mor4 *y Then on election day, the rcatisena., cau cha ir? 8
unions, their treasuries filled ...High-falutin' map 0 a *OoOI -!pIW36* id than they are. .v entructed to "eo~rd ,ste the anformt ai g and sevi o
-Workin for Uncle Sam, Also. with some 50,C'0G,000 capitalist Their pages are spiced with p-,. -----,, the telephone and homs-to-house I anvfo mart and se 0rvItbo
W dollars. showing their charms. (Who's )... and direct their cottb ned efforts toward bringIng ot0 3 ry I-
IE___TDollywood's Vaness_ Bro_ __, _N _ee_ opening sieir. wN11 alble vote that has been pledged to Elisenhower-Ntgn.
They have a Film Division in ties-not diamonds-are a glilia rid." h llls o. weeO .r8- Among other helpful suggestions. it is poIied- eat that "pea
the United Labor Action Com- (Please lady! There are gentlemae wsumw) nel.eed as Nobel Peace Pris e will be ca n rach reoe most easily through the eqpaniagg atu to
gittee, at 210 W. 50 St. in New ...Vera L_ a purring .0e0Lw~h i. already belong." e t -
FOR York actually producing mo- The latest fad of Movievlleb's i '-to-Btrn U that e...A l It is recommended to "keep the
vies for the line right in the set. Wearing gowns to match the ao of I has_ wn a h e TV stations, vised Of your actltlds"d" .
IEheart Of the U.S. home. Zllly...The visual wonders of abot U the-editor Oa r local n pep, Put-doa 7M a
4 They run for political office. Widow" film. Technicolors that wodI_ 1at" en v3nish 1551n0owe-Nl-your tro rtmedta i pour.ows
They televise their propaganda. sunrise envious...Percival Como's v ,510 Of "T"O eg e we .i-N -erur o Urge your fr to do .o. too." I WGSwrS
They' are against our use of atomic Know You." A bouncy lilt and Poreg tiN w...E KO' Initial qe* There are just a few of the methods of upt4-dat', uulenM

I b ombs. guided missiles and even melody hopping "I Love Lu-y'-* T--. M -Msh eS a eapae slw*. otiek
fire-crackers if they'll hurt the imitators mimic the format widae a g W" ag-ue MBT-MOeOin "
comrades. to match the content ..Poor O m e tI th an runny. ...
They soften our will to resist. his French girl a letter he said, t "" L lie Blffle. Senate ec Mri~ ,keno farma
They confuse the issue. 'iney reported hysterics against t d fdh Gwean, a -flht efor the 8 eleeions. h l t agnla
fight for appeasement. They wit- Argentina were true. er 'pl"y h es md a counterfeit and srt the on.
tingly, or otherwise, provide pro- the papers) was to talbs o a ed1 t..I From W l .
paganda for the enemv's n rass The poor bum. He must mo amO Rho sil tto
and radio and thus build the ed dsc-jockey since id m .. t oRuachstmt th j a t
-- morale of troops fighting our i Alvet touch to "t he thy
DISTILLED AND BOTTLED la esno one care? Will we per. BT&L le."uThe nostarenseVia "t
mit them just to keep rolling a- song ("The Zlthesr")'91s vo n trter A r1 ra .._.
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The Comaandant o the Ffteenth Naal 'Distriet, Bear
Atbar.l Albert M. i. .1s, and MVs. Bledsoe, were
hwts at a dinner a o Mon aevmn1ag at Quaters A, Naval
eadquarter RMeserT~oiven n honor of Vice-Admiral
Bpato ~Almenda ollbMlalIter of Marine of razilL
Mr. Wstfai-Larsen on and grand-daughter-in-law,
b Visitor Her Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Collins.
'Mr. Rolf Westfal Larsen of Mrs. Farrell wi then return
Birge, Norway, .arrived *6i1tt- to Newport, Rhode Island where
ly on the Isthmus and dufning sha~ makes her home with her
hi, a of to day is guet son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
at .el El Panam. He plans and Mrs. R. Burmester.
to ll Saturda aboard ----
Alsanger" for Antwerp, Bel- Dinners And Luncheon
lum en route,.to bi home. Honor Departing Couple
-1 IMr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ber-
Dwy.rlmendo- Marriage n tt and infant son who plan
i Solemt ed Thursday to leave Panama the latter part
Mi f'rances Jeanne Dwyer of October to make their hom6
dahtr of the late Mr. and in the United States were hon-
Mrs.,Jobn W. Dwyer of isto- ored at several social functions
bal,. will become the brieo of during the week end.
Mr. William T. Elmendprt, son Sergeant and Mrs. John Bush
of Mr; and Mrs. Robert Bbnen- of Fort Amador were hosts at
dorf of Balboa, on Thursday a dinner given in honor of the
evening at the Sacred Ktart Bernetts as was Mrs. Gertrude
apelf in Ancon in the presence Gibson of Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
Sthe ir mmec fan t le san W. A. Daniels entertained on
close ries ds. Sunday with a luncheon at the
Panama Golf Club for Mr. and
Mrs. Bernett.
iwen UHonor Bridg-Zlect Mrs. Bernett and son will
Sh Mw r Loper daugl hter leave October 26 by plane for
o r a. i s. dermanughter lowa where she will visit with
wh marrdaqe to Mr. ajes her family before joining her
amMton will be. solemnized on husband later in the fall in
Saturday, In the Cristo R y Wabash, Indiana, where te has
Church at-1:O e ., was the accepted a position with the
Zuept of honor at several show- Telephone Company.
er dutg the weekend. News Of Former Resdents
Miss Titina Arosemena, Miss News Of Former Residents
Olga Diaz, d Miss Carmela Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Nygard,
weOe conosta*ies on Saturday former Canal Zone residents
wat a kitchen shower givienAt and now of Milwaukee, Wiscon-
at a khen shower Tiia In te- sin, announce the birth ot a
la Vista, In honor of. Misi Lo- daughter, Laurie Evelyn Nygard,
la Vsta, n honor of Ms Lo on Wednesday, October 15.
A tea and p x. shower hon Mrs. Nygard is the former
A tea and yrex.s power hon Virgla Meyer, daughter of Mr.
ored the bride-elect on Sunday Virgils Meyer, dugh Balboa.
at t4he home of -irs. Marcia Mo- and Mrs. S. R. Meyerobf Balbba.
&t -lit Bgelio t. Mrs.a oThe paternal grandparents are
rales in Bells Vsta. Mrs. ora-Mr ad Mrs. John Nygard of
ciela Gastesor was, co-hostess Milwaukee, WlsconN ar.
o this occasion.Milwaukee, W ons.
Miss Lopez was the honoree "Stork Club" Welcomes
at k tea and lottery shower giv- Dorothy Wester
en on MndY at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Web-
MWsLilia Boyd i El Cangrejo. ster of Curundu Heights an-
Prebtat at the-sho*er were Mrs. ounce the birth of a baby
Lug aza, Mrs. Luz Illueca, Mrs. d ter Doroth, nMonday,
asa Quijano, Miss M ars at ate 6orgas HotitaL Doro-
S Miss U lleta Boyd and thy .is the sixth child and sec-
Miss Lila Boyd. ond daughter of the Websters.
Mr. Louis J. Pellsalel of
Mrs. Made Farrell To Leave Northampton, Massachussetts is
Fir Uited ;ates the maternal grandfather. Mr.
Mrt. Mare Farrell, former and Mrs. James D. Webster of
Canal Zone resident who has Greenwich, Connecticut are the
been vitstng. her son-ln-l a w paternal grandparents.
a datugte Mr. and' Mrs. R. -
N. Collins a Balboa for the esutivse BSard
s We l mon las to To MTeMt October
aver the Isthmus-b Pan Amer- The Executive Board of the
lean W rwa-o Thursn alb WOman's Club will hold
4 -W l i regular mon i neting
wher sh ho Ir We4 dy, Octo sr. 20, at
twshe Jewish Welfare Boatr Cen-
te in dalboa.

S Dean' Tea eMldIn
l d m r Bishop Morris Baa
SmThe eight Annual Dean's Tea
o'0 "%**a given by the Women's Auxiliary
of the Cathedral of St. Luke
e was held recently in Bishop
tre 0.wOrm-. Morris Hall
a o teO_ adn-. In the receiving line were the
Stea w Very Reverend Raymond T. Fer-

4300,000 In Furs,
Jewels- Stolen,
From Chicoag Hote
CHICAGO, Oct. 21I (UP)--
weekbnd burglary of furs an
gems from a locxedC Vault in
jurrler's shop in theL Congre$
Hotel was discovered today, an
police said the loot may toti
First estimates placed th
sat about $1400,OOU jewel
ind $100,000 in furs, Police Sa
at midday that a more detalle
check showed that the tur
missing are valued at $250,00
and the jewelry at $100,U9O0.

Are, Dehn of the Ca 1edral Mrs.
I. J. Strumpf, President of the
Wmnen's Auxiliary Ms.. B.
lds, President O the Itar
Guild; Miss Jothers,
President of the n G uld;
and Mrs. W. G. Rose, I Iesl-
dent of the geMor i
.Mrs. A. C. Medinger and Mls.
Leo Page were In char of the
tea table.
An election of office of the
Women's Auxiliary was held
during the 'afternoon and Mrs.
Leonard Martin was elected
President; and MU Bernard I.
Z version was elected Secretary-

Rebekabs To Meet
The Rebekahe will hold their
regular monthly meeting to-
night at 7:30 at the Wirz Mem-
orial, 806 Balboa Road. Initia-
tion will be held.

Girl Scout Sunday October 26
Sunday, October 26, is Girl
Scout Sunday and all Girl
Scouts and Girl Scout adults
in the' Canal Zone are asked to
join their sister scouts in the
United States by wearing their
uniforms when t h e y attend
church next Sunday.

TIetOs On Sale For
Night Must Fall"
Tickets are on sale for the
Theatre Guild's production of
"Night Must Fall" which will
be presented at the Diablo
Theatre tomorrow and Thurs-
day ningts. Tickets mpy be pur-
chased at Dagmar's on Tivoli
Avenue, in the Balboa and Dia-
blir Clubhouse lobbies and re-
servations may be made by

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meeting, which will be held Oc-
tober 27 at the home of Mrs.
Alton Jones, House 8015 A-First
Street, Margarita.
The members of the Progres-
sive Circle will be the guests of
the group for the evening. All
of the ladles of the parish are
Mrs. T. H. Zuldema will be
co-hostess for the affair.
77th Federation Meeting
The 77th Semi-annual meet-
ing of the Panama Federation
for Christian Service will be
held at the Margarita Union
Church on Thursday.
Morning Coffee will be served
following the arrival of the
early train. The meeting is
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Play Reading Group
Meets Tonight
The Play Reading Group o
the Canal Zone College Club wi
hold its first regulAr meeting
of the current year tonight a
7:30 at the home of Miss Monic
Farley, house 765, apartment
20, Barnaby Streets Balboa.
Miss Dorothy Moody is i
charge of the program which I
based on "The Male Animal,"
comedy by James Thurber an
Elliot Nugent, now being' pre
seated on Broadway.

L. A. W. C. Picnic Saturday
Next Saturday, the member
of the Inter-American Women
Club will hold a picnic at th
home of Mrs. Matilda de l
GiMrdia at El Caney, Arraijar
planning to attend ar
isked to bring their lunch an
swimming suits and meet a
the Club headquarters at 9:3
a.m. For further information.
call the 'Club.

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Id The officers of the Atlantic Needlework Guild entertained
a with a tea at the Intat-American Women's Club on Saturday
5s to honor the group chairmen of the organisation. -
d Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, president, officiated at the meet-
al Int, during which plans were made for the annual charity
tea, which will be held November 22. The place will be an-
nounced at a later date.
y- HoStesses for the tea were: James R. Creighton, and Mrs.
4 Mrs. Julio Salas, Mrs. Raul Daniel Szymoniak.
d Ierrera, Mrs. Isaac .Osorlo, Mrs.
rs Agustine Cedeflo, Mrs. Adela Mrs. Cox Returns To Home
0 Joly, Mrs. Fabian Pinto. Mrs. R. E. Cox, and infant son,
The chairmen who attended Kevin Patrick, have returned to
- included: Mrs. Percival Alberga, their home in New Cristobal
. Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd, Mrs. Enrique from the Colon Hospital.
SCotes, Mrs..-Julia Emillani, Miss
Fmiita Correa, Mrs. Hipolito Fer- Mr. be La Ossa Visiting Family
nandez, Miss Thelma Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest de la Os-
Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld, Mrs. sa and their sons, Billy and
Humberto Leignadier, Mrs. Ro- Richard, arrived yesterday on
Df bert Leigh, Mrs. Juan Nufiez, the "Cristobal" for a visit with
ll Mrs. 'Errol Pinto, Mrs. Henry Mr. de la Ossa's mother, Mrs.
U Pinto, Mrs. Henry Simons, Mrs. Stella Moudre and sister and
a. Herbert Toledane, and Mrs. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
a Penelope Rusodimos. Hollis Griffon.
a Mr. De La.Ossa is well-known
t Miss Shirley Anne Brigham on the Gold Coast, where he
Becomes Bride of Lieutenant was reared. He is a graduate of
Peter Kinsella the Cristobal High School.
n The wedding took place at He is at present the Person-
is 9.00 a.m. on Saturday, with nel Director of the National
a Chaplain (Lieutenant) Donald Broadcasting Company Network
d J. GrAtelle officiating, and president of the New York
" White gladioli with palms and City Personnel Association
ferns were u4ed to decorate the Mr. and Mrs. de la Ossa will
chapel. The traditional wed- be on the Isthmus until. Octo-
ding marches were, played for ber 31.
the processional and recesaIon-
al. Attending D.A.R. Meeting
rs The deo entered the church Mrs. R. W. Rubelli, Mrs. John
's upon tp arm of W. 0. Frank Muller and Mrs. Lee Nash
1e Meehan, by whom she was giv- crossed the Isthmus to attend
a e n In marriage. She was lovely the first meeting for the fall
n. in her .wedding. gown of white of the Panama Canal Chapter
e lace and tulle over satin. The of the D. A. R.
d fitted decollete bodice was cov- Mrs. Rubelli is regent for the
it ered with a small jacket hav- Chapter.
0 ing a high neckline finished
n with a lace Peter Pan collar
embroidered with seed pearls. Costume Party Planned by
The lace sleeves were long and Evening Circle
fitted. The very bouffant skirt The evening Circle of t h e
of tulle was ballerina length. Cristobal Union Church is
A Juliette cap of lace and pearls planning a costume Hallow-
held in place the cha pe l- e'en party for their regular
length double veil. She carried *
a white prayer book topped with
en orchid bouquet from which
fell a ribbon shower.
Mrs. Thomas W. Brady was Precsntin the
the only attendant. She wore a resenIIIIIn y
dress of blue net over matching
satin. Her flowers were a bou-
quet of pink gladioli and she 0 5 iris love6
wore a circlet of the flowers in
her hair.
Lieutenant Thomas W. Brady mnc!i
served as best man. Ill m ji
A reception was held at the
Fort Sherman Officers Club at
2:00 o'clock. White gladioli and We have just received the
ginger lilies with tropical green-
ery were used to decorate the most exciting color accent to
club, and buffet table.
The four-tiered wedding cake point out the season's newest
was topped with a miniature
bride and groom standing under fashions
weddn bells, with W of*
lily o the- valley blosoms.
The bride cut the first slice, af-
ter which it was served by Mrs. Dressy Shoes in lovely colors
Robert F. Alexander, assisted by
Mrs. Charles Snyder. to match the dresses you love
Mrs. Robert Carpenter and
Mrs. R. E. McMullen alternated
at the punch bowl, and Mrs. most. Cuban Heel Shoes, and
Frank Meehan was in charge of Sandal in beautiful styles.
the guest book. Sandals in beautiful styles.
Following the reception the
bride and groom left for a short
honeymoon at Hotel El Pana- Come and see them today.
ma, and are now at home at
Fort Sherman.
Miss Brigham arrived en the
rm vnS tLa houa Americana
Isthmus, September 29, and was N o Am ic
the guest of W. 0. and Mrs.
Frank Meehan until her wed- 102 Central Avenue.
ding day. She attended Naza-
reth College in Rochester.
Lieutenant Kinsella came to
the Isthmus th April. He is a
graduate of Tri-State College _
in Indiana and has been with
the Army Corps of Engineers
for the past two years. He Is
stationed with the 370th Boat
Battalion at Fort Sherman.
Luncheon At Hotel Washington
The Fort Gulick Ladies Club
held their monthly luncheon in "
the fountain room of the Hotel
Washington, with the president,
Mrs. Charles Richardson presid-
I ostesses for the afternoon
were: Mrs.. William J. Wallace
Mrs. Cuevas and Mrs. Richard
Mrs. James E. Armstrong was
introduced as a new member.
The visitors who were intro-
duced by the president were:
Mrs. Thomas J. Burbine, Mrs.
Tortell, Mrs. A. Jenkins, Mrs.
Pruert, Mrs. R. L. Eaves, Mrs.
Seufort, Mrs. Joseph Davis, Mrs.
Robert L. Hill, Mrs. Davis, Mrs.

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S. S. Talamanca DC-6A type to supplement Pan
To Arrive Here American's pre',?nt worldwide
Saturday Morning cargo services.
The United Ffruit Company
ship S.S. Talanianca is due itRd to Make Thrift
Cristobal Saturday nmorning .with Coronation Cruise
Ps75 cruise r will be hore The S.S, Ryndam, popular
leave to visit both isides the cruise visitor to the Canal Zone
avthmus before ttle ship sails last year, has been scheduled to
Sunday. th ship s make a special coronation cruise
The Talamianc is bounifor lof 24 days for the low price of
Nev, York via Cartagena and $550 up.
Santa Marta. The cruise which is limited to'
Two passenurs. Mr and Mrs 675 guests, will be able to live a-
J. F. Tobin will debark at Cris- board the Ryndam while in Lon-
tobalin. as the ship will be anchored
tobal, in the Thames River at Grave-
:..A. Merchant Fleet avoid the prob!.ms
Totals 1,275 Ships, Tanker of obtaining hotel accommoda-
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21 '.TP,-. f obtaining hotel aecommoda-
Th National Federation f Oct. and meals at the time of
The National Fed-ration of the Coronation of Queen Eliza-
American shipping reported to- Coronation of Queen ia-
day that on Oct. 1 the nations beth I .
privately-owned merchant fl.'et
totaled 1.275 ocean-goina ships Santiago-Lima Speed .Mark
and tankers. Set By El Interamericano
The government on the same Averaginc 320 miles per hour,
date had 58 vessels under bare- panmgra's El Int.?ramerlcano re-
boat charter to private operators cently broke the existing record
and ,116 vessels under general a- rom Santiago to Lima by making,
agency agreements. The national thF. 1550 mile flight in four hours
reserve fleet on Oct. 1 totaled inrd i50 minutes.
1,897 ships. excluding barges and The scheduled time is exactly
tugs. one hour longer, five hours and
50 minutes.
Pan-American Airways Orders Panagra officials attribute tP..
5 Mere Super-6 Clippers new' record in part to the modi-
Pan American World Airwa, s !led engines recently Installed on
has increased its order of Doug- its DC-6 planes as part of a
las Super-6 Clippers to a total oT S600.000 modernization proaramm
48 which makes its El Interamerica-
The new order for an addi- no fleet the fastest civil air
tional five of the advanced-type transports in re-ular daily sched-
tranaports will bring the total uled service anywhere, in the,
cost of PAA's Super-6 fleet, in- world.
cl'uling spares. to more than
Delivery will be completed by TAGAROPULOS
1n d-1954.
seventeen of the Super-fs are IN1)"T'TRIES. S. A.
now flying on Pan American's:
services to Europe and Africa Phones:
and on the "Orient Express"
service to Asia. The 18th Super-6 1002 -1003
was delivered at the Santa Mo-
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Company this week o0. o. o P .
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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" ..................Oct. 29th
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B. LS. Ntes C. H. S. News C. Z. J. COLLEGE
S.B DNA HART By Various Reporters By Russell Pierson
y now things have almed The Girl's Varsity and the Boy's "C" Club held a joint meet- In the year 1951, a neatly
own a bitand o an't hear last week to make the final decisions on the Annual Home- wrapped package oontainin1 the
tBe echo $. dBo atnd theer coming Dance. Diane Schdeg has been appointed tl Chal- '51 qistador manusrtip and
that drl *Bmna- of ProgramCom ttee.ob Grace is in harge of dver- engravings, left the Isthmus for
Ihatr s nrof theN S toot-r to I, and Lois Scheldegg was elected Chairman of ,the the States. The publisher receiv-
theirc wc nohs the feigl to t0ons. Mercedea Peterson Ia in charge of the throne, wt ed the package and accidentally
irwhltaI zul .But rday uthe vim, vigor and vitality these kids have been showing, lost the contents hence, as the
rocking th that noise and the The semi-final intramural games are over. The*were the element of time increased,
Bulldog led by Pred Cotton, most exciting games ever played during the season."n Court ~ l hope for a '51 Annual was almost
saptate iad sparked by the tr- we had Scheldekg's Alleycats and Marquard's Kittens having lost ing the moJunth of ACollegu
rifir playing of Jim May, played an "eye for an eye" battle. The Kittens whipped the Alleyeats yer, the Junior College
their way to a 20-0 victory over 30-20. On Courct Lim's Cubs and Kariger's Bearcats met in a received a letter stating that the
Tunlor College. hard, rough game. Although the Bearcats were lagag behind manuscript had een found and
Th tat the half they defeated the Cubs by the score of -28. Peter- was being returned. At present,
The spirit of the thing started son's Panthers and Argo's Putty Cats held a close battle on the Annual is being reorganized
at a Pep ally held tat the gym Court 3, but the Putty Cats won by the score of 38-32. as many of the parts of the orig-
Friday. Coach Fawcett, a greatly The Student- Association has held its Inaugural Assembly. final manuscript are missing. The
unsung hero behind the team, In- As the students walked into the auditorium the High School Conquistador staff hopes that
troduced the team and Mr. Vic- Orchestra played "School Chums," directed by Prof. Jorstad. the '51 Annual will appear In fin-
tor Herr, music director at Bal- Pruf. Beck, our principal, gave an inspiring talk on the S.A. al form in approximately two
boa High, gave a talk on our Al- History, after which he administered tne oath to the student more months.
ma Mater. In between speeches, council and then to Carl Pinto, our president. Immediately fol-
the kids was led by cheers and lowing, Carl gave an excellent inaugural address. The High Last week, the Junior College
they rocked the gym with their School Orchestra played "With Vim and Vigor" while the Se- football team lost to its better
voices, masculine and all. niors marched out first. prepared opponent, Balboa High
The Rifle Club has added to its list of honors that of School. The results of the game
Joe Oli l s out of the hospl- having won second plabe in. the gallery league. Those on showed Improvement in the Jun-
tal, and BU' showed how glad the team were Donna Gyer, John Hatgi, Carl Pinto, Jame ior College team as well as
they were to have him back by Schelbler and Leo Constantine, Leo and James also won bounds of enthusiasm from the
the hug iM spontaneous hand Individual medalW.; 3. C. rooters and cheer leaders.
they gav* when ihe walked in
on the Pep Rally.Theylsoclap The Senior class along with their sponsor, Prof. Cook, are Thursday of this week, at
p.nd long and loud for Ted Nor- Working on the assembly they will put on the 27th of this 7.00 p.m., the Junior College
ris, who Is now laid up in Gorgas month. Their theme will be Theodore Roosevelt's Birthday. See- play the Canal one Athle
Hospital ing that they are working on the program during the noon hour wi play the Canal Zone Athae-
o ,and at night also, it must be something really worth seeing. place alub The game will takedium.
"The time has come for the How about that, Seniors!
"TheJuniors time has come thinking about The shoot Tigers of the Cristobal Junior Rifle team de- The Educational Exhibit being
Juniors to start thinking about feared all opponents at the mall Bore Shoot recently to set a held at Clayton Hospitarfor the
their class rigs,"the showcase new record in tnis event. The winning team was composed of general public between the hours
says. Four very good-looking Staples who is top shooter. dehelbler, Constantine and Tagaro- of 4 and 5 p~m. Thursday, will al-
rings were put on display by pulos. The teamn that placed second was defeated by 21 points, so include publications reoresent-
Andy Mulligan 'and her corn.- The Tiger Jr. Varsity sqUad met the Balboa Jr. Varsity at ln the Junior College. The ex-
mittee Monday morn and the Mt. Hop in mid-week', ia slushy (it Was raining) game of hibit has educational articles
Class of Il has been qulte, football The Jr. Varsity, iollowink the steps of our Varsity from the Canal Zone Extension
buss about which ring should team, brought home another honor. Although the Bulldogs tried of the Louisiana Stnte Universi-
adorn their proud fingers they couldn't keep the Tigers from getting 2 points. We are ty on display as well as articles
Tomorrow is doomsday, Report very proud of you "JV," keep up the good work. from other educational institu-
card day, I mean. Yes. the first / As our regular cheerleaders couldn't attend the game, Benny tons.
report cards of the year will be Favorite, David Lane and Ralph Reacia stepped into their shoes The Canal Zone Junior College
given out on Wednesday, causing to cheer the boys on. I hear that they did a very good job out Chorus, under the direction of
sadness or gladness in the homes there, so watch out cheerleaders they might step into your Nell V. Branst.etter, is now well
of many. dainty shoes. under way. The chorus exoecta to
Have, you thought of the candidate you would like for P.lve a performance sometime be-
The SA Df~ve for SA tickets presldeBtt Is It -Ike" or Stevenson? The American Problems fore the Christmas holidays to
has been-mo-Wt some tne .anow, Class,, ruder the excellent guidance of Miss Anderson, is commemorate the festivities.
and you'll never guess who is conducting a Mock election. So If you haven 't decided yet, The Junntr College, during a
winning. Why, the Seniors, of maybe the Republicans or the Democrats can help you make seelal assembly last week, hel
coursaft By far not the largest up your mind at the campaign assembly on Oct. 31.
class, thae must just-be the best. Don't forget the Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October formal votIng proisedures to
And. jWl AM eatra rean 25, at tThgirls' gym. The dance ill begin at 7:30 p.m. and the chnje, oWffirili, the nam* of
for atte6d!h, game that you Coronation of our Football Queen, Nancy Kariger, will be at the Junior College teams.. The
don't need an extra reason to at- 8:00 p.m. The four "Sefioritas" in her court are Ann Thomas, name "Green Wave" was voted
ntendanwan ex ralboa Hih Lotty Stevenson, Lois Scheidegg and Dinah Sasso. out In preference for the new
tend anyway. The Balboa High I would like to add that last week's C.H.S. News was writ- title of. "Green Devils." In the
school and Will be sprouting ten by Louise Jones. near future, "T" shirts will
new anV ,hsrp uniforms. -Arline Lim. have a green devil depleted on
Natural they'll be red and them for individuals desiring to
white sAd theyl!.'be unveiled: at reali display a pittrlal epithet of
the Isthilan Bo nl Gae ~ahlch congratulations are reay in more, hear tell h et here. ir own team.
will be November 26 1-8 1a order for both groups. Before closingi'd like to give "
boa SBtalua. you this special ,cipe; mAW n vent f A
at a a new Junior from Ch. You take the pep from a bowl of wfi Studen s ocaton
boa R ltsa C Ted came from b th Wheaties, bers. The party will tak
Spenis got up ht ad earA Carolina O' la Youtam the smle from some at Coronado each, which
Iiv ma h fatha Go$.way Iattended- C for *0hort -4. Dentine Gum f taaliprozlmately fifty miles from
Chest aR The DSiRe has the test o1' sth- You take the smile from a Wood- the apI
has wekeda heuor te look of ern accent and blue eyes you bury facial, Principalevents will be swim-
perfection that it ahied,and could hope to see and what's And tfor_ *nny disposition, take mlng, games and serving of food
S*Tun. and refreshments. The various
Then you put them all together, committees and members there-
With a swish and a swirl of a on are as follows: Transporta.
curl... tion Jimmee Seate; Entertain-
The CA 0 Zoe Th eer W haj P SIMSh 4And you have there standing be- ment, Mary Mallet; P'ood, Marie
fore you: Perez.
U f Atypio Balboa Hi girl. All persons going on the trip
S Nl .f.USI T A t g must be In front of the Junior
SI.I .LL College at exactly 8 a.m. on Sat.
mystery uspenMs i tt acts by mi i M UCUS Report from the Junior college
my .stery Ea E extension Division:
Eal anr dieted by e Sipson 5t' r T WiV The ;denti lcation-of-Ores
t oush ..t~ran class 'being taught by Professor
#Ad choked so a on canm Kenneth V inton has "-pproxi-
.BA vies mately 01 students (including a
n Mdte. T Iet father-and-son team. The Ele-
Smedtcl e, recenla bevo.aoI. as mentary Accounting class has
Wed., Ott. 22 Thiars., Oct. 23 -- p.m. rg the o. thus r g g approximately students on its
-..ungs and bronu atc ub2t' t wV rosters The Business Law class l
Tkk# at D qar's, 4th J1ly~ye,. or Diablo Mendaco workssofastt1udn ue w a
Tick t agar's, 4th of Jly AYe, or Diablo I tu ea under the. temporary man-
Clubh se.-'- Ca11 P~ajam 3-17 4ern noon to Oo tub stntBiUr., M &S.' A.eo Pr agement of W. J. Sheridan Jr.
Clubhus.-W Cll Pana 3.3U i 4rmnooo to meree *a derfD'
Psot youewon twl f .. Qui2 Public Defender for U.,S. District
to 3 p.m. daily for r rvtion. 'i"S CoUrt, Aneon. Canal zone. Judge
toiy. See how much better you nM Bdward A. Altman will become
S_ ee much bett u the Law instructor in a few more
war, te 6 4t weeks.

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| aive you. Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama Says. e is M ust ster
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n WASHINGTON, Oct.21 (UP)- communist action groups from B t
,,A ove rn m n t panel ruled seeking Federal employment, ap- 1ated Wit
i e%%is Service Sal6n de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store terday taht the Vnited states lying for pass rts or working te lteianal
-Phon 2-2291, and 10,059 Meldnd Ave.-PhCommunist Party "is directed, defense plan c
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No.* 55 West 12th Street 10,059 Meldndez Ave.-Phone 255 Colon om n olled by the Violation of the final board or- phnto top
Soviet Union," l told de Violation of tshable by fial aned or-( up e tsq lt t(
Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words ter with the Attorney Gen to 10,000 d five years impris- I J190 "us_
rrison'sInternacional de Pubicacione street corner Estudiante t In the first reco n d de- The final board order is D
|.1rnsonS AvePhone l Agencia Intenaonlde Pubi on "" tre corner Estudiante St. ~3. each additional word. --on handed dowil under the expected In at matter of. weeks. Is Ve
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 1950 3c. each additional word n a A, thexpecd matter of weeks.
10 nrnle~~tyil-t Act, the certain th arliesItso
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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RESORTS .. MMERCIAL& that the U.S. Coammult Prty Hale ready iromIttdtit Conqen
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Household Do you have a drinking problem? Antomobile* Gramlich Santa Clara beach- PROFESSIONAL paSoviet Union anSd so remainatnB. ller ndDa gnsat8 t ine
FOR SALE Quartermaster table 2031 Ancon. C. Z. FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger stoves, moderate rates. Telephone Izatlon lives in this country for monious terms With the hearing tion.
SO00 corner cob net, gloss doors 201 Acn & commercial of Agencias Cosmos. 6-441 Gomboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi- the day when it can install a o. panel. A fifth place on the board ,,
S00, 21 2-B, Pedro Miguel. Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic, on Automobile Row No. 29. tele- guel. viet type dictatorship and estab- Is now Vb-c0lt.
Po 4-5 0 Estudionte street No. 140. Between phone Panama 2-4721. lish "a United States of S6viet The final deejalon can be'
"Kn and Estud'ontes N 140. Houses on BEACH at Santa Clara. RATS 'are America.".
Phone 4-50.- K" nd Street. Phone 2-349 FOR SALE:-Packard Sedan, 1942, Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 820. RATSare America". appealed the court OCWh
FOR SALE-9 cycle. ft. Phico Re ger- Panama. $300.00. Ford Custom 1951. $1,- EXPENSIVM GUESTS. The findings are arecommend- ofappeals andcthe iepomapist. m 1 aw ken-
tor 60 c ycl. Moe or utfit. Pan- ANAMA & COLON AQUARISTS: 5000. Telephone 3-3424. ATTENTION., All rents reduced IF YOU REALLY WANT ed decision of Peter Campbt'hll indicated they wi carry the h.ti i, dUr-
cyce 8 mm Move ou-New assortment tropical fishes, on Foster's furnished cottages, one TO GET RID OF THEM Brown, board chairman and case to that tribunal a tg h othe wheel h
ama 3--55 -30 types. Panama: Acuario Tropi- FOR SALE:-Late 1949 Ford, clean mile beyond Santa Clara. private D OF THEM Kathryn McHale board member, etntually to the uprl auomoble h r a parked
brighten your outlook! Whether you col. 11 Via Espaoia, opposite Juan low mileage, leaving country. Must road to beach. (Bring own linens). USE who sat for almost 18 months C rt.. r owve
are building a beautiful new man- Franco Stables. Phone 3-4132, Co- sacrifice Tuesdoy or Wednesday, For information call at Dagmor's hearing the case. Throughout the lengthy hear- bicy le In oi house,
sion or must reconcile yourself to lon. 8066 A, 912 Street, phone $925.00. Duty paid, Ponama 3- No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone M A R FRIN Ings, the attorneysor theoom- anM Ia sidewalk for
a "termite tenement," here's your 1251-B. 4074. Panoma 2-1070. If the other two board mem- munists maintained that the a block itl l a street be-
chance to obtain some choice flo- FOR SALE: 1950 2-door sedonRat & Mouse Killer bers concur as is expected the party broke all ties ith-the f it halted.
ral specimen: 5 ft. gardenia bush- Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- FOR SALE: $ 1950 2-door sedln, PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The p. a.. t .. ..-,t)
es $3 each 20 far $de0 or 50 ceiveds in the office of the En- radio, bed. $1,250.00. Telephone only cotor In Santa Cloto with an (contains WAR-FARIN) Communist Party will be ordered
-bushes for $100. Unusual Hibis- gineering and Construction Direc- n Blbo 3022 after 4 p. 5647- O vew m oil ottoaes Stps t register with the Justice De- :' ..
bushes assortment. 7 ft. African Tu- tr, Panama Canal Company, B- L, boo beach. Rock Gas, refrigerating GEO F. NOVEY, INC. artment But It can appeal toU F NNL
cusp Tree. Other plants. Leaving boo Heights, until 10:00 a. m. FOR SALE:-Ford, 1937, 4-door se- barbecue and shuffle board. Pan. the courts. r
Isthmus. Gong to completely fur- December 9, 1952, and then dan, a bargain at $10r.00. House 31877. Margarita 3-1673. 279,Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140 The ruling wa.a victory forHon *
nished home. Army packers ore opened in public, for furnishing all 103-G, Paraiso. Box No. 435 Balboa. gvern t attorney, who A o
coming shortly to crate what re- plant tools, equipment, material FOR SAE:-195l Pontiac Catalin t o parade of ex-Com- a
mains in our household: 10 pc. eep tionmaterials lisue y Paid. Blue and ivory, WSW, F ENIin tthe withearingdah
walnu finish mahogany dining sute in the specifications to be furnish- Hydromatic, radio, 9,000 miles. "I FU R during the lengthy hearing. to
$300, 5 pc. walnut finish maho- ed free to the contractor). labor Call ra dioo 4211. VISJT oUR sow- boO1 swear that the party w ts sul-
gany bedroom suite. $300; Twin and services and for performing Call Baboa42. ApOrnit URNWR servient toMoscaw. ommmunist ."
chests of drawers tches both oial work for 'construction in the FCR SALE: 1950 Packard 4 Dr.' Slipcover Party attorneyS .sought to re-.
above suites) $50 each; (Above Canal Zone of: a* automatic, W/W, radio, leather, ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS Reupholtery fgt the.charge.
itebove suiteby Panama's finest mo- ITEM A-Construction of Twen- $1.650.00. 571 I-B, Dioblo Hgts. Two and five room furnished and "'HERES" The law. or So-ealled McCar- OCTOBER 28t
nftects mrerde 3 Phinam s lippine Rattan ty-one (21) Quarters Buildiegs 2-2675. unfurnished oportmrents; private en-" rant Act, r. tr s that any I
nuaturer). 3Plpn n dAptn es Bbclosed gardens. 8061. 10th Street. 77 Auto ew grop opnd by the board to C
strand chors0 eacottoman and Appurtenances ut Balbo FOR SALE: 1948 F9rd 1-2 ton New Cristobal. Telephone Colon Tel. 3428 bes ua o unista etiono a. F C.
(withoTt covers $100 each; Rat- ITEM B-PConstruction of One (1) PACPIanel truck for highest acceptable PAS. i it must lit its oIIDee ACT IN G A t& A
$80,' Rattan and mahogany coffee Type 43 Quarters Euilding and bid. May be seen at Marine Corps "-. n ACCEPmINO PAEAA CARO
table and nest of iobles, $100; 2 Appurtenances at Balboa. Exchange, Rodman, between 8:00 and members with the Justiee. Fare... $1 20 '
Guatemalan 4 pc. livngroom sets. ITEM C-Corozal Townsite Con- a. m. 5:00. 22 and 23 Oct. 1952. A lnic Socety. .. r pot a S. A. Department and file annual .
550 each; Baby Grand Piano, (Fin- struction. Atlantic. Society.. .81 financial 'reports, identify all APPLY:
est M cke) $600.' 60 cycle washing ITEM D -- All work included in FOR SALE: Willys Sedan 1940. (Continued from Page THREE) Shipping, moving. storage. material sent through the mall
,hic, $40. Also complete Cal- ITEMS A, B, and C, obove. Good condition, $150.00. Balboa, planned to start at 9:00 a.m. wg tor h a special label and simi- C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc. ,B. PUtOn: Co., c.
ins "Ham" Station. large girl's Bid schedules, forms of proposals, 2-3406. Williamson Place 0772- and will last until 11:30 a.m. to We pack and crate or move larly identify radio and televi- Fenton Building, Paclfie Tal !dl.
bicycle, small child's tricycle nurse- specifications, and full particulars F. be followed by luncheon at the anything. 'Phone 2-2451, sleu brloUldcst whleh the or- CristobaL Balbo
ry furniture, lamps, appliances. may be obtained from the office F church. anlation bp rs. Tel. Crs 173 Te.L "a_ I .
lawn furniture, etc. If you are able of the Contract ond Inspection FOR RENT The- speaker will be Reverend 2-2562, PanamL. The act also bars members of
to take advantage of these cash Division,' 'Room 336, Administro- William H. Armstrong of the .
bargains, call Allen 273-5261 or tion Building, Balboa Heights, Miscellaneous Wesleyan Methodist Circuit.
come to (white concrete). Quor- (Telephones 2-3739 or 2-2698). .. .
ters 553-B, Curundu Heights (hill- Specifications and drawings will be FOR RENT:-Aportment or vaco- Covered Dish Luncheon pCP0
tool. Flease don't ask for further issued on a deposit of $40.00 for ftion quarters. Must be near Canal Wednesday
lecuciions. a combined set covering all Zone. Soldier and wife. Phone 8- Members of the Joy Qroup of
ITEMS. Deposit will be forfeited 7274, after 5 p. m. Gatun Union Church Auxiliary Dirs. A. and" ORILLAC
F(11 SALE-BED, BUREAU, COUCH, if specifications and drawings aie will meet for a covered dish o(PnsI ca ausa)
SCHAIRS, LAMPS, DINETTE SET, not returned within 40 days after F R RENT luncheon at the home of Mrs. s 12 ahd 2 8 pan.
.' HALLICRAFTER RADIO, PHO- opening of bids. R. B. Ward, tomorrow, with Mrs. Saturday: I 12 noot.
TOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT, KITCIH- ... w b a a O oom@ Norman M"Laren a eo-ho(1 S5 pb Aveon L Td. -31et 1.n .
EN UTENSILS. PHONE CURUN- Sealed bidr will be accepted at the Roo Norman Mcaren co-hostedss t C ii leue Th tre) -
I CI U H3E'8 e2 l v2, PW pos h om u FO R R E N T :- N ice ly fu rnishe d cool b n 0o ld n y lo n sto ck in gs o r I o 0s l u m sW
rd822, tVFW pst, home, Curundub room in best residential section for kidney beans, needles and b, Pa I
FOR SALE od. they are p blic. opn- one or two persons, meals ava- scissors to help make pin cush- LOf er L d.
the s 0ole of t .he following, as a able Phone 2-1693, office hours, ions and bean bags for the b-
the sale of the following, as is and or 3-1789. zxar. 46 C e w s M : ;
l. eeiGD .ti where is, located at the post home; or 3-1789. zaar.(Conti fr P e 1
.FCR SALE: Purebred Dalmata cooling and dispensing unit, 10 BB Answer to Pre PuzZle (mplCgnined Wre notified of-
iCOACH DOG) puppies. Ordinary 17' 8" long, 42" wide and 38" r tloof ht after thyp
balck & white or rare liver & high, center, twin dispensing unit l Cl eWere -uinto e&- i~ t poelrt. e
white. 365-A New Cristobal, of stainless steel, and storage of out th a- five-prcent. retlue-
phone 3-1786. heavy gauge galvanized metal; HORIZONTAL 53 Equal w tion pri6riously applIcable to e-
-- ........complete with 1 1-2 HP compres- E lectrie ti es was elMInt-d.N-
C SALE:-120 Bass Accrdion. I sor, 1 1-2 electric motor, 110-220 1- York has54By O A tces were received by employee
r old. Ice box 60 lb cop, $10.- Volt, 60 cycle; Equalizer tank 47 electoral 55 Cooking a 1 1 on )ct. 20 that the change was
7-0. 1581-A. Gavilon Area, Balboa, Peerless condensing coil, and motor votes vessels AN M I SMU 0' N effective Oct. 15. c
1Tel. 2-4249. fee cooling compartment, with 1 -4 4- has 4 56 Vipers N i ec t 1 i
FC SALE Comfortable leather up- HP compressor tank and 1-4 elec- electoral votes57 Streets (ab.) th declared today that
holstery, livingroom set, suitable tric motor for dispensing unit, 8 Rhode Island VERTICAL L ne nted States federal ovhe
for office or barber shop. All for imitation marble top, all controls has 4 1 Cape I eminent agenCie have aIke e-
$250.00. House 2172, Curundu. and equipment injone unit; one votes 2 Pen name of p o of their empire b r de
FCR SALE:-Two used 35M installation needed for complete 12 High priest Charles Lamb A w changes were contemplated
S E-- o e unit right is reserved to reject any (Bib.) 3 has 12 23 Climbing 40 Inclines which- affected their welfare.
with sound 25 cyclp. Cristobal or all bids. 13 City in what electoral votes plants 41 Horned The president of CLU-MCT be-
*mwed Services YMCA 3-2164. AQUARIUM FRIENDS:-Eby Angel may be 49th 4 Beneath 24 Yielding ruminants lived the group can 4fluence
efish, 6 weeks old, 20 Cis. each. state 5 Blow a horn 25 Emanation 42 Upon Gillette to help revis te U. 8,
Call Panama 2-1268. 14 Prod 6 Entertainer 26 Enthusiasm 43Roman code where it is applicable to
ralel P ma 2 15 Female 7 Garment. edge27 Oils from emperor rents.
S' Travel via "AREA," "the Route of relative (coll.) 8 Consent whale blubbei44 Insect
the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE 16 French 9 Theater box 28 Corded fabrics 46 Cry Meanwhile Mrs. Ma g a ret
IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND statesman 10 First king of 29 War god of 47 Ditch around Rennie re .rted today; that the
INSI BACK, COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI. 18 Perfumed Israel Gre a astle drive 6r unds to figt the rent
$67.00...NEW YORK, $111.00 pads 11 Poenims 31Whole 48Finishes increases was progress "bet-
IN G&iAYAQUIL, $75.00.. ..QUITO 20News 17Eats away 33 Hurts 50Watering ter. than was expected." th ...
N L K V .$86.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120. show election 19 Speed 38 Torments plae wer t up at e Adninistra-
0 60...NEW YORK $208.60 .... activities -o B yesterday and all
GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI- 21-Rowing tool Z 3 d t"day receive employes S "
f u TO, $154.80. BOEING 4-engine 22 Cry of 1Aiit"vb 5t i aA simila ..yr gem"
R H U A TI AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo- 24Without C Cuh se (AHt 1r he"8tr
Wrong foods Ai drinks y. o site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2-26Dry 16 house solicitation in Ancon, a-
Work and frequent coi. oft n 26 655 will be resumed He YO r"
-idty troub. le dy U. e i Sealed bids in duplicate will be re- syllable'
Up Nit., Brnin aage, L ceived in the office of the Restau- 30EjectionI s i ,'
Pain Nervones, Dues, Swoe rant Officer until 1:30 p.m. on Closer .AgT'e-"t t
feno beo o Un.. elpy November 20th, 1952, and then 34 Well-wisher a NOTAI CE eIDAU'tr Bes.tno
kidneys p'rifr your blood with Cyste. opened, for the operation of the 35 Get free .aggtre*a1
ex s:r1. la ohtlpo Curundu Restaurant Dining Room 3Brown ,ONUNITED STETES OF A IC ""'
eds & Combats germs in the urinary and Soda Fountain, on a conces- 37 Small cANAL zoff N-, Ese.i."
myitem. 5. Soothe. and calms irritated sion basis. Bid forms and details children j r, -z *e Ieo1t e
m your druggiet todig. ager, Curundu Post Restaurant disapproval "' IANAL ZNEU "ver .
Curundu, C. Z. T Dw ,r i0- -W ear'yA. DhU. db -Is" e1"
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Consist Of Twelve Fights

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The Cnijtobal Gun Club and
the As of the argarita league
rolled a split match last Thurs,
fay niht and in doing$ o posted
the thus .far season team high
series, with the Gunners hitting
a 267 scratch while the Aces
posted a for the second high
to date.
Dave Good and Doc Anderson
led tbhe way for the Aces both
hitting a solId .87. Roy Sahier
kept the Gun Club in the ruh-
ning ett tng 583 fer- his series
and setting a new mark In high
singlestot the.lague with 229.
Good'284 t ond betg so far.
Team -. o Won Lost
Aces 16 8
Lucky trike .14V 9%
Cristobal. Gun Club 14 10
Elks 13 11
Ordnance l10Va 13%
Navy 11 13
Post Office 10 14
Qatun Electric 7 17
The Top Ten
Name Team HG Aver.
H, Colbert_ (GC) 314 181
E. Bensen (LS) 214 180
Stewar (Elks) 206 173
Anderson (Aces) 213 173
Louis (Elks) 211 172
Moore (OC) 213 171
Sanker- (OC) 220 171
Blair WIvy) 210. 171
Robinson (Aces) 211 170
D. Good (Aces) 224 170
Crietobal Gun Club
'Colbert 188 165 177 530
Wikingstad 183 167 166 516
Moore 195 163 183 541
Sanker 196 2-9 158 583
Bartmz 2. 48600 01 9 527
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SALEM, New Hampshire-
Jockey Tony Despirit is taking
bli strides toward the2 honor of
being the year's winngest rid-
er. Despirito booted hiome triple
for the second. day -In a ro~r at
Rockingham Park S' turday to
boost his 1952 totW to 288 win-
ners. In the featured Monoe
Memorial Handicap, Despitito
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track record of one-42-and t"o-
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Twg Of Smaller Schools

IHaent Been Scored On

NEW YORK, Oct. i , The select list of unbeltan and Virginia and Southern Cal meets
untied teams numbers 57 at the Callforhia.
half-way mark in the college Two of the smaller schools not
football season, only are unbeaten and untied,
but haven't been scored upon.
Of the perfect record teams, They are the Montclair, New
10 are in the so-called "major" Jersey, Teachers and Maryland
category-Duke,. V rgnia, Call- State. Both have won three
fornia, Southern CAlifornia, M- games.
c.hlgan State, Maryland Georgia
Tech, tTCLA, Holy Cross and VI- Four of the "Little Giants"
lanova. At least two of those have the distinction of carrying
perfect marks will be erased af- their unbeaten record through

A tentative card of twelve
bouts has been arranged for the
Fort Clayton MOMent Boxing
Smoker to be held at the aort
Clayton Gymnasium on the
evening of Oct. 81. The card is
scheduled to open at 1:30 o'elok
with air proceeds from .timim
sales to/be turned over to te
Childrens' ecreatlen and
Unristmas fund.
Reserved seats are selling ra-
plcly aad persons aering to sit
at ringside are requested to con-
tact W Fort Usayton special
,. .,AV uviCSee or, 1 ineir unit
has men scheduled to fight, tneur
WAM& ofiee.
ran (anal employes and citi-
sens of the Keputie of ranama
who wish to atssend can secure
tsneir tcoeta at the Clayton htpe-
caei bervioe Utfice.
beveras new laces will be seen
in the ring, bus plenty of tue
savorates os past sasoes are al-
so ooeaed to appear. Une of tne
top bouns in crowd interest
[aould be tne return engage-
ment of &obes Waimtt of tne auth
utsaaauon ana VieC qumi of Al-
brook. These two fessnerweignis
pus on one ot sHe nest lights ot
tue evening at tne tinst ,eayton
smoker as wnits gained a close,
out unanimous,, aecmson wasen
arew Vaenty oi boos from the
crowd Walea nah rated the two
battles even.
,Aotner aight which is bound
to be looked to with interest is
the scheduled meeting between
kaul B~3ith of Albrook and
Charles Joyner of the 33d Intan-
try, smith has scored two TKOs
this eason, both in bouts which
kept the crowd on the edge of
their seats throughout, and Joy-
,aM has the shaorest bout- of the
season to his credit as he scored
&a KO over Jack Bonndefield in
56 seeands of the first round.
Bob Mohon of Signal and Jack
Warren of Albrook have been
booked i the light heavyweight
vision In what should be an-
other top bout. Both of these
lads have gained two victories to
date C*is season and both have
do# It by a TKO and a split de-
Other bouts whih have beeh
tentatively set up to provided a
maximum of actkp' for the fans
: F ;web: bdolph Huerta,
1,. 0l a Torres, 504th;
akntawht, Harold Capeotra
ny, 5Mth, vs Luis Gonzalez, 65th;
Featherweight, Robert HBaley,
Corozal vs Mendez Hermtic,
oUl usghtwelg, Gerardo Cle-
Afts IllardJ, Sign-
al, 65th, vs Co
lt Guuanaud; Jame Wallace,
Coeo Slo, vk Ricardo M era,
Ot, Bill Iur-
Davtd Coe, th;
d, vs Lu.Pertt,
*afS l ai.- Albrook, v
Lrd, 334; Middle-
Chesek, Coco So-
lo, usee Martines, $4d;
Lgh wvight, Leo Johnon,
slo,,.'n Ernest Muady,
45 Jm Choike, tCoroal, v
John Morw sOe, 45tb;Hesvy-
weight; HIal Marlano, 4nth, vs
James McAlhdr, 65th. Bill Aoes-
to, 504th, vs Davd Bason, Coc

six games. They are Peru State
of Nebraska, William Jewell of
-Missouri, Northeast Oklahoma
State and Stevens Point, Wis-
One of the- unbeaten teams is
Susquehanna, coached by 90-
year-old Amos Alonzo Stagg and
his son.'

Michigan State

Stilt Tops U.P.

Football Poll

NEW YORK, Oct. 21 (UP) -
Unbeaten MichAgan State is con-
vincing mole and more members
of the United Press board of
coaches it is the best team in the
The latest voting by the 35-
man board puts the Spartans
well on top of the list with 19
first place votes and a total
point score of 326. That's only 24
points short of the best possible
score under the rating system.
Last week the Spartans polled
14 first plaCe.,votes.
Maryland whose unbeaten
string of 17. is just two short of
Michigan Bate's has moved
Into second place with five first
place votes and 272 points. Calif-
ornia dropped from second to
third place In this week's voting
while Okarhoma moved up from
fifth to fourth, lGeorgia Tech
slid down one notch to fifth
place to round out the top five.
Two Pacific Coast Conference
powers rank in the next five.
Southern California is sixth,
Duke seventh, UCLA eighth,
Wisconsin ninth and Ohio State

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Transito Kid Shooting For KQ

Victory Over Wallace Sunday


A four-round feature attrac-
tion between unbeaten Chiriqui
amateur boxer Toto Ibarra and
former amateur F ly w e I g h t
Champ Dillinger Dias will round
out the card.
General admission price will be
$1 (one dollar). Ringside will cost
$2 (two dollars) and $1.50 (a dol-

Transit Kid, a Panama City
lad who made his mark In boxing
by fighting broad for the last Athletic
four years, will make his return
effort before the hometown fans
Sunday night against Sylvester 6 0 T
Wallace at the Panama Gym a Ill 1I
knockout try.
The Kid, who Is noted more for Before a capac
his speed and boxing ability than on the sloppiest
punching power, is In excellent young season, tht
shape and in his daily tuneups overpowered Cri
has been staggering his sparring School, but were a
partners. He seems to hit hard out a close 6 to C
enough to put Wallace away for night at Mt. Hope
the full count if he lands his best Scoring early
punch on a vital spot. quarter of play,
The early betting shows that Boys from the A
the odds favor the 135-pound Kid to widen the gap
by a slight 6-5 margin. The "ex- gain throughout
ports" seem to think if Transito one touchdown c
can keep clear of Wallace's dam- account of an ofl
aging punches in close quarters. and fumbled a
he will be able to eke out a fair- times to keep the
ly easy decision. Ig a close, Be
The betting is close, however, tinrew a long pass,
because Wallace has been show- ceived by Arnold M
Ing steady improvement and de- Tiger four-yard 1
vastating punching power since the last play of th
getting over his shoulder ailment. but in the second
The elongated Wallace once al- cond quarter, H
most had to call an end to his the ball over Crist
ring career because of recurring kle for a six-point
shoulder trouble. by Leon Herring
Since veteran fight trainer warded a second
Cecil McCalla took over the tra point on an o
handling of Wallace, the latter's ty against Cristc
shoulders have been as good as raise the score to
new. He has won his last three In the third the
fights in convincing fashion fullback, a former
two of them by a knockout. School quarterback
In Sylvester's last outing, he carried the ball f(
was unusually sluggish but his yard run into the
punching was an effective as ev- but the touchdo'
er. He raised lumps and cuts all back and instead
over Leonel Peralta's face but the Club was penalize
latter's treat natural strength being off sides.
and ability to "take It" allowed The Blue and
Leonel to weather the storm al- from Cristobal mr
though he was out on his feet
several times during the contest.
With both boys volclur their
intentions to score quick knock-
outs. Sunday night's main bopt
should have the frenzy from the
opening gong.
The semifinal also promises to
be a real thriller. This ten-round
battle between former Bantam-
weight Champion Cesar Leal and
promising Vicente Worrell is a
"must" for the two lads. Both
Leal and Worrell have been on
the losing end their last times
out and are hoping to get back on
the victory train.
Leal and Worrell signed to I
make 126 pounds for their fight. Cupb
A six-round "special" between Tip:-
the veteran Jyron Cumberbatch
and up-and-4eomint Battling Es- h, ,1
cudero at 122 pounds should held oo
to complete t e success of this "1
excellent fight program.


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Night Train To Be
Run Friday Night \
For Football Fans
The Panama Railroad will
run a second section of Train
No. 7 from Colon to Panama
Friday night, October 24 to
accommodate those who attend
the Balboa High School-Cris-
tobal High Sc h o o I football
gmn at the Mount Hope Sta-
The second section will leave
Colon at 19 Friday night for
The regularly scheduled 4:40
p.m. train from Panama will
provide transportation to Cris-
tobal for those attending the

Playground Sports

Balboa Grade School topped
Ancon 1-0 in the final tame of
the Pacific Dodgeball tourna-
ment ft Pedro Miguel Saturday
mibiriing. Fort Kobbe ranked
third, while Pedro Miguel won
the consolation series over Dia-
blo: in94 lse game, with the
look city winning only by illmi-
nating all opponents in loss time
than that required by Diablo.
Outstanding players on the
champion Balboa team were
Warren Marquard and Jimmy
Barnes whose unerring throws
all but clobbered the opposition.
The results:
Ft. Kobbe 2 Diablo 0
Balboa 4 Ped. Mlguel 0
Ancon & Ft. Kobbe 0
(Ancon won on time)
Balboa 1 Ancon 0
Pedro Miguel 0 Diablo 0
(Fed, Miguel won on time) .
Many parents and friends were
on hand and enjoyed the closely
contested games to the limit.

Club Nips Tigers

Mount Hope Thriller
ity crowd and few serious threats of their own
field of the but each was cut short, the first
SAthletic Club by a fumble, the second threat
stobal H i gh ending when the ball game came
able only to eke to a close. I
win Saturday In the late part of the third
e Stadium. stanza of play, Tommy Hughes
in the second threw a long pass which was
the Working pulled out of the air by Bob
.C. threatened Grace on the A. C. five yard line.
p time and a- Cristobal fumbled on the nex$
the game, had play, losing possession. I
called back on Again, with the clock to tl*
f sides penalty A.C. four yard line. One running
few damaging play failed to push across the
scoring down. ball for the score. Before Cris-
arter was near- tobal could take another crack
ernice Herring at knotting the count, the gun
which was re- sounded to mark the end of the
Manning on the game.
ne. This was This marks the second conse-
he first quarter, cutive time that these two grid
play of the se- teams have locked horns in a
erring carried crowd-pleasing thriller. 'In the
obal's left tac- Jamboree, Cristobal and the A.C.
;er. Two efforts played one quarter to a scoreless
Swho was a-tie.
try for the ex-
if-sides penal-
bal, failed to Along The Fairwayi
Athletic Club's Results of the "String" Tour-
Cristobal High nament of last Thursday were:
ack, Manning Helen Miller, net 70.
or a terrific 40- Jerry Hughes and Janelle
Tiger end zone Chartock, net 72.
wn was called This week there will be a "BeSt
d the Athletic Nines" Tournament, three-quar-
d five yards for ter handicap. Any player who
cares to enter for nine holes on-
d Gold Tigers ly may do so, paying an entry
Manufactured a fee of 15 cents.

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Satellite es

GENEVA, Oct. 21 (UP) Slave "Let the people know the truth and the count
labor in Russias Eastern Europ-
ean satellites, introduced origin-
ally for repressive reasons, is in- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA. R. P., TUESDAY, OC'
creasing by leaps and bounds as __
a necessary step to further the
economic plans of the Soviet
Union, according to Boleslaw
Wierzbianski, chairman of the,
international Feration of thEisenhower D enI
Free Journalists of Central and
Eastern Europe.
Wierzbianski told a United Na- 0
tions committee investigating
forced labor yesterday that be-T R I R e I
twren 800,000 and 900,000 people R V II
are employed in Iron Curtain
co' flrfrs outside Russia on forc-
ed r WITH EISENHOWER, Oct. 21 Smith Memorial dinner in New He als
T-zblanski also said that (UP) Dwight D. Eisenhower York last week. embraci
40 of the production in steel, said today his prominent Jewish Meanwhile Senator Wa y n e that lde
r-cr. coa landI manufactured and Catholic friends have prov- Morse leaped into the controver- 'master
S"o en. .inuthe ed that President Truman fal- sy growing out of he charge that Repub
r senvisred in the eco- sified when he charged Eisen- Eisenhower Is backed by "anti- Mr. Tru
re" ulans of Rus.ia wereto hower "has had an attack of semitic forces." into the
cone from its satellite coun- moral blindness" on racial and Morse, the Oregon Republican Sen. Ric
tries, religious intolerance, who has announced he will vote president
"U"' il 1949," Wierzbianski con- In his first comment on the for Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson, Presider
tinued "forced labor in our President's charge, the Repu- made the charge in a telegram lowest 1
countries was primarily of a re- blican presidential nominee told to elder Statesman Bernard M. and call
pressive character. Today, while a cheering crowd at Providence, Baruch, who had praised Eisen- pudiate
repressive, these countries are R. I., the Democrats have thrown hower's "abhorrence of intole-
using forced labor primarily to a lot of lies at him but that they rance." Morse said he was Some
further the economic plans of had "overstepped" themselves "keenly disappointed" in Baruch. faith,
the Soviet bloc." on the racial and religious ques- The squabble was touched off H. Lehi
Wierzblanski, who said his or- tion. last week when Mr. Truman as- to the I
ganiization is made up of 1,200 serted in a message to the Na- White I
jotrn lists from Central and "Ladies and gentlemen, I leave tional Jewish Welfare Board may or
Eastern Europe and the Baltic the answers to those two to may that Eisenhower was the "cap- commei
countries, told a press conference good friends, Cardinal Spellman, tive" of anti-Semitic, anti-Ca- swing.
after a closed session with the Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver and tholic and anti-foreign" forces Baruc]
Committee yesterday that the Bernard Baruch," he said. "Al- in the Republican party, not agre
number of slave labor camps in ready they have established
Czechoslovakia has increased those stories for the falsehoods
chsloka hathat they are." 4k
from 87 in Aug. 1951 to 247 in that ey are
March, 1952 and that today His remarks were part of a.'
there are 371 such camps, general denunciation of De-
Arcording to Wierzhianski. a mocratic "lies" he made on a ..
total of 180,000 persons are em- whistle-stop tour of New En-
pa!,o- a.o forced laborers in Po- gland.
l "-'. where the number of Baruch said Sunday he does
eP ns rose from two in 1948 to not agree with Mr. Truman's .-
3f last October and to 175 at charges and released a letter he
the present time. had written to Eisenhower tel- ,
Fome 300 former Greek parti- ling how much he admired the
sans are employed on forced la- retired general's "abhorrence of
bor at a camp in Poland "either Intolerance in all fields."
because they were too left or not Silver, a prominent Cleveland |
left enough," said Wierzbianski. Zionist, previously had said he r .
He oaid that former members of was shocked bythe President's I
th R-ssian occupation army in "irresponsible statements." % '
E.Rt Germany are among the Spellman has made no public p ~
slale laborers at another Polish comment on the charge, but did
lae laborers at another Pol invite Eisenhower to lunch with
erhn at Legnica. him and to speak at the Al TWO-PARTY SYSTEM-California's Goi
The U. Forced Labor Com- ..U&. ..

m. ee will draw up a report to
atrent body the United Na- Life Sentence For
ti s Economic and Social Coun- enence For
eil when it concludes hearing 'Merc Killer'
a series of witnesses here later rcy
thiweelk.__ Who Pleaded Guilty

-A Belfast chicken farmer,
-DETROIT (UP)- Water re- Charles M. Collins, 67, was sen-
arvirs with tennis cou r t S tenced to a life term in state
*ove them have been approved prison today after pleading
by the City Council. Acting on guilty to murder In what au-
a recommendation by the Board thorities called a mercy killing.
of Water Commissioners, the Collins killed his wife with a
Council approved the novel idea shotgun blast May 4.
for two new one-acre storage The judge passed the man-
areas. datorv life sentence.
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CASA FASTLICH-Exclusive representative in PanamA.

and hi s augnter Virginia in Minneal
stumping tour for the Republican ticke
Vice-President Alben Barkley (right)
stumping for the Demo

Veep Warns Voters

Eisenhower Detours
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 21 financial
(UP) Vice President Alben 'checkers.
Baskley urged voters today not "That
to take a "detour" with Dwight sive dog
Eisenhower whom he accused of said.
"u n c o n d i tional surrender" to At Hem
Sen. Robert A. Taft. he would
Barkley said Eisenhower, "our hypocrite
good general, took off his uni- crats the
form and put on a great crusade, they w o

try is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TOBER 21, 1952. VVE CENTS8

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By "N mSp ce. ;Toys, H
NEW YOR. Ot (Ui- "an increased Variety of pace snm
Evean S a "n'ta.1'tle t ndJuvenel intere-at won
flcedr thet. oto b s9m ls will a fnsl actvltles taki
be gettlngthis ChrI la evidt h atvty unl-mla

Ard for pareep Ints. The awa given .told aM iiatured ofrete mhec
today at the annual preview of iat. tfllIary equipment" dsl
rie el willan be acurelittle be- the As a l. Ol Buty wlqf be dis
U&A- omles mi*e eompUAMd. s be- at a

dicted that some *0.UU t, t$a0 90. -,. oard t

worth fre toyswill be thse i, -e roButn bZRi

low" that of last year. he said. -lf
go. explained that a "bump-
er rp" of children eIsd UnderArind
rea more toy wil b sold in
this erthatiever.beforse.. |A.. A m4&A.

so accused Eisenhower of, recent statement. The Jewish Despise te tmee l strie, wnic
ng "the very practices financier gave Eisenhower's has cut supplies of metal .topy
entifled the so-c a 11e d headquarters permission to make belw lmanufacturers' estimates,
race.' public an Aug. 7 letter praising and other harassment, the toy
blicans promptly accused he retired general industry I keeping u with. de-
man of injecting bigotry Morse's office released the text velopments in other fields, Win-
presidential campaign. of his telegram to Baruch. It termantel esid. .
hard M. Nixon, GOP vice said, in part: For example he said there 18
ntial nominee, said the "I doa not see how you can Ig- "
Lt was engaging in "the nore the fact that antl-Semitlc .
type of gutter politics" forces as well as other Intolerant
led on Stevenson to re- groups who stand for discrimi- W. v
it. nation aalast, minorities are
entrenched in the reactionary
e Democrats of Jewish wing of the Republican party
Including Sen. Herbert and are giving their vigorous l
man of New York, came support to ilsenhower. A
President's defense. The "His compromise with an end-
House said Mr. Truman ersement of some of the most WASINGTON, Oct. 21 (UP)
rmay not have further reactionary ,men in American .--ielit sr an today tro-
nt in his new campaign politics are difficult to reconcile ised he *i11-dohbts bet to b'P
Ssaid he "certainly" didwith your praise of him." ley sue or pIn ed o0iworld
h said he certainly d The Morse telegram did not de at iiis eec-
e with the President's identify the Republican leaders t iof andinat* ,OW
.. to whom he referred. MarshalU l I r- Chaim-
pak, Ill., l tofeAmvet,
sall he h 'g e adto .".
Pvt. Jack HughesTrm ha resnt-
elett sit with eet after
Was Solder Dr ned Miller and several other .Am
vets officials alao uted- the
Of Fishing. Boal f t C 'uts i the
SI Isratlon meicale. Bget. r
Army authorities yesterday d6. said Mr. Tr i that
close that Irivate Jact A. he would au Vete A
Hughes, 21, of the 45th Rebn-. istrator C a y k the
nalssance Battalion, Fort Cfty- next Con sso reor
ton, was the soldier lost over- medical fuhd
board Friday afternoon from an
Army boat which was carrying a Look
group of soldiers on arecreatio L k Magazine .
al fishing trip in Panama Bay, Likes Ike; '
Assigned to Headquarters add
Service Company, the droweW WilI Back HIthn
v. Earl Warren (left) man had served as a personnel --
xolls, Minn., on their clerk. He Was drafted in Februa-
et stop short. Reason: ry 1952 afid arrived in the Canal NEW YTOR, OS. 21 P) -
in Minneapolis, too, Zone in September. Look magazine aMU SneI W y
crats. "Irvlvlng him areAhs ;=to, it ti suppo bt Ul-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huge enhower, M
13127 Arigna Avenue, Los An- candidate. '. .., sn
geles, California, and a sister. was the Jt ttie. since
The accident occur about 3 that the magt backed a
lp.m. when ughes reaching up candidate for the- pvbddp'y
SAgainst o the boat't roof for a pis e of since, the year.. t advocated the
.U* W coraP he had purchased at Ta, election of Wende ll wfike.
boga Island, lost his hold and The announcement, *Wa eon-
Toverboard. The boat .wa Im- tained Inan editorlaTmiitf9d_,
Wmeditely turned around and "How do we stay outfof w-
W ith af three of 'MHughes' copanions with honor?"
situation and exploit him Before they could reach "The had vast iTlq
sit I n him,howe tr, Hughes sank from "ha had vast oxpil id flhs
was the most'expen- slgh world affairs during Ofb
r race in history," he An lntenslve search and rescue both hot and cold 'i.' Sald
action Was. instituted at once Look believed hoe is ",-
Lking Park, Barkley said and continued until late Siunday' blv better prepared fWe. i-
liketo ask "Republican No trace of the body had been dency" than his Demo. dp
a" who call the Demo- found by noon today. A ih nted ponent, Gov. Adlil Ste of
war p a r t y whether search action is being continued. Illinois.
uld have gone to war
non ffolrim A a fl War- _______M___mim -

But that crusade is on a lung de- when Japan attached real Har-
tour,' and I don't think it is go- bor.
ing to get back on track." He said both parties originally
The vice president said the approved President Truman's ac-
voter intending to take that "de- tion in Korea and that the U.S.
tour" should "count his many is fighting in the Far East "be-
blessings and let his conscience cause we are keeping our word
be his guide." with mankind."
Barkley m ad e two speeches
here, to more than 300 paid
guests at a $2-a-plate luncheon Red Police Chief,
and later at Hemming Park. To-
ni ght he was to speak in Orlando. W D g Fl
An estimated 300 persons wel- i o fl
comed him at the Jacksonville r ,ura
airport and escorted him down- ro Iro Urtain
town where he held a press con-
ference before the luncheon. Fif- BERLIN, Oct. 21 (UP)-HeinI
ty thousand school children were Tacke, chief of East Berlin Cri-
dismissed to see the vice presi- minal Police Force, who Jump-
dent. ed the Iron Curtain with his
wife and dog. has asked West
"Never in the history of the Berlin authorities for asylum, a;-
United States, fro m George cording to. police headquarters
Washington to Harry S. Tru- here today.
man, has any party done more On being questioned on / the
to fortify the country than the cause of his flight, Taeke ex-
Democratic Party," he told the plained "my conscience could
luncheon gathering at Jack- not stand the assignments I was
sonville. supposed to handle."
Citing his p a r t y's need for Tacke said he was scheduled
campaign finances. Barkley re- to be placed in charge over all
ferred to the cost of Sen. Rich- Soviet Sector Criminal Police
ard Nixon's television and radio o nNov. 1. He Immediately went
broadcast defending the GOP into hiding in West Berlin and
vice presidential nominee's ex- police refused to give afy fur-
pense fund. their information for tr of
He said the GOP spent $80,000 putting Communist agents on
for Nixon "to explain, partly, his his trail.


GoU iA, I

altt S
w -e

D-Gen. Dwight D. mlsenhoi
platform at Green Bay, W.W.
(right) spoke alone from t" a
told the audience: "There i
which I hope to achieve o'd
Pe is a difference o ir
Mww r, I -T. 1

In Aeixondria
c e. (-a
men, aid tbe lead w.of a
Communist undergrounted .
ment Jbere, werear d n lAI

Alxandr toao.y.
Police said the suspects con-
stituted the membership of one
cell which Is the eester of the
Red underground movement.
Red leaflets and a map of
southern Rusia Was selMd in-
the-desk of one of the arrested
Pteiner Gen. Mohammed Na-
gl In a milit decree today
empowered Hu sjieg Raafat, Ut -
dtr-Secretary of tahe ier
and cnsor Genera1, to im j
eMkilp on local newapapers
& cthe Interesta of Dublic ae-
Newapaper cenaorahlip.n Alex-
andiS ha d been lifted after the
ouotg of tng FaroJk M July


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drAftitngt 6a1d-an-Bleetro-

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York's firemena, t olat a
alarm blame and bolted to
ruins today s ational

e firs started J* paPer-
n liachne t sit-
plnt. The machine opera-
threow a buLet oCf water on
he water ot burning
,How emplo. ruied- to
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